Tuesday Update Nadia Reid (Dinked), John Frusciante, Arab Strap, Burial.

Cabaret Voltaire, Arab Strap, Mariah, GAS, Gang Starr, The Home Current, IDLES, 65daysofstatic.

It’s-Nearly-Christmas Headlines

  • Snapped up one of our limited-edition Christmas Exclusive colour variants yet? 
  • Our official Album of the Year list remains secret until the year’s end, but feel free to have a gander at our long-list.
  • Win an album every month in 2020 in our Christmas Competition
  • Remember it’s double NormanPoints on all orders until 23rd December.
  • Tune into our Advent Calendar each day until Christmas for 25% off a random record! Today’s is Sheffield post-rock act 65daysofstatic’s brilliant score to ‘No Man’s Sky’. (By the time you’re reading this it could be something else, of course...)


  • New Dinked! New Zealand folk songwriter Nadia Reid’s new ‘un is coming to limited pink and white splatter edge vinyl with alternative artwork and back sleeve.
  • John Frusciante’s beautifully intimate indie folk classic has probably been our highest selling reissue ever and for good reason!
  • Our close friends over at The Quietus have revealed their Albums of the Year.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Eluvium, Mythic Sunship, The Cult of Dom Keller, Chromatics & more...

New music

  • Preemo does Guru justice on this excellent new album from hip hop legends Gang Starr.
  • Burial. Collection of EPs from the enigmatic & influential garage/dubstep producer.
  • Prog-pop-alt rock stadium botherers Muse release a box set with 40 unreleased tracks and more.
  • Tasty one hour mix from The Home Current on Castles In Space.
  • Fresh limited-edition colour single from Italian shoegaze/post-punk group Kill Your Boyfriend.
  • Itchy Bugger. The fella from Heavy Metal and Diat gets all lo-fi slacker pop on us.
  • John T. Gast. Play this one loud on a set-up with huge subs for maximum effect…
  • Edward Norton’s directorial debut ‘Motherless Brooklyn’ features music from Flea, Thom Yorke, Daniel Pemberton & more.
  • Psychemagik. Sci-fi disco jams from the always-fun electronica group.
  • Lee 'Scratch' Perry. Heavy dubwise bass excursions ft. remixes from Eno and Adrian Sherwood.
  • Mark Kozelek & Petra Haden. The Red House Painter teams up with Haden for a collab.
  • Pan American. The former Labradford man strips things down a notch or two.
  • Yann Tiersen. The ‘Amélie’ composer gets reworked by Gruff Rhys, Blonde Redhead, Stephen O’Malley and more.
  • Celebrate four years of taste-maker label Speedy Wunderground with this compilation featuring black midi, Squid, Black Country New Road & more.
  • IDLES. Live set in Paris on three transparent colour variants.
  • Squarepusher. Hectic drum & bass excursions from the Warp legend with a remix on the flipside.
  • Death Note. Acclaimed score to the classic anime series from Hideki Taniuchi & Yoshihisa Hirano.
  • Agnes Obel. 7’’ single from the Danish songwriter.
  • Controlled Death. Super dark new project from Japanese noise legend Masonna.
  • Incapacitants. More noise from Urashima. Very limited-edition wooden box set!
  • Abstract Thought. Unreleased cuts from techno gods Drexciya. 


  • Arab Strap. This classic of confessional Scotch slowcore is back!
  • Cabaret Voltaire. Mammoth box set of early work from the Sheffield legends.
  • GAS. Celebrated classic from the legend of ambient.
  • Mariah. Japanese art pop/new wave classic that isn’t to be confused with the other Mariah who apparently really loves Walker’s crisps now…
  • Yasuaki Shimizu. Another classic from Japan which is worth buying alone for that rather strange looking cat on the sleeve.
  • The Go-Betweens. Another big box set here, this one includes three of their best records plus a book and unheard live record.
  • A seminal classic of ghostly ambient meanderings from Robert Ashley gets a reissue.
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson. 4AD reissue one of the late composer’s most cherished works.
  • Synth-led bangers from DFA group The Juan Maclean.
  • The Fat White Family. Contrary to popular belief, some of us actually like this lot here (or at least Will does anyway…)
  • The latest repress of Mort Garson’s brilliant ‘Plantasia’ lands on snazzy ‘starburst green’ wax.
  • Couple of reissues from indie punks Screaming Females.
  • We now stock records from the supposedly subversive Ariana Grande now...

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Featured albums

Nadia Reid
Abstract Thought
John T. Gast
Itchy Bugger
Controlled Death
Agnes Obel
Screaming Females
Ariana Grande
Screaming Females
Ariana Grande
Kill Your Boyfriend
The Home Current
Hideki Taniuchi & Yoshihisa Hirano
The Go-Betweens
Cabaret Voltaire
John Frusciante
Yann Tiersen
Robert Ashley
Pan American
Mark Kozelek & Petra Haden
Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Yasuaki Shimizu
Mort Garson
Fat White Family
Jóhann Jóhannsson
The Juan Maclean
Arab Strap