Tuesday Update Fuzz, Actress, Jim Ghedi (Dinked), clipping., Adrianne Lenker

Flaming Lips, Pavement, Call Super, epic45, Adrianne Lenker, John Frusciante, Nils Frahm, Loma, Gorillaz.


  • UK songwriter Jim Ghedi brings his fingerpicked folk stylings to the Dinked series, complete with a signed sleeve, risograph art print, linen sleeve, exclusive colour vinyl, lyric sheet & poem.
  • We’ve got three test pressings to give away from industrial hip hop trio clipping., psych folkers Loma & a signed one from Leeds kraut-post-punks Bushpilot. See our competitions page for more details.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Ft. Young Marble Giants, Twelve Hour Foundation, Flaming Lips & more...

New music

  • Ty Segall resurrects his heavy-psych project Fuzz with a Steve Albini recorded album.
  • The latest from ex-West Brom player turned dance producer Actress comes in a magpie friendly shiny bag which looks like this.
  • Adrianne Lenker of Big Thief’s new solo double LP was recorded 100% analogue & comes with a double sided print.
  • John Frusciante steps out of his Trickfinger alias to release a corker of jungle/hardcore/breakbeat influenced electronica on Venetian Snares’ label.
  • Second release of 2020 of nostalgic, dream pop & post rock from epic45.
  • Damon Allbran is monkeying around once again with his Gorillaz.
  • Who woulda thought Bruce Springsteen is a huge fan of the Liam Neeson stinker ‘The Grey’...
  • Dance producer Ela Minus presents her debut of jazz & Columbian music inspired deep house.
  • Nils Frahm. The vinyl variants of the modern classical/ambient composer’s ‘Empty’ have landed.
  • Copies of Keaton Henson’s latest include a tote bag, poster & signed print whilst stock lasts.
  • This Is The Kit. Order Kate Stables’ new’un for the chance to win a test pressing & handwritten lyric sheet.
  • The Mountain Goats return with a collection of loose & spontaneous sounding indie folk.
  • Morbid doomsters Pallbearer have just been announced for Leeds’ extreme metal fest Damnation next year.
  • Experimental label Matière Mémoire bring the limited-edition goods from the likes of Charlemagne Palestine, Jim O’Rourke, Giuseppe Ielasi & more.
  • Indie folk songwriter Laura Veirs’ latest features spots from Jim James, Bill Frisell, Karl Blau & M. Ward.
  • Mali group Songhoy Blues capture their live energy with a rock-ier record than usual.
  • CHAI & Hinds. The Japanese group who’ve recently signed to Sub Pop team up with the Spanish indie quartet.
  • Icelandic goth-psych genre mashers Singapore Sling enjoy some Good Sick Fun.
  • Purveyors of warped noise rock Magik Markers come up with the scariest album title ever..
  • Sparkle Division. William Basinski’s latest embraces jazz, funk, disco & lounge. Yep, really!
  • Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Marcos Valle. Soul & hip hop production meets a Brazilian musical legend.
  • Indie folk songwriter Skullcrusher has a misleading name that’s for sure…
  • Leeds fuzzy-psychsters Magick Mountain release their debut record ‘Weird Feelings’.
  • Bartosz Dziadosz & Tomasz Mrenca’s eerie & cinematic collaboration sounds like a horror score.
  • Sparkle In Grey’s Matteo Uggeri’s latest mixes gorgeous post-rock & serene ambient.
  • Sweet-voiced reggae hero Horace Andy brings together many a dub cut.
  • Belgium has many an exceptional heavy band around right now & Brutus are one of them.
  • The third LP from indie/chillwave duo Palace Winter lands on Tambourhinoceros.
  • Dubstep/140 favourite Commodo is back with more bass-heavy system breakers.
  • US folkie Sam Amidon’s latest lands on blueberry vinyl. Mmmmmmmm….
  • Space rockers White Hill’s new one is inspired by the likes of Cab Voltaire & Einstürzende Neubauten.
  • From Manchester to Germany, A Certain Ratio take a trip to Berlin.
  • Rick Simpson fully reworks Radiohead’s ‘Kid A’ in a jazz style.


  • The Fall. The man whose Frenz Experiment expanded.
  • The debut from Yorkshire post-punk/dream pop group bdrmm gets a colour repress.
  • Prog-sludge metal favourites Baroness bring their first three to picture disc.
  • ‘Shades’ from Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Gray project gets a triple LP reissue.
  • Here’s a long-awaited reissue of Chapterhouse’s slept on second outing.
  • Stoner rock favourites Fu Manchu load two EPs together & throw in some garage-found extras.
  • Glaswegian chamber poppers The Bathers reissue a trio of records.
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s Original Soundtrack celebrates its 45th year with a timely reissue.
  • I Am Kloot. Anyone know what this album is called?
  • Swedish stoner metallers Monolord bring their heavy riffs & ridiculous tones to colour wax & instrumental versions.
  • Portray Heads’ favourite of Japanese minimal synth returns to wax.
  • Counterculture cuckoo Ken Kesey is joined by straight-edge favourites The Grateful Dead here on ‘The Acid Test’.
  • Triple hit of one man black metal from USBM favourite Xasthur.
  • King Crimson. A box set fit for a (Crimson) king.
  • Beastie Boys. They’ve rebadged it you fool!
  • Finding Coil’s dizzyingly mammoth discography a bit daunting? Get onto this.
  • A Chavez favourite celebrates a quarter of a century with a remastered version.
  • Nicolas Jaar releases a 1LP version of a recent ambient-electronic cracker. 

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Featured albums

Jim Ghedi
Bartosz Dziadosz & Tomasz Mrenca
Matteo Uggeri
Rick Simpson
A Certain Ratio
Nils Frahm
Singapore Sling
White Hills
Sam Amidon
Bruce Springsteen
Horace Andy
Magick Mountain
Beastie Boys
Adrianne Lenker
John Frusciante
The Bathers
The Bathers
The Bathers
King Crimson
Ela Minus
CHAI & Hinds
Ken Kesey
The Fall
Nicolas Jaar
Portray Heads
Magik Markers
Keaton Henson
The Mountain Goats
Songhoy Blues
Laura Veirs
Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Marcos Valle
Sparkle Division
This Is The Kit
Palace Winter
Fu Manchu
I Am Kloot