Tuesday Update Erland Cooper, Polypores, King Gizzard, Against All Logic (Nicolas Jaar).

Global Communication, King Crimson, Thee MVPS, Regis, Flying Lotus, Blanck Mass, Bloto, PINS, King Creosote, Baths.


  • Former Norman Album of the Week champ Polypores has announced a new album of gorgeous synth-tronica. On deluxe azure blue vinyl with foldback tabs & an art print.
  • Good news if you’re a prog fan, as King Crimson are reissuing most their 70s classics & more.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Global Communication, Kamaal Williams, Hendrix & more...

New music

  • Erland Cooper’s latest tribute to Orkney is as gorgeous as ever.
  • Chunky double live album from King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s recent-ish EU tour.
  • Flying Lotus’ ‘Flamagra’ instruments comes with a ridiculously tasty looking slipmat.
  • Nicolas Jaar’s second excursion into techno & house as Against All Logic lands on wax, alongside an FKA twigs featuring double single.
  • Thee MVPs live in a Leeds house share & play fast garage psych. Mastered by Shellac’s Bob Weston.
  • First album in nearly 20 years from Birmingham techno don Regis.
  • Neo-soul tinged posthumous release from Mac Miller.
  • Vaporwave pioneer Macintosh Plus is back with a lengthy, sample heavy new single.
  • Actor & musician Caleb Landry Jones releases his weird & wonderful debut.
  • US indie poppers Choir Boys return.
  • Stephen Merritt’s legendary The Magnetic Fields release a 28-track collection of short & sweet songs.
  • 5-track EP of some of Christine and The Queens’ best work to date.
  • Jonah Falco & Mike Haliechuk of Canadian art punks F**ked Up release their debut as Jade Hairpins.
  • Manchester post-punks PINS return following a 5 year wait.
  • Self-titled third record from modern psych poppers Psychic Markers.
  • DIY post-punk & electronics meet stream of consciousness poetry on The Cool Greenhouse’s new’un.
  • Intriguingly structured split from DnB legend Christoph de Babalon & the enigmatic Mark.
  • Can’s Irmin Schmidt live in Yoooooorkshire.
  • International Teachers of Pop are back, complete with a guest spot from Sleaford’s Jason Williamson.
  • First time on vinyl for this IDM cracker from Abfahrt Hinwil, complete with some ace album art.
  • Fresh album from psychedelic soul fella Nick Hakim.
  • York indie newcomers The Howl & The Hum unleash their long-awaited debut.
  • Original experimental hip hop genre blendings from Washington’s Model Home.
  • Loose limbed jazz & electronic experiments from Uniform & Liturgy member Greg Fox.
  • First album in yonks from 2000s pop queen Lady Gaga.
  • Sweet Spirit utilise a bunch of glam, pop, Afrobeat & electronic influences on this one.
  • Bochum Welt’s 5-track EP features remixes from Telefon Tel Aviv & more.
  • Japanese stoner metallers BlackLab channel doom through punk & grunge pace.
  • French psychedelic fuzzlords Servo are back with a limited-edition LP.
  • Scottish prolific songwriter King Creosote returns.
  • Blanck Mass’ first foray into soundtracks lands this week.
  • David Lynch & Jack Cruz. Oddball single taken from Lynch’s recent Netflix short.
  • Polish jazz meets gritty New York beats on Bloto’s latest.


  • Diamanda Galas’ infernal classic of virtuoso voice gets remastered with its original artwork.
  • The Fall’s ‘Interim’ lands back on wax.
  • The Chi Factory reissue a tribal ambient corker.
  • Glitch hop influenced art pop producer Baths unleashes two collections of unreleased tracks.
  • JG Thirwell’s controversial yet influential You've Got Foetus on Your Breath bring a classic to red vinyl.
  • Lots & lots of Prince for all you fans of the purple one.
  • Third & final album from Nigerian legend Jake Sollo.
  • Two Tekken soundtracks so you can revisit those late night button mashing sessions with your mates.
  • Japanese ambient fans take note, as Motohiko Hamase has reissued three soothing classics.
  • 7CD box set of Iggy Pop’s ‘Bowie Years’. That’s the first two classics & loads of live & unheard stuff.
  • Mndsgn & The Koreatown Oddity’s collab jumps from tape to wax.
  • Early work from Dutch experimentalist Hessel Veldman.
  • Aren’t we all, Minty?
  • Black Helium repress a cut of mean & lean psych rock on pink wax.

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Featured albums

Against All Logic
Against All Logic
Hessel Veldman
David Lynch & Jack Cruz
Blanck Mass
Flying Lotus
Diamanda Galas
Mndsgn & The Koreatown Oddity
King Creosote
Bochum Welt
Iggy Pop
Motohiko Hamase
Motohiko Hamase
Motohiko Hamase
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Sweet Spirit
Lady Gaga
Model Home
Greg Fox
Nick Hakim
The Howl & The Hum
Namco Sounds
Namco Sounds
Jake Sollo
International Teachers of Pop
Abfahrt Hinwil
Irmin Schmidt
Christoph de Babalon / Mark
The Cool Greenhouse
Thee MVPs
Psychic Markers
Jade Hairpins
Erland Cooper
Christine and The Queens
The Magnetic Fields
Choir Boys
Caleb Landry Jones
Macintosh Plus
Mac Miller
You've Got Foetus on Your Breath
Black Helium
The Chi Factory
The Fall