Tuesday Update Floating Points, PJ Harvey, Battles, Carla dal Forno, Om.

Sufjan Stevens, Foals, The Dukes of Stratosphear (XTC), Mark Lanegan, Om, Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man, Shorelights, Hood.


  • 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...

New music

  • 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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Featured albums

Abul Mogard
Thomas Méreur
Garcia Peoples
White Reaper
A Tribe Called Quest
Patrick Watson
Mark Korven
Sufjan Stevens & Timo Andres
PJ Harvey
Jonathan Fire*Eater
John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies
Jacques Greene
Foxes in Fiction
Matana Roberts
Floating Points
Monster Rally
Nils Frahm
The Cure
The Yummy Fur
Tokyo Shoegazer
Carla dal Forno
Mark Lanegan Band
The Comet Is Coming
The Comet Is Coming
Jungle Brothers
Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man
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Imaginary Softwoods
Ol' Dirty Bastard
The Dukes of Stratosphear
We Are Scientists
The Brian Jonestown Massacre