- Now here’s a limited-edition double header of err, The Heads. The second part of the Bristolian psychers ‘Reverberations’ series has landed along with the first vinyl edition of ‘Vertigo Swill’.
- We sold out of our exclusive reissue to Coil’s ‘Musick To Play In The Dark’ in record time, but there’s still the indies only clear variant on the cards.
- Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Deftones, Surprise Chef, Slowdive, The Fall & much more...
- Techno beats are wrapped up in a haze of dream pop ambience here on Kelly Lee Owens’ excellent new album.
- Ulver’s Depeche Mode influenced synth-pop streak continues with a Martin Glover produced LP.
- If you like The Heads, you may like fellow Cardinal Fuzz psychonauts White Manna.
- Correlations. An electronic record on Castles In Space, not a concept album of that dish from over yonder.
- ‘evvy stuff from grindcore kings Pig Destroyer. Listen out for an Igor Cavalera appearance.
- Who could’ve thought plastic flamingos looked so foreboding. New’un from Iranian ambient/drone composer Siavash Amini.
- Old school beats & rhymes define hip hop duo Marlowe’s latest.
- Datblygu. Surrealist post-punk from the celebrated Welsh act.
- Colter Wall. This 25 year old country songwriter has done his homework alright.
- Fresh album from London synthpop pair Kaleida. Nice cover & all.
- Aidan Knight. Having his first kid & moving back & forth to Berlin definitely left its effect here.
- Max Cooper. New EP of sweeping IDM & organic electronica on earth friendly recycled wax.
- Dutch-Iranian art pop vocalist Sevdaliza channels the Bristol sound on her latest.
- My Morning Jacket. Does Jim James have noon & evening garments then?
- Norwegian psych-prog-alt.rock genre benders Motorpsycho are back with their most ambitious piece yet & that’s saying something!
- Debut record of anarcho punk & noise rock influenced post-punk from London’s Girls In Synthesis.
- Angel Olsen. Skeletal reworks of ‘All Mirrors’ tracks, recorded in a church of course.
- Dmitry Evgrafov. Modern classical, now with bass & synths.
- Subtly shifting ambient pieces from Chicago’s Michael Vallera.
- International Teachers of Pop. Unabashed pop brilliance featuring a Jason Williamson spot.
- Lots of influences seep into the new one from dance production brothers Disclosure.
- New album of out-there jazz from Armenian born Tigran Hamasyan.
- Fresh cuts of quirky & catchy pop from the unmistakable Swiss group Yello.
- The Dinked Editions of Widowspeak’s latest sold out dead quickly, but there’s still a colour vinyl & CD variant to be had at.
- Chris Forsyth / Dave Harrington / Ryan Jewell / Spencer Zahn. Their jammin’.
- Aggro yet danceable synth-punk with an industrial EBM throb from Special Interest.
- Metallica. Because you didn’t get enough symphonic versions in the first one.
- Lots of limited-run crystal vinyl is arriving from Matière Mémoire, including the likes of Jim O’Rourke, Giuseppe Ielasi, Charlemagne Palestine & more.
- If you think about it, Wallace & Gromit were a Moon Duo in ‘A Grand Day Out’. The psych pair's debut finally gets a reissue.
- Newcastle favourite extreme metal satanists Venom summon a bunch of rarities & demos.
- This slab of hard prog & psych from Fuzzy Duck is a sought-after gem amongst record collectors.
- A couple of supreme John Coletrane reissues land with us this week.
- Mercury Rev. ‘The Dark Is Rising’ sounds like Jurassic Park, change my mind.
- First time on wax for this EP from Giles Corey of goth shoegazers Have A Nice Life.
- Eastern music inspired ambient on green wax from Bill Laswell.
- And Also The Trees. Slept on post-punk, produced by a Cure member no less.
- Fu Manchu. Classic stoner rock grooves, now on neon yellow vinyl.
- Lovely fantastical psychedelic folk rock from Japanese outfit Kikagaku Moyo.
- A. Kostis. This obscure cut of Greek folk subgenre rebetika gets its first vinyl release.
- Juniore. C'est magnifique mix of psych pop, chanson, yé-yé & all sorts else.
- Couple more up on the Blue Note reissue series courtesy of Bobby Hutcherson & Jackie McLean.
- Unearthed keyboard/synth workouts from Satoshi & Makoto.
- Stan Getz and João Gilberto. Perhaps the best known bossa nova album.
- Cult of Luna & Julie Christmas. Mammoth post-metal collaborations between the Swedes & Made Out Of Babies vocalist.
- A daft band turned outsider music icons & Zappa favourites. It can only be The Shaggs.
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Cult of Luna & Julie Christmas
Chris Forsyth / Dave Harrington / Ryan Jewell / Spencer Zahn
Stan Getz and João Gilberto
International Teachers of Pop