- We’ve hand-selected the biggest and best pre-orders for you.
- Hot off the presses! Incoming music from Floating Points.
- Icy post-rock & ambient from The Gentlemen Losers.
- Van Coeur treat us to some moody 90s indebted alt. rock.
- Object Collection. Sci-fi influenced soundscapes from the avant-explorers.
- Brisbane shoegazer Hatchie releases her debut.
- One Thousand Violins. Has nothing to do with Vanessa Carlton...
- Hot Chip bathe in ecstasy.
- Before Stereolab, there was McCarthy.
- Black Pumas give us some funky, soul influenced hip hop.
- Electro goths Drab Majesty return.
- Bad Breeding. Turns out Stevenage is a breeding ground for noisy punk rock.
- Keiji Haino & Charles Hayward. Two experimental giants unite.
- Doug Tuttle. Slightly psychedelic 60s folk pop sounds from Mr. Tuttle.
- Jack White and Brendan Benson return with the first The Raconteurs LP in years.
- Charles Hayward. Second mention here of the This Heat member.
- Blue Orchids. Garage rock racket from The Fall alumni.
- Sprawling modern psych from JuJu which features Goatman (of Goat).
- 9T Antiope & Siavash Amini unite, resulting in four intense compositions.
- Jane Weaver revises her previous work for a gorgeous double LP.
- Cult classic TV show Adventure Time gets a huge box set complete with 200 tunes.
- Lonely folk jams from AA Bondy.
- The soundtrack to the groundbreaking video game Portal is now on vinyl.
- Kevin Richard Martin. The mastermind behind The Bug details the trials and tribulations of fatherhood.
- German experimental legend Michael Rother gets four of his albums back on wax.
- Todmorden post-punks Working Men’s Club get a repress on clear vinyl.
- A couple of reissues from Suicide’s Martin Rev.
- Remastered LP from Anarcho agitators Crass.
- Numero Group dig out some prime yacht rock.
- Music to play to your plants; Mort Garson’s brilliant ‘Mother Earth’s Plantasia’ finally returns.
- John Dwyer indulges us with some psych-folk on this early Thee Oh Sees release.
- Ministry. Breakthrough release from the industrial metal gods.
- 65daysofstatic. Sheffield post-rockers are the perfect fit for sci-fi soundscaping.
- Coil give us a sex-ed lesson. No seriously!
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- Even more pre-orders?
- All our (many, many) re-stocks?
- What about our Forever Sale?
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