- Battles are back with a bang baby! Super fun and fiddly guitar tunes complete with superbly selected guest spots.
- Floating Points. The highly anticipated second album from the electronic whiz has landed!
- Fix Up Look Sharp! Minimal post-punk songstress Carla dal Forno returns with a corker.
- Hand-Picked Pre-Orders featuring Stereolab, Frank Zappa, Arthur Russell, Queens of the Stone Age and more...
- Sufjan Stevens & Timo Andres. Sufjan scores a ballet with Philip Glass collaborator Timo Andres.
- Industrial hip hoppers clipping. take a journey to the deepest and darkest depths of the dirty south.
- It’s all about Eve these days! PJ Harvey scores a West End production.
- Mark Lanegan Band. The ex-Screaming Tree and QotSA part-timer releases his eleventh record.
- Foals. Oxford’s second biggest band return with the second part of that album they released earlier this year.
- Om. The Middle Eastern influenced psychedelic stoners release a BBC live sessions record.
- Abul Mogard scores an experimental film with his signature droning synths and ambient soundscapes.
- Hood. From Paris via Leeds, the post-rock innovators release a very limited live CD.
- Shorelights. Dub techno legend Rod Modell returns with an LP on Astral Industries.
- The Yummy Fur. Glaswegian art rockers and Peel favourites release a career spanning set.
- Foxes in Fiction. The Orchid Tapes head honcho releases his third album of ambient influenced dream pop.
- Garcia Peoples. The deadheads unleash more meaty psych rock.
- Pulselovers create haunting electronica to make you feel as though you’re in a beautiful place out in the country...
- Patrick Watson. First in four years from the Canadian indie songwriter.
- Matana Roberts. Incredible avant-jazz meets powerful spoken word on the fourth ‘Coin Coin’ chapter.
- Jacques Greene pairs house/garage with hazy ambience on his guest-studded latest.
- Nils Frahm. All three releases from his ‘Encores’ series, collected.
- Get yer swim gear out and get ready for the beach! Hazy hip hop meets tropical psychedelia on Monster Rally’s latest.
- Klein. A warped industrial collage as dark sounding as that album cover.
- John Carpenter. Proper snazzy sleeve for the horror master’s score to the new Halloween.
- Mark Korven scores Robert Eggers’ latest acclaimed horror film ‘The Lighthouse’.
- White Reaper. First major label release for the melodious garage punks.
- Thomas Méreur. Crystalline piano and vocal music on Hebden Bridge label Preserved Sound.
- Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man’s collaboration sounds like Portishead and Talk Talk doing a jazz-tinged folk record. What more could you possibly ask for!?
- XTC’s weird and wonderful psychedelic side project The Dukes of Stratosphear reissue a classic EP and album.
- The Comet Is Coming release two EPs of cosmic jazz for the space cadets.
- A Tribe Called Quest maraud through the midnight hours on this classic where jazz and rap collide.
- Babyshambles. The second record from the jammy dodger gets a reissue.
- Jungle Brothers. A hugely influential slice of alt. hip hop/jazz rap.
- Ol' Dirty Bastard. The late Wu-Tang member is basically the Tom Waits of hip hop. Essential!
- Tokyo Shoegazer’s crystallized cats finally arrive! Does exactly what it says on the tin…
- We Are Scientists. More cats! This was an inescapable record back in 2006...
- Imaginary Softwoods. Emeralds side project of doomy, psychedelic ambient music. Very limited!
- The Brian Jonestown Massacre. "Man, you broke my Sitar!"
- The Cure. Two live video releases from the festival bothering goths.
- Jonathan Fire*Eater. Don’t eat fire unless supervised by professionals please.
- BGM. Seminal release of Japanese industrial/minimal wave.
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