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    When RIP came crawling out of the sewers of Portland, OR four years ago, their grimy, sleazy street doom was already a fully formed monstrosity that quickly infected the minds of everyone it encountered At the time, no one expected its depravity to take such fierce hold, and yet, here it is, sheltering in place and / or stealthily...
  • Spirit Adrift refuses to slow down With Enlightened In Eternity, Nathan Garrett, alongside drummer Marcus Bryant, has created yet another monument to the timelessness of heavy metal And while this album builds on the sizable foundation established by previous releases, it also sets itself apart in formidable new ways, widening the...
  • "Bonkers double album by former THIRD WORLD WAR singer/chopper guitarist, TERRY STAMP, clocking in at 80 minutes with 20 tracks that have never been released on vinyl before Recorded between 1980-1989 in Terry's converted cellar/bomb shelter Raw, rough, and honest Real working class music for working class people The only...
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    Luke Stewart (of Irreversible Entanglements, James Brandon Lewis Trio, Heroes are Gang Leaders, etc) steps out on his first release as a leader in this Charles Mingus-esque debut Quintet features Edward Wilkinson, Jr, Ken Vandermark, Jim Baker and Avreeayl...
  • From Johnny Thunders’ personal tape archive, this recording is among hundreds of live, studio and writing session tapes he stored away for safe keeping in a box simply labeled “Thunders Tapes” Cleaned up and mastered, the attempt is to reveal the recordings Thunders felt worthy of keeping and to release only the best...
  • The Zits were a short-lived phenomenon, forming in February 1981 and disbanding upon graduation from Oakton High School in late May Initially dubbed Nic Beery and The Zits, the group quickly shortened things to The Zits while rehearsing and playing a mix of basement parties, high school events, and community centers Within a few...
  • In the horror genre, sequels are perfunctory As the insufferable film bro Randy explains in Scream 2, “There are certain rules that one must abide by in order to create a successful sequel Number one: the body count is always bigger Number two: the death scenes are always much more elaborate—more blood, more gore Carnage candy...
  • On December 26th, 2018, Emily Cross received an excited email from a friend: Brian Eno was talking about her band on BBC radio “At first I didn’t think it was real,” she admits But then she heard a recording: Eno was praising “Black Willow” from Loma’s self-titled debut, a song whose minimal groove and hypnotic refrain...
  • The album, produced by renowned Memphis multi-instrumentalist Booker T Jones (of Booker T & The MG’s fame) will be released via Book Records, a new imprint formed by Berninger and Jones in conjunction with Concord Records In celebration of the upcoming release—the first on the new imprint—Berninger is premiering the...
  • Following highly praised releases by Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo, Leonardo Marques, Xenia Franca, and Moons, 180g and the legendary Disk Union continue to explore the best of today’s Brazilian music scene with this wonderful psychedelic and funky pop album by Rio de Janeiro’s Gus Levy: Magia Magia The mystical universe...
  • Born in Texas but raised in Riverside, California, Quinn Harris first started playing music in 1954 when he saved up his paper route money for an alto sax At a young age, Harris was influenced by jazz greats John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Eugene “Jug” Ammons, and Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis After a stint in the military...
  • Little is known about Norman Feels…but we do know that he was an underground soul sensation in the 1970s He released two classic albums on Just Sunshine Records (the label that was also responsible for putting out milestone recordings by artists like Betty Davis, Karen Dalton and Arica) Over the years, Norman’s songs have...
  • For over two decades, Atmosphere has maintained a course of rigorous output, releasing over two dozen studio albums, EP's and collaborative side projects in as many years In that time, the venerated duo have built a legacy out of bringing honesty, humility and vulnerability to the forefront of their music, continually challenging...
  • The ATROCITY death metal classic TODESSEHNSUCHT will be re-released on vinyl including the DEATH Cover...
  • First released on May 23rd 1995, Gone Glimmering remains an unparalleled slab of visceral rock-action 25 years on -- evoking the spooky power and mystery of ’70s hard-rock while charting a course toward a future guitar music where dissonance, hooks, and brain crushing beats might thrillingly exist at once Freshly...
  • Eels release their highly anticipated new album Earth to Dora via E Works The album was produced by band leader Mark Oliver Everett aka E, and performed by E, Koool G Murder, The Chet and P-Boo Just one song was done in the thick of the early pandemic days, Are We Alright Again, which is kind of a quarantine daydream It includes...
  • Pennsylvania native Keith Kenniff’s output as Goldmund has established him as one of the preeminent composers of minimal piano-based ambient music alongside peers like Hauschka, Dustin O’Halloran, and even Ryuichi Sakamoto, who himself once described Kenniff’s work as “so, so, so beautiful” His recordings tread sincerely...
  • In these strange and viral times, music may not be able to save but it can certainly salve; and we’ve never needed such unguents as we do now Thank goodness for Hot Chip, then If you’ve ever wondered what a bath full of ecstasy might actually sound like then step this way, take off your bathrobe and relax into this aural...
  • Los Angeles-based harpist Mary Lattimore returns with Silver Ladders, the full-length follow-up to acclaimed album Hundreds of Days Since 2018, Lattimore has toured internationally, released collaborative albums with artists such as Meg Baird and Mac McCaughan, and shared a friends-based remix album featuring artists such as...
  • songs and instrumentals are two distinct collections, both written and recorded in April after Big Thief’s March tour was abruptly cut short due to coronavirus  After returning to the states from Europe, Lenker decamped to a one room cabin in the mountains of western Massachusetts  “I grew really connected to the space...
  • Veteran NYC based Scottish electronic musician Drew McDowall's latest work is his loftiest, most liturgical, and least industrial outing to date — and potentially the apex of his recent discography Named after an ancient Greek word for votive offering, Agalma exudes a hooded, devotional aura, creaking and keeling under vast...
  • Mac Miller's breakout mixtape KIDS, which dropped in 2010, is finally coming to streaming services this year The news arrived via Rostrum Records founder Benjy Grinberg, who announced the news on Instagram last night alongside a heartfelt tribute to the late artist Grinberg's post featured the KIDS (Kickin Incredibly Dope Shit)...
  • On the first of March, 2020, John Darnielle, Peter Hughes, Matt Douglas, and Jon Wurster, aka the Mountain Goats band, visited legendary studio Sam Phillips Recording in Memphis, TN Darnielle armed his band with new songs and reunited with producer Matt Ross-Spang who engineered last year’s In League with Dragons In the same...
  • Summer 2020, and No Age are back out on the street! Effortlessly raw and extravagantly indulgent in one practiced swoop, they set their live/bedroom internal clock and get out early into a glorious windtunnel of naked beats and sunbaked guitars, forming a wave from which they hang eleven tunes A perfectly balanced set, ranging...
  • No Trend’s negging anti-hardcore exploded out of Baltimore in 1983, harshly contrasting DC's straight-edge punk scene Confrontational, sarcastic and righteously set against the faddish ways of youth subculture, No Trend’s nihilistic rejection of punk was itself a vital punk-rock expression The band continuing to writhe in...
  • It’s been four years since Sweatbox Dynasty, the fourth solo LP from Pennsylvanian experimentalist TOBACCO In that time, Tom Fec’s project has toured with Nine Inch Nails, provided the theme song to HBO series Silicon Valley, and teamed with Aesop Rock for a collaborative album as Malibu Ken He now returns to Ghostly...
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    Nonsuch is the ninth in a series of XTC Classics to be issued on a 200 gram vinyl edition The album has been mastered by Jason Mitchell at Loud Mastering with input from Andy Partridge & is fully approved by XTC The album is the most requested vinyl reissue by the band as it was only on vinyl for a short period towards...
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    If now the time for voodoo amulets and protective talismans, sharpened swords and unbreakable shields, it’s also a moment for music to assume its highest form as a healing art, a source of benevolent spells, and a refuge from the chaos After all, the best creators are always those that tap into the telluric current that exists...
  • Nu Vision is Nipponese modernist kosmische that is therapeutic, multicolored, and strange "With chopped-up kabuki howls and moonlit koto plucks placed ecstatically around floral billows of ambience and candy-coated synthesis, it at least approximates a picture-book about traditional Japan cut-up and recombined to become...
  • Skullcrusher is, by all accounts, an exploration of the ways you become yourself when you aren’t looking – and how that feels once you start paying attention It’s a quiet power; a hushed celebration of the tiny, understated subtleties that culminate into knowing yourself On her debut EP, songwriter Helen Ballentine...
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  • William Basinski’s Sparkle Division drop this sexy bomb of an album for optimum distraction from the world outside, properly surprising this one Working closely with his studio guy, Preston Wendel, Basinski reveals a whole other side to his vibe, cracking out his sax in sultry and free-jazzing style over killer rhythm tracks...
  • Since signing with Rhymesayers in 2015, Sa-Roc has continued to both invigorate and grow her fanbase with a string of singles, accompanied with powerful and visually enthralling music videos, including "Forever", which has over 4 million views on YouTube In that time, she has continued to cultivate and sharpen her skill sets, and...
  • In 1974, Jeremiah Sand and his nascent cult The Children Of The New Dawn decamp LA for the Shasta Mountain region and Redding, CA  They set up shop, begin printing leaflets, hold gatherings and start growing their ranks through recruitment  Jeremiah and the Children are not necessarily an odd addition to Redding in 1974 ...
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    The new 12 track album from highly acclaimed rapper Open Mike Eagle Featuring production from Black Milk, Gold Panda and Frank Leone this is the follow up to ''Brick Body Kids Still Daydream'' which made year end lists from NPR to Pitchfork First new OME album in 3 years Guest verses from Kari Faux and Video Dave ''I'm A...
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    The incredibly elusive band Sault release their debut album 5 on Vinyl via independent record label Forever Living Originals The record fuses African, soul, funk and post-punk vibes amongst other flavours With support from Radio 6's Lauren Laverne and USA's KWRC and KEXP, the band are set to go from strength to strength becoming...
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    The mysterious Sault return with album number three This is the most essential album for 2020 The 18 track album is an absolute joy whilst delivering a powerful message Each tracks title nods towards revolution, expression and a celebration of black culture The sound once again mixes R&B, funk, soul and hip-hop together...
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    Without pausing for breath and hot on the heels of their exhilarating debut album 5, the elusive Sault return with their sophomore full length titled 7 The signature hybrid of funk, dance, post-punk, soul and disco is front and centre once again, confidently delivered with their typical fearless nature If 5 had you out of your...
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    Victory For The Comic Muse was first released in 2006 Recorded virtually live in the studio over a two-week period, 'Victory' showcased Neil's restless creativity and his flair for observation and narrative Singles from the album include To Die A Virgin, Diva Lady and live favourite A Lady Of A Certain Age The album has been...
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    In 1990 Neil Hannon started recording and releasing under the name The Divine Comedy Thirty years and twelve great albums later, Hannon is rightly adjudged one of the finest singer songwriters of his generation To celebrate, Divine Comedy Records are remastering and reissuing nine of the band's classic albums The reissues will be...
  • Fin de Siècle was first released in 1998 Chock full of millennial angst, it was the band's most ambitious album to date The album charted at number 9, but it was the third single from the album, National Express, that provided The Divine Comedy with their first top ten single Other stand out tracks from the album...
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    Casanova was the band's third album and the first to bring real success First released in 1996 it explored and dissected a world of casual affairs, loose morals and a thousand anxieties in between Singles Something For The Weekend, Becoming More Like Alfie and The Frog Princess became chart hits and airplay staples while an...
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    With three albums of electrified folk experimentation firmly under his belt, Stephen Wilkinson aka Bibio struck gold with 2009’s Ambivalence Avenue Having spent years at the forefront of the dubiously-titled ‘folktronica’ movement, Wilkinson successfully shirked off the expectations of genre with his critically-lauded fourth...
  • Carpathian Forest from Norway formed in 1990 They began their recording career with the cult demo 'Bloodlust & Perversion' in 1992 Since then the band has recorded multiple albums and are known as one of the elite bands to emerge from Scandinavia in the 1990s Originally released back in 2002, Were Going to Hell...
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    Easily one of the most important records ever made, John Coltrane's A Love Supreme was his pinnacle studio outing that at once compiled all of his innovations from his past, spoke of his current deep spirituality, and also gave a glimpse into the next two-and-a-half years Utilizing the skills of the top mastering engineers and the...
  • Beverly Glenn-Copeland’s music radiates with beauty, compassion, and a belief that change is always possible He’s paved a unique path for himself—beginning his career with a series of jazz-inflected solo albums in the early 1970’s, he spent over 20 years as a beloved children’s television writer and performer (on...
  • Since 2008’s debut album Krülle Bol, This Is The Kit (lead by Kate Stables) have unpicked emotional knots and woven remarkable stories, but even by their high standards, Off Off On is a beautifully clear distillation of Stables’ song-writing gifts By the end of 2018, the band had finished touring their last album, the...
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