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Tuesday Update Death & Vanilla, Mac De Marco, Holly Herndon, Mahatma X

Plus Oliver Cherer, Peggy Gou, Sleaford Mods, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Maps, and lots more...

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Another one of those four day weeks we’re getting a lot of around here so we are mad busy trying to squeeze five days into four. Plenty of boxes have just arrived which we are presuming contain the records outlined below.  

New music

  • That Puce Mary LP is down again on the list to be out this week but seeing as though we’ve been waiting for it since the beginning of time itself I wouldn’t get too excited.
  • Steam voiced long term electronic pop songwriter Maps is back.
  • Super Swedes Death & Vanilla peddle more of their Norman Records customer friendly blend of psych and electronica.  
  • 104 year old reggae mainstay Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry ...or Scratch Lee Perry as Damon Albarn once called him.  
  • Mac De Marco releases a few things he cobbled together in January.  
  • Pop boffin Holly Herndon. All pre-orders will go into a hat to win a test pressing, or two tickets to see her live at the Barbican.
  • Future legendary hip-hop trio Mahatma X give us more Mobtown Suite.
  • Clinic issue their Bernard Manning inspired Wheeltappers and Shunters.  
  • Greys still make racket but like everybody else they are growing old.
  • New single from Sleaford Mods.
  • Crybaby songster (we say that simply because it pisses him off so much) James Blake.
  • Efrim Manuel Menuck & Kevin Doria. Godspeed and Growing chaps hook up.
  • Slimmed down no wave three piece Nots.
  • Craig Leon re-explores both the abstract and the alien.
  • Dollboy’s Oliver Cherer began his latest album in 1984.
  • Nu-house sensation Peggy Gou.

Re-issues

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Featured albums

Joy Division
Thomas Newman
The Wedding Present
The Servants
The Wake
Oliver Cherer
Efrim Manuel Menuck & Kevin Doria
Nots
Mahatma X
Sleaford Mods
Peggy Gou
Craig Leon
Clinic
Greys
Holly Herndon
Mac DeMarco
Lee "Scratch" Perry
Death and Vanilla
Maps
James Blake
Puce Mary
The Brian Jonestown Massacre