Tuesday Update Nicolas Jaar, Bright Eyes, Girl Friday (Dinked), Guided By Voices.

Coil, Pole, Matmos, PJ Harvey, Bent Arcana, Mr. Bungle, Nubya Garcia, L.A. Witch, No Joy, Jeff Rosenstock.


  • The remaining exclusive colour Dinked Edition’s of the debut from the post-punk & noise rock group Girl Friday arrive this week.
  • PJ Harvey’s highly in-demand raucous rocker ‘Rid Of Me’ & its accompanying demos are back on wax after all these years.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Nicolas Jaar, Mr. Bungle, Coil, Pole, Matmos & more...

New music

  • Have a dose of stoner rock tinged psychedelic blues rock from Swedes Blues Pills.
  • Bright Eyes. First studio outing in 9 years from Conor Oberst’s indie folkers.
  • Bent Arcana. John Dwyer’s latest project fuses prog, kraut, jazz fusion & heavy psych. Will not long-time fans of the Oh Sees man.
  • A few of our staffers are very excited to hear the new one from UK jazz sensation Nubya Garcia.
  • The equally prolific Guided By Voices are back with a hooks-a-plenty LP with a glorious sleeve.
  • Erasure’s ‘The Neon’ has landed. It says so on that neon sign on the sleeve.
  • Naked Giants take a break from the Car Seat double shifts to write a new LP.
  • No Joy. Jasamine White-Gluz returns with a GOAT shoegaze record…
  • DIY punk legend Jeff Rosenstock is back with a solo work of raucous yet melodic punk.
  • 70s loving siblings The Lemon Twigs have a set of songs for the general public.
  • L.A. Witch. The enchanting & spellbinding trio are back with their immediate third record.
  • Incredible & lovingly put together set from shoegazers CIEL on Brighton micro label Box Bedroom Rebels.
  • Blend of experimental production & club/dance sounds from Dane Croatian Amor.
  • H.C. McEntire. If you’re lucky, there may be one last Dinked variant of this one left…
  • Vladislav Delay Meets Sly & Robbie. Intriguing collab between the influential electronic producer & the dub rhythm section duo.
  • Trap king Future is high off life, amongst other things.
  • Well I never, The Killers sample Can’s ‘Moonshake’ on their latest.
  • Punk legends X’s answer to Halifax’s famed kids science museum Eureka is here.
  • Callum Easter’s latest was recorded at the Glasgow studio of the same name.
  • The Waterboys. They call me the seeker.
  • New’un from Japanese dream pop songwriter Ai Aso, backed by avant-metallers Boris & Stephen O'Malley on select tracks.
  • Liar, Flower. Biiiiig stretch.
  • Vex Ruffin. Funk, tropicalia & hip-hop mix up on Stones Throw.
  • Midwife. I thought we had a new one from that Australian jazz-funk group, but nope this is slowcore songwriter Madeline Johnston.
  • Gajek. Look Morty, I’m a pickle! 
  • More heaters on Mala’s bass music/dub/soundsystem label, this time from Bukez Finezt.


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Featured albums

Bukez Finezt
Inter Arma
Naked Giants
Nubya Garcia
Ai Aso
Guided By Voices
Bent Arcana
Vex Ruffin
Eno / Wobble
Eno / Cale
H.C. McEntire
Mark Archer / Luke Vibert
Bright Eyes
L.A. Witch
Sammy Osmo (Legowelt)
Freeez + John Rocca
Liar, Flower
The Wee Cherubs
The Waterboys
Croatian Amor
Callum Easter
Jeff Rosenstock
Girl Friday
No Joy
Machine Head
Blues Pills
The Killers
The Lemon Twigs
Vladislav Delay Meets Sly & Robbie
Bert Jansch
Inter Arma
Morgan Fisher And Lol Coxhill
PJ Harvey
PJ Harvey