Tuesday Update Plone, King Gizzard, Studio Ghibli Soundtracks, Ed O’Brien (EOB)

Shabbazz Palaces, Hodge, Rina Sawayama, Jarboe, Bo Ningen, Art Brut, Tenniscoats, The Durutti Column.

Headlines

  • The first album in an age from Birmingham electronica group Plone has just landed on limited vinyl.
  • Our Best Albums You May Have Missed in March feature is here.
  • Studio Ghibli have announced three vinyl versions of the score to the classic film ‘Princess Mononoke’. Grab the image, symphonic and/or soundtrack import versions here.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. King Gizzard, The Streets, Phoebe Bridgers, The Blue Nile & more...

New music

  • The debut album from EOB aka Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien delves into danceable psych, South American party tunes, folk & art rock. On limited orange vinyl with 6 lithograph prints & more.
  • Shabbazz Palaces return with their psychedelic, bass-heavy left-field hip hop sound.
  • Kraut, psych, prog, black & post metal meet on Finnish group Oranssi Pazuzu’s new’un.
  • Highly anticipated debut of eclectic pop from the much-hyped Rina Sawayama.
  • Avant-garde songwriter Jarboe unleashes her thirty-third album.
  • Fresh album from the Bristol based techno man Hodge.
  • First new material from Japanese psych-rockers Bo Ningen in a while. Includes a Foodman remix.
  • Quinze. 2LP compilation ft. Pye Corner Audio, Steve Hauschildt, Telefon Tel Aviv & much more. Phwaor! 
  • Spiritual Jazz Vol. 11. Compilation of European jazz cuts.
  • Gerry Cinnamon. I wonder how many times I can make the same Stone Roses joke?
  • Waves of Synth. This compilation does exactly what it says on the tin.
  • Micko & The Mellotronics. Pigeon with a wig on I know, I know, it’s avian.
  • Enter Shikari. Ah, youth is conjured up once again upon seeing this band name.
  • The Mystery Of The Bulgarian Voices ft. Lisa Gerrard. The legendary choir reunite with the Dead Can Dance vocalist. 
  • Beats, bass, jungle & jazz from celebrated producer dgoHn.
  • Summer ready house grooves courtesy of Coastlines
  • Funk, hip hop, trip hop & more meet on producer RJD2’s latest.
  • Hexvessel are back with their unique take on folk n psych.
  • Elbow play on home-soil at Manchester’s The Ritz.

Re-issues

  • Two box sets to choose from here with these reissues from Japanese group Tenniscoats.
  • Art Brut’s debut, from a time when Nathan Barley was big & every band wore red trousers.
  • Fan of fuzz-heavy psych? Then look no further than this repress from Kungens Män.
  • Yumiko Morioka. Gorgeous & sparse new age & ambient complete with brand-new album art.
  • Another repress of a classic from influential producer Huerco S.
  • Caspar Brötzmann Massaker. Noise, jazz & experimental rock genre-mash. 
  • There’s been a lot of talk of Karen’s recently, now have a slab of industrial techno from Karenn.
  • Aidan Moffat’s Nyx Nótt project was so popular that they’ve repressed it already.
  • Piper. This reissue of a City Pop classic will make you feel fiiiiiiiiiiiiine…
  • The Durutti Column. CD version of ‘Vini Reilly’ reissued with 23 bonus tracks.
  • Prince. Fans of the big Purple One need to check out these load of reissues.
  • Rapper Wiz Khalifa is a huge fan of Edwyn Collins & co…
  • This fan-favourite of a Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble finally lands on physical.
  • 2LP reissue of an ambient dub classic debut courtesy of Higher Intelligence Agency.

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Featured albums

Joe Hisaishi
Joe Hisaishi
Joe Hisaishi
Higher Intelligence Agency
Various
Tenniscoats
Plone
Bo Ningen
Wiz Khalifa
Elbow
Hexvessel
RJD2
Coastlines
Yumiko Morioka
dgoHn
Rina Sawayama
The Mystery Of The Bulgarian Voices featuring Lisa Gerrard
Various (Pye Corner Audio, Steve Hauschildt, Telefon Tel Aviv, Karen Gwyer etc.)
Shabazz Palaces
The Durutti Column
Jarboe
Hodge
Oranssi Pazuzu
EOB
Enter Shikari
Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble
Micko & The Mellotronics
Interstellar Funk presents
Piper
Nyx Nótt
Gerry Cinnamon
Karenn (Blawan & Pariah)
Kungens Män
Huerco S.
Art Brut
Caspar Brötzmann Massaker