Tuesday Update Cocteau Twins, Sleaford Mods, Ian William Craig, Studio Ghibli

JASSS, Denzel Curry x Kenny Beats, Alfa Mist, Myrkur, Wiki, Roger & Brian Eno, Confidence Man, The Stroppies.

Headlines

  • The legendary Cocteau Twins have reissued their debut & the landmark ‘Victorialand’ on heavyweight vinyl! Revisit our Cocteau themed playlist here.
  • Reduced Vinyl. We’ve got some bargain half price double albums from Throwing Muses' Kristen Hersh & His Name Is Alive in.
  • Check out our new feature on our favourite Colour Vinyl.
  • It’s no secret that we love Sleaford Mods, so we’re pleased to get the splatter reissue of a favourite in.
  • Due to ongoing COVID-19 issues, we've suspended our Click & Collect service until further notice. Apologies for the inconvenience, but the safety of our customers & staff must come first.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Coil, Jon Brooks, Protomartyr, The Heartwood Institute & more...

New music

  • Deeply moving & powerful album of ambient & drones from Ian William Craig.
  • Danish black metal songstress Myrkur returns with a record of dark Nordic folk.
  • Denzel Curry x Kenny Beats. One of the best rappers in the game meets the producer behind the upcoming Idles record. This one seriously slays!
  • Wiki. Another ace hip hop LP lands on wax this week.
  • Rustin Man follows up last year’s excellent ‘Drift Code’ with a more atmospheric record.
  • Fresh release of psychedelic drone rock from The Noise Birds aka Suishou No Fune & Numinous Eye.
  • Roger Eno & Brian Eno. The brothers are back in collaboration mode for the first time since the 80s.
  • James Ruskin & Mark Broom are back as The Fear Ratio for an LP of late night electronica.
  • Tornado Wallace. We’ve forgotten the crackers Gromit! 5 track EP of psychedelic house.
  • Eclectic psych, prog n pop from Brighton’s Wax Machine.
  • Ace collaboration between current & former BBNG members Matthew Tavares & Leland Whitty.
  • Dancey yet discordant post-punk EP courtesy of Yammerer.
  • Fluid Audio issue Fabio Orsi’s latest in a gorgeous, bespoke CD set with lots of intriguing extras.
  • Two blasts of West UK heavy rock from Gravves / Deh​-​Yey.
  • Tony Allen & Hugh Masekela. Unreleased sessions penned by two Afrobeat legends.
  • L.A. rockers Moaning unleash their debut album on Sub Pop.
  • Baxter Dury returns with an ode to the nighttime & online goings-on.
  • Norman’s very-own M-G Dysfunction has a bunch of tasty tapes of bedroom drone music out.
  • Sky Valley Mistress. Fresh album from the Blackburn hard rock/garage rockers.
  • Aussie dance punks Confidence Man get remixed by Greg & Che Wilson, plus CC Disco & DJ Boring.
  • Experimental & very psychedelic hip hop from ZekeUltra on Home Assembly.
  • Manchester’s The Slow Readers Club issue a fresh album of anthemic indie rock.
  • Baltimore folk-rock outfit Arbouretum ask us to Let It All In.
  • Storytelling songwriter Hak Baker releases his debut on his own label.
  • The Weeknd recently appeared live with Oneohtrix Point Never. It’s an odd little world isn’t it?
  • JASSS queen!!! Left-field club cuts on Whities courtesy.
  • Laid back, melodic piano jazz from Alfa Mist.

Re-issues

  • Detroit techno banger courtesy of UR.
  • Stone-cold stoner/doom metal classic from Dorset’s Electric Wizard. Essential stuff right here.
  • Supremely influential debut from ambient musician Jon Hassell, available for the first time in 42 years.
  • Not only have loads of Studio Ghibli films come to Netflix, there’s a bunch of vinyl reissues too!
  • Immediate & catchy indie rock from The Stroppies.
  • First time vinyl release in Europe for two The Handsome Family records.
  • Inoyamaland. Hypnotic classic of tranquil Japanese ambient/new age.
  • Scouse progsters Anathema reissue a fan-favourite.
  • Stone-cold goth metal classic from Peter Steele’s Type O Negative.
  • Lightning Bolt’s best work? Quite possibly!
  • Grinding & groovy post-punk single from Rema-Rema.
  • Bush Pilot. Hear Norman founder Phil smash out some krautty post-punk grooves on’t drums.
  • Live album & rarities collection from Bristol dub-punk-funk legends The Pop Group
  • The Prisoners. Garage rock meets mod & power pop on coloured wax.
  • 25% of the profits of this reissue from The Clean will support the Australian Fire Relief fund.
  • Ufocus (Legowelt). Would you just look at those two aliens!
  • Get the incense out, this new age classic from Beverly Glenn-Copeland is back!
  • Heavy roots reggae from Lee ‘Scratch’ Perrins, Seke Molenga & Kalo Kawongolo.
  • More Optic Nerve indie pop classics in the form of The Wedding Present & Meat Whiplash.
  • Piper. City pop classic on gorgeous red splatter wax.
  • You lot loved Barry Gray’s ‘UFO’, now ‘Supercar’ has been reissued!

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Featured albums

Alfa Mist
Yammerer
Gravves / Deh​-​Yey
Confidence Man
JASSS
Tornado Wallace
Fabio Orsi
Myrkur
Wiki
Type O Negative
The Prisoners
Matthew Tavares & Leland Whitty
Barry Gray
The Weeknd
M-G Dysfunction
The Noise Birds
The Handsome Family
The Pop Group
The Pop Group
Hak Baker
Bushpilot
Severed Heads
Sky Valley Mistress
Denzel Curry x Kenny Beats
Piper
Ian William Craig
Jon Hassell
Inoyamaland
Rustin Man
Arbouretum
Tony Allen & Hugh Masekela
Roger Eno and Brian Eno
The Fear Ratio
The Slow Readers Club
ZekeUltra
Wax Machine
Moaning
Meat Whiplash
The Wedding Present
Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Baxter Dury
His Name Is Alive
The Stroppies
Kristin Hersh
Beverly Glenn-Copeland
Ufocus (Legowelt)
Rema-Rema
Sleaford Mods
UR
Anathema
Electric Wizard
Cocteau Twins
Lightning Bolt
Cocteau Twins
The Handsome Family