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Update Featuring Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Melody’s Echo Chamber, Stuart Staples, Low.

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  • Album of the Week. Not a second’s hesitation about this one.
  • Two new titles on Polytechnic Youth to pre-order.
  • It’s Dad Day on Sunday. Why not get him a record...or a gift voucher!
  • STOP PRESS AGAIN! We have more copies of the ‘loser’ edition of the Low album up for pre-order.  


The day has arrived. Finally, after years of political wrangling, secrecy, underhand deals, interminable waiting, anguish and now sheer anticipation...we have a brand new office phone. And also the World Cup starts. Come on you {insert team here}.

But remember that football and music are not mutually exclusive. You can still buy records during the tournament. You can still buy records when it’s sunny. And you can still buy records when you're feeling skint, because they make such a good investment. Records such as these below.    


Marcus Rashford.  

  • Johnny Marr. Always welcome on our shelves but don’t bring your mate.  
  • Girls Names have made a record bleak enough to soundtrack England’s group stage knock out.  
  • Stuart Staples of Tindersticks may look like DC Tosh Lines but you should hear his new record.
  • Melody’s Echo Chamber makes her breathy psych pop but adds in utter lunacy.
  • Just like John Parish in the spring.   
  • Heroin in Tahiti give us pretty much everything they did in the studio.
  • Jason Williamson of the Sleaford Mods has written a book of short stories.  
  • Arthur Buck. Double sunglassed duo contrive to make a so-so 90s Beck album.  
  • Now they are quite popular Protomartyr have made a new friend.   
  • Tangents are either late for the post rock party or early for the revival.
  • Witch Mountain. That Mountain.
  • Lay Llamas prove that psych rock is never ever ever going to go away.
  • Mourn do that band-photo-as-old-school-family-photo thing.
  • Rural sound practitioner El Heath does the rural pop from rural Wales.
  • Yuno writes sunny day perky pop to get him his dream move to New York.  
  • We need to talk about Kevin Krauter.
  • Spacemen 3’s Sonic Boom, Zombie Zombie’s Etienne Jaumet and Celine Wadier re-define La Monte   Young as Infinite Music
  • Mucky and charming lo-fi from Connections.  
  • Marvellous teak-stained Go-Betweens pop from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever.
  • Her Name is Calla are as windswept as today’s...um... wind.
  • Dos Santos do frenetic and well-calibrated post-rock.


Marcus Mumford.  

Ant’s Electronic Round-up:

Just missing Peverelist in order to complete his Panini Techno Sticker Album.

  • Lean and mean, mind-bending modular dancefloor weapons from Blawan.
  • Fellow Drexciya fiends rejoice as a Transllusion EP of unreleased trax from an unearthed DAT is out via Clone Aqualung Series.
  • Marbled wax EP of gargantuan, growling technoid bone rattlers from JK Flesh.
  • Ambitious project from Leon Vynehall on Ninja Tune incorporating literature, music, film, and photography.
  • James Ferraro imagines a dystopian world where society is enslaved by digital networks. Sound familiar?
  • Limited mini-album of crisp electro drums and glistening synths from DMX Krew.
  • D.H.S ‘Mind Control reissie EP. Sought after Ben Stokes productions from 2001, originally issued on his and Jack Dangers' Tino Corp label.
  • Audio memoirs from ultra-prolific Hieroglyphic Being.
  • Lowfish dusts off his 808 for an EP on Suction.
  • Clear vinyl split EP of absorbing ambient/drone from Chihei Hatakeyama / Vida Vojić.
  • Ambienti Coassiali reissue of ethereal, minimalist ambient from 1988, created using only a Yamaha DX7 and two track Revox A77 tape machine.
  • Equiknoxx 7" of modern dancehall to nice up the area.
  • Godzilla electro stompers from Deadly Avenger on fancy coloured wax.
  • Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook’s ‘Dark Side of the Moog’ series vinylized.
  • Tasty X-Altera album on Ghostly aka Tadd Mullinix in D&B mode.
  • Neil Campbell smudges and blurs the essence of some formative goth influences into his ‘Unholy Dump’ (resist fine local curry house jape) CDr on Sonic Oyster.
  • New age/ambient/kosmische action from Brendon Anderegg of Mountains.
  • Repress of Convextion’s pristine interstellar Detroit Sci-Fi electro album ‘2845’.


These are mere specks.

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Words: Clint and Ant.
Work:   Kim, Jamie, Benn, Robin, Daoud, Phil, Nathon and a beautiful scent.    

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