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Mordechai
Mordechai (limited gatefold pink vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOC 193LPC1. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. First Class (4:42)
  2. Time (You & I) (5:46)
  3. Connaissais De Face (4:19)
  4. Father Bird, Mother Bird (3:05)
  5. If There Is No Question (5:51)
  6. Pelota (2:49)
  7. One To Remember (4:24)
  8. Dearest Alfred (3:58)
  9. So We Won't Forget (5:00)
  10. Shida (4:02)
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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The Universe Smiles Upon You
The Universe Smiles Upon You (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: ALNLP 40R. Rel: 12 Feb 19
  1. Mr White (4:47)
  2. Two Fish & An Elephant (3:34)
  3. Dern Kala (3:40)
  4. Little Joe & Mary (4:57)
  5. White Gloves (3:51)
  6. People Everywhere (Still Alive) (2:36)
  7. The Man Who Took My Sunglasses (2:10)
  8. August Twelve (5:58)
  9. Balls & Pins (7:42)
  10. Zionsville (2:48)
Review: Inspired by the slightly unlikely collision of the Thai music of the '70s and The Shadows, Khruangbin - the name means 'aeroplane' in Thailand - are purveyors of a deliriously mellow and beguiling form of jammed-out power-trio guitar music - far removed from standard notions of psych and dreampop, partly owing to its pan-global influences, its nonetheless both psychedelic and dreamy, not to mention possessed of an unhurried, reflective and spacious lilt that renders this Texan-London outfit a rare treat in an information-saturated age, taking on delicate soul and funk with exotic atmospheres and making the journey feel both blissful and effortless.
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Texas Sun
Texas Sun (12")
Cat: DOC 214LP. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Texas Sun (4:13)
  2. Midnight (5:15)
  3. C-Side (4:46)
  4. Conversation (6:41)
Review: If you've caught either Khruangbin or Leon Bridges live before, or indeed listened to anything by either band or producer-singer-songwriter, you'll know where this 20-minute EP is heading. The sleeve art, which gives more than a nod to the 1960s hippy movement, also offers a major clue.

Tripped out, smoked out, lackadaisical, bliss-infused overtures, honied and syrupy, easing you in so far that you don't quite realise how hard it is to crawl back out of the sugar-coated opiate haze. A collection of heady, hallucinogenic work for 21st Century high plains drifters, it's jazzy, psychy, lush soulful fare you'll be wanting to hear again and again, capturing the heat and slow pace of America's southern states with heartfelt songwriting from genuine masters. The result is something very special indeed.
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Mordechai
Mordechai (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOC 193LP. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. First Class (4:42)
  2. Time (You & I) (5:46)
  3. Connaissais De Face (4:19)
  4. Father Bird Mother Bird (3:05)
  5. If There Is No Question (5:51)
  6. Pelota (2:49)
  7. One To Remember (4:24)
  8. Dearest Alfred (3:58)
  9. So We Won't Forget (5:00)
  10. Shida (4:02)
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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Con Todo El Mundo
Cat: ALNLP 50R. Rel: 26 Jan 18
  1. Como Me Quieres (3:41)
  2. Lady & Man (4:17)
  3. Maria Tambien (3:11)
  4. August 10 (4:24)
  5. Como Te Quiero (4:02)
  6. Shades Of Man (3:33)
  7. Evan Finds The Third Room (4:15)
  8. A Hymn (3:09)
  9. Rules (4:28)
  10. Friday Morning (6:31)
Review: In 2015, Texas & London-based trio Khruangbin's debut album 'The Universe Smiles Upon You' garnered wide critical acclaim and captured attention for its seamless genre-blending and internationally shaped sound - one that evidently has deep roots in Thai-funk cassette culture. Similarly to their debut, sophomore record 'Con Todo El Mundo' is a cocktail of largely instrumental surf-rock, afro-funk, middle-eastern and far-eastern influences, mixed with warmth and soul. As if their pallette wasn't diverse enough, the additions of the pared back boogie on 'Evan Finds The Third Room', the widescreen dream-pop of 'A Hymn' and deeply intricate writing of closer 'Friday Morning', are illustrative of a band who have worked hard to broaden their horizons while keeping their roots in mind and, despite transatlantic bases, clearly remain a stunningly cohesive and well-matched outfit.
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Currents
Currents (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 473067 7. Rel: 17 Jul 15
  1. Let It Happen (7:50)
  2. Nangs (1:41)
  3. The Moment (4:19)
  4. Yes I'm Changing (4:31)
  5. Eventually (5:18)
  6. Gossip (0:57)
  7. The Less I Know The Better (3:39)
  8. Past Life (3:46)
  9. Disciples (1:48)
  10. Cause I'm A Man (4:03)
  11. Reality In Motion (4:12)
  12. Love/Paranoia (3:07)
  13. New Person, Same Old Mistakes (6:09)
Review: Australian combo Tama Impala has always been hard to pin down, with their two studio albums to date displaying a keen desire to capture a trippy, psychedelic vibe, whilst refusing to settle on one easy-to-categorize sound. Currents, their fourth album, continues this trend, toning down some of the psychedelic rock elements in favour of nods to blue-eyed soul, woozy dream-pop, cheery summery pop (see the radio hit in waiting "The Less I Know The Better"), and even the head-nodding rhythms of hip hop (which, incidentally, prove the perfect backing for the morphine pop wooziness of "Past Life"). It's a blend that re-casts the band as baked, inter-dimensional travellers with a neat line in enveloping, sun-kissed downtempo pop.
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Mordechai
Mordechai (CD)
Cat: DOC 193CD. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. First Class
  2. Time (You & I)
  3. Connaissais De Face
  4. Father Bird, Mother Bird
  5. If There Is No Question
  6. Pelota
  7. One To Remember
  8. Dearest Alfred
  9. So We Won't Forget
  10. Shida
Review: 'Mordechai is another blissed-out record from Texan party-chill-psyche trio Khruangbin. It's also among the outfit's most defined and driven, a smooth, sticky hot funk odyssey made for hazy afternoon soirees. Leader Laura Lee is, as ever, unfathomably siren-like on vocals, her bass grooves aiding the process of seduction no end. Even at the most upbeat and anthemic, 'Time (You and I)', it's hard not to feel woozy and intoxicated by the pared-back breaks and guitar lick combination. Dance floor ammo for sure, as is Pelota. Overall, though, it's an album best savoured slowly, allowing you to fully appreciate every lackadaisical moment of opiate goodness, with tracks such as 'Father Bird, Mother Bird', 'One To Remember' and 'Shida' summoning stunning sticky, heavy, deep atmospheres.
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 in stock $9.46
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Future Days
Cat: XSPOON 9. Rel: 17 Jul 14
  1. Future Days
  2. Spray
  3. Moonshake
  4. Bel Air
Review: After 1972's seminal Ege Bamyasi, the German Krautrock legends released what is one of our personal favourite Can LPs. Aside from being the last work of theirs to feature the vocals of Damo Suzuki, it's a seriously deep and full-bodied piece of work, as you'd expect from the band. The title track itself is a hypnotic, visceral journey through space and time, but all the tracks on this are pure classics. You even get their poppier of moments in the form of "Moonshake". Don't ask any questions, just cop it. Essential gear.
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Ege Bamyasi (reissue)
Ege Bamyasi (reissue) (limited heavyweight green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: XLSPOON 8. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. Pinch (9:31)
  2. Sing Swan Song (4:47)
  3. One More Night (5:34)
  4. Vitamin C (11:46)
  5. Soup (2:15)
  6. I'm So Green (3:06)
  7. Spoon (3:05)
Review: This 1972 classic has been cited as a major influence by the likes of Beck, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth and even Kanye West. The fourth album from the group, its release came at a time of growing exposure with lead single, '"Spoon", topping the German Top 10 and selling over 300,000 copies. It was this success that offered the opportunity to record the remainder of the album in their makeshift "Inner Space" home studio, an old former cinema. With bassist Holger Czukay on engineering and producing duties, several daily chess games between vocalist Damo Suzuki and keyboardist Irmin Schmidt, and a frantic recording process, Can delivered their piece de resistance - a dense, sprawling work of wild imagination, where their psychedelic adventuring intersected most perfectly with their pop sensibilities.
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Nonagon Infinity
Nonagon Infinity (gatefold coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ATO 0301. Rel: 14 Jun 16
  1. Robot Stop (5:22)
  2. Big Fig Wasp (5:11)
  3. Gamma Knife (4:18)
  4. People Vultures (5:29)
  5. Mr. Beat (5:18)
  6. Evil Death Roll (6:34)
  7. Invisible Face (3:05)
  8. Wah Wah (3:43)
  9. Road Train (4:30)
Review: It may only seem five minutes since the last King Gizzard album, but what's even more surprising than their prolific output is their quality control - 'Nonagon Infinity' is possessed of the freewheeling intensity, garage-style chutzpah and spirited charm that this outfit have displayed on the seven albums previous to this. Moreover, there's a particular game plan for the band - styled as a 'never-ending album', 'Nonagon Infinity' is structured like a 40-minute loop, which ends exactly where it began. On the evidence of this effervescent effort, one can think of worse vortexes in which to reside.
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Rose City Band
Rose City Band (limited red vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: THRILL 520LPX. Rel: 17 Jan 20
  1. Rip City (3:47)
  2. Wide Roll (4:24)
  3. Me & Willie (7:32)
  4. Wandering Feeling (3:41)
  5. Rivers Of Mind (6:30)
  6. Fear Song (7:25)
  7. Fog Of Love (4:23)
Review: Fans of The Grateful Dead listen up: you should have been taking note of Rose City Band before now. Don't worry, though, this self-titled from a blues-tipped troupe - who clearly understand the joys of psychedelia - is the outfit's debut. As such while you've missed a bit, there's hopefully far more to come. When it comes to outfits like Rose City Band it's easy to simply reel off a list of people the pack have elements of, partly because accurate definitions don't come easy when there are shades of garage rock, tripped out roll, and even some hallucinogenic take on country and western swoon at play. And that's just on the appropriately titled "Wandering Feeling". You could well nod to Moon Duo, Little Feat and the aforementioned Dead, alongside Cosmic Americana, of course. References aside, RCB rank among the finest making this fare, so prepare to get lost in a kaleidoscopic road trip.
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Interloper
Interloper (heavyweight white vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: RVRB 029. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. Schmetterling (4:32)
  2. R&B (4:28)
  3. Interloper (3:41)
  4. Maybe Then I Can Cry (5:05)
  5. Escapism (4:23)
  6. I'm Not Living In The Past (4:09)
  7. No Love (3:36)
  8. Hell Bastards (3:59)
  9. Buddhist Pete (6:27)
  10. Redhead (4:15)
Review: It's not everyday you find psyche rock that sounds like it is genuinely going somewhere with purpose. The sense of urgency on tracks like the chugging and propellant 'I'm Not Living In The Past Anymore' jump off the record and grab you by the scruff of the neck, impact slowly increasing as the waves of synth and harmonised vocals build towards ever higher heights. There are certainly plenty of dreamy moments to counterbalance some of that energy - opener 'Schmetterling' feels lighter than air, 'R&B' nods to the ethereality of Spiritualized. But this Austin, Texas outfit seem altogether more rooted in the physical rather than trippy world, with tracks like 'Hell Bastards' belonging to a rawer end of the spectrum, owing as much to early prog prototypes as woozy, hazy, blissed out business.
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Stollwerck Single
  1. Phantom Band/Linear Johnson & The Protons - "Rush Rush"
  2. Drums Off Chaos - "Drums Off Chaos"
Review: The sadly departed Jaki Liebezeit was the kind of drummer whose influence will be continually recognised over the decades to come. Best known for his work in Can, there are also many more sides to this singular sticksman, and Emotional Rescue has chosen to shine a light on his post-Can period living in Stollwerck. On the A side of this 7" curio is the sound of Phantom Band with Linear Johnson & The Protons. "Rush Rush" has a spiky new wave bent to it, but still Liebezeit's drumming stands out. The B side "Drums Off Chaos" need little explanation - it's the sound of one of the all-time drumming greats letting rip in a ferocious blast of percussive abandon.
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Quarters!
Quarters! (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 114. Rel: 21 May 15
  1. The River (10:06)
  2. Infinite Rise (10:02)
  3. God Is In The Rhythm (10:09)
  4. Lonely Steel Sheet Flyer (10:08)
Review: The Australian collective continue to wave their freak flag high on this, the latest in a startlingly prolific series of records that have seen them rise to the higher echelons of garage/psych power. 'Quarters', however, is unique even for them - comprising four ten minute tracks, it takes a more free-form style, with loose jamming coalescing into a glorious wash of ethereal extrapolation. Not merely a band with a startling growth rate, King Gizzard here prove themselves one with plenty of sttings to their bow, and 'Quarters' will be greeted with good cheer by admirers of fans of Ty Segall and Follakzoid alike.
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Sing In A World That's Falling Apart (Deluxe Edition)
Sing In A World That's Falling Apart (Deluxe Edition) (limited red vinyl LP + poster in spot-varnished die-cut sleeve + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIRELP 573X. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Hooker Jon (3:52)
  2. Chainsaw (3:17)
  3. Rumbler (3:22)
  4. Holding Me Holding You (2:31)
  5. Gentleman (5:14)
  6. Get It On Time (3:05)
  7. Angola Rodeo (2:44)
  8. Georgia (3:31)
  9. Odelia (2:24)
  10. Dishonest Men (3:22)
  11. Locust (2:38)
  12. Live Fast Die Slow (4:28)
Review: The Black Lips are one of those outfits that are never content to sit still, and are armed with more than the necessary talent to pull off their shifts of shape, style and focus. In the past we've seen them touch on punk and dive headfirst into psychobilly, but on 'Sing In A World That's Falling Apart' they move to pastures new - literally - by embracing country and western.

Don't expect this to be packed with slide guitars and lamentations on D.I.V.O.R.C.E., though. Instead we're talking bourbon-soaked, thigh-slapping, rowdy and raucous songs to soundtrack any self-respecting barroom brawl. There are shades of Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan at play here, and this is no cheap pastiche - all three of those greats, and more, would be proud to call this one their own.
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Murder Of The Universe
Murder Of The Universe (splattered vinyl LP + 32 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: ATO 0400. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. A New World (The Tale Of The Altered Beast) (0:59)
  2. Altered Beast I (2:23)
  3. Alter Me I (0:46)
  4. Altered Beast II (4:29)
  5. Alter Me II (1:25)
  6. Altered Beast III (2:14)
  7. Alter Me III (1:27)
  8. Altered Beast IV (5:10)
  9. Life/Death (1:01)
  10. Some Context (The Lord Of Lightning vs Balrog) (0:16)
  11. The Reticent Raconteur (1:13)
  12. The Lord Of Lightning (part 1) (1:54)
  13. The Lord Of Lightning (part 2) (3:03)
  14. The Balrog (4:33)
  15. The Floating Fire (1:54)
  16. The Acrid Corpse (0:58)
  17. Welcome To An Altered Universe (Han-Tyumi & The Murder Of Universe) (0:55)
  18. Digital Black (2:46)
  19. Han-Tyumi, The Confused Cyborg (2:15)
  20. Soy-protein Munt Machine (0:30)
  21. Vomit Coffin (2:19)
  22. Murder Of The Universe (4:11)
Review: These Aussie psych-mayhem merchants have set their sights on releasing a terrifying five records this year, and only a fool or a cynic would deny they're capable of it, given the freewheeling abandon and hell-for-leather chutzpah they've delivered on each of their ten outings to date. Whilst the majority of bands habitually claim to be pursuing a uniquely uncompromising vision, few are as guileless and full-on as the outfit we feast on via 'Murder Of The Universe', one completely unafraid to deal with four-part sagas concerning Tolkein-esque mythical monsters and Japanese cyborgs via a kinetic and combustible melange of garage fury and third-eye-massaging acid visions. Who knows where King Gizzard are heading, but right-thinking folks will be willing them to keep their foot firmly on the accelerator.
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The Slow Rush
Cat: 775796 0. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. One More Year
  2. Instant Destiny
  3. Borderline
  4. Posthumous Forgiveness
  5. Breathe Deeper
  6. Tomorrow's Dust
  7. On Track
  8. Lost In Yesterday
  9. Is It True
  10. It Might Be Time
  11. Glimmer
  12. One More Hour
Review: Kevin Parker is a real enigma of a musician. The brains behind the rightly celebrated and ever-surprising Tame Impala, he's never one for delivering quite what you expect, while still understanding that one of the most important things in music is striking a balance between the familiarity disciples need, and the expressive exploration that can prick the ears of the previously uninitiated.

Album number four, "The Slow Rush", certainly adopts a different outlook to previous undertakings. It also more than lives up to its name. It's smooth, tripped out (perhaps not so surprising on the latter front) and strikingly void of those highs that seem to offer the aural equivalent to some opiate-amphetamine blend. But we don't miss out. Instead, we're given permutations of soul, prog rock and acid house, perhaps making for the most expansive record this guy has been responsible for.
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Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs Present English Weather
Ace
Cat: XXQLP 2049. Rel: 01 Feb 17
  1. Caravan - "Love Song With Flute" (4:13)
  2. The Roger Webb Sound - "Moon Bird" (2:18)
  3. The Parlour Band - "Early Morning Eyes" (3:51)
  4. Scotch Mist - "Pamela" (3:12)
  5. Spring - "The Prisoner (Eight By Ten)" (5:32)
  6. The Orange Bicycle - "Last Cloud Home" (3:06)
  7. T2 - "JLT" (5:50)
  8. Bill Fay - "'Til The Christ Come Back" (3:07)
  9. Van Der Graaf Generator - "Refugees" (5:18)
  10. Aardvark - "Very Nice Of You To Call" (3:35)
  11. John Cale - "Big White Cloud" (3:25)
  12. Belle Gonzalez - "Bottles" (3:21)
  13. The Way We Live - "Watching White Stars" (7:06)
  14. Offspring - "Windfall" (3:27)
  15. Camel - "Never Let Go" (3:38)
  16. Daevid Allen - "Wise Man In Your Heart" (8:30)
  17. Matching Mole - "O Caroline" (5:08)
  18. Prelude - "Edge Of The Sea" (6:41)
  19. Alan Parker & Alan Hawkshaw - "Evening Shade" (2:34)
Review: If you're looking for someone to chronicle the seamier side of British musical history, or a curatorial force with insights into its more dusty and unchartered areas, no-one is better qualified than Saint Etienne boffins Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs, and they've excelled themselves here, delivering a beautifully chosen and endlessly evocative selection of songs from an era often overlooked by the reductive forces of retro culture - a disenfranchised but rich zone in the early seventies after psychedelia, when although the '60s dream had faded slightly the atmosphere of melancholy and hope alike made for unclassifiable and evergreen music. Not quite prog, not quite psych, the likes of T2, Aardvark, Matching Mole and Van Der Graaf Generator were harbingers of a lost spirit that makes for endlessly rewarding listening here, sitting proudly alongside better known figures like Daevid Allen and John Cale on a strange time capsule to be cherished.
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Live
Live (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MEX 282. Rel: 10 Mar 20
  1. Track 1 (1:18)
  2. Track 2 (1:46)
  3. Track 3 (3:03)
  4. Track 4 (7:29)
  5. Ain't So Hard To Do (2:46)
  6. Track 6 (1:52)
  7. Track 7 (2:24)
  8. Track 8 (5:42)
  9. Track 9 (0:47)
  10. Track 10 (5:03)
  11. Track 11 (4:17)
  12. Track 12 (2:10)
  13. Track 13 (2:56)
Review: Swedish heavy psychedelic rockers Dungen are pretty incredible live on stage. Even if you've never seen them, the contents of this record are enough to assure you of that. There's palpable energy emitting from the speakers, a grungy but cosmic barrage of sounds that grab you almost from the off (aptly-titled opener "Track 1" introduces things via a gentile, bluesy warm up) before we're plunged into Led Zep-esque territories. To make that comparison would likely have the devout on both sides up in arms - it's lazy but nonetheless relevant. What's here is far from your average live-on-record offering; it's a true showcase of their famed and largely improvised shows, and real evidence of what they are capable of bestowing on us to keep if it weren't for the nature of studio albums themselves. A creative tour de force in action, laid down for all time.
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 in stock $16.59
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Re Facto
Re Facto (coloured 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SCR 152. Rel: 13 Mar 20
  1. Fosas Limitadas (3:47)
  2. Lux, Lumina (CC Crain remix) (4:42)
  3. El Olivo (3:59)
  4. Unificado (Pye Corner Audio remix) (7:57)
Review: Beguiling, intriguing, immersive and about as far from obsolete as you could ask for in an age when so much music seems happy to exist in a kind of pointless no man's land lacking anything like innovation, if not defined by total uselessness. Prepare to commend Lorelle, your new favourite psychedelic aural adventure, not to mention the much-loved London label Sonic Cathedral, if you're not already obsessed with it. There's more depth and substance to the four tracks offered here than many artists can manage in an album. '"Fosas Limitadas" has shades of Powell's earthier scuzz, "Lux, Lumina" is straight up hallucinatory fare, or at least CC Crain's remix - included here - fits that description. "El Olivo" is a tripped out odyssey that's at once beautiful and unnerving, while the closer, a Pye Corner Audio version of "Unificado" grows into a subtle but highly emotive wall of atmosphere over eight stunning minutes.
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Rose City Band
Cat: JSR 02. Rel: 31 May 19
  1. Rip City (3:49)
  2. Wide Roll (4:24)
  3. Me & Willie (7:31)
  4. Wandering Feeling (3:42)
  5. Rivers Of Mind (6:33)
  6. Fear Song (7:24)
  7. Fog Of Love (4:25)
Review: Fans of The Grateful Dead listen up: you should have been taking note of Rose City Band before now. Don't worry, though, this self-titled from a blues-tipped troupe - who clearly understand the joys of psychedelia - is the outfit's debut. As such while you've missed a bit, there's hopefully far more to come. When it comes to outfits like Rose City Band it's easy to simply reel off a list of people the pack have elements of, partly because accurate definitions don't come easy when there are shades of garage rock, tripped out roll, and even some hallucinogenic take on country and western swoon at play. And that's just on the appropriately titled "Wandering Feeling". You could well nod to Moon Duo, Little Feat and the aforementioned Dead, alongside Cosmic Americana, of course. References aside, RCB rank among the finest making this fare, so prepare to get lost in a kaleidoscopic road trip.
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 in stock $29.47
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Chunky Shrapnel
Chunky Shrapnel (gatefold gold vinyl 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve with obi-strip)
Cat: KGLW 001LP. Rel: 29 May 20
  1. Evil Star (2:13)
  2. The River (live) (9:34)
  3. Wah Wah (live) (2:59)
  4. Road Train (live) (4:09)
  5. Murder Of The Universe (live) (5:08)
  6. Quarantine (2:17)
  7. Planet B (live) (5:45)
  8. Parking (live) (1:59)
  9. Venusian 2 (live) (3:14)
  10. Hell (live) (3:32)
  11. Let Me Mend The Past (live) (3:07)
  12. Anamnesis (3:03)
  13. Inner Cell (live) (3:52)
  14. Loyalty (live) (3:48)
  15. Horology (live) (2:33)
  16. A Brief History Of Planet Earth (live) (19:07)
Review: It's Gizzard, baby, but not as you've perhaps heard them before. Unless you caught them on stage at one of the shows these live recordings were captured at (namely London, Manchester, Madrid, Utrecht, Milan, Barcelona and Brussels). It's impossible to truly reflect the ferocity and fun of the mighty King in the flesh, but the combination of 'Evil Star''s brooding doom guitars and 'The River''s smooth jazz funk do enough to convey the breadth and scope of what the band are about. The decision to combine multiple concert takes into one (almost) coherent whole makes more sense when you know this LP accompanies a movie of the same name. These are snapshots of life on the road from stage eye view, complete with breakneck heavy metal, stomach-smashing drum solos, and the anthemic pop of 'Let Me Mend The Past'. Concluding with the epic, 20-minute juggernaut of emotion that is 'Brief History of Planet Earth', it's in the exclusive club of live records you need to own.
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Colossus (remastered)
Colossus (remastered) (limited coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: DUAL 013LP. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Colossus (8:07)
  2. Eclipse (10:30)
  3. Medusa (7:21)
  4. Raga In Asia Minor (15:10)
Review: Not to be confused with the pioneering Detroit electro outfit, Australia's Cybotron were an equally visionary group infusing their brand of psychedelic space rock with heavy synthesizer tones and more progressive tangents than you can shake a wizard's staff at. This is wigged out interstellar music of the highest order, lovingly reissued by Dual Planet for a new generation of trippers to go the distance with. If you dig Hawkwind, the heavier end of the kosmische spectrum and some of Tangerine Dream's loftier moments, you'll love Colossus. Our personal pick is "Eclipse" - 10 minutes of hard stepping intensity with some delicious Moog bass licks bringing the funk.
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 in stock $32.90
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Little Dark Age
Little Dark Age (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 889854 76061. Rel: 09 Feb 18
  1. She Works Out Too Much (4:38)
  2. Little Dark Age (5:03)
  3. When You Die (4:23)
  4. Me & Michael (4:47)
  5. TSLAMP (4:30)
  6. James (3:52)
  7. Days That Got Away (4:43)
  8. One Thing Left To Try (4:22)
  9. When You're Small (3:30)
  10. Hand It Over (4:10)
Review: Since their early heyday of mammoth pop hits, electronic-indie duo MGMT seemed to sound gradually more and more conflicted, unsure whether to continue producing stadium-scale hooks or follow their eccentricities. It seems, with their fourth full-length 'Little Dark Age', that they've opted for the latter - sounding all the more confident and cohesive for it. 'Little Dark Age' sees the pair channeling their synthetic poppy psychedelia into their darkest, most serious and interesting songwriting yet. Anybody who panned 2013's self-titled album or 2010's 'Congratulations' should be pleasantly surprised by this return to form and new-found resolve. 'Little Dark Age' is a far cry from MGMT's definitive debut, but it's to the band's credit that exploring the more weird and wonderful corners of their pop-sensibilities has worked so well.
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 in stock $19.91
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Behind The Curtain: The Lost Album
BBE
Cat: BBE 290ALP. Rel: 10 Oct 14
  1. Acvila Fragment
  2. Charm 1
  3. Charm 2
  4. Contrast
  5. Cosmic Game
  6. Dans Macabru
  7. Elastic
  8. Paradox
  9. Piramide 1
  10. Piramide 2
  11. Point
  12. The Gym
  13. The Train
  14. Waterfall
  15. The Doctor
  16. Substitute
  17. Opus
  18. A Glass Of Water
  19. Marsul Indiosilor
  20. Stars & Lights
  21. My Submarine
  22. Here I Am
Review: Romania's Rodion GA is by no means a new name. The founding and only remaining member, Rodion Rosca, has been making music since the Communism-oppressed times of the 70's and 80's, where psychedelic sounds were by no means appreciated! It's only recently that Rosca's forward thinking music has truly seen the light of day, and following a retrospective on Strut, the equally on-point BBE present this 20 track selection of long-lost material! This stuff is seriously out-there, and each track brings something different to the table. From the drum-machine, Eastern vibes of "Acvila Fragment", to the gnarly, guitar-thrashing electronic of "Cosmic Game, and even the post-punk oddities of tracks like "Paradox", there's something in hear for all diggers and wax junkies. Recommended, of course.
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Played by: Thread London
 in stock $22.37
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The Singles
The Singles (trifold 3xLP)
Cat: SPOON 60. Rel: 16 Jun 17
  1. Soul Desert (3:54)
  2. She Brings The Rain (4:06)
  3. Spoon (3:04)
  4. Shikako Maru Ten (3:17)
  5. Turtles Have Short Legs (3:25)
  6. Halleluwah (edit) (3:38)
  7. Vitamin C (3:32)
  8. I'm So Green (3:05)
  9. Mushroom (4:00)
  10. Moonshake (3:00)
  11. Future Days (edit) (3:23)
  12. Dizzy Dizzy (edit) (3:32)
  13. Splash (edit) (4:03)
  14. Hunters & Collectors (edit) (3:25)
  15. Vernal Equinox (edit) (3:10)
  16. I Want More (3:29)
  17. And More (3:17)
  18. Silent Night (3:07)
  19. Cascade Waltz (3:36)
  20. Don't Say No (edit) (3:18)
  21. Return (3:05)
  22. Can Can (3:08)
  23. Hoolah Hoolah (edit) (3:27)
Review: Krautrock legends, visionary iconoclasts and one of the most influential bands of the last half century they may be, but not many folk would have had Can pegged as a singles band, given that their origins in the kaftan-clad realm of the late-'60s and early-'70s tended more to full-length explorations in which the full force of their expression could be unleashed. This triple vinyl compilation not only rubbishes this preconception but offers a glimpse into the full spectrum of sound, from the sky-kissing serenades of 'Future Days' to the dancefloor-filling swagger of 'I Want More' and even the unlikely Christmas carol 'Silent Night'. A life-affirming compilation from a gang of longhairs like no other.
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I'm In Your Mind Fuzz
I'm In Your Mind Fuzz (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 109. Rel: 25 Nov 14
  1. I'm In Your Mind
  2. I'm Not In Your Mind
  3. Cellophane
  4. I'm In Your Mind Fuzz
  5. Empty
  6. Hot Water
  7. Am I In Heaven?
  8. Slow Jam 1
  9. Satan Speeds Up
  10. Her & I (Slow Jam 2)
Review: These seven eccentric Australian freakniks have hammered out a remarkable amount of material since their debut in 2012 yet this, their fourth album to date, sees them catapulting their high-energy racket further out into the ether yet bringing a sharper focus to their songwriting. Equal parts filthy garage rock 'n' roll, head-spinning psych and dizzy flower-pop, I'm In Your Mind Fuzz crams a remarkable amount of moods and textures into 42 breathless minutes, and this band still manages to blow minds even when they take their foot off the accelerator, as on the Zombies-esque ballad "Her And I". Riotous, inventive and brimming over with charisma, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, ludicrous name notwithstanding, are quite the trip.
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Paper Mache Dream Balloon
  1. Sense (3:30)
  2. Bone (2:16)
  3. Dirt (2:54)
  4. Paper Mache Dream Balloon (2:36)
  5. Trapdoor (2:39)
  6. Cold Cadaver (2:44)
  7. The Bitter Boogie (4:29)
  8. NGRI (Bloodstain) (2:26)
  9. Time=Fate (2:27)
  10. Time=$$$ (2:04)
  11. Most Of What I Like (3:17)
  12. Paper Mache (2:28)
Review: It can be tricky for even the most hardy psych-veteran to keep up with the recorded antics of this Melbourne-based sextet, who've hammered out a remarkable nine releases in their five years on the planet. Yet moreover, they've moved both onwards from the garage-rock onslaught of their last couple of outings and backwards into a sun-kissed psych-pop sound that's as melodiously cheerful as it is relaxed and confident. Displaying a lightness of touch that's perhaps surprising from a band generally so intent on bloody-minded overload, this latest chapter in the King Gizzard story is the most enthralling yet.
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Nonagon Infinity
Nonagon Infinity (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 127. Rel: 29 Apr 16
  1. Robot Stop (5:31)
  2. Big Fig Wasp (4:54)
  3. Gamma Knife (4:27)
  4. People-Vultures (5:29)
  5. Mr. Beat (5:19)
  6. Evil Death Roll (7:14)
  7. Invisible Face (3:04)
  8. Wah Wah (2:54)
  9. Road Train (4:38)
Review: It may only seem five minutes since the last King Gizzard album, but what's even more surprising than their prolific output is their quality control - 'Nonagon Infinity' is possessed of the freewheeling intensity, garage-style chutzpah and spirited charm that this outfit have displayed on the seven albums previous to this. Moreover, there's a particular game plan for the band - styled as a 'never-ending album', 'Nonagon Infinity' is structured like a 40-minute loop, which ends exactly where it began. On the evidence of this effervescent effort, one can think of worse vortexes in which to reside.
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Sketches Of Brunswick East
  1. Sketches Of Brunswick East I (1:23)
  2. Countdown (3:22)
  3. D-Day (1:39)
  4. Tezetta (3:30)
  5. Cranes, Planes, Migraines (1:15)
  6. The Spider & Me (3:20)
  7. Sketches Of Brunswick East II (3:21)
  8. Dusk To Dawn On Lygon Street (3:04)
  9. The Book (5:01)
  10. A Journey To (S)hell (2:16)
  11. Rolling Stoned (3:16)
  12. You Can Be Your Silhouette (3:49)
  13. Sketches Of Brunswick East III (2:07)
Review: On their third studio album in half a year, hyper-prolific Aussies King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have chosen to team up with Mild High Club, the slacker psychedelia project of Alexander Brettin. The collaboration strikes a happy medium between King Gizzard's overbearing frenetic sound and Mild High Club's laidback stoner attitude. Sketches Of Brunswick East has all the King Gizzard hallmarks: time signature and rhythm changes, explorations of microtonal harmonics and eastern scales, but the introduction of smoky noir jazz nostalgia as well as North African and Ethiopian flavours make for intriguing additions. It's refreshing to hear that, despite being seemingly unable to stop releasing records, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard haven't run out of good ideas just yet.
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Disco Volador
Disco Volador (limited coloured vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: HVNLP 176C. Rel: 28 Feb 20
  1. Come Down On Jupiter (5:10)
  2. Rapid (4:00)
  3. Memois Of Miso (5:25)
  4. Bobbi's Second World (3:23)
  5. Whilst The Flowers Look (5:48)
  6. The Square Eyed Pack (4:05)
  7. 7th Dynamic Goo (3:51)
  8. A Material Mistake (3:24)
  9. Euro Borealis (3:39)
  10. Space Samba (Disco Volador Theme) (4:56)
Review: It's hard to believe The Orielles are still so young when you consider their position as mainstays of British alternative indie-surf-rock-pop business. Then you remember how they grabbed attention while still in school, bursting from the former mill town of Halifax, West Yorkshire, to widespread acclaim, and refused to look back since. On "Disco Volador" they show just how much versatility they've mastered along the way. "Bobbi's Second World", for example, is plucked straight from the Tom Tom Club playbook - funk fuelled, good time mayhem. "Whilst The Flowers Look" is more in line with the stuff that first won everyone over, although perhaps more complex. "A Material Mistake" ushers in siren-like moodiness, underlaid with guitar licks and warm strings to combat the icier sections. Those who think pop music needs more ideas might want to take note.
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Disco Volador
Cat: HVNLP 176CD. Rel: 28 Feb 20
  1. Come Down On Jupiter
  2. Rapid I
  3. Memoirs Of Miso
  4. Bobbi's Second World
  5. Whilst The Flowers Look
  6. The Square Eyed Pack
  7. 7th Dynamic Goo
  8. A Material Mistake
  9. Euro Borealis
  10. Space Samba (Disco Volador Theme)
Review: It's hard to believe The Orielles are still so young when you consider their position as mainstays of British alternative indie-surf-rock-pop business. Then you remember how they grabbed attention while still in school, bursting from the former mill town of Halifax, West Yorkshire, to widespread acclaim, and refused to look back since. On "Disco Volador" they show just how much versatility they've mastered along the way. "Bobbi's Second World", for example, is plucked straight from the Tom Tom Club playbook - funk fuelled, good time mayhem. "Whilst The Flowers Look" is more in line with the stuff that first won everyone over, although perhaps more complex. "A Material Mistake" ushers in siren-like moodiness, underlaid with guitar licks and warm strings to combat the icier sections. Those who think pop music needs more ideas might want to take note.
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 in stock $9.21
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Texas Sun
Texas Sun (CD single)
Cat: DOC 214CD. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Texas Sun
  2. Midnight
  3. C-Side
  4. Conversion
Review: If you've caught either Khruangbin or Leon Bridges live before, or indeed listened to anything by either band or producer-singer-songwriter, you'll know where this 20-minute EP is heading. The sleeve art, which gives more than a nod to the 1960s hippy movement, also offers a major clue.

Tripped out, smoked out, lackadaisical, bliss-infused overtures, honied and syrupy, easing you in so far that you don't quite realise how hard it is to crawl back out of the sugar-coated opiate haze. A collection of heady, hallucinogenic work for 21st Century high plains drifters, it's jazzy, psychy, lush soulful fare you'll be wanting to hear again and again, capturing the heat and slow pace of America's southern states with heartfelt songwriting from genuine masters. The result is something very special indeed.
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 in stock $6.16
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Astropsychosis
Cat: BELLA 840CD. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. SF
  2. Oblivion
  3. Will Not
  4. Voice
  5. Gold
  6. An Eye For An I
  7. Astropsychosis
  8. Kuopio
  9. TMRW
Review: Introducing the new psychedelic solo project of Paul Alexander, the bass player of Bella Union's mainstay signing Midlake. In a recent interview, Alexander said: "I'd always wanted Midlake to experiment more with the arrangements, or to get more into psychedelic textures," and this is obviously where he's gone to achieve such a sound. The album takes in breezes of shoegaze with psych-rock and the overall feel that comes out the other side is something closer to futuristic country & western space folk. Album highlights include "An Eye For An I" and album opener "SF" that should appeal to fans of Whitest Boy Alive, Father John Misty to Pink Floyd and '80s synth.
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 in stock $8.25
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The Soft Bulletin: Recorded Live At Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  1. Race For The Prize (7:06)
  2. A Spoonful Weighs A Ton (5:47)
  3. The Spark That Bled (6:15)
  4. The Spiderbite Song (4:23)
  5. Buggin' (7:45)
  6. What Is The Light? (4:08)
  7. The Observer (4:34)
  8. Waitin' For A Superman (4:39)
  9. Suddenly Everything Has Changed (5:12)
  10. The Gash (4:14)
  11. Feeling Yourself Disintegrate (7:41)
  12. Sleeping On The Roof (4:12)
Review: It's hard not to see this offering from hallucinogenic and highly visual psych-rockers The Flaming Lips as a "here's what you could have won" release. And that's "here's what you could have won had you been able to attend this performance of one of our most treasured albums in one of the world's most aesthetically astounding venues". FOMO abounds, Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a proper bucket list muso haunt, setting gigs halfway up a Colorado mountain. Throw in live orchestra, the Colorado Symphony, and you've got yourself a truly life-affirming evening. Even on record, there's a tangible difference between the sonics here and the original, still it's an incredibly beautiful and grand album. Perhaps most pronounced during the heart-rendering string sweep of opener "Race For The Prize" (expect shivers), tracks such as "A Spoonful Weighs A Ton" and, of course, "Waitin' For A Superman" feel as though they have finally found their home.
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 in stock $22.37
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Sing In A World That's Falling Apart
Sing In A World That's Falling Apart (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIRELP 573. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Hooker Jon (3:52)
  2. Chainsaw (3:17)
  3. Rumbler (3:22)
  4. Holding Me Holding You (2:31)
  5. Gentleman (5:14)
  6. Get It On Time (3:05)
  7. Angola Rodeo (2:44)
  8. Georgia (3:31)
  9. Odelia (2:24)
  10. Dishonest Men (3:22)
  11. Locust (2:38)
  12. Live Fast Die Slow (4:28)
Review: The Black Lips are one of those outfits that are never content to sit still, and are armed with more than the necessary talent to pull off their shifts of shape, style and focus. In the past we've seen them touch on punk and dive headfirst into psychobilly, but on 'Sing In A World That's Falling Apart' they move to pastures new - literally - by embracing country and western.

Don't expect this to be packed with slide guitars and lamentations on D.I.V.O.R.C.E., though. Instead we're talking bourbon-soaked, thigh-slapping, rowdy and raucous songs to soundtrack any self-respecting barroom brawl. There are shades of Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan at play here, and this is no cheap pastiche - all three of those greats, and more, would be proud to call this one their own.
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 in stock $18.42
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Sing In A World That's Falling Apart
Cat: FIRECD 573. Rel: 24 Jan 20
  1. Hooker Jon
  2. Chainsaw
  3. Rumbler
  4. Holding Me Holding You
  5. Gentleman
  6. Get It On Time
  7. Angola Rodeo
  8. Georgia
  9. Odelia
  10. Dishonest Men
  11. Locust
  12. Live Fast Die Slow
Review: The Black Lips are one of those outfits that are never content to sit still, and are armed with more than the necessary talent to pull off their shifts of shape, style and focus. In the past we've seen them touch on punk and dive headfirst into psychobilly, but on 'Sing In A World That's Falling Apart' they move to pastures new - literally - by embracing country and western.

Don't expect this to be packed with slide guitars and lamentations on D.I.V.O.R.C.E., though. Instead we're talking bourbon-soaked, thigh-slapping, rowdy and raucous songs to soundtrack any self-respecting barroom brawl. There are shades of Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan at play here, and this is no cheap pastiche - all three of those greats, and more, would be proud to call this one their own.
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 in stock $11.85
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Ty Segall
Ty Segall (gatefold LP)
Cat: DC 658. Rel: 27 Jan 17
  1. Break A Guitar (3:38)
  2. Freedom (2:08)
  3. Warm Hands (Freedom Returned) (10:15)
  4. Talkin' (3:41)
  5. The Only One (3:53)
  6. Thank You Mr. K (2:52)
  7. Orange Color Queen (3:03)
  8. Papers (2:59)
  9. Take Care (To Comb Your Hair) (3:20)
Review: It would seem for all the world like Ty Segall is locked in some deathless conflict with Thee Oh Sees man John Swyer to see who can be the most prolific garage rock genius of the here and now, with this self-titled effort - a record as awash with his trademark blend of jam-kicking cheer and stylish chutzpah as ever - the latest case for this cause. But with his band The Muggers taking a more prominent role here, 'Ty Segall' is not just that same old fabulous thing - sure, there are three minutes punk gems, cocky T-Rex ramalama and head-spinning psych-pop, yet one song here hits a mighty ten minutes, hinting that there may be evolutionary pathways open to this modern-day marvel even beyond his ability to rock out like no-one else on earth.
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Emotional Mugger
Cat: DC 628. Rel: 22 Jan 16
  1. Squealer (3:42)
  2. Californian Hills (3:09)
  3. Emotional Mugger/Leopard Priestess (5:20)
  4. Breakfast Eggs (2:36)
  5. Diversion (3:36)
  6. Baby Big Man (I Want A Mommy) (2:44)
  7. Mandy Cream (3:16)
  8. Candy Sam (3:15)
  9. Squealer Two (3:23)
  10. W.U.O.T.W.S. (2:47)
  11. The Magazine (3:58)
Review: Who knows what Ty Segall's channeling to be quite so prodigiously prolific, yet his rate of creativity hammers powerfully on - it only seems a few months since his T. Rex covers record 'Ty Rex', yet here is another blast of raunch and rapture seemingly time0warped in from the very early '70s. Slightly less grandstanding than his breakthrough 'Redeemer', this is a still more garage-driven, raucous and eternally teenage blast of aggression, supercharged by the pedal-driven intensity that marks his aptly-monickered side-project Fuzz yet showing all the songwriting suss by which he's made his name. Petulant yet impressively potent.
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Mirror
Mirror (limited gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FIRELP 535X. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. Mirror (9:46)
  2. Ata (5:36)
  3. Chimes (4:57)
  4. Sandpiper (4:54)
  5. Summer Fungus (4:35)
  6. Black & White (7:09)
  7. Omni (2:08)
  8. Omni Omni (4:59)
  9. Koudede (8:33)
  10. Foggy Day (8:51)
Review: While the disco treats of New Zealand group Orchestra Of Spheres having been around for almost a decade now - the released their first album in 2010 - it's only in 2018 with the release of Mirror do they draw such praise from the Guardian who have compared their style of funk to what came out of New York's post punk scene of the '80s. But there's more than that to what they do, with the band's hippy disposition taking in a frenetic array of genres like kwaito and shangaan electro ("Summer Fungus" & "Omni Omni") while more dancey pop numbers like "Chimes" and can be found alongside darker alternative indie cuts like "Ata", "Black & White" and it's 10-minute long opening title track. Orchestra Of Spheres' Mirror: take a look.
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 in stock $20.79
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The Tenant: Live At The Cinemascore Film Festival
The Tenant: Live At The Cinemascore Film Festival (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FAME 383LP. Rel: 23 Feb 18
  1. Le Locataire (intro) (2:36)
  2. Zy & Choule (5:35)
  3. Church Music (2:08)
  4. Walls Have Teeth (4:20)
  5. Labyrinthe (2:33)
  6. Mouvement Panique (1:38)
  7. Free Design Kung-Fu (2:28)
  8. "Do You Have Any Trouble With Your Neighbours?" (2:45)
  9. "If You Cut Off My Head, What Do I Say? Me & My Head Or Me & My Body?" (2:34)
  10. Dioz Delirium (4:13)
  11. Everything Is Always Happening (4:18)
  12. Solitaire (2:25)
  13. The Bouncing Head (2:48)
  14. Music Box (outro) (0:49)
Review: Re-imagining and reconstructing Philippe Sarde's original source material, Swedish trio Death & Vanilla have retrospectively scored Roman Polanski's cult 1976 thriller 'The Tenant'. Recorded from a live performance at the Cinemascore Film Festival, the repeated hypnotic phrases, poised vibraphone and organ parts and dissonant soundscapes perfectly match the film's themes of paranoia and deluded hallucination. The band's style - akin to Broadcast & Radiophonic Workshop - is cleverly deceptive in sounding simultaneously new and old. It pulls from modernity by dipping into electronica and mesmeric trip-hop style phrases, while the group's instrumentation and respect for the source material makes their music sound of the film's time. Most importantly, this rendition of 'The Tenant' is one of those uncommon gems of a soundtrack whose strength of musicianship lets it stand up on its own as a piece of music just as much as it does an accompaniment to its film counterpart.
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Are You A Dreamer?
Cat: FIRECD 543. Rel: 10 May 19
  1. A Flaw In The Iris
  2. Let's Never Leave Here
  3. Mercier
  4. Eye Bath
  5. The Hum
  6. Nothing Is Real
  7. Vespertine
  8. Wallpaper Pattern
Review: Are you a dreamer? Swedish band Death & Vanilla ask across eight contemporary takes on German Krautrock, French Ye-ye pop and 60s psychedelic. Vocals are breezy, their moog synths fat, with guitars drenched in reverb and delay. At times the band's sound aligns with other kindred groups like Goldfrapp, Portishead or even Bjork (with "Vespertine") through their subtle take on downbeat, alternative '90s pop and this is heard most in "Let's Never Leave Here". "Are You A Dreamer?" delivers the Malmo trio a fifth studio LP following last year's conceptual soundtrack for stage and screen entitled "A Score For Roman Polanski's The Tenant", and this time around, our highlights include the spacey western riffs of "Eye Bath" and the ever-so dreamy "The Hum". Esoteric modern pop for sure.
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 in stock $9.46
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Multi Love
Multi Love (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 262LP. Rel: 20 May 15
  1. Mutli-Love (4:09)
  2. Like Acid Rain (2:02)
  3. Ur Life One Night (4:26)
  4. Can't Keep Checking My Phone (4:15)
  5. Extreme Wealth & Casual Cruelty (6:01)
  6. The World Is Crowded (4:17)
  7. Stage Or Screen (3:25)
  8. Necessary Evil (5:16)
  9. Puzzles (6:57)
Review: The New Zealand-born, Portland-based Ruban Nielson initially made a name for himself by marrying psych rock and lo-fi styles in a messy, Beefheartian manner, with jam-band wig-outs vying for attention with expressive songcraft. On 'Multi Love', however, he's both reined in the excesses of yore and sharpened up his songwriting, and the result is a veritable tour de force. Pop-tinged melody and emotional candour make for impressive bedfellows on these nine expansive and inventive ditties, which take as much inspiration from Prince or Janelle Monae as they do The Grateful Dead or Zappa. 'Multi Love' marks the place where Nielson genuinely makes his presence felt as a modern-day psychedelic visionary.
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 in stock $14.48
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Multi Love
Multi Love (limited pink vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 262DLX. Rel: 18 Jun 15
  1. Mutli-Love (4:09)
  2. Like Acid Rain (2:02)
  3. Ur Life One Night (4:26)
  4. Can't Keep Checking My Phone (4:18)
  5. Extreme Wealth & Casual Cruelty (6:03)
  6. The World Is Crowded (4:19)
  7. Stage Or Screen (3:25)
  8. Necessary Evil (5:19)
  9. Puzzles (6:58)
Review: The New Zealand-born, Portland-based Ruban Nielson initially made a name for himself by marrying psych rock and lo-fi styles in a messy, Beefheartian manner, with jam-band wig-outs vying for attention with expressive songcraft. On 'Multi Love', however, he's both reined in the excesses of yore and sharpened up his songwriting, and the result is a veritable tour de force. Pop-tinged melody and emotional candour make for impressive bedfellows on these nine expansive and inventive ditties, which take as much inspiration from Prince or Janelle Monae as they do The Grateful Dead or Zappa. 'Multi Love' marks the place where Nielson genuinely makes his presence felt as a modern-day psychedelic visionary.
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Played by: Tunnel Signs
 in stock $16.84
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Destroyer
Destroyer (CD)
Cat: JAG 340CD. Rel: 24 May 19
  1. Future Shade
  2. Horns Arising
  3. Closer To The Edge
  4. High Rise
  5. Pretty Little Lazies
  6. Boogie Lover
  7. Licensed To Drive
  8. FD'72
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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 in stock $8.25
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Destroyer
Destroyer (limited white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAG 340LPC1. Rel: 24 May 19
  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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 in stock $18.42
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Infest The Rats' Nest
Infest The Rats' Nest (gatefold split coloured vinyl LP + poster)
Cat: ATO 0506. Rel: 09 Aug 19
  1. Planet B (3:53)
  2. Mars For The Rich (4:12)
  3. Organ Farmer (2:44)
  4. Superbug (6:41)
  5. Venusian 1 (3:22)
  6. Perihelion (3:12)
  7. Venusian 2 (3:30)
  8. Self-Immolate (3:43)
  9. Hell (3:39)
Review: It's not that fans of King Gizzard never expected this from the band's 15th long form outing, but rather anyone who stumbled upon the alliterated outfit on their last offering - "Fishing For Fishes" - is likely to be dumbstruck. Forget the life-affirming blues hues of that record. "Infest The Rats' Nest" sees the band at their heaviest - they are barely audible here beneath the din and cacophony of thrash metal. Exploring Earth's fate in the age of environmental degradation and pollution through "Superbug"'s slow chug and low, bellowed chorus, the driving riffs of "Mars For The Rich", the intensity of "Perihelion" and the screeching chords of "Venusian 2", the album's 9 tracks are as legit as anything this sub-genre has thrown at us since inception in the 1980s. More astute fans will have heard nuances of this on 2017's LP, "Murder of the Universe" and various manic musical explosions in Gizzard's back catalogue. "Infest The Rats' Nest" is a constant barrage of unrelenting energy from start to finish, and quite possibly their strongest album yet.
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 in stock $27.11
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Occult Architecture Vol 2
Occult Architecture Vol 2 (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 169LP. Rel: 05 May 17
  1. New Dawn (5:56)
  2. Mirror's Edge (6:57)
  3. Sevens (6:48)
  4. Lost In Light (8:31)
  5. Crystal World (9:57)
Review: A duo who've put considerable work into exploring the universes that can be located within two chords, Moon Duo may not be a band that anyone is expecting surprises or musical evolution from, rather a journey into their comforting mind-meld of Spacemen 3 drone and krautrock texture. 'Occult Architecture Vol. 2' bucks this trend in style, swapping the imposing darkness of its predecessor for open spaces and beatific soundscapes. The Balearic Neil Young lilt of 'Mirror's Edge' and alien glam stomp of 'The Crystal World', indeed, draw a map towards worlds and visions even admirers of this band didn't realise they were capable of.
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 in stock $21.32
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Hyper Super Mega
Hyper Super Mega (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 212LP. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. Hyper Super Mega (3:54)
  2. Waterfalls (4:15)
  3. Forever End (3:54)
  4. Ikebana Telephone Line (4:22)
  5. Lucifer's Coat (2:11)
  6. I'll Only Say This (4:52)
  7. Easy (4:09)
  8. Chevalier Soda (2:54)
  9. Hotel Cache (4:28)
  10. Western Shade (2:33)
  11. Mercury Lake (3:45)
Review: If there's a duo who know how to come up with a name, it's Holydrug Couple, and Hyper Super Mega couldn't sound any better. There's a lot of oohing and cooing on this LP, however it's the group's timid and sweet touches that hit home most. There's a friendliness to the music, with "Forever End" the album's undeniable hit number, with echoes of Elton John piano rock (you'll hear it) there to be heard in "Ikebana Telephone Line" too. Further in you'll find the more dreamy, shoegaze-y and 90's pop colours of "I'll Only Say This" and "Easy", to the change in mood that is the urban, danse noir effort "Lucifer's Coat". Take in some more lo-fi synth of "Western Shade" and there's no playing down this album is what Holydrug Couple say it is.
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 in stock $21.05
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Hyper Super Mega
Hyper Super Mega (limited red vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 212LPC1. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. Hyper Super Mega (3:56)
  2. Waterfalls (4:16)
  3. Forever End (3:54)
  4. Ikebana Telephone Line (4:22)
  5. Lucifer's Coat (2:07)
  6. I'll Only Say This (4:55)
  7. Easy (4:13)
  8. Chevalier Soda (2:53)
  9. Hotel Cache (4:32)
  10. Western Shade (2:32)
  11. Mercury Lake (3:49)
Review: If there's a duo who know how to come up with a name, it's Holydrug Couple, and Hyper Super Mega couldn't sound any better. There's a lot of oohing and cooing on this LP, however it's the group's timid and sweet touches that hit home most. There's a friendliness to the music, with "Forever End" the album's undeniable hit number, with echoes of Elton John piano rock (you'll hear it) there to be heard in "Ikebana Telephone Line" too. Further in you'll find the more dreamy, shoegaze-y and 90's pop colours of "I'll Only Say This" and "Easy", to the change in mood that is the urban, danse noir effort "Lucifer's Coat". Take in some more lo-fi synth of "Western Shade" and there's no playing down this album is what Holydrug Couple say it is.
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 in stock $17.16
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