Tuesday Update Buck Meek (Dinked), Andy Bell, Future Islands, METZ.

Machinedrum, Mary Lattimore, The Divine Comedy, Kraftwerk, Sophia, Best New Soundtracks, Garcia Peoples.


  • Lots of Dinked news for you here, as Buck Meek of Big Thief is next in line for the deluxe exclusive treatment, there’s another announcement tomorrow at 10am & there’s a few left of Michael Price’s score to acclaimed drama ‘Eternal Beauty’ to be had!
  • Now the weather is getting grimmer, it’s time to settle in front of the telly & watch some films, box sets & rinse loads of video games. Our Best New Soundtracks feature is here to provide the audio delights.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Grandaddy, Trees Speak, Causa Sui, a jazz overhaul of ‘Kid A’ & more...

New music

  • Andy Bell’s first solo outing sounds like a meeting of his GLOK electronics & Ride’s psychedelic shoegaze.
  • Dance producer Machinedrum adds an assortment of guests to his footwork sound.
  • Mary Lattimore’s Neil Halstead produced latest is inspired by the Cornish coast & English pubs. No, really!
  • Oxford’s second biggest band Foals pull what the first biggest did by handing their tunes to be remixed by house, techno & garage producers.
  • Sun Ra Arkestra. First new album in 21 years from the legendary psych-jazz collective.
  • Emmy The Great looks into her Hong Kong heritage on her latest. Test pressing up for grabs for one lucky customer.
  • There’s a couple up on ambient/experimental label 12k from Minamo & Moskitoo & Christopher Bissonnette.
  • Anz. Absolutely banging 3-track corker of UK bass & old-school breaks on Hessle.
  • Prolific psych-rock jammers Garcia Peoples are back with a new’un.
  • The Budos Band. Like Sabbath gone soul mixed with James Brown & Fela’s funk.
  • Sad13. New solo LP from the Speedy Ortiz frontwoman. Not to be confused with her Xbox live gamertag.
  • Sh*t & Shine. Grab a bottle of rum from the offy.
  • Unreleased tracks from 4AD favourites The Wolfgang Press see the light of day.
  • Soft & subtle sounds are contradicted by blaring riffing on seminal slowcore outfit Sophia’s latest.
  • First album proper for Chicago-based indie group Slow Pulp.
  • Canadian noisy grunge-punk faves METZ make it to their fourth.
  • Cut Worms. Chop this record in half & you’ll get two of them…
  • Dream Division. Spooky synth cuts inspired by Carpenter & 80s horror.
  • Future Islands. As Long As You Are, FI x
  • Second full-length from Bristol’s jangly indie poppers Snails.
  • Mrs. Piss. Surprised this one didn’t leak early…
  • The debut solo record from BadBadNotGood’s Matty finally gets its vinyl dues.
  • MJ Guider. Ambient meets shoegaze & dreampop, complete with a cherry on top.
  • Mint Fields forever. The Mexican shoegazers return with production & percussion help from members of Ulrika Spacek.
  • Laraaji. The yang to the ambient/new age musician’s ‘Sun Piano’ yan is here.
  • Dead Famous People. One-time Saint Etienne member returns after almost three decades.


  • Lots of delicious looking Kraftwerk albums get the colour reissue treatment, including a bundle of all of them.
  • The Divine Comedy fans are in for a treat as a legion of reissues of sought-after favourites have landed alongside a gorgeous looking CD box set.
  • Black Sabbath. An all-time great celebrates half a century. Still perfect!
  • John Coltrane’s ‘A Love Supreme’ & ‘Ballads’ get the deluxe remaster & reissue pampering.
  • The Replacements’ ‘Pleased To Meet Me’ gets treated with a vinyl, CD & book bundle.
  • The Stone Roses. Ian Brown won’t be the resurrection if he carries on his anti-mask tirade…
  • So you like Slowdive eyy? Have all the Slowdive reissues in the world!
  • Robert Wyatt. Painting by Robert, aged 75.
  • Penny Penny. This fella likes using the same word twice.
  • B9: Belgian Cold Wave 1979-1983. All the info’s in the title!
  • The Doors. I wanna be wanna be wanna be Jim Morrison. Deluxe edition of ‘Morrison Hotel’.
  • Love. If you haven’t got one of the best psych records going yet, now’s your chance.
  • Funk-flecked alt.rock classic from Jane's Addiction featuring many a classic choon.
  • Faith No More. Metal’s answer to Red Hot Chili Peppers ;)
  • Plan B. This was inescapable back in the day.
  • Ice-T. Gangsta rap debut from Mr. Liptons.
  • Motörhead. This was menna be their debut y’know?
  • Ultravox. I also love those long ice creams in a cardboard box…
  • Buffalo Tom. Slack rock classic produced by guitar hero & professional grump J. Mascis.
  • Bert Jansch’s Johnny Marr & Bernie Butler featuring record celebrates its 20th.
  • Salvia Palth’s T-shirt shares the name of Michael’s bike from Alan Partridge…
  • King Tubby's lost dubs have been found once again.
  • Velly Joonas. Not to be confused with the Stereophonics vocalist.
  • IDM meets instrumental hip hop & all sorts else on in-demand producer Vegyn’s debut.
  • John Foxx and The Maths’ most recent record gets repressed due to popular demand.
  • Vic Mizzy’s score to The Addams Family gets its second reissue in 55 years. Slow down.
  • The Blues Brothers. We’re on a reissue from God…
  • Paul Simon must’ve got a few ideas from Vampire Weekend on this one.
  • The Lost Boys. Bat For Lashes will be all over this.
  • World Domination Enterprises. You won’t be losing that record anytime soon.
  • Massive 6LP box set for all you Sade-ists out there.
  • The Wedding Present. THE classic Wedo’s album according to our customer Steve.

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Buck Meek
Michael Price
Dream Division
Garcia Peoples
Jane's Addiction
Minamo & Moskitoo
Christopher Bissonnette
Shit & Shine
World Domination Enterprises
The Doors
Bert Jansch
The Blues Brothers
Future Islands
Black Sabbath
Andy Bell
Mrs. Piss
The Budos Band
MJ Guider
Cut Worms
Mint Field
Sun Ra Arkestra
Mary Lattimore
Penny Penny
Emmy The Great
The Wolfgang Press
Slow Pulp
Vic Mizzy
Dead Famous People
The Divine Comedy
John Foxx and The Maths
Paul Simon
Salvia Palth
Velly Joonas
King Tubby's
The Replacements
John Coltrane
The Wedding Present
Plan B
John Coltrane
Buffalo Tom
Robert Wyatt
The Stone Roses
Faith No More