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Freefloater (remastered)
  1. Elapse (6:48)
  2. Hubble (6:49)
  3. Fleagle (7:55)
  4. Thirteen (6:20)
  5. Skank (9:32)
  6. Tortoise (7:17)
  7. Ting (7:00)
  8. Pinkgreen (7:50)
  9. UHI (0:31)
  10. Taz (9:33)
Review: To celebrate the album's 25th birthday, Bobby Bird has decided to release a freshly re-mastered version of his second studio album as Higher Intelligence Agency, Freefloater. It further distils the saucer-eyed musical template he developed (initially with the assistance of then studio partner Steve Chandra Savale) on 1993 debut Colourform. That means a decidedly intergalactic, frequently psychedelic blend of IDM electronics, mind-mangling TB-303 lines, dub basslines, ambient textures and mutant electro beats. It's considered by many to be an "ambient electro" classic and we'd have to agree. Thanks to Bird's painstaking re-mastering work, it also sounds better than ever.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $28.63
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Plus
Plus (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 338. Rel: 20 Nov 20
  1. DekDre Scap B (2:44)
  2. 7FM ic (5:56)
  3. marhide (3:39)
  4. ecol4 (14:49)
  5. lux 106 mod (5:03)
  6. X4 (12:23)
  7. ii pre esc (4:47)
  8. esle 0 (3:12)
  9. TM1 open (11:06)
Review: We won't make the obvious joke about buses - you know, the one about waiting ages for an Autechre album and then two turn up pretty much at the same time. But we will say this. If Plus, the second of Sean Booth and Rob Brown's two albums to drop within a fortnight of each other after a lengthy absence, were a bus, it wouldn't be headed out on any recognisable route that we know about. You might find the odd bit of scenery that feels vaguely familiar - the tension-laden strings of 'ii pre esc' or the scrambled drum & bass machinations of 'X4', but in the pair's hands they are splintered and re-assembled very much in their own image, one foot in the frenetic exhortations of electro and the other deeply planted in the land of industrial experimentation. Closing track 'TM1 might bear a slight resemblance to the squelchy acid of Drexciya, for instance, but its occasionally four-to-the-floor beats stop and start with a wonderfully disorientating playfulness. Brave and original, as ever, this is not for the faint hearted but at the same time takes you places you never thought you'd encounter.
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 in stock $22.74
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Tokyo Dreaming
Tokyo Dreaming (gatefold 2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: WWSLP 40. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "The End Of Asia" (6:22)
  2. Mariah - "Shinzo No Tobira" (4:45)
  3. Chika Asamoto - "Self Control" (4:15)
  4. Jun Fukamachi - "Treasure Hunter" (4:00)
  5. Yumi Murata - "Watashi No Bus" (5:43)
  6. Hitomi 'penny' Tohyama - "Rainy Driver" (4:28)
  7. Yumi Seino - "La Maison Est En Ruine" (4:42)
  8. Kyoko Furuya - "Tokyo" (5:52)
  9. Kazue Itoh - "Chinatown Rose" (3:48)
  10. Kazumi Watanabe - "Tokyo Joe" (4:06)
  11. Juicy Fruits - "Jenie Gets Amgry" (3:47)
  12. Haruo Chikada & Vibra-tones - "Soul Life" (4:03)
  13. Colored Music - "Heartbeat" (5:44)
  14. Akira Sakata - "Room" (3:55)
  15. Yasuaki Shimizu - "Semi Tori No Hi" (4:28)
  16. Shigeo Sekito - "The Word II" (3:02)
Review: If you've got even the slightest interest in the cutting edge, synthesizer-heavy Tokyo scene of the 1980s, this killer compilation from Japanese music crate-digger Nick Luscombe and Wewantsounds is simply essential. It features tracks plucked from the vaults of cult labels Nippon Columbia and Better Days, with Luscombe offering up inspired selections that variously touch on deep synth-pop, electro, post-punk experimentation, jazz-funk, ambient and what would now be classic as Balearica. It's such a good collection that we're finding picking highlights difficult, though our current faves include the disco-tinged punk-funk of Juicy Fruits' 'Jenie Gets Angry', the slow-motion jazz-funk of Yumi Murata, Chiko Asamoto's smooth and sensual synth-pop, and the synth-reggae eccentricity of Akira Sakata.
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 in stock $28.06
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Point Of View
Point Of View (140 gram vinyl double 12'')
Cat: INSTINCT LP02. Rel: 16 Nov 20
  1. Show Me (4:05)
  2. Bloodhound (4:08)
  3. Pistolwhip (4:50)
  4. Sunstream (5:39)
  5. Select (4:42)
  6. Still Here (3:09)
  7. Twister (5:35)
  8. Ravin Crew (4:32)
  9. Reaction (3:37)
  10. Ripsnorter (5:15)
  11. Hologram (4:06)
  12. Operation (5:17)
Review: Burnski's Instinct project continues to gather steam with the release of a second album following last year's Still Life, which established the Leeds tech house veteran as a serious player in the new wave of UK garage. The ideas come thick and fast on Point Of View, flowing from the aqueous 2-step funk of 'Pistolwhip' to the 4x4 uplift of 'Sunstream', but the strongest moments come when the sound design collides with formidable bassweight on the likes of 'Select'. This is primarily a collection of club tackle, but it's packed with enough shade and depth to reach beyond the dance for all those other moments when you need a little shuffle in your life.
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Played by: Robert James, INSTINCT
 in stock $21.33
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New Energy
New Energy (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TEXT 046LP. Rel: 11 Oct 17
  1. Alap (1:22)
  2. Two Thousand & Seventeen (4:11)
  3. LA Trance (5:31)
  4. Tremper (1:36)
  5. Lush (5:10)
  6. Scientists (4:50)
  7. Falls 2 (1:04)
  8. You Are Loved (6:08)
  9. SW9 9SL (7:53)
  10. 10 Midi (5:20)
  11. Memories (1:06)
  12. Daughter (4:52)
  13. Gentle Soul (1:14)
  14. Planet (8:33)
Review: If you were judging Kieran Hebden's 11th Four Tet studio album merely on the way it's presented, you'd immediately think he'd spent the last two years immersed in early '90s ambient house albums. While it's unlikely he's done that, it's fair to say that New Energy does owe a debt to classic electronica sets from that period. For all the exotic instrumentation and subtle nods to post-dubstep "aquacrunk" experimentalism and chiming, head-in-the-clouds sunrise house, the album feels like a relic of a lost era. That's not meant as a criticism - New Energy is superb - but it is true that his choice of neo-classical strings, gentle new age melodies, sweeping synthesizer chords and disconnected vocal samples would not sound out of place on a Global Communication album.
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 in stock $24.43
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In Rainbows
XL
Cat: XLLP 324. Rel: 02 Jan 08
  1. 15 Step
  2. Bodysnatchers
  3. Nude
  4. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
  5. All I Need
  6. Faust Arp
  7. Reckoner
  8. House Of Cards
  9. Jigsaw Falling Into Place
  10. Videotape
Review: "In Rainbows", Radiohead's seventh album, finally gets a physical release! It's one thing downloading this landmark album, but to actually hold this is something special. Not only do you get increased sound quality, but you also get the amazing artwork from Stanley Donwood. This album includes "Nude", a live favourite for many years that was originally written during the "OK Computer" sessions. More minimal that their "Kid A" period, "In Rainbows" does something that very few albums have done - its sound is distinct from previous Radiohead albums, but is still clearly Radiohead. Hail to the kings, they are back on top form. Get this album while you can.
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 in stock $22.74
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In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country
  1. Kid For Today
  2. Amo Bishop Roden
  3. In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country
  4. Zoetrope
Review: When it comes to a reissue such as this it can't be understated just how arresting the work of Boards of Canada can be in the right situation. This EP, that came to light in between Music Has The Right To Children and Geogaddi, represents the enigmatic duo at their most powerful, channeling their energy into four long-form tracks that draw on all of their combined strengths. "Kid For Today" is haunting and dark but utterly heartbreaking, whilst "Amo Bishop Roden" heads into more mysterious territory. "In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country" is eerie in its titular invitation to join a cult, and "Zoetrope" tips its hat to Terry Riley et al in its looping phrases, but really there's no describing the magnificence of these gems, pleasingly reissued on vinyl to beat the Discogs chancers.
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Played by: M50
! low stock $11.79
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DE:10.07
DE:10.07 (limited heavyweight pink vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 026C. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. Spacetime Continuum - "Only One Sky" (6:02)
  2. Scanner - "Mothlit" (6:42)
  3. Ross 154 - "Eath To Our Freinds" (8:03)
  4. Leo Anibaldi - "Crion" (5:10)
Played by: Shine Grooves
 in stock $12.34
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Sign
Sign (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 329. Rel: 16 Oct 20
  1. M4 Lema (8:43)
  2. F7 (5:47)
  3. Si00 (5:30)
  4. Esc Desc (4:50)
  5. Au14 (5:05)
  6. Metaz Form8 (5:59)
  7. Sch Mefd 2 (5:25)
  8. Gr4 (3:16)
  9. Th Red A (6:33)
  10. Psin AM (6:17)
  11. R Cazt (7:16)
Review: So, how long have you been waiting for this one to drop? The answer really depends on two things - whether you've just been waiting for new long form material from the UK IDM legends Autechre, or whether you've been waiting for Autechre to put a proper album together that stays true to the principles and format of a 'proper album', as this does.

Either way let's just say Sign has been some time in the making, and it's definitely a case of payoff for patience. For the most part it's the waves of space age melody that really stand out, tracks like 'Esc Desc' seem to fill the room with bands of sci-fi harmony. Of course there's plenty of glitch and bleep here, too - the stepping 'Au14' is a case in point - alongside rumbling, bass-heavy business like 'Si100', where playful drips of percussion create a juxtaposition of innocence and menace.
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 in stock $22.74
10
Plus
Plus (CD)
Cat: WARPCD 338. Rel: 20 Nov 20
  1. DekDre Scap B
  2. 7FM ic
  3. marhide
  4. ecol4
  5. lux 106 mod
  6. X4
  7. ii pre esc
  8. esle 0
  9. TM1 open
Review: We won't make the obvious joke about buses - you know, the one about waiting ages for an Autechre album and then two turn up pretty much at the same time. But we will say this. If Plus, the second of Sean Booth and Rob Brown's two albums to drop within a fortnight of each other after a lengthy absence, were a bus, it wouldn't be headed out on any recognisable route that we know about. You might find the odd bit of scenery that feels vaguely familiar - the tension-laden strings of 'ii pre esc' or the scrambled drum & bass machinations of 'X4', but in the pair's hands they are splintered and re-assembled very much in their own image, one foot in the frenetic exhortations of electro and the other deeply planted in the land of industrial experimentation. Closing track 'TM1 might bear a slight resemblance to the squelchy acid of Drexciya, for instance, but its occasionally four-to-the-floor beats stop and start with a wonderfully disorientating playfulness. Brave and original, as ever, this is not for the faint hearted but at the same time takes you places you never thought you'd encounter.
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 in stock $11.22
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Homogenic
Homogenic (LP)
Cat: TPLP 71. Rel: 20 Sep 97
  1. Hunter
  2. Joga
  3. Unravel
  4. Bachelorette
  5. All Neon Like
  6. 5 Years
  7. Immature
  8. Alarm Call
  9. Pluto
  10. All Is Full Of Love
 in stock $18.24
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Flaming Tunes
Flaming Tunes (limited heavyweight clear vinyl LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: SV 170X. Rel: 04 Nov 20
  1. Another Flaming Tune (1:49)
  2. Beguiling The Hours (3:11)
  3. The Best Weapon (2:36)
  4. A To B (2:52)
  5. Breast Stroke (2:37)
  6. Raindrops From Heaven (5:50)
  7. Restless Mind (3:01)
  8. B To A (2:58)
  9. Golden Age (4:59)
  10. It's Madness (3:28)
  11. Generous Moon (3:19)
Review: Originally released in 1985 on cassette, this self-titled record from Flaming Tunes was their only one. It's a cult home recording that came after collaborative time spent together by childhood friends Gareth Williams and Mary Currie and is influenced by Williams's time spent travelling India and studying classical Kathakali dance. The music was recorded in a house in South London and makes use of piano, bells, clarinets and percussive sounds that are layered up into simple arrangements. The lo-fi melodies, oblique rhythms and hypnotic qualities of it make it a gold standard for anyone who prides themselves on unearthing the more outlier albums out there.
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 in stock $30.88
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Hidari Ude No Yume (reissue)
Hidari Ude No Yume (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP with obi-strip + insert)
Cat: WWSLP 33. Rel: 12 Nov 20
  1. Boku No Kakera (LP1: Hidari Ude No Yume Japanese edition) (4:05)
  2. Saru To Yuki To Gomi No Kodomo (5:10)
  3. Kacha Kucha Nee (4:16)
  4. The Garden Of Poppies (5:42)
  5. Relache (3:54)
  6. Tell 'Em To Me (4:31)
  7. Living In The Dark (5:15)
  8. Slat Dance (2:46)
  9. Venezia (4:42)
  10. Saru No Ie (2:21)
  11. Boku No Kakera (LP2: Hidari Ude No Yume instrumental mix) (4:05)
  12. Saru To Yuki To Gomi No Kodomo (5:11)
  13. Kacha Kucha Nee (4:52)
  14. The Garden Of Poppies (5:40)
  15. Relache (5:06)
  16. Tell 'Em To Me (4:41)
  17. Living In The Dark (5:28)
  18. Slat Dance (2:48)
  19. Venezia (4:42)
  20. Saru No Ie (2:22)
Review: Although widely celebrated as a pioneering and influential work, the original Japanese version of Ryuichi Sakamoto's third solo album, Hidari Ude No Yume, has long been hard-to-find. Helpfully We Want Sounds has secured the rights to reissue it in Europe, pairing the Yellow Magic Orchestra man's original set - complete with sung and spoken Japanese vocals - with a partner disc of entirely instrumental versions. Musically, it remains as vibrant and otherworldly as it did at the turn-of-the-80s, with the great Sakamoto combining elements of jazz, traditional Japanese music, new age, ambient and new-wave with rubbery synth-pop and proto-electro sounds. The fact that it still sounds like nothing else is not only proof of Sakamoto's genius, but also why you genuinely need it in your life.
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 in stock $32.55
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Musick To Play In The Dark (remastered)
Cat: DAIS 155CD. Rel: 04 Dec 20
  1. Are You Shivering?
  2. Red Birds Will Fly Out Of The East & Destroy Paris In A Night
  3. Red Queen
  4. Broccoly
  5. Strange Birds
  6. The Dreamer Is Still Asleep
Review: According to legend, Coil's Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson and John Balance recorded Musick to Play in the Dark in a Victorian mansion in Weston-Super-Mare whilst in the midst of a "drug blur". That could have resulted in a hopeless sonic mess, but instead - as this remastered reissue of the 2000 album proves - the pair somehow managed to craft one of their most alluring, accessible, versatile and poetic albums. Mixing gently melodious ambient motifs and immersive aural textures with more experimental sounds, spoken and sung vocals and a variety of unobtrusive rhythms, the album remains one of the most vivid and enjoyable outings in their vast, action-packed catalogue. Given their track record, you can't get higher praise than that.

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 in stock $12.91
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Komachi
Komachi (limited LP repress)
Cat: MTR 002. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Seto (2:01)
  2. Ike (3:18)
  3. Nami (3:53)
  4. Sento (part 2) (3:03)
  5. Kawnabe Kyosai (part 2) (4:04)
  6. Chouchin (4:24)
  7. Maborosh (3:17)
  8. Sento (part 1) (5:03)
  9. Myo (1:38)
  10. Kawanabe Kyosai (part 1) (8:44)
  11. Shinkai (2:03)
  12. Utano (4:08)
Played by: Kaoru Inoue
 in stock $30.60
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Kid A (reissue)
Kid A (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
XL
Cat: XLLP 782B. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. Everything In Its Right Place (4:07)
  2. Kid A (4:40)
  3. The National Anthem (5:50)
  4. How To Disappear Completely (5:54)
  5. Treefingers (3:44)
  6. Optimistic (5:16)
  7. In Limbo (3:32)
  8. Idioteque (9:39)
  9. Morning Bell (3:18)
  10. Motion Picture Soundtrack (0:54)
 in stock $22.74
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Computer World (reissue)
Computer World (reissue) (limited heavyweight translucent yellow vinyl LP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: 019029 5272302. Rel: 09 Oct 20
  1. Computer World (5:09)
  2. Pocket Calculator (4:58)
  3. Numbers (3:20)
  4. Computer World 2 (3:12)
  5. Computer Love (7:20)
  6. Home Computer (6:21)
  7. It's More Fun To Compute (4:15)
Review: You still won't find a more perfect electro album than Kraftwerk's Computer World, and it was the album that pretty much invented the style. That much is clear from this fresh 2020 reissue, which presents the iconic 1981 set on translucent yellow vinyl, accompanied by a slick booklet of fitting Kraftwerkian imagery. While 'Computer World', 'Pocket Calculator' and 'Computer Love' are near perfect electro-pop songs, it's the sheer heaviness and funkiness of the B-boy friendly beats on 'Home Computer', 'It's More Fun To Compute' and, most famously, 'Numbers' that make it such an essential. Put simply, Computer World still sounds like the future.
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 in stock $24.43
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Crush
Crush (140 gram vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: ZEN 259. Rel: 18 Oct 19
  1. Falaise (1:30)
  2. Last Bloom (1:30)
  3. Anasickmodular (1:30)
  4. Requiem For CS70 & Strings (1:30)
  5. Karakul (1:30)
  6. LesAlpx (1:30)
  7. Bias (1:30)
  8. Environments (1:30)
  9. Birth (1:30)
  10. Sea-watch (1:30)
  11. Apoptose (part 1) (1:30)
  12. Apoptose (part 2) (1:30)
Review: A new album from Sam Shepherd AKA Floating Points is always cause for celebration, but even by his standards "Crush" is rather special. Largely eschewing the ambient jazz soundscape shuffle of 2017's "Reflections - Mojave Desert", it sees the Shepherd showcase his musical dexterity in stunning fashion via cuts that wrap shimmering neo-classical strings around what sound like modular electronics and rhythms that variously touch on broken beat, off-kilter experimental D&B and Autechre-style IDM. Of course there are ambient and experimental soundscapes showcased, but it's the fact that the album contains a swathe of formidably dancefloor-focused cuts in the style that first made him standout that pleases us most. Highlights include recent single "LesAlpx", the dreamy "Anasickmodular" and the "People's Potential" style deep house intricacy of "Last Bloom".
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 in stock $18.24
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Magic Oneohtrix Point Never
Magic Oneohtrix Point Never (gatefold translucent yellow vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: WARPLP 318Y. Rel: 30 Oct 20
  1. Cross Talk I (2:08)
  2. Auto & Allo (3:19)
  3. Long Road Home (1:49)
  4. Cross Talk II (0:48)
  5. I Don't Love Me Anymore (2:54)
  6. Bow Ecco (2:11)
  7. The Whether Channel (6:06)
  8. No Nightmares (4:10)
  9. Cross Talk III (1:23)
  10. Tales From The Trash Stratum (3:15)
  11. Answering Machine (0:41)
  12. Imago (3:06)
  13. Cross Talk IV/Radio Lonelys (1:11)
  14. Lost But Never Alone (1:55)
  15. Shifting (2:28)
  16. Wave Idea (5:14)
  17. Nothing's Special (4:43)
Review: Who hasn't been waiting with bated breath for this? Oneohtrix Point Never's rise to the upper echelons of experimental electronica over the last decade or so has not been without good reason, with his back catalogue innovative and realised with patience and attention to detail, even if the tracks are often chaotic.

2018's Age Of, the Brooklyn-based maestro's previous full length, was his most accessible and traditionally structured, but on this latest - fourth on the seminal Warp Records - he's back in the wildly avant-garde, and looking back at his own past through a retro futurist gaze. The vocoders and strings of alt-pop bomb 'Long Road Home', the crackling 80s power-cum-R&B of 'The Whether Channel' and the warped keys of closing credit-worthy 'Lost But Never Alone', juxtaposed with samples and soundbites from the US broadcasting world that inspired the producer's name.
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 in stock $22.74
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Trans Europe Express (reissue)
Trans Europe Express (reissue) (limited heavyweight clear vinyl LP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: 019029 5272357. Rel: 09 Oct 20
  1. Europe Endless (9:22)
  2. The Hall Of Mirrors (7:41)
  3. Showroom Dummies (6:05)
  4. Trans Europe Express (6:32)
  5. Metal On Metal (2:10)
  6. Abzug (4:43)
  7. Franz Schubert (4:18)
  8. Endless Endless (0:53)
Review: It would be fair to say that 1977's Trans-Europe Express album was one Kraftwerk found their niche. More polished and accessible than its predecessors, the album's blend of futuristic synth-pop songs, trance-inducing electronic grooves and recurring melodic motifs became a blueprint that they would later return to again and again. The B-side suite of train-travel inspired tracks ('Trans-Europe Express' to 'Endless Endless') remains one of their most evocative, atmospheric and perfectly constructed musical works, while opener 'Europe Endless' is arguably one of the most beautiful and life-affirming tracks in their canon. This 2020 edition, pressed to clear vinyl, boasts brilliantly re-mastered sound and a bonus booklet containing iconic images of the band from the period
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 in stock $24.43
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Techno Pop (reissue)
Techno Pop (reissue) (limited heavyweight clear vinyl LP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: 019029 5272159. Rel: 09 Oct 20
  1. Boing Boom Tschak (3:02)
  2. Techno Pop (7:43)
  3. Musique Non Stop (5:42)
  4. Der Telefon Anruf (3:50)
  5. House Phone (4:54)
  6. Sex Objekt (6:49)
  7. Electric Cafe (4:16)
Review: While not one of Kraftwerk's most celebrated albums, Techno-Pop (known on its original 1986 release as Electric Cafe) has actually stood the test of time rather well - as this re-mastered, re-packaged clear vinyl reissue proves. The A-side suite of 'Boom-Boom-Tchak', 'Techno-Pop' and 'Musique Non-Stop' provides the perfect mix of clanking, metallic electro percussion, addictive melodies and sassy synth-pop sounds. 'House Phone' - an alternative version of 'The Telephone Call' - is also amongst the German band's heaviest, most club-ready cuts, thanks in no small part to Francois Kevorkian's superb mixing. As with the band's other 2020 reissues, this edition also comes packaged with a glossy booklet containing rare and iconic images of the group.
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 in stock $24.43
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Autobahn (reissue)
Autobahn (reissue) (limited heavyweight translucent blue vinyl LP + 12 page booklet)
Cat: 019029 5272432. Rel: 09 Oct 20
  1. Autobahn (22:39)
  2. Kometenmelodie 1 (6:22)
  3. Kometenmelodie 2 (5:44)
  4. Mitternacht (3:42)
  5. Morgenspaziergang (4:03)
Review: Autobhan, the 1974 album that began Kraftwerk's ascent to legendary status, is still capable of making the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. The headline attraction remains the absorbing, mesmerising, 22-minute title track, a musical whizz down an imaginary three-lane highway that's as evocative and atmospheric as they come. That said, the album's lesser-celebrated, more experimental flip-side tracks (and in particular the jaunty 'Kometenmelodie 2'), are also inspired. Here it gets the 2020 reissue treatment via a tasty blue vinyl pressing that comes packaged with a 12-page booklet of historic photos and typically utilitarian imagery.
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 in stock $24.43
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1000 Gecs (reissue)
1000 Gecs (reissue) (translucent yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: 007567 8647031. Rel: 13 Nov 20
  1. 745 Sticky (2:22)
  2. Money Machine (1:53)
  3. 800db Cloud (2:21)
  4. I Need Help Immediately (1:22)
  5. Stupid Horse (2:03)
  6. XXXi Wud Nvrstop UXXx (2:55)
  7. Ringtone (2:24)
  8. Gecgecgec (2:22)
  9. Hand Crushed By A Mallet (2:07)
  10. Gec 2 U (3:17)
Review: To coincide with the release of the remix version of the 100 Gecs album, the St Louis-raised duo of the same name has decided to reissue their much-lauded 2019 debut. As critics pointed out at the time (and have done ever since), it's one of the most breathless and imaginative electro-pop albums of recent times, with the pair excitedly mixing and matching elements of hip-hop, grime, trap, synth-wave, synth-pop, dubstep, IDM, experimental electronica, grubby pop-punk, gabber and a myriad of other styles, all served with lashings of vocals put through an auto-tune filter. It's utterly bonkers, to be honest, but undeniably thrilling.
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 in stock $19.37
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We Persuade Ourselves We Are Immortal: Remixes
  1. Future Children - "The Lutine Bell"
  2. Regal Worm vs The Amorphous Androgynous - "Gunter & His Evil Soul Sacrifice Orchestra Play Back Mass A Gogo"
  3. Cobalt Chapel - "Hymortality" (part 1)
  4. The Amorphous Androgynous - "Physically I'm Here, Mentally Far, Far Away" (Excerpt)
  5. Higher Peaks - "In Madness Reigns"
  6. Cobalt Chapel - "Hymortality" (part 2)
  7. Las Trompas De Falopium - "Somos Inmortales Nos Persuadimosi"
  8. Stoned Freshwaters - "Everything Is Easy With A Little Persuasion"
  9. Atomic Simao - "Gravity Bong"
  10. Richard E Further Out - "Our Dominion"
  11. Steve Cobby’s Sweet Jesus - "The Persuader"
  12. The Amorphous Androgynous - "Synthony On A Theme Of Mortality" (part 2)
  13. The Flying White Dots - "Counting Down The Time" (part 2)
  14. The Cuckoo Clocks - "Tomorrow, Time & Immortality"
Review: This set from the Future Sound of London's psychedelic rock-inspired Amorphous Androgynous project is extremely hard to pin down, thanks in no small part to its' boundary-blurring format. Officially a set of remixes of one song - 'We Persuade Ourselves We Are Immortal' - the album is formatted as a seamless, mixtape style musical journey in which recurring musical themes (think melodies, choral vocals, lyrical phrases and orchestral arrangements) slip in and out of ambient soundscapes, dub-influenced electronic beats, psych-rock workouts, crackly samples, field recordings and Lord knows what else. It features a stunningly epic cast of guest musicians, producers, remixes and obscure psychedelic bands, with the result being a brilliant collaborative work that sounds a little like a 21st century rock opera.
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 in stock $12.07
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Brown White
Cat: GOST 016. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. M City (4:20)
  2. Dodik (part 2) (6:43)
  3. Naiv (feat Perila) (5:49)
  4. Tommy III (feat Shumopeleng) (5:05)
  5. Vk Locked Groove (2:00)
  6. Mope (feat Shumopeleng) (6:58)
  7. Multiplication (feat Shumopeleng) (4:50)
  8. Priboi (4:19)
  9. Brown White (feat DJ Anibari) (0:30)
  10. The Spirit (1:33)
Review: Murky, crackly, lo-fi and densely layered, this first full-length excursion from Russian producer Kassir sounds like a snatched recording of a short-wave radio transmission that's come all the way from Moscow. Seeped in noise-seeped sonic textures, sampled voices, static noise, mind-mangling electronics and immersive, sustained chords, Brown White sees the unheralded producer deliver a mix-tape style journey taking in dust-encrusted techno, drowsy IDM, unsettling cloud-rap beats, weirdo experimental electronica and warped jungle. It's a seriously enveloping, atmospheric and entertaining sonic trip, and one that should find favour with all those who love unusual and immersive journeys through sound.
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 in stock $21.06
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Days Of Our Lives
Days Of Our Lives (limited 12")
Doo
Cat: DOO 411. Rel: 01 Dec 20
  1. Doctors Pepper - "Sgt Pepper" (7:10)
  2. Fashion - "U Mind" (6:33)
  3. Fashion - "Blown" (feat Eggman & DJ Spence) (4:47)
Review: It's an utterly heads down, eyes forward affair that kicks off the new Doo EP. Doctors Pepper is the man on the buttons, and he crafts a perfectly distilled minimal techno groove so deep it almost disappears out of sight. Fashion then steps up with 'U Mind', which is just as barely-there, but with a more eerie lead and icy pads. It's heady tackle to get you in a trance. Last of all, Fashion enlists Eggman & DJ Spence to feature on 'Blown', which is a creeping, stuttering bass tune with cavernous beats and late night mischief in the impish synth spirits.
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 in stock $8.97
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INT 001
INT 001 (12" + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: INT 001. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. The Truth Is Elsewhere (10:48)
  2. What Comes Next? (5:08)
  3. Phantasmagoria (6:40)
Review: London-based, Belgian-Congolese artist Nikisi has launched her own label and this is the first release. Given that she has such a unique and singular sound it's a wonder she hasn't started her own thing before now. Cutting utterly loose here she layers up hard, flat drums with white noise and what sound like ancient drones to make for a hard but hypnotic weapon. It's dark but light, controlled but chaotic. 'Phantasmagoria' explores the same dichotomies, with poly-rhythms pummelling away beneath haunting synth drones up top. In between is the glitchy 'What Comes Next?', another stark, inventive track that is challenging yet rewarding.
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 in stock $11.79
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Unnatural History
Unnatural History (limited clear vinyl 4xLP box set + booklet + inserts)
Cat: COIL LPBOX. Rel: 29 Oct 20
  1. Various Hands (3:16)
  2. The Swelling Of Leeches (2:58)
  3. The Pope Held Upside Down (3:28)
  4. His Body Was A Playground For The Nazi Elite (3:21)
  5. Hommage To Sewage (2:14)
  6. Here To Here (Double Headed Secret) (4:42)
  7. S Is For Sleep (3:19)
  8. Dream Photography (3:19)
  9. Comfortable (1:34)
  10. Never (4:48)
  11. Penetralia II (2:47)
  12. Sicktone (3:19)
  13. Red Weather (4:10)
  14. Theme From Blue 1 (2:19)
  15. How To Destroy Angels (16:32)
  16. Airborne Bells (5:19)
  17. Another Brown World (11:29)
  18. Contains A Disclaimer (7:35)
  19. The Hellraiser Theme (2:46)
  20. In Memory Of The Truth (2:59)
  21. Unquiet Rest (2:02)
  22. Wait, Then Return (2:11)
  23. The Hellbound Heart (2:20)
  24. The Box Theme (3:03)
  25. No New World (3:55)
  26. Vanishing Point (1:52)
  27. The Main Title (3:14)
  28. Theme From Blue 2 (2:20)
  29. The Hills Are Alive (4:06)
  30. First Dark Ride (10:53)
  31. Baby Food (12:29)
  32. Music For Commercials (8:45)
  33. Panic (12" version) (7:45)
  34. Feeder (7:45)
  35. Neither His Nor Yours (2:49)
  36. Wrong Eye (4:04)
  37. Meaning What Exactly (3:22)
  38. Scope (4:42)
  39. Lost Rivers Of London (7:40)
 in stock $98.80
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The Man Machine (reissue)
The Man Machine (reissue) (limited heavyweight translucent red vinyl LP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: 019029 5272333. Rel: 09 Oct 20
  1. The Robots (6:12)
  2. Spacelab (5:54)
  3. Metropolis (5:58)
  4. The Model (3:41)
  5. Neon Lights (8:50)
  6. The Man-Machine (5:31)
Review: There isn't a more hit-packed Kraftwerk album than The Man Machine. First released in 1978 and here reissued on red vinyl accompanied by a fresh booklet of vintage images, the album boasts some of the German band's best loved songs, including 'The Robots', cheery sing-along 'The Model', the staggeringly good 'Neon Lights', and the bubbly title track. It shows how good the album is that such gems as 'Metropolis' and the picturesque 'Spacelab' - cuts that most other bands would kill to be able to write - tend to be ignored or overlooked. If you love electronic music, you need a copy of The Man Machine in your collection.
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Touching The Sublime
Touching The Sublime (limited gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SSV 18. Rel: 05 Oct 20
  1. A Warm Place (6:00)
  2. Pele & Surtr (12:42)
  3. The Iliad & The Odyssey (11:49)
  4. Hypoxia (6:51)
  5. Tectonic Monument (10:30)
  6. Idiis Mortii (7:44)
  7. Entropy8 (7:19)
  8. Eyeless Through Space (8:06)
Review: Canadian minimal veteran Tomas Jirku has been a little quiet of late, but now he makes a welcome and unexpected return with something quite different for Silent Season. You can hear echoes of his earlier work in the soundscapes he's sculpted across Touching The Sublime, as high-definition sonic manipulation draws on his experience and eye for detail in wielding music technology, but rather than creating pointillist rhythmic structures, he's more concerned with billowing clouds of ambience. It's easy to draw parallels with the likes of Tim Hecker, but there's space for more techno-oriented productions in the midst of the maelstrom. Epic in scope and powerfully rendered, this is an album that will feed your head for a long time to come.
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 in stock $22.45
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Sahko: The Movie Soundtrack EP
Cat: SAHKO 029. Rel: 30 Oct 20
  1. O - "Scene 1" (6:50)
  2. O - "Scene 2" (1:53)
  3. O - "Syvays" (3:40)
  4. O - "Scene 3" (1:27)
  5. Panasoni - "Scene 4" (1:33)
  6. Panasoni - "Scene 5" (2:28)
Review: Here's a rare treat for fans of the late, great Mika Vainio: the first ever release of a recently re-discovered soundtrack he created (both solo, as "O", and alongside Ilpo Vaisanen and Sami Salo as Pan Sonic) for Jimi Tenor's long-forgotten 1994 experimental film, "Sahko: The Movie". Fans will love it: the solo "O" material, showcased on the A side, is icy, hypnotic and often bleep-laden ambient techno of the sort Vainio excelled at earlier in his career. The Pan Sonic material on the flipside, meanwhile, is deep, droning and mind-altering electro-acoustic ambience that's up there with the very best of their work. In other words, you need this in your life.
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A Guide For Beginners: The Voice Of Silver/A Guide For Finishers: A Hair Of Gold
  1. Amethyst Deceivers (CD1: A Guide For Beginners: The Voice Of Silver)
  2. The Lost Rivers Of London
  3. Are You Shivering?
  4. Ostia (The Death Of Pasolini)
  5. Where Are You?
  6. At The Heart Of It All
  7. A Cold Cell
  8. Batwings (A Limnal Hymn)
  9. Who’ll Fall?
  10. The Dreamer Is Still Asleep
  11. Panic (CD2: A Guide For Finishers: A Hair Of Gold)
  12. First Dark Ride
  13. Further Back & Faster
  14. The Anal Staircase
  15. Red Skeletons
  16. Scope
  17. Solar Lodge
  18. Blue Rats
  19. AYOR
  20. The First Five Minutes After Violent Death
 in stock $17.41
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Hotel Nota
Hotel Nota (LP repress)
Cat: SFERIC 0TEL. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Thalassocratie (4:55)
  2. Longe Cote (5:25)
  3. Trace Palmaire (4:19)
  4. Le Bematiste (3:26)
  5. Sablage (3:17)
  6. Hotel Nota (3:33)
  7. Penombre (2:44)
  8. Du Rocher (4:21)
  9. Ekphrasis (5:20)
  10. Raccordement (3:27)
  11. Balayage (1:43)
Review: Manchester's Sferic welcomes label debutant Romeo Poirier for an evocative ambient trip that captures similar heights as his 2016 record "Plage Arriere." It's made up of brass sounds, found sounds, sampled sounds and plenty of grainy lo-fi textures that can be cloudy and muggy or warm and romantic depending on your perspective. It will have you gazing off into the distance either way, narrowing your eyes as you try to identify the seamless fused sounds and hazy visions off on the horizons. It's relaxing and cathartic in a new, cliche-free way and provides a real excuse to escape the daily grind.
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 in stock $20.49
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MP Productions EP1
MP Productions EP1 (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WAP 448. Rel: 13 Nov 20
  1. Be Like Water (3:44)
  2. Rakatak (5:07)
  3. J Is For (7:25)
  4. LFO Special (3:03)
  5. One Way Mirror (7:36)
  6. In My Heart (4:38)
Review: Aside from a handful of tracks made available via his own website, Mark Pritchard hasn't released much in the last few years - though as this first EP as MP Productions shows, he's kept himself busy. More sharply club-focused than many of his albums, the six-track set sees him bounce between his melodious and summery take on early noughties eight-bar grime ('Be Like Water'), dreamy, high-tempo post-IDM lusciousness ('In My Heart'), next level lo-fi acid jack ('J Is For...'), child-scaring Drexciyan electro heaviness ('One Way Mirror') and an insanely percussion and bass-heavy take on gqom ('Rakatak'). The EP also includes his infamous and sough- after re-wire of LFO's 'LFO', here titled 'LFO Special', which re-imagines the bleep & Bass classic as a future dancehall anthem.
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The Eraser
XL
Cat: XLLP 200. Rel: 06 Jul 06
  1. The Eraser
  2. Analyse
  3. The Clock
  4. Black Swan
  5. Skip Divided
  6. Atoms For Peace
  7. And It Rained All Night
  8. Harrowdown Hill
  9. Cymbal Rush
Review: As Radiohead tour the world and then regroup to record their new album, Thom Yorke releases his own record, 'The Eraser' on XL Recordings. A collection of nine new songs, the record was written and played by Thom and was produced by Nigel Godrich. Variously hailed as "The Best Band In The World" (Q Magazine), "Rock's Best Live Band" (Rolling Stone) and the band were placed at number 1 of Spin Magazine's 40 most influential artists, Radiohead has arguably become the most acclaimed and adventurous force in modern music. Over six studio albums the group have proved that it is possible to make massive creative leaps whilst continuing to grow in worldwide stature. Their records set new benchmarks for others to aim towards, whilst their live shows reach levels of intensity and exploration that few can match.
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Music Has The Right To Children
Music Has The Right To Children (gatefold 2xLP + sticker)
Cat: WARPLP 55R. Rel: 18 Oct 13
  1. Wildlife Analysis
  2. An Eagle In Your Mind
  3. The Color Of The Fire
  4. Telephasic Workshop
  5. Triangles & Rhombuses
  6. Sixtyten
  7. Turqoise Hexagon Sun
  8. Kaini Industries
  9. Bocuma
  10. Roygbiv
  11. Rue The Whirl
  12. Aquarius
  13. Olson
  14. Pete Standing Alone
  15. Smokes Quantity
  16. Open The Light
  17. One Very Important Thought
Review: Widely regarded as Boards of Canada's finest hour, Music Has The Right To Children finds itself the subject of a well-deserved 2LP gatefold reissue from Warp Records. One of the most defining records of what was known for better or worse as IDM still sounds as timeless as it did in 1998, as the library tones of "Wildlife Analysis", thick downtempo rhythms of "Roygbiv" and out of focus melodies of "Olson" prove. Essential!
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 in stock $22.45
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Radio Activity (reissue)
Radio Activity (reissue) (limited heavyweight translucent yellow vinyl LP + 16 page booklet)
Cat: 019029 5272388. Rel: 09 Oct 20
  1. Geiger Counter (0:53)
  2. Radioactivity (6:41)
  3. Radioland (6:00)
  4. Airwaves (4:48)
  5. Intermission (0:20)
  6. News (1:22)
  7. The Voice Of Energy (0:56)
  8. Antenna (3:41)
  9. Radio Stars (3:40)
  10. Uranium (1:22)
  11. Transistor (2:06)
  12. Ohm Sweet Ohm (5:35)
Review: To our ears, 1975's Radioactivity is Kraftwerk's most ghostly and otherworldly album. It was famously their first set made entirely with electronic instruments - some home-made - and now sounds like a bridge between the more krautrock-style hypnotism of the earlier Autobahn and the slicker, more tuneful albums that followed it. In other words, it's as weird, alien and otherworldly as it is ground-breaking and pop-leaning. This 2020 reissue is well worth picking up, not least because it comes pressed on translucent yellow vinyl and comes accompanied by a glossy, 16-page booklet full of iconic Kraftwerk images.
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 in stock $24.43
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All The Time
All The Time (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDBLP 051. Rel: 24 Jul 20
  1. Anyone Around (2:49)
  2. Lick In Heaven (4:27)
  3. Face (3:22)
  4. Badly (4:18)
  5. Alexander (3:55)
  6. Ice Creamy (3:37)
  7. Like Fire (3:01)
  8. Baby Love (3:33)
  9. Over & Over (4:48)
  10. All The Time (4:27)
Review: Four years have passed since Jessy Lanza last offered-up an album, the Jeremy Greenspan co-produced leftfield space-pop masterpiece that was "Oh No". While plenty has changed in Lanza's working life since then - she now lives in New York and improvises more with "modular and semi-modular" synthesizers - her commitment to delivering a genuinely unique take on 21st century synth-pop remains. Those versed in the work of the Junior Boys will hear the hand of regular collaborator Jeremy Greenspan in the chords, melodies and synthesizer settings, but "All The Time" is undoubtedly Lanza's vision. Combining her usual glassy-eyed vocals and ear-pleasing, often melancholic synth-pop sounds with the colourful vibrancy of future R&B and grooves that subtly reference all manner of styles (dubstep included), it's most perfect underground pop album you'll hear all year.
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 in stock $17.41
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Evident Ware Part 1
VARIOUS
Cat: SNKRLP 005PT1. Rel: 06 Oct 20
  1. SK-1 - "Shockout Fass" (X-Altera remix) (7:25)
  2. Etch - "Monoxide" (6:25)
  3. ZULI - "3ankaboot" (feat Abyusif) (3:37)
  4. Manix - "Special Request" (DJ Guy version) (6:20)
  5. ELLLL - "Sooty Tern" (6:07)
  6. Peder Mannerfelt - "Small Faces" (5:42)
  7. Christoph De Babalon - "Where Are You Going?" (6:31)
  8. DJ Butterfly - "Shorty" (4:01)
  9. Clouds - "Can't Anticipate" (5:24)
  10. Forest Drive West - "Para" (5:12)
  11. Dream Cycle - "ESP" (6:13)
 in stock $26.66
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Tokyo Dreaming
Tokyo Dreaming (unmixed CD)
Cat: WWSCD 40. Rel: 25 Nov 20
  1. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "The End Of Asia"
  2. Mariah - "Shinzo No Tobira"
  3. Chika Asamoto - "Self Control"
  4. Jun Fukamachi - "Treasure Hunter"
  5. Yumi Murata - "Watashi No Bus"
  6. Hitomi Penny Tohyama - "Rainy Driver"
  7. Yumi Seino - "La Maison Est En Ruine"
  8. Kyoko Furuya - "Tokyo"
  9. Kazue Itoh - "Chinatown Rose"
  10. Kazumi Watanabe - "Tokyo Joe"
  11. Juicy Fruits - "Jenie Gets Angry"
  12. Haruo Chikada & Vibra-tones - "Soul Life"
  13. Colored Music - "Heartbeat"
  14. Akira Sakata - "Room"
  15. Yasuaki Shimizu - "Semi Tori No Hi"
  16. Shigeo Sekito - "The Word II"
 in stock $13.76
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Translate
Translate (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 55 BCLP. Rel: 20 Nov 20
  1. Kagen Sound (3:00)
  2. Our Scene (5:35)
  3. Flux (4:18)
  4. Ames Window (9:27)
  5. Roses (1:49)
  6. Earthship (6:52)
  7. Living Dust (5:03)
  8. River Flow (2:30)
  9. Feed Me Shapes (3:20)
  10. Luna (4:22)
  11. August Prism (6:39)
Review: In recent times, Luke Abbott has spent much of his creative life collaborating with others, forgoing what was a blossoming solo career in favour of joint projects. On Translate, he breaks this spell for the first time in six years, eschewing studio and live hook-ups in favour of solitary composition. The results are predictably impressive, with the Norfolk-based artist subtly updating his melodious, synthesizer-powered electronica sound whilst retaining the stylistic ticks and vintage IDM influences that made his earlier solo work such a riveting listen. The results are uniformly impressive to our ears, with highlights including the dense, rainbow-coloured rush of 'Ames Window', the synth-symphony that is foreboding, sci-fi inspired gem 'Earthship' and similarly doom-laden, Bladerunner-esque opener 'Kagen Sound'
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42
High Protections & The Sportswear Mystics
Cat: OTCRLP 011. Rel: 13 Nov 20
  1. Bigger Than You (4:07)
  2. Shopping Trolley Voodoo (4:04)
  3. High Protection (feat Emma-Jean Thackray) (4:22)
  4. Crack The Skies Of America (3:58)
  5. Sliders (4:27)
  6. Dancing Out My Modern Mind (3:49)
  7. Fix My Battery (3:12)
  8. Then We Were Money (2:57)
  9. Rudeboys In Outa Space (3:59)
  10. Strange World (3:42)
  11. Chicken Run The High Street (3:44)
 in stock $24.70
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A Last Discovery: The Essential Collection 1984-2001
Cat: EM 1113DLP. Rel: 30 Nov 20
  1. Radio Tarifa (Tarifa Radio) (4:56)
  2. Zoo Zulu (Zulu Zoo) (4:42)
  3. Triciclos En La Chopera (La Chopera Tricycles) (3:21)
  4. Pirulo, Combia Cromos (Pirulo Exchange Trading Cards) (3:18)
  5. Segundos, Segundos, Segundos (Seconds Seconds Seconds) (3:34)
  6. Luna (Moon) (3:05)
  7. Los Podres Del Mundo Tocan El Bombo (Poor People Of The World Play The Bass Drum) (4:13)
  8. El Abrazo De La Selva (The Jungle Hug) (4:48)
  9. Los Colores De Mis Botas (The Colors Of My Boots) (3:48)
  10. Juana Y Rosalia (Juana & Rosalia) (2:04)
  11. Hybla (Hybla) (5:29)
  12. Suite Amazonica (Amazonian Suite) (5:22)
  13. Danca Do Corpo (Dance Of Body) (5:15)
  14. Remontando El Purus (Going Up The Purus River) (7:49)
  15. Hassell, El Oso Hormiguero (Hassell The Anteater) (2:05)
  16. El Baile De Sara (Sara's Dance) (5:22)
  17. Masai Mara (Mara Masai) (5:00)
  18. Bahia De Lo Genoveses (The Bay Of Genoa) (9:08)
Review: A cult Brazilian band at their peak in the 1980s, Finis Africae represent the pinnacle of what post punk and its experimental offshoots reached for in South America. A lot of this compilation focuses on sprawling tracks that feature distant shapeless vocals, lightly pattering percussion and languid guitar, but cuts such as "Radio Tarifa" shimmy with the upstart angles of disco-not-disco at its finest, shot through with a salsa flair. Twisting and turning from child-sung folk to industrial-tinged instrumentals, through slow-pumping indie jangle and so much more besides, you'll find yourself pleasantly surprised at many turns discovering one of the hidden gems of the other side of the world.
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 in stock $24.43
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E2 E4 2016: 35th Anniversary Edition
E2 E4 2016: 35th Anniversary Edition (heavyweight vinyl LP in embossed sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: MGART 904. Rel: 20 Sep 16
  1. 31' 38 (31:25)
  2. 23' 00 (22:42)
Review: You'll probably already be acquainted with the name Manuel Gottsching - and you should be - but just in case you aren't, he was a pillar of Ash Ra Tempel's golden years and, among other of his contemporaries, was a pioneer of the genre that is often dubbed 'new age'. E2-E4 was a 1984 solo album from the man, and is certainly up there with the likes of Steve Reich's best minimal material, although it has often gone relatively unnoticed. MG Art from Germany have done us the favour of reissuing this monumental release, and we're utterly awestruck by how contemporary and fresh this album still is. In fact, one could say that a tune like "31'38" is the basis for the sound championed by new labels like Mood Hut, where a significantly danceable beat is laid above placid, warm harmonics. Similarly, "23'00" is just as balearic and phased out but, once again, we just can't believe how great this music still sounds more than thirty years later. Warmly recommended.
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 in stock $26.11
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It's More Fun To Compute
Cat: 0497013. Rel: 30 Sep 20
  1. Taschenrechner (live ORF) (2:36)
  2. The Robots (live French TV) (3:43)
  3. Radio Activity (live French TV) (3:08)
  4. Computer Love (7:05)
  5. Showroom Dummies (remix) (5:58)
  6. It's More Fun To Compute (demo mix) (2:54)
  7. The Robots (demo mix) (3:24)
  8. Calcolatrice Tascabile (Italian TV) (4:08)
  9. The Man Machine (5:21)
  10. Trans Europe Express (remix) (7:12)
 in stock $22.18
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Due Matte
Due Matte (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: HOP 4. Rel: 27 Nov 20
  1. Intro (0:48)
  2. Apples From Peru (4:31)
  3. Part None (2:15)
  4. Icky Dream (5:15)
  5. Due Matte (2:39)
  6. Run For The Newborn (3:03)
  7. Viaggio Inverso (2:17)
  8. Viaggio Inverso (reprise) (1:18)
  9. Big Circle, Small Circle (5:54)
  10. La Luna Di Pierpaolo (5:18)
  11. Brasilians On The Internet (7:24)
  12. Washing (1:20)
 in stock $18.53
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Sign
Sign (CD)
Cat: WARPCD 329. Rel: 16 Oct 20
  1. M4 Lema
  2. F7
  3. Si00
  4. Esc Desc
  5. Au14
  6. Metaz Form8
  7. Sch Mefd 2
  8. Gr4
  9. Th Red A
  10. Psin AM
  11. R Cazt
Review: So, how long have you been waiting for this one to drop? The answer really depends on two things - whether you've just been waiting for new long form material from the UK IDM legends Autechre, or whether you've been waiting for Autechre to put a proper album together that stays true to the principles and format of a 'proper album', as this does.

Either way let's just say Sign has been some time in the making, and it's definitely a case of payoff for patience. For the most part it's the waves of space age melody that really stand out, tracks like 'Esc Desc' seem to fill the room with bands of sci-fi harmony. Of course there's plenty of glitch and bleep here, too - the stepping 'Au14' is a case in point - alongside rumbling, bass-heavy business like 'Si100', where playful drips of percussion create a juxtaposition of innocence and menace.
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 in stock $11.51
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The Campfire Headphase
The Campfire Headphase (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 123R. Rel: 17 Oct 13
  1. Into The Rainbow Vein
  2. Chromakey Dreamcoat
  3. Satellite Anthem Icarus
  4. Peacock Tail
  5. Dayvan Cowboy
  6. A Moment Of Clarity
  7. '84 Pontiac Dream
  8. Sherbet Head
  9. Oscar See Through Red Eye
  10. Ataronchronon
  11. Hey Saturday Sun
  12. Constants Are Changing
  13. Slow This Bird Down
  14. Tears From The Compound Eye
  15. Farewell Fire
 in stock $22.45
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Tri Repetae (reissue)
Tri Repetae (reissue) (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 38R. Rel: 11 Nov 16
  1. Dael (6:40)
  2. Clipper (8:09)
  3. Leterel (7:07)
  4. Rotar (8:10)
  5. Stud (9:22)
  6. Eutow (3:47)
  7. C/Pach (5:06)
  8. Gnit (5:48)
  9. Overand (7:14)
  10. Rsdio (9:34)
Review: 21 years since its release and a good 15 years after its last vinyl repress, Tri Repetae's new vinyl revitalization is incredibly welcome news to fans old and new. Without wanting to preach to the choir but everything about this body of work remains ahead of its time and on its own. From those opening robotic purrs and mechanical breaks to those final tubular space echoes on "Rsdio", the whole album still sucks you in with such alien, otherworldly allure. How they made those sounds and arranged them in such a way with the technology at the time blew minds back then and blows even more in hindsight. A serious document.
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 in stock $23.56
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Amnesiac (reissue)
Amnesiac (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
XL
Cat: XLLP 783B. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box (3:58)
  2. Pyramid Song (4:51)
  3. Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors (4:07)
  4. You & Whose Army? (3:10)
  5. I Might Be Wrong (4:54)
  6. Knives Out (4:14)
  7. Morning Bell/Amnesiac (3:14)
  8. Dollars & Cents (4:44)
  9. Hunting Bears (2:01)
  10. Like Spinning Plates (4:17)
  11. Life In A Glasshouse (4:12)
! low stock $22.74
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