Tuesday Update Squarepusher, Smoke Fairies, Torres, Kl(aüs).

Dan Deacon, Caroline Polachek, Wild Nothing, Omar Souleyman, SQÜRL, Charles Mingus, East Village, Destroyer.


  • The Dinked Edition's of the latest Squirrel Flower & Smoke Fairies records may have sold-out, but you can still grab ‘em on other variants. 
  • Kl(aüs). The clue is in the name here as this Castles In Space signed pair play distinctively German electronic, synth & krautrock music!
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. The Heads, Roger & Brian Eno, Boo Radleys & loads more.

New music

  • Not to be confused with the Spanish striker, indie songwriter Torres returns. Includes a bonus 7’’.
  • Dan Deacon’s latest album of neo-psychedelia has already been positively compared to Animal Collective.
  • Tongues Of Light. YouTube samples stitched into ethereal collages of mysterious musique concrète.
  • Madlib & Freddie Gibbs. Ace 6-track EP of beats n bars.
  • Dream pop fella Wild Nothing takes a trip to the dentists...
  • Squarepusher returns to his IDM meets D&B roots on his first in 5 years. 
  • Syrian music meets the dancefloor on Omar Souleyman’s latest.
  • Skullflower return to the physical format following 2 years of digital only releases.
  • Ace Hitchcock referencing cover on this record of classicist indie pop from Beat Hotel.
  • Alt. country rockers Drive-By Truckers mix politics with the personal on their new LP.
  • You just know Destroyer is a crooner with that album art.
  • Soundtrack LP from Jim Jarmusch’s SQÜRL project.
  • POLIÇA make their sound richer with the aid of Aaron Dessner & Bon Iver.
  • Pierre Raph soundtracks a French drama about hitchhiking school girls, apparently…
  • Shane Meadows’ drama The Virtues gets the vinyl treatment courtesy of Invada.
  • Tasty slab of synth-funk on Stones Throw from Prophet.
  • Apala Groups in Nigeria 1967-70. New double LP of African music on Soul Jazz.
  • Wait a minute, there was no Miles Kane in Citizen Kane!
  • Everything But The Girl member Ben Watt experiments with a Low member.
  • “Stockport: the home of Blossoms
  • Caroline Polachek covers Gruff Rhys’ latest in its entirety…
  • Andras’ latest album is released on the Beats In Space label which funnily enough describes the album.
  • The debut album from Hannah Diamond is a bit of a pop gem.
  • The Tapeworm unleash two highly intriguing dance & experimental cassettes. 
  • Dutch electronic producer Machinefabriek contemplates the ice caps.
  • √∆1. Fans of Rephlex & early Warp should dig this 6-track EP.
  • Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt unleashes a limited EP on Voam.
  • Fast paced boozy punk & throwback oi! from Chubby and The Gang.


  • Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster & Panaotis’ shape some one of a kind ambient & experimental classic.
  • East Village’s essential indie pop compilation finally makes its way onto vinyl.
  • Gorgeous reissue of two PC Music compilations.
  • Melodic punk meets emo & indie rock on this expanded version of Remember Sports’ breakthrough.
  • It’s a good week for Happy Mondays fans as they’ve reissued four fan favourites.
  • Two BBC Radiophonic Workshop titles get reissued in the form of ‘Through A Glass Darkly’ & ‘Fourth Dimension’.
  • Here’s a heap of reissues from weird & wonderful French prog/electronic group Heldon.
  • Animals as Leaders reissue their debut of fiddly instrumental progressive metal.
  • Two Japanese only releases from jazz mastermind Herbie Hancock get a universal release.
  • Not much can beat Nas’ ‘Illmatic’ but hey at least he tried to trump it here.
  • Former Birthday Party invitees give J.P. Shilo a helping hand.
  • The Nightingales reissue a 2010s post-punk complete with 5 covers.
  • This classic from Charles Mingus was the first jazz album I ever heard & I haven’t looked back since.

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Featured albums

Watkins / Peacock
Tongues Of Light
Iceman Junglist Kru
Beat Hotel
Peder Mannerfelt
BOT1500, D'Arcangelo, Mause, Jessica Walrus, fxbip, Velum Break
Wild Nothing
Chubby and The Gang
J.P. Shilo
Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster, Panaotis
Madlib & Freddie Gibbs
Omar Souleyman
Pierre Raph
Happy Mondays
Happy Mondays
Dan Deacon
East Village
Hannah Diamond
Drive-By Truckers
Caroline Polachek
Remember Sports
Squirrel Flower
Herbie Hancock
Ben Watt
Smoke Fairies
Animals As Leaders
Kimiko Kasai with Herbie Hancock
Happy Mondays
BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Peter Howell & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Nightingales
Miles Kane
Charles Mingus
Happy Mondays