- Due tomorrow: Joe Hisaishi - Studio Ghibli reissues.
- Best of Last Week. Let’s take one last look at the Top 6 before we move on…
- Best of Last Month. A bit shorter than usual because Robin is a traitor.
- Last chance to take advantage of our month-end reductions
Dreary isn’t it? Classic November. Cheer yourself up by looking at your computer/device and seeing what records we are droning on about this week. There could be something you’ll want amongst this little lot.
- Satisfied Volkswagen Golf owner J Mascis.
- Did you like the Bohemian Rhapsody film? Then try Muse.
- Bibio issues more rusted textures from his cottage.
- Sun Kil Moon. Music will never get worse than this no matter how hard it tries.
- Smoky and soft songwriting from Rivulets.
- The Wave Pictures bang out another. Recorded while merry apparently.
- Posthumous collection of recordings by soul man Charles Bradley
- Seventh (!) album by Belfast guitar janglers Sea Pinks.
- 3 CDrs of racket from Noyzelab.
- Brainy Berlin DJ and producer Objekt.
- Previously Stephen Steinbrink made two lovely albums everyone ignored. Now it’s time to wheel out the backstory.
- Ace solo artists Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore collide. Expect lots of plucks.
- BEAST is Koen Holtkamp the Mountains guy.
- These Goat 7”s are flying out.
All else New In that has arrived so far….
- Fleet Foxes get in early with the re-issue box set program. Don’t panic though, it’s only ten years since their debut.
- Sufjan Stevens and all his Christmas things in big box.
- Stereolab’s Peng! and The Groop Played Space Age Batchelor Pad Music re-issued on clear wax!
- There’s a case for making The Beatles 1968 double album folly less long but here it is instead longer.
Check out our release schedule timeline where we also miss stuff out off a list.
How to buy music, beautifully.
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- From Orange Juice to Broadcast: our guide to the best Indie Pop
- From Talk Talk to Swans: our guide to the best Post-Rock
- From Black Sabbath to Pig Destroyer: our guide to essential Metal
- From Neil Young to Ryley Walker: our guide to the best singer-songwriters
- From Jaws to Star Wars: Genre-Defining Soundtracks
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- All our recent restocks.
- We're confident we can match almost any vinyl price. Try us.
- Indies-only vinyl. All the stuff only available to nice independent retailers like us.
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