- Big Stereolab news! The group are reissuing another three classics - here, here and here - and the clear vinyl variants have just gone on sale. Act quickly to avoid disappointment!
- King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s thrash influenced upcoming album ‘Infest The Rats Nest’ is ready to pre-order.
- We’ve hand-picked the biggest and best records available to pre-order for your good selves.
- Electronic tinged post-punk/industrial from Errant Monks.
- Quirky, dancey post-punk courtesy of Canadian group Pottery.
- RMFTM. Murky psychedelia from Dutch group Radar Men From the Moon.
- Purring electronics meet hauntology soundscapes on Polypores exploration of flora.
- Tycho. Electronica of the chillest order.
- Dean Hurley. The frequent David Lynch collaborator gives us plenty of spooky electronics.
- You’ll have to wait a bit longer for their fourth LP, but luckily METZ have granted us a rarities collection.
- Felicia Atkinson returns with another slice of ambient.
- The Rhythm Method. Very British sounding pop.
- Grungy charismatic rock from Kyle Craft.
- Drab Majesty bestows some darkside synth pop upon us.
- Studio Ghibli fans rejoice, we’ve got a lovely looking box set for you.
- Khruangbin. Exotic psychedelia gets the dub treatment.
- Damon All-Bran’s Africa Express project return with their fifth LP featuring a range of contributions.
- More music from Damon in the form of Gorillaz’ ‘The Fall’.
- Carly Rae Jepsen. Followers of the bizarre poptimist trend take note...
- Floating Points. He’s back, he’s signed to Ninja Tune, and he’s given us a double A-side single.
- Potent goth majesty from Clay Rendering on limited edition purple wax.
- Frightened Rabbit issue a heartwarming tribute to late member Scott Hutchinson.
- David Burman of Silver Jews fame returns as Silver Mountains.
- Punky, jangly indie from Press Club.
- Palace return after a three year wait.
- New Order perform on home soil with a 12-piece synth orchestra.
- Peppy indie pop jams from Bleached.
- Imperial Teen. He might’ve been in funk-metallers Faith No More, but Roddy Bottun knows how to write an indie tune.
- Islandman want you to Rest In Space.
- Suicide’s influential debut is back on red vinyl.
- Huge and expansive live box set from the legendary Velvet Underground.
- Charles Mingus. A couple of stone-cold classics from the fiery tempered double-bass virtuoso.
- Neil Young’s ‘Dead Man’ soundtrack finally arrives.
- Samba meets bossa nova and jazz on this classic from Airto.
- The Roots. Mid-era release from one of hip hop’s first fully-fledged bands.
- Gomez. The Mercury Prize winners second LP celebrates its twentieth.
- We know you all love their debut, so we got some more Modern Lovers in.
- Archie Shepp. Vintage avant-jazz back on wax.
- This week’s great jazz reissues continue with Bobbi Humphrey.
- Captain Beefheart. Love it or hate it, there’s no denying it’s completely off-the-wall.
- P-funk greatness from Parliament.
- Everything New In?
- Even more pre-orders?
- All our (many, many) re-stocks?
- What about our Forever Sale?
Check back in with us this Thursday for our next update.