Tuesday Update Throwing Muses, The Microphones, Tricky, All Them Witches.

Michael Rother, Demon Fuzz, Yo La Tengo, XTC, Japanese Television, Bluetech, Blonde Redhead.


  • The highly acclaimed new album from folk songwriter The Microphones aka Phil Elverum & Mount Eerie has just landed.
  • Throwing Muses. The first album in yonks from Kristin Hersh’s legendary alt. rock crew is here.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Heliocentrics, Josephine Foster, Tunng, Carlton Melton & much more...

New music


  • Yo La Tengo. The Matador revisionist history series continues with a 25th anniversary edition of ‘Electr-O-Pura’.
  • The Bluetech albums have landed, alongside the second press of the amazing ‘Portals’ compilation.
  • Special Cases. Psych-synth explorations headed up by Follakzoid’s JP on very limited clear wax.
  • First time on wax for this near mythological slice of retro-futurist synthwave from Turquoise Moon.
  • Repulsion. Ground-zero for grind. Sounds & looks like its name & cover.
  • 20th anniversary edition of a favourite from indie rockers Blonde Redhead.
  • More Michael Rother! This one’s a 7CD retrospective box set of the second half of his career, plus his new album.
  • Here’s a trio of represses from late soul singer Charles Bradley.
  • More soul reissues, this time there’s two from the legendary Betty Davis.
  • Budos Band. Here’s a completely different take on soul, complete with deep funk, psych rock & jazz.
  • Demon Fuzz. Not to be confused with Slipknot.
  • A recent-ish Four Tet favourite gets a repress.
  • Peel Dream Magazine. Shoegaze meets indie, electronic, krautrock & more.
  • Harry Beckett. We’ve just had this cut of colourful jazz fusion on the shop stereo & it was brilliant.
  • The Rolling Stones. Just in time for tea. Features unreleased material.
  • Amy Winehouse. Deluxe edition of the soul star’s celebrated debut.
  • Big L. NYC hip hop records don’t come much more classic than this one.
  • Avant-pop meets modern classical on this intriguing & playful piece from Anna Meredith.
  • Rex Orange County fans take note, this is the first time on vinyl for this one.
  • XTC sing the bells of St. Clements with this corker of psych-pop influenced new wave.
  • Muslimgauze. One of five albums the influential producer released in 94.
  • The major label debut from indie folkies The Mountain Goats makes a return.
  • Cult of Luna. Both parts of the ‘Metropolis’ inspired ‘Vertikal’ are set to arrive.
  • Aesop Rock. Debut album from the wordy MC on a few different colour variants.
  • Not one, but four reissues from freakbeat favourites The Creation.
  • Real Gone Records are reissuing a load of underrated jazz cuts from Doug Carn, Walter Bishop Jr. & The Awakening.
  • Furious single of militant hardcore punk from controversial group the Dicks.

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Featured albums

Andrew Wasylyk
R.D. Kirdiv and S.V. Skirling
Turquoise Moon
Walter Bishop Jr.
Doug Carn Featuring The Voice Of Jean Carn
The Awakening
Wild Billy Childish & CTMF
Aesop Rock
Cult of Luna
claire rousay
Special Cases
Sophie Hunger
The Microphones
Rex Orange County
Richard Norris
Catherine Christer Hennix
Michael Rother
Big L
Blonde Redhead
Happy Dead Man
Michael Rother
David Arnold and Michael Price
Samara Lubelski
Graham Lambkin / Bill Nace
Amy Winehouse
The Rolling Stones
Harry Beckett
Naked Roommate
All Them Witches
Joshua Burnside
Japanese Television
The Pineapple Thief
Soundwalk Collective with Patti Smith
Young Knives
Throwing Muses
The Weeknd
Peel Dream Magazine
Anna Meredith
Four Tet
Demon Fuzz
Charles Bradley
The Budos Band
Cult of Luna
Charles Bradley
Charles Bradley
Betty Davis
Betty Davis
Yo La Tengo
The Mountain Goats