Tuesday Update Thom Yorke, Prince, Brian Eno, Dope.

Crass, The Flaming Lips, Craven Faults, Trash Kit, Ludovico Einaudi.


  • Thom Yorke’s brilliant new electronic tinged album ‘ANIMA’ has hit our shelves.
  • We’ve hand-picked the best of the latest records available to pre-order.
  • Kaiser Chiefs. Limited ‘Leeds Edition’ tricolour variant exclusive to Leeds’ shops like our good-selves. 

New music

  • JK Flesh teams up with Orphx for an outing of bone-crushing techno.
  • Prince. The Purple One’s ‘Originals’ box sets are looking rather snazzy.
  • The Flaming Lips return with their fifteenth album complete with narration from Mick Jones.
  • Ludovico Einaudi. First in the Italian modern classical composer’s ‘Seven Day Walking’ saga.
  • Dope. Julian Cope’s Dope team up with double bassist Fuck Authority for two psych epics.
  • Ider. A couple of housemates create some banging electropop. 
  • Lingua Ignota creates a hectic fusion of industrial and darkwave.
  • Sunny Side Up. Giles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings look to Australia to source heaps of brilliant jazz, soul and funk.
  • Kool Kieth. New LP from a legend of alternative hip hop.
  • Featuring Nick Bullen, Birmingham punks Rainbow Grave fuse psych with classic crust punk.
  • Frightened Rabbit. A stirring tribute to the late Scott Hutchinson.
  • Betsayda Machado and Parranda El Clavo create some brilliant traditional Venezuelan music.
  • Stonefield. Four Aussie sisters make a psych-rock racket.
  • Mind-shattering electronica from SDEM.
  • Hugely fun punk from Big Stick
  • Grace Lightman. Off-kilter electropop. Remember kids, don’t eat silver...
  • Sounds of Liberation. A lost spiritual jazz classic finally sees the light of day.
  • Breaking Bad. Soundtrack to the brilliant crime drama.
  • Rhye return with a nice little mini album.


  • Celebrate 50 years since the moon landings with Brian Eno.
  • Underrated record from influential psychedelic act Love.
  • Ossie All Stars expand some Gregory Isaacs rhythms, resulting in many tasty dub cuts.
  • Gorillaz fourth LP ‘The Fall’ has arrived.
  • Jangly indie pop from Blueboy.
  • Light In The Attic compile Ennio Morricone’s chiller, loungier, psychier tracks into one set. 
  • First ever pressing of Portland punks The Rats final album.
  • Van Morrison. Van the Man at his poppiest and best.
  • Donovan. Poppy psych folk from the great songwriter.
  • Keith Emerson & Goblin. Prog meets prog on this horror soundtrack.
  • Crass. Second album from the legendary anarcho-punks.
  • Rhythmic and playful post-punk courtesy of Trash Kit
  • A repress of Craven Faults brilliant electronic/krautrock ode to the Yorkshire landscape.

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Featured albums

JK Flesh / Orphx
Betsayda Machado y la Parranda El Clavo
Ennio Morricone
Kool Keith
Van Morrison
Ossie All Stars
Thom Yorke
Frightened Rabbit
The Rats
Rainbow Grave
Dope feat. Fuck Authority
Kaiser Chiefs
Lingua Ignota
Big Stick
Brian Eno with Daniel Lanois and Roger Eno
Grace Lightman
Craven Faults
Sounds Of Liberation
Ludovico Einaudi
The Flaming Lips
Keith Emerson & Goblin
Trash Kit