Tuesday Update Khruangbin, Bright Eyes, (Widowspeak Dinked), Polypores

Ulver, HAIM, Pottery, Global Communication, Brigid Dawson, Bananagun, Nadine Shah, Squid, Jim Sullivan.

Headlines

  • Dinked celebrates its 56th with a signed green vinyl exclusive of dream pop group Widowspeak’s latest. Includes two double-sided art prints by Nick Dahler.
  • The latest from UK synth favourite Polypores is here, alongside a colour reissue of ‘Flora’.
  • There’s a few remaining limited exclusives left from the Love Record Stores event.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Bright Eyes, Ulver, two Polytechnic Youth records & more...

New music

  • New album of post-punk meets psych rock from The Vacant Lots.
  • Brigid Dawson & The Mothers Network. One time member of Oh Sees smashes it with her debut.
  • Khruangbin are back, this time their dubby exotic psych-funk features vocals.
  • Canadian post-punks Pottery invite you to Bobby’s Motel.
  • Order Public Practice’s before Friday for your chance to win a test pressing.
  • Two thirds of the Comet is Coming come together as Soccer96.
  • Norman fave Pye Corner Audio’s new EP includes a remix from dance producer John Talabot.
  • Seablite. Sounds like a good night…
  • Typical Girls. Fifth in the series of promoting the best female fronted talents.
  • There isn’t many of these limited-edition singles from the soon-to-be-huge Squid.
  • Limited-edition record from power poppers Skooshny.
  • Psych, Afrobeat, garage rock & tropicalia mash-up from Aussie newcomers Bananagun.
  • First in six years from Japanese psych-noisemakers Bo Ningen.
  • Signals, Wires & Amplifiers. Next Phase: Normal issue 20 tracks of synth delights on limited CD with extras.
  • Les Big Byrd. If you’re into psych rock, this will be up your Sesame Street.
  • UK indie group The Mystery Jets return with more anthemic choons.
  • Nadine Shah writes about everything including the kitchen sink on her new’un.
  • Fresh from a stint in Nirvana, Post Malone gets the vinyl treatment.
  • HAIM. Clever title & album name pairing from the new wave influenced sister trio.
  • Pere Ubu deliver a storming set of classic era material. On red/black colour wax.
  • Ambient composer Field Works celebrates little furry things.
  • Ground-zero template for the work of Crass from Penny Rimbaud.
  • Nashville songwriter Becca Mancari pairs her Americana sound with art pop on her second.
  • Doom, drone & folk collide on this collaboration between Bell Witch & Aerial Ruin.
  • Smell my cheese! You mothers. 4CDs/70 tracks of unreleased Frank Zappa.
  • Mood Taeg. Neu!veau krautrock jams which will appeal to a lot of Norman customers.
  • Sonar with David Torn. Second part to our former Norm Album of the Week winner.
  • Class slab of voice sample heavy doom rock from Vinnum Sabbathi.

Re-issues

  • Global Communication’s highly sought-after rework of a Chapterhouse record lands on limited blue marble vinyl.
  • Randy Holden. Signed slab of heavy psych which served as a huge influence for doom & stoner metal.
  • Incredible slice of serene Japanese ambient courtesy of the late Hiroshi Yoshimura.
  • Redd Kross reissue Red Cross. Confusing right?
  • Fresh from being terrified to death by the 7th game, this Resident Evil 4 box set looks appetising. 
  • Ike Yard. The weirdest band on Factory reissue a celebrated record round these parts.
  • Repress of an ace 2020 record of dubby ambient from Ulla.
  • The Rolling Stones get a bunch of their material reissued.
  • More King Crimson’s land complete with a remix/remaster treatment.
  • Vic Mizzy’s score to the iconic Addams Family lands on Halloween friendly colour vinyl.
  • Anticipated slab of cosmic Americana & folk from the enigmatic Jim Sullivan.
  • Sly & The Family Drone & Dead Neanderthals. I’ve got a tooth abscess at the moment, could you not?
  • Excellent chamber jazz record inspired by remote coastal Scotland from Andrew Wasylyk.
  • Folk horror meets stoner doom on Green Lung’s debut.
  • Black Ark In Dub. One for the dub lovers & those always near a bass bin.
  • Two unreleased cuts from masters of melodic punk the Buzzcocks.
  • Roza Terenzi offers a huge & varied journey through club music.
  • It’s adventure time for Japanese pop legend Momoko Kikuchi.
  • Compilation of Reigning Sound’s rootsier Americana side.
  • Albert Ayler. And then I rode off, on the new grass.

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Featured albums

Widowspeak
Various
Bo Ningen
Les Big Byrd
Soccer96
Various
Capcom Sound Team
Green Lung
Skooshny
Albert Ayler
Polypores
Vinnum Sabbathi
Squid
Global Communication
Sonar with David Torn
The Vacant Lots
Mood Taeg
Pye Corner Audio
Reigning Sound
Frank Zappa
Bell Witch and Aerial Ruin
Becca Mancari
Khruangbin
Redd Kross
Penny Rimbaud
Bananagun
Pere Ubu
Field Works
Hiroshi Yoshimura
Brigid Dawson & The Mothers Network
Momoko Kikuchi
Roza Terenzi
Randy Holden
HAIM
Buzzcocks
Buzzcocks
Public Practice
Nadine Shah
Pottery
Seablite
Various
Ulla
Post Malone
Mystery Jets
Polypores
Andrew Wasylyk
Sly & The Family Drone and Dead Neanderthals
Ike Yard
Jim Sullivan