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The Living Daylights (Timothy J Fairplay mix)
Cat: ERC 076. Rel: 25 Nov 19
Punk/Hardcore
  1. The Living Daylights (original Uncut mix)
  2. The Living Daylights (live In Studio)
  3. The Living Daylights (Timothy J Fairplay Redub)
  4. The Living Daylights (TJF bonus)
Review: The third in the releases where label favourites are represented for today and backed with a remix / version by a contemporary producer of repute, presents 80s leftfield pop-rock band In Embrace. Appearing here are two versions of The Living Daylights, the original long version and a re-recorded live take, plus additional versions by Timothy J Fairplay.

Coming out of the midlands Post Punk / fanzine scene Gary Knight and friends formed the original incarnation of In Embrace in 1981. Picked up by Glass Records, the early, edgy live recording were re-proposed as Knight developed his 'non-musicianship' with an interest in the possibilities of the studio.

The original "Uncut" version takes it's anti-war themed vocal and lays it over a Jah Wobble inspired bassline and tense electronic rhythm. As it builds, the pressure mounts a visceral sense of oblivion of 9+ minutes of deep dubbing and repeating refrain.

Next to this the "Live In Studio" version sees the later 3 piece band replay it out in an energetic raw form that makes a worth addition. Handing the versions, plus backing tracks to Timothy J Fairplay offered a radical departure. His brooding Redub and Bonus mixes take the track to a darker place, drawing out the induced, relentless madness Knight always intended.





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Universal Minds
Universal Minds (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FER 313. Rel: 25 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Intense City
  2. Sunrays
  3. Angelic Whispers
  4. Focusyn
Review: We're proud to present these four tracks of pure electronica on a Ferox debut EP from Macedonian maestro Mihail P. Despite his young age, it's easy to hear the influence of 90's UK techno in this release with a slight hint of Terrace and Dan Curtin. With five quality releases under his belt, Mihail is already fast becoming a favourite on the underground electronic scene and obviously injects his own techno soul into his productions. Available on 180g vinyl only.




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Played by: Mosaik
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Iowa Dream
Cat: AU 10172. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Rock
  1. Wonder Boy
  2. I Never Get Lonesome
  3. Everybody Everybody
  4. You Did It Yourself
  5. Come To Life
  6. Iowa Dream
  7. Words Of Love
  8. I Still Love You
  9. You Are My Love
  10. Barefoot In New York
  11. Just Regular People
  12. I Wish I Had A Brother
  13. I Felt
  14. The Dogs Outside Are Barking
  15. Sharper Eyes
  16. Follow You
  17. List Of Boys
  18. I Kissed The Girl From Outer Space
  19. In Love With You For The Last Time
Review: Over the past decade, the visionary musician Arthur Russell has entered something close to the mainstream.
Sampled and referenced by contemporary musicians, his papers now open to visitors at the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center in New York, and his name synonymous with a certain strain of tenderness, Russell is as widely known as he's ever been. Thanks to Russell's partner Tom Lee and to Steve Knutson of Audika Records, who have forged several records from Russell's vast archive of unreleased material, the world now hears many versions of Arthur Russell. There's the Iowa boy, the disco mystic, the singer-songwriter and composer, and the fierce perfectionist deep in a world of echo. While all of these elements of Russell are individually true, none alone define him.
Now, after ten years of work inside the Russell library, Lee and Knutson bring us Iowa Dream, yet another bright star in Russell's dazzling constellation. Blazing with trademark feeling, these nineteen songs are a staggering collection of Russell's utterly distinct songwriting. And although Russell could be inscrutably single-minded, he was never totally solitary. Collaborating here is a stacked roster of downtown New York musicians, including Ernie Brooks, Rhys Chatham, Henry Flynt, Jon Gibson, Peter Gordon, Steven Hall, Jackson Mac Low, Larry Saltzman, and David Van Tieghem. Musician Peter Broderick makes a contemporary addition to this list: more than forty years after Russell recorded several nearly finished songs, Broderick worked diligently with Audika to complete them, and performed audio restoration and additional mixing.
Several tracks on Iowa Dream Russell originally recorded as demos, in two early examples of his repeated brushes with potential popular success-first in 1974, with Paul Nelson of Mercury Records, and then in 1975, with the legendary John Hammond of Columbia Records. For different reasons, neither session amounted to a record deal. Russell kept working nearly up until his death in 1992 from complications of HIV-AIDS.
At once kaleidoscopic and intimate, Iowa Dream bears some of Russell's most personal work, including several recently discovered folk songs he wrote during his time in Northern California in the early 1970s. For Russell, Iowa was never very far away. "I see, I see it all," sings Russell on the title track: red houses, fields, the town mayor (his father) streaming by as he dream-bicycles through his hometown. Russell's childhood home and family echo, too, through "Just Regular People," "I Wish I Had a Brother," "Wonder Boy," "The Dogs Outside are Barking," "Sharper Eyes," and "I Felt." Meanwhile, songs like "I Kissed the Girl From Outer Space," "I Still Love You," "List of Boys," and "Barefoot in New York" fizz with pop and dance grooves, gesturing at Russell's devotion to New York's avant-garde and disco scenes. Finally, the long-awaited "You Did it Yourself," until now heard only in a brief heart-stopping black-and-white clip in Matt Wolf's documentary Wild Combination, awards us a new take with a driving funk rhythm and Russell's extraordinary voice soaring at the height of its powers. On Iowa Dream, you can hear a country kid meeting the rest of the world-and with this record, the world continues to meet a totally singular artist.
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Iowa Dream
Iowa Dream (2xLP)
Cat: AU 1017 1. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Rock
  1. Wonder Boy
  2. I Never Get Lonesome
  3. Everybody Everybody
  4. You Did It Yourself
  5. Come To Life
  6. Iowa Dream
  7. Words Of Love
  8. I Still Love You
  9. You Are My Love
  10. Barefoot In New York
  11. Just Regular People
  12. I Wish I Had A Brother
  13. I Felt
  14. The Dogs Outside Are Barking
  15. Sharper Eyes
  16. Follow You
  17. List Of Boys
  18. I Kissed The Girl From Outer Space
  19. In Love With You For The Last Time
Review: Over the past decade, the visionary musician Arthur Russell has entered something close to the mainstream.
Sampled and referenced by contemporary musicians, his papers now open to visitors at the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center in New York, and his name synonymous with a certain strain of tenderness, Russell is as widely known as he's ever been. Thanks to Russell's partner Tom Lee and to Steve Knutson of Audika Records, who have forged several records from Russell's vast archive of unreleased material, the world now hears many versions of Arthur Russell. There's the Iowa boy, the disco mystic, the singer-songwriter and composer, and the fierce perfectionist deep in a world of echo. While all of these elements of Russell are individually true, none alone define him.
Now, after ten years of work inside the Russell library, Lee and Knutson bring us Iowa Dream, yet another bright star in Russell's dazzling constellation. Blazing with trademark feeling, these nineteen songs are a staggering collection of Russell's utterly distinct songwriting. And although Russell could be inscrutably single-minded, he was never totally solitary. Collaborating here is a stacked roster of downtown New York musicians, including Ernie Brooks, Rhys Chatham, Henry Flynt, Jon Gibson, Peter Gordon, Steven Hall, Jackson Mac Low, Larry Saltzman, and David Van Tieghem. Musician Peter Broderick makes a contemporary addition to this list: more than forty years after Russell recorded several nearly finished songs, Broderick worked diligently with Audika to complete them, and performed audio restoration and additional mixing.
Several tracks on Iowa Dream Russell originally recorded as demos, in two early examples of his repeated brushes with potential popular success-first in 1974, with Paul Nelson of Mercury Records, and then in 1975, with the legendary John Hammond of Columbia Records. For different reasons, neither session amounted to a record deal. Russell kept working nearly up until his death in 1992 from complications of HIV-AIDS.
At once kaleidoscopic and intimate, Iowa Dream bears some of Russell's most personal work, including several recently discovered folk songs he wrote during his time in Northern California in the early 1970s. For Russell, Iowa was never very far away. "I see, I see it all," sings Russell on the title track: red houses, fields, the town mayor (his father) streaming by as he dream-bicycles through his hometown. Russell's childhood home and family echo, too, through "Just Regular People," "I Wish I Had a Brother," "Wonder Boy," "The Dogs Outside are Barking," "Sharper Eyes," and "I Felt." Meanwhile, songs like "I Kissed the Girl From Outer Space," "I Still Love You," "List of Boys," and "Barefoot in New York" fizz with pop and dance grooves, gesturing at Russell's devotion to New York's avant-garde and disco scenes. Finally, the long-awaited "You Did it Yourself," until now heard only in a brief heart-stopping black-and-white clip in Matt Wolf's documentary Wild Combination, awards us a new take with a driving funk rhythm and Russell's extraordinary voice soaring at the height of its powers. On Iowa Dream, you can hear a country kid meeting the rest of the world-and with this record, the world continues to meet a totally singular artist.
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FORTHCOMING
Crystal Maze EP
Crystal Maze EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ACIWAX 25. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Aztek Zone
  2. Medieval Zone
  3. Crystal Dome Acid
  4. Future Zone
  5. Industrial Zone
Review: Acid Waxa are thrilled to present the debut release of AYU Acid aka Sheffield laddies Christopher Rave and Tich Off Me Nut in this Crystal Maze EP of highly infectious, feel good acid bangers!
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Thousand Knives Of (reissue)
Cat: WWSLP 24. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Thousand Knives
  2. Island Of Woods
  3. Grasshoppers
  4. Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied
  5. Plastic Bamboo
  6. The End Of Asia
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto was still in the early days of his career when second solo album, "Thousand Knives Of", appeared in 1978. It was recorded around the same time as the formation of the band that made him famous, Yellow Magic Orchestra, and contains a similar reliance on cutting-edge electronic instrumentation. Of course, there are still pieces that doff a cap to his classical roots - see the piano-heavy "Grasshoppers" - as well as workouts that join the dots between jazz-funk and German style "kosmiche" ("Das Neue Japanische Elektronische Volkslied"), but for the most part it's the entirely electronic tracks that hit home hardest. For proof, check the jaunty genius of "Plastic Bamboo", the prototype YMO electrofunk of "The End Of Asia" and the doom-laden weirdness of "Island Of Woods".
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Chorded Keyset
Chorded Keyset (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UMHS 14. Rel: 04 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Price Tags
  2. Soft Stomp
  3. Blue Ink Inverted
  4. Sundialist
Review: Emerging out of the mist once more to impart their mystical twists on the dance music tradition, the elusive entities behind UntilMyHeartStops keep things consistently ambiguous as they present hitherto unknown producer Okand Konstnar. Wherever this sonic traveler originates from, their sound flings far and wide, not least on the insistent ethnic percussion stomp of opening track "Price Tags". "Soft Stomp" places greater emphasis on cyclical swirls of melody, before "Blue Ink Inverted" plots a course for intricate patterns reminiscent of label boss Leif. "Sundialist" closes the record on a hazy, transcendental tip that seals the deal on this wonderful, pointedly mysterious release.
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November
November (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PLA 039. Rel: 28 Oct 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Open Up The Network
  2. Jayne Andrews
  3. Filaments
  4. Steam
  5. Etruria
  6. Sun's Up
  7. War, Children, The West
  8. Helsinki (I'll Never Forgive Myslef)
  9. November
  10. Meg
  11. Penetration
  12. Lapse Wine
  13. Friends
Review: Please find enclosed one 'Deluxe' stereophonic gramophone record from Concept City, containing thirteen recordings of musics entirely produced upon 4-track portastudio for your pleasure and discourse - the sole work of Mr Robert Grant of this parish.

So states the photocopy insert from the 1985 November LP on Cordelia Records. Home to R. Stevie Moore, Rimarimba recently reissued by Freedom To Spend - and label owner Alan Jenkin's The Deep Freeze Mice, Cordelia was home to a menagerie of sound collage plucked from the ether.

Included is the only vinyl release from Concept City, spreading across 13 instrumental tracks of samples and noise. The Welsh choir and robovox meets hypnotic bass of Open The Network glides to the acoustics of Jayne Andrews and Filament, before Steam amasses TV ad cassette archives. As Etruria and Lapse Wine's Durutti meets reel-to-reel to the cold wave of War, Children and wasp synth of Helsinki, Grant slowly unfolds a masterpiece.

Looped drum samples, multiple layered to tape, sped up and slowed down for phasing, the title track is a pinnacle of 80s DiY genius. 'Crossroads' multi-sampling Meg leads to the exotica 'muzak' closings of Penetration and Friends. With just 5 albums over 40 years the music of Mr Concept can be a discovery and cherished.





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Default: Various Artists
Default: Various Artists (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DFLT 002. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Camelia - "Transferring"
  2. Macarie - "Flu"
  3. Exander - "Odyssey"
  4. Lulla - "Distort Time"
Review:  Default Records has returned with its second release after compiling a roster of artists who are committed to establishing presence in the scene by pushing boundaries and pursuing excellence. Camelia starts us off on the A side with *Transferring*, which presents itself in a light and airy atmosphere. Its playful percussive notes are juxtaposed against its hypnotic groove making for a warm and easy listen. Macarie follows with *Flu*, a vibrant and dance-inducing sludge of gritty, piercing elements that seamlessly blooms into an emotional melody that is driven by its tantalizing rhythm. Label boss Exander shows the heavier side of his creative spectrum on the B side with *Odyssey*. The fullness of this cut accompanied by its intriguing and directive vocal is only enhanced by its delicate features and attention to detail. Closing out the compilation is Lulla's *Distort Time* which reveals all its insides with a symphony of glitchy bleeps and blops all reinforced by a cadence of drums and groove that stirs it into an electric soup.




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Potential For Havoc Burnt
LMD
Cat: LMD 021. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Broken Royal Shank
  2. Collapse Of Meaning
  3. Contrarian
  4. Cabin In The Sky
Review: When it comes to dub-fuelled, mind-altering insanity, few are capable of setting the pulse racing quite like German veteran Bernd "Burnt" Friedman. For proof, check this essential new EP. By his standards, it's particularly wild, utilizing psychedelic electronics, exotic and occasionally droning Indian sounds, weighty bass and ambidextrous rhythms that variously doff a camp to grime, dubstep and the polyrhythms of Africa. Our picks are intoxicating and fragrant opener "Broken Royal Shank" - Asian dancehall via Coburg - and the trance-inducing dub techno hypnotism of "Contrarian", though closing cut "Cabin In The Sky" is pretty darn tasty, too.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Asimov's Code
Asimov's Code (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 316. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Electro
  1. Clandestine Development
  2. Aegis
  3. Lambda
  4. Asimov's Code
Review: Versalife's second release for 20/20 Vision sees Dutch producer Boris Bunnik aka Conforce return with another slab of signature electro.

'Clandestine Development' serves up dark tones and melodies layered within insistent electro beats and growling bass, that sounds huge on big room systems. 'Aegis' delivers a double dose of mechanical funk, played over atmospheric strings and auditory acid delights.

On the B side 'Lamba' continues to impress with a moody laidback bass line holding the groove down over a solid rhythm & dystopian keys. Wrapping things up the title track 'Asimov's Code' plays out like war drums from space pounding away after a blissful intro of building synths.
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Into Dark Water
Into Dark Water (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 080. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Ascension
  2. Rite Of Passage
  3. Raindance
  4. Ba-makala
  5. Cloud Cover
  6. Musica Ficta
  7. Out Of Nothing
  8. Steppe Land
Review: Emotional Rescue reissue 'Into Dark Water', the second album from UK post-industrial ambient pioneers O Yuki Conjugate (OYC).

The willfully obscure OYC formed in Nottingham in 1982 and have had a
sporadic career on the outskirts of musical culture ever since. Initially associated with the early 80s post-industrial scene - along with Soviet France and Muslimgauze - OYC quietly forged their own brand of ambient music at a time when it was distinctly unfashionable to do so.

Always reluctant to categorise their sounds, OYC have been variously described as post-industrial, ambient, darkwave, tribal ambient, chill out, electronica and Fourth World. Take your pick.

'Into Dark Water' was recorded in 1986 over four days in an eight-track garage studio in Nottingham. Produced and engineered by John Kaukis, the result was a blend of flutes, percussion, electronics and loops that focused their sound and became for many the definitive OYC album.

Originally released in 1987 on the Leeds-based Final Image label, 'Into Dark Water' quickly sold out and has been highly sought after ever since. The re-issue, featuring a lovingly recreated sleeve, makes a vinyl version of this classic available again for the first time in over 30 years.





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Siah Mashq (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AKS 8. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Siah Mashq 1 (6:56)
  2. Siah Mashq 2 (4:26)
  3. Siah Mashq 3 (14:24)
Review: Shahr Farang continues to blossom as a label, primarily as a vessel for the work of Sohrab Karimi and Rasul Gafarov, better known as Ahu and Lenta respectively. On this occasion, Ahu and Lenta have teamed up to present some intriguing clippings from two separate improvised studio jams. As is customary with the label, the primary mode of expression is minimal techno shrouded in hazy textures and atmospheric matter, but it veers more towards the kind of clicks and cuts you'd expect from a classic Scape record than anything geared towards the dancefloor. The steady tick of a 4/4 kick means this music isn't necessarily consigned to the headphones though - the right kind of warm up slot or backroom could be just the place to melt into these delicate productions.
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Marymont (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CEAD 002. Rel: 14 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Person Sans (5:23)
  2. 20,000 (6:17)
  3. Western/Eastern (5:28)
Review: After kicking things off with the killer "Mariachi Guadalajara" by Lewski, Or:la's Cead label returns with another emergent talent, Blu Terra. The Warsaw based producer comes on strong for this breakthrough release with the heavy slapping, sound design-enhanced electro of "Person Sans". Even if the opening track felt detailed, it's superseded by the barrage of information spilling out of crafty, distinctive acid monster "20,000". "Western/Eastern" spreads across the B-side in a nervous twitch of rave energy geared towards big dark spaces, perfect for that spine-tingling part of the night when the real world feels very far away indeed.
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Cat: BEWITH 061CD. Rel: 15 Oct 19
Rock
  1. Blue Beach - Welcome To Your Beach
  2. Never Find A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)
  3. By The Pool
  4. Roll Over, Beethoven - Out Of The Beach
  5. In The Shade
  6. Looking Across The Street
  7. Long Distance Look
  8. Hot Afternoon
  9. Crying In The Sun
  10. The Next Time
  11. Miss BB Walks Away
  12. Sleep Walk
  13. Standing There
Review: While he enjoyed a brief career as a musician in the 1960s, by the time he recorded debut album "Down On The Road By The Beach" in 1983 Steve Hiett was better known as one of the world's leading fashion photographers. In fact, it was at the suggestion of a Japanese gallery owner that he got back in the studio to record what has long been regarded as an impossible-to-find Balearic gem. Hiett's reverb and delay-laden Peter Green style guitar passages take centre stage throughout, winding in and out of languid grooves and ambient electronics to create what some have called "the ultimate desert island disc" - a record of such lazy, sun-kissed beauty that it sounds tailor made for drowsy days waking up on the beach.
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Um Dada (limited clear vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 141LPC2. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Working (You Are) (5:37)
  2. Prefix Repeat Rewind (5:36)
  3. It's Not Me (5:14)
  4. Um Dada (5:43)
  5. Satellite (6:16)
  6. Colour (7:37)
  7. Flashback (6:51)
Review: Since leaving Cabaret Voltaire in the early '90s, Stephen Mallinder has kept himself busy, first by starting a new career as an academic, and latterly by stints in bands including Wrangler, Hey! Rube and Creep Show. There was always one thing missing from his CV, though: a new solo album. With "Um Dada", he's finally ticked that box, delivering a set that smartly channels four decades of electronic music influences into nine vocal and instrumental mutant pop cuts. It's heavy, trippy, mind-altering and thoroughly absorbing, with Mallinder offering plenty of nods towards the Cabs' 1980s and '90s work, as well as more contemporary influences such as German techno/electro and the sub-heavy rush of fellow Sheffielder Crooked Man.
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Swanyard (trifold white vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: IF 89LPW. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Spastiche (5:46)
  2. Heaven's 98 Horror Mst (11:51)
  3. Simenon Master Backwards (Swanyard demo) (6:34)
  4. Jhon's House Tune From GM Guide - Protection (5:35)
  5. Spastiche (Basic) (6:46)
  6. AYOR Master (It's In My Blood) (6:40)
  7. Original Amber Rain (demo) (4:52)
  8. Wir-click-Wir 1993 (2:07)
  9. Crumb Tune (Master) (5:57)
  10. The March Of Time (Extra version) (9:00)
  11. Spastiche - The Night's Alive (Master) (5:25)
  12. Kusnir Jazz (2:43)
  13. Heavens Blade (John Balance Vox demo) (7:25)
  14. Wir-click-Wir 1998 Mst Vox (18:37)
  15. The Test Early Mst (2:17)
  16. AYOR (Extra version) (4:29)
  17. Elves (Master) (6:35)
  18. Heaven's Blade (instrumental 1993) (8:25)
  19. Melotron Song (Amber Rain demo) (2:52)
  20. March Of More Time (Master 1993) (6:30)
  21. Crumb Tune (4:20)
  22. Simon (Extra long) (6:10)
  23. Egyptian Basses 1993 (7:22)
Review: This is an absolute treat for fans of experimental industrial noisniks Coil. If you fit that description, you should already be salivating at the prospect of a triple-vinyl album containing previously unheard, unreleased material. "Swanyard" is in effect an extended trawl through the late John Balance and Peter Christopherson's archives, focusing in particular on a productive period between 1993 and 1996 that saw the pair release a trio of acclaimed albums. Much of the material could be classed as either demos or work-in-progress sketches inspired by Christopherson's vivid dreams, but such was the quality of the pair's work that it sounds much more eccentric, vibrant and "complete" than many comparable compilations.
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Restless (LP + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: HD 059. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Waiting (3:20)
  2. Break It Apart (3:56)
  3. Desire (3:31)
  4. Bonbon (3:44)
  5. More (3:50)
  6. Restless (3:54)
  7. Creature (4:07)
  8. Miaou Disc-0 (2:15)
  9. Almost (3:57)
  10. To Keep You (2:22)
Review: A Lou Rebecca full length has been on the cards for a while and now it lands a year after her breakout and self-titled "Lou" EP. The Austin-based Parisian synth-pop singer makes music that is nuanced with romanticism and driven by soft but decisive drum patterns that make you want to bop. There are vibrant songs with contemporary sensibilities, rich pop nuggets and darker tacks like "Break It Apart" but it is when Lou is at her most happy and outgoing that she sounds best for our money. Check the lovely, harmonically smooth ditty that is "Desire" for proof.
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Cat: ACAP 71901. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (4:14)
  2. Something (3:02)
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (3:29)
  4. Oh! Darling (3:27)
  5. Octopus's Garden (2:51)
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (7:49)
  7. Here Comes The Sun (3:07)
  8. Because (2:43)
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money (4:01)
  10. Sun King (2:28)
  11. Mean Mr Mustard (1:07)
  12. Polythene Pam (1:13)
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (1:57)
  14. Golden Slumbers (1:32)
  15. Carry That Weight (1:37)
  16. The End (2:44)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Cat: SUBCD 016. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Deep City
  2. Flowers & Silvers
  3. Manta Ride
  4. Towers Of Nebula
  5. Delphos
  6. Rose Born
  7. Cheperer
  8. The White Books
  9. Solar Barque Blues
  10. Zero Dead Ends
  11. Sun On Earth
Review: Three years on from the release of her acclaimed debut album, "Epoch Sinus", on Hotflush, Sophie Schnell once more dons the PYUR alias for a follow-up on Subtext. The Bristol-based experimental label says that the set explores Schnell's fascination with "the space between life and death"; it's certainly an unearthly, unsettling and occasionally hallucinatory affair that fuses neo-classical style musical elements (strings, operatic vocals) with evocative electronic motifs, crunchy IDM style drums and cutting-edge production techniques. It's a genuinely unique and mind-altering affair, but one that thrills and excites at every turn. A triumph!
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Cat: FTS 14LP. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Saturday Morning Doze (7:31)
  2. At The Store (6:29)
  3. August Haze (8:05)
  4. The Secret Place (5:11)
  5. After School (11:33)
  6. Gloaming (8:26)
  7. From The Bluff (6:23)
  8. Night Games (3:31)
Review: It would be fair to say that Ernest "Ernie" Hood was ahead of his time. During the early 1970s, he was one of the few musicians in Portland, Oregon to embrace synthesizers. He was also a keen zither player and in his spare time made nostalgic field recordings of suburban neighbourhoods that matched those he grew up in. All of these things came together on his sole solo album, "Neighborhoods", an obscure - but rather brilliant - set that still sounds miles ahead of its time. It has a nostalgic tone, but is as evocative and atmospheric as you'd expect given the sonic ingredients Hood spooned into the mix. This re-mastered edition expands it to two discs, too, allowing louder, clearer reproduction of Hood's far-sighted sounds.
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Chlorophytum (heavyweight vinyl 12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: ISLE 007. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sounder (3:57)
  2. I Don't Really (5:47)
  3. Aibell (4:54)
  4. No Hiding (3:16)
  5. Interlude (I) (1:48)
  6. For Sleep (6:03)
Review: 12th Isle's latest must-check chunk of entertaining experimentalism comes from Lo Kindre, whose dub-wise 2017 debut on Optimo Music was arguably one of that year's most overlooked EPs. "Chlorophytum", the producer's first solo missive since then, is another lo-fi electronic dub treat. Of course, it's not all gentle bass-heavy rhythms, endless delay trails and cute electronic melodies - closing cut "For Sleep" is a buzzing electronic raga, for example - but it's on these bass-heavy excursions that Lo Kindre most frequently hits the spot. Highlights include the extraordinarily sub-heavy shuffle of "Sounder", the ambient dub wooziness of "Aibell" and the creepy alien-dub oddness of "No Hiding".
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Plays (CD)
Cat: MACROM 58. Rel: 02 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. I
  2. II
  3. III
  4. IV
  5. V
  6. VI
  7. VII
  8. VIII
  9. IX
  10. X
  11. XI
Review: For the uninitiated, Maria Chavez is a "New York-based abstract turntablist" whose work often revolves around creating intricate electro-acoustic collages out of heavily processed snippets of vinyl noise. She's therefore the perfect artist to interpret Stefan Goldmann's "Ghost Hemiola", a double-pack of silent locked grooves whose only sound is whatever surface noise is audible on the records themselves. It's high concept stuff, but actually quite an interesting and absorbing listen, thanks largely to the way Chavez has processed, mangled and manipulated the barely audible noises found within Goldmann's locked grooves. Think bleeps, drones, hisses, echoing crackles and all manner of other weird, mind-altering noises, all arranged into one continuous, music concrete style "DJ mix".
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Inner Roads & Outer Paths (limited hand-numbered translucent blue vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PIPE 021LP. Rel: 02 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Bric-a-brac Shop (2:38)
  2. Evacuees At Arrow House (5:02)
  3. Thistle & Briar (3:40)
  4. A Nest In The Warehouse Roof (3:56)
  5. Inner Roads & Outer Paths (4:02)
  6. The Last Days Of The Great House (4:13)
  7. Broken Spires & Ruined Arches (1:20)
  8. Holloways (4:41)
  9. Paths Beyond The Towns (3:39)
  10. Following The River (2:36)
  11. End Of The Branch Line (4:41)
  12. The Fair Arrives (4:28)
  13. Earthworks & Trackways (4:26)
Review: Vic Mars spent many years in Nagoya, Japan, and it shows in the delicate beauty of his compositions. Fusing understated elegance with the lilting folk traditions of the British Isles, his music is equal parts pastoral and ethereal. Following plenty of previous appearances on boutique London label Clay Pipe, he returns with "Inner Roads & Outer Paths", a thoroughly calming sojourn through fingerpicked guitar refrains, plaintive piano and plenty more instrumentation besides. There's a subtle tint of processing that lends an otherworldly edge to the ambience Mars is imparting - a truly soul-nourishing departure from the intensity of the modern age.
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Ode To Joy (LP + insert)
Cat: 005149 7114541. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Rock
  1. Bright Leaves (4:09)
  2. Before Us (3:21)
  3. One & A Half Stars (3:41)
  4. Quiet Amplifier (5:36)
  5. Everyone Hides (3:01)
  6. White Wooden Cross (3:11)
  7. Citizens (3:02)
  8. We Were Lucky (4:55)
  9. Love Is Everywhere (Beware) (3:31)
  10. Hold Me Anyway (3:50)
  11. An Empty Corner (3:46)
Review: Enduring rock favourites Wilco are now onto album number 11. It is a stripped back affair but one that still offer sup the sort of singalong choruses fans keep coming back for, as well as lyrics that are as expressive as ever. They come from Jeff Tweedy who is in as fine form as ever, while guitars around him vary from acoustic and gentle to more raw and rousing. The drums are nicely deadened to lend the tracks some weight and various personal crises are mused upon through the course of another timeless record from these tried and tested indie heroes.
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Colored (pink vinyl 2xLP)
R&S
Cat: RS 1915. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tema (feat Ruven) (1:08)
  2. Dope (5:10)
  3. Sociodelic (5:26)
  4. Shout (5:28)
  5. Birdlandia (2:40)
  6. Noir (1:24)
  7. Upstream (feat Zap Mama) (4:14)
  8. Turner (3:31)
  9. Zenith (4:22)
  10. Native Sun (5:15)
  11. Go Tell It (feat Salamon Faye) (3:09)
  12. Whatever Means (1:48)
  13. Jumpteenth (5:45)
  14. Burn (2:43)
  15. Space Dookie (feat Big Farma) (6:37)
  16. At Last (0:51)
Review: Given that it's called "Coloured" and appears on shocking pink vinyl, you'd expect Adam Longman Parker's debut album as Afriqua to be a decidedly vibrant and kaleidoscopic affair. It is, of course, with Longman Parker offering up tracks that mix tropical-sounding electronics, glassy-eyed synthesizer motifs, processed vocal sounds and evocative musical flourishes with jaunty, interesting rhythms that neatly sidestep conventional genre rules. It's a mixture that makes for hugely enjoyable listening, with highlights coming thick and fast. These include - though are by no means limited to - the densely layered dancefloor cheekiness of "Shout", the minimalist ambient bliss of "Noir", the hypnotic, intergalactic oddness of "Native Sun" and the bubbly club warmth of "Jumpteenth".
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Played by: Jaffa Surfa
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Cat: ZDR 01. Rel: 02 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. XP Farming (2:51)
  2. Ragdoll Physics (2:20)
  3. The Karma System (1:25)
  4. Time Sink (2:17)
  5. Relax'em Up (2:27)
  6. The Jesus Run (3:17)
  7. The Souls Formula (3:11)
  8. Choice Agony (1:17)
  9. Would You Kindly (2:31)
  10. Options Menu (1:07)
  11. Backtracking (3:21)
  12. The Fourth Wall (2:59)
Review: New label Zoned have got our attention from the off with this one, a collection of curious and whimsical dub cuts that are indebted to sci-fi imagery and space travel. The whole collection oozes frayed round the edges and swirling with heady pads, lush textures and hypnotic loops that seem to have no beginning or end. Listening to this is like tuning into the sound of the cosmos while no one is watching. Some tracks are gentle propulsive and ride on distant drum sounds, while some are utterly cast free from reality. It is aural stimulation for the mind that is as good as any form of mediation.
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Virdulegu Forsetar (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 483738 9. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 1) (14:50)
  2. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 2) (14:13)
  3. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 3) (14:44)
  4. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 4) (21:01)
Review: The late Icelandic composer Johann Johannsson's second studio album from 2004 is one ambient-influenced classical piece that makes use of the same phrase throughout but, for technical reasons, is divided into four parts. It features a host of musical instruments, from tubas, horns, organs and trumpets to glockenspiel and bass. It's a masterpiece in minimalism and repetition, of non-linear music that traps you in the here and now, and it is a beautiful place to be when you listen to the whole album in one immersive sitting.
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Prequelle Exalted (B-STOCK) (limited numbered marbled vinyl LP + 7" box set + hard-back book + pictures)
Cat: 721129 9 (B-STOCK). Rel: 27 Sep 19
Metal
  1. Ashes (1:29)
  2. Rats (4:20)
  3. Faith (4:00)
  4. See The Light (4:34)
  5. Miasma (5:14)
  6. Dane Macabre (3:44)
  7. Pro Memiora (5:35)
  8. Witch Image (3:30)
  9. Helvetesfonster (5:47)
  10. Life Eternal (3:29)
  11. Kiss The Go-Goat
  12. Mary On A Cross
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order***

- Small crease on front cover, and corner of record sleeve has come slightly unstuck
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 in stock $111.79
Unlimited Drinks (Byetone mix) (hand-stamped clear vinyl 12")
Cat: FRACT 010. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Unlimited Drinks (5:24)
  2. Floating (4:31)
  3. Floating (Byetone remix) (5:30)
Review: Italian, Treviso-based composer Chevel i aka Dario Tronchin i returns to duty with "Unlimited Drinks" on the secretive Fracture imprint, following his "Always Yours" album on Mumdance's Different Circles label, going further into electronic intimacy, publishing a two-tracks/movements exercise prolonging his researches on sound design poetry. The opener "Floating" progresses into A2 "Unlimited Drinks", and it could go vice-versa, both tracks responding to one another, progressing towards each other, as literally as musically. The latest's respiration i or psyche?i is followed on the b-side by a remix from Raster royalty Byetone, blessing us with Floating's doppelganger. Emo contemporary electronics at its best!
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Abbey Road: 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition (3xCD + Blu-ray + hard-back book in slipcase)
Cat: 779211 2. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (CD1: 2019 Stereo mix)
  2. Something
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  4. Oh! Darling
  5. Octopus' Garden
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
  7. Here Comes The Sun
  8. Because
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money
  10. Sun King
  11. Mean Mr Mustard
  12. Polythene Pam
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
  14. Golden Slumbers
  15. Carry That Weight
  16. The End
  17. Her Majesty
  18. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (CD2: Abbey Road Sessions - Trident Recording Session & Reduction mix)
  19. Goodbye (Home demo)
  20. Something (Studio demo)
  21. The Ballad Of John & Yoko (take 7)
  22. Old Brown Shoe (take 2)
  23. Oh! Darling (take 4)
  24. Octopus' Garden (take 9)
  25. You Never Give Me Your Money (take 36)
  26. Her Majesty (Takes 1-3)
  27. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (Takes 1-3)
  28. Here Comes The Sun (take 9)
  29. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (take 12)
  30. Come Together (CD3: Abbey Road Sessions - take 5)
  31. The End (take 3)
  32. Come & Get It (Studio demo)
  33. Sun King (take 20)
  34. Mean Mr Mustard (take 20)
  35. Polythene Pam (take 27)
  36. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (take 27)
  37. Because (take 1 - instrumental)
  38. The Long One (Trial edit & mix - 30 July 1969)
  39. Something (Tale 39 - instrumental - Strings Only)
  40. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (take 17 - instrumental - Strings & Bass Only)
  41. Abbey Road (Blu-Ray Audio)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Con Que (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 21. Rel: 23 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Ois! (5:32)
  2. El Saco (6:41)
  3. Wau (6:09)
Review: The Isla stable heads far out every time, but they're getting especially adventurous on this new missive from La Fe - a duo made up of Michael Red and Daniel Rincon (also known as Sounds and Ambien Baby respectively). There's a dense, ethnological tone to the percussion sources, with humid atmospherics sticking close to the drums throughout. Quite where the music is headed is unclear - somewhere out on the plains of the Fourth World no doubt - and the ambiguity is part of the charm.
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Cat: 779150 7. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (CD1: 2019 mix)
  2. Something
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  4. Oh! Darling
  5. Octopus' Garden
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
  7. Here Comes The Sun
  8. Because
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money
  10. Sun King
  11. Mean Mr Mustard
  12. Polythene Pam
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
  14. Golden Slumbers
  15. Carry That Weight
  16. The End
  17. Her Majesty
  18. Come Together (take 5)
  19. Something (Studio demo)
  20. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (take 12)
  21. Oh! Darling (take 4)
  22. Octopus's Garden (take 9)
  23. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (Trident Recording Session & Reduction mix)
  24. Here Comes The Sun (take 9)
  25. Because (take 1 - instrumental)
  26. You Never Give Me Your Money (take 36)
  27. Sun King (take 20)
  28. Mean Mr Mustard (take 20)
  29. Polythene Pam (take 27)
  30. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (take 27)
  31. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (Takes 1-3)
  32. The End (take 3)
  33. Her Majesty (Takes 1-3)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Lajbans (12")
Cat: LT 100. Rel: 26 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lajbans (9:05)
  2. Lajbans (Bellaterra dub) (8:33)
Review: Local Talk hits the rather significant catalogue number of 100 with a forward thinking EP that stays true to its MO over the last few years. It finds MLiR aka Modern Life Is Rubbish joined by Arnau Obiols to serve up a brace of brilliant tunes that blur the lines between a myriad different dance styles. "Lajbans" is a playful, fun tune with tooting arps and cosmic melodies all married to a chugging beat that Todd Terje would be proud of. The Bellaterra dub on the flip reworks it with plenty of space echo, knob twirling effects and sci-fi atmospheres. A tidy little package.
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Abbey Road: 50th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition (limited heavyweight 3xLP box + booklet)
Cat: 800744. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (4:16)
  2. Something (3:05)
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (3:27)
  4. Oh! Darling (3:24)
  5. Octopus's Garden (2:51)
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (7:48)
  7. Here Comes The Sun (3:07)
  8. Because (2:44)
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money (3:58)
  10. Sun King (2:28)
  11. Mean Mr Mustard (1:09)
  12. Polythene Pam (1:12)
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (1:54)
  14. Golden Slumbers (1:33)
  15. Carry That Weight (1:36)
  16. The End (2:48)
  17. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (Trident Recording Session & Reduction mix) (6:59)
  18. Goodbye (Home demo) (2:25)
  19. Something (Studio demo) (3:31)
  20. The Ballad Of John & Yoko (take 7) (3:33)
  21. Old Brown Shoe (take 2) (3:25)
  22. Oh! Darling (take 4) (3:31)
  23. Octopus's Garden (take 9) (1:43)
  24. You Never Give Me Your Money (take 36) (5:18)
  25. Her Majesty (Takes 1-3) (1:33)
  26. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (Takes 1-3) (3:20)
  27. Here Comes The Sun (take 9) (3:40)
  28. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (take 12) (4:48)
  29. Come Together (take 5) (3:30)
  30. The End (take 3) (2:12)
  31. Come & Get It (Studio demo) (2:42)
  32. Sun King (take 20) (3:12)
  33. Mean Mr Mustard (take 20) (1:27)
  34. Polythene Pam (take 27) (1:39)
  35. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (take 27) (2:18)
  36. Because (take 1 - instrumental) (3:09)
  37. The Long One (Trial edit & mix - 30 July 1969) (16:02)
  38. Something (take 39 - instrumental) (2:40)
  39. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (take 17 - instrumental - Strings & Brass Only) (3:25)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Anthropomorphic Sympathy (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MGM 05. Rel: 23 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. You (5:55)
  2. Sopine (4:58)
  3. Dimlove (5:30)
  4. -*- (4:05)
  5. Empathy Master (4:28)
  6. For Edmond Belamy (2:38)
  7. Interlude (2:13)
  8. Anthropomorphic Sympathy (5:11)
  9. Singularity (3:44)
  10. November Subitizing (5:45)
  11. Juniper (4:51)
  12. Lived II Time (2:50)
  13. Allopoiesis (3:10)
  14. Korwar (4:23)
Review: Having built up his self titled label alongside his sterling work as part of Oscillat, Lazare Hoche and Will & Ink, the one and only Malin Genie delivers his debut solo album. Moving beyond the pure club focus of his singles and EPs, the Genie has seized this opportunity to present a widescreen panorama of his sound, leading in with the subliminal ambience of "You" as a springboard to explore breaks, electro, techno, and especially IDM. There are so many ideas swirling round Anthropomorphic Sympathy, it's hard to know where to begin describing it. A true headphone commute for the deep listener to burrow into.
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Played by: Malin Genie
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Abbey Road: 50th Anniversary (limited heavyweight picture disc LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 804888. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (4:18)
  2. Something (3:05)
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (3:27)
  4. Oh! Darling (3:25)
  5. Octopus's Garden (2:51)
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (7:51)
  7. Here Comes The Sun (3:06)
  8. Because (2:46)
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money (4:02)
  10. Sun King (2:26)
  11. Mean Mr Mustard (1:06)
  12. Polythene Pam (1:12)
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (1:56)
  14. Golden Slumbers (1:29)
  15. Carry That Weight (1:36)
  16. The End (2:23)
  17. Her Majesty (0:30)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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 in stock $26.35
Abbey Road: 50th Anniversary Edition (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: 779151 2. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together (4:16)
  2. Something (3:02)
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer (3:28)
  4. Oh! Darling (3:27)
  5. Octopus's Garden (2:51)
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (7:49)
  7. Here Comes The Sun (3:05)
  8. Because (2:46)
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money (4:03)
  10. Sun King (2:26)
  11. Mean Mr Mustard (1:05)
  12. Polythene Pam (1:12)
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (2:02)
  14. Golden Slumbers (1:29)
  15. Carry That Weight (1:36)
  16. The End (2:12)
  17. Her Majesty (0:33)
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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Cat: 800743. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Come Together
  2. Something
  3. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  4. Oh! Darling
  5. Octopus' Garden
  6. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
  7. Here Comes The Sun
  8. Because
  9. You Never Give Me Your Money
  10. Sun King
  11. Mean Mr Mustard
  12. Polythene Pam
  13. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
  14. Golden Slumbers
  15. Carry That Weight
  16. The End
  17. Her Majesty
Review: There's a chance this Liverpudlian four piece will be familiar by now. This, their 11th studio outing, first unveiled as the 1960s slipped into the 70s, is a bonafide epic from an outfit that weren't lacking in epics; in many ways a culmination of their time together, marking the end of their active years and beginning of their legacy. By this stage, then, they've emerged from years spent on the inner journey and time on the outer, space cadeting to the hallucinogenic fuelled tones of "Sgt. Peppers" and "Revolver". Of course, there's still plenty of explorations happening, but the gritty blues rock of opening track "Come Together" really sets the tone. Five decades on, it still sounds great and maybe even better than you remember. Even if you own the original, this anniversary edition is worth having.
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 in stock $7.79
VARIOUS
Gost Zvuk 5 Years (hand-stamped 3xLP + insert + sticker)
Cat: GOST 013. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Burago - "Mockba" (4:06)
  2. Kuzma Palkin - "1812cmos" (3:38)
  3. INFX - "Damaged +dn" (3:53)
  4. Hmot - "Instrumentation III" (4:19)
  5. Gamayun - "Kapel" (5:27)
  6. Nocow - "Vnutri" (3:47)
  7. Dices - "Aquarius" (5:40)
  8. Erofeev - "11bng" (5:59)
  9. Vtgnike - "Designer Saudade" (4:20)
  10. Flaty - "Overthinker Heat" (6:14)
  11. OL - "Subatex" (4:28)
  12. Buttechno - "Melody BDD" (4:10)
  13. Stankevich - "Covert Operation" (4:02)
  14. Dx2ov - "Zhdu" (3:48)
  15. Suokas - "IJL" (4:23)
  16. L - "Cranes" (5:38)
  17. Global Predictor - "Prequel" (2:15)
  18. Dog's Lake - "1911cut" (2:24)
  19. Kassir - "Afk" (3:21)
  20. Kedr Livanskiy & AEM Rhythm Cascade - "Chto Ty Govoril" (4:17)
  21. Fama87 - "Yama" (2:35)
Review: Russia's Gost Zvuk label has long been a firm favourite here in the Juno office. Their glitchy, mysterious, futuristic music always makes for intriguing listening and now they celebrate five fantastic years with a compilation featuring a host of closely associated talents old and new. The bumper triple vinyl collection features paranoid experimental ambient that draws to mind covert spying operations, mangled machine music like INFX's "Damaged +dn", haunting modulated synth soundscapes from OL and skeletal techno rhythms that rewire your brain like Erofeev's "11bng". It all makes for a genuinely fresh and original collection of hugely provocative music.
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Cat: BEWITH 061LP. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Rock
  1. Blue Beach - Welcome To Your Beach (4:14)
  2. Never Find A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do) (2:49)
  3. By The Pool (2:18)
  4. Roll Over, Beethoven - Out Of The Beach (2:23)
  5. In The Shade (3:20)
  6. Looking Across The Street (5:02)
  7. Long Distance Look (2:13)
  8. Hot Afternoon (2:43)
  9. Crying In The Sun (3:02)
  10. The Next Time (2:33)
  11. Miss BB Walks Away (3:48)
  12. Sleep Walk (2:14)
  13. Standing There (3:48)
Review: While he enjoyed a brief career as a musician in the 1960s, by the time he recorded debut album "Down On The Road By The Beach" in 1983 Steve Hiett was better known as one of the world's leading fashion photographers. In fact, it was at the suggestion of a Japanese gallery owner that he got back in the studio to record what has long been regarded as an impossible-to-find Balearic gem. Hiett's reverb and delay-laden Peter Green style guitar passages take centre stage throughout, winding in and out of languid grooves and ambient electronics to create what some have called "the ultimate desert island disc" - a record of such lazy, sun-kissed beauty that it sounds tailor made for drowsy days waking up on the beach.
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 in stock $26.89
Cat: BLACKTRUFFLE 053CD. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Preservation
Review: Since she burst on to the experimental music scene three years ago, percussionist, composer and sound designer Sarah Hennies has proved particularly adept at creating conceptual pieces that are more accessible and breathtakingly beautiful than similar exercises devised by her peers. "Reservoir 1: Reservation", is a fantastic example. Apparently part of a trilogy based on "the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind", the piece sees Hennies and her fellow Meridian collective members take turns to deliver unique percussive sounds and textures to the accompaniment of Phillip Bush's mesmerizing piano motifs. It's undeniably minimalist in its approach, but utterly beguiling: a beautiful work that may one day be spoken of in hushed tones.
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 in stock $11.45
Cat: AOTNCD 030. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Elementary Physiology (part 1)
  2. Elementary Physiology (part 2)
  3. Balloon Ride
  4. Circadian Rhythms
  5. Diametrically Opposed
  6. Grockle Box
  7. Living The Dream
  8. Platform Game
  9. Stacey's Theme
  10. Photosynthesis
  11. Chronobiology
Review: Jazz-man Greg Foat has always been more open-minded and eclectic than many give him credit for, delivering nods to pastoral folk, movie soundtracks and library music amongst his more jazz-focused output. Even so, "Photosynthesis" is still a curveball, featuring as it does drowsy and mostly leisurely soundscapes that move from Radiophonic Workshop influenced weird-outs and mutant lounge music, to stoned horizontal grooves and post trip-hop soundscapes. Interestingly, some of the album's standout moments come laden with woozy electric pianos and the kind of hazy, slow motion guitar motifs that evoke mental images of long, drawn-out sunsets.
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 in stock $10.12
Cat: MARIONETTE 11. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sobaka (6:15)
  2. Sulla Pelle (8:52)
  3. Tre Port (3:52)
  4. Micro Tormento (10:23)
Review: "Sulla Pelle" marks the first collaborative release between London based Italian Valentina Magaletti and Swiss artist Julian Sartorius. Made using The Heliocentrics' 1970s BBC mixing desk, it is a meditation on rhythm, off grid grooves and stuttering percussive lines that will loosen every bone in your body. There is a delicacy and minimalism to the hypnotic ten minute opus "Micro Tormento", but "Tre Port" is a darker, more sparse affair with loose hits and tumbling drums. Opener "Sobaka" is the prickliest of the lot and the title track is the busiest and most restless, making for a fantastic trip over all.
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Nine (CD)
Cat: 190759 63222. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Rock
  1. The First Time
  2. Happy Days
  3. Heaven
  4. Darkside
  5. Blame It On My Youth
  6. Generational Divide
  7. Run Away
  8. Black Rain
  9. I Really Wish I Hated You
  10. Pin The Grenade
  11. No Heart To Speak For
  12. Ransom
  13. On Some Emo Shit
  14. Hungover You
  15. Remember To Forget Me
Review: When you think of the way we were when Blink 182's angsty punk-pop was tapping the top of the charts one word comes to mind - innocence. Compared to this era of impending existential doom it was easier to work out solutions then, even if solutions weren't put into action. So welcome to the new age, and a new Blink 182 intent on carving a fresh place for themselves in this frighteningly complex point in history. It's as though 2016's "California" was a cathartic and temporary rekindling of old flames, giving closure and helping the band move forward properly. Here they take us into territories barely on their radar before. Not that opener "The First Time" doesn't nod to past glories. "Darkside" brings arty, experimental punk, "Heaven" is a main stage overture, "On Some Emo Shit" is a desperate call for help and admission of the universality of fragility.
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Photosynthesis (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: AOTN 030. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Elementary Physiology (part 1) (2:35)
  2. Elementary Physiology (part 2) (3:36)
  3. Balloon Ride (4:39)
  4. Circadian Rhythms (3:34)
  5. Diametrically Opposed (3:23)
  6. Grockle Box (1:32)
  7. Living The Dream (4:00)
  8. Platform Game (4:44)
  9. Stacey's Theme (3:24)
  10. Photosynthesis (3:38)
  11. Chronobiology (4:14)
Review: Jazz-man Greg Foat has always been more open-minded and eclectic than many give him credit for, delivering nods to pastoral folk, movie soundtracks and library music amongst his more jazz-focused output. Even so, "Photosynthesis" is still a curveball, featuring as it does drowsy and mostly leisurely soundscapes that move from Radiophonic Workshop influenced weird-outs and mutant lounge music, to stoned horizontal grooves and post trip-hop soundscapes. Interestingly, some of the album's standout moments come laden with woozy electric pianos and the kind of hazy, slow motion guitar motifs that evoke mental images of long, drawn-out sunsets.
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 in stock $19.96
Recordings 1979-1981 (limited gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: VOD 156RP. Rel: 18 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ladder Of Souls (2:53)
  2. Return Call/We Are (11:08)
  3. Sad Horizons (5:31)
  4. So I (2:10)
  5. Return Call (13:03)
  6. Drums (2:37)
  7. Air Lair (5:39)
  8. AAAAAAR (7:36)
  9. Kiss The Cloth 1 (9:45)
  10. Kiss The Cloth 2 (3:41)
  11. Kiss The Cloth 3 (5:49)
  12. Gloria 1 (6:34)
  13. Gloria 2/3 (8:40)
  14. Gloria 4/5 (5:31)
Review: It's cult records and mythical artists like this that record collectors fawn over for years. Well this particular wait is now over as for the first time ever on vinyl you can now own two super rare 1980-82 tapes by Two Daughters. They were a mysterious pair affiliated with Throbbing Gristle and recorded all sorts of dark and haunting noise in Brixton for Nurse With Wound's United Dairies. This session is as freaky as they come, with muffled voices appearing out of the noise like apparitions. Hypnotic and daunting, droning and bleakly mesmeric, this music sounds to us like the shadowy corridors of an old lunatic asylum in the dead of a winter's night.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $31.93
Cat: IDIB 105CD. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Human Again
  2. Red Light
  3. Black Shadow
  4. She Made Him Love Again
  5. Copper Bells
  6. No Words
  7. Our Love In A Glass So Thin
  8. Suburban Pastel
  9. This Is Where The Sky Begins
  10. The Sum Of Our Sins
  11. She Made Him Love Again (reprise)
  12. Ship In The Sky
Review: Saxophonist and keyboardist Jorja Chalmers has accomplished much over the course of her career - she's toured and recorded extensively with Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music - but debut album "Human Again" marks the first time she's stood centre stage as a solo artist. She has all the ingredients to succeed on her own, though: a bold look, a supportive label in Italians Do It Better and a signature style that's in turns creepy, claustrophobic, cinematic, atmospheric and seductive. More importantly, "Human Again" is superb, offering a synthesizer-powered mix of dark ambient instrumentals, David Lynch style soundtrack pieces, drowsy and clandestine sounding songs and cuts that wrap her distinctive saxophone solos around the most evocative of electronic soundscapes.
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Nine (gatefold LP + insert)
Cat: 190759 63231. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Rock
  1. The First Time (2:27)
  2. Happy Days (2:58)
  3. Heaven (3:16)
  4. Darkside (3:00)
  5. Blame It On My Youth (3:05)
  6. Generation Divide (0:50)
  7. Run Away (2:24)
  8. Black Rain (2:46)
  9. I Really Wish I Hated You (3:11)
  10. Pin The Grenade (3:02)
  11. No Heart To Speak Of (3:40)
  12. Ransom (1:24)
  13. On Some Emo Shit (3:12)
  14. Hungover You (2:58)
  15. Remember To Forget Me (3:30)
Review: When you think of the way we were when Blink 182's angsty punk-pop was tapping the top of the charts one word comes to mind - innocence. Compared to this era of impending existential doom it was easier to work out solutions then, even if solutions weren't put into action. So welcome to the new age, and a new Blink 182 intent on carving a fresh place for themselves in this frighteningly complex point in history. It's as though 2016's "California" was a cathartic and temporary rekindling of old flames, giving closure and helping the band move forward properly. Here they take us into territories barely on their radar before. Not that opener "The First Time" doesn't nod to past glories. "Darkside" brings arty, experimental punk, "Heaven" is a main stage overture, "On Some Emo Shit" is a desperate call for help and admission of the universality of fragility.

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Age Of Aquarius (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HJP 088. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Creator God (10:07)
  2. Alan (6:56)
  3. Ogun Calling (1:39)
  4. Eye Of Ra (6:21)
  5. Woman Of Amazon (6:38)
  6. Self/Distance (6:22)
  7. Paradise Lost (6:43)
  8. Frequency Interference (5:55)
  9. Cradle To The Sunset (2:37)
Review: Tribe Of Colin have done a good job of keeping their identity unknown despite plenty of well received releases. Honest Jon's gets a fourth album from the enigmatic artist(s) that deals in sludgy techno, dubby steppers and pulsing electronic music that harks back to the streets of Detroit as much as hinting at a future London landscape long after humans have long gone. Twisted synths, shimmering percussion, dark chords and complex rhythms are interwoven with gritty textures and field recordings from around the world to make it a spellbinding listen. Fans of Actress and Andy Stott will love.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $20.50
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