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Simian Angel (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: EMEGO 264. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Palm Sugar Candy (15:56)
  2. Simian Angel (19:59)
Review: Since 2012, much of Oren Ambarchi's solo has been focused on the intense potential of driving rhythms. "Simian Angel", the experimentalist guitarist and percussionist's 21st solo set, is a far more picturesque and slowly shifting affair. While there are distant drums present on opener "Palm Sugar Candy" (provided by Brazilian percussionist Cyro Baptista), these are buried a little in the mix, with Ambarchi's becalmed electronic tones, slow motion ambient chords and distinctive, effects-laden guitars taking centre stage. The results are warm, inviting and sun-kissed. The same could be said about title track "Simian Angel", an opaque, sun-bright suite of interconnected movements marked out by intricate piano solos, hazy guitar tones and visceral aural textures.
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Played by: Leif
 in stock $20.83
Cat: FAT 03. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Amor Propio (3:00)
  2. Light & High (5:42)
  3. Mari Posa (5:24)
  4. Seven Minutes In Heaven (5:39)
  5. Sequential (5:37)
  6. Cosa (5:43)
Review: Vancouver scene stalwarts Sophie Sweetland and Dan Rincon renew their Ambien Baby partnership with an expansive follow-up to 2018's acclaimed project debut, "Transfusion EP". While that was very good, "En Transito" is arguably even better thanks to the duo's giddy mixing and mangling of interconnected electronic sounds and styles. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the yearning sunrise melodies and Wagon Christ style drums of "Cosa", to the druggy ambient techno of "Seven Minutes In Heaven" and slo-mo acid chug of "Sequential", via the mid-'90s Ninja Tune style head-nodding beats of "Light & High". In other words, it's ace.
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4x12 (CD + booklet)
Cat: PM 27. Rel: 18 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ha
  2. SHGL
  3. Zulu
  4. Further Evident Meanings
  5. New Upheavil
  6. Sunset Eyes Through Water
  7. Morpheus Baby
  8. Big Sex
  9. Broadcast Test Transmission 1
  10. After Upheavil (Richard H Kirk remix - Adi Newton Radical version)
  11. Zulu (Richard H Kirk remix - Adi Newton dub version)
Review: Following the original dissolution of legendary Sheffield industrial funk outfit Clock DVA in 1984, founder member Adi Newton struck out on his own with The Anti-Group: an experimental project in which he could explore a variety of sonic worlds with the aid of a revolving cast of likeminded Steel City stalwarts (Richard H Kirk, Stephen Mallinder, Martyn Ware and Warp co-founder Robert Gordon included). "4x12" is a retrospective of sorts, gathering together tracks from three 12" singles ("Ha-Zulu", "Big Sex", "Broadcast Test") and one mini-album ("ShT"). Musically, it veers from collage style sample patchworks and dark ambient soundscapes to rubbery industrial funk, twisted post synth-pop, EBM-influenced workouts and madcap experimental escapades.
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Cat: OZITDANCD 9993. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Coldwave/Synth
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Review: Between the mid 1970s and the early '80s, legendary Factory Records producer Martin Hannett exchanged tapes through the post with Delia Derbyshire, one of the BBC Radio Workshop electronic experimentalists who inspired him most. The tapes contained cutting-edge synthesizer tracks and electronic soundscapes that were meant to form the basis of a joint album that never materialized. To coincide with the 40th birthday of Joy Division's "Unknown Pleasures" - one of Hannett's most groundbreaking productions - this album offers up those previously unheard compositions and collaborations. Variously weird, wonderful, quirky, cute and unbelievably creepy (Derbyshire did work on Doctor Who after all), the set is inspired and essential in equal measure.
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Cat: MMLP 4004. Rel: 03 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. La Quete (1:33)
  2. The Sun (4:22)
  3. Throat Complain (4:22)
  4. Thunderstrike (2:53)
  5. Astral Lights (5:21)
  6. Inside The Ischemic Synapse (4:21)
  7. Disco Sound To Death (4:06)
  8. Exotic Abduction (2:49)
  9. The Moon (5:14)
  10. Eiger Has To Die (1:53)
Review: The ever reliable Macadam Mambo returns with the second opus of Eiger Drums: featuring more oddball grooves of the ambient/krautrock persuasion by Louis E Bola. He's one half of Lyonnaise outfit The Pilotwings in collaboration with musicians Geddes Hadden, Arthur Tempo, Akino Karma, Sound Of Duty Free & Pierre Mortimer-Dubation. A more dancefloor oriented album than the previous outing, reviving early new age/trance aesthetics with tribal influences. From the lo-slung weirdo folk of "The Sun", or "Astral Lights" with its exotic psych-drone aesthetic through to the steely slo-mo post punk of "Astral Lights" or the horror movie vibe of "The Moon" - be prepared to get weird on this one!
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Played by: Dreems
 in stock $18.49
TS 000003 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TS 000003. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Bass
  1. Rainforest (4:05)
  2. Blizzard (4:31)
  3. Tripping Up (4:55)
  4. RX 4 Real (4:35)
Review: Shadowy London producer Filter Dread returns from Beyond Saturn with four new futurist designs. This time on Seattle newcomer label Tech Startup. Maintaining his stark ravey elements, pneumatic breaks and grainy bass signature, the vibe remains hardcore, rough around the edges throughout. "Rainforest" is near militant with its drum edits and warped, detuned synth washes while "Blizzard" brings a crush sense of decay to the percussion and much more of a subverted electro feel to the mix. Flip for two more weapons: the gnarled, schizoid "Tripping Up" which touches on breakcore but at a much slower tempo and "RX 4 Real" which taps into the classic hardcore aesthetic and flips more switches than Battersea Power Station.
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DE:10.06 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 025. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Future Sound Of London - "Skinny Xam" (3:27)
  2. Monolake - "ForC160q" (6:21)
  3. David Morley - "Traytor" (6:21)
Review: De:tuned's 10th anniversary series has so far served up killer, previously unreleased material from a whole host of underground heroes, scene pioneers and household names. They're at it again on this sixth volume in the ongoing series, which begins with a now rare - but typically weird and out-there - cut from early 90s ambient/techno/electro fusionists The Future Sound Of London. "Skinny XAM" is peak FSOL and sounds like it could have come from the improvised radio broadcasts that inspired the duo's "ISDN" album. Elsewhere, Monolake AKA Robert Henke does his best Autechre impression on the dark and punchy "ForC160q", while David Morley wraps undulating acid lines and creepy effects around a hypnotic ambient techno groove on "Traytor".
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Mariachi Guadalajara (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CEAD 001. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Guadala (4:28)
  2. Jara (4:40)
  3. Mariachi (4:46)
  4. Desacorde (4:15)
Review: From Patron and Wolfskuil to this first drop on Or:la's new label Cead, Utrecht producer Lewski is fast establishing himself in the buzzing space that exists between techno, electro and more experimental fare. "Guadala" has an uptempo bite, but there's plenty of dubby immersion to be felt in the bubbling synth drops and splashy reverb trails. "Jara" has its own kind of crooked intent, pockmarked with acid swerves and interlocking rhythms to get synapses firing. "Mariachi" takes things back to the peppier end of the tempo spectrum, clearly aiming for the peak time without making any cliched moves - no mean feat - and then "Descacorde" switches things up with a stomping electro house workout that brings a wholly different flavour to this excellent EP.
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Played by: Tijana T
 in stock $10.41
Bought The Farm (coloured vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: OUEST 095. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Walking West (8:29)
  2. Tap (5:05)
  3. Gadaduman Trades (5:21)
  4. Dart (6:46)
  5. Ajo (3:44)
  6. Cuevas (8:07)
  7. Ammak (4:39)
  8. Drought (2:05)
  9. Gills (4:04)
  10. Sarah Sleeping (6:09)
Review: Huerco S regards previously unheard producer Mister Water Wet as something of a mentor, so it seems fitting that he's releasing the Kansas City based producer's debut album on his West Mineral label. It's a hugely enjoyable affair, with the producer offering a nod towards his Puerto Rican heritage via humid tropical field recordings, drowsy ambient electronics and sticky - and occasionally surprisingly percussive - grooves. What shines through most, though, is his ability to craft unusual, experimental sound collages and musical doodles that are variously lo-fi, psychedelic, unusually jazzy, sweaty and unsettling. If you had audio hallucinations following a bout of tropical fever, we imagine they'd sound something like this. It's definitely an album worth exploring in the dark, preferably with a glass of something heavy and potent.
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Cat: CM 007. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Fear Upon Seeing His Reflection In The Lake (6:46)
  2. The Search For Others (5:57)
  3. 30 Million Years To Recover (5:44)
  4. Earth Rotates On Its Axis (4:03)
  5. A Long Walk At Night (4:39)
  6. Stone Tools (2:01)
  7. Uninvited Brute (6:57)
  8. The Sun Beats Stronger As Each Day Passes (3:21)
Review: While much of L.I.E.S founder Ron Morelli's production work has tended towards the dark and dystopian, there's something surprisingly becalmed and gentle about his latest full-length excursion, fifth solo album "Man Walks The Earth". Of course, there are still some slightly bleak, detached soundscapes dotted throughout the album (see "30 Million Years To Recover", the Radiophonic Workshop influenced "A Long Walk at Night" and the icy, off-key tipsiness of "Uninvited Brute"), for the most part Morelli deals in slowly shifting motifs, sustained ambient melodies and reverb-drenched electronics. The result is an album that's as mind-altering and otherworldly as it is accessible and entertaining.
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Gazohmeater EP (12" + insert)
Cat: NMB 005. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. MoKo (5:08)
  2. Jussbassoneandone (4:31)
  3. FRBounces (4:26)
  4. Safebliss 53 Cond P455 (7:23)
  5. Stelcore2 (Nabz & Cluff version) (7:03)
Review: After a break of almost a decade, one of Skam's most mysterious artists is back in action. Since debuting in 2001, North Manc Beds has steadfastly refused to reveal their identities, preferring instead to let their music stand on its own two feet. Helpfully, their standards remain high 18 years after they made their bow. Beginning with the dystopian, string-drenched dark ambient of "MoKo", the publicity-shy outfit saunters between off-kilter industrial rhythm tracks ("Jussbassoneandone"), murky IDM ("FRBounces") and creepy post-apocalyptic soundscapes (the odd field recordings, elongated tones and sparse beats of "Safebliss 53 Cond P455"). There's also a rather fine bonus remix in the shape of the Nabz & Cluff version of "Stelcore2", which sounds like a dancehall riddim conjured up by Autechre.
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Cat: LPSPS 03. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Yugen (5:42)
  2. Low Grav Freefall (High Altitude mix) (4:34)
  3. Revolver (6:17)
  4. Brancaster Coast (4:08)
  5. REM Sleep Research (5:55)
  6. Drink Malk (4:46)
  7. Involution (5:39)
  8. Eleven (3:02)
  9. Seesoar (5:17)
  10. Saturniner (2:43)
  11. Sticklebrick Symphony (4:36)
  12. Summer Lusk (4:49)
  13. A Midsummer Nice Dream (2:46)
  14. In Waves (5:38)
  15. Indivisible (5:20)
  16. The End Of The Rise (6:43)
Review: Ochre's 2004 album "A Midsummer Nice Dream" has long been considered something of an underground IDM classic - a perfectly produced set that sits somewhere between the melodic warmth of Plaid, the cheerful bliss of Boards of Canada and the twisted-but-ear-catching brilliance of Autechre's "Amber" LP. In honour of its 15th birthday, Spanish label Lapsus has secured the rights to reissue it on vinyl. Given that original "wax" copies now change hands for vast sums online, this is a very good thing indeed. This time round, the original 14-track set has been expanded via the inclusion of a trio of previously unheard tracks recorded during the same period. These can be found on side 4 and are every bit as good as the material that originally made the cut.
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Periphera (hand stamped vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ISLE 008. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dream Reveal (5:56)
  2. Aun Cyc (4:40)
  3. Metaxy (5:16)
  4. Montoon (4:31)
  5. Protae (5:46)
  6. Ken World (3:31)
  7. Purlo (5:46)
  8. Energen (6:14)
Review: 12th Isle's latest must-check release comes from Pataphysical, a shadowy outfit helmed by Camilo Tirado whose "imaginary solutions in sound" have previously appeared on Betwixt & Between Tapes. It's a quietly impressive debut album all told - a dreamy, drowsy and gently undulating journey through fluid synthesizer refrains, heady ambient electronics, drifting lead lines, effects-laden aural textures and atmospheric soundscapes that becalms and beguiles at every turn. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the dubbed-out pulse of "Montoon" and broken computer-in-dub oddness of "Ken World", to the sparkling bliss of "Metaxy" and clandestine weirdness of "Energen".
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Played by: Jura Soundsystem
 in stock $17.19
World Of Echo (2xLP 再プレス)
Cat: AU 1002-1. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tone Bone Kone
  2. Soon To Be Innocent Fun/Let's See
  3. Answers Me
  4. Being It
  5. Place I Know/Kid Like You
  6. She's The Star/I Take This Time
  7. Tree House
  8. See Through
  9. Hiding Your Present From You
  10. Wax The Van
  11. All Boy All Girl
  12. Lucky Cloud
  13. Tower Of Meaning/Rabbit's Ear/Home Away From Home
  14. Let's Go Swimming
  15. The Name Of The Next Song
  16. Happy Ending
  17. Canvas Home
  18. Our Last Night Together
Review: Well, we couldn't really be happier. In fact, there is almost nothing to say about this album apart from the fact that it is absolutely, downright essential. Originally released in 1986 on Rough Trade here in the UK, it has been reissued a few time over the years but has always vanished in the blink of an eye and reappeared on the EBay and Discogs circuits for big bucks. Finally, you can indulge in a beautifully remastered version on virgin vinyl. In what is seen by many cultic Russell fans as perhaps his biggest achievement, the LP drifts in and out of light and shadows with utter ease, truly portraying the genius of the man who paved much of the way for modern electronic music generally. From start to finish, it's an ethereal mixture of sparse beats, effect manipulations and folklore, charismatically told by one of the only artists in the history of experimental music to really combine and successfully bind so many unexpected musical terrains. We are only mere mortals, so we won't describe the music to you...just get yourself a copy and see...
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 in stock $29.95
The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 6 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2478. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Part I (7:52)
  2. Part II (7:10)
  3. Part III (4:39)
  4. Part IV (9:38)
  5. Part V (24:08)
  6. Part VI (10:39)
Review: Music On Vinyl has done the world a favour - or vinyl-loving ambient enthusiasts, at least - by offering up wax editions of Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook's work as Dark Side of the Moog. For the uninitiated, the German duo released a string of CD-only ambient albums under the alias over a 14-year period between 1994 and 2008. Volume six, subtitled "the Final DAT", first surfaced on Namlook's Fax label in 1997. It featured fellow ambient explorer Bill Laswell and features tracks that drift between spoken word-laden deep space soundscapes ("Part I"), trip-hop influenced late night shufflers ("Part II"), bubbly ambient trance ("Part III"), blissful ambient techno ("Part IV", with its sun-kissed guitar solos and spaced-out grooves) and widescreen electronic epics (the utterly sublime brilliance of 24-minute "Part V").
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 5 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2477. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Part I (4:45)
  2. Part II (3:47)
  3. Part III (4:46)
  4. Part IV (3:45)
  5. Part V (16:23)
  6. Part VI (8:41)
  7. Part VII (9:49)
  8. Part VIII (8:09)
Review: Between 1994 and 2008, German electronic legends Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook recorded eleven albums as Dark Side of The Moog. Most of these were never released on vinyl, making this first wax edition of 1996's volume five - in which another legendary figure, Bill Laswell, also contributed - a must have for ambient enthusiasts. The set itself is typical of the pair's collaborative work, offering up a mixture of synthesizer-powered neo-classical movements, breathtaking ambient soundscapes, gentle rhythmic spaced-out epics, sunrise-ready electronica and deep space ambient dub. It's the sound of two true masters at work, offering up timeless electronic music that will never sound tired or contrived.
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Weather (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 257. Rel: 12 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Easy
  2. Pink & Blue
  3. Japan
  4. Into The Woods
  5. Skate
  6. For How Long
  7. No Stress
  8. Weather
Review: Scott Hanson's Tycho project has been responsible for some fine albums over the last 15 years, with the Ghostly International released "Awake" and "Epoch" being particular favourites of ours. "Weather" sees the loose US producer and his regular collaborators pitch up on Ninja Tune for the very first time. As usual, there's much to enjoy, with the combo crafting ear catching, sundown soundscapes and dreamy underground pop songs out of colourful analogue synthesizers, tight-but-jazzy drums, decidedly Balearic guitars and heartwarming bass. Highlights include pitch-perfect opener "Easy", the languid and bubbly "Pink & Blue" (the first of a swathe of cuts with fragile, innocent-sounding vocalist Saint Sinner) and the opaque, slow motion bliss of "Japan".
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ANIMA (140 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
XL
Cat: XL 987LP. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Traffic (5:18)
  2. Last I Heard (...He Was Circling The Drain) (5:10)
  3. Twist (7:02)
  4. Dawn Chorus (5:35)
  5. I Am A Very Rude Person (3:51)
  6. Not The News (4:01)
  7. The Axe (6:56)
  8. Impossible Knots (4:22)
  9. Runwayaway (5:56)
  10. (Ladies & Gentlemen, Thank You For Coming) (5:05)
Review: It's taken a while, but finally Thom Yorke's impressive third solo album, "ANIMA", is available on wax (and in a fetching shade of orange, too). A future classic that continues the legacy he started with XL Recordings back in 2006 (with his solo debut The Eraser), ANIMA is well worth picking up, as Yorke and co-producer Nigel Godrich offer up evocative, off-kilter songs built around the twin attractions of the Radiohead man's distinctive vocals and skewed backing tracks rich in layered electronic noise, body-bending sub-bass, discordant synthesizer parts and intriguingly jaunty drum loops. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the creepy, lo-fi ambient swirl of "Last I Heard (...He Was Circling the Drain)" and "Dawn Chorus" (a blissfully dewy-eyed early morning soundscape), to the low-slung, post-trip-hop hum of "I Am A Very Rude Person" and the fizzing, jazz-fired thrust of "Impossible Knots". Melancholic, yes. Deep and self-effacing, of course. Nihilistic, not really. Percussive futurist sub-pop is back.
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Played by: MUSAR Recordings
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ANIMA (CD)
XL
Cat: XL 987CD. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Traffic
  2. Last I Heard (...He Was Circling The Drain)
  3. Twist
  4. Dawn Chorus
  5. I Am A Very Rude Person
  6. Not The News
  7. The Axe
  8. Impossible Knots
  9. Runwayaway
Review: It's taken a while, but finally Thom Yorke's impressive third solo album, "ANIMA", is available on wax (and in a fetching shade of orange, too). A future classic that continues the legacy he started with XL Recordings back in 2006 (with his solo debut The Eraser), ANIMA is well worth picking up, as Yorke and co-producer Nigel Godrich offer up evocative, off-kilter songs built around the twin attractions of the Radiohead man's distinctive vocals and skewed backing tracks rich in layered electronic noise, body-bending sub-bass, discordant synthesizer parts and intriguingly jaunty drum loops. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the creepy, lo-fi ambient swirl of "Last I Heard (...He Was Circling the Drain)" and "Dawn Chorus" (a blissfully dewy-eyed early morning soundscape), to the low-slung, post-trip-hop hum of "I Am A Very Rude Person" and the fizzing, jazz-fired thrust of "Impossible Knots". Melancholic, yes. Deep and self-effacing, of course. Nihilistic, not really. Percussive futurist sub-pop is back.
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ANIMA (limited 140 gram orange vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
XL
Cat: XL 987LPE. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Traffic (5:20)
  2. Last I Heard (...He Was Circling The Drain) (5:10)
  3. Twist (7:08)
  4. Dawn Chorus (5:34)
  5. I Am A Very Rude Person (3:52)
  6. Not The News (3:57)
  7. The Axe (6:58)
  8. Impossible Knots (4:19)
  9. Runwayaway (5:59)
  10. (Ladies & Gentlemen, Thank You For Coming) (4:57)
Review: It's taken a while, but finally Thom Yorke's impressive third solo album, "ANIMA", is available on wax (and in a fetching shade of orange, too). A future classic that continues the legacy he started with XL Recordings back in 2006 (with his solo debut The Eraser), ANIMA is well worth picking up, as Yorke and co-producer Nigel Godrich offer up evocative, off-kilter songs built around the twin attractions of the Radiohead man's distinctive vocals and skewed backing tracks rich in layered electronic noise, body-bending sub-bass, discordant synthesizer parts and intriguingly jaunty drum loops. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the creepy, lo-fi ambient swirl of "Last I Heard (...He Was Circling the Drain)" and "Dawn Chorus" (a blissfully dewy-eyed early morning soundscape), to the low-slung, post-trip-hop hum of "I Am A Very Rude Person" and the fizzing, jazz-fired thrust of "Impossible Knots". Melancholic, yes. Deep and self-effacing, of course. Nihilistic, not really. Percussive futurist sub-pop is back.
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 in stock $24.22
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