Tuesday Update Odd Nosdam, Iggy Pop, Echo & The Bunnymen, Stereolab.

Hildur Guðnadóttir (‘Chernobyl’), Steve Lacy, Fad Gadget, Bat For Lashes, Moloko, L'épée.


  • Odd Nosdam. We’ve got a very limited-edition, clear vinyl exclusive on this reissue! It’s an eclectic journey through a dense sampling milieu; perfect for fans of J Dilla, DJ Shadow and Madlib.
  • Stereolab. These Norman Records faves get three classics back on wax; expanded!
  • Speaking of Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier is collaborating with Bernard Grancher…
  • Stoner rockers Crypt Witch have just announced a vinyl release of ‘Bad Trip Exorcism’!
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Featuring The Raincoats, Smog and Slowdive reissues.

New music

  • Echo & The Bunnymen compile all their brilliant Peel sessions. Tunes for days and (crystal) days!
  • Bat for Lashes. Natasha goes all 80s on her latest slice of synth-heavy art pop.
  • Iggy Pop. New record from the sweating lunatic which follows 2016’s acclaimed ‘Post Pop Depression’.
  • Hildur Guðnadóttir. Terrifying and brilliant soundtrack to the TV highlight of 2019.
  • Kindness. Charismatic disco/synthpop and there’s still a few Dinked editions left!
  • Miles Davis’ lost album gets an issue. Would’ve probably been controversial at the time...
  • Music From The Nurse With Wound List. The first part delves into avant-garde French music.
  • Astral TV. New progressive electronic jams on Danish psych label El Paraiso.
  • Conrad Pack. Two techno bangers designed to shake the soundsystem and get you movin’.
  • Francisco Lopez. 8 hours of avant electronic music on one USB!
  • Lower Dens. Fourth album from the dream pop/indie rock act.
  • L'épée. BJM man Anton Newcombe teams up with French psych rockers The Limiñanas.
  • Hugar. Modern classical and post-rock straight outta Iceland.
  • Lana Del Ray. She doesn’t know where Wales is, but this one’s tipped as an AOTY contender.
  • Mzylkypop. Two new hugely eclectic records from former Clock DVA man Mick Somerset Ward.
  • Pet Deaths. Celestial folk from the London duo.
  • The Idealist. Say yes to yes with this record of heavy industrial dubs.
  • Steve Lacy. Great at making super-chill psychedelic soul, not so great at making album art.
  • Bonniesong. Buy this and we’ll send you over a few Small Pond records goodies.
  • Kristian Eidnes Andersen. First issue of this soundtrack for one of Lars Von Trier’s many ‘edgy’ films.
  • Ali Farka Touré. First ever vinyl release for this bluesy Songhai classic from the late musician.
  • Bochum Welt. Futuristic electronica on Hospital Productions.
  • Bananagun. With a name like that, these guys have got to be super fun right?
  • Miss June. DIY indie/garage jams from New Zealand.
  • Afrodeutsche. Stodgy electro which merges German and Detroit sounds.
  • Death Cab For Cutie. You probably knew this already but these indie kids got their name from a Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band lyric.
  • Suzuki Junzo & Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska. Heavyweight psychedelia collaboration.
  • Octo Octa. Super-positive and upbeat breakbeat/rave/house.
  • Royal Trux / Ariel Pink. Mr. Pink remixes some tracks off ‘White Stuff’.
  • Common. The level-headed rapper returns with another dose of charismatic hip hop. 
  • Geoff Barrow, Ben Salisbury & more score the soundtrack to ‘Hanna’.


  • Repulsion. The ground-zero grindcore act reissue a classic, complete with halloween artwork.
  • Kele Goodwin’s 2017 album ‘Moonbug’ gets a reissue.
  • Fad Gadget. Best of compilation from the forward-thinking new wave act.
  • Throbbing Gristle. Two reissues of groundbreaking industrial to haunt your dreams.
  • Nadja. Drone meets shoegaze, ambient and metal, perfect for or fans Jesu or The Angelic Process.
  • Moloko. Apparently the album title was derived from a chat-up line of Roisin Murphy’s.
  • LCD Soundsystem cover Usher’s ‘Yeah’.
  • Ministry. Moby puts a steak on his noggin for the cover of this industrial metal classic...
  • Louis Moholo Octet. Highly sought-after slice of avant-jazz from South Africa.
  • Tokyo Shoegazer. Shoegaze - from Tokyo! Now look at all those beautiful cats!!! Look at ‘em!
  • Earthling Society. Reissue of a UK space rock classic on a snazzy looking vinyl.

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Happy listening, and bye for now. Love from everyone at Norman Records x

Featured albums

Crypt Witch
Bernard Grancher w/ Laetitia Sadier
The Idealist
Francisco Lopez
Conrad Pack
Pet Deaths
Geoff Barrow, Ben Salisbury & Various Artists
Kele Goodwin
Earthling Society
Royal Trux / Ariel Pink
Lower Dens
Lana Del Rey
Tokyo Shoegazer
Suzuki Junzo & Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska
Octo Octa
Death Cab For Cutie
Louis Moholo Octet
Astral TV
Odd Nosdam
Echo & The Bunnymen
Iggy Pop
Miss June
Hildur Guðnadóttir
Ali Farka Touré
Bochum Welt
Kristian Eidnes Andersen
Miles Davis
Bat For Lashes
Steve Lacy
Throbbing Gristle
Throbbing Gristle
LCD Soundsystem
Fad Gadget