- Fiona Apple’s unanimously acclaimed new album jumps from digital to physical.
- Hefty reductions are to be had with loads of vinyl from Moog Recordings Library. Delve in for limited records from Mika Vainio, Jimi Tenor & Tony Allen, Gazelle Twin & more.
- Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. PJ Harvey, Global Communication, Nubya Garcia, The Heads & more...
- The hugely anticipated soundtrack for Studio Ghibli’s classic film ‘Princess Mononoke’ gets its first widespread vinyl release. Grab the soundtrack, symphonic or image versions.
- UK jazz scene leader Kamaal Williams returns with a hard-hitting jazz-funk record complete with a rhythmical backbone of Brit club music.
- Jessy Lanza is back on Hyperdub with her bassed-up, electrofied take on R&B.
- Second part of psychedelic ambience from pioneering figure Jon Hassell.
- Bernard Grancher’s new LP on Castles In Space looks & sounds incredible.
- Eiko Ishibashi. Forward-thinking art pop featuring Jim O’Rourke on double bass.
- Devendra Banhart’s new EP contains a few tracks which didn’t make the cut of his last album.
- If you’re after a fuzz-thick & gnarly take on psych rock, look no further than Black Helium.
- Americana songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews has a new’un out.
- Members of Tomaga & The Oscillation form Autotelia, fusing space rock with kosmische.
- Fresh album from Dunedin born songwriter Alastair Galbraith.
- Wildfire inspired album of spontaneously composed ambient/electronic from Leaf Label signee Laurence Pike.
- The Sensible Gray Cells. A neat neat neat single from the Damned member (sorry).
- MOHIT. Abstract post-punk/kraut/art rock from the young Bognor Regis newcomers.
- John Foxx and The Maths. The synth-pop pioneer is backed by Hannah Peel on his new record.
- British folk legend Shirley Collins is deep into her eighties yet still producing great music.
- Multilingual shoegaze & dream pop from Brazilian born Winter.
- Konstantin Raudive. Voices of the dead complete with reversions from DJ Spooky & Lee Ranaldo.
- German techno professor Nicolas Bougaïeff plays that Nine Inch Nails album backwards…
- Senyawa & Stephen O'Malley. Ancient Indonesian folk meets rumbling drones on this exciting collab.
- New outing of avant-rock/post-punk courtesy of London’s Triple Negative.
- Don Pascal links up with Sengalese outfit Xalam for more cross-continent genre-bending.
- Dog Unit. Four Tet produced EP of pulsating, dubby kraut & post-rock.
- Brigid Dawson & The Mothers Network. Like ‘Planet of the Apes’ but with ballet instead...
- Anarcho legends Crass get remixed by Glasser & rLr. All proceeds to be donated to Refuge.
- Bully. Not to be confused with the magazine from Nathan Barley…
- Fabiano do Nascimento. The Brazilian guitarist’s latest spans MPB, folk, samba, bossa nova & more.
- Psych soul producer Adrian Younge teams up with A Tribe Called Quest legend Ali Shaheed Muhammad & bunch of jazz legends on the exciting ‘Jazz Is Dead’.
- Gatefold LP & 4CD set from psych-noise tripsters Ashtray Navigations.
- Very limited release of rare recordings from Coil’s ‘Astral Disaster’ sessions.
- Psych meets downtempo, Turkish music & funky Library jazz on these weird yet enticingly listenable pair from Sweden’s Sven Wunder.
- Back on wax for the first time in a million years is PJ Harvey’s debut & its associated demos.
- Dopplereffekt. Hypnotising work from the Drexciya electro offshoot.
- Catchy stoner doom from newcomers Green Lung.
- A sought after Guided By Voices cut lands on limited yellow wax.
- More limited reissues from Leeds post-rock favourites Hood have landed.
- Caroline Shaw / Attacca Quartet. Last year’s acclaimed piece of modern classical & chamber music gets the vinyl treatment.
- Spoon. That’s the first of the huge reissue series from the sharp indie group in.
- Goat. Our highest selling album ever, reissued on gorgeous splatter wax.
- Thurston Moore. Don’t go in there, those trees are not real trees.
- Tim Gane’s politically charged pre-Stereolab outfit McCarthy bring a fan favourite back.
- We’ve got more of last year’s RSD exclusive of the original recordings to the Chapterhouse favourite.
- AMM. Black Truffle reissue the original free improv classic.
- Acclaimed DJ & producer Objekt represses a hugely popular club banger.
- Black Fire. 5LP box set, mainly concentrating on the work of Oneness of Juju. Fire emojis indeed.
- Bob Marley & The Wailers. Picture disc version for one of the highest selling records ever.
- Mikey Dread. Warm & hypnotic classic rootsy dub debut.
- Nina Simone. Just Nina & her piano, what more could you want?
- Suzanne Kraft goes full on double denim.
- I once did a Robert Johnson by selling my soul at the village of Cross Roads in Howarth.
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Senyawa & Stephen O'Malley
Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad
Brigid Dawson & The Mothers Network
Caroline Shaw / Attacca Quartet