Tuesday Update Angel Olsen, Jason Molina, Washed Out, Astrel K.

Fuzz, Lou Reed, Charli XCX, Jaga Jazzist, Mastodon, Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids, Jay Glass Dubs.

Headlines

  • The final album from cult Americana songwriter Jason Molina aka Songs:Ohia has landed on limited-edition colour vinyl.
  • Grab the last few of the highly collectable single of kraut-funk & space age psych from Ulrika Spacek’s Astrel K on Duophonic.
  • Reductions. We’re offering a hefty 20% off in our fresh July discounts promo.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Angel Olsen, Charli XCX, Fuzz, Lou Reed, Weyes Blood & more...

New music

  • Further Adventures of the Polytechnic Youth. Limited-edition compilation celebrating the independent electronic label’s recent productions. Fans of Mute records, Cab Voltaire, Heldon etc will dig!
  • Aliens didn’t build this. Psych, dance & post-rock splattered jazz sounds from Brainfeeder signees Jaga Jazzist.
  • Washed Out. Don’t fall mate. New album of summery psych pop with tasty beats from Mr. Greene.
  • Sorta like Grace Jones fronting Sleaford Mods, Billy Nomates unleashes her debut on Invada.
  • Nostalgic electronic-tinged psych pop from Oxford’s third biggest band Glass Animals.
  • Psychedelic jazz, Afrobeat, & dubby funk alert, Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids are back.
  • Deep plundered archival record from influential electronic figure Suzanne Ciani.
  • Bonny Light Horseman. Two songs called green with a green cover from the US folkies.
  • Hazy electronic dubiness from prolific Greek producer Jay Glass Dubs.
  • Vintage Crop serve us up a healthy meal of wiry Aussie post-punk.
  • Prolific noise rock provocateurs Shit & Shine are back with a hefty dose of sludge-rock.
  • Neurosis member Steve Von Til is also a primary school teacher y’know?
  • Oathbreaker. It’s a post-metal party with a single plus remixes from Justin Broadrick, Chelsea Wolfe, WIFE, & Michel A. Muller.
  • Is this Zombie dog an El Goodo boy?
  • Big Thief drummer James Krivchenia trades the sticks for ambient & sound collages.
  • Songwriter Jay-Jay Johanson takes on classic film tracks with a cinematic scope.
  • The Stooges. Unearthed performance of ‘Fun House’ in its entirety. Legendary gig!
  • Minimalist beauty from former Dead Texan Christina Vantzou.
  • Return to the VHS era with Video Age’s latest of 80s plundering synthpop.
  • Not to be confused with Action or Charles, BRONSON are a team-up between ODESZA & Golden Features.
  • First stand-alone single in over 20 years from The Durutti Column.
  • Left-field jazz meets dubwise ambience on this intriguing collab between Shackleton & Zimpel.
  • The latest on El Paraiso from Martin Rude & Jakob Skøtt Duo straddles improvised psych & jazz fusion.
  • Hans Zimmer’s ‘Dark Knight Rises’ score includes a fridge magnet & poster for your batcave.
  • Taylor Swift goes all indie folk with a little help from Bon Iver & The National’s Aaron Dessner.

Re-issues

  • Supreme death metal staple from hugely influential Liverpudlians & gore fanatics Carcass.
  • Germs. First time on wax for this full career retrospective. Essential for hardcore punk fans.
  • Emperor. Remastered reissue of the black metal pioneers early work.
  • Xena: Warrior Princess. Remember if you see any mistakes here, a wizard did it.
  • We’ve got three classic hip hop double singles from Kool Keith’s Ultramagnetic MCs crew in.
  • Logic System. More ace Japanese reissues from WeWantSounds.
  • First ever vinyl release for Admas’ ‘Sons of Ethiopia’.
  • There’s three heavyweight colour reissues on the cards from slept on post-punks The Sound.
  • Ethiopians shows us the power of reggae.
  • More reggae, this time from ‘Mr. Rocksteady’ Ken Boothe.
  • Judgment Night. The very 90s mashup soundtrack of alt. rock & hip hop lands on deluxe colour wax.
  • Milton Wright’s sought-after cut of funk & soul was released when disco reigned supreme.
  • Excellent politically charged slab of eclectic jazz from Sarathy Korwar on limited orange wax.
  • Who doesn’t love a dog photo? Melbourne electronic experimenters Laughing Hands sure do.
  • Two reissues are here from Tangerine Dream’s Conrad Schnitzler.

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Featured albums

Taylor Swift
Shackleton & Zimpel
Jay Glass Dubs
Laughing Hands
Admas
Shit & Shine
Various
Emperor
Oathbreaker
Astrel K
The Durutti Column
Billy Nomates
Suzanne Ciani
Various
Christina Vantzou
Various
Ken Boothe
Ethiopians
Hans Zimmer
Martin Rude & Jakob Skøtt Duo
Washed Out
Conrad Schnitzler & Frank Bretschneider
Conrad Schnitzler
Bonny Light Horseman
Germs
El Goodo
The Stooges
Logic System
Video Age
Jay-Jay Johanson
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids
James Krivchenia
Jason Molina
Steve Von Til
Vintage Crop
Glass Animals
BRONSON
Jaga Jazzist
Sarathy Korwar
Carcass
Milton Wright