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New in: Tuesday 30th August 2016

James Blake
The Colour In Anything

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So many layers, so beautiful. It's impossible to pick a favourite on this, so I'll list several tracks that took my fancy."Radio Silence", "Love Me in Whatever Way", "I Hope My Life", "My Willing Heart", "I Need a Forest Fire"...well, you get the idea. It's just an amazing piece of work. With JB, Radiohead, and Beyonce (yes, I realise that is weird combo to put in to the same sentence) all coming out with new music within a week of each other is very pleasing. …view full details.

The Cure
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me

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The Cure
Three Imaginary Boys

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The Cure
Faith

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The Cure
Pornography

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The Cure
Seventeen seconds

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The Cure
The Top

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Universal continue in their valiant efforts to gradually reissue the whole hefty catalogue of The Cure to vinyl. The Top is their fifth album, first released in 1984. It’s an unusual entry in The Cure discography, recorded with an experimental attitude that took in psychedelia, Spanish guitar, Middle-Eastern sounds and even a little metal.…view full details.

The Glove
Blue Sunshine

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Reissue LP on Universal - Robert Smith (The Cure) and Steven Severin (Siouxsie & The Banshees) collaboration

Alan Silverstri
Back To The Future - Complete Original Score

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Despite accompanying one of the major film series of a generation, and being a thrilling suite of music in its own right, Alan Silverstri’s original soundtrack to Back To The Future has never been released on vinyl before! No longer. Here it is released as a double LP on heavyweight 180g wax in a gatefold sleeve embellished with some rather stylish new artwork. Released by Mondo.…view full details.

David Wingo
Mud - Original Motion Picture Score

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Mondo present the first pressing on vinyl for the soundtrack to the 2013 Matthew McConaughey film Mud. Original score tracks by David Wingo, as well as featuring tracks performed by Lucero, Ben Nichols, Jeff McIlwain and The Dirty Three. Includes exclusive interviews with Wingo and director Jeff Nichols.…view full details.

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Tobacco
Sweatbox Dynasty

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Tobacco is the solo joint of the dude who has done so much good work for Black Moth Super Rainbow, as well as production and remix credits for the likes of HEALTH and Aesop Rock. Sweatbox Dynasty, the fourth Tobacco album, is a set of big, lo-fi synth-noise-pop, tuneful and textured with delicious fuzz. On Ghostly.…view full details.

Night Beats
Sunday Mourning

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Desert-dwelling psych-rock trio Night Beats provide a cool, shades-wearing look back to the good old days of acid-fried rock bands ruling the roost. But this 12” release takes a sharp turn in the other direction, letting producer Jono Ma apply the remixers scalpel and a drum machine, creating a somewhat different beast. Sunday Mourning is out on Heavenly.…view full details.

Pearl Jam
Off He Goes / Dead Man

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Pearl Jam reissues! As well as 2 mid-90’s albums, we have the accompanying singles: here is Off He Goes / Dead Man from 1996’s experimentally-leaning No Code. We’re told that the song is essentially about Eddie Vedder himself being a bit of a dick. Now re-pressed on 7” vinyl by Legacy, in an edition of 500.…view full details.

Pearl Jam
Who You Are / Habit

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High time for some Pearl Jam reissues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the No Code-heralded next phase of their career. As well as the albums, we have the singles: Who You Are / Habit was the first single from No Code. The drums and sitar-heavy sound was pretty surprising new territory for Pear Jam, and it ruffled a few feathers. Now re-pressed on 7” by Legacy.…view full details.

Pearl Jam
Hail Hail / Black, Red, Yellow

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It's time for some Pearl Jam reissues! As well as two mid-90’s albums, we have the accompanying singles: here is Hail Hail / Black, Red, Yellow from 1996’s experimentally-leaning No Code. Although Hail Hail is a proper rocker really... Now re-pressed on 7” vinyl by Legacy, in an edition of 500.…view full details.

Pearl Jam
Given to Fly / Pilate & Leatherman

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Pearl Jam reissues! As well as 2 mid-90’s albums, we have the accompanying singles: here is Given To Fly from 1998’s Yield, backed with Pilate & Leatherman. Moody smouldering alt-rock songcraft of the kind that Pearl Jam truly excel in. Now re-pressed on 7” vinyl by Legacy, in an edition of 500.…view full details.

Pearl Jam
Wishlist / U & Brain of J (Live)

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Pearl Jam reissues! As well as two mid-90’s albums, we have the accompanying singles: here is Wishlist from 1998’s Yield, backed with U and a live version of Brain of J. Proper old alt-rock Pearl Jam songcraft, apparently recorded more or less as an improvisation. Now re-pressed on 7” vinyl by Legacy, in an edition of 500.…view full details.

Pearl Jam
No Code

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High time for some Pearl Jam reissues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the No Code-heralded next phase of their career. No Code found the band kicking back against their success with a wider, more experimental range of sounds: a bit of psych, a bit of garage. This reissue, the first vinyl release for the album since back-in-the-day, is out on Legacy.…view full details.

Jamie T
Trick

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Popular rap rock dude Jamie T is back after a gap of two years with more massive ear worms that you'll know even if you claim otherwise. Lead single 'Tinfoil Boy' is both emo-tinged and moshpit friendly which bodes well for an album of expansive /punk/reggae/rap/pop that is sure to be one of the years bigger releases. He's one of the ok ones this lad.    …view full details.

Beach Baby
No Mind No Money

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The kindly named Beach Baby continue to make a watery indie pop as much in reverence to the clean-as-whistle nostalgia vibes of Mac DeMarco and Hospitality as it is to the weird scrambled egg rawk of older lo-fi acts. 'No Mind No Money' is their new record and it's written in tribute to that post-university time where you're just doing a bunch of stuff and hoping something sticks.…view full details.

Vince Tempera
Paganini Horror

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High drama on the soundtrack to Paganini Horror, a 1989 flick from Luigi Cozzi. Vince Tempera’s soundtrack is literally one of the most 80’s things you’ve ever heard, with gated-reverb drums, hair-metal guitar wailings and creepy electronics all over the shop. This is the first time it has been released on vinyl too! On Sub OST.…view full details.

David Allred
Woods

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8/10 according to our Jamie

The human voice: making music since forever. Long before recording technology came about, anyway. When it works, it really works. Am I right? When used in combination with others voices or accompanied with acoustic instrumentation it can produce the most affecting results, but I don’t need to tell you that. Why am I telling you that? Well, because the music here falls into the ‘very…view full details.

New in: Monday 29th August 2016

Odion Iruoje
Down To Earth

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Odion Iruoje mostly stayed behind the desk, producing stacks of amazing music by Fela Kuti, Mono-Mono, Geraldo Pino and many more. But he couldn’t resist showing off his own mighty musical prowess at least once: Down To Earth is his only solo album, and it's a colourful mix of disco and  Nigerian funk. This Soundway reissue is the first time that Down To Earth has been in print for decades: what a…view full details.

New in: Friday 26th August 2016

DMX Krew
Mini-Owner

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Veteran producer DMX Krew drops 6 new lively ones on the world. The contents of Mini-Owner are wonderful: shiny, sunny and happy without lapsing into predictability. Proper-electro funk rhythm-churn and colourful summer-evening synthlines flying all over the place: lovely work. Released via Holland’s Shipwrec label.…view full details.

Kiyoko
Causeway / Dear Friends

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Kiyoko travels into outer synth-space on Causeway, the first side of this 10”. Astral shimmer and deep pads, with a rhythm so slow you could mistake this for an ambient track. On the B-side, Dear Friends is a little more lively, seemingly coming from a tropical seaside rather than the deep cosmos. Strong work on either side, all on marbled 10” vinyl. On Samurai Horo.…view full details.

Ancestral Voices
Night Of Visions Remixed Part 1 (Abdulla Rashim / ASC & Sam KDC)

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Ancestral Voices’ 2015 Night of Visions was a deep and minimal affair, and Samurai Horo are revisiting it with remixes that completely reimagine them from Abdulla Rashim and ASC & Sam KDC on part one. Rashim’s brings shimmering shakers over tribal percussion and a galloping kick where ASC & Sam KDC go heavier and darker with harsh hi-hat flurries, atonal drones and dropping into a heavy kick drive…view full details.

SPACEROCKS
Space Rocks

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SPACEROCKS pulses and throbs its way through the cosmos, broadcasting wild synth jams into your mind and body. This is the electronics-only project of Steve Webster of Higamos Hogamos (and many other outfits). The Space Rocks EP is so dedicated to vintage analogue electronics that it is released in a limited edition of precisely 303 copies! 12” on Invisible Inc.…view full details.

Leo Anibaldi
Phase II [Donato Dozzy / Marcus Henriksson Remixes]

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Leo Anibaldi digs up a pair of tracks from his distant past (the originals of ‘Always From Reality’ and ‘Aeon’ were released in 1992 and 1994 respectively) and hands them over for reconsideration by two other producers. Both Donato Dozzy and Markus Henriksson work some carefully considered magic with these dubby techno classics, available on 12” from Cannibald.…view full details.

Donato Dozzy
Cassandra

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Claque Musique give Donato Dozzy's 2015 12" Cassandra a new lease of waxy life for those ears that were closed at the time. Well, get them open, cos there's a heady wave of warm house/techno on lead track/opus 'Cassandra', while things get a lot more mouth-harpy on the DJ tool 'II' but none less rhythmical. Gan 'en, Dozzer.…view full details.

Levon Vincent
NS-14

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Levon Vincent goes full-on acid on side A of NS-14, as ‘Birds’ burbles over a jackhammer groove. It’s the flip side that’s had the interweb agog, though; Levon’s gone and done a techno cover of, erm, Mike Oldfield’s ‘Tubular Bells’. No, we’re not kidding. Great for exorcising dancefloor demons to. 12" on Novel Sound.…view full details.

Primal Scream
100% Or Nothing

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They're not bad lads are they? Certainly Bobby and co are very happy with Anton Newcombe's mix of the '100% or Nothing' track which also features small shorted trio Haim. The lads describe it as slow and claustrophobic so even though if you asked me normally I'd prefer to hear nothing rather than 100% of Primal Screams music, I might make an exception for this.  …view full details.

Dinosaur Jr
Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not

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7/10 according to our Clinton

Like his beloved Volkswagen Golf,  J Mascis’s Dinosaur Jr are solid, dependable, possibly a little dull but get the job done. The main issue when listening to this is how to explain to Robin how good the original Dinosaur Jr sounded back in the ‘80s? Well time changes everything and whereas they then …view full details.

New in: Thursday 25th August 2016

Kate Carr
I Had Myself A Nuclear Spring

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9/10 according to our Laurie

For this one, Kate Carr retreats to possibly the most depressing French town ever, where the river frequently floods, no shops or cafes exist, no one is there, and the National Front just got voted in. Still, she uses the river to her advantage, recording all the birds, bees and sloshings before embellishing them with melodic tones and flecks of guitar. It sits quite (un)comfortably bet…view full details.

Aethenor
Hazel

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8/10 according to our Robin

In which Stephen O’Malley screams “we have to go deeper” and continues to dive into the metalception netherworld. Once again enlisting his buds in Ulver, who now prioritise electronic beatwork atop their black metal CV, the Sunn member who isn’t Greg also gets jazz drummer Steve Noble into the studio for a record of dark,…view full details.

Cass McCombs
Mangy Love

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7/10 according to our Clinton

I don’t know what it is with Cass McCombs. I own and enjoy several of his records yet when he releases a new one I’m not all that bothered and as I place the needle on his latest opus I am somehow surprised that it sounds really good. I should know this by now to trust him but there’s something about Cass that I just take for granted. Th…view full details.

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Various
Day Of The Dead EP

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Remember that 'Day of the Dead' mammoth compilation thingy the National curated? Well 4AD have released a limited edition 12" vinyl of the four song 'Terrapin Station (Suite)' with folks from Grizzly Bear, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, TV on the Radio, Sonic Youth and of course the National present. All profits with go to the Red Hot Organisation to help fights HIV and AIDS around the world. …view full details.

New in: Wednesday 24th August 2016

Elizabeth Parker at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Living Planet

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8/10 according to our Laurie

It’s now time to ask the all-important question: what music did the Radiophonic Workshop members not make? It seems we’re snowed in by the number of nostalgic sci-fi bleeps and surreal dream-scene vistas from Derbyshire, Hodgson & co, but they’ve still got new things to offer in abundance. This time round we have then-newly-joined member Elizabeth Parker, one of w…view full details.

Warpaint
New Song

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4/10 according to our Clinton

Meeting in plush LA office, Spring 2016.  Exec: Ladies, well done on your last album. Lovely music but....we don't hear a hit. Warpaint: But what we are about is creating a body of work that takes time to settle in. We don't do pop hits. Exec: Well that's it for Warpaint unles…view full details.

Magic Trick
Other Man's Blues

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Singer songwriter Tim Cohen lives on a ranch with horses but when he gets away from all that he plays remarkably grand sounding pop noir with pals from Aislers Set and Beach House. Sounding on first play not unlike Gene Clark's 'No Other' this opus could appeal to fans of Fleet Foxes, Father John Misty, Ennio Morricone and Nick Cave. …view full details.

pg.lost
Versus

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A blast from the post-rock past! pg.lost tend to bring the heavy side of beautiful, while also implementing songwritten affectations and treated vocals. On Versus they ditch that and go a lil' bit electronic, utilising synth to offset their muddy, heartbroken sound. For fans of the more guttural post rock a la Russian Circles and Caspian.…view full details.

Kvelertak
Meir

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More sheer flaring action from Norwegian devil-horners Kvelertak (whose name, you might be interested to know, translates to ‘chokehold’). They have deep roots in both the extreme metal and the riff-ed-up rock-n-roll worlds, blending both into a fierce guitar storm. The Meir album is their second, first released in 2013 and now receiving a purple-tinged re-pressing on Indie Recordings.…view full details.

Blue Marvin Orchestra
Codice d'Amore Orientale

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Codice d’Amore Orientale is an old Italian film that looks like it might be just a little bit erotic. Film composer Alberto Baldan Bembo plays up to context by adopting the moniker Blue Marvin and directing his musicians to play some pretty wild funky experimentalism that could certainly get you in the mood. LP reissue as part of Schema’s SCEB Series.…view full details.

Piero Umiliani
Percussioni ed Effetti Speciali

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Piero Umiliani was seemingly never out of the studio during his prolific film and library music career. Percussioni ed Effetti Speciali is a set of percussive experiments: some pure and weird and abstract, some with a lot of swing to them. As ever with Umiliani, the quality is high throughout. Double LP reissue as part of Schema’s SCEB Series.…view full details.

Shafiq Husayn
On Our Way Home (feat. Fatima & Jimetta Rose)

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A tantalising preview of Shafiq Husayn’s exciting second album The Loop. The single On Our Way Home moves along with both classic soulfulness and Brainfeeder-esque beat science, while guest vocalists Fatima and Jimetta Rose sing with fire and sunlight. Released as a single-sided 12” on Eglo.…view full details.

Saturn and the Sun
Focus On the Centre Of Your Skull

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8/10 according to our Laurie

The second album from psych power-synth group Saturn and the Sun once again promises to invade your cranium, and that’s just the title of the LP. This is my head, my rules. How do I know that you’re not agents from the government sending out these sounds to brainwash and nullify the population? Huh?? Truth is, this is music for people to space out to and talk about how the g…view full details.

Human Rays
A Tension

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7/10 according to our Laurie

I was gonna write something about how it’s fun trying to review cold ambient music while the sun’s blazing in and hip-hop is snapping into the left earphone, but the truth is, it’s not. It’s really fucking difficult and now I’m all sullen. Not even this fish sandwich can help. Argh. Human Rays is a noisy folk who has released many cassettes prior to this, o…view full details.

Cara & Mike Gangloff with the Great American Drone Orchestra
Knock on Life's Door

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8/10 according to our Robin

There’s a Great American Drone Orchestra? Cool. Can I join? Please take me with you. If ever this crew of psychedelic instrumentalists could make an opus, it may just be ‘Knock on Life’s Door, a record in which experimental couple Cara and Mike Gangloff come to the fore to shape, stretch and shatter some American traditionals. You might know “Moon River” as that fa…view full details.

Tomorrow The Rain Will Fall Upwards
Wreck His Days

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7/10 according to our Robin

Tip: if you really want the rain to fall upwards, just cry while standing on your head. Works every time. I won’t hold it against this most strange electronic crew for not being privy to that life hack, though, and anyway, congratulations are in order: ‘Wreck His Days’ is another masterful record of uncanny unpop. With whispered hints of post-dub, ambient and what they call &l…view full details.


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