Tuesday Update Oh Sees, Thom Yorke, Kevin Richard Martin, Robbie Basho.

Plus Björk, The Tallest Man on Earth, Tunng, Mono, Acid Mothers Temple.


  • Once again we’ve hand-picked the best upcoming releases from our pre-order section. 
  • Thom Yorke’s third solo outing on orange wax, what more could you ask for?
  • Robbie Basho’s classic album ‘Visions of the Country’ is back on vinyl! Crystal clear vinyl no less.
  • STOP THE PRESSES! There's some new (Thee) Oh Sees coming on limited translucent red/orange coloured vinyl if you're quick...

New music

  • Kevin Richard Martin of The Bug fame returns with a new concept album.
  • All of Björk’s albums reissued on cassette. A friend showed me the video for ‘Triumph of a Heart’ the other day and I’m scarred for life...
  • Shoegazers Molly release their debut.
  • The Tallest Man on Earth. More from the singer/songwriter who apparently sounds a bit like Bob Dylan.
  • Rarities collection from folk/pop/psych/electronic genre blenders Tunng.
  • “If Purple Eternal were from New York instead of Leeds, they’d be destined for stardom” - Sounds Magazine, 1998.
  • The Chameleons release a live rendition of ‘Strange Times’.
  • Fresh from supporting Stereolab, experimental rock/psych/kraut/jazz group TOMAGA release ‘Extended Play 1’.
  • The Black Keys want us to ‘rock’.
  • Jamaican club music meets dancehall on the latest inventive release from Equiknoxx.
  • Stoner rockers Elder switch the psych metal for kosmische in their latest EP.
  • Prolific lysergic-fried rockers Acid Mothers Temple grant us some new music.
  • Unreleased trip hop on double-tape from REQ.
  • A celebration of brilliant street artist Keith Haring’s life in the form of this fitting compilation of the New York sounds which inspired him. 
  • Joe Armon-Jones. More from the London jazz scene.
  • Bedroom tapes from Leeds junglist Special Request.
  • Lancastrian kosmische/psychedelia from Three Dimensional Tanx.
  • White label LP for The Rhythm Method


  • MONO bestow us with some orchestra-backed post-rock.
  • A fella who stars in the smash-hit musical Hamilton makes some weird, industrial influenced hip hop as clipping.
  • 80s Iggy Pop, back on vinyl.
  • Repress of Light in the Attic’s excellent Japanese ambient/city pop compilation
  • Julian Cope celebrates 25 years since the release of ‘Autogeddon’.
  • Another reissue from Miles Davis’ incredibly consistent catalogue.
  • Classic hip hop straight outta New York courtesy of Gang Starr.
  • Industrial experiments from Chen Yi
  • Animals As Leaders. OTT prog-metal which sounds a bit like Robert Fripp jamming with Meshuggah...
  • Pailhead. Intriguing supergroup featuring Ian Mackaye and Ministry’s Al Jorgensen get a rare classic reissued.

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Until Thursday, bye for now and happy listening!

Featured albums

Oh Sees
Thom Yorke
Purple Eternal
Iggy Pop
Gang Starr
Animals As Leaders
Joe Armon-Jones
Special Request
The Rhythm Method
The Tallest Man On Earth
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
Kevin Richard Martin
Miles Davis
The Black Keys
Julian Cope
Chen Yi
Three Dimensional Tanx
Robbie Basho