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  • After being marooned in a small beach town in Brazil at the start of the pandemic, California-born Gene On Earth eventually made it home to Berlin As the reality of the global situation sunk in, he set to work on his second album, working in an obsessive daily rhythm After gathering an arsenal of samples and inspiration he...
  • Grad_U joins the Kontakt artist family with two amazing dub trips for the floor and the the opening track gets a dub-treatment by the Mojuba label boss himself under the Oracy moniker Limited coloured...
  • Sweden's The Vertex were, along with The Moderns, one of the country's first mod-revival bands Smalltown teens with big time dreams, they spat out mod/punk/pop stompers in the early 80's, before gradually digging themselves deeper into the psychedelic sounds of the 60's and then closing business in 1987 But their legacy and legend...
  • Ivo Neame’s twisting grooves and harmonic ingenuity have helped establish his distinct voice in international contemporary jazz The celebrated Phronesis pianist returns to Whirlwind for Glimpses of Truth, a powerful artistic statement marking the first time Neame’s big band compositions have been committed to disc Neame’s...
  • Emergency & I is the third album by American indie rock band The Dismemberment Plan, released in 1999 by DeSoto Records It was produced by J Robbins and Chad Clark At its release, the album was met with critical...
  • Opening with ‘A Day After A Night With You’, Eris Drew draws on elements of 90s big beat with a propulsive twist, adding chest-rattling bass notes to anchor the track’s eyes-down 4/4 rhythm The track’s throwback sensibilities push to the fore further with an infectious soul vocal sample and vintage feeling synths,...
  • Gargantuan, untamed riffs initiate an extinction-level event in your ear canal with this staggering platter of soundwave plowing ‘60s thunder Royal Aircoach created a teenage riot all over the northeast, with a lone 45 as the only recorded evidence of their sonic sedition But the arrival of Open Up Your Mind turns the Royal...
  • A heady and adventurous experience with ever-shifting elements of jazz, fuzz guitar, blues rock and psychedelia! Graffiti's origins can be traced back to 1967 and the dissolution of The Hangmen, a popular Washington, DC-area garage rock act well noted for the proto-punk stylings of their singles "What a Girl Can't Do" and "Faces"...
  • As fired up as ever before, Pixies will release their eighth studio album ‘Doggerel’ via BMG ‘Doggerel’ is a mature yet visceral record of gruesome folk, ballroom pop and brutal rock, haunted by the ghosts of affairs and indulgences, driven wild by cosmic forces and envisioning digital afterlives where no God has provided...
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    A recently-found copy master of the original 1977 Track Records tape, without mud! This classic punk album, recorded in London by the NYC band featuring two New York Dolls, was always controversial - and not just for the acronym On release in 1977 on Track Records, it was widely condemned in the press for having a "muddy mix" -...
  • BDP's first album--and the only one to include the late DJ Scott La Rock--sounded harder than hell when it came out in 1987 Though the simple beat-box patterns on a few tracks sound dated, most of La Rock's tracks are bluntly effective, especially the AC/DC riff he appropriates on "Dope Beat" And KRS-One still performs most of...
  • Joe Bataan’s classic debut album Gypsy Woman is set to be reissued in remastered, audiophile-worthy format later this year The seminal 1967 record, which includes the hits “Gypsy Woman” and the first-ever recording of “Ordinary Guy”, will be re-released on Craft Latino on September 16 The King Of Latin Soul’s first...
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    Art-funk pioneering siblings ESG’s 2002 ‘come-back’ album returns on vinyl to celebrate 33 1/3 years of Fire LPs Originally issued some 20 odd years after their massively sampled DJ ’s favourite, Come Away With ESG album, this one catches the Scroggins sisters barely changed from their original sound, still dealing in...
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    "The whole point of this record was to share every emotion that I feel," says The Soft Moon's Luis Vasquez "No two songs are the same It's about existing in the world as a human being and experiencing many emotions and experiences throughout life" And so hence the title Exister, a record rooted in the ecstatic joys and...
  • Wilco's legendary 4th studio album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, was originally released on April 23, 2002 It delivers ten songs that have since become favorites among fans and critics alike It scored a perfect 10 on Pitchfork, which hailed the album as “complex and dangerously catchy, lyrically sophisticated and provocative, noisy and...
  • Wilco's legendary 4th studio album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, was originally released on April 23, 2002 It delivers ten songs that have since become favorites among fans and critics alike It scored a perfect 10 on Pitchfork, which hailed the album as “complex and dangerously catchy, lyrically sophisticated and provocative, noisy and...
  • West Mineral return with a followup to Mister Water Wet’s 2019's subtropical ambient slow-burn debut ‘Bought the Farm’, expanding Iggy Romeu's horizons to contrast feverish Afro-Caribbean ambient jazz with jaunty illbient and atmospheric freakouts Low-lit heat that’s highly recommended if yr into Nick León, Carlos Niño,...
  • Pressed to whitelabel by popular demand, and with a bonus cut not found on the late ’21 digital drop, ‘DRS X’ takes its place as a mad flex between Italian sound alchemist Nino Pedone (Shapednoise) and Kenyan bass futurist Freddy Njau (aka Slikback), deploying ratchet mutations of bass-boosted Memphis drill, spiralling...
  • Keith Fullerton Whitman brings his 3-part Generators series for Japan’s NAKID label to a close with a third and final instalment that ravishes the senses with hybrid analogue/digital systems tekkerz Hazing into a solemn start of floating organ and slurred drums, the first part fizzes into action with pranging irregularities,...
  • Two totemic Norwegian artists bombard and fizz the senses with a powerful invocation of metal and noise energies on a new album for Stephen O’Malley’s radical Ideologic Organ imprint The thrilling complex of ’Higgs Boson’ furthers Runhild Gammelsæter & Lasse Marhaug’s fascination with the field of physics following...
  • Pure Raï fire from Algeria on the ever-searching Nashazphone label - an absolute must for anyone snagged on contemporary, Arabic North African music by EEK/Islam Chipsy or DJ Plead’s sunstroke ‘Relentless Trills’ classic Sending a plume of prevailing heat from the Oran region on Algeria’s Mediterranean coast, Cheba...
  • First time vinyl edition of a legendary, self-titled 2014 album from sax improviser Harutaka Mochizuki and Up-Tight guitarist and vocalist Tomoyuki Aoki, deploying distortion and reverb-drenched guitar blowouts contrasted with low-lit sax laments, highly recommended for followers of Les Rallizes Dénudés, classic PSF x Maki...
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    Taking cues from doom metal, smoky ECM avant-jazz plates, dreampop and disorienting GRM classics, Jake Muir and LA psych-sludge mainstay Evan Caminiti join hands on "Talisman", a blacklight-doused set of grim, beatless shimmers that push back on contemporary ambient logic RIYL Terje Rydpal, Earth, Cocteau Twins or Les Disques Du...
  • Prescient jazz-techno mutator Jamie Hodge (Conjoint, Studio Pankow) ushers a long overdue solo debut album, of sorts, with Demdike Stare’s DDS label; an archival harvest spanning his earliest experiments circa his Plus 8 debut thru to ’00s anomalies - hybrid ambient techno jazz and incredibly inventive forerunners of dubbed...
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    The London based trio is set to release their fourth studio album, Hyper-Dimensional Expansion Beam With two singles already unveiled, this latest project synthesises their afrofuturistic endeavours “There’s gonna be a shift because everyone would have had this period of reflection about what it’s all about I think it’s...
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    This special 60th Anniversary reissue of groundbreaking jazz artist Sun Ra’s iconic 1962 album The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra features all-analog re-mastering by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, pressed on 180-gram vinyl at RTI The package includes Tom Wilson’s original liner notes, plus insightful new essays by jazz historian...
  • The record that quietly spawned new movements in contemporary ambient, ‘bblisss’ features early/foundational appearances by kindred spirits Ulla, Pendant (aka Huerco S), Naemi (aka Exael), DJ Paradise (Special Guest DJ, uon) and more Originally released on an elusive tape run back in 2016, it’s now available on a new edition...
  • Andy Stott’s ultra-classic bout of screwed, knackered House is a shapeshifting, hardy perennial whose crushing traction and atmospheric grip has only deepened in the decade (+1) since it was first issued, as part of a now notorious one-two in 2011 beside ‘Passed Me By’ Out of print for almost a decade, it’s now finally...
  • The second release on Tonight’s Dream Records is delivered by Baltimore-based ambient and new-school Kosmische guitar musician PJ Dorsey, better known as Tarotplane The Ektachrome Dawn follows on from the stunning Horizontology (12th Isle) and Light Self All Others (Impatience) He describes the album as a collage of work...
  • Detroit’s deep techno master, Deepchord, makes a more than welcome return to Soma after 5 years With a brand new album dropping, Rod Modell delves deep into his ethereal sonic world to bring you 'Functional Extraits 1' The first single to be taken from the forthcoming album Built in a way that only Deepchord can, he transports...
  • 'Dark Farfisa’ is the debut EP by Bruxula, the studio project of Toronto’s Cosmic JD and Jerusa Leao Firmly rooted in the city’s music scene, JD runs the Hypnotic Mindscapes parties and label whilst Jerusa works as a singer and multi-instrumentalist exploring traditional and fusion sounds centered around a Brazilian music...
  • It gives me the greatest honour to finally be able to announce the release of this amazing triple vinyl masterpiece by log(m) and Laraaji on Invisible, Inc It's been over a decade since Laraaji first joined forces with log(m) in their Canadian studio in early 2007 Over the following ten years the trio recorded many hours of...
  • Latest release in the ‘Artist Code’ series as always a focus on eclecticism, open-mindedness, divergence and non-conformity Expect to hear a wide range of electronic music from house, techno, electronica, spoken word, hip hop cherry picked by Laurent Garnier & Scan X COD3 QR wants to remain free of all expectations and...
  • The musical partnership of Joseph Shabason and Nicholas Krgovich orbits around a shared center of earnestness, slice-of-life poeticism, and the subtle everyday banality that becomes beautiful, even absurd, under their slight redirection Where 2020's Philadelphia placed domestic interiors under a microscope, documenting the indoor...
  • Hailing from Ancaster, Ontario, Carl Didur has been an enigmatic fixture of Toronto’s underground music community for close to two decadesOriginally traversing the Golden Horseshoe with The Battleship, Ethel, a band which sprung from his first outfit CEDRUMATIC, Didur soon moved to Toronto Throughout the mid-2000’s he could be...
  • Husker Du really hit its stride on this sprawling 1984 release Zen Arcade established the band as one of the leading lights on the American indie scene The 23 songs are loosely linked to a narrative structure about a young man who leaves home, only to discover the world to be as oppressive and full of hypocrisy as home life had...
  • Growing up in his hometown of Atlanta, artist/producer Sol Messiah has always been inundated with the rich and energizing spirit of Hip Hop culture Breakdancing from a young age eventually led him joining the legendary Rock Steady Crew out of New York City and learning and mastering the skill of DJing From there, he began...
  • This previously unreleased album by the Horace Tapscott Quintet was unearthed from master tapes in the Flying Dutchman archives Recorded in 1969 and was intended to be a follow-up album to the classic 'The Giant Is Awakened' which was released that year The iconic pianist and composer Horace Tapscott was one of the most unique...
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    Ali Farka Touré is well known as one of the most influential and talented guitarists that Africa has ever produced His legacy and impact are hard to overstate Ali’s sound merged his much-loved traditional Malian musical styles with distinct elements of the blues, singing in the local languages of Fulfulde, Tamasheq, Songhay and...
  • Their third album in as many years, 1995’s The Future of What is an unrelenting, constructivist masterstroke The Olympia trio’s signature sound— grinding bass, syncopated drums, and fragmented guitar over measured yelps— ratchets past the thread into a strippedout metallic slurry Equal parts noise and adrenaline, the...
  • Basement Beehive - The Girl Group Underground Available here on Standard Double LP Amazing compilation Who do we become when we live our dreams It’s all here - the high hairdos, the dreams and schemes, the tender camp, the wedding bell fantasias and chaste tragedies Sister acts, studio receptionists, classmates, angelic...
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    It could only be called alchemy, the transformative magic that happens during the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' most tuned-in moments in the studio, when their unique chemistry sparks opens a portal, and out comes a song like "Maps" or "Zero" or the latest addition to their canon, "Spitting off the Edge of the World featuring Perfume Genius" -...
  • The Movers were titans of South African soul who left a legacy of countless songs of pure groove On The Movers 1970–76, Analog Africa presents 14 of the finest tracks from the band’s undisputed peak “I first discovered The Movers on my very first “record safari” in 1996 Twenty-five years later I’m still grooving to...
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    Through the writing of these songs and the making of this music, I found my way back to the world around me – a way to reach nature and the people I love and care about This record is a sensory exploration that allowed for a connection to a consciousness that I was searching for Through the resonance of sound and a beaten up old...
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    Marisa Anderson is one of the most eminent guitarists working today Her lucid, eloquent approach to guitar music and composition has established her as an unparalleled artist and an insightful, coveted collaborator Anderson’s work draws on a mosaic of folk musics and lives in conversation with myriad musical traditions Her music...
  • For Record Store Day 2022, Blur will release a special, double heavyweight coloured vinyl edition of their 1998, Japan-only remix compilation Bustin’ + Dronin’ featuring mixes of tracks from their 1997 eponymously titled, number one album Originally only available as a 2-CD set including a Radio 1 John Peel session, only a...
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    Joni Mitchell was at a turning point 50 years ago After making four acclaimed albums with Reprise Records, including her 1971 masterpiece Blue, she left the label to join the brand-new Asylum Records in 1972 Over the next seven years, Mitchell would record some of the most acclaimed music of her career while changing her musical...
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    Nils Frahm returns with an expansive new album, ‘Music For Animals‘, his first fresh studio material since 2018’s ‘All Melody’ and 2019’s associated ‘All Encores’ Containing ten tracks and clocking in at over three hours long, it’s an ambitious and compelling set different to anything Frahm’s released to...

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