Tuesday Update Kim Gordon, Four Tet, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Tropical F. Storm.

Charles Mingus, Lightning Bolt, Stephen Mallinder, Jay Som, Shannon Lay, Sheer Mag.


  • Sonic Youth founding member Kim Gordon has a fresh solo record coming out! Pre-order your independent stores exclusive white vinyl here.
  • Stephen Mallinder. Former Cabaret Voltaire member Stephen Mallinder is releasing his first solo album in 37 years, and we’ve got an exclusive of the clear blue vinyl variants, hand-signed by the man himself!
  • Hildur Guðnadóttir’s exceptional score to HBO’s highly acclaimed drama ‘Chernobyl’ is coming to wax.
  • Our Hand-Picked Pre-Orders feature is here, compiling the best releases arriving in the near-future.
  • Four Tet has just announced a new limited single! One per customer here, so be quick if you fancy one.

New music

  • Tropical F. Storm. The Drones may have left us but at least we have these all conquering blues punks.
  • Sheer Mag. Fiery politics meets power pop and garage rock on Sheer Mag’s latest.
  • The soundtrack to the brilliantly mind-bending ‘Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas’ finally lands on wax.
  • Alexander Tucker one half of Grumbling Fur unleashes a new solo record.
  • Jay Som. Fresh album from the dream pop star, who produced and recorded everything here.
  • Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch. Soundtrack to the newest Blade Runner on coloured wax, complete with awesome album artwork.
  • Horsebeach. New record from the Manchester indie-psych group, inspired by a recent trip to Japan.
  • The Necks. More avant-jazz from the brilliant Aussie group.
  • Shannon Lay. Eclectic songwriter affair featuring Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin.
  • Redd Kross. Excellent at making poppy garage punk/rock, not so great at spelling...
  • Ceremony. The Cali post-punk’s return with their first album on Relapse.
  • Ann Arbor Blues Festival. America’s first blues fest features countless icons of the genre.
  • Rose Dorn. Melodic indie rock from a trio who were all raised on Elliott Smith.
  • Lunch Lady. Debut album of sun-drenched new wave/post-punk.
  • 8 Bit Radiohead. Exactly what it says on the tin; ‘Kid A’ gets an 8 bit remix.
  • Anthony Reynolds. Lush chamber pop for fans of Richard Hawley and Morrissey.
  • Black Doldrums. The London duo create one hell of a psychedelic racket. 
  • Seratones. Bluesy alt. rock with one hell of a singer.
  • DJ Seinfeld. New EP from the eclectic house DJ.
  • Modern Nature. A concoction of kraut, folk, Canterbury scene and early post-rock.
  • Ghost Funk Orchestra. Third album of cinematic psych/soul.
  • Singapore Sling. New from the fuzz-rockers. That sleeve has got us cowering in our boots…
  • Augustus Pablo meets King Tubby on this lost set of dubs.
  • The Night Café. Liverpudlian indie quartet name their latest after the cities phone area code…
  • HIDE. Industrial meets darkwave and electronica. Hell is definitely here.
  • Hugar. Post-classical, ambient and post-rock meld together on the Icelandic group’s latest.


  • Lightning Bolt reissue their chaotic noise rock masterpiece.
  • The Teardrop Explodes. Two reissues from the Julian Cope fronted scouse post-punks.
  • Joanna Brouk. This ambient beauty finally gets a reissue.
  • Joan As Policewoman. A trio of releases from the songwriter who is by no means a policewoman.
  • Poison Idea. A breakneck hardcore punk classic.
  • Charles Mingus. A couple of must-have masterpieces from the jazz icon.
  • Stabbing Westward. A classic of industrial rock on smoke coloured vinyl.
  • The Frogs. Seminal lo-fi indie record with a comedic bite.
  • Fernando Falcao. Brazilian classical meets jazz and prog.
  • Mack Porter. Lost Ghanian psychedelic classic.
  • Coil. More copies of ‘Swanyard’ are set to land.
  • Lo Kindre. Dubby electronics meet vintage Italian football commentary...
  • Before Coldplay were inescapable, they released an EP on independent label Fierce Panda. 
  • Andrew WK’s ‘I Get Wet’ arrived this week instead of last. All that partying probably delayed it…
  • Whitehouse. Second album from the influential power electronics musician.
  • Barbara Howard wants to know she doesn’t need your love on this cut of rare soul.
  • John Di Stefano. Compilation of the underground electronic musician’s cassette cuts.

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Happy listening you lot, we’ll see you on Thursday afternoon armed with a fresh update x

Featured albums

Kim Gordon
Four Tet
Stephen Mallinder
Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
The Frogs
Alexander Tucker
DJ Seinfeld
Black Doldrums
Joanna Brouk
Andrew WK
Hildur Guðnadóttir
Redd Kross
Barbara Howard
Singapore Sling
Augustus Pablo meets King Tubby
Poison Idea
8 Bit Radiohead
Ghost Funk Orchestra
Anthony Reynolds
The Teardrop Explodes
The Teardrop Explodes
John Di Stefano
Fernando Falcao
Sheer Mag
Tropical Fuck Storm
Lunch Lady
Rose Dorn
Mack Porter
Shannon Lay
Modern Nature
The Night Café
Lo Kindre
Stabbing Westward
Charles Mingus
Charles Mingus
The Necks
Lightning Bolt