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Deportation Blues (limited silver vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BELLA 748V. Rel: 24 Aug 18
Indie
  1. Deportation Blues (4:44)
  2. I'm In A Weird Place Now (4:29)
  3. Hell Or Pennsylvania (4:29)
  4. I'm Desperate (4:08)
  5. When I Think Of My Dog (4:11)
  6. Am I Dead Yet? (5:23)
  7. Midnight Ease (4:56)
  8. Fire In England (3:45)
  9. Until You Kiss Me (3:00)
Review: In the aftermath of the Brexit vote the question on many people's minds is 'what's going to happen'...well an answer for some, at least, was a new BC Camplight album, fittingly named, Deportation Blues. Recording in Liverpool's Whitewood studios, Brian Christinzio is said to have locked himself in a windowless studio and recorded all songs almost exclusively in the dark. With title track Deportation Blues its most illuminating result, the album overall is a more electrified opus, musically speaking, than his previous long players How To Die In The North and Blink Of A Nihilist. Featuring Luke Barton on guitars and synth, alongside guitarist Tom Rothery and multi-instrumentalist/ backing singer Ali Bell, BC Camplight lights it up again.
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Shouting About Nothing (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: SPEAR 098. Rel: 05 Mar 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Sincerely Yours (feat Leo Wood) (5:13)
  2. Sight Unseen (4:52)
  3. All Fired Up (4:58)
  4. For All You're Worth (4:28)
  5. Run For Cover (4:35)
  6. Prozac Dub (4:53)
  7. All The King's Horses (4:14)
  8. Vintage (5:37)
  9. Remind Me (4:55)
  10. Shouting About Nothing (4:46)
  11. Moving Away (feat Jevon Ives) (4:33)
  12. First Love (5:01)
  13. Sincerely Yours (feat Leo Wood)
  14. Sight Unseen
  15. All Fired Up
  16. For All You're Worth
  17. Run For Cover
  18. Prozac Dub
  19. Wanderer
  20. All The King's Horses
  21. Vintage
  22. Remind Me
  23. Shouting About Nothing
  24. Moving Away (feat Jevon Ives)
  25. First Love
  26. Magic Words (feat Degs)
Review: When it comes to sunny, summer-fresh drum and bass, few producers are quite as capable as Spearhead Records supremo Steve "BCee" Jefroy. Further proof of his mastery of soulful-but-punchy D&B comes courtesy of Jefroy's fifth solo full-length, "Shouting About Nothing". Highlights come thick and fast, from the gentle pianos, rolling breaks and stunning vocals of "Sincerely Yours (feat. Leo Wood)" and the weighty low-end rumble of "All Fired Up", to the ruffneck early jungle/vintage D&B fusion of "For All Your Worth", cinematic drum and bass soul of "Wanderer" and the dub-wise, hot-stepping dancefloor skank of the title track "Shouting About Nothing".
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Cincuenta (limited heavyweight vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: GCLP 135. Rel: 02 Apr 19
International
  1. These Young Girls (3:21)
  2. Como Tu Me Despreciaste (feat Samy Sandoval) (5:15)
  3. Mame Lele (feat Alfredo Payne & Latin Fresh) (4:00)
  4. Lo Que Tu Eres Para Mi (feat Camilo Azuquita) (3:17)
  5. Dog War (3:24)
  6. Fire (3:36)
  7. Como Me Dirias Que No (feat Alfredo Payne) (3:18)
  8. Going To Bocas (4:29)
  9. Africa Caliente (version Cincuenta) (5:28)
  10. The Beachers & Pureza Natural - "Bocas Del Toro" (3:15)
Review: 2019 marks 50 years since The Beachers formed in their home country of Panama. That they're not only still going strong but also capable of conjuring up magical albums like "Cincuenta" - their 13th in total - is remarkable in anyone's book. Long-term fans will tell you that this isn't actually a brand new set, having first appeared in 2017, but this is the first time it has appeared on vinyl. It remains a humid, vibrant and sun-kissed affair, with the veteran combo serving up ten tracks that gleefully join the dots between soca, calypso, ska, reggae, traditional Panamanian music and the more dancefloor-focused sounds of Cuba, Colombia and Venezuela. In other words, it's business as usual for the acclaimed Panamanian fusionists.
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Intérprete: Galletas Calientes
 in stock $19.84
Cat: COMM 150. Rel: 22 Jul 16
Indie
  1. Red Earth & Pouring Rain (4:49)
  2. Emeralds (4:28)
  3. Dew On The Vine (4:57)
  4. Roses On A Breeze (5:20)
  5. New Jerusalem (4:01)
  6. Love Can't Stand Alone (5:27)
  7. Auld Wives (4:32)
  8. Greenwoods Bethlehem (5:29)
  9. Broken Parable (6:11)
  10. Fortress (5:19)
  11. Gabriel (4:11)
  12. Napoleon (5:13)
Review: Despite having found initial attention via the modern British folk scene that also spawned Mumford & Sons, Laura Marling et al, Bear's Den have managed to carve our a distinct identity for themselves, and this second album sees them building on this with aplomb and ingenuity. Maintaining their trademark heart-on-sleeve approach, and harnessing their Ivor Norvello-worthy songwriting chops to electronic soundscapes and sweeping melodic traditions that extend through hazy recollections of the '70s and '80s, 'Read Earth & Pouring Rain' is the sound of this duo striking out as global contenders for widescreen pop supremacy.
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Cat: 500 1121. Rel: 22 Jun 07
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. B For My Name
  2. 14th St Break
  3. Suco De Tangerina
  4. The Gala Event
  5. Electric Worm
  6. Freaky Hijiki
  7. Off The Grid
  8. The Rat Cage
  9. The Melee
  10. Dramastically Different
  11. The Cousin Of Death
  12. The Kangaroo Rat
Review: "The Mix Up" is the new album by the Beastie Boys. For the first time every track is an instrumental. This spits hot fire! Mike D said that "even though The Mix-Up is a "post-punk instrumental" album, the Beasties have no plans to ditch vocals for good". In fact, they are currently planning another version of the album that will feature collaborations with "a pretty wide array" of "mostly newer" vocalists! Check, check it out.
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Intérprete: Radiocuts
 in stock $19.67
Root Down (reissue) (LP + insert)
UMC
Cat: 778090 8. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Root Down (Free Zone mix) (3:55)
  2. Time To Get Ill (2:03)
  3. Heart Attack Man (2:07)
  4. The Maestro (3:14)
  5. Sabrosa (3:03)
  6. Root Down (PP Balloon mix) (3:24)
  7. Root Down (3:36)
  8. Flute Loop (1:38)
  9. Time For Livin' (1:56)
  10. Something's Got To Give (5:01)
Review: Root Down is an experimental album from 1994 when The Beastie Boys locked themselves in a rehearsal space and went to town on studio experimentation and live jamming. It came between "Paul's Boutique" and "Check Your Head" and resulted in two previously unreleased versions of the title track and snippets of music recorded while on tour in Europe. There is the typical Beastie Boys mix of floor rocking riffs but with funky new flows stitched in and thus charts the period in which the band went from their post punk guitar roots to a more new-groove driven sound.
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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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Colors (limited red vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: 571768 0. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Colors (4:22)
  2. Seventh Heaven (4:56)
  3. I'm So Free (4:07)
  4. Dear Life (3:45)
  5. No Distraction (4:35)
  6. Dreams (4:59)
  7. Wow (3:43)
  8. Up All Night (3:11)
  9. Square One (2:55)
  10. Fix Me (3:08)
Review: Thirteen studio albums in, and 'Colors' sees Beck maybe at his most playful and upbeat since the late '90s. Title track 'Colors' opens the albums with an immediacy that bursts out like a heavily polished 'Devil's Haircut'. The album veers off in all kinds of pop directions, from the anthemic 'Seventh Heaven', to the almost trap-like 'Wow', Beck shows he's willing to experiment and wrangle as much as possible into an album. It might not be his most contemplative record, but it's definitely his glossiest and most entertaining in a while, and promises a rollercoaster ride from start to finish.
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Colors (limited yellow vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: 578822 0. Rel: 13 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Colors (4:22)
  2. Seventh Heaven (4:56)
  3. I'm So Free (4:07)
  4. Dear Life (3:45)
  5. No Distraction (4:35)
  6. Dreams (4:59)
  7. Wow (3:43)
  8. Up All Night (3:11)
  9. Square One (2:55)
  10. Fix Me (3:08)
Review: Thirteen studio albums in, and 'Colors' sees Beck maybe at his most playful and upbeat since the late '90s. Title track 'Colors' opens the albums with an immediacy that bursts out like a heavily polished 'Devil's Haircut'. The album veers off in all kinds of pop directions, from the anthemic 'Seventh Heaven', to the almost trap-like 'Wow', Beck shows he's willing to experiment and wrangle as much as possible into an album. It might not be his most contemplative record, but it's definitely his glossiest and most entertaining in a while, and promises a rollercoaster ride from start to finish.
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Colors (cassette)
Cat: 602557 804287. Rel: 07 Dec 17
 
Indie
  1. Colors
  2. Seventh Heaven
  3. I'm So Free
  4. Dear Life
  5. No Distraction
  6. Dreams
  7. Wow
  8. Up All Night
  9. Square One
  10. Fix Me
Review: Thirteen studio albums in, and 'Colors' sees Beck maybe at his most playful and upbeat since the late '90s. Title track 'Colors' opens the albums with an immediacy that bursts out like a heavily polished 'Devil's Haircut'. The album veers off in all kinds of pop directions, from the anthemic 'Seventh Heaven', to the almost trap-like 'Wow', Beck shows he's willing to experiment and wrangle as much as possible into an album. It might not be his most contemplative record, but it's definitely his glossiest and most entertaining in a while, and promises a rollercoaster ride from start to finish.
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Gallipoli (gatefold green vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0121LPE. Rel: 01 Feb 19
Indie
  1. When I Die (3:17)
  2. Gallipoli (4:02)
  3. Varieties Of Exile (5:27)
  4. On Mainau Island (2:13)
  5. I Giardini (3:42)
  6. Gauze Fur Zah (6:08)
  7. Corfu (2:33)
  8. Landslide (3:31)
  9. Family Cruse (3:22)
  10. Light In The Atoll (3:56)
  11. We Never Lived Here (4:11)
  12. Fin (2:02)
Review: As Zach Condon prepares to embark on a mass trans-atlantic tour in support of this Gallipoli LP as Beirut, all the fanfare of his horns, bells and whistling croons are once again to be enjoyed in full for a fifth time. Debuting back in 2006 with Gulag Orkestar, Gallipoli adds to the band's stream of albums these past 15 years and presents the singer-songwriter's second appearance on London's great 4AD. Inspired by a chance encounter with a brass band procession on the fated Turkish peninsula which reminded him of the Italian films from his childhood, he named the album and title track after small, coastal town in Apulia, southern Italy. These influences can be heard across Gallipoli alongside the sweet screams of synths and chimes that adorn the others, to spates of bluesy tropicana and the sweet, melancholic and trumpeting tones the band are most cherished for.
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Cat: OLE 14551. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Indie
  1. Sister Buddha (Intro) (3:00)
  2. I Know Where The Summer Goes (4:23)
  3. Did The Day Go Just Like You Wanted? (3:10)
  4. Jill Pole (3:01)
  5. I'll Keep It Inside (1:55)
  6. Safety Valve (3:00)
  7. The Colour's Gonna Run (2:21)
  8. Another Day, Another Night (1:32)
  9. Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying (3:56)
  10. Wait & See What The Day Holds (3:16)
  11. Sister Buddha (4:05)
  12. This Letter (3:24)
  13. We Were Never Glorious (5:22)
Review: Considering their penchant for spinning yarns and the cinematographically-suited nature of much of their work, it's surprising "Days Of The Bagnold Summer" is only Belle & Sebastian's second shot at a movie score. The last was 2001's '"Storytelling", accompanying Todd Solondz's movie of the same name, and they certainly did a good job then. So, high expectations this time round. For those unfamiliar, their latest foray into the film world partners the directorial debut of Simon Bird, best known to many as one of "The Inbetweeners". The flick, an adaptation of Joff Winterhart's 2012 graphic novel, chronicles the life and times of a teenage metalhead and his single mother. The album perfectly accompanies but also contributes to that tale. Highly emotive instrumental tracks and classic B&S songs-proper, this OST is destined to go down well with the band's true believers.
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Cat: DSRD 5. Rel: 18 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Alle Kinder (6:51)
  2. A Different Dream (3:39)
  3. Himmelszelt (5:50)
  4. The Coming Home (5:50)
  5. One Of Those Mornings (2:23)
  6. Its Because Of Her (3:28)
  7. Perfect In Every Way (6:04)
  8. Beautiful Robots (Ambient reprise) (4:22)
  9. Fernweh (3:55)
Review: Like Delsin label mates Conforce and Claro Intelecto, veteran producer John Beltran seems incapable of producing duff albums. "Hallo Androiden", his first full length outing for two years, is another wonderfully atmospheric, melodic and emotive set that recalls the producer's impeccable 1990s output. The nine tracks are as lushly produced as you'd expect, with Beltran effortlessly drifting between eyes-closed ambient techno, lilting electronica, slowly shifting sunset soundscapes and the kind of grandiose, life affirming ambient compositions that have long been a feature of the veteran producer's work. As with much of his output, there are enough intricate details and emotion-stirring motifs to suggest that the album will sound just as good on the 50th listen as it does the first.
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Cat: AJXLP 450. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Soundtracks
  1. Are You Being Served (2:21)
  2. The Good Life (2:05)
  3. London Weekend Television (0:09)
  4. Blankety Blank (1:57)
  5. Top Of The Pops (3:04)
  6. Picture Box (2:56)
  7. The Liver Birds (3:12)
  8. Thames Television (0:08)
  9. Rainbow (2:46)
  10. Doctor Who (3:17)
  11. Wildtrak (2:12)
  12. World In Action (2:45)
  13. Sorry (2:42)
  14. Open University (0:42)
Review: English actor, writer, and musician Matt Berry - of Darkplace and IT Crowd fame - covers, yes, covers an assortment of classic British TV themes. The result is an album to be appreciated as much as it is to be taken seriously, as it is to be enjoyed. Of course there's a pinch of humour with Berry placing himself alongside a muppet and Doctor Who on the album's cover art, but it's the theatrical, jazz and upbeat, yet easy listening approach of the album which really paints the picture. The LP's opener "Are You Being Served" is undeniable sweetest spot of nostalgia here, with the minutia of Thames Television indents, at 8 seconds long, also checked and covered. Recorded solo by Berry himself, it's a burgundy-beige trip through the technicolour memory of one's formative years enjoying the early-evenings and afternoons watching a select choice of the UKs most iconic TV.
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Cat: ISLE 006. Rel: 21 Nov 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Vivi-Q Flight Path (3:19)
  2. Orbitiara (4:09)
  3. Nick & Kev Set Controls For The Waning Moon (5:51)
  4. Loneliest Animals Of Them All (4:52)
  5. Disrecalling The Assassatoir (2:19)
  6. Unfathomed Fathoms (6:35)
  7. Tranquatic Slakes (3:57)
  8. Extinct Song (8:24)
Review: Tucked away in a shed in Portland, Kevin Palmer continues to cultivate an unmistakable sound, grown around a seemingly untiring exploration of the machines that he works with. He has previously alluded to doing much of his production work in the small hours when his family are asleep. After over a dozen full length releases thus far, his newest one comes courtesy of Glasgow's 12th Isle and sees the Working Nights boss explore more introverted expressions in afterhours soul reflection on Enginetics & Plasmalterations. Mind the baffling titles, these jams are totally hot: from spooked-out minimal house jams like "Nick & Kev Set Controls For The Waning Moon" that treads the same territory as Lowtec or STL, to his idiosyncratic version of dub techno as heard on "Orbitiara or "Unfathomed Fathoms". Elsewhere there's noisy soundscapes, sublime ambience to knackered house - this one will cerianly to appeal to the insomniacs and loners out there and it's tremendous.
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Intérprete: Little Beat Different, M50
 in stock $16.62
Better Oblivion Community Center (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOC 188LP. Rel: 22 Feb 19
Indie
  1. Didn't Know What I Was In For (3:59)
  2. Sleepwalkin' (3:11)
  3. Dylan Thomas (3:31)
  4. Service Road (3:43)
  5. Exception To The Rule (2:50)
  6. Chesapeake (4:03)
  7. My City (4:02)
  8. Forest Lawn (3:44)
  9. Big Black Heart (3:28)
  10. Dominos (4:31)
Review: American singer-songwriters Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst are two accomplished musicians in their own right, with the latter largely known for his role in Bright Eyes and other bands, with an enviable solo discography too, while the former, after a slew of singles, released her debut album Stranger In The Alps in 2017. Together the pair form Better Oblivion Community Center, who recently scored some airtime on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert with a beaty rendition of their dust-kicking vocal number "Dylan Thomas". The album delivers a bevy of duets and folk-tales with references to '90s pop rock and grunge never that far off, and it's best heard on "Dominos" and the cutesy synth-play of " Exception To The Rule".
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Runnin' For The Ghost (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: BMSMLP 001. Rel: 01 Nov 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Return Of The March (3:59)
  2. Seeing The Bigger Picture (4:12)
  3. Van Chatter (4:40)
  4. Runnin For The Ghost (6:17)
  5. Hired Guns (3:57)
  6. Kang's Lament (0:26)
  7. Burning Van (4:00)
  8. Sahara Cell Phones (5:34)
  9. Another Grain Of Sand (2:30)
Review: Since forming in 2009, Big Mean Sound Machine has carved a niche as purveyors of global "body and soul" music whose attractive and floor-friendly tracks brilliantly blend elements of South American, Caribbean, African and North American music. Runnin' For The Ghost, their fourth full-length, distills this potent formula further, with the 15-piece ensemble offering up tracks rich in Tony Allen style drum rhythms, dub-soaked basslines, righteous Cuban horns, juju guitars, mighty dub basslines and mind-altering hand-percussion. It's an anything-goes, open-minded approach that results in a swathe of arresting highlights, from the bustling horns and alien synths of "Sahara Cell Phones" and Cuban dub flex of "Another Grain of Sand", to the hectic Afro-funk fun of "Van Chatter".
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Cat: DABJLP 001. Rel: 31 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Straight Thru Cru (6:41)
  2. Our House (7:28)
  3. Hammond Groove (6:41)
  4. The Hadal Zone (6:25)
  5. Exchange With An Alien (7:02)
  6. High Heavens (6:13)
  7. Call Da Cops (6:59)
  8. The Great Beast (6:04)
  9. Gear Tension (7:03)
Review: The big man on campus returns! Fast becoming a staple on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, the Glaswegian producer throws down an impressive full length demonstrating the diversity within his musical repertoire - and count us in as fans. From the deep and soulful late night house of "Our House" which will have you 'doin' the wiggly worm', Afrobeat meets Innervisions styled melodic house on "Hammond Groove" while "High Heavens" explores classic neon-lit electro aesthetics from the '80s. There's even some harder stuff in there, like demonstrated on "The Great Beast" that's a slow burning early '90s style techno jam (which blows the bloody doors off!) and "Gear Tension" which throws in more hallmarks of the golden era such as 303 acid and Joey Beltram styled mentasms.
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Intérprete: Doorly, Posthuman
 in stock $19.03
UFOF (gatefold LP)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0129LP. Rel: 03 May 19
Indie
  1. Contact (3:53)
  2. UFOF (3:08)
  3. Cattails (4:05)
  4. From (3:54)
  5. Open Desert (3:49)
  6. Orange (3:28)
  7. Century (3:03)
  8. Strange (3:44)
  9. Betsy (3:22)
  10. Terminal Paradise (3:25)
  11. Jenni (4:10)
  12. Magic Dealer (1:50)
Review: There's plenty of anticipation around Big Thief's third record U.F.O.F., and we can say with confidence that it delivers on every front. A solid expansion of their last record, Capacity, U.F.O.F. for the most part goes deeper into diverse sonic territories that's emotionally raw and rich, calling to mind Elliott Smith, Joni Mitchell and various other accomplished singer songwriters especially in songs like "Contact" and "Cattails". Elsewhere, "Strange" and "Orange" provide a backing that seems more upbeat on the surface, yet the varied vocal technique of Adrianne Lenker, ranging from a whisper to a vulnerable bellow keeps us firmly captivated. The album really shines through when it reaches for slightly louder soundscapes, best heard on "Terminal Paradise" and "Jenni" (with the latter reminding us of "Washer" by Slint). All in all, U.F.O.F. will be a record that entrances you with its subtle yet haunting charm.
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Two Hands (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0180LP. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Indie
  1. Rock & Sing (1:56)
  2. Forgotten Eyes (3:26)
  3. The Toy (4:10)
  4. Two Hands (3:49)
  5. Those Girls (3:09)
  6. Shoulders (3:10)
  7. Not (6:01)
  8. Wolf (4:33)
  9. Replaced (4:40)
  10. Cut My Hair (3:11)
Review: It's not hard to understand why people so often ignore album release blurb. Sales-y, hyperbolic, and on more than the odd occasion rather poorly written, it's hardly required reading in order to get the most out of the record. That is unless it's Big Thief's 'Two Hands', a collection of music that genuinely makes more sense when you know the back story. For one thing this long form offering is arriving just months after its predecessor, which is always either the sign of a band that don't need big ideas to facilitate rapid-fire output, or a band that have so many big ideas they literally can't stop the momentum. This is a case of the latter. Timescale aside, "Two Hands" genuinely feels as though it was born in the Badlands, epic songs that invoke endless vistas across barren settings in a way that makes you feel as small as you actually are in a global context. Like cosying up in a log cabin away from the chilly endless dark of a desert night.
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Two Hands (limited gatefold peach marbled vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
4AD
Cat: 4AD 0180LPXE. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Indie
  1. Rock & Sing (1:54)
  2. Forgotten Eyes (3:25)
  3. The Toy (4:08)
  4. Two Hands (3:49)
  5. Those Girls (3:09)
  6. Shoulders (3:10)
  7. Not (6:00)
  8. Wolf (4:31)
  9. Replaced (4:39)
  10. Cut My Hair (3:11)
Review: It's not hard to understand why people so often ignore album release blurb. Sales-y, hyperbolic, and on more than the odd occasion rather poorly written, it's hardly required reading in order to get the most out of the record. That is unless it's Big Thief's 'Two Hands', a collection of music that genuinely makes more sense when you know the back story. For one thing this long form offering is arriving just months after its predecessor, which is always either the sign of a band that don't need big ideas to facilitate rapid-fire output, or a band that have so many big ideas they literally can't stop the momentum. This is a case of the latter. Timescale aside, "Two Hands" genuinely feels as though it was born in the Badlands, epic songs that invoke endless vistas across barren settings in a way that makes you feel as small as you actually are in a global context. Like cosying up in a log cabin away from the chilly endless dark of a desert night.
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Cat: BK 003LP. Rel: 08 Apr 14
Punk/Hardcore
  1. White Boy
  2. This Is Not A Test
  3. Don't Need You
  4. Jigsaw Youth
  5. Resist Psychic Death
  6. Rebel Girl
  7. Outta Me
  8. George Bush Is A Pig
  9. I Busted In Your Chevy Window
  10. Get Out
  11. Why
  12. Fuck Twin Peaks
  13. Girl Soldier
  14. Not Right Now
Review: This is a reissue of Bikini Kill's second EP, "Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah". Recorded in 1992 with Tim Green (Nation Of Ulysses) at The Embassyia group-house in Washington, DC, it was the first Bikini Kill release to feature the band's song, "Rebel Girl." Originally a split EP with the Brighton, UK-based band, Huggy Bear, the B-side now features seven previously unreleased Bikini Kill songs drawn from era-appropriate live shows and practice tapes. The artwork has also been updated to include archival photos and liner notes from the Bratmobile's Erin Smith, Comet Gain's David Feck, and the members of Bikini Kill.

Bikini Kill was a feminist punk band based in Olympia, WA and Washington, DC, forming in 1990 and breaking up in 1997. Kathleen Hanna sang, Tobi Vail played drums, Billy Karren (aka Billy Boredom) played guitar and Kathi Wilcox played bass. Bikini Kill is credited with instigating the Riot Grrrl movement in the early '90s via their political lyrics, zines, and confrontational live performances. This EP is the second release in a larger campaign to reissue the complete Bikini Kill catalog on vinyl and CD.
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Revolution Girl Style Now (LP + MP3 download code + sticker)
Cat: BK 001. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Punk/Hardcore
  1. Candy (3:26)
  2. Daddy's L'il Girl (2:28)
  3. Feels Blind (3:35)
  4. Suck My Left One (2:28)
  5. Carnival (1:30)
  6. This is Not A Test (1:45)
  7. Double Dare Ya (2:02)
  8. Liar (3:07)
  9. Ocean Song (3:28)
  10. Just Once (3:34)
  11. Playground (3:32)
Review: This was where it all started, not only for arguably the most important feminist rock band of all time, but for an entire musical movement. Originally released on cassette in 1991, Revolution Girl Style Now was an incendiary squall of furious ire, set aflame by DIY spirit, rulebook-shredding rage and Kathleen Hanna's fearsomely magnetic charisma alike. To this end, this collection of mighty calls to arms has stubbornly refused to date, standing proud as more than an essential Riot Grrrl document, rather a thrilling and timeless testimony to the power of punk rock at its most righteous.
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Cat: BIO 30LP. Rel: 11 May 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Drifter (4:16)
  2. Black Mesa (5:24)
  3. Turned To Stone (4:47)
  4. The Petrified Forest (5:01)
  5. Just One Kiss (4:54)
  6. This Is The End (5:16)
Review: Any new release from reclusive Norwegian ambient colossus Geir Jennsen is cause for celebration. The Petrified Forest was inspired by a 1936 movie of the same name, the plot of which revolves around a world-weary British writer meeting a fellow idealist in an isolated diner in the middle of the Arizona desert. Jenssen's music has always been cinematic in tone - think widescreen visions with multiple related movements, sitting somewhere between icy loneliness and comforting homeliness - so it's little surprise to find that The Petrified Forest regularly hits the mark. Evocative, atmospheric and quietly melodiousness, it's a mini album chock full of brilliant downtempo electronica.
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The Passion's Journey (140 gram vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: DAS 020LP. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. The Passion's Journey (4:06)
  2. Windchimes (12:23)
  3. Groove Train (7:35)
  4. Radiance (7:57)
  5. Any Way You Want It (7:29)
  6. Calliope (7:38)
  7. Afternoon Delight (7:02)
  8. In The Sunshine (6:27)
  9. Horizons (3:11)
  10. Explorations (13:22)
  11. Smokey Bones (3:29)
  12. Bouquet (7:09)
  13. Tic Toc (3:05)
Review: Brian Cullen's Bjak project provides the learned house producer with a chance to reach dizzying, transcendental heights through a hazy, soul and jazz indebted approach as spiritual as it is groove-oriented. Having previously charmed the likes of Deep Explorer and Eargasmic, the debut Bjak album now lands on sympathetic Swiss outpost deepArtSounds, where Cullen will be keeping fine company with the likes of Ron Trent, Above Smoke, Trinidadian Deep and many more. It's a sumptuous listen overflowing with buttery keys, smoky trumpets and expressive, organic rhythms to get all true-school deep house heads nodding with approval. Just check the beatbox flow of "Groove Train" with its canny fusion of ear-catching sampling and accomplished musicianship.
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Let's Rock (LP + stickers)
Cat: 007559 7924930. Rel: 28 Jun 19
Rock
  1. Shine A Little Light (3:18)
  2. Eagle Birds (2:40)
  3. Lo/Hi (2:56)
  4. Walk Across The Water (3:56)
  5. Tell Me Lies (3:39)
  6. Every Little Thing (3:24)
  7. Get Yourself Together (3:56)
  8. Sit Around & Miss You (2:42)
  9. Go (2:25)
  10. Breaking Down (3:25)
  11. Under The Gun (3:17)
  12. Fire Walk With Me (2:59)
Review: It's been a solid five years since the epic sounds of America's best plugged-in rock duo last electrified our ears. And be it a reference to the Rolling Stones or even Scorsese, the album turns it up from the start with "Shine A Little Light". Big time rhodes and bluesy folk mentalities are then wrapped up in a low-slung ballad that is "Walk Across The Water". Some fans may still be yearning for the raw energy that catapulted the duo into the limelight with Magic Potion, however high voltage sounds can still be found on tracks like "Under The Gun" and "Lo/Hi" - with gospel elements in this case edging to the fore. Overall there's a slight dance element protruding from this LP in comparison to previous records, begging the question: Can you dig it!
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Schlagenheim (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: RT 0073LP. Rel: 21 Jun 19
Indie
  1. 953 (5:20)
  2. Speedway (3:25)
  3. Reggae (3:19)
  4. Near DT, MI (2:22)
  5. Western (8:07)
  6. Of Schlagenheim (6:10)
  7. Bmbmbm (5:13)
  8. Years Ago (2:49)
  9. Ducter (6:30)
Review: The best thing since the Klaxons or Bloc Party have arrived. black midi! The student art rock band are bringing a new youthful energy and slight of malice back to the arena of post-indie inspired alternative guitar and synth music. They make this overtly known from the start with the supercharged opener that is "953", introducing an album that is said to have laid down eight of the record's nine tracks in just five days. Drums are fast and skittering, rhythms are dancey and guitars keep it Madchester jangley. "Speedway" (is that a wry Prodigy reference?) is among the album's highlights alongside the punk-funky "bmbmbm" and the short but trippy "Years Ago". With a 100 per cent backing by UK music institution Rough Trade: meet this generation's newest sensation.
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Cat: CPU 008LP. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Jazz
  1. The Ancient Rebellion (3:32)
  2. Never (3:35)
  3. The Knock (2:25)
  4. Just A Thing (2:27)
  5. Burn (2:56)
  6. Electric Spanking (2:02)
  7. Take 2 (1:26)
  8. You Need This Light (2:21)
  9. Traveler (3:03)
  10. 4 Blacks (2:11)
Review: If you're into contemporary jazz and have grown tired of having to source music that is limited to the 60's and 70's, the Computer Ugly label is the right place to be looking. Black Milk and Nat Turner, moreover, are two masters of the genre and with this LP entitled The Rebellion Sessions, they provide a sublime concoction of old jazz traditions coated in a sleeker, modern vibe. The basslines on tunes like "The Ancient Rebellion" and "Never" are good enough to be heard on their own, and other songs like "Just A Thing" would not sound out of place in either a disco or hip-hop set by the likes of Theo Parrish or Moodymann. In fact, while this album is undoubtedly jazz throughout, there's something more kinetic and dance-oriented across its arrangements.
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Branches (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WJLP 04. Rel: 15 Jun 17
Jazz
  1. But Not Willingly (4:14)
  2. At The Red End Of The World (3:50)
  3. Decision Jump (4:25)
  4. Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain (5:12)
  5. Branches (Citizen Music) (6:56)
  6. Tulee Paiva (6:17)
  7. Longer The Distance Sweeter The Sound (7:08)
Review: It's now been a decade since Finnish combo Black Motor impressed with their eponymous debut album. Numerous impressive albums later, the trio of drummer Simo Laihonen, double bass player Ville Rauhala and saxophonist Tane Kannisto is still growing strong. While they were once fearless exponents of challenging free jazz, Branches is an altogether smokier and more atmospheric affair. While it's clear that there's still plenty of improvisation throughout, the grooves are tidier and the sax lines more evocative, as if they were designed to soundtrack melancholic walks through damp city streets after midnight. It's certainly more accessible to newcomers than some of the work and makes for hugely enjoyable listening.
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Destroyer (limited white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 340LPC1. Rel: 24 May 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Future Shade (5:12)
  2. Horns Arising (6:51)
  3. Closer To The Edge (2:49)
  4. High Rise (6:16)
  5. Pretty Little Lazies (5:02)
  6. Boogie Lover (6:13)
  7. Licensed To Drive (4:49)
  8. FD'72 (5:49)
Review: When it comes to plugging in mega stacks of amplified prog-rock, Vancouver-area band Black Mountain deliver a retro-futuristic sound that's as large as any Godzilla soundtrack. With Destroyer presenting a fifth LP on Bloomington label Jagjaguwar, Black Mountain go someway in delivering a bold cross reference of only the best and most legendary points of 60s, 70s and 90s rock n roll regalia. With keys and piano mixed with guitars, distortion and vocoders giving the band a futuristic, krautrock (Deutsche elektronik musik) edge, British psychedelic and raw but atmospheric arrangements give the band their own undeniable identity. With songs passing the bottle from slow dancing rock, flashy hair metal, to synthy guitars and cosmic arpeggios, the best metal of today is still way up there, on Black Mountain.
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Illusions (2xLP)
Cat: VPR 12. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Wake Up (5:53)
  2. Ninety6 (4:43)
  3. Jump Off A Building (4:34)
  4. Sunrize (6:02)
  5. Under (interlude) (2:08)
  6. Pandemic (4:43)
  7. B LVDE III (3:20)
  8. Oizo (3:40)
  9. Xchange (6:02)
  10. Nite Drive (6:57)
Review: After a debut 12" on Vanity Press in 2017 and a successful followup on Portage Garage Sounds, Black Noi$e returns for his first solo full length, 'Illusions' spanning 10 tracks, 48 minutes, over 2 discs, with a beautiful full sleeve by Bernard Veyu with a matte finish. Coming into his own, Detroit's Black Noi$e delivers a complete work, traversing styles and sounds from the past while looking far into to the future.
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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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Get Tragic (LP + insert)
Cat: JAZZLIFE 16LP. Rel: 25 Jan 19
Indie
  1. Eye To Eye (3:41)
  2. Mexican Dress (4:00)
  3. Bangsar (2:32)
  4. Nearer (3:55)
  5. Beverly (4:41)
  6. Find My Own Remorse (4:07)
  7. Howl (2:57)
  8. (Interlude) (0:47)
  9. Anxiety (3:03)
  10. Vertigo (3:07)
  11. Elijah (4:52)
Review: With the hove of sounds coming out of Brighton right now duo Blood Red Shoes are delivering a unique blend of post-alternatives, with melodious references ranging from the choral of Klaxon's numbers, to the musical muster of Manchester psychedelic rock act The Music. With a release previous on XL Recordings too, the group are making themselves known via their own Jazz Life label. Get Tragic, and its other track titles suggest a continued emo-quality to their feel, a sound resounding with the tragedy of future-modern times.
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Daughters Of Time (LP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: SOD 120LP. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Bonnie (2:15)
  2. Violet (1:41)
  3. Polly (1:26)
  4. Celeste (1:18)
  5. Melody (1:17)
  6. Alice (1:54)
  7. June (1:15)
  8. Odette (2:41)
  9. Vivian (1:58)
  10. Marcy (1:16)
  11. Jude (1:23)
  12. Sabine (1:30)
  13. Isla (2:27)
  14. Claudia (1:40)
  15. Jane (2:00)
  16. Christine (2:22)
Review: It was on the Greedy Ventilator imprint that we first heard the iconic sounds of Blue Chemise, an artist that still remains a mystery to us and most of his/her followers. Much like the sounds of artists like Eleh, or anyone residing on the Touch label, Blue Chemise's approach to electronic music is calm, calculated and almost mathematical in its composition. Across this wonderfully deep album of drones and cinematic soundscapes, there is a narrative and a strategy. While the essence of it may never be revealed or understood, it is not music for the sake of music, but rather an immersive collection of sonic experiments that demand an emotive response. We think it's the best bit of ambient that's dropped this week. For the hardcore purists, that is...
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Music Has The Right To Children (gatefold 2xLP + sticker)
Cat: WARPLP 55R. Rel: 18 Oct 13
Experimental/Electronic
  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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Tomorrow's Harvest (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 257. Rel: 07 Jun 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Gemini
  2. Reach For The Dead
  3. White Cyclosa
  4. Jacquard Causeway
  5. Telepath
  6. Cold Earth
  7. Transmisiones Ferox
  8. Sick Times
  9. Collapse
  10. Palace Posy
  11. Split Your Infinities
  12. Uritual
  13. Nothing Is Real
  14. Sundown
  15. New Seeds
  16. Come To Dust
  17. Semena Mertvykh
Review: Given that it's been eight years since the last Boards of Canada album, Tomorrow's Harvest should, by rights, push Daft Punk's Random Access Memories in the hype stakes. Certainly, it's a fine set. During their sabbatical, Marcus Eoin and Michael Sandison have lost none of their power to amaze and impress. Chords drone, samples hiss, synths shimmer and beats swing. There are intense ambient moments and intoxicating, post-IDM dreamscapes. It is in turns icy, warm, introspective and blindingly picturesque. Throughout, Tomorrow's Harvest is impeccably atmospheric, conjuring images of windswept Scottish moors, becalmed Cornish bays and maudlin pagan ceremonies. As comeback records go, it's pretty darn good.
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Cat: BARN 018LP. Rel: 21 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Can't Find It
  2. Kings & Emperors
  3. fantastic Piano
  4. Son Of A Plumber
  5. New Krau Era
  6. Hello
  7. Barcelona
  8. No Sweden
  9. Animal Lovers
  10. Dance All Night
Review: Swedish producer Axel Boman seems to have been around forever, delivering solid and occasionally sensational deep house. In fact, he first emerged in 2009, and somewhat surprisingly Family Vacation is his debut album. It's a rather impressive beast, if truth be told, offering a whirlwind trip through his inspirations, from the downtempo analogue wooziness of "Let's Get Nervous" and jaunty, jazz-wise, US-influenced deep house of "Son of a Plumber", to the dreamy electronics and off-kilter rhythms of "No! No! No! No!", and the Theo Parrish-goes-Calypso vibes of "Bottoms Up". Most impressive of all, though, is the dark, humid, tropical pagan flex of "Kings & Emperors". Its' African voodoo atmosphere offers a startling alternative to the quiet positivity found elsewhere.
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Cat: 762581. Rel: 28 Feb 18
International
  1. Uengi Dia Ngola (4:07)
  2. Balumukeno (4:45)
  3. Ku Tando (3:27)
  4. Mona Ki Ngi Xica (5:02)
  5. Kilumba Dia Ngola (3:53)
  6. Muadikime (3:22)
  7. Luanda Nbolo (4:23)
  8. Mu Nhango (4:34)
  9. Paxi Ni Ngongo (3:53)
  10. Muimbo Ua Sabalu (4:59)
Review: Icon of Angolan music Bonga is on first-name terms with the stars and has given true meaning to the concept of 'Africanness'. He belongs to that caste of African singers who have sublimated their roots. His rasping, powerful voice is immediately identifiable and anyone listening to his music remains entranced from start to finish. In the mid '60s,, Bonga's athletic talents took him to Portugal where, ironically, he became a champion under his birth name while playing an active part in the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola. When the Salazar regime finally realised he was playing a double game, he managed to escape and went into exile in The Netherlands. There, in 1972, he recorded a harrowing first album soberly entitled Angola 72, with Cape Verdean musicians for the Dutch label Morabeza - today available on Lusafrica. This key record became something of a soundtrack for Angola's struggle for independence.
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The North Borders (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 195. Rel: 28 Mar 13
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. First Fires (feat Grey Reverend)
  2. Emkay
  3. Cirrus
  4. Heaven For The Sinner (feat Erykah Badu)
  5. Sapphire
  6. Jets
  7. Towers (feat Szjerdene)
  8. Don't Wait
  9. Know You
  10. Antenna
  11. Ten Tigers
  12. Transits (feat Szjerdene)
  13. Pieces (feat Cornelia)
Review: Since first emerging at the tail end of the '90s, Simon Green has become downtempo music's most marketable star, appealing just as much to occasional listeners and 40-something housewives as underground heads. Throughout that time, he's carefully shifted his sound to take in current trends and musical developments, whilst retaining a certain picturesque aesthetic. This fifth full-length, his fourth for Ninja Tune, continues that trend. Amongst the usual shuffling beats and twinkling melodies you'll find garage-esque vocal cut-ups, rubbery dancefloor rhythms, Floating Points style neo-jazz, string-laden two-step and some seriously wonky soul featuring vocals from Erykah Badu.
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Animal Magic (reissue) (limited 180 gram yellow vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TRULP 007X. Rel: 14 Aug 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Intro (0:41)
  2. Sleepy Seven (5:21)
  3. Dinosaurs (3:58)
  4. Kota (5:24)
  5. Terrapin (4:39)
  6. The Plug (5:16)
  7. Shadowtricks (4:08)
  8. Gypsy (3:36)
  9. Sugar Rhyme (4:46)
  10. Silver (6:34)
Review: Some 19 years after it first slipped out, Bonobo's fine debut album "Animal Magic" gets the reissue treatment, this time on tasty looking yellow vinyl. Simon Green's style has evolved considerably in the two decades that have passed since the album first hit stores, but his ability to craft gorgeous tunes has never changed. "Animal Magic" was more sample-heavy than his later work, with Green combining killer vocal and instrumental lifts with jazz-flecked basslines and woozy musical motifs of his own with punchy beats that variously doff a cap to hip-hop, downtempo grooves, trip-hop and nu-jazz. In other words, it's an evocative, soothing and hugely enjoyable sample patchwork that remains a laidback classic almost 20 years after he first made it.
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Cat: 7766. Rel: 09 Aug 17
Jazz
  1. Right On (5:41)
  2. Things Ain't The Way They Used To Be (7:05)
  3. Poppin' (6:10)
  4. Someday We'll Be Together (6:46)
  5. Brown Bag (5:05)
  6. Let It Be Mine (5:26)
Review: By the time he recorded Right On Brother in 1970, soul-jazz guitarist "Boogaloo" Joe Jones was at the peak of his powers. The album's enduring appeal is based, in part at least, in its thrillingly heavy fusion of elements of jazz, funk, soul, blues and psychedelic rock. Jones is naturally in fine form throughout, laying down a mixture of jazzy licks, wild solos and crunchy riffs, but is given more than ample support from a backing ensemble including organist Charles Earland (a star in his own right), saxophonist Rusty Bryant and, perhaps most impressively of all, legendary drummer Bernard Purdie. With such talent on display, it's unsurprising that Right on Brother is still held in such high esteem.
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Cat: PESS 003. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. We All Have An Impact (3:20)
  2. Low Forties (3:49)
  3. Dew Point Rising (1:57)
  4. Angel Of Dub (3:21)
  5. Weather In August (6:33)
  6. Deerhound (3:50)
  7. Black Rapids (4:40)
  8. The Brink Of Extinction (4:35)
  9. Fast Fashion (1:36)
  10. Artificial World (A Manmade Catastrophe) (3:33)
  11. Somewhere In Galicia (2:49)
  12. Spacial Patterns (5:41)
Review: Inspired by the ongoing climate emergency and our goverments' so far less than enthusiastic efforts to tackle it, Pessimist and Loop Faction's first collaborative album as Boreal Massif is as weary, frustrated and melancholic as you'd expect. Yet it's hugely entertaining, too: a constantly shifting affair in which hazy ambient tracks and crackling, field recordings-flecked soundscapes rub shoulders with post-dubstep cuts that sound like this decade's take on trip-hop. There are nods towards IDM, too, though the overall sound is far warmer and fuzzier, as if someone had sat Burial, Portishead, Massive Attack and Alpha down in a room and told them to get busy.
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Station To Station (remastered) (180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: 190295 990282. Rel: 10 Feb 17
Rock
  1. Station To Station (10:14)
  2. Golden Years (4:01)
  3. Word On A Wing (6:02)
  4. TVC 15 (5:33)
  5. Stay (6:14)
  6. Wild Is The Wind (6:02)
Review: Legend has it that David Bowie was so lost in a vortex of cocaine and ego during the making of this record to such a degree that he now can't remember anything about its creation at all. Typically of the Dame though, in the midst of all this madness he created a masterpiece, and arguably his greatest album of all. With a hint of the funk of influence of 'Young Americans', yet filtered through a glacial European sensibility, it's a genre-transcending tour-de-force of boundless scope and imperious swagger. Forty-one years on, this record still sounds like the future.
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Cat: DVDIS 075. Rel: 22 Sep 17
 
Rock
  1. In His Own Words (DVD 1)
  2. The Berlin Briefings (DVD 2)
Review: While David Bowie's talents were many, it was his skills as a musician, a composer and a performer which were, and indeed remain, the most celebrated of the great man's gifts. But Bowie was a self-taught intellectual too, a thinker of unparalleled originality and, quite probably, the best-read rock star of all time. He was also a talented speaker, an enormously absorbing conversationalist and someone you just know you could have had a damn good chat with, if only the opportunity had arisen. When these faculties are combined, as they are throughout the recordings here, some of the most stimulating archive film available on the boy from Beckenham is revealed. This double DVD set concentrates on David Bowie's spoken word video recordings, collating as it does more than 3 hours of the Thin White Duke in interview, in conversation, in conference and when simply having a bit of a natter! Intriguing and enthralling throughout, this set features both classic and rare footage, which all at once make it a must-have compilation for Bowie fans the world across.
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A Night In The Life Of (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DC 206. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Techno
  1. A Night In The Life Of (feat Lyke) (8:03)
  2. Unoffical Everything (6:05)
  3. Under The Bridge (7:15)
  4. Complex Club (6:35)
  5. Primal People (6:55)
  6. Out Of Focus (7:03)
  7. Sunshine State (6:06)
  8. Nights Become Days (6:03)
  9. Last Nightclub (1:59)
Review: Following two appearances on Adam Beyer's Drumcode, British producer/DJ Boxia and self-confessed "rave anorak" returns to the label with his debut full length "A Night In The Life Of". Nine powerful and highly engineered peak time techno weapons aimed squarely at the main room. Opening with the glassy-eyed title track (feat Lyke), Boxia knuckles down and lunges straight for the jugular via the pummelling "Unofficial Everything", deep sonar transmission of "Primal People", seething and barrelling power of "Sunshine State" before rounding things off with the emotional, ambient IDM number "Last Nightclub".
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Country Girl Uncut (LP + insert)
Cat: NUDE 12. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Motion (3:58)
  2. Electric (3:26)
  3. Country Girl (5:14)
  4. February (1:28)
  5. Undertwater (2:47)
  6. Send Me A Vision (5:03)
  7. Westeners (4:03)
  8. Swing (2:49)
Review: Self-styled "minimal synth duo" Boy Harsher has released some fine music over the last few years, though little quite as on-point and majestic as 2018's "Country Girl" EP. Here they offer up a new-look "uncut" edition of the stylish set, which expands the original four-track set via a quartet of previously unreleased recordings from the same period. You'll find the original EP - complete with the throbbing but picturesque "Motion" and dreamy "Country Girl" - on side A, with the bonus material on the flip. Of these, we're particularly enjoying the gentle pulse of "Underwater", and the "Please" era Pet Shop Boys flex of "Send Me A Vision" and "Westerners".
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Country Girl Uncut (limited green vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: NUDE 12X. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Motion (3:58)
  2. Electric (3:26)
  3. Country Girl (5:15)
  4. February (1:27)
  5. Undertwater (2:46)
  6. Send Me A Vision (5:03)
  7. Westeners (4:03)
  8. Swing (2:50)
Review: Self-styled "minimal synth duo" Boy Harsher has released some fine music over the last few years, though little quite as on-point and majestic as 2018's "Country Girl" EP. Here they offer up a new-look "uncut" edition of the stylish set, which expands the original four-track set via a quartet of previously unreleased recordings from the same period. You'll find the original EP - complete with the throbbing but picturesque "Motion" and dreamy "Country Girl" - on side A, with the bonus material on the flip. Of these, we're particularly enjoying the gentle pulse of "Underwater", and the "Please" era Pet Shop Boys flex of "Send Me A Vision" and "Westerners".
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Cat: MMWUFF 007LP. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Venus Covers Mars (Intro) (0:15)
  2. Under The Red (4:29)
  3. All You Can Eat (3:58)
  4. Wayward Sister (3:58)
  5. Smell Of Fire (5:05)
  6. No Sad Songs (4:05)
  7. Venus Covers Mars (3:31)
  8. You Can't Get Fooled By Love (4:21)
  9. Bark (4:16)
  10. She Gave Me Money (5:09)
  11. Can't Wait A Second (4:54)
Review: Synth pop veterans Boytronic - well known for hit single "You" but also for honing their sound at sex shows in Hamburg's red light district - are back after a ten year hiatus. After several personnel changes over the years, the latest line-up features old and new vocalists in Holger Wobker and James Knights respectively, and it could be the first time ever that a replacement and their predecessor have worked together on the same record. Importantly, they work well together, with plenty of 80s influences looming large over a wealth of danceable beats, tinny chords and woodpecker fills.
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Black Velvet (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAP 054LP. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Can't Fight The Feeling (2:47)
  2. Luv Jones (3:51)
  3. I Feel A Change (4:26)
  4. Slip Away (3:31)
  5. Black Velvet (3:29)
  6. Stay Away (3:14)
  7. Heart Of Gold (3:02)
  8. (I Hope You Find) The Good Life (5:09)
  9. Fly Little Girl (3:18)
  10. Victim Of Love (Electric version) (4:37)
Review: Once dubbed "the screaming eagle of soul", Charles Bradley passed away in 2017 after a late career surge that saw him finally find the commercial success that had long eluded him. "Black Velvet", his second and final posthumous set, draws on material recorded with long-term producer Tommy "TNT" Brenneck over the course of his career. Much of the material is either exceedingly rare (see his covers of songs by Nirvana, Neil Young and Rodriguez, as well as a sought-after funk duet with LaRose Jackson) or previously unreleased (see "Can't Fight The Feeling", "Fly Little Girl" and the never-before-heard "full band" take on Bradley classic "Victim of Love"). More importantly, it's all exceptionally good, making this a fitting farewell to Floridian soul singer.
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Cat: PMT 009CD. Rel: 19 Oct 17
Indie
  1. Lit Me Up
  2. Can't Get It Out
  3. Waste
  4. Could Never Be Heaven
  5. Same Logic/Teeth
  6. 137
  7. Out Of Mana
  8. In The Water
  9. Desert
  10. No Control
  11. 451
  12. Batter Up
Review: Lying dormant for eight years has evidently provided Brand New with enough reinvigoration to return guns blazing on this powerful and engulfing record. From the haunting samples that open the album in 'Lit Me Up', through to the resonating feedback and field recordings on the tail end of closer 'Batter Up', 'Science Fiction' follows a brooding path through contrasting passages of loud and quiet, confessional introspection and frustrated aggression. The band's well tempered control makes the more surprising moments, such as the bluesy desert rock of '451' and the pared back folk of 'Could Never Be Heaven' fit in seamlessly, making this an impressive, engaging and well-rounded return to form.
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