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Acid 1
Acid 1 (12")
Cat: ERS 057. Rel: 22 Jul 24
Dust Acid (5:38)
Magnetic Acid Two (6:49)
Wanna Show U Acid (4:27)
Magnetic Acid Four (5:15)
Review: Pye Corner Audio shows off his love of acid on the first of two EPs for Emotional Response that drop simultaneously. This first one is his debut on the label and comes with a gorgeous cover that perfectly encapsulates the sounds within. 'Dust Acid' is a sparse cut with dusty drums and meandering basslines that slowly sink you in, then 'Magnetic Acid Two,' which like all of these was recorded live, is another expertly reduced brew of murkiness with plenty of frayed edges and vintage analog sounds. 'Wanna Show U Acid' is a late-night acid dream and 'Magnetic Acid Four' shuts down slightly more bite. Four timeless backroom cuts, make no mistake.


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Live At Hammersmith Odeon In London 1983
Live At Hammersmith Odeon In London 1983 (limited 180 gram 'lagoon' green yellow & black swirl vinyl LP)
Cat: SRFM 0013LG. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Now, This Is Fun (3:26)
See You (4:01)
Love In Itself (4:31)
Told You So (4:37)
New Life (4:10)
More Than A Party (4:30)
Two Minute Warning (3:42)
Shame (3:59)
Get The Balance Right (3:18)
The Landscape Is Changing (4:56)
Photographic (4:04)
Just Can't Get Enough (4:57)
Review: Depeche Mode's 1983 concert at the iconic London venue - now the Apollo - boasts a stunning set list that feels like a complete impression of a band that have helped defined pop, and specifically UK pop, for the best part of half a century. It's almost as good as seeing them live, at a London spot that speaks to a less polished period in cultural history we really shouldn't take for granted.
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Last Place On Earth (feat Audrey Danza/Affekt Unit remixes)
Cat: PHLX 005. Rel: 15 Jul 24
Ground Zero (5:00)
New Age Replicants (6:39)
Japanese Dystopia (dirty version) (5:43)
Last Place On Earth (Audrey Danza remix) (5:47)
Last Place On Earth (Affekt Unit remix) (5:27)
Last Place On Earth (5:52)
Review: The superb Philoxenia Records, which is spearheaded by Luigi Di Venere and Neu Verboten, here unveils a coveted addition to its collection with the the super limited Last Place On Earth EP from Vilnius-based Dovydas Platakis aka Jokios Kulturos. It's a cinematic work that immerses listeners in a dystopian realm that blends avant-garde tones with manga-inspired cyberpunk vibes. Each track serves as a gateway to a world where technological progress intertwines with societal decline, which is of course often the focus of classic cyberpunk literature. Di Venere and Verboten also combine under their Affekt Unit alias to deliver captivating remixes and bring trance and tribal techno elements to the party.
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See You Someday
See You Someday (hand-numbered CD limited to 200 copies)
Cat: PITP 50. Rel: 17 Jul 24
My Eyes Opened
Be The Hero
They Come Around
Our Souls Kissed (feat Marine Eyes)
Then Heaven Fell
Which Way Home
See You Someday
They're Gone Forever
Review: Los Angeles-based artist Inquiri aka Lacey Harris blends choral, orchestral, IDM, glitch, and ambient music with silken vocals and diaristic field recordings on her sublime new album See You Someday. This emotional album explores grief, loss, and self-discovery as tracks like 'My Eyes Opened' and 'Be The Hero' showcase Harris's ambient prowess with delay-steeped electronics and intricate rhythms. 'They Come Around' features glitchy beats and reversed synths, while 'Our Souls Kissed' includes angelic vocals. Composed over a decade, the album documents Harris's journey through personal upheavals and healing so it is a deeply personal and rewarding work.
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Bas Relief (remastered)
Bas Relief (remastered) (LP + insert + postcard)
Cat: DE 001R. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Tear & Cinnamon (5:05)
Watching Trees (5:12)
Days Hence (4:36)
Tightrope (4:07)
Portugal (4:50)
Asterisk (4:17)
Moving Nowhere (3:42)
Changing Face (3:59)
Temporeal (3:27)
Ignorant Father (5:08)
Ask (Jealousy) (2:05)
Review: The brilliant Dark Entries celebrates its 15th anniversary by going back to its roots and offering up a reissue of its inaugural release: New York collective Eleven Pond's 1986 classic, 'Bas Relief'. This mega-rare record has become a stone-cold cult classic album revered by dark pop devotees. It features James Tabbi, Jeff Gallea, Jack Schaeffer, and Dan Brumley on a mix of guitars, synths, vocoders and drum machines and is a sound inspired by seminal labels like 4AD and Factory Records, and moody acts like Joy Division and Fad Gadget. For this reissue, it has been remastered to correct previous reissue flaws and comes in a screen-printed jacket with a lyric sheet, postcards, and a bookmark. Only 500 copies have been pressed so don't sleep on this one.


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Resort
Resort (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ITLP 19. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Hedwig Transformation Group (4:55)
Nostaglitch (4:31)
Reminiscrmx (4:33)
Element (5:43)
Waldmeister (4:33)
Daytime Gamer (6:48)
Schneiders Paradox (5:34)
BB Care (5:18)
Terminal Z (5:14)
Holzl Was A Dancer (5:40)
7AM At The Rodeo (5:17)
Vitamin 313 (5:22)
Review: The next level beat maker and sound designer that is Skee Mask returns to long-time home label Ilian Tape with another bold and brilliant album, Resort. It's an album that expands on the artist's usual sound with fusions of celestial ambient, IDM sound design and lithe, rhythmic techno drums. There are breakbeats on 'Reminiscrmx' backlit by heavenly pads, 'Schneiders Paradox' is marbled with zippy pads and raw drum hits, 'BB Care' glistens with a futuristic glow and 'Holzl Was A Dancer' slips into a shuffling, UKG tinged dub house pumper. It's a wild, wonderful ride that reaches all new levels for this already accomplished producer.
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Walking On A Dream (reissue)
Walking On A Dream (reissue) (limited gatefold mustard yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: 652765 7. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Standing On The Shore
Walking On A Dream
Half Mast
We Are The People
Delta Bay
Country
The World
Swordfish Hotkiss Night
Tiger By My Side
Without You
Review: Walking on a Dream became Empire of the Sun's biggest hit, reaching number one on the UK Dance Albums Chart and achieving platinum status in Australia. The album remains a testament to the duo's experimental spirit and knack for crafting memorable pop anthems. Empire of the Sun's debut album, is a daring collaboration between Luke Steele of Sleepy Jackson and Nick Littlemore of Pnau. Despite their divergent musical backgrounds, Steele and Littlemore share a flamboyant style and grandiose vision. The title track, with its infectious club beat and falsetto hook, showcases Steele's songwriting prowess, tempered by Littlemore's editing expertise. This 2024 reissue is lovingly pressed on matching mustard yellow vinyl in a beautiful gatefold design that makes the artwork really pop.

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Atonements
Atonements (cassette limited to 50 copies)
Cat: PITPZD 033. Rel: 17 Jul 24
Atonement (part I)
Atonement (part II)
Atonement (part III)
Atonement (part IV)
Review: Isaac Helsen and Zach Frizzell, the unfathomably prolific ambient producer known as zake, have been collaborating together again. They both run the Past Inside the Present label and despite great musical kinship have only put out two records to date: beliefsystems in 2021, and Atonements earlier this year, which first came on Zake Drone Recordings and now gets a cassette reissue on Past Inside the Present. It's a gorgeously hazy analogue affair made with a reel-to-reel and Korg Minilogue. "This album embodies the theme of letting go and moving forward with acceptance," they explain, and what a beauty it is too.
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>>>>
>>>> (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: INV 319LP. Rel: 31 May 24
Stra (7:55)
The Seal (5:55)
Windmill Hill (2:24)
Denim (5:41)
Hungry Are We (4:59)
Ah Yeh (4:04)
Bloody Miles (5:33)
Cellophane (7:52)
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Disconnect
Disconnect (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PHNTM 46. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Differences (12:58)
Arkives (11:07)
Difference (6:56)
Ark (4:13)
Differ (4:38)
Arcs (7:04)
Review: A new drone collaboration for the ages comes in the form of a heads-on collision between Kevin Martin (aka. The Bug) and Joseph Kamaru (The Bug). Firmly rooted in the esoteric, nigh chthonic drones of which both are now more than adept in evincing - Martin in tandem with his many collaborative efforts with the likes of Earth, and KMRU across the likes of recent albums such as Logue - this is a six track mesmeriser whose titles recall everything from apocalypses to hidden histories, and with each piece spanning anywhere between four to eleven minutes a pop. Beginning on a slow, soil-caked march and moving further into a land of serener incantations, on which KMRU submits his vocals, Disconnect is a haunting (yet equally, it could be said, calming) record for arrested epochs.
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Live At The Hammersmith Odeon London October 6 1983
Live At The Hammersmith Odeon London October 6 1983 (picture disc LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: SRFM 0013PD. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Now, This Is Fun (3:26)
See You (4:01)
Love In Itself (4:31)
Told You So (4:37)
New Life (4:10)
More Than A Party (4:30)
Two Minute Warning (3:42)
Shame (3:59)
Get The Balance Right (3:18)
The Landscape Is Changing (4:56)
Photographic (4:04)
Just Can't Get Enough (4:57)
Review: Depeche Mode's 1983 performance at London's Hammersmith Odeon comes here on a special limited edition picture disc. It marked a pivotal moment in their career and listening back now is still an iconic live recording. Their burgeoning synth-pop sound with its pulsating rhythms and introspective lyrics shines through classics like 'Just Can't Get Enough.' Dave Gahan's charismatic vocals and Martin Gore's evocative melodies remain unparalleled. This concert tracks their evolution into electronic music pioneers, delivering an emotionally-charged performance that resonates with fans to this day, making it a timeless experience worth revisiting.
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Minecraft Volume Alpha (Soundtrack)
Minecraft Volume Alpha (Soundtrack) (limited green vinyl LP)
Cat: GI243 LPC2. Rel: 14 May 24
Subwoofer Lullaby
Living Mice
Moog City
Haggstrom
Minecraft
Clark
Mice On Venus
Dry Hands
Wet Hands
Sweden
Cat
Danny
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Confidenza (Soundtrack)
Confidenza (Soundtrack) (limited cream vinyl LP in embossed sleeve)
Cat: XL 1414LPE. Rel: 11 Jul 24
The Big City (7:45)
Knife Edge (3:19)
Letting Down Gently (1:17)
Secret Clarinet (1:18)
In The Trees (1:20)
Prize Giving (3:10)
Four Ways In Time (4:55)
Confidenza (3:46)
Nosebleed Nuptials (3:37)
Bunch Of Flowers (2:12)
A Silent Scream (0:37)
On The Ledge (2:31)
Review: In January, it was revealed that Thom Yorke composed the original score for Daniele Luchetti's film, Confidenza, which is based on Domenico Starnone's novel. XL Recordings now has that soundtrack on vinyl and it follows Yorke's acclaimed score for Luca Guadagnino's 2018 Suspiria remake, Suspirium, which earned a GRAMMY nomination. Yorke collaborates with producer Sam Petts-Davies again here , as well as the London Contemporary Orchestra and a jazz ensemble, including Robert Stillman and Tom Skinner. It is a grand and emotional work from the cult Radiohead legend.
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Blue Monday (remastered)
Blue Monday (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 019029 5665913. Rel: 21 Jul 22
Blue Monday (7:30)
The Beach (7:21)
Review: You might think that you could cop a copy of New Order's seminal hit 'Blue Monday' fairly easily and cheaply given its ubiquity over the years. But no, copies in good condition still fetch around 50 quid, so this remastered reissue is well worth a cop. The single's iconic bassline and twitchy synth modulations very much soundtrack a generation, if not an entire youth revolution, but still enliven any dance floor many years later. What's more, the de-humanised vocals will always provide real singalong joy. On the flip is a 'The Beach', which is drenched in echo and reverb and general sonic filth.
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 in stock $14.27
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People & Industry
Cat: CIS 088CD. Rel: 30 Sep 22
Fanfare For The Working Man
Built By Robots
Petrochemical
This Is The Age Of The Train
Man & Manufacturing
Part Of The Union
Polytechnic
Eye See Eye
Managed Decline
Aerospace (bonus)
Industrial Zone (bonus)
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Your Community Hub
Your Community Hub (heavyweight purple vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CIS 157P. Rel: 23 May 24
A Shared Sense Of Purpose (8:12)
Rapid Transport Links (3:24)
Cul-de-sac (7:12)
Summer All Year Around (4:34)
Facilities For All Ages (4:37)
Pedestrian Shopping Deck (5:03)
A New Town With An Old Sense Of Community (5:02)
Review: Gordon Chapman-Fox's latest album, Your Community Hub, delves into the New Towns movement, particularly focusing on Warrington-Runcorn's community centers and their relevance to modern urban planning discussions like the 15 Minute City concept. The album explores the decline of these centers and the services they once offered, paralleling a broader societal shift away from communal support. Through evocative album artwork featuring architect Peter Garvin's work, notably the Castlefield Community Centre, Chapman-Fox paints a vivid sonic picture of a bygone era of community cohesion. Following the success of 2023's The Nation's Most Central Location, this album is poised to continue Chapman-Fox's critical acclaim and commercial success, offering a poignant reflection on the past and present state of communal life.
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GORKY 3
GORKY 3 (12")
Cat: GORKY 3. Rel: 01 Jul 24
DDrhode - "Ghoroob" (Kryptic Rhythm) (7:39)
DDrhode - "Ghoroob" (Haleeteh?) (3:41)
Sohrab - "Azadi" (4:22)
Sohrab - "Distant Sun" (7:18)
Review: Kolony Gorky is back with a third EP in less than a year that once again offers some stylish and artful rhythmic interpretations. DDrhode & Sohrab are behind this one and it opens with the airy percussive pattern and suspensory loops of deep and deft jam 'Ghoroob' (Kryptic Rhythm) which becomes dusty downbeat and late-night jaunt when served up as the 'Haleeteh?' version. 'Azadi' has the feel of a sixties spy thriller with its mysterious leads and 'Distant Sun' shuts down with some zoned out and loved-up deep house romance. Another hard-to-define but easy-to-love EP from the already vital Kolony Gorky.
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Rayman (Soundtrack)
Cat: DE 32J1. Rel: 14 Oct 22
World Map (0:58)
First Steps (1:09)
Deep Forest (1:05)
Lost In The Woods (0:57)
The Magician's Challenge (1:08)
Betilla The Fairy (1:21)
Bzzit Attacks (1:08)
Flight Of The Mosquito (0:47)
Hold On Tight! (0:41)
Suspense - The Flood (1:02)
Moskito's Rage (0:55)
Bongo Bridge (1:05)
The Band Awakens (1:00)
Harmony (1:07)
Mysterious Gongs (1:00)
Meditating Monks (1:04)
Fear Of Heights (0:42)
Blazing Brass (0:56)
The Saxophone's Song (1:03)
Peaceful Peaks (1:05)
Rocking Up The Mountains (1:05)
Suspense: Cutting The Ropes (1:03)
Yeah! (0:09)
Picture Perfect (1:05)
Painted Pentathlon (1:09)
Space Mama's Play (1:06)
Quite! (0:58)
Washing Machine From Space (1:04)
Entering The Cavern (1:06)
Deep In The Caves (1:00)
Lurking In The Darknes (1:03)
Party At Joe's (1:07)
Never Wake A Sleeping Scorpion (1:02)
Creepy Clowns (0:59)
Cloak Of Darkness (1:06)
Once More (0:34)
End Of The Line (0:42)
Movie (intro) (1:45)
Movie (outro) (0:13)
Learning With Rayman (Extra) (2:24)
Rayman 1 Music Project (First Rehearsal - 3/03/2014) (2:52)
Yeah! (1:04)
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Close Up
Cat: AR 056. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Prologue (5:29)
CineStill (6:07)
Buena Vista Social Dub (3:58)
Monika (4:49)
Mirror (4:35)
Eastman (6:21)
Winter Light (3:14)
Tiffen (6:26)
Review: Braulio Lam's latest record is a unique outing, spanning pensive ambient dub and trip-hop moods, and cherrying them with an added visual element in the form of a photography insert. Born on the border region of San Diego and Tijuana, Lam's repertoire works in an expressly brooding sound that threshes its inspirations from the close but separate apposition of these two cities. The sense of a polemic being is a central theme of Lam's work; this is not only evident in his practice, which drifts back and forth between music production and photography, but also in the sonic content of Close Up itself, which drifts between depth-scouring electronica and Pacific folk in quick step, revealing them to be dialectically adjoined. Our favourites here have to be 'Buena Vista Social Dub', a crystalline immersion in dub and vocal etherics, and 'Mirror', and 'Monika', which lends a seething tape hue to a slowly moving slice of Latin blues.
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The Boy & The Heron (Soundtrack)
The Boy & The Heron (Soundtrack) (gatefold 2xLP + booklet with obi-strip)
Cat: TJJA 10063. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Ask Me Why (Evacuation) (1:18)
White Wall (0:43)
Gray Heron (1:07)
Memories (1:24)
Gray Heron (II) (1:08)
A Feather In The Dusk (2:02)
Adolescence (1:13)
Gray Heron (III) (2:22)
Silence (1:43)
The Curse Of The Gray Heron (0:55)
Feather Fletching (1:58)
Ask Me Why (Mother's Message) (1:45)
A Trap (2:19)
Sanctuary (2:46)
The Master Of The Tomb (1:43)
Ark (3:03)
Warawara (1:44)
Reincarnation (2:29)
Rain Of Fire (1:26)
Cursed Sea (2:30)
Farewell (0:48)
Reminiscence (2:16)
Close Encounter (1:12)
Diversion (1:11)
A Girl Of Fire (1:18)
Mahito & Himi (1:36)
The Corridor Door (1:14)
A Burrow (2:04)
A Song Of Prayer (The Delivery Room) (2:20)
Granduncle (1:06)
In Secret (0:35)
The King's Parade (1:44)
Granduncle's Desire (2:40)
Ask Me Why (Mahito's Commitment) (1:58)
The Great Collapse (1:45)
The Last Smile (2:48)
Kenshi Yonezu - "Spinning Globe" (4:30)
Review: It is at this point a given that every Joe Hisiashi / Studio Ghibli soundtrack should land on our doorsteps. Hayao Miyazaki's latest film, The Boy And The Heron, is the very latest anime fantasy film to be released through the esteemed film franchise; described as a 'big, fantastical film', it follows a boy named Mahito Maki who moves to the countryside after his mother's death, discovers an abandoned tower near his new home, and enters a fantastical world with a talking grey heron. Whereas many of Hisiashi's other soundtracks deal in wide variegations of whimsy and heart-warmth, The Boy And The Heron skews purely to the latter, working in the bare but endlessly affecting mode of solo piano, and evoking the lonely but ultimately revelatory internal process that occurs during grief. Befitting of Miyazaki's controversial decision for the film not to pander to audiences or spell out meanings, so too does Hisiashi's contribution find reams of expression in a spare, single instrument.
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Live At Hammersmith Odeon In London 1983
Live At Hammersmith Odeon In London 1983 (limited 180 gram clear & yellow cloudy vinyl LP)
Cat: SRFM 0013CL. Rel: 02 Jul 24
Now, This Is Fun (3:26)
See You (4:01)
Love In Itself (4:31)
Told You So (4:37)
New Life (4:10)
More Than A Party (4:30)
Two Minute Warning (3:42)
Shame (3:59)
Get The Balance Right (3:18)
The Landscape Is Changing (4:56)
Photographic (4:04)
Just Can't Get Enough (4:57)
Review: Depeche Mode's performance at Hammersmith Odeon in London, 1983, captured the band at a pivotal moment in their career. This iconic live recording showcases their burgeoning synth-pop sound which blends pulsating rhythms with dark, introspective lyrics. Songs like the ever-green classic 'Just Can't Get Enough' resonate with irresistible signature sounds while Dave Gahan's charismatic vocals and Martin Gore's evocative melodies still sound like nothing else. The concert tracks Depeche Mode's evolution into global pioneers of electronic music and is an emotionally charged performance that is well worth reliving.
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Get Carter (Soundtrack) (Expanded Edition)
Get Carter (Soundtrack) (Expanded Edition) (limited gatefold white & green & gold & green merge vinyl 2xLP + booklet with obii-strip)
Cat: BEAT 84C. Rel: 10 Jul 24
Get Carter (intro) (0:38)
Is There A Mr Carter In The Room? (Dialogue) (0:17)
Carter Takes The Train (main Theme) (2:57)
Do You Know A Man Called Albert Swift? (Dialogue) (0:36)
Looking For Someone (2:26)
The Race Track (Dialogue) (1:31)
Something On My Mind (4:14)
Who Killed Frank? (Dialogue) (0:45)
Gettin' Nowhere In A Hurry (3:06)
Tell Me About The Girl (Dialogue) (1:02)
The Girl In The Car (2:21)
I Fancy You (Dialogue) (2:17)
Love Is A Four Letter Word (2:42)
You're Lucky. They Kill As Well (Dialogue) (0:55)
Living Should Be This Way (3:10)
All It Takes Is One Call To The Police (Dialogue) (0:32)
Manhunt (2:42)
Drink Up: Eric (Dialogue) (0:52)
Goodbye Eric (1:10)
I Want You To Listen Very Carefully (Dialogue) (0:11)
Hallucinations (4:20)
Goodbye Carter! (3:38)
Get Carter (alternative mix 1) (3:19)
Plaything (2:28)
Stay Away From The Car (Dialogue) (0:10)
Hallucinations (alternative vocal mix) (4:15)
Do You Wanna Go To The Toilet, Albert? (Dialogue) (0:09)
Gettin' Nowhere In A Hurry (instrumental) (2:59)
Love Is A Four Letter Word (alternative mix) (2:36)
Manhunt (alternative mix) (3:01)
You're A Big Man But You're In Bad Shape (Dialogue) (0:47)
Get Carter (alternative mix 2) (3:24)
Gettin' Nowhere In A Hurry (alternative vocal mix) (3:13)
Hallucinations (instrumental) (4:23)
How About You (2:19)
Get Carter (7" single version) (3:27)
Review: Roy Budd's soundtrack for Get Carter is an iconic piece of British film music history and this expanded edition celebrates its 50th anniversary in style. Budd's jazzy and groovy score perfectly complements the gritty atmosphere of the film, showcasing his musical genius. The addition of a bonus disc featuring outtakes and dialogue adds depth and nostalgia for fans of the movie. The newly illustrated artwork by Tony Stella pays homage to the film's noir aesthetic, while Charlie Brigden's liner notes provide valuable insights into the creation of the soundtrack. Limited to just 2000 copies, this 180-gram 2LP edition is a must-have for collectors and enthusiasts alike, offering an exciting listening experience that engages you in the world of the movie with each needle drop.
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Euphoria: Original Score From The HBO Series (Soundtrack)
Euphoria: Original Score From The HBO Series (Soundtrack) (gatefold purple vinyl 2xLP + insert in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: 190759 958711. Rel: 10 Jan 20
New Girl (2:35)
Formula (0:29)
Preparing For Call (3:23)
Forever (1:42)
Planning Date (1:50)
Nate Growing Up (0:44)
Home From Rehab (0:45)
We All Knew (3:01)
Say Goodnight (0:43)
Shy Guy (1:28)
Following Tyler (1:26)
Still Don't Know My Name (3:43)
Kat's Denial (0:21)
Slideshow (0:57)
Family Vacation (0:23)
Grapefruit Diet (1:38)
WTF Are We Talking For (2:59)
Euphoria Funfair (10:05)
The Lake (3:32)
Maddy's Story (1:54)
Demanding Excellence (2:59)
McKay & Cassie (3:31)
Gangster (4:03)
When I RIP (2:55)
Arriving At The Formal (5:58)
Virgin Pina Coladas (0:25)
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La La Land (Soundtrack)
Justin HURWITZ / VARIOUS
Cat: B 002631201. Rel: 21 Nov 21
Cast - "Another Day Of Sun" (3:44)
Emma Stone, Callie Hernandez, Sonoya Mizuno, Jessica Rothe - "Someone In The Crowd" (4:18)
Justin Hurwitz - "Mia & Sebastian's Theme" (1:38)
Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone - "A Lovely Night" (3:55)
Justin Hurwitz - "Herman's Habit" (1:51)
Ryan Gosling - "City Of Stars" (1:47)
Justin Hurwitz - "Planetarium" (4:20)
Justin Hurwitz - "Summer Montage/Madeline" (2:04)
Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone - "City Of Stars" (2:28)
John Legend - "Start A Fire" (3:11)
Justin Hurwitz - "Engagement Party" (1:27)
Emma Stone - "Audition (The Fools Who Dream)" (3:45)
Justin Hurwitz - "Epilogue/The End" (7:55)
Justin Hurwitz - "City Of Stars (Humming)" (feat Emma Stone) (2:44)
Review: It looks like Damien Chazelle, the young, impressive director of Whiplash and the more recent La La Land, likes to surround himself with equally talented youngsters. For the latter film, he's chosen Justin Hurwitz to compose the score for his successful musical featuring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, and we have to say that this is a real keeper. There's a bit of everything in here, a little vintage pop, some classical elements here and there, but jazz is what's at the core of this original score, and that's why we think it's great. What's more, you can listen to Gosling and Stone sing on your turntables. Check it out.
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On The Way (To The Laughing Light Of Plenty)
Cat: ERS 019. Rel: 29 Apr 19
Blazin' Sun (4:13)
Brilliant Light (5:01)
Flow Motion (4:50)
The Rose (6:26)
Oranges & Blues (4:44)
Babbling Brooke (5:11)
The Pulse (15:57)
Review: Secret Circuit's Eddie Ruscha and Rub N Tug's Thomas Bullock joined forces as Laughing Light Of Plenty for an EP back in 2008, and followed it up with an album on Whatever We Want Records in 2010 which largely got lost in a warehouse stock malfunction. Now Emotional Response are doing the right thing and giving the record a second airing under the duo's alternative alias The Naturals, and it's not hard to see why they wanted to do the reissue. Loose and funky, but also deliriously psychedelic and indebted to the 1970s golden era of songwriting, this is a quintessential Emotional record if ever we heard one.
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Southern Lands
Southern Lands (limited gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MEC 087. Rel: 15 Jul 24
Southern Lands (4:07)
Love Me (4:15)
Oye (4:24)
Words Without Thoughts (4:22)
So Strange (4:00)
Get It (5:02)
Situations (4:02)
Bad Dreams (3:47)
Have In Mind (3:31)
A Donde (3:59)
Quien Lo Sabia? (6:42)
Fight Without A Reason (3:16)
Situations (extended version) (5:17)
Have In Mind (Kalimba mix) (5:33)
China Girl (Dino mix) (3:17)
Quiero Verte! (4:58)
So Strange (extended version) (6:00)
A Donde (extended version) (5:59)
Review: Contrary to its ultra-crisp sound - one that suggests it could've been made today - Cetu Javu's Southern Lands was first released on Basic Mix in 1990. Catering to the largely cassette-bound underground of Barcelona at the time, Basic Mix acted as a little-known sublabel through which acts like Javu could express their best and rawest sides. Comprising Javier Revilla and Chris Demere, Cetu Javu had moved to Barcelona from Hanover, Germany - inspired by the works of Kraftwerk, Soft Cell, and Jean-Michel Jarre - and thus produced Southern Lands following a tour shared with fellow acts Wolfsheim and Blind Passengers. The album is shockingly well-made, bespeaking the power of minimal production and conservative vocal processing to achieve a crystal-clear, no less upfront, 'naked' industrial sound.
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Top Gun: Maverick (Soundtrack)
Top Gun: Maverick (Soundtrack) (limited gatefold white vinyl LP)
Cat: 459707 3. Rel: 17 Nov 22
Main Titles (You've Been Called Back To Top Gun) (2:23)
Kenny Loggins - "Danger Zone" (3:34)
Darkstar (2:56)
Miles Teller - "Great Balls Of Fire" (live) (1:57)
You're Where You Belong/Give 'em Hell (5:26)
OneRepublic - "I Ain't Worried" (2:31)
Dagger One Is Hit/Time To Let Go (2:21)
Tally Two/What's The Plan/F-14 (3:50)
The Man, The Legend/Touchdown (7:13)
Penny Returns (interlude) (2:46)
Lady Gaga - "Hold My Hand" (3:48)
Top Gun Anthem (2:28)
Review: When they brought back Tom Cruise's macho fighter pilot for Top Gun: Maverick, they were making no bones about the nostalgia trip. The original remains an endearingly ludicrous slice of 80s action with all the brawn necessary to make it an enduring hit, and the soundtrack more than matches up to that, going nine times platinum, no less. That's a lot of success to match up to, so Maverick pulls out the big guns by tapping up Lady Gaga for the hit-making and Hans Zimmer for the epic Hollywood score. It's tonnes of fun, and it even features Kenny Loggins' classic 'Danger Zone' from the original.
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Kid A (reissue)
Kid A (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: XLLP 782B. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Everything In Its Right Place (4:07)
Kid A (4:40)
The National Anthem (5:50)
How To Disappear Completely (5:54)
Treefingers (3:44)
Optimistic (5:16)
In Limbo (3:32)
Idioteque (9:39)
Morning Bell (3:18)
Motion Picture Soundtrack (0:54)
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Twilight (Soundtrack) (reissue)
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Twilight (Soundtrack) (reissue) (limited "mercury" silver marbled vinyl LP (indie exclusive))
Cat: 075678 609077. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Muse - "Supermassive Black Hole" (3:31)
Paramore - "Decode" (4:20)
The Black Ghosts - "Full Moon" (3:48)
Linkin Park - "Leave Out All The Rest" (3:20)
Mutemath - "Spotlight" (Twilight mix)) (3:22)
Perry Farrel - "Go All The Way (Into The Twilight)" (3:28)
Collective Soul - "Tremble For My Beloved" (3:47)
Paramore - "I Caught Myself" (3:55)
Blue Foundation - "Eyes On Fire" (4:57)
Rob Pattinson - "Never Think" (4:30)
Iron & Wine - "Flightless Bird, American Mouth" (3:59)
Carter Burwell - "Bella’s Lullaby" (2:16)
Review: A full Twilight soundtrack reissue campaign is well underway, once again bolstering the staying power of the teen emo-gothic vampire brand. As with the entirety of the series, the score for the first edition in the film franchise was overseen by music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, with its original elements composed by Carter Burwell and also featuring curated songs from the likes of Muse, Paramore, Linkin Park and The Black Ghosts.
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Ice On The Dune (reissue)
Ice On The Dune (reissue) (heavyweight blue marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: 652766 0. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Lux (1:26)
DNA (3:53)
Alive (3:17)
Concert Pitch (3:38)
Ice On The Dune (3:24)
Awakening (3:43)
I'll Be Around (4:23)
Old Flavours (3:53)
Celebrate (3:21)
Surround Sound (3:11)
Disarm (3:46)
Keep A Watch (4:18)
Review: Empire of the Sun's Ice on the Dune is a dazzling follow-up that solidifies the duo's place in the electro-pop pantheon. With a title that perfectly encapsulates the album's blend of glacial synths and summery pop, this record is a shimmering spectacle from start to finish. Frontman Luke Steele and bandmate Nick Littlemore have refined their sound, delivering leaner, more club-ready tracks while retaining the infectious energy that defined their debut. Songs like 'DNA' and 'Alive' showcase the duo's ability to craft irresistible hooks and dynamic arrangements, with 'Alive' standing out as a life-affirming electro-fuzz anthem. The juxtaposition of breezy acoustic strumming and throbbing synths on 'DNA' echoes the best moments of their previous hits. 'Concert Pitch' is another highlight, offering punchy disco pulses and a wistfully breathy chorus. Slower tracks like 'I'll Be Around' provide a warm, sensual counterpoint, demonstrating Steele's delicate vocal prowess. The album closes with the epic 'Keep a Watch,' blending poised piano balladry with grandiose flourishes, perfectly embodying the duo's larger-than-life personas. With Ice on the Dune, Empire of the Sun delivers a vibrant and cohesive album, cementing their status as one of the most exciting electro-pop acts of all time.
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Digeridoo (Expanded Version)
Cat: RS 9201X. Rel: 31 May 24
Didgeridoo (7:11)
Flap Head (7:03)
Phloam (5:34)
Isoprophlex (6:20)
Didgeridoo (Cr7e version) (7:23)
Didgeridoo (live - Cr7e version) (6:26)
Isoprophlex (Slow Cr7e version) (8:18)
Phloam (Cr7e version) (5:46)
Review: Fresh vintage Aphex meat in the shape of this expanded reissue of the classic rave era anthem 'Digeridoo' from 1992. Treated to a modern remastering job by Beau Thomas at Ten Eight Seven Mastering, this double pack features the four tunes on the original 12" - 'Digeridoo', 'Flaphead', 'Phloam' and 'Isoprophlex', as well as bonus versions by Richard D James himself said to be encoded through his Nakamichi CR7e cassette deck, utilising vari-speed to create versions at different speeds which "felt right at the time". The legend is that he wrote the tune to annoy hippies who liked to attend raves and jam with their digeridoos - or digeri-dont's as they quickly became known - but it's being delighting fans of that golden era between hardcore rave and jungle ever since.
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Live At The Hammersmith Odeon In London October 6 1983
Cat: DBQP 071. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Now, This Is Fun (3:26)
See You (4:01)
Love In Itself (4:31)
Told You So (4:37)
New Life (4:10)
More Than A Party (4:30)
Two Minute Warning (3:42)
Shame (3:59)
Get The Balance Right (3:18)
The Landscape Is Changing (4:56)
Photographic (4:04)
Just Can't Get Enough (4:57)
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Hamilton: An American Musical (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (Soundtrack)
Cat: 075678 666919. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Alexander Hamilton (3:55)
Aaron Burr, Sir (2:32)
My Shot (5:37)
The Story Of Tonight (1:32)
The Schuyler Sisters (3:08)
Farmer Refuted (1:52)
You'll Be Back (3:27)
Right Hand Man (5:21)
A Winter's Ball (1:09)
Helpless (4:10)
Satisfied (5:29)
The Story Of Tonight (reprise) (1:56)
Wait For It (3:13)
Stay Alive (2:39)
Ten Duel Commandments (1:48)
Meet Me Inside (1:22)
That Would Be Enough (3:00)
Guns & Ships (2:07)
History Has Its Eyes On You (1:37)
Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down) (4:02)
What Comes Next? (1:39)
Dear Theodosia (3:04)
Non-Stop (6:24)
Whad'd I Miss (3:55)
Cabinet Battle (#1) (3:35)
Take A Break (4:46)
Say No To This (3:51)
The Room Where It Happens (5:33)
Schuyler Defeated (1:03)
Cabinet Battle (#2) (2:23)
Washington On Your Side (3:01)
One Last Time (4:55)
I Know Him (1:37)
The Adams Administration (0:55)
We Know (2:23)
Hurricane (2:18)
The Reynolds Pamphlet (2:09)
Burn (3:45)
Blow Us All Away (2:53)
Stay Alive (reprise) (1:52)
It's Quiet Uptown (4:30)
The Election Of 1800 (3:58)
Your Obedient Servant (2:30)
Best Of Wives & Best Of Women (0:48)
The World Was Wide Enough (5:02)
Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells You Story (3:35)
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Evangelion Finally (Soundtrack)
Evangelion Finally (Soundtrack) (pink splattered vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: 194398 43151. Rel: 30 Apr 21
The Cruel Angel's Thesis (4:06)
Fly Me To The Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa version) (3:51)
Soul's Refrain (5:14)
Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours- (4:53)
Komm, Susser Tod (M-10 Director edit version) (7:48)
Kyou No Hi Wa Sayounara (2:43)
Tsubasa Wo Kudasai (4:47)
Fly Me To The Moon 2020 (4:35)
Kokoro Yo Genshi Ni Modore 2020 (5:05)
Mugen Houyou (5:33)
Shiawase Wa Tsumi No Nioi (4:38)
Come Sweet Death, Second Impact (7:07)
Dilemmatic Triangle Opera (5:19)
The Image Of Black Me (7:43)
Dilemmatic Triangle Opera (Ayanami version) (5:44)
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Positive Force
Cat: P7 6610. Rel: 15 Jul 24
Positive Force 1 (2:58)
Positive Force 2 (0:45)
Positive Force 3 (1:55)
Positive Force 4 (1:45)
Positive Force 5 (1:24)
Positive Force 6 (0:23)
Review: Hailing from Yorkshire, Geoff Bastow made music that took people pretty far away from the White Rose county, out to the cosmic discos of Italy and then onwards towards the stratosphere itself. Half a galaxy away from a part of England known for keeping two feet firmly rooted to the ground, calling spades spades and taking no nonsense from nobody. Often producing under the moniker K.I.D. during the 1980s, and making most of his sounds after relocating to Munich, Germany, Bastow's attention to detail, sense of space and spatiality, gauge of groove and understanding of what makes a dancefloor move cannot be understated. Save your words, though, and skip straight to this EP to explain all that to people - six takes on a stone cold classic.
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The 1000 Eyes Of Dr Mabuse: Part One (40th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Testament Six (5:30)
Dr Mabuse (The Last Word) (5:46)
Dr Mabuse (Special instrumental mix) (5:07)
Abuse (4:18)
Das Testament Des Dr Mabuse (12" edit For Germany) (9:50)
Im Stahlnetz Des Mabuse (3:14)
Strength To Dream (The First Life Of) (2:28)
Das Testament Des Dr Mabuse (13th Life mix) (6:33)
 in stock $41.98
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The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Soundtrack) (reissue)
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The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Soundtrack) (reissue) (gatefold metallic gold marbled vinyl 2xLP (indie exclusive))
Cat: 075678 609046. Rel: 14 Jun 24
Death Cab For Cutie - "Meet Me On The Equinox" (3:42)
Band Of Skulls - "Friends" (3:09)
Thom Yorke - "Hearing Damage" (5:06)
Lykke Li - "Possibility" (4:56)
The Killers - "A White Demon Love Song" (3:28)
Anya Marina - "Satellite Heart" (3:32)
Muse - "I Belong To You" (New Moon remix) (3:10)
Bon Iver & St Vincent - "Rosyln" (4:47)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - "Done All Wrong" (2:49)
Hurricane Bells - "Monsters" (3:16)
Sea Wolf - "The Violet Hour" (3:32)
Ok Go - "Shooting The Moon" (3:18)
Grizzly Bear (With Victoria Legrand) - "Slow Life" (4:21)
Editors - "No Sound But The Wind" (3:47)
Alexandre Desplat - "New Moon (The Meadow)" (4:08)
Review: Reissued for the first time via Atlantic Records comes the official soundtrack to Twilight: New Moon, the second instalment in the Twilight film franchise, which is in turn based on the novel of the same name. With the OST component of the score again handled by Alexandre Desplat, and its curated remainder selected by music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, New Moon is a compelling fusion of classical filmic orchestral music and brooding emo indie rock: the perfect combo to nail the affective headspace of both Edward and Jacob campers.
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Music Has The Right To Children
Music Has The Right To Children (gatefold 2xLP + sticker)
Cat: WARPLP 55R. Rel: 18 Oct 13
Wildlife Analysis
An Eagle In Your Mind
The Color Of The Fire
Telephasic Workshop
Triangles & Rhombuses
Sixtyten
Turqoise Hexagon Sun
Kaini Industries
Bocuma
Roygbiv
Rue The Whirl
Aquarius
Olson
Pete Standing Alone
Smokes Quantity
Open The Light
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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A White White Day
A White White Day (CD limited to 100 copies)
Cat: K 001. Rel: 17 Jan 22
First Part
Second Part
Review: Klamm is the new label dedicated to the artistic output of Saele Valese. After "Ivic", a collection of old and new materials published on Alva Noto's label (NOTON) at the beginning of the year, Saele Valese releases now his first real album "A White, White Day". Written and recorded between 2018 and 2021 the material of this work was sliced, glued and recreated several times, just like a filmmaker in the editing process, before finding its final form. Inspired indeed by the most poetic cinema, 'A White, White Day' represents, in the form of a non-linear and enigmatic narrative, a personal and psychological reflection on time, memory and dreams. Mastered by Rashad Becker.
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Damn Imperium
Damn Imperium (limited black & white vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: DOAR XXV. Rel: 06 Jun 24
Damn Imperium (19:05)
Grim Imperium (18:55)
Review: Current 93, led by David Tibet, has often featured a rotating lineup of musicians (with Bjork and Nick Cave among the contributors), with Michael Cashmore and Steven Stapleton as more permanent members and appearing on several releases. Formed in 1982, the group released their ritualistic debut single, LAShTAL, in 1984 and were initially known for their noisy soundscapes but transitioned to an "apocalyptic folk" sound in 1986. This month they have pressed up 500 copies of a series of new albums that layer up acoustic guitars and atonal vocals into alluring and ghostly soundtracks of highly evocative drone, ambient and experimental sounds.
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Richard D James
Cat: WARPCD 043. Rel: 01 Jan 90
4
Cornish Acid
Peek 824545201
Fingerbib
Corn Mouth
To Cure A Weakling Child
Good Gumpas
Yellow Calx
Girl/Boy Song
Logon Rock Witch
Review: By 1996, Richard D. James, aka Aphex Twin, had a prolific career at 26. He co-ran Rephlex Records, signed with Warp Records, and had multiple releases and MTV-aired music videos. His fame surged with the 1997 Come to Daddy EP and Chris Cunningham-directed music videos. James was constantly creating music, describing his output as endless. The Richard D. James Album marked a turning point, featuring his creepy distorted smile on the cover, solidifying his bizarre persona. Despite his unassuming demeanor, James's music was wildly innovative. Raised in Cornwall, he preferred making music in solitude, viewing himself as "some kid mucking around in his bedroom." Departing from previous methods, the album was entirely computer-made, reflecting recent work. James aimed for accessibility with hidden complexity, making the music engaging yet intricate. The album featured more structured songs with clear melodies, such as 'Girl/Boy Song,' blending orchestral sounds with drum solos. Symphonic elements persisted, creating emotionally resonant moments. Tracks like '4' and 'Fingerbib' showcased his ambient sensibilities and inventive sounds. Vocals, heavily altered, added a unique touch.
The album combined delicate symphonics with intense beats, exploring drill ‘n’ bass. It had a cohesive vision, evident in tracks like 'Cornish Acid' and 'Peek 82454201.' Named after his deceased brother, the album held personal significance, subtly influencing its depth and emotion.
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 in stock $13.46
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Cowboy Bebop: The Real Folk Blues Legends (Soundtrack)
Cowboy Bebop: The Real Folk Blues Legends (Soundtrack) (dark blue marbled vinyl 2xLP + booklet + insert)
Cat: 196588 70771. Rel: 09 Feb 24
The Real Folk Blues (6:15)
Cosmic Dare (Pretty With A Pistol) (4:24)
ELM (5:03)
Clutch (5:14)
Call Me Call Me (4:42)
Is It Real? (4:41)
Wo Qui Non Coin (3:52)
Forever Broke (3:04)
SPY (2:03)
Time To Know - Be Waltz (3:49)
Gotta Knock A Little Harder (5:16)
Fantaisie Sign (5:05)
The Singing Sea (4:27)
Hamduche (1:45)
Blue (4:44)
Theme From Cowboy Bebop (3:18)
Cats On Mars (2:41)
Waltz In High Socks (1:37)
The Fate Of Three (2:22)
The Adventures Of Losers (2:48)
Piano Solo (live) (7:35)
Review: Introducing Cowboy Bebop: The Real Folk Blues Legends, a vinyl masterpiece with captivating designs by Toshiaki Uesugi, celebrated for his work for the Cowboy Bebop franchise. Thw LP, carefully supervised by the legendary Yoko Kanno, compiles tracks from the whole Cowboy Bebop discography including 'Blue', 'No Disc' and 'Knocking on Heaven's Door', and not least the iconic 'The Real Folk Blues'. This release brings to vinyl for the first time many such classics, delivering to fans a unique sonic experience not only highlighting the sonic world of Cowboy Bebop, but the opportunity to share in the legacy of one of the most successful anime series of all time. This vinyl set features two deluxe LP discs on 140g dark blue marbled 12" vinyl. It also includes an insert print with tracklists, credits, liner notes and interviews with Yoko Kanno.
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Live At The Hammersmith Odeon London October 6 1983
Cat: SRFM 0013ME2. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Now, This Is Fun (3:33)
See You (4:03)
Love In Itself (4:35)
Told You So (4:33)
New Life (4:13)
More Than A Party (4:45)
Two Minute Warning (3:53)
Shame (4:01)
Get The Balance Right (3:17)
The Landscape Is Changing (5:03)
Photographic (4:13)
Just Can't Get Enough (5:02)
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Lost In Translation (Soundtrack) (reissue)
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Cat: 060349 7843510. Rel: 28 Nov 22
Intro/Tokyo (4:21)
Kevin Shields - "City Girl" (1:57)
Brian Reitzell & Roger J Manning Jr - "Shibuya" (1:24)
Sebastien Tellier - "Fantino" (3:13)
Kevin Shields - "Goodbye" (2:26)
Death In Vegas - "Girls" (4:32)
Squarepusher - "Tommib" (1:17)
Phoenix - "Too Young" (3:18)
Happy End - "Kaze Wo Atsumete" (4:02)
Brian Reitzell & Roger J Manning Jr - "On The Subway" (1:08)
Kevin Shields - "Ikebana" (1:30)
My Bloody Valentine - "Sometimes" (5:20)
Air - "Alone In Kyoto" (4:00)
Kevin Shields - "Are You Awake?" (1:27)
The Jesus & Mary Chain - "Just Like Honey" (3:03)
Review: Can any film hope for the perfect synergy between curated soundtrack, moving image and mood that Lost In Translation achieved? Sofia Coppola's melancholic reflection on Tokyo through Western eyes plays out like an especially emotive dream, and that's thanks in no small part to the regal tones of Kevin Shields' shoegaze imprint punctuating the thoughtfully selected songs. From Squarepusher at his most tender to Shields own My Bloody Valentine and fellow guitar-drone legends The Jesus & Mary Chain, there's heaps of atmosphere spilling out of this soundtrack, and so tethered to the film is the music you could drop the needle on this one and find yourself right back on the streets of urban Japan.
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Atlas EP
Atlas EP (CD Single)
Cat: SM 2401CD. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Atlas
Metropol
Without A Word
La Perigrina
Review: Robin Guthrie's Atlas is a four-track EP showcasing new instrumentals that gently reintroduce listeners to his distinctive world. Known for shaping genres with his production and signature guitar sounds, Guthrie famously co-founded and produced for Cocteau Twins. With over four decades of musical influence, he's produced, remixed, and collaborated across various projects, from instrumental albums to movie soundtracks and Atlas serves as a tantalising preview of what's to follow later this year, namely more of Guthrie's evocative sounds that will no doubt continue his legacy of pushing boundaries.
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Whispers Of An Ancient World III
Whispers Of An Ancient World III (LP limited to 250 copies)
Cat: WAW 003. Rel: 03 Jun 24
Dog (2:40)
O Time Your Pyramids (3:50)
MCV (4:44)
Infinite Staircase Ascending (3:19)
Axaxaxas MLO (2:33)
The Combed Thunderclap (3:10)
The Plaster Cramp (2:36)
LXUM, LKWC (3:36)
Infinite Staircase Descending (3:22)
Review: Veteran electrohead and former artist on the Rephlex Records roseter DMX Krew's Ed DMX takes the well-known story by Jorge Luis Borges of The Library of Babel, said to contain all the different languages of the earth. Some deep philosophical thought has gone into the album's concept, but we'll leave that to Ed to explain. Instead, we'll tell you that from beginning to end there's plenty of the kind of trademark 80s synth playfulness in evidence, with a generally more mellow and soundtrack-related rather than frenetic and dancefloor-filling vibe in evidence, even on faster tracks like 'The Combed Thunderclap'. Still, Ed knows what he's doing when it comes to this kind of leftfield electro gear, and it's a rewarding, never boring listen.

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Reihen
Reihen (clear vinyl LP)
Cat: 12K 2053. Rel: 09 Feb 22
Summe (2:32)
Reihen (7:00)
Rekursiv (6:15)
Ephemen (5:02)
Sunter (5:16)
Longt (2:13)
Sicht (3:05)
Wankel (1:24)
Allure (3:56)
Eben (4:39)
Review: 12k is very happy to welcome Uwe Zahn, aka Arovane, to the roster. Arovane, a well-respected artist in the field, hailing from within the German countryside, has been active since the early 2000s beginning with releases on City Centre Offices and DIN in the heyday of the IDM and microsound years. He has since gone on to release work with n5MD, Pure Magnetik, and Strangely Isolated Place, among others. With Reihen he takes his characteristic pointillist synthetic structures and impeccable sound design and lays them in a web of fagility, decay and etherealism that feels like new a new direction for Zahn.
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XXX 016
XXX 016 (12")
Cat: XXX 016. Rel: 17 Jul 24
All Things Done (5:47)
Quarter 25 (5:26)
All Things Done (Chinaski remix) (5:19)
Quarter 25 (SIRS remix) (6:03)
Review: XXX is back with a steamy 16th EP and it features two original tracks by Anastasia Zems & Radial Gaze on the A-side, with remixes from Chinaski & S.I.R.S. on the B-side. The originals are characterised by dark industrial vibes, sharp kicks, and throbbing yet playful basslines that will persuade any dance floor to get throwing shapes. On the flip side, Chinaski's remix takes an unexpected turn as a trance-like trip that climbs higher and faster with each beat. S.I.R.S. offers a contrasting disco remix with an irresistibly groovy bassline, and just as irresistible is the playful artwork by Gees Voorhees that perfectly captures the eclectic nature of this EP.
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James Blake
James Blake (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: ATLAS2LP. Rel: 02 Feb 11
Tep & The Logic
Unluck
The Wilhelm Scream
I Never Learnt To Share
Lindisfarne I
Lindisfarne II
Limit To Your Love
Give Me My Month
To Care (Like You)
Why Don't You Call Me?
I Mind
Measurements
You Know Your Youth
Review: James Blake's debut album is undoubtedly one of 2011's most keenly awaited releases, and its arrival via his own (major label funded) Atlas imprint ensures their is no lull in momentum for a producer who enjoyed a watershed 2010 with releases on Hessle Audio and R&S. The results here differ wildly from his previous sonic excursions - gone are the shimmering R&B soaked melodies of "CMYK" and the sheer experimentalism of the Klavierwerke EP, which saw the young Londoner depart from the confines of the dancefloor and enter a realm where there was only a passing reference to rhythm-based music. Instead we are treated to Blake's own yearning, raw voice, delicate pianos and an underlying sense of melancholy. Ubiquitous single "Limit To Your love" and the crackly sonic terrain evoked on "The Wilhelm Scream" are among the most immediately pleasing moments, but there is much to explore here. It's a fascinating opus and surely the catalyst to a long and fruitful career at the top.
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