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Friday, 21 June
Ships in 1 day*Newly Remastered Edition pressed on clear vinyl* Initially available as a tour-only release, this album-length CD features nine tracks by stars of Italians Do It Better, Glass Candy. There's a wealth of new material on the disc, with only a couple of tracks having appeared in some form beforehand. The band's reworking of Kraftwerk's 'Computer Love' and the summery, retro disco of 'Rolling Down The Hills' have been given the re-recording treatment, having already showed up in different versions on the super hip After Dark compilation. The duo's Italo-influenced s… Read more
Ships in 1 dayahhhh, this is so good. Michigan noise celebs John Olson and Nate Young are joined by new blood James Baljo to coin their new era of mutoid wave music on 'No Answer: Lower Floors'. You freaks will also be pleased to hear that former members Aaron Dilloway and Mike Connelly return to the fold for this slab of cold, zombied meat, converging primal visions of regressed futures previously imagined in records by the likes of TG or The German Shepherds. There's a sense that the group's divergent individual interests - Nate Young with Regression, Stare Case, Moon Pool & Dead Band, John Olso… Read more
Ships in 1 dayMaudlin beatscapes and angst-ridden electro-pop from Baths on 'Obsidian', the follow-up to 2010's 'Cerulean'. As seems to be entirely commonplace for Anticon artists these days, Will Wiesenfeld seems in thrall to the plaintive chamber-folk of people like Sufjan Stevens and Peter Broderick, working with an aspirational toolbox of strings, guitars and vocal harmonies, favouring hushed, clos-mic'd production, and trying to put his own stamp on the formula with some dusty drum loops, erratic electronic squiggles and stuttering, disruptive edits. Elsewhere, as on 'Miasma Sky', the touchstone seem to be Hot… Read more
Ships in 1 day**Remastered collection of Carl Orff & Gunild Keetman's eductional tools, which were widely used in German and English schools. How very Trunk!** "These important recordings have been out of print since 1958. Yes, I'll say it again, 1958. The original UK albums ran across two long-playing LPs and were translations of the German versions issued around the same time. These two volumes could only be bought separately (foolishly they were never for sale as a pair or package or box set), the trouble was both looked identical and a prospective buyer could on… Read more
Ships in 1 dayAfter an extended hiatus, Matthew Patterson Curry's Safety Scissors returns with a 3rd album - his first since 2005's 'Tainted Lunch' for Scape.
Ships in 1 dayTwo of techno's most influential architects reprise a long-running relationship at 'Borderland'. Whilst officially their debut album collaboration, Detroit visionary Juan Atkins and his Berlin-based counterpart Moritz Von Oswald previously worked together on a string of foundational, early '90s techno tracks - from their 3MB trio alongside Thomas Fehlmann thru Von Oswald's engineering work on Model 500's classic 'Starlight', among others. Twenty years on they pick up a very similar flow or dialogue here with eight "sequences" of stripped-down, signature rhythms and 313 melodies… Read more
Ships in 1 dayMembers of the Heliocentrics and friends offload an album of skronky, festival-minded rock-jazz-funk; in its opening moments it sounds like it could be a noble synthesis of James Chance’s no wave volatility and Mulatu’s swaying Ethio sound, but it doesn’t take long to realise that it’s more like the Dub Pistols meets Jools’ Hootenanny. The musicianship is hard to fault in plain terms, and the band are probably formidable live if you’re pissed up on pina coladas with The Cuban Brothers, but the sporadic rock riffs and slapped-on electronic zaps and whooshes serve to date the thin… Read more
Ships in 1 day**Dope, diverse mix of soul, indie-pop, hip hop and electronics from a Scottish rap trio on Anticon** "The range these young men span from song to song is heroic. They are masters of emotion (“I Heard”), experts with texture (“Mr. Martyr”), incredible with rhythms (“Ebony Sky”), and fierce wielders of noise (“Queen Is Dead”). But they are also capable of being all of these things at once and coming out the other end with an odd masterpiece like “Way Down in the Hole,” which begins like a warm Miguel demo before inhabiting a bombed-out horror score apparently performed by the ghostly inhabitant… Read more
Ships in 1 day*Initial copies come with a free 10-track Nowton CD sampler* Mellow house and ornate, shimmering techno from Gold Panda on his sophomore LP. Fans of Caribou and Four Tet will find much to love in the generously melodic, intricately constructed 4/4 grooves the London-based producer puts on display, embroidered with samples and imbued with an organic, everything-is-alright essence that seems to make sense with summer (supposedly) on the way. We run the gamut from the supple minimal of 'Brazil' and more jaggedly programmed house swing of 'An English House' through to the chiming, circ… Read more