- Kate Bush re-issue extravaganza!
- Goat person...Goatman in stock now.
Back again, staff dropping like flies, building temperature completely unrepresentative of that of outside, cardboard, concrete and coffee, people falling over things. It’s your Tuesday update. Let’s see what we are getting this week.
- Quite creepy guy John Grant.
- Really creepy guy Connan Mockasin.
- Man from quite creepy collective Goat.
- Slightly creepy longhair Kurt Vile.
- Not all that creepy weep folker Mount Eerie.
- One half slightly creepy duo Tess Parks & Anton Newcome.
- Elvis Costello was a bit creepy back in the day. Not now maybe.
- There were lots of creepy people on Top of the Pops Carlo Del Forna.
Ok I’m really bored of this now...
- Puce Mary. This week maybe?
- Motorik grooves and synth pop from Berlin lot The KVB.
- Relentless rhythms from ace kraut beatmaker Daniel Brandt.
- Post punk Brummies The Nightingales.
- Popular electronics and synth moves from Yves Tumor.
- Haley. The new name for Haley Bonar.
- Mountain Moves.. Warning: they are not lollipops - those are trees.
- Darkwave/electronica from former Piano Magic members, Cedric Pin/Glen Johnson.
- Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement tape gets both expanded and vinylized.
- Factory Floor do A Soundtrack For a Film.
- Primal Scream deem album not good enough to release at the time now good enough.
- The Beta Band and The Beta Bad both re-issued.
- Deluxe box set of David Bowie’s 80s stuff.
- Morphology. Liner notes by Tony Hart.
- Classic 1970s electronic fun from Silicon Teens.
- Early 90s Teenage Fanclub -a-likes Velvet Crush.
- More re-issues from short trousered punk funkers A Certain Ratio.
- Synth experiments from shapeshifter Catherine Christer Hennix.
- Josh T Pearson back when he had the hair/beard thing.
- Depeche Mode heavyweights combine as VCMG
- Nice Cocteau Twins big CD box.
- The Fall’s ‘I Am Kurious Oranj’ gets a vinyl re-press.
- Tim Stebbing was Leeds forgotten synth hero. RIYL Boards of Canada, John Carpenter.
Check out our release schedule timeline where we also miss stuff out off a list.
How to buy music. New this week(ish):
- From Ennio Morricone to John Carpenter: our guide to the Best Soundtrack Composers
- From Fargo to Bob’s Burgers: our guide to the Best TV Soundtracks
- From Doom to Minecraft: our guide to the Best Video Game Soundtracks
- From Coil to Muslimgauze: our guide to the best experimental music
- From Big Black to Radiohead: our guide to the best Indie Rock
- From Orange Juice to Broadcast: our guide to the best Indie Pop
- From Talk Talk to Swans: our guide to the best Post-Rock
- From Can to Hookworms: our guide to the best Psychedelic Rock
- From Black Sabbath to Pig Destroyer: our guide to essential Metal
- From Neil Young to Ryley Walker: our guide to the best singer-songwriters
- From Jaws to Star Wars: Genre-Defining Soundtracks
- From Psycho to Reservoir Dogs: Decade-Defining Soundtracks
- All our recent restocks.
- We're confident we can match almost any vinyl price. Try us.
- Indies-only vinyl. All the stuff only available to nice independent retailers like us.
Join us on Thursday when we say goodbye to the man who brought us Al Stewart, saxophones and early dinners.
Team Norman x
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