Tuesday Update Angel Olsen, DIIV, 10% Off Reductions, Penguin Cafe, Portico Quartet.

JOHN, Wilco, Blood Orange, Boris, Vic Mars, Beastie Boys, Minor Pieces, WIVES, OMD, Dome.


  • Angel Olsen’s highly anticipated fourth album has landed on limited crystal clear vinyl.
  • 10% Off Promo. If you fancy bagging a bargain then look no further than our latest reductions promo!
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Featuring Chapterhouse, The Twilight Sad, Jonny Greenwood and more...

New music

  • DIIV. The breezy Brooklyn shoegazers return with their THIIRD album.
  • Penguin Cafe. A coffee shop full of flightless birds seems more exciting than all these cat cafes…
  • Vic Mars blends lush folk with peaceful electronics for this record on Clay Pipe Music.
  • Boris. Fresh album complete with a beautiful sleeve from the psych-metal overlords. 
  • JOHN. They’ve supported Idles and sound a bit like ‘em too. On limited-edition grey vinyl.
  • Minor Pieces. Ian William Craig’s fresh project blends his ambient work with crystalline art pop.
  • Wilco. Jeff Tweedy reckons the world ain’t all that bad now.
  • Blood Orange releases a mixtape just as good as his studio ventures. 
  • Amy Studt. Buy a signed deluxe copy to make Amy the happiest girl in the world.
  • und_ne. A gorgeous album of haunting piano tracks in bespoke packaging courtesy of Fluid Audio.
  • FEET. Coventry’s self-proclaimed “wrong’uns” unleash their debut sporting a very British looking cover.
  • Portico Quartet are back! Great news if you love hang drums and electronic/classical tinged jazz.
  • VR Sex. The fella from Drab Majesty creates a right old gothic post-punk racket.
  • Kacy & Clayton. A duo featuring two cousins shape some varied folk and country rock.
  • WIVES. Debut album from the New York post-punks influenced by Pixies, The Fall, Sonic Youth et al.
  • SQÜRL. Jim Jarmusch scores his own zombie horror flick, just in time for Halloween.
  • Lightning Dust. Black Mountain members enlist Stephen Malkmus and Dan Bejar for more ghostly folk.
  • Franz Kirmann. Very limited-edition tape release from the electronic musician.
  • Clairo. The much-hyped poppy indie songwriter finally releases her second album on wax.
  • I’ve got a Julie’s Haircut in my mind. Psych, space and krautrock from Italy.
  • Elvis Depressedly. The lo-fi indie songwriter pens his most expansive record to date.
  • Electro Acholi Kaboom From Northern Uganda. Another great release on the African label.
  • Tomaga & Pierre Bastien. Fresh from supporting Stereolab, Tomaga unite with Pierre Bastin.
  • Afriqua. The ever-reliable dance label R&S unleash Afriqua’s debut.
  • H.Takahashi mimics plant growth in musical form. Someone’s been liking those Mort Garson reissues…
  • Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell. Wasn’t he a character in Toast of London?


  • Beastie Boys. Highly inventive classic featuring a deluge of brilliantly selected samples. Essential!
  • The Raincoats. Two reissues of classic art punk from the influential group.
  • Richard Hawley. ‘Truelove’s Gutter’ and ‘Lady’s Bridge’ get the reissue treatment.
  • Mammane Sani et Son Orgue. Seminal synth/organ release from Niger.
  • Loidis (Huerco S.). A minimal house classic single gets a repress.
  • Boris. Absolutely essential for fans of drone, left-field metal and bone-shattering psychedelia.
  • Kath Bloom & Loren Connors. Both Bill Callahan and Mark Kozelek were influenced by these folkies.
  • OMD. You’ve got a 5CD/2DVD collection or a 3LP set to choose from the huge synth pop act.
  • Dome. Members of Wire get even weirder. 
  • Gorillaz reissue two albums on picture disc. Where’s North from ‘ere?

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Featured albums

Blood Orange
Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell
Vic Mars
VR Sex
Tomaga & Pierre Bastien
Franz Kirmann
Julie's Haircut
The Raincoats
Kath Bloom & Loren Connors
Lightning Dust
Kath Bloom & Loren Connors
Amy Studt
OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark)
Minor Pieces
Elvis Depressedly
Angel Olsen
Penguin Cafe
Portico Quartet
Kacy & Clayton
Pharoah Sanders & Idris Muhammad
Loidis (Huerco S.)
Hiroshi Yoshimura
Built To Spill
Mammane Sani et Son Orgue
The Raincoats
Beastie Boys