released 25 NOVEMBER 2014
>Brian Adams – Reckless [Reissue/1984] CD/2xCD/2xCD+DVD+Blu-ray Audio (A&M)
Brian Adams' 1984 smash (with the hits "Run To You," "Summer Of '69," "Kids Wanna Rock," etc.) has been digitally remastered and expanded with seven bonus tracks. Available in Regular, Deluxe, and Super Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds a bonus 12 track live CD. Super Deluxe version features the live disc plus
Reckless: The Movie on DVD and a copy of the album on hi-res Blu-ray audio.
>Angrepp
– Libido CD (Unexploded)
Sophomore album from the Swedish metal band -- eight new songs with black metal with thrash and punk influences.

>Attila
– Guilty Pleasure CD (Razor & Tie)
"It's been far too long since a heavy metal band could get the party started the way Attila can. Drinks will be pounded down, blunts will be blown, panties will be thrown, and everyone will have the time of their lives once they hear the Atlanta quintet's sixth full-length album."

>Iggy Azalea
– Reclassified CD (Def Jam)
Updated reissue of the Australian rapper's debut album
New Classic expanded with five bonus tracks. Guests include Rita Ora, Charli XCX, Ellie Goulding and Jennifer Hudson
>Baring Teeth
– Ghost Chorus Among Old Ruins CD (Willowtip)
Immersive, hypnotic, and haunting,
Ghost Chorus Among Old Ruins melds seemingly opposing characteristics -- streamlined songwriting and dizzying technicality, ambience and brute force, density and angularity, order and chaos -- into a fully realized, cohesive listening experience.
>Beyoncé
– Beyoncé [Platinum Edition] 2xCD+2xDVD (Sony)
Expanded four-disc edition of the R&B/soul superstar's 2013 album includes the original 14 track album and 17 track DVD plus a bonus CD containing six additional tracks -- including new songs, ''7/11'' and ''Ring Off'' plus four new and unreleased remixes with some superstar collaborators -- and a live performance DVD that chronicles the year-long ''Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.'' Also includes a mini version of the official 2015 Beyoncé calendar, and more.

>Maurizio Bianchi
– Untitled 1980 CD (Important)
CD reissue of cassette-only
Untitled 1980 by Italian pioneer of noise and industrial music, paired with a 2013 re-working of the original material into four entirely new compositions.
>Bjork
– Biophilia Live 2xCD+DVD/2xCD+Blu-ray (One Little Indian)
Biophilia Live is a concert film by Nick Fenton and Peter Strickland that captures the human element of Bjork's multi-disciplinary multimedia project: Biophilia. Recorded live at Bjork's show at London's Alexandra Palace in 2013, the film features Bjork and her band performing every song on Biophilia and more using a broad variety of instruments some digital, some traditional and some completely unclassifiable. The film premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival and has appeared at Festivals around the Globe since.
>The Brand New Heavies
– Sweet Freaks CD (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
Tenth album from the London-based acid jazz innovators and expert purveyors of funky grooves and incredibly soulful harmonies.

>Buffalo Killers
– Fireball Of Sulk CD/LP (Sun Pedal Recordings)
"Cincinnati's favorite bearded, bohemian brethren, Buffalo Killers are back and are producing cool rocking music at a speed that would make Bob Pollard blush. Their newest release from Sun Pedal Recordings is called
Fireball Of Sulk and is a 6-track bookend-like follow-up to their album Heavy Reverie which just came out this past Spring. Heavy Reverie marked a huge turning point for the band in many ways: not only was it their first time working with Sun Pedal, but the band chose this moment to expand their sound by adding slide-style maestro Sven Kahns on both guitar and lap-steel." – WVXU
>Michael Chapman
– The Polar Bear CD/LP (Blast First Petite)
Third album in series of improvisational music -- includes a duo performance with Thurston Moore, experiments with cello accompaniment, and Chapman's atmospheric slide guitar work.

>Child Bite
– Strange Waste CDEP/12" (Housecore)
"
Strange Waste fuses all walks of extreme from metal, noise, and hardcore without falling squarely into any of one those genres." – Philanselmo.com
>Circa Survive
– Descensus CD/LP (Sumerian)
Fifth album from the prog rock band.

>Nels Cline & Julian Lage
– Room CD (Mack Avenue)
"
Room reminds me a little bit of the old Chet Atkins and Les Paul duets; it has some frantic energy in it. But I like the way they set up like a phrase or an idea ... and then they'll go exploring off of that, sometimes in free improvisation, which Lage has not done at all. His recorded career has been very much driven by the standards and, sort of, the classic jazz songbook. You can feel that he's stretching maybe a little bit to fit into Nels' world. And Nels is probably moving a little bit toward him. It's definitely brokering a middle place between where each of them are comfortable. And here they're playing off each other and going in places I didn't expect. I like how you really hear the attacks, too. You're getting that sense of them being right next to each other, bouncing ideas." -- NPR
>Cloudkicker
– Live With Intronaut CD (Century Media)
During an off-date of Cloudkicker's inaugural tour, in which Intronaut served as his backing band, the skilled musicians headed to Fathom Tree studio in Texas for a live-to-tape recording of their set. Vinyl version due December 16.

>Coldplay
– Ghost Stories Live 2014 CD+DVD (Atlantic/Parlophone)
Ghost Stories Live 2014 is a new concert film and live album from Coldplay. Filmed by Grammy-nominated director Paul Dugdale, the film documents the band's unique performance of the Ghost Stories album to a small handful of fans in March 2014, two months prior to the album's release. Shot in a custom-built amphitheater at Sony Studios, Los Angeles, the advanced production sets the band's performance against stunning 360-degree and overhead imagery. The package is completed by eight music videos from the Ghost Stories era, including two never-before-seen films for B-sides "All Your Friends" and "Ghost Story" plus the exclusive Extended Director's Cut of the "Magic" video (with a brand new cameo from Peter Fonda).
>Copeland
– Ixora CD (Tooth & Nail)
It's been almost six years since Copeland has released new music. Though each member has been pursuing new ventures, inside and outside of the music industry both collectively as well as individually, Aaron Marsh, Bryan Laurenson, Stephen Laurenson, and Jonathan Bucklew have reunited to record and self-release their fitth full-length album,
Ixora. The record was recorded and produced by Aaron Marsh at his studio in Lakeland, FL, The Vanguard Room.
>Cripper
– Hyena CD (Metal Blade)
A mix of old-school and modern thrash metal.

>Cursive
– The Ugly Organ [Reissue/2003] CD/2xLP+MP3 (Saddle Creek)
Cursive's classic 2003 album fully remastered along with eight bonus tracks from the era, including four tracks from the
8 Teeth To Eat You EP, never before on vinyl. Also includes new album cover, an extensive booklet containing photos from band's archive, original artwork drafts, handwritten lyrics, and new liner notes written by Kyle Ryan of The A.V. Club.
>Deadmau5
– 5 Years Of Mau5 2cCD (Ultra)
Double-CD retrospective from the electronic music producer. The first disc features highlights from his back catalog while the second disc features remixes from the likes of Dillon Francis, Eric Prydz, Madeon, Michael Woods and more.

>Desecravity
– Orphic Signs CD (Willowtip)
Japan's most extreme band returns with their new second full length
Orphic Signs. With their previous full length the band received many accolades in the metal community including being mentioned in year-end best-of lists and even being raved about in the press by metal legend Eric Rutan.
>Divine Ascension
– Liberator CD (Vicisolom Productions)
Sophomore album from the Australian progressive metal band.

>D.O.A.
– Positively D.O.A. [33rd Anniversary Reissue] CD (Sudden Death)
Reissue of this 1981 EP, released to coincide with the 33rd (?) anniversary of its first pressing. Originally released on Alternative Tentacles in time for D.O.A.'s first road trip to the United Kingdom, the five-track
Positively D.O.A. was named ''Single of the Week'' in the British press in October of that year. With five classic anthems packed into its grooves, the EP helped pave the way for Canada's legendary punks to shake up the world musically and culturally. This is the first time this early DOA gem has been reissued since 1984. Vinyl version due January 20.
>Elbow
– World Café Live CDEP (Concord)
Special five-song EP recorded at WXPN's NON-COMMvention at World Café Live in Philadelphia, May 2014. Vinyl version due December 9.

>Danny Elfman
– So Lo [Reissue/1984] CD (Varese Sarabande)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the 1984 solo album from the Oingo Boingo leader (and later film composer).
So-Lo was performed by members of Oingo Boingo, but deliberately not released under the Oingo Boingo name in order to circumvent a dispute with the band's record label. Elfman stated that he used the opportunity to release material that would not be suitable for an actual Oingo Boingo album, moving away from the band's ska origins and more towards mainstream synthpop.
>Brian Eno/Jon Hassell
– Fourth World Vol. 1: Possible Musics [Reissue/1980] CD/LP+CD (Glitterbeat)
Fourth World Vol. 1: Possible Musics was not only a defining moment in the development of what Eno coined as "ambient music" but it also facilitated the introduction of Hassell's "future primitive" trumpet stylings and visionary "Fourth World" musical theories to the broader public.
>Espectrostatic
– Escape From Witchtropolis CD/LP (Trouble In Mind)
Austin, TX resident Alex Cuervo (Blacktop, Hex Dispensers) turned a few heads last year with his new project Espectrostatic; his synth-based electronic project in favor of spooky electronic pulses and synth drones a la John Carpenter and Tangeringe Dream.
Escape From Witchtropolis ups the anté with more sophisticated and subtle arrangements, letting the songs unfold organically, still inferring the presence of a soundtrack to an as-yet-unmade horror flick. (Vinyl on either mixed color or black wax.)
>Faith Evans
– Incomparable CD (BMG Rights Management)
New album from Faith Evans, the multiple platinum selling and Grammy award winning recording artist (seven-time nominee); New York Times best-selling author; television producer, and entrepreneur is currently celebrating a 20-year career in the music industry.

>Faust
– j US t Us CD/LP+CD (Bureau B)
j US t—pronounced "Just Us"—is the new album from legendary Hamburg band Faust. Founder members Jean-Hervé Peron and Zappi Diermaier have laid down twelve musical foundations, inviting the whole world to use them as a base on which to build their own music. The tracks presented by Peron and Diermaier are clearly, intrinsically typical of Faust in their own right, yet offer enough space for completely different works to develop. Which is exactly what they hope will happen.
>Flake Music
– When You Land Here, Its Time To Return [Reissue/1997] CD/LP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
Before James Mercer started the Shins, he was in a band called Flake Music. They formed in 1992 and released their only album,
When You Land Here, It's Time to Return, in 1997. Upon the album's release, Flake Music began touring largely due to support from Modest Mouse, amongst others.
>The Flight Of Sleipnir
– V CD (Napalm)
Odin's eight-legged horse slides again by land, water and air of the Nordic underworld. On its back it carries a very precious cargo: the fifth album by the American band Flight Of Sleipnir, shortly and concisely titled
V., with its atmospheric mix of stoner rock, doom and folk metal.
>Forever Pavot
– Rhapsode CD/LP (Born Bad)
Debut album from French pop songwriter Emile Sornin, inspired by '60s film music, psych, library music, and prog.

>Eric Fuentes
– Barcelona 3xCD (Bmusic)
New album from the Spanish singer/songwriter, owner of Hang The DJ! Records, and former member of The Unfinished Sympathy.

>Full Of Hell/Merzbow
– Full Of Hell/Merzbow 2xCD (Profound Lore)
Double-CD collaboration between one of the most promising grind/hardcore bands around and legendary noise/experimental godfather Masami Akita aka Merzbow. The bonus disc contains exclusive tracks. Maryland/Pennsylvania unit Full Of Hell have made massive waves within the hardcore/grind movement over the last several years via a healthy output of EPs, splits, cassettes and two full-length albums.

>Thomas Giles
– Modern Noise CD (Metal Blade)
Second solo album from the Between The Buried & Me lead vocalist/keyboardist.

>Selena Gomez
– For You CD (Hollywood)
The multi-platinum recording artist presents a collection of her greatest hits along with three previously unreleased songs, including the single "The Heart Wants What It Wants."

>David Guetta
– Listen CD (Atlantic/Parlophone)
"Considering Guetta is one of the world's highest-paid DJs, it's not altogether surprising that a lot of people are curious about his latest foray into the lucrative world of EDM. The buzz surrounding Listen is pretty loud right now, thanks in part to the insane number of people David has assembled to help out with the endeavor. According to the folks at Your EDM, David Guetta reached out to a ton of A-list musicians to assist with his latest record, and Listen is essentially a who's who of top tier mainstream talent. If Guetta wanted to ensure that his album sells a ton of copies when it hits retail shelves later this year, then he found the perfect recipe." – Inquisitr

>Hierophant
– Peste CD (Bridge Nine)
Hierophant play a great style of blackened, metallic, and sludgey style of music that incorporates elements of hardcore, punk, and crust within their sound. Vinyl version due December 23.

>Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden/Paul Motan
– Hamburg '72 CD (ECM)
The legendary Keith Jarrett Trio, playing live at NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg. The trio with Haden and Motian formed in 1966 was Jarrett s first great band, his choice of players a masterstroke. With the bassist who had learned his craft in Ornette Coleman s band, and the drummer from Bill Evans' ground-breaking trio, Jarrett was able to explore the full scope of modern jazz, from poetic balladry to hard-swinging time-playing to ferocious and fiery free music, the improvisation including episodes with Keith on soprano sax. The interaction between the three musicians is uncanny throughout, reaching a peak in an emotion-drenched performance of Charlie Haden's "Song For Che."

>JD & The Straight Shot
– Where I've Been CD (Caroline)
New release from the Americana rockers. Produced by Joe Walsh,
Where I've Been features the singles "Governor's Song," which challenges some of today's most well known political figures; "Under That Hood," a transformative single that tells the story of Trayvon Martin; and "Hard To Find," which is featured in film St. Vincent. Vinyl version due February 17.
>Jethro Tull
– WarChild [Reissue/1974] 2xCD/2xCD+2xDVD Audio (Rhino/Parlophone)
Digitally remastered 40th Anniversary Edition of the original version of the band's 1974 seventh studio album. This reissue has been newly remixed by Porcupine Tree's studio wizard Steven Wilson. Available as a double-disc and four-disc Theatre Edition box set. The expanded box set features original album and bonus tracks (three previously unreleased), remixed in 5.1 surround and stereo by Steven Wilson; 10 orchestral pieces (nine previously unreleased) written for the film s soundtrack, four of which are remixed in 5.1 surround and stereo by Steven Wilson; flat transfers of the original LP mix at 96/24, and the quadrophonic version (with two bonus tracks) in 4.0;
The Third Hoorah promo footage, and footage from a January 1974 photo session/press conference where the WarChild project was announced; an 80-page booklet featuring an extensive history of the project, a film script synopsis, track-by-track annotations by Ian Anderson, plus rare and unseen photographs.
>Jupiter Lion
– Brighter CD/2xLP (Bcore)
Jupiter Lion has most often drawn comparisons to the bygone Krautrock bands of Germany in the 1970s -- a time when the synthesizer became emblematic of thinking outside the confines of music theory and individuating German music more towards experimentation.

>Knife Party
– Abandon Ship CD (Big Beat)
Debut album from the Australian electro house duo.

>Lumen Drones
– Lumen Drones CD (ECM)
Lumen Drones is a fascinating and powerful collaboration between Hardanger fiddle master Nils Økland and Per Stainar Lie and Ørjan Haaland, respectively guitarist and drummer with the Norwegian post-rock group The Low Frequency In Stereo. Specific influences include the Doors, The Velvet Underground, Sonic Youth, Durutti Column and "the jazz of the Dave Pike set," but the Lumen Drones also rove through modal, ambient, multi-folk, minimal and noise zones.

>Maino
– King Of Brooklyn 2 CD (Stage One Music)
Platinum plus selling Brooklyn rapper MAINO brings the crown back out and returns with his second project of 2014. Guests include B.O.B., French Montana, and Busta Rhymes.

>Maninkari
- L'ocean Reve Dans Sa Loisivete CD (Three Four)
Fashioned around the theme of the ocean symbolizing the subconscious, the hidden world and a very personal concept of "loisivete" a combination of idleness and law, Maninkari continues exploring a weird and dreamlike world. As usual, the Charlot brothers resort almost exclusively to the use of acoustic instruments with oriental origins (bodhran, cymbalom, santoor, zurna). Percussion instruments especially the bodhran play melodic or textural figures, whereas stringed instruments become repetitive to a point where they embody the rhythmics.

>Michael Mantler
– The Jazz Composer's Orchestra Update CD (ECM)
In 1968, composer-trumpeter Michael Mantler recorded
The Jazz Composer's Orchestra. Released by ECM, this classic, groundbreaking album of composition and improvisation featured Mantler conducting a large jazz orchestra that included some of the era's iconic free improvisers as soloists: pianist Cecil Taylor, cornetist Don Cherry, trombonist Roswell Rudd, saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, guitarist Larry Coryell, saxophonist Gato Barbieri. With The Jazz Composer's Orchestra Update, Mantler has re-imagined his 1960s music for the 21st century, with electric guitar and amplified string quartet added to the instrumentation.
>Dave Matthews Band
– Under The Table And Dreaming [Reissue/1994] 2xCD/2xLP (Sony Legacy)
Deluxe reissue newly remastered from the original flat analog tapes featuring three bonus tracks: the original studio version of live favorite ''Granny'' and intimate acoustic versions of ''Dancing Nancies'' and ''The Song That Jane Likes.''

>Joni Mitchell
- Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, A Ballet, Waiting To Be Danced 4xCD (Elektra)
This newly remastered career-spanning box set collects 53 tracks over four discs from her early Reprise label recordings through her later Geffen Records and back, personally chosen by Joni.

>Connan Mockasin
– Forever Dolphin Love [Reissue/2010] CD/LP (Mexican Summer)
Reissue of Mockasin's debut LP, originally released in 2010. Perfect slices of light-headed psych pop, constructed around spidery hooks, pitter-patter percussion and slow, sinuous grooves.

>Moody Blues
– The Polydor Years 6xDVD+2xDVD+7" (Polydor)
An eight-disc set comprising six CDs and two DVDs featuring all of the Moody Blues' recorded output for Polydor Records between 1986-1992. Each disc includes previously unreleased and rare bonus tracks. CDs are housed in a slipcase with a 64-page hardbound book and a 7" blue vinyl single.

>The New Raemon
– La Pols CD (Bcore)
The New Raemon returns after his last album,
Darkness, At Last (Marxophone, 2012), with a four-song soundtrack to a play written and directed by Llàtzer Garcia.
>Old Man Gloom
– The Ape Of God I CD (Profound Lore)
Old Man Gloom – The Ape Of God II CD (Profound Lore)
The Ape Of God is presented as two separate albums, each with its own unique set of songs. Formed in the late '90s in the wasteland desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Aaron Turner (Isis, Mamiffer) and drummer Santos Montano, Old Man Gloom began as a simple side project and evolved into something of grandeur.
>Jaime L. Pantaleón
- La Ley Del Si CD (Bcore)
Five original songs and five cover versions that go from Chicago's ‘90s indie to traditional Latin and Mediterranean music. Sometimes romantic and other times losing himself in a waterfall of ‘70s psychedelia, Pantaleón sings of loving, forgiving, and unrequited love.

>Pitbull
– Globalization CD (Mr. 305/RCA)
New album from the international superstar featuring collaborations with Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez, Jason Derulo, Sean Paul, John Ryan, G.R.L, Bebe Rexha, Claudia Leitte, and others.

>Powerwolf
– The History Of Heresay II (2009-2012) 3xCD (Metal Blade)
This three-CD set includes
Bible Of The Beast (+ two bonus tracks), Blood Of The Saints (+ two bonus tracks) and the bonus CD Sacrilege Symphony featuring five orchestral versions.
>The Preatures
– Blue Planet Eyes CD (Harvest)
The Preatures are a five-piece rock band from Sydney, Australia. In October 2013 the band played CMJ in New York and club shows in LA and London. They were featured by the New York Times, Rolling Stone, and singled out by NME as one of the top two acts of CMJ.

>Primordial
– Where Greater Men Have Fallen CD/2xLP (Metal Blade)
Primordial's new album brings their melding of black metal and Irish folk music full circle.

>Prince Rupert's Drops
– Climbing Light CD (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
Prince Rupert's Drops reflect, refract and reemerge in the form of
Climbing Light, their dark and brilliant second full-length album -- 42 minutes featuring eight songs of frighteningly unforgettable form. It's a monumental, multi-hued musical death-trip that they have delivered. Generous moments of beauty, earth-worn balladry, bombastic beats, sing along choruses, it's all here. (Available on CD and on "oxblood" color vinyl.)
>Prodigy X Boogz Boogetz
– Young Rollin' Stonerz CD (Infamous)
Albert Johnson aka Prodigy, has been a staple in the rap industry since his debut in 1993 as an integral part of Mobb Deep. Prodigy's verbal ability took center stage early in the original cult classic
The Infamous.
>Public Enemy
– It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back [Reissue/1988] 2xCD+DVD (Def Jam)
Public Enemy – Fear Of A Black Planet [Reissue/1990] 2xCD/LP (Def Jam)
Digitally remastered and expanded Deluxe editions now available. The second disc of
It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back includes 13 rare bonus mixes, among them the original "No Nois" version of "Bring The Noise," instrumental versions of "Rebel Without A Pause," "Night Of The Living Baseheads," and "Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos," as well as the soundtrack version of "Fight The Power" from Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing. The third disc is a DVD of the 1989 VHS release Fight The Power... Live, directed by Hart Perry and long unavailable for sale. The second disc of Fear Of A Black Planet includes 18 rare bonus mixes, among them, the almost 10 minute-long "Enemy Assault Vehicle Mixx (Medley)," three separate remixes of "Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man!," an uncensored and extended version of "Anti-Ni***r Machine," instrumental takes on "911 Is a Joke," Power To The People," "Revolutionary Generation" and "War At 33 1/3," in addition to three separate mixes of "Fight The Power," including the "Flavor Flav Meets Spike Lee" take, featuring Branford Marsalis on sax.
>CJ Ramone
– Last Chance To Dance CD (Fat Wreck Chords)
By 1989's
Brain Drain, the Ramones' eleventh and least compelling album, the band appeared creatively exhausted. Rather than pick up a New York City/CBGB has-been to fill the enormous shoes left by departing bassist Dee Dee Ramone, the band chose Christopher Joseph Ward, a young punk kid fresh out of the Marine Corps. Christened CJ Ramone, the band hit the road in 1989 on an extensive world tour that culminated in 1991's Loco Live album. CJ is back in 2014 with Last Chance To Dance, a new album of even stronger material and a stellar backing band of Steve Soto (Adolescents), Dan Root (Adolescents) and David Hidalgo Jr. (Social Distortion). With a sound and style true to the Ramones, CJ Ramone has again added to the legendary Ramones canon with a positively infectious punk rock record.
>Rick Ross
– Hood Billionaire CD/2xCD (Def Jam) New album from the rap superstar – available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe includes bonus tracks. Hood Billionaire is the follow-up to Rick Ross' Mastermind, which was release earlier this year. Features the single "Keep Doing That (Rich Chick)" featuring R Kelly. Vinyl version due December 9.
>Sam Scarfo X Ski Beatz
– 5 Million Stories 2 CD (Infamous)
Sam Scarfo X Ski Beatz – 5 Million Stories 1 & 2 2xCD (Infamous)
Collaborative album(s) from the New Jersey emcee and the iconic hip hop producer. Includes guest appearances by Ghostaface Killah, Prodigy of Mobb Deep, Patti Labelle, Fabolous, Smoke DZA and more.

>Scout Ripley
– Image Fiction CD (Aerial Ballet)
Violinist Claire Watkins loop-based experimental pop is fleshed out with an army of synthesizers, guitars, and percussion, taking this former bedroom project to new heights. Peppered with film, TV, and literary references throughout, the title of this EP is a reference to David Foster Wallace's landmark essay
E Unibus Pluram, wherein Image Fiction is described as a post-post-modernist reaction in ‘90s fiction to pop culture centric, reference-based literature. You'll hear lyrical points of reference running the gamut from The Seventh Seal to Arrested Development.
>Secret Pyramid
– The Silent March/Movements Of Night 2xCD (Students Of Decay)
Double-CD set containing Secret Pyramid's two albums,
The Silent March and Movements Of Night. Originally released in 2011 on cassette, The Silent March can be viewed as something of a mission statement for Amir Abbey's skyriding Secret Pyramid project. Critics have compared his sound to the more blasted entries in the Popul Vuh catalog and to Flying Saucer Attack's cherished fuzz devotionals. 2013's Movements Of Night finds Abbey further develop and refine the haunting, faraway sound world that earned the aforementioned release well-due praise. Deftly navigating the properties of sleep and unconsciousness, Abbey charts a course that is equal parts harrowing and funereal, tranquil and sublime. With Movements Of Night, Abbey casts his net into the abyss of the unconscious and returns with a potent paean to the dreamworld. (The Silent March has also been reissued on vinyl.)
>Simon & Garfunkel
– The Complete Albums Collection 12xCD (Sony Legacy)
The most comprehensive Simon & Garfunkel library anthology ever assembled,
The Complete Albums Collection includes the duo's five studio masterpieces (first released between 1964 and 1970), newly remastered from first generation analog sources, and first-time remasters of The Graduate (the groundbreaking motion picture soundtrack album released in 1968) and the long out-of-print The Concert In Central Park (recorded in 1981).
>Simple Minds
– Big Music CD/CD+DVD (Caroline)
The 16th album from Scotland's legendary electronic rock pioneers Simple Minds, and their first album of new material since 2009. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Vinyl version due December 9.

>Skálmöld
- Meo Vaettum CD (Napalm)
From the Nordic coolness of Island: Skálmöld dash again with a fiery Viking metal style that defies every winter and even brings the thickest ice floes to melt.

>Sleaford Mods
– Chubbed Up+ CD (Ipecac)
Sleaford Mods are a stripped down, political, electronic punk-hop band from working class Nottingham.
Chubbed Up+ is a compilation of tracks from their discography circa 2006-2014. Vinyl version due December 9.
>Soundgarden
- Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path CD/3xCD (Geffen/UMe)
Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path is the first time an official Soundgarden release has included more than 26 years of rarities that have appeared as B-sides, album bonus tracks, EPs, soundtracks, compilations and live recordings, a must for any fan of the band. The package features three separate thematic discs in a clear plastic slipcase with three separate mini-jackets, each sporting its own unique art, a booklet and inserts, allowing fans to mix and match, personalizing their own album graphic layout. Available in Regular single-disc and Super Deluxe triple-disc editions.
>Southside Desire
– Southside Desire CD/LP (Pinata)
Southside Desire's musical range is reminiscent of mid-80's Replacements in its variety and sincerity cut with wit. RIYL: Neko Case, The Replacements, Wilco and Regina Spektor.

>Andy Stott
– Faith In Strangers CD/2xLP (Modern Love)
Stott's new album is a largely analog variant of hi-tech production styles arcing from the dissonant to the sublime.

>Submotion Orchestra
– Alium CD/2xLP (Counter)
Since forming in Leeds in 2009 Submotion Orchestra have carved out their own special place in the UK's ever-changing musical landscape. The seven-piece band's fusion of bass heavy electronica, jazz, soul and much more besides has made them a favorites of the likes of Gilles Peterson, Trevor Nelson and Jo Whiley, whilst their live show has seen them play festivals around the world and sell out venues such as London's famous KOKO.

>Tokio Hotel
– Kings Of Suburbia CD/2xCD (De-Code Ltd.)
Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe double-CD edition includes four bonus tracks plus an interview with the band.

>Various Artists
– Cold Waves Of Color CD (Color Tapes)
Collection of rare UK cold wave tracks taken from Color Tapes label cassettes released in micro editions between 1981-1985.

>Various Artists
- Native North America Vol. 1: Aboriginal Folk Rock And Country 1966-1985 2xCD/3xLP (Light In The Attic)
Native North America Vol. 1 features music from the Indigenous peoples of Canada and the northern United States, recorded in the turbulent decades between 1966 to 1985. It represents the fusion of shifting global popular culture and a reawakening of Aboriginal spirituality and expression. The majority of this material has been widely unavailable for decades, hindered by lack of distribution or industry support and by limited mass media coverage, until now. You'll hear Arctic garage rock from the Nunavik region of northern Quebec, melancholy Yup'ik folk from Alaska, and hushed country blues from the Wagmatcook First Nation reserve in Nova Scotia. You'll hear echoes of Neil Young, Velvet Underground, Leonard Cohen, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Johnny Cash, and more among the songs, but injected with Native consciousness, storytelling, poetry, history, and ceremony.
>Various Artists
– One-Derful! Collection: One-Derful! Records CD/2xLP (Secret Stash)
The first installment of the
One-derful! Collection focuses on the namesake imprint of this legendary Chicago label group - to be followed by compilations of the Mar-V-Lus, M-Pac!, Halo, Midas and Toddlin Town sub-labels. It marks the first in-depth study of what was once one of Chicago's most prominent African-American run labels. 25 tracks of orchestrated soul classics from McKinley Mitchell and Betty Everett, raucous mid-‘60s R&B dancers from the Five Du-Tones which shake every bone, superb deep soul ballads from Otis Clay, and extraordinary group harmony sides from The Sharpees and The Admirations, and more.
>Various Artists
– Static Waves 3 3xCD (Saint Marie)
2014 triple-disc collection of modern shoegaze, dream pop and alt/dream-rock.

>The Velvet Underground
– The Velvet Underground CD/2xCD/6xCD (Polydor)
Digitally remastered edition of this highly influential album by the iconic New York band. Available in Regular, Deluxe and Super Deluxe editions. Deluxe double-CD edition includes the 11-track "Closet Mix" of the album. The 64-track, six-CD Super Deluxe package is housed in a case-bound book and features several different mixes including the remastered stereo mix by MGM house engineer Luis Pastor 'Val' Valentin, a set of 1969 recordings, many of which were previously unreleased, from the Record Plant in New York City that were supposed to be the band's fourth album, several of which ended up on Loaded and Reed's first two solo releases, and unreleased live recordings from The Matrix in 1969.

>Wand
– Ganglion Reef CD (God? Records)
Recently released on vinyl and cassette - now available on CD. Put Ty Segall's newest fascination - right into the tape deck of the heart of your brain. It's fitting that Los Angeles-based four-piece Wand is signed to Segall's Drag City imprint God? Records. Both artists make music that hearkens back to the '60s and '70s, which beam with psych-tinged guitar riffs. But whereas Segall shreds with abrasive and reckless energy, Wand charms with infectious hooks and sugary psychedelia.

>Robin Williamson
– Trusting In The Rising Light CD (ECM)
Eight years on from the widely-acclaimed
Iron Stone recording, Scottish singer/songwriter, harpist and guitarist Robin Williamson returns with a new album of self-penned pieces thoughtful and touching meditations on love, destiny, the natural world, roads traveled, and the daily pleasures of being alive today. The album finds Williamson in fine voice and in best creative form on his diverse instruments, drawing inspiration also from the ingenious improvisational input of violist Mat Maneri (further developing the association initiated on Skirting The River Road) and percussionist Ches Smith (last heard on ECM with Tim Berne's Snakeoil band).
>Witchmaster
- Antichristus Ex Utero CD (Season Of Mist)
"For those not in the know, Witchmaster is a Polish black metal band with thrash/punk overtones who first appeared as long ago as 1996 with their Thrash or Die! demo. During that time they've had tracks put on various compilation albums, a couple of demos and now they're on their fifth full length album called
Antichristus Ex Utero. So, what can be expected from this album? Well, it's very decent and catchy. Earlier material is quite rough sounding and deliberately grimy; containing an interesting thrash and punk flavored slice of black metal. To my ears, their material reminds me of what I would imagine a black metal Discharge may have sounded like – and in this particular album it evokes memories of early Impaled Nazarene. Or more specifically, the Latex Cult period." – Echoes And Dust
>Within Temptation
– Let Us Burn: Elements & Hydra Live In Concert 2xCD/2xCD+DVD/2xCD+Blu-ray (Nuclear Blast)
Recorded over two dates, one at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp and the other at the Heineken Music Fall in Amsterdam,
Let Us Burn is a deluxe, 34 track live concert experience.
>Wounds
– Die Young CD (Razor & Tie)
New album from the Dublin, Ireland rock-metal group.


DVDs + Blu-ray:
>Jeff Beck
– Live In Tokyo DVD/Blu-ray (Eagle Rock)
Live In Tokyo was filmed at the Tokyo Dome City Hall in Japan on April 9th this year. These Japanese dates were the first to feature Jeff Beck's new backing band of Jonathan Joseph (drums), Nicolas Meier (guitars) and Rhonda Smith (bass), and the set-list includes some material from his new, as yet unreleased, studio album. In contrast to Beck's previous visual releases, both filmed in small clubs, Live In Tokyo was shot in a major concert arena and has a very different, more expansive feel. 118 minutes.
>Neil Diamond
– Hot August Night NYC DVD/Blu-ray (Capitol)
Recorded live at New York's Madison Square Garden in August, 2008, both the DVD and Blu-ray include the entire show from beginning to end and features 25 career-spanning hits from Neil's phenomenal four-night sold-out run at the fabled concert hall. Also includes the exclusive bonus feature "Welcome Home Neil," a behind-the-scenes look at Diamond's pilgrimage to his childhood home in Brooklyn. 149 minutes.

>Jason Isbell
– Live On Austin City Limits DVD (Southeastern Records)
On August 19, 2013, Jason Isbell and his band The 400 Unit, stepped out onto the stage in front of a live audience in Austin, TX to film his first appearance on the longest running original music series in the US,
Austin City Limits. 60 minutes.
>Bob Marley
– Uprising Live DVD (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
The Uprising Tour ran in Europe from May 30th to July 13th 1980 with five further dates in the USA in September. It was Bob Marley s last tour before his tragically early death in May 1981 at the age of just 36. The tour was in support of the
Uprising album released on June 10th 1980. A few days later on June 13th the live show from Dortmund s Westfalenhalle was filmed for the famous German music TV series Rockpalast and is presented here on DVD for the first time with footage restored to the best possible quality. 118 minutes.
>Metallica
– Some Kind Of Monster [Reissue/2004] 2xDVD/2xBlu-ray (We're Metallica)
In this documentary, Metallica is forced to examine their nature and their very existence as bassist Jason Newsted quits the band and frontman James Hetfield abruptly leaves the group to enter a rehabilitation facility due to alcohol abuse. Metallica's management Q-Prime hires ''performance-enhancing coach'' Phil Towle to help the group better understand one another as friends, bandmates, and human beings. The movie features interviews, rehearsal and concert footage of the band. It also features the audition process as the band searches for a new bassist. Well received by critics and fans,
Some Kind Of Monster won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary Feature. This edition also includes deleted scenes, footage from film festivals and official unveilings, music videos, and more. 166 minutes.
>The Postal Service
– Everything Will Change DVD+Blu-ray (Sub Pop)
Everything Will Change is a feature-length documentary concert film of The Postal Service's performance at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, CA during their 2013 reunion tour. A collaboration between Benjamin Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie) and Jimmy Tamborello (Dntel), with Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis, The Postal Service released Give Up, their only album, in 2003. That record went on to sell over a million copies and most of the band's fans never had the chance to see them perform live. 86 minutes.
>R.E.M.
– REMTV 6xDVD (Rhino)
R.E.M.'s entire story, beginning to end, is chronicled on this new six-DVD set that includes live performances, award show highlights, and television appearances, as well as a new documentary about their shared history. 731 minutes.


This Week's Vinyl Exclusives:
>Naïm Amor
– Hear The Walls LP (Fort Lowell)
Naïm Amor, French born songwriter and composer, is based in Tucson, AZ, and emphasizes a worldly finesse in his new album
Hear The Walls. Exploring a strong sense of tradition with an innovative approach, the album focuses on the landscape of guitar, string ensemble and vocals.
>Author & Punisher
– Drone Machines [2010] 2xLP (Seventh Rule)
Equally informed by industrial, noise, ambient, punk and doom... Both conceptually and execution-wise." -- Decibel Magazine

>Bingers
– Gonna Get You 7" (Tall Pat)
Two guitars, drums, whoa-oh-ohs, and oo-la-lahs.

>Sir Richard Bishop/Bill Orcutt
– Road Stories (Kali) LP (Unrock)
Split release from two of the finest American guitar wranglers out there. While Bill Orcutt, "re-inventor of the blues," falls from abstraction into acoustic hardcore serenade on his four-string guitar, the Kali-inspired Sir Richard Bishop improvises elegantly and calmly through a feverish 17-minute variation of "Zurvan."

>The Bite
– Right Down Your Alley LP (Bcore)
The Bite return with an orchestra of our best moments, the karaoke of our cavalry, the riffs that turn us into Pavlov poodles, crazy. They make us wag our tails, ask for beer, snap our fingers, leave, hug simple and beautiful things.

>Black Veil Brides
– Black Veil Brides CD (Republic)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. New album from the emo rockers.
Black Veil Brides was produced by studio legend Bob Rock, known for producing some of rock's most successful albums including ones from Metallica and Mötley Crüe.
>Glenn Branca
– The Ascension [Reissue/1981] LP (Superior Viaduct)
Vinyl LP reissue of this 1981 album from the avant-garde guitarist.
The Ascension is a colossal achievement. After touring much of 1980 with an all-star band featuring four guitarists (Branca, fellow composers Ned Sublette and David Rosenbloom, and future Sonic Youth member Lee Ranaldo) along with Jeffrey Glenn on bass and Stephan Wischerth on drums, Branca took his war-torn group into a studio in Hell's Kitchen to record five incendiary compositions.
>Clifford Brown
– Memorial Album [Reissue/1956] LP (Blue Note)
Influential jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown's
Memorial Album is reissued as part of an overall Blue Note 75th anniversary vinyl initiative spearheaded by current Blue Note Records President, Don Was.
>Carcass
– Surgical Steel/Surplus Steel CD (Nuclear Blast)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. When
Surgical Steel was released late last year, there were several alternate versions released around the world with bonus tracks. This updated version captures all of those tracks in one release.
>The Cats
– Relax On Everyone LP (Def Lep Rex)
"Steeped in the kind of splintered '90s indie rock filigree that comes with triangulation between Philly college radio/WPRB saturation, a sideline in Jersey Shore pop punk regionalism … [and] raspy female vocals in the Peppermint Patty vein," says Doug Mosurock of Still Single. "The lack of polish across all tracks here works to their advantage … as this five-piece crawls and scrapes their way through two sides of hooky, tire-kicking material, jumping carelessly between budget studio and noisy four-track."

>Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
– Nocturama [Reissue/2003] 2xLP (Mute)
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!! [Reissue/2008] 2xLP (Mute)
HQ-180gm UK import-only vinyl reissues now available. (A large batch of domestic Nick Cave vinyl reissues are due to be reissued throughout December.)

>Cherie Cherie
– Share LP (Gilgongo)
The Arizona desert heat melts the more heavy moments of Mazzy Star down into a warm bath of ‘60s psych and folk, shoegaze in a pure and accidental form. RIYL: Velvet Underground, Jesus And Mary Chain, Low.

>Ornette Coleman
– New York Is Now! [Reissue/1968] LP (Blue Note)
Originally released in 1968,
New York Is Now! by jazz saxophonist, Ornette Coleman, is reissued as part of an overall Blue Note 75th anniversary vinyl initiative spearheaded by current Blue Note Records President, Don Was.
>Joan Colomo
- La Filia I La Fobia LP (Bmusic)
Guitar, synthesizers, cries and whispers, sheer distortion, and resonant, electronic flourishes.

>The Cramps
– Smell Of Female [Reissue/1983] LP (Vengeance)
The Cramps – A Date With Elvis [Reissue/1986] LP (Vengeance)
The Cramps – RockinnReelininAucklandNewZealandXXX [Reissue/1987] LP (Vengeance)
The Cramps – Stay Sick [Reissue/1989] LP (Vengeance)
The Cramps – Look Mom No Head [Reissue/1991] LP (Vengeance)
The Cramps – Big Beat From Badsville [Reissue/1997] LP (Vengeance)
The Cramps – Fiends From Dope Island [Reissue/2003] LP (Vengeance)
Recently reissued on CD – now back in print on vinyl. The Cramps was an American punk band, formed in 1976 and disbanded 2009. Their line-up rotated much over their existence, with the husband and wife duo of lead singer Lux Interior and lead guitarist Poison Ivy as the only permanent members.

>Cuello
– Modo Eterno LP (Bcore)
Noisy power-pop from Spain.

>Death To Tyrants
– Untitled 7" (Tor Johnson)
These consummate scientists return after six years of silence.

>Diamond District
- March On Washington LP (Mello)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. In 2009, DMV-based hip-hop artists Oddisee, yU and Uptown XO came together to create
In The Ruff, their studio debut as supergroup Diamond District. Now, five years later, the collaborators pick up where they left off. Sophomore full-length March On Washington is a collection of 13 original jams, and features one additional bonus track. Aptly-named debut single "First Step" ignited listener anticipation for the set, which features no guest appearances and is produced entirely by Oddisee.
>Diarrhea Planet
– Aliens In The Outfield 12" (Infinity Cat)
Diarrhea Planet's
Aliens In The Outfield EP features a reworked version of their Adult Swim 2014 Singles Series contribution "Spooners," live favorite and crowd-surfing tribute "Heat Wave," and three new songs in anticipation of their upcoming 2015 album.
>Dream Theater
– Awake [Reissue/1994] 2xLP (Brookvale)
Dream Theater – Falling Into Infinity [Reissue/1997] 2xLP (Brookvale)
Remastered double-LP pressings in gatefold sleeves.

>Bob Dylan And The Band
– The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 3xLP (Sony Legacy)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Triple-LP set featuring 38 highlights from Dylan"s legendary 1967 sessions with The Band, compiled from meticulously restored original tapes. Includes exclusive 12x12" booklet with extensive liner notes and rare photographs.

>Steve Earle
– Train A Comin' [1995] LP (Plain)
Steve Earle – I Feel Alright [Reissue/1996] LP (Plain)
For
Train A Comin' Steve returned to basics on this all acoustic record with help from Peter Rowan, Norman Blake, Roy Huskey, and Emmylou Harris. The album finds Steve mixing some of his older material written decades before such as "Mercenary Song," with choice covers of the Beatles "I'm Looking Through You," Townes Van Zandt's "Tecumseh Valley" and The Melodians reggae classic "Rivers Of Babylon". I Feel Alright balances his country, acoustic music roots seamlessly with his rock side perfectly. This is one of the crown jewels in Steve's long and still ongoing recording career and it includes many highlights including "Feel Alright," "The Unrepentant," "CCKMP" and a great duet with Lucinda Williams on the album closing track "You're Still Standin' There." HQ-180gm.
>Electric Six
– Human Zoo LP (Metropolis)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. The concept of the
Human Zoo has existed in art and literature for centuries, thus Electric Six recognizes and accepts it is not breaking new conceptual ground by naming its tenth studio album Human Zoo. From the opening track, ''Karate Lips,'' the album takes the listener into a teenage karate tournament for girls as refereed by Def Leppard.
>JD Emmanuel
– Echoes From Ancient Caves [Reissue/1981] LP (Black Sweat)
Vinyl reissue of 1981 opus from the electronic wizard.
Echoes From Ancient Caves reflects extensively on the poetics of the cyclic and tantric sound investigated by other pioneers such as Terry Riley and La Monte Young.
>Exodus
– Blood In, Blood Out LP (Nuclear Blast)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Tenth studio album from the veteran thrash metal band

>James Fella
– Weak Left Input LP (Gilgongo)
Meandering/overlapping electronics, guitar and tape noise. Over an hour of material ranging from regurgitated drone to shimmering ambiance recorded directly to tape. Recorded and released on cassette in 2009, and as a CD in early 2014. RIYL: Total, early Growing or Emeralds, Dead C, etc.

>Robert Lester Folsom
– Ode To A Rainy Day: Archives 1972-1975 LP (Anthology Recordings)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Anthology Recordings is proud to announce the reissue of Robert Lester Folsom's extraordinary 1976 album
Music And Dreams. To commemorate this repress Anthology label head Keith Abrahamsson worked closely with Alan Lomax Archive's Executive Director Don Fleming to compile a retrospective album of Folsom's early reel-to-reel recordings entitled Ode To A Rainy Day: Archives 1972-1975. Too young to be drafted, Robert Lester Folsom spent the ‘60s growing up in Adel, Georgia, a small town nearer to Florida's northern border than anything resembling rock & roll. Convincing a friend to go in on a Sears reel-to-reel tape recorder, Folsom would write and record a wealth of material in the early ‘70s which make up the backbone of Ode To A Rainy Day: Archives 1972-1975. Ostensibly more homemade, if not entirely "outsider", Ode showcases impeccable songwriting across light folk, downer pop and woodshed country tropes. The beauty of this archival album lies in its tracking of the seasons, how each song feels like a different time of year.
>Girl Talk
– Secret Diary [2002] LP (Illegal Art)
Celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Girl Talk's first release, Illegal Art presents a limited edition picture disc version of
Secret Diary. "Secret Diary has more in common with the glitch/electro sound of Kid606 and Aphex Twin than the DJ-friendly pop styles Girl Talk exhibits today." - Pop Bunker
>Terence Hannum
– Via Negativa LP (Utech Recordings)
Via Negativa is the first solo album for Utech Records by visual artist and Locrian member, Terence Hannum. Incorporating voice and organ, Hannum creates a world where time slows and sound is reduced to the steady pulse of the universe. "Via Negativa" is Latin for "negative path." It is a means of distillation. A way of describing something by saying what it is not. You might say that ambient music is the music of subtraction subtract the melody, subtract the harmony, subtract the rhythm.
>Lee Hazlewood
- There's A Dream I've Been Saving: Lee Hazlewood Industries 1966-1971 8xLP+4xCD+DVD (Light In The Attic)
Released last year on CD – now available on vinyl. This landmark box set is the ultimate artifact for Lee Hazlewood heads new and old contains a lavishly packaged, expansive 172-page LP sized hard cover book. But every good book deserves a soundtrack and in this case it comes in the form of a four CD anthology of the LHI label, along with the never-before-released 1970 film
Cowboy In Sweden on DVD. A Deluxe Edition of the box set containing all of the above housed in a cloth-bound clamshell box (gold foil stamped and featuring a debossed silhouette of Lee) with reproductions of LHI-era artifacts including press photos and a reproduction plane ticket used by Hazlewood back in '70. But for the deluxe version the true icing on the cake is three DVD data discs which include just about every 45 single and every LP ever released on LHI - in both WAV and MP3 formats, along with cover and label art. At around 17 albums and 72 singles (totaling 305 songs!), that's a whole lot of Lee.
>Hollow Mountain
– Hollow Mountain 7" (Tall Pat)
"Started as a scrappy punk passion project, now lurching towards a decidedly heavier, vintage metal sound." -- Chicago Tribune

>Insidious Process/Contorture
- Insidious Process/Contorture [Split] 7" (Bcore)
Pissed and raw as f**k noisy crust punk.

>Iron Maiden
– Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son [Reissue/1986] LP (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son [Reissue/1988] LP (Sanctuary)
HQ-180gm vinyl reissues now available.

>Ariel Kalma
– Open Like A Flute [Reissue/1983] 2xLP (+MP3t)
Vinyl reissue of 1983 album -- Indian ragas mixed with embroidered electronic textures on which flute and sax explore the most secret archetypal elements of nature.

>Kyle Kinane
– Whiskey Icarus [2013] LP (Comedy Central)
In his first hour-long Comedy Central album, Kyle Kinane contemplates the existence of God, and the true meaning of being delivered an unsliced pizza. This album is full with all sorts of extra Kyle. So buy this limited edition vinyl of
Whiskey Icarus, because you deserve it.
>KMFDM
– Our Time Will Come LP (Metropolis)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. KMFDM has always been able to bend the lines between techno innovation, punk snarl, and metal aggression, and now dance beats and crunching guitars will carry you through the manifesto that is
Our Time Will Come.
>Krigskontrast/Skiplickers
- Krigskontrast/Skiplickers [Split] 7" (Bcore)
Pure crust/dbeat.

>Ladder Devils
– Clean Hands LP (Brutal Panda)
Philadelphia, PA noise rock quartet Ladder Devils make their long awaited return with
Clean Hands, the first proper full-length for the band. Featuring former members of hardcore heroes The Minor Times, the group previously released a series of EPs and splits with Helms Alee, Kowloon Walled City and Fight Amp, leading up to the recording of this album. With tighter songwriting and cleaner production, the band mix the punk urgency of Nirvana with the sonic experimentation of The Pixies to create a sound that is all their own. Fans of post-hardcore, noise rock, grunge and loud indie rock will surely embrace the rattling sounds of Ladder Devils. "Ladder Devils straddle the line between Unsane and hardcore-isms, but they are on their own trip."—Noisey/Vice
>Larkin Poe
– Kin LP (RH Music)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Debut album from Atlanta-based sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell.
Kin was produced by Chris Seefried (Fitz And The Tantrums, Lana Del Rey) in Los Angeles and Damien Lewis (Rihanna, Rita Ora) in Atlanta.
>Little Big Town
– Pain Killer LP (Capitol Nashville)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Sixth studio album from the Grammy-winning country group, featuring the single "Day Drinking."

>Joe Lovano
– Quartets: Live At The Village Vanguard [Reissue/1995] 2xLP (Blue Note)
Originally released in 1995, Joe Lovano's
Quartets: Live At The Village Vanguard was named ‘Jazz Album Of The Year' by readers of Downbeat Magazine.
>Madee
– Age Of Ruin 7" (Bcore)
Madee have become bullies, as well as sound literally. Clearly emo rock in the end.

>El Mahdy Jr.
– Spirit Of F**ked Up Places LP (Boomarm Nation)
El Mahdy Jr. and his family fled the brutal Civil war of his native Algeria in the ‘90s, relocating to Turkey. Upon returning years later to Algeria, Mahdy worked as a French-Arabic translator in Algeria and later in Burkina Faso. Sick in bed with malaria, he began to paint sonic pictures of his travels in exile; digitally decoding a hazy trance-induced melting of his native Algerian music, Turkish folk, the furious polyrhythms of West Africa, and his love of slow, low-slung rap beats.

>Mary Monday & The Bitches
- I Gave My Punk Jacket To Rickie 7" (HoZac)
Former stripper Mary Monday had a life shrouded in mystery, and conflicting reports in the historic documentation as to the band and Mary's origins are still baffling punkologists to this day, including her mysterious death a few years after this single's release. A classic piece of ‘70s SF punk history, as well as one of the most memorable singles of the era that sadly slipped through the cracks.

>Misantropic/Eaten Raw
- Misantropic/Eaten Raw [Split] LP (Halfabrikat)
A hardcore holocaust.

>Mitski
– Bury Me At Make Out Creek LP+MP3 (Double Double Whammy)
The classically trained vocalist and pop songwriter's new record recalls the work of Angel Olsen and Mount Eerie, combined with the power pop energy of contemporaries, Swearin
ʼ and Radiator Hospital. Praised by Stereogum for her vocal prowess and "walloping guitars" in latest single, "Townie," Mitski has already grabbed the attention of a growing audience in her hometown of Brooklyn, NY and on tour with label-mates LVL UP and Frankie Cosmos. Pressed on white vinyl.
>The Monochrome Set
– Eligible Bachelors [Reissue/1982] LP (Optic Nerve)
The third Monochrome Set album is one of the classic, undiscovered albums of the early '80s. Witty, eloquent, sophisticated pop. Expanded with two bonus tracks and pressed on color vinyl.

>Lee Morgan
– The Sidewinder [Reissue/1963] LP (Blue Note)
Recorded at Van Gelder Studio in 1963,
The Sidewinder by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan was a runaway hit that reached number 25 on the Billboard chart. The title track, now a jazz standard, is one of the most influential recordings in soul jazz. All five tracks were written by Morgan and the album features respected tenor saxophonist, Joe Henderson.
>Don Murrow
- Souffrances Et Extases Du Jeune Amour LP (Flannel Graph)
This collection, whose title translates as "The Sufferings And Ecstasies Of Young Love", is full of euphoric uppers and depressing downers that float across genres as Muro lets his young emotions flow through catchy garage rockers to smooth AM gold ballads to arena-ready prog pop anthems to the analog synthesizer compositions for which he is best known. While comparisons could be made to anyone from The Zombies to Todd Rundgren to Carole King to Pilot to Elton John to Boston, the voice and direction throughout is distinctively Don Muro, who wrote, performed and recorded every note on the record.

>Negative Scanner
– Negative Scanner 7" (Tall Pat)
Raucous but tight post-punk a bit in the vein of early Sleater-Kinney.

>The New Basement Tapes
– Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes 2xLP+MP3 (Electromagnetic Recordings/Harvest)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes is a music event 47 years in the making. It's an historic album project from five of music's finest artists -- Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens (Carolina Chocolate Drops), Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Jim James (My Morning Jacket) and Marcus Mumford (Mumford & Sons) -- in unique collaboration with a 26-year-old Bob Dylan. Produced by project creator T Bone Burnett, the album was recorded in March 2014 at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, where the artists and Burnett convened for two weeks to write and create music for a treasure trove of long-lost lyrics handwritten by Bob Dylan in 1967 during the period that generated the recording of the legendary Basement Tapes. The collective completed and recorded dozens of songs, the first 20 of which appear on this album.
>NOFX
– Punk In Drublic [Reissue/1994] LP+CD (Epitaph)
20
th Anniversary vinyl reissue of NOFX's second album. Includes full album on CD.
>Passiv Dodshjalp/Idiot Ikon
- Passiv Dodshjalp/Idiot Ikon [Split] LP (Halfabrikat)
Passiv Dodshjalp/Achilles - Passiv Dodshjalp/Achilles [Split] LP (Halfabrikat)
Crustcore vs. crust/punk.

>Ann Peebles
– Part Time Love [Reissue/1971] CD (Fat Possum)
Vinyl Reissue of the great second album by the soul singer. Peebles was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the seventh child of eleven. As a child she began singing in the choir of her father's church and with the family's group, the Peebles Choir, who regularly opened shows for gospel stars including Mahalia Jackson and the Soul Stirrers featuring Sam Cooke. She was also influenced by R&B performers, including Muddy Waters, Mary Wells and Aretha Franklin.

>Prince
– ART OFFICIAL AGE 2xLP (WB)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. While it plays like a classic Prince album, produced, arranged, composed, and performed by the Man In Purple,
ART OFFICIAL AGE is also a contemporary concoction of soul, R&B and funk.
>Prince & 3rdeyegirl
– Plectrumelectrum LP (WB)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Plectrumelectrum is a classic band record, with 3rdeyegirl – a funk band comprised of Prince, Donna Grantis (guitar), Hannah Ford Welton (drums) and Ida Nielsen (bass). Recorded live and in analog, the album is an electrifying funk-rock statement. Many of the tracks were performed live on the "Hit & Run" tours of the UK earlier this year - incendiary performances in a series of historic venues - which led The Guardian to declare ''These are performances by one of the greatest funk-rock bands ever.''
>Rancid
– Let's Go [Reissue/1994] LP+CD (Epitaph)
20
th Anniversary vinyl reissue of Rancid's fifth album. Includes full album on CD.
>The Raspberry Bulbs
– Privacy LP (Blackest Ever Black)
Songs of excoriating intensity once again form the basis of the work -- the no-frills 4-track recording capturing all the violence and nuance of del Rio's vocals, of the dual guitar rapport, and the machine-gun rhythm section -- but this time they're interspersed w/ eerie electronic miniatures, instrumental pieces that suggest unseen worlds, malign enemies, forces beyond out comprehension and control.

>Rolling Stones
– From The Vault: Hampton Coliseum (Live In 1981) 3xLP+DVD (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. The Rolling Stones American Tour in 1981 was the most successful tour of that year taking a then record $50 million dollars in ticket sales. The tour was in support of the critically and commercially successful
Tattoo You album. There were fifty dates on the tour which ran from Philadelphia at the end of September through to Hampton, Virginia on the 18th and 19th of December. The show on December 18th, which was also Keith Richards birthday, was the first ever music concert to be broadcast on television as a pay-per-view event. The footage has now been carefully restored with remixed/remastered audio by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show.
>Secret Pyramid
– The Silent March [2011] LP (Students Of Decay)
Originally released in 2011 on cassette,
The Silent March is the precursor to 2013's Movements Of Night and can be viewed as something of a mission statement for Amir Abbey's skyriding Secret Pyramid project. Critics have compared the Secret Pyramid sound to the more blasted entries in the Popul Vuh catalog and to Flying Saucer Attack's cherished fuzz devotionals, and indeed Abbey's reverb-drenched song forms and titanic edifices of drone do feel at times as though they've been cut from the same cloth.
>Sin 34
– Do You Feel Safe? [Reissue/1983] LP (Sinister Torch)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Formed in the wake of the first wave of L.A. punk, Sin 34 epitomized the Southern California hardcore scene at the time. Fast, defiant thrash; one part suburban teenage rebellion, one part crass satire, all held together by a thread of reckless adventuring.

>Sloath
– Deep Mountain LP (Riot Season)
Behind the filthy power chords (redolent at times of Harvey Milk or Melvins), the overblown scut of Les Rallizes Denudes or Mainliner, and the state-altering sonics a la Bardo Pond, a mud-scuffed classic rock sensibility informs the songs and their structures.

>Son Of A Gun
– No Bread 7" (Tall Pat)
Garage punk from Chicago.

>Stale Phish
– Rock ‘n' Roll Revert 7" (Tall Pat)
Brings to mind the classic skate punk energy and fun of bands like JFA, Drunk Injuns, and The Faction.

>Sungod
– Sungod LP (Holodeck)
Five expansive tracks that condense decades into seconds and centuries into minutes. Michael Sharp and Braden Balentine, who record out of their home studio with a rotating cast of like-minded musicians from Austin, incorporate an ever-broadening inventory of influences; methodical arrangements and layers of meditative repetition hearken back to '70s krautrock, while polyrhythmic drums and arpeggiated synthesizers propel the procession forward in harmony with acoustically-oriented pieces.

>Sun Ra And His Astro-Infinity Arkestra
– Sign Of The Myth LP+MP3 (Roaratorio)
One of the early ‘70s lost Impulse recordings available for the first time. Recorded during the
Pathways To Unknown Worlds sessions (Impulse 1972), it shares that album's emphasis on guided improvisation. With constantly shifting palette of Moog textures, Sun Ra tosses off a dazzling array of ideas, supported by the usual Arkestra stalwarts; in particular bassist Ronnie Boykins and drummer Clifford Jarvis shine, giving shape and solidity to the pieces.
>Tallesen
– Stills Lit Through LP (Software)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. A hallucinatory experience rife with echoes of Autechre's corporal maneuver.

>Telegrama
– Chica Del Metro 7" (Bcore)
A great hymn of Barcelona's urban pop.

>Tenacious D
– Pick Of Destiny [Reissue/2006] LP+MP3 (Epic)
Limited HQ-180gm vinyl LP pressing includes digital download and one previously unreleased song.

>Torn Hawk
– Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time LP (Mexican Summer)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. It's difficult to neatly categorize Luke Wyatt's genre-refracting productions. The nuts and bolts are built from live guitar, drum machines, junky synths, and layers of samples which are smeared into a cohesive whole. His guitar moves between the meditations of Manuel Gottsching, the jangle-grid of The Chameleons, and the saturation of Medicine. Throw in the melodrama of a sax on a Don Henley hit, and you get a better idea of his playfully sincere sensibility.

>Otto A. Totland
– Pino LP (Sonic Pieces)
Released earlier this year on CD – now available on vinyl. The recognizable continuation of Totland's compositions will attract fans of Deaf Center, and the cinematic and classical components of his solo work will hold sway for those familiar with Harold Budd or Dustin O'Halloran.

>Various Artists
– A Distant Invitation: Street & Ceremonial Recordings LP (Sublime Frequencies)
A hallucinogenic splatter-drift audio meltdown through the streets and back alleys of Southeast Asia. Field recordings, radio segments, street musicians and gorgeous ambience.

>Various Artists
- The Travelling Archive: Folk Music From Bengal (Field Recordings From Bangladesh, India And The Bengali Diaspora) LP (Sublime Frequencies)
The Travelling Archive is a journey through the folk music of Bengal. It is run by Calcutta-based Bengali singer, writer and researcher, Moushumi Bhowmik, and sound recordist and sound designer, Sukanta Majumdar. They have been making field recordings of songs and stories across Bangladesh and eastern India, even the Bengali diaspora in East London, since 2003; documenting and disseminating their research through archives, presentation-performances, art works, and their own independent record label and web site.
>Velvet Acid Christ
– Subconscious Landscapes LP (Metropolis)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. VAC's 16th studio album calls on influences such as Juno Reactor, Massive Attack, and Delerium.

>Warning Light
– XXXI CD (Stickfigure)
A rapid-fire collection of Krautrock inspired electronic music.
XXXI still ebbs with ambience, but more importantly it flows. It is an album of movement and rhythm, somewhere between synthetic soundtracks and motorik electronica.
>Yusuf (Cat Stevens)
– Tell ‘Em I'm Gone LP (Legacy/Sony)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Tell 'Em I'm Gone is the first new Yusuf album to be released since 2009's acclaimed Roadsinger. Recorded all over the world, including Los Angeles, Dubai, Brussels, and London, the album features 10 brand-new studio recordings, including five originals and five carefully-chosen cover songs. Tell 'Em I'm Gone features musical contributions from Richard Thompson, blues harmonica legend Charlie Musselwhite, singer/songwriter Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Tuareg group Tinariwen, and guitarist Matt Sweeney. The album was produced by Yusuf, with Rick Rubin also producing select tracks.
released 16/17 NOVEMBER 2014
>Acid Baby Jesus – Selected Recordings CD/LP (Slovenly)
Representing the primitivism of Athens, Greece, steadily fornicating with the modern humps of the most ancient civilizations hitherto, Acid Baby Jesus has finally assembled a collection of recordings from their past two years on the rotation. The experiments on
Selected Recordings were formulated while spending many of those moments on a secluded island in the Mediterranean sea, populated by a(n) (r)evolutionary cast of travelers, all starving for an heady atmosphere and a delicious salad. Many records were played on record players at these assemblages.
>Ariel Pink
– Pom Pom CD/2xLP (4AD)
Across its 17 tracks and 69 minutes,
Pom Pom is unfiltered Ariel Pink, featuring infectious tales of romance, murder, frog princes, and Jell-O. The album sees the L.A. native strike it out alone, returning to the solo moniker he has adopted for well over a decade.
>Baby Bash
– Ronnie Rey All Day CD (Empire Distribution)
New album from the Mexican-American rapper featuring guest appearances from Paul Wall, Frankie J and Ray J.

>Lee Bannon
- Caligula Theme Music 2.7.5 CD (Chillectro)
Sac Town based producer, Lee Bannon, follows up his 2012 EP,
Caligula Theme Music with the sequel, Caligula Theme Music 2.7.5. Ten mostly instrumental tracks with vocal appearances from Rokamouth, Kirk Knight, Chuck Strangers, Matt Stoops, and more.
>Karl Berger
– Gently Unfamiliar CD (Tzadik)
One of the most versatile and active proponents of creative music, Karl Berger is a living legend who has been expanding the jazz language since the mid-'60s. A pianist, vibraphonist, composer, arranger, conductor and educator of astounding energy and creativity, Karl has worked with many of the greatest names in new music: Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Gato Barbieri, Anthony Braxton, Bill Laswell and countless others. Following up on his gorgeous 2010 release of solo piano etudes
Strangely Familiar, the second CD of Berger's Tzadik trilogy presents his distinctive piano stylings in a trio format with a sensitive and supportive rhythm section.
>Brandt Bjork And The Low Desert Punk Band
– Black Power Flower CD (Napalm)
Brandt Bjork, as cult figure of the Palm Desert scene, was founder/drummer of the now defunct stoner-rock legends Kyuss and is a permanent member of Vista Chino (formerly Kyuss Lives!). Now, he is sailing under his own flag, proving once again that his multi-instrumental skills know no creative boundaries. With his excellent occupied Low Desert Punk Band, Bjork lets the scorching heat of Nevada shimmer in his songs. He also scrubs his guitar through all sorts of psychedelic effect pedals and skillfully mixes stoner rock, blues and doom-bonds to a feverish hazy brew.

>Black Taxi
– Electro Death Grip CD (No Shame)
Most of the songs on
Electro Death Grip are danceable pop jams with heavily funked-out guitar lines a-la Nile Rogers and Daft Punk. The tracks are fun and rhythmic, but at the same time, laced with the dark, sarcastic lyrics for which Black Taxi is known. The album is introspective and retrospective in its lyrical content, and futuristic in its production. Moog synths, fat trumpet lines, and jangly tambourines pay their respects to 1970s-era funk and disco records while deep, punchy drum production gives the album an ultra-modern feel.
>David Bowie
– Nothing Has Changed 3xCD/3xCD/2xLP (Sony Legacy)
Nothing Has Changed (named after a lyric from the Heathen album opener "Sunday") compiles tracks from every period of Bowie's career from his earliest incarnations with "Liza Jane" and "Can't Help Thinking About Me" right up to James Murphy's "Hello Steve Reich Mix" of "Love Is Lost" from last year. CD version is available in Regular double-disc and Deluxe triple-disc editions. Vinyl is HQ-180gm.
>Nathan Bowles
– Nansemond CD/LP+MP3 (Paradise Of Bachelors)
The second solo album from Black Twig Pickers member deploys banjo, percussion, piano, and voice to explore the rugged country between the poles of Appalachian old-time traditions, and ecstatic, minimalist drone. Features Tom Carter.

>Brutality
– Orchestrated Devastation: Best Of CD/2xLP (Ceremonial)
Nestled beneath the balmy breezes and palm trees of Tampa Bay, Florida, lies the most extensive and far-reaching death metal music scene in North America. It was there in 1986 that the band Brutality came together in their first incarnation.
Orchestrated Devastation a compilation of Brutality's greatest tracks, taken from their three studio releases as well as various demos and EPs, bundled alongside vast retrospective liner notes and band photos.
>Burial Hex
- The Hierophant CD/LP (Handmade Birds)
The Hierophant is the final Burial Hex album, a project whose closure has been calculated from its inception. Burial Hex is a pioneer of the horror electronics movement and over the past decade has released albums on Cold Spring, Aurora Borealis, Brave Mysteries, Blackest Rainbow, and Turgid Animal. Available on CD and HQ-180gm "ox blood red in milky clear" vinyl.
>Buzzcocks
– The Way CD/LP/Cassette (1-2-3-4 Go!)
The Way is the follow up to 2006's
Flat - Pack Philosophy LP and is the band's ninth studio album since their formation in Manchester in 1976. These 10 tracks penned by the group's long-standing core of Pete Shelley and Steve Diggle were recorded this year in London, and were produced by the band and Dave M. Allen (best known for his production work with The Cure, Depeche Mode and Neneh Cherry). The Way packs the same classic UK pop punk punch they've been known for over nearly four decades. Available on CD, cassette and on white vinyl.
>Captain Beefheart
– Sun Zoom Spark: 1970-1972 4xCD/4xLP (Rhino)
In the wonderfully idiosyncratic discography of the-one-of-a-kind artist Captain Beefheart (aka Don Van Vliet), attention usually focuses on the carefully wrought, experimental music heard on his noted masterwork
Trout Mask Replica. As a consequence, the three stellar albums recorded soon after Lick My Decals Off, Baby (1970), The Spotlight Kid (1972) and Clear Spot (1972) are often criminally overlooked. This limited edition box set revisits these albums Beefheart recorded with the Magic Band in the early-‘70s. It includes all three albums, which have been remastered for the first time, as well as an entire LP featuring 14 previously unissued outtakes from the era.
>Kristin Chenoweth
– Coming Home CD (Concord)
Kristin Chenoweth is recognized across the full spectrum of entertainment as an Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress of stage (
You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Wicked, and the upcoming On The Twentieth Century), television (Pushing Daisies, Glee, West Wing) film (Disney's Descendants, The Boy Next Door) in addition to her career as an accomplished singer.
>The Chills
– The BBC Sessions CD/LP (Fire)
The complete BBC John Peel Sessions from New Zealand legends The Chills, recorded in 1985, 1987 and 1988.

>Coffinworm
– IV.I.VIII CD/LP (The Flenser)
New release from the notorious Indianapolis-based blackened doom metal band. Far more complex and lacerating than anything Coffinworm has attempted thus far,
IV.I.VIII offers six tracks of pure, blackened, unholy doom metal terror that will serve as the soundtrack to the inevitable dark era soon to befall this feeble mortal coil.
>Daniella Cotton
– The Real Book CD (Cottonwood)
Danielia Cotton is a rare breed, an R&B singer who can sing rock, a rock singer with serious gospel and R&B chops.
The Real Book is an album of iconic covers, from Abbey Lincoln and The Staples Singers to Radiohead and Bruno Mars, and Cotton proves that she is up to the task. Rachael Yamagata, Amy Helm and Tracy Bonham duet with Cotton, and radio is jumping on several songs, most notably the Yamagata-Cotton duet of Eurythmics classic "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)."
>Crying
– Get Olde/Second Wind CD/LP (Run For Cover)
Crying would not be possible without the power of nostalgia. The New York-based band is a blend of all things old-school: they mix an understated ‘90s emo influence, the spirit of punk in their original vision, and, most notably, the prominent use of a Gameboy programmed into their songs. Their first release on Run For Cover includes the critically acclaimed self-released EP,
Get Olde, and a set of new songs on the EP Second Wind. All of the thirteen songs have an upbeat eloquence, but the highlight of the album is vocalist Elaiza Santos.
>Defeat The Low
– A Nervous Smile CD/LP+CD (Rise)
Defeat The Low formed in the summer of 2012 from the ashes of numerous other Oregon bands. The bands' tireless work ethic and local popularity quickly lead to the band landing opening slots for large national acts like Senses Fail, Man Overboard, Dance Gavin Dance, and Polar Bear Club. The bands' debut album showcases the their ability to craft memorable, emotional rock songs with catchy riffs and soaring vocals.

>De La Soul
– The Grind Date [Reissue/2004] CD/2xLP (Sanctuary)
10th Anniversay reissue of
The Grind Date. Available on CD and 2xLP color vinyl (one LP orange/other LP blue). Features guest appearances from Common, Ghostface, MF Doom, Flava Flav, Sean Paul, and more.
>Depeche Mode
– Live In Berlin 2xCD/2xCD+2xDVD+Blu-ray (Sony)
Live In Berlin was recorded in 2013 and captures the band's incredible performance at the 02 World Berlin to a combined audience of 66,000 fans. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. The deluxe version includes both the complete show as well as the Anton Corbijn-directed documentary Alive In Berlin on DVD. The Deluxe package also includes a 5.1 mix of Delta Machine on Blu-ray.
>Drive-By Truckers
– English Oceans/Black Ice Vérité 2xCD+DVD/2xLP+DVD (ATO)
The Black Ice Vérité LP (and bonus CD on the Deluxe Edition) is a collection of eight songs recorded live, three acoustic performances from The Hay Bale Session the band recorded the morning of their Bonnaroo performance, and five tracks from this year's HeAthens Homecoming Weekend in Athens GA. A few old songs, a few new songs and a few very different versions. Available on CD and on white vinyl (each with a DVD of Black Ice Vérité included).
>Kevin Drumm
- Wrong Intersection CD (Handmade Birds)
Wrong Intersection is a brand new album from Kevin Drumm presented in a one-time pressing and released on CD only. This new 45-minute track spans Drumm's wide palette of textures and dynamics and is yet another milestone in his already prolific journey through sound.
>Brian Eno
–The Shutov Assembly [Reissue/1992] 2xCD (All Saints)
Brian Eno –Nerve Net [Reissue/1992] 2xCD (All Saints)
Brian Eno – :Neroli: (Thinking Music Part IV) [Reissue/1993] 2xLP (All Saints)
Brian Eno –The Drop [Reissue/1997] 2xLP (All Saints)
These expanded double-CD reissue editions come in deluxe case-bound packaging and contain the original albums alongside unreleased songs from Eno's archives taken from the same period.
Nerve Net includes the first official release of the lost album, My Squelchy Life, originally scheduled for release in '91 but withdrawn at the last moment. Vinyl versions due December 2.
>Exit Verse
– Exit Verse CD (Ernest Jenning)
Singer/guitarist Geoff Farina (Karate, Secret Stars, Glorytellers) teams up with drummer John Dugan (Chisel, Edsel) and bassist Pete Croke (Brokeback, Tight Phantoms) to form Chicago's Exit Verse. Vinyl version due December 2.

>The Falcons
– The Definitive Falcons Collection: The Complete Recordings 4xCD (History Of Soul)
This four-CD set brings together all known recordings by the original Falcons, along with alternate takes, guest appearances, cover versions and songs musically supervised or written by members of the group. Solo recordings by group members are also included from 1956 to 1963, the time they were recording together. The set is also, in a sense, a history of soul itself, showing how the genre develops from its early stirrings in doo-wop, taking in R&B and gospel along the way and culminating in two of the very first records that can definitively be described as soul.

>Brian Ferry
– Avonmore CD (BMG/RED)
Ferry's 14th solo album features eight new compositions plus his cinematic interpretation of Sondheim's "Send In The Clowns." Produced by Ferry and Rhett Davies in Ferry's London studio, the album was mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire/Paolo Nutini) and features performances by many of Ferry's long-term musical partners including Nile Rodgers, Johnny Marr and Marcus Miller. Highlights include the single "Loop De Li," "Soldier Of Fortune" (co-written by Johnny Marr) plus closing track "Johnny & Mary," Ferry's recent collaboration with Norwegian producer and DJ Todd Terje. Vinyl version due December 9.

>Brooke Fraser
– Brutal Romantic CD (Vagrant)
Fourth album from New Zealand singer/songwriter Brooke Fraser. "Brooke Fraser leaves the gentle acoustic-pop of breakthrough albums
Albertine and Flags well and truly behind on brilliant electro-pop experiment Brutal Romantic. The Kiwi's fourth LP is heavily inspired by Scandinavian music (Peter Bjorn And John and Lykke Li, for starters) and those influences shape the eclectic, emotionally raw and sonically ambitious songs." -- Idolator
>Fred Frith and John Butcher
– The Natural Order CD (Northern Spy)
Though they've played live together a few times, this album, recorded in 2009 and mixed in 2012, documents Frith and Butcher's first head-to-head encounter in a recording studio and was recorded in a single stretch with no overdubbing.

>Fugazi
– First Demo CD/LP+MP3 (Dischord)
Some 26 years later, Dischord is releasing the entire first demo including the one song ("Turn Off Your Guns") that wasn't included on the original cassette. Vinyl copies include a postcard set featuring photos of the band, plus a download.

>The Ghost Inside You
– Dear Youth CD/LP (Epitaph)
Fourth album from Los Angeles hardcore band.

>Grorr
– Unknown Citizens CD (Vicisolom)
New release from the French progressive metal band.

>In This Moment
– Black Widow CD (Atlantic)
Fifth album from the Los Angeles metallers.

>KlangKuenstler
– That's Me CD (Sunday Best)
That's Me showcases the uniquely warm and hypnotic sound of the 24-year-old German electronic artist. KlangKuenstler seamlessly infuses his productions with classical, jazz, and '60s film score influences, while remaining true to his tech house roots.
>Knife Party
– Abandon Ship CD (Big Beat)
Debut album from dance music elder statesmen, Knife Party.

>Kool Keith
– El Dorado Driven CD (Volunteer Media)
Kool Keith is back with an album of spaced out beats and twisted lyrics reminiscent of the classic
Dr. Octagonecologyst. Far out and gritty, the album is full of great production by Vancouver, BC based producer Teddy Bass who also lends his vocals to the project. Other contributors include Sadat X, Thirsten Howl The 3rd, Lord Diamonds, Michael Rushden and others.
>Loscil
– Sea Island CD/2xLP (Kranky)
Murky, densely textured depths of sound are explored with subtle pulses and pings woven within, contrasted with composed or improvised moments of acoustic instrumentation making a move into the foreground. Features contributions from Jason Zumpano (Fender Rhodes), John Lindstrom (vibraphone), Kelly Wyse (piano), Ashley Pitre (vocals) and Elaine Reynolds (violin).

>Loveskills
– Pure CD (No Shame)
Loveskills creates a unique style of music that has proven to be quite difficult to pin down, blending together elements of electronica infused R&B with pop sensibilities and occasional hints of hip-hop and dubstep.

>Machinedrum
– Vapor City Archives CD/2xLP+MP3 (Ninja Tune)
"The veteran producer released his
Vapor City LP last year, with the album reportedly inspired ‘by a metropolis of the same name which Travis Stewart has visited in a series of life-long recurring dreams.' Vapor City experimented with tropes of hip-hop, jungle and footwork as well as displaying the IDM influences that date back to his first record released in 2001. The Vapor City Archives is set to continue in a similar vein and will mark the end of Stewart's explorations into his conceptual metropolis." -- FactMag
>Manchester Orchestra
– Hope CD (Loma Vista/Concord)
"
Cope signified a definitive landmark in Manchester Orchestra's career. It proved the crowning statement that defined what past albums such as Simple Math and Mean Everything To Nothing built towards and culminated the years of heart, soul, blood, sweat and tears poured in by Andy Hull and his team. As an all—out rock band, dancing from folky to alternative to heavy grunge at times, their guitar—driven disposition often defined them, accompanying the soothing yet pained words of Hull. Now, with years of variance under their belt, a profound sense of maturity and a feeling that they've found their true sound at long last (and jeez, was it a fun ride watching them doing so along the way), Hope charters semi—new territory as a stripped down inversion of this year's release. Bare—boned, packing emotive content minus the electric aspect of the band yet continuing Hull's narrative structure of the world's weight bearing down on his shoulders" – Punknews.org. Vinyl version due November 24.
>Delfeayo Marsalis
– The Last Southern Gentleman CD (Troubadour Jazz)
The Last Southern Gentlemen is a landmark recording for Delfeayo Marsalis, pairing father Ellis Marsalis, Jr. with son on a collaborative album for the first time. Marsalis' finest outing to date, the superb recording quality and meticulous production showcase his brilliant, classically trained tone as it swings effortlessly through standards and original compositions.
>Monster Magnet
– Milking The Stars: A Re-Imagining Of Last Patrol CD/LP (Napalm)
The cosmic space lords Monster Magnet are back, breaking their regular three-year orbit to release
Milking The Stars: A Re-imagining Of Last Patrol, just one year after their previous album Last Patrol. The bands mastermind Dave Wyndorf has stated that the record is a return to the roots of Monster Magnet, but rather than a step backward, Milking The Stars has one foot in the old and the other firmly in the new. The bulk of the album consists of different mixes, recordings and arrangements of tracks from Last Patrol, four extra tracks and two live tracks.
>Nickelback
– No Fixed Address CD (Motown/Universal)
A new serving of Nickelback's party-brew of fast-lane indulgences and soaring power ballads. Vinyl version due December 9.

>The Old 97s
- Hitchhike To Rhome [Reissue/1994] 2xCD/2xLP (Omnivore)
20
th Anniversary reissue of Old 97s featuring bonus tracks. Available as a double-CD and double-LP, the reissue not only features the original album, but adds recently unearthed tracks from the original recording sessions. The double-CD version includes all 12 newly discovered tracks, many of which were mixed from the original tapes by Rip Rowan (longtime Old 97's producer). This is also the first time the album has ever been pressed on vinyl — side D features six of those rare tracks (including a download card that includes the complete two-CD track list), and is Oh, and is pressed on translucent orange wax.
>One Direction
– Four CD (Columbia)
Fourth album from the British pop stars. Available in Regular and Deluxe "Yearbook" editions. Deluxe adds four bonus tracks. Vinyl version due December 16.

>The Orchids
– Beatitude #9 CD (Acuarela)
The sixth album from the Scottish indie pop band.
Beatitude #9 is made up of 14 brand new songs recorded in their home studio over the past three years and sees the band broaden their horizons again, sounding modern and revitalizing whilst still sometimes harking back to some of the mainstream acts that they grew up with in the '80s. It has a feel of summer written all over it and captures classic Orchids guitar pop.
>Peter Paul And Mary
– Discovered: Live In Concert CD (Rhino)
Live collection of unreleased performances, including Leadbelly's "Midnight Special," Kate Wolf's plaintive "Give Yourself to Love," and Noel Paul Stookey's, zany "Parallel Universe."

>P.O.D.
– SoCal Sessions CD (UMe)
P.O.D.'s first-ever acoustic album, features 12 newly-recorded, unplugged versions of the band s top hits, including "Youth Of The Nation," "Alive" and other standout hits.

>Rich Robinson
– Woodstock Sessions Vol. 3 CD (Woodstock Sessions)
The latest in the Woodstock Sessions series, this time spotlights ex-Black Crowes guitarist songwriter Rich Robinson in a live performance with his band. The album features extended version of some of Robinson's greatest hits, selections from 2014's Ceaseless Sight LP and some electric covers. A must- have for Crowes fans, lovers of Americana, thoughtful songwriting, and guitar freaks everywhere.

>Rolling Stones
– From The Vault: L.A. Forum (Live In 1975) 2xCD+DVD/3xLP+DVD (Eagle Rock)
The Rolling Stones "Tour Of The Americas 75" was the band s first tour with new guitarist Ronnie Wood. Even before the dates started there were dramatic scenes in New York City at the official tour announcement when the band unexpectedly turned up on a flatbed truck to play "Brown Sugar." After a couple of low-key warm-up shows in Louisiana the tour took in 44 dates between the 3rd June and the 8th August 1975. They settled into the L.A. Forum for a five-night stint from July 9th to 13th and this concert recording features the show from July 12th. Also available on stand-alone DVD.

>Joe Sample/NDR Bigband
– Children Of The Sun CD (PRA)
Recorded with the NDR Bigband, Hamburg, Germany, featuring Joe Sample on piano, legendary drummer Steve Gadd and trombonist Nils Landgren.

>Satan
– Trail Of Fire: Live In North America CD (Listenable)
First live album from the British heavy metal legends.

>Ty Segall
– Singles 2 CD/LP/Cassette (Drag City)
Singles 2 collects all the now-out-of-print sides ("Spiders," "I Can't Feel It," "The Hill," "Would You Be My Love," for starters) that work amazingly well together when placed back-to-back-to-back as an album. Plus there are tracks from other labels like Permanent, Castleface and Famous Class. Covers of The Groundhogs, the Velvets and GG Allin abound herein as well.
>Paul Smith & Peter Brewis
– Frozen By Sight CD/LP+MP3 (Memphis Industries)
Drawing inspiration from disparate musical and poetic sources, two British Mercury Prize nominees have come together in a playful departure from their respective work with Field Music and Maximo Park. Based around text from Paul Smith's travel writing, and Peter Brewis's chamber-band arrangements, the pair has collaborated on a suite of songs, creating a restrained yet richly descriptive sound-world. The music wraps itself around the words and the places they chronicle. The locations become tangible; from their hometowns in northeastern England to more far-flung destinations.

>Bruce Springsteen
– The Album Collection Vol. 1 1973-1984 8xCD/8xLP (Sony Legacy)
Boxed set comprised of remastered editions of the first seven albums recorded and released by Bruce Springsteen for Columbia Records between 1973 and 1984. All of the albums are newly remastered (five for the first time ever on CD) and all seven are also making their remastered debut on vinyl:
Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. (1973), The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle (1973), Born To Run (1975), Darkness On The Edge Of Town (1978), The River (1980), Nebraska (1982), Born In The U.S.A. (1984).
>Swamp Dogg
– The White Man Made Me Do It CD (Alive)
The White Man Made Me Do It is Swamp Dogg's new album, and his first soul record in decades. Over the course of 14 songs, and with the help of a cast of veteran soul greats, the idiosyncratic performer re-captures the spirit of his ‘70s cult recordings. "The White Man Made Me Do It" mixes classic Southern soul grooves with pointed, poignant lyrics, reflecting upon race, love, and money. As usual Swamp demonstrates his savage sense of humor and his instinctive aversion to hypocrisy. Vinyl version due December 2.
>This Legend
– It's In The Streets CD (Cyber Tracks)
For the first time in over ten years, best friends Longineu Parsons III and Ben Harper, both formerly of Yellowcard, re-united in May, 2014. They enlisted Chris Castillo of Stanley And The Search and Steven Neufeld of HeyMike! to form This Legend.

>Thompson
– Family CD/CD+DVD (Fantasy/Concord)
Teddy Thompson, together with parents Richard and Linda, brother Jack, younger sister Kami, her husband James Walbourne, and nephew Zak Hobbs collectively dubbed Thompson release a collaborative album of all new original songs. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe features the beautifully rendered 15-minute film
Thompson: The Making Of Family on DVD. Utilizing interviews, studio footage and vintage family photos, the film captures the warmth, intelligence and humor of this supremely talented family as they record together for the very first time.
>TV On The Radio
– Seeds CD/2xLP (Harvest/Caroline)
"For their first record since 2011's
Nine Types Of Light, Dave Sitek, Tunde Adebimpe, Kyp Malone and Jaleel Bunton have had to overcome severe adversity, following the untimely death of bassist Gerard Smith a week after Nine Types Of Light's release. Indeed, lead singer Adebimpe recently acknowledged that 'we've been through a lot of stuff in the past few years that could have stopped the band cold.' Smith's passing, however, galvanized the remaining four-piece to continue making music in his honor, and Seeds is a credit to their bassist's memory: staying true to the TOTR ethos of writing music that yo-yos between genres, its 12 expansive tracks make for a compelling and frankly splendid record that you should seriously consider adding to your collection" – Drowned In Sound. (Marbled color vinyl version features two bonus tracks.)
>Various Artists
– 90 Degrees Of Shade: Hot Jump-Up Island Sound From The Caribbean 2xCD (Soul Jazz)
Various Artists – 90 Degrees Of Shade: Hot Jump-Up Island Sound From The Caribbean Vol. 1 2xLP+MP3 (Soul Jazz)
Various Artists – 90 Degrees Of Shade: Hot Jump-Up Island Sound From The Caribbean Vol. 2 2xLP+MP3 (Soul Jazz)
90 Degrees Of Shade features the music of the Caribbean – Mambo, Calypso, Mento, Merengue, Latin jazz and much more. The music of Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, etc. all feature in this lightning journey through the many island sounds. Available on double-CD and across two separate double-LP volumes on vinyl.
>Various Artists
– The Art Of McCartney 2xCD/2xCD+DVD/3xLP (Arctic Poppy)
Sir Paul McCartney has written many of the world's best-known songs, and this project features some of the biggest stars in the music industry, performing his, Wings' and The Beatles' greatest tracks alongside McCartney's own backing musicians. Highlights include Willie Nelson ("Yesterday"), Bob Dylan ("Things We Said Today"), Brian Wilson ("Wanderlust"), Barry Gibb ("When I'm 64"), Corinne Bailey Rae ("Bluebird"), Jamie Cullum ("Every Night"), The Airborne Toxic Event ("No More Lonely Nights"), B.B. King ("On The Way"), Smokey Robinson ("So Bad"),
Billy Joel ("Maybe I'm Amazed" and "Live And Let Die"), Kiss ("Venus And Mars" and "Rock Show"). Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Expanded Deluxe edition features an additional eight tracks, including McCartney covers by Alice Cooper, Cure frontman Robert Smith, Ronnie Spector, Booker T. Jones and Darlene Love, among others, a hardcover book, and a DVD documentary about the making of the compilation.

>Various Artists
– Hyperdub 10.4 2xCD (Hyperdub)
Final episode in the series returns to the club, this time focused on house, garage and techno. Features one disc of new and recent material, paired with a second full of bangers from the Hyperdub canon in recent years.

>Various Artists
– Hyperdub & Teklife Present: Next Life CD (Hyperdub)
Next Life is a compilation of new material from Chicago's primary footwork crew, Teklife, carrying the torch for the late, great DJ Rashad, who passed away earlier in 2014.
>Various Artists
– While No One Was Looking: Toasting 20 Years Of Bloodshot Records 2xCD/3xLP (Bloodshot)
In recognition of this auspicious, multiple-of-10 occasion, Bloodshot Records reached out to a few artists and floated the idea of covering songs from their ample catalog. Includes covers of Bloodshot classics and deep cuts from Blitzen Trapper, Tim Kasher, Andrew Bird & Nora O'Connor, Superchunk, Diarrhea Planet, Chuck Ragan, Ben Kweller, Ted Leo, Into It. Over It., The Handsome Family, and many, many more.

>Wedding Dress
– Desperate Glow CD/LP (Lovitt)
Wedding Dress features members of Maps & Atlases, Suns, Joan Of Arc, and Gypsy Blood. More layered, plaintive and measured than anything in Elders' previous catalog. The songs involve patient, textured narratives. The instrumentation is restrained, a well-tuned hybrid of real and virtual instruments.

>Wilco
– Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Rare Tracks 1994-2014 4xCD/LP (Nonesuch)
Wilco – What's Your 20? Essential Tracks 1994-2014 2xCD (Nonesuch)
Two new Wilco collections released in conjunction with the influential Chicago band's 20th anniversary. The first,
Alpha Mike Foxtrot, is a box set of rare studio and live recordings collected from the band's extensive audio archives. The second, What's Your 20, is a of essential tracks culled from the band's previously released studio recordings. Alpha Mike Foxtrot features 64 pages of liner notes that include track-by-track recollections from Tweedy, notes by band members Nels Cline and John Stirratt, and reflections from members of Wilco's extended professional family. The booklet also showcases dozens of archival and never-before-seen photos from a wide array of photographers chronicling all phases of the band's career. What's Your 20? gathers songs from Wilco's eight studio albums plus two songs from Mermaid Avenue, the collection of Woody Guthrie-penned tunes set to music by Wilco and Billy Bragg.
>Wolfhounds
– Unseen Ripples From A Pebble CD/LP (Optic Nerve)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the UK band's debut album plus 15 bonus tracks. This expanded version of the album contains the band's entire recorded output for the Pink label as well as the 7'' version of ''Me'' that was released on Idea Records. The Wolfhounds formed in 1985 and debuted in the spring of 1986 with the EP
Cut The Cake. Despite the record's gritty, intense approach, it nevertheless landed the Wolfhounds a spot on the NME's legendary C-86 compilation cassette, the 22-track compilation ended up being so influential that it resulted in the unintentional creation of a new subgenre. The Wolfhounds were more post punk than jangle pop, and their incendiary live shows saw them build up a loyal following throughout Europe, where they toured regularly supporting The House Of Love and My Bloody Valentine.
>Robert Wyatt
– Different Every Time 2xCD (Domino)
Robert Wyatt – Different Every Time (Ex Machina) 2xLP+MP3 (Domino)
Robert Wyatt – Different Every Time (Benign Dictatorships) 2xLP+MP3 (Domino)
Different Every Time is a new compilation of the works of Robert Wyatt curated by Robert and biographer Marcus O'Dair. The double album features Disc One Ex Machina, the ideal introduction for the Wyatt novice, compiling tracks from his entire career and acting as a companion to O'Dair's new biography on Wyatt, also titled Different Every Time. Disc Two Benign Dictatorships brings together the best of Robert's collaborations and guest appearances, or, as Robert has it, ‘benign dictatorships,' including some very special oddities and rarities available here for the very first time.
>Trisha Yearwood
– Prizefighter: Hit After Hit CD (Sony)
Twelfth studio album from the country great and her first in seven years.

>Zero Boys
– Hollywood CDEP/7" (Z Disk)
Terry "Hollywood" Howe passed away in 2000, and was the Zero Boys' original guitar player and laid the foundation of our sound. He built perfect, catchy rock & roll songs. He destroyed boredom with a blast of electric guitar. He understood that life was simple, true, loud, and a little out of control. Leaving behind many unused recordings, the Zero Boys opted to listen to his songs and re-record them, in tribute.

>John Zorn
– The Last Judgment CD (Tzadik)
Final CD in the
Moonchild septology, featuring Mike Patton, John Medeski, Trevor Dunn, and Joey Baron.

DVDs + Blu-ray:
>Rolling Stones
– From The Vault: L.A. Forum (Live In 1975) DVD (Eagle Rock)
The Rolling Stones "Tour Of The Americas 75" was the band s first tour with new guitarist Ronnie Wood. Even before the dates started there were dramatic scenes in New York City at the official tour announcement when the band unexpectedly turned up on a flatbed truck to play "Brown Sugar." After a couple of low-key warm-up shows in Louisiana the tour took in 44 dates between the 3rd June and the 8th August 1975. They settled into the L.A. Forum for a five-night stint from July 9th to 13th and this concert film features the show from July 12th.


This Week's Vinyl Exclusives:
>Allo Darlin'
– We Come From The Same Place LP+MP3 (Slumberland)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. The third full-length recording from the much loved Anglo-Australian four-piece is made up of smart, beautiful pop music, with lyrics that resonate with experience and melodies that chime, echo and soar.

>Alraune
- The Process of Self-Immolation LP (Gilead Media)
Alraune is a Nashville-based occult black-metal quartet. "An absolute beast of a recording. The band's take on occult black metal stylings draw from the Scandinavian masters, the French introverts, and their own depraved visions, singlehandedly creating a new standard for USBM to strive towards." – Pitchfork

>Angels & Airwaves
– Love Albums Part I & II 4xLP (Shop Radio Cast)
Angels & Airwaves' 2010 and 2011 albums are available for the first time on (pink) vinyl.

>Bad Axe
– Coachman b/w Poor Man, Run 7" (Permanent)
As garage faded, psych imploded and rock n roll took its bloated FM dominance to arenas nationwide, there were scores of bands that sought to ingest those Zep/Sabbath/Deep Purple/Blue Cheer moves and make them their own rally cry. Call it a second wave of "garage bands" but this time the music was more fitted for dark, hazy wood paneled basements with the requisite hi-fis, joints and cheap beers stolen from dad. These kids just outta high school, rejecting AM pop and the idealism of their hippie older siblings, set out to make their own way in the dystopian ‘70s.

>Band In Heaven
– The Boys Of Summer Sam 7" (HoZac)
Two direct hits of skull-softening Middle-Eastern tinged space rock destined to drain the fluids from your ears, while seductively stealing your valuable organs for the black market.

>Travis Barker/Yelawolf
– Psycho White [2012] LP (LaSalle)
Following on the success of 2012's collaborative EP between Travis Barker and Yelawolf,
Psycho White is now available for the first time ever on vinyl.
>Basement Jaxx
– The Singles [2005] 2xLP (XL)
First time on vinyl. This collection spans everything from the proto punk garage of early hit "Flylife" to the Motown monster that is "Good Luck," taking in worldwide smashes like "Red Alert," "Where's Your Head At" and more.

>Belly
– Star [Reissue/1993] LP (Plain)
HQ-180gm reissue of Belly's debut (originally released on 4AD in 1993).

>Blanche Blanch Blanche
– Hints To Pilgrims LP (OSR)
A collection of concise, spare arrangements -- typically either limited to piano and bass or guitar and bass. RIYL: Kevin Ayers, Royal Trux, Parquet Courts, Syd Barrett.

>The Blind Shake
– Breakfast of Failures LP (Goner)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Minneapolis three-piece The Blind Shake crafts dense, massive locomotive music—powerful sounds with the ability to careen through one cinematic, post-apocalyptic chase scene after another. "The Blind Shake is at once spacey, primitive futuristic, and brutal: a kind of backyard extraterrestrial minimal surf-punk party. One guitar, one baritone guitar, a f**kload of reverb, and a drummer who deserves an Olympic medal." —SF Weekly

>The Bloodhounds
– Let Loose LP (Alive)
Released last week on CD – now available on vinyl. The Bloodhounds play blues/R&B rock & roll with a fresh, edgy, almost punk edge, and add a hint of a Latin groove to the mix. Though founded on an electric sound they also dig the old jug band style of playing. Picking up cheap acoustic guitars, turning ordinary household items into instruments and constructing a traditional washtub-broomstick bass, they often busk in the streets of downtown Los Angeles to the delight of large crowds.

>Bratmobile
– Pottymouth [Reissue/1993] LP (Kill Rock Stars)
Pink vinyl reissue of 1993 album. Along with Bikini Kill, Bratmobile spearheaded the riot grrrl revolution of the early ‘90s.

>Connections
– 5 Imaginary Boys 7" (HoZac)
Combines five glimpses into the Connections' melodically off-kilter yet always honest and bitter world, taking perfectly strung-out pop to another level of sardonic simplicity in each burst after bleeding burst.

>Crayon
– Brick Factory [Reissue/1994] LP+MP3 (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
20th anniversary reissue with download including 21 bonus songs. Crayon took the burgeoning sound of twee pop and added punk elements, sounding something like a cross between UK indiepop bands like the Pastels and more abrasive American bands like Unwound.

>Dada Plan
– A Dada Plan Is Free LP (Kingfisher Bluez)
"Dada Plan emerge from the picturesque Great Bear Rainforest in Vancouver with their blend of trip-hop, orchestral noise polluted, synth storm rock."—Creem Magazine. "
A Dada Plan Is Free sounds like '80s outsider pop, with retro drum-machine programming and synth sounds from [Matt] Krysko's Roland Juno-60, but it's no pale homage. There is a deeper meaning at work here, a haunting, dystopian tinge to its chill metropolitan grooves inspired by Brian Eno and Robert Wyatt"—The Georgia Straight
>Dream Salon
– Soft Stab LP+MP3 (Sweet Rot/Dragnet)
If you've been paying attention to the NW rock underground of the past decade or so, you're likely familiar with the names Min Yee, Matthew Ford and Craig Chambers who have collectively played in bands like Evening Meetings, A Frames, Intelligence, Le Sang Song, Factums, Yves/Son/Ace, etc.

>Electric Eels
– Accident 7" (HoZac)
Another devastating chunk of festering Midwest protopunk from these scurrilous sub-creatures of Ohio's rich musical history. Two more cauterizing cuts of whiplash thug rock your thin plane of existence just might not survive without.

>Enema Syringe
– Upshutlenvolte 7" (Fragment Factory)
Three previously unreleased tracks from 1987, recorded in Örebro, Sweden. Raw and primitive staccato electronics with Kai Parviainen's specific touch of utter insanity.

>England's Glory
– City Of Fun 7" (HoZac)
England's Glory is the first performing band lead by UK songwriter Peter Perrett, later known across the world for his work w/the critically acclaimed Only Ones. Sounding nothing like anything else from the era, this 1971 single soars through the highs and lows of the real heartbeat of 1970s rock & roll, sounding startlingly modern even 40 years later.

>Father Yod & The Spirit Of '76
– Kohoutek LP (Drag City)
Kohoutek was the first spontaneous release that was made into a record, credited to Father Yod & The Spirit Of 76. Released in 1973, the year of Kohoutek, when the immanent arrival of the big comet spawned a new round of cosmic consciousness in the media and with people all over the planet. The two sides of Kohoutek are a special jam that passes through tranquility to exultation, a tapping of the passing flame in the skies and a greeting from Father to the messenger and bearer of such awesome gifts. Very pure.
>F**k Knights
– A Taste Of Puke 7" (Go Ape!)
12 minutes of intoxicating psychedelic garage punk.

>Ruth Garbus
– Joule EP 7" (OSR)
The former Happy Birthday member is joined by Kyle Thomas (King Tuff) and Chris Weisman on her new single. Previous albums on Autumn and Burger. RIYL: tUnEyArDs, White Fence, Jessica Pratt, Sharon Van Etten.

>Gatecreeper
– Gatecreeper LP (King Of The Monsters)
Thick, punishing, bone-rattling death metal like the legendary bands of the late ‘80s into the mid-'90s played it.
Gatecreeper is a riff-heavy ode to times past, and a glimpse of our bleak future, captured on wax. For fans of: Entombed, Bolt Thrower, and Dismember.
>M. Geddes Gengras
- Collected Works Vol. 2: New Process Music LP (Umor Rex)
New Process Music represents a major aesthetic shift, fusing the long-form modular compositions Geddes had been exploring on a bevy of small-run cassette releases with a new obsession with post-production editing to create a deeply tuned aural environment, lush analog electronics that are gritty along the edges, with rich textures and melodies materializing and wafting away like smoke. Opaque cyan vinyl.
>Steve Gunn
- Boerum Palace [Reissue/2009] LP+MP3 (Three Lobed)
Boerum Palace is Steve Gunn's second album, originally released in 2009 and is now available as a limited 140gm purple/white color vinyl pressing with insert and download code. Gunn will release a collaborative album with The Black Twig Pickers on Thrill Jockey February 2015.
>Holögrama
– Waves LP+MP3 (Trouble In Mind)
Holögrama is the recording project of Fancisco Borja, an electronic musician from Granade, Spain. After self-releasing a slew of online albums, EPs and hand-made CDRs,
Waves marks his debut to the vinyl format. Borja performs and records the majority of everything himself, using synths, drum machines and whatever odds and ends he can scrape together to orchestrate Holögrama's sound. Think Rev and Vega, but with a more positive, hopeful vibe tinged with a whisper of melancholy.
>Patterson Hood
– Killers And Stars [Reissue/2004] LP+MP3 (New West)
Reissue of the Drive-By Trucker's frontman's solo album from 2004, available for the first time on vinyl. HQ-180gm including new liner notes from Patterson.

>Horse Lords
– Hidden Cities LP (NNA Tapes)
Over the two years since their critically acclaimed self-titled debut, Horse Lords have become fixtures on the American DIY scene, touring with Matmos, Guerilla Toss, and Guardian Alien, and playing festivals such as Hopscotch, NXNE, and Fields Fest. Recorded and mixed by Chris Freeland (Wye Oak, Lower Dens), on
Hidden Cities Horse Lords square the circle, making music that is alternately tight and loose, real-time risky and process oriented, reconciling the sweaty force of a killer basement show with the icy precision of conservatory training.
>Ice Choir
– Pure Holiday 7" (Cascine)
One of two singles produced for the 2014 holiday season and the first release since his debut album,
Afar. Each track, wrapped in a glistening synth pop package, surrounds themes of caring for one another and connectedness. All proceeds from this recording will be donated to Coalition For The Homeless.
>Impalers
- Psychedelic Snutskallar LP (540 Records)
Peerless d-beat, a work of art.

>Eiko Ishibashi
– Car & Freezer LP (Drag City)
The sound of
Car & Freezer has a swinging openness, with looser, rolling rhythms that suit the mood of exploration and the sense of introspection that are so much a part of Eiko's songs. The band's (Jim O'Rourke, Toshiaki Sudo, Hatano Atsuko and Yamamoto Tatsuhisa) expertly precise playing is contrasted by their intuitive choices within the songs, which are seized upon by Eiko for mood and color.
>Ken Jennings
– She's My Rushmore 7" (Kingfisher Bluez)
Three new songs of thrashy emo punk from the suburbs of Vancouver's DIY scene.

>Sharon Jones
– Just Another Christmas Song b/w Big Bulbs 7" (Daptone)
Perhaps it is "just another Christmas song," but with a groove like this it's hard to say we don't need it.

>Jukebox The Ghost
– Jukebox The Ghost LP (Yep Roc)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. On the follow-up to its critically acclaimed album
Safe Travels, Jukebox The Ghost is at it again with a new collection of the band's signature brand of infectious pop songs.
>Landmarks
– Landmarks LP (Walk-In)
Landmarks is a Chicago-based five piece with a psychedelic, atmospheric, shoegaze sound, recommended for fans of Deerhunter, Real Estate and War On Drugs.

>Lesser Key
– Lesser Key LP (Sumerian)
Released earlier this year on CD – now available on vinyl (two pressings: one plum, one clear). Debut album from Lesser Key, featuring founding Tool bassist, Paul D'Amour.

>Lewis
– Romantic Times [Reissue/1985] LP+MP3 (Light In The Attic)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Sourced soon after the re-release of
L'Amour, Romantic Times is the 1985 follow-up - a familiar blond posing on the sleeve, a familiar, tortured voice pouring his heart out over languid synths and synthetic waltz beats.
>Lovac
– The Fish & The Fist 10" (Soleilmoon)
With their new 10" EP, Swedish band Lovac return to explore desolate places far beyond the familiar and comfortable.
The Fish & The Fist follows their 2010 debut Apes Of A Cold God with a new goth-tronic sound lifted aloft by Anders Carlsson's baritone and Erica Li's pure alto voices, and carried further with the inventive compositions and mixing of Andreas Catjar and Martin Krall.
>Lusitania
– Lusitania LP (King Of The Monsters)
Deviant and terrorizing black metal featuring members of Gay Kiss, Dealing, Sacred Flowers, and Detached Objects.

>The Luxembourg Signal
– The Luxembourg Signal LP+MP3 (Shelflife)
10-track album from former members of Aberdeen, Fonda and Trembling Blue Stars of perfect pop songs, vintage shoegaze roots, and dark, noisy explorations. Features guest appearances by Dale Crover (Melvins) and John Girgus (Aberdeen).

>Mamiffer
- Statu Nascendi LP (Sige)
Mamiffer is Faith Coloccia and Aaron Turner (ISIS, Old Man Gloom, Jodis) - the two people behind Sige records. The band has collaborated with Locrian, Circle, and Merzbow. Statu Nascendi features ethereal washes of guitar, organ, tape loops of field recordings, and Coloccia's hypnotic vocals.

>Margot & The Nuclear So And So's
– Tell Me More About Evil LP+DVD (Mariel Recording Co.)
Margot & Nuclear So And So's new companion piece to this year's
Slingshot To Heaven is a soundtrack to the 16mm film that was released with Slingshot in April. Shot on ten reels of Kodak film, Tell Me More About Evil is a visual, alternate version of the album consisting of stripped down performances and acoustic field recordings.
>Medicine
– Home Everywhere CD (Captured Tracks)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. During this past year Brad Laner, Elizabeth Thompson and Jim Goodall eschewed the ‘90s nostalgia touring circuit trod by their peers and instead dug deep to bring you
Home Everywhere: a collection of new songs created with a gaze that is omnidirectional. An answer to no other band, movement or genre (don't be lazy, you). An ambitious work that could be no one else but said three lifer music weirdies in full inspiration mode.
>Mobb Deep
– Hell On Earth [Reissue/1996] 2xLP (Get On Down)
By the time Mobb Deep hit with their third album
Hell On Earth - they were solidified street legends. Coming off the critically acclaimed The Infamous, Havoc and Prodigy hit the lab and came back with a soundtrack that is fitting to its title.
>No Doubt
– Tragic Kingdom [Reissue/1994] LP (Trauma)
Tragic Kingdom was No Doubt's third studio album, and was the final album to feature original keyboardist Eric Stefani, who left in 1994.
>The Ocean Blue
– Waterworks [2004] LP+MP3 (Shelflife)
Reissue of The Ocean Blue's 2004 EP, remastered and expanded with three additional songs, two of which have never been released.
Waterworks is an eclectic mix of songs showcasing David Schelzel and Oed Ronne's keen ability to craft ‘60s inspired pop music. The EP also includes collaborations with Jim Ruiz and Allen Clapp.
>Only Wolf
– Chemicals LP (Kingfisher Bluez)
Taking his name from a terrifying encounter with a pack of hungry wolves, Sean Parker's debut album as Only Wolf is a sprawling, late night drive of a record, that feels precise, organic and infinitely spaced out. Growing up between Canada, Spain, and the French Alps, he took in the natural sounds of the countryside -- crashing waves, clinking cowbells and creaking trees -- and armed with an MPC1000 drum machine and a guitar, distilled it into a sound that feels natural and otherworldly at the same time. Triple-color splatter vinyl.

>Pink Avalanche
– The Luminous Heart Of Nowhere LP+MP3 (Past/Futures)
Sophomore release from members of Atombombpocketknife, Poison Arrows, Brokeback, and Chatty Cathy.
The Luminous Heart Of Nowhere might evoke a sense of an ethereal void, but its music is firmly rooted in Midwestern underground rock. The band's driving, bold melodic sound hearkens to that of myriad Midwestern noisemakers like Rodan, Arcwelder and Naked Raygun.
>Joshua Rainhorn/Paulinho & Beatriz
- Wine & Cigarettes b/w Voce Tem 7" (Drag City)
Volume Three of the
Fred Armisen Presents Hometown Heroes series from Drag City. Joshua Rainhorn's imagery evoked a world of old wine bars and coffee-stained book covers. Honkytonk music and worn out shoes. Elusive, mysterious lovers. Paulinho & Beatriz hail from Brazil and experiment with jazz and traditional Brazilian music.
>Restorations
– LP3 CD (Side One Dummy)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "Restorations' third album in four years marks a quick progression from its emo and pop-punk roots to the gruff and grandiose heartland rock that always hovered in the background. Think of the punks raised on Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty, if you must — The Gaslight Anthem, The Hold Steady, Constantines — but LP3 is more reminiscent of when the late-'90s emo band Chamberlain." – NPR

>Rhyton
– Kykeon LP+MP3 (Thrill Jockey)
Rhyton is the Brooklyn based trio of Dave Shuford (D. Charles Speer And The Helix, No Neck Blues Band), Jimy SeiTang (Stygian Stride) and Rob Smith (Pigeons) Rhyton take ancestral forms, instrumentation and scales, primarily sourced from Middle Eastern and Greek traditions, and incorporate them into the context of scorching improvised rock.

>Rollins
– Life Time [Reissue/1987] LP+MP3 (2.13.61)
Vinyl reissue of Rollins' debut full-length, originally released in 1987. Includes download for the nine original album songs plus five tracks recorded live in Kortrijk, Belgium on October 16, 1987.

>Saint Saviour
– In The Seams LP (Surface Area)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Becky Jones aka Saint Saviour is the former lead singer with The RGBs and fronted and co-wrote the singles on Groove Armada's Grammy nominated album
Black Light. Collaborating on this album with Bill Ryder-Jones (The Coral), it is a marked departure from her 2012 debut Uncut - stripping back and laying bare the beautiful song-craft of an artist clearly in her prime. The result is a selection of twelve delicate and heart-felt, folk-infused tracks woven into In The Seams - full of lush strings, softly plucked guitars and tender vocals.
>Sha La Das
– Sha La Da La La (Christmas Time) 7" (Daptone)
You may recognize their doo-wop tinged harmonies from such smash records as Charles Bradley's
Victim Of Love.
>Swans
– Filth [Reissue/193] LP (Young God)
Vinyl reissue of Swans' debut album. Michael Gira says: "Here's some music I was listening to at the time: Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV, The Stooges, Brian Eno, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, DNA, The Contortions, Glenn Branca, Black Flag, early Pink Floyd, This Heat, Kraftwerk, The Germs, Cabaret Voltaire, Can, Public Image Ltd., SPK… "

>Sylvie Simmons
– Sylvie LP (Light In The Attic)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Debut album by esteemed writer and Leonard Cohen biographer. Like Devendra Banhart says, this is "a gem of an album, fragile and fearless, direct and poetic, timeless and absolutely beautiful. Like Rosalie Sorrels meets the Only Ones." Or Isobel Campbell on a lost desert night, maybe, with only the moon and a ukulele for company.

>Sqürl
– EP3 12" (ATP Recordings)
Picture-disc. Atmospheric heavy drones of surreally epic horror-country. "Part drone-rock, part metal, part blissful stoner fatigue." - Pitchfork

>Strength Of Materials
– Occam's Depilatory 7" (Kingfisher Bluez)
Debut single for Vancouver's Strenght Of Materials. Fronted by Ford Pier (D.O.A., Neko Case), this unique string quartet sounds like Mark E. Smith gone orchestral. Weird, yelping dissonance, precise soaring melody, and pop-culture-curmudgeon lyrics.

>Teenage Girl Fantasy
– Thermal 12" (Break World Records)
Tracing threads from their previous deconstructed dancefloor works into thrilling new directions, the
Thermal EP features four new songs: two instrumentals that showcase the duo's sensual and intuitive way with texture, and two prime-time vocal tracks featuring the new queen of underground Korean R&B, Hoody and rising NYC recording artist Lafawndah.
>Thievery Corporation
– Corporate Game [Reissue/2004] 4xLP (ESL)
Thievery Corporation – Radio Retaliation [Reissue/2008] 3xLP (ESL)
Thievery Corporation – Corporate Game [Reissue/2011] 2xLP (ESL)
The last batch of Thievery Corporation vinyl reissues, bringing their entire LP back-catalogue back in print on the format.

>Timmy's Organism
– Singles & Unreleased Tracks 2xLP (HoZac)
This cranium-swelling double-LP set features Timmy's best tracks from numerous 7" releases on Sacred Bones, Goner, Bat Shit, Douchemaster, and more, along with unreleased tracks from his deep vault of garishly nightmarish goodies you've still not laid ears upon. His music spans a spectrum of deranged styles, from the intimidating and visceral to the rivetingly morose.

>Too $hort
– Born To Mack [Reissue/1987] LP (Plain)
HQ-180 vinyl reissue of the rapper's 1987 album.

>Various Artists
– Charred Remains 2xLP (Radio Raheem)
In the annals of early ‘80s American hardcore, no compilation holds more seminal weight than
Charred Remains. Initially released in 1982 on cassette through Bob Moore's Version Sound label and available in limited supply, the release served the world the first earfuls of such groundbreaking and legendary bands such as Hüsker Dü, Die Kreuzen, Void, Violent Apathy, Toxic Reasons, Articles Of Faith, Rebel Truth, Personality Crisis, and Sin 34.
>Vladislav Delay
– Visa LP (Rapatti)
Released last week on CD – now available on vinyl. Sasu Ripatti is one of electronic music's most prolific and eclectic producers. Throughout the last two decades Ripatti has explored every imaginable genre with over 20 albums under aliases such as Luomo and Sistol. A classically trained percussionist, the Finnish native has also performed as a part of the Moritz Von Oswald Trio and his own Vladislav Delay Quartet. He returns now under his Vladislav Delay moniker with a uniquely inspired album.
Visa is Ripatti's first foray into ambient music in over ten years, yet it is not simply passive background music. Rather it is an active entity, a soundscape built from textured layers of evocative industrial noises and dream-like melodic loops.
>Chris Weisman
– Monet In The ‘90s LP+MP3 (OSR)
New solo album from the former member of Happy Birthday (the short-lived and long-loved Sub Pop outfit). An oppositional spectrum spanning from "pop"-simplicity tropisms and cannabinoidal rock theatrics to the kind of mystical harmonic complexity and radical engineering that would never fly in HB. RIYL: Robyn Hitchcock, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Joni Mitchell, King Tuff.

>Hartley C. White
– This Is Not What You Expect LP+MP3 (OSR)
A collection of material recorded from 1984-2009. Hartley is the progenitor of a style of music he calls Whopazootic, which he has described as "a non-classical music utilizing a broken rhythm." RIYL: 10CC, Sly & The Family Stone, Willis Earl Beal, Ariel Pink.

>Wildbirds & Peacedrums
– Rhythm CD (Leaf)
Released last week on CD – now available on vinyl. Wildbirds & Peacedrums return with their first record in four years; lean, hungry and defiant. In stripping back to their roots—drums and voice—they have discovered an unblinking directness, a taut muscularity honed from years of intensive live performance.

>XTRMST
– XTRMST LP+CD (Dim Mak)
Assembled by Jade Puget and Davey Havok of AFI, XTRMST represents and embodies the unwavering passion and fury of the modern straight edge movement.

>YaHoWa13
- Savage Sons Of Yahowa [Reissue/1974] LP (Drag City)
Musically, YaHoWa13 go it on their own, with Octavius, Sunflower, Djinn, and Rhythm collaborating with Electron, who supplies powerful lead vocals. The guttural nature of Electron's vocal sound may recall the name of Beefheart to some, and Electron is occupying the same unconsciousness, free in the communal slipstream, with less blues and more country gospel in his soul.

>Adrian Younge
– Black Dynamite [OST/2009] LP (Linear Labs)
The first official release from multi-instrumentalist/composer/arranger/producer Adrian Younge,
Black Dynamite [OST] was the meticulously crafted sonic accompaniment to the 2009 Michael Jai White comedy. The title is now being reissued as a limited edition picture disc on Younge's own Linear Labs imprint.
>Zeds Dead
– Somewhere Else LP (Mad Decent)
Having already established themselves as one of the most versatile and ambitious act around, DC and Hooks break new sonic territory with eight tracks that that cover a wide spectrum of electronic music. Joining the Toronto duo on the record is Twin Shadow for the house anthem "Lost You." Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Ferrell makes an appearance closing track "Blink."

>John Zorn
– Song Project Vinyl Singles Edition 6x7" (Tzadik)
Including music originally written for Naked City, Masada, The Dreamers, a variety of film soundtracks and more,
The Song Project is a retrospective of some of Zorn's most lyrical compositions from the past 30 years. Features the voices of Mike Patton, Jesse Harris, and Sofia Rei. Limited edition box set of six vinyl 45RPM singles with a 32pg book filled with photos and lyrics.
released 10 NOVEMBER 2014
>2:54 – The Other I CD/LP+CD (Bella Union)
From the expansive, tempo-shifting opener "Orion" and the pining roots of "The Monaco" to the ambient haunts of "Tender Shoots" and the shape-shifting tour de force of "Raptor," new album
The Other I widens significantly the net beyond the achievements of 2:54's self-titled debut.
>The Rance Allen Group
– Celebrate CD (Tyscot)
"You don't reinvent yourself; you get better with what you do" -- Bill Cosby. Like the comedy legend, The Rance Allen Group knows a thing or two about getting better with time and their new release,
Celebrate, proves it. The group's trailblazing legacy in Gospel music shines even brighter as their signature vocals, coupled with hot new music production, created the infectious radio hit "A Lil' Louder (Clap Your Hands)."
>…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
– IX 2xCD (Superball Music)
"On their ninth album …And You Will Us By The Trail Of Dead are steadily continuing their journey towards being a normal rock band, but remain unable to quite finish it. As far back as their first album they've been touring the various hotspots of psychedelia, punk, classical and world music, all with a maniacal, effervescent touch. Accuse them of failing at some of these stylistic endeavors, fine - but to their immense credit, they've never been mere genre dilettantes. Nor is
IX a reactionary 'back-to-basics' attempt at shedding their excesses; it's confirmation that TOD haven't forgotten how to write exemplary, robust rock songs." – The Quietus
>Anatomy Of Habit
– Ciphers + Axioms CD/LP (Relapse)
The Chicago post-metal/noise rock unit unveils their Relapse debut. Fronted by noise icon Mark Solotroff of Bloodyminded, Anatomy Of Habit boasts an all-star lineup featuring drummer John McEntire (Tortoise, The Sea And Cake, Gastr Del Sol etc.), guitarist Will Lindsay (Indian, Wolves In The Throne Room etc.), percussionist Theo Katsaounis (Joan Of Arc) and bassist Kenny Rasmussen (ex Radar Eyes).

>Antemasque
– Antemasque CD/LP (Nadie Sounds)
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala of At The Drive-In and the Mars Volta launch a labyrinthine new project called Antemasque with help from drummer Dave Elitch and Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea.

>Antony & The Johnsons
– Turning CD+DVD (Secretly Canadian)
Turning is a double-disc concert film documentary captured during the critically acclaimed tour of Europe during the fall of 2006.
>Andrea Belfi
– Natura Morta CD/LP+MP3 (Miasmah)
Belfi mixes influences from both Italian minimalism and the electro-acoustic contemporary scene.
Natura Morta fits somewhere between the electronics of Keith Fullerton Whitman, the percussive repetitions of Jon Mueller, and the atmospheric sensibility of Pan American.
>Anguish
– Mountain Jewel CD (Dark Decent)
Anguish's brand new album,
Mountain Jewel, sees the band expanding upon their oppressive brand of doom metal. The follow-up of 2012's Through The Archdemon's Head is stripped down from its predecessor, clocking in at 48 minutes (eight tracks) but injects more variation.
>Brogan Bently
– The Snake CD (Stones Throw)
Brogan Bentley first appeared on Leaving Records in 2012 with a tantalizingly brief self-titled cassette EP. After a highly productive incubation period, the young producer returns with his debut LP,
The Snake. Its 12 compositions are filled with dark and hazy electronic beats. The artist has opened up for well-known acts such as INC, Animal Collective and more.
>Bedhead
– 1992-1998 4xCD (Numero)
The complete studio recordings of Dallas, Texas slow-core pioneers. Every cymbal crash, guitar brush, and whisper, across four CDs. Includes
WhatFunLifeWas, Beheadd, Transaction De Novo, & an additional disc overflowing with singles, EPs, and outtakes, alongside a perfect bound book dissecting the quintet's nervous slouch through the '90s. (Each album is also available on HQ-180gm vinyl.)
>Chris Bell
– I Am The Cosmos [Reissue/1992/2009] 2xCD (Rhino)
Digitally remastered and expanded double-CD edition of this album from the singer/songwriter and former member of Big Star. Though the album was recorded in the mid to late '70s, it remained unreleased until 1992. This expanded edition includes alternate versions and additional tracks, and three songs by Bell's pre-Big Star groups, Icewater and Rock City.

>Big K.R.I.T.
– Cadillactica CD (Def Jam)
"For his second Def Jam album,
Cadillactica, Mississippi hip-hop auteur Big K.R.I.T. leaves behind the ‘dirty dirty third coast muddy water' and blasts right off into the stratosphere. The album is a 15-song Afro-futurist concept-suite taking place on the fictional planet named in the title. To take us there, K.R.I.T. has expanded his sonic palette to boldly go where his dependable country-rap mixtapes have never gone before – rubbery Zapp noises, choirs of Kate Bush-style moans, cinematic marching band drums, cicadas – in addition to his first time ever working with multiple outside producers (including Raphael Saddiq and Jim Jonsin)." – Rolling Stone
>The Birthday Massacre
– Superstition CD/LP (Metropolis)
Sixth full-length studio album by Canadian synth-rock band.

>Blue King Brown
– Born Free CD/LP (Lionhouse)
The third album from the Australian roots-reggae band,
Born Free was recorded on location at Bob Marley's legendary Tuff Gong studios in Kingston, Jamaica, Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne, as well as Blue King Brown's studio in Melbourne.
>Garth Brooks
– Man Against Machine CD (RCA)
The country star's first new album in 13 years.

>Broughton's Rules
– Anechoic Horizon CD (Relapse)
A post-rock band with a bit of the Don Caballero in them (literally and figuratively), Broughton's Rules unleash their second record of emotive guitar signalling and climactic skyscraping.
Anechoic Horizon is a purely instrumental work that evokes the genre's blank and beautiful heydays.
>Zac Brown Band
– Greatest Hits So Far… CD (Southern Ground)
11 of the 14 tracks are former #1 singles. Includes 'Chicken Fried', 'Whatever It Is', 'Free' and more.

>Carcass
– Surgical Steel/Surplus Steel CD (Nuclear Blast)
When
Surgical Steel was released late last year, there were several alternate versions released around the world with bonus tracks. This updated version captures all of those tracks in one release. Vinyl version due November 24.
>Celestial Shore
– Enter Ghost CD/LP+MP3 (Hometapes)
Celestial Shore's second album,
Enter Ghost, is a directive, a confession, and a confrontation. It's the reflection of its makers -- Sam Owens, Greg Albert, and Max Almario -- and the follow-up to 10x, their 2013 debut. It's a rock record, and one with the power to time travel with its instruments intact: the electric guitar, the electric bass, and the drum kit. (Vinyl pressed on milky-clear wax.)
>The Circus Devils
– Escape CD/LP (Happy Jack)
The 13th full-length from former Guided By Voices members takes a break from their brash psychedelic rock to gear down with a collection of acoustic ballads; friendly, lo-fi pop; and murky, otherworldly mood pieces.

>Gene Clark
– Two Sides To Every Story [Reissue/1977] CD/LP (High Moon)
Reissue of the long out-of-print solo album from founding member of The Byrds, expanded with live full-band performances from 1975 and never before aired 1974 interview by B. Mitchel Reed.

>Cool Ghouls
– A Swirling Fire Burning Through The Rye CD/LP (Empty Cellar)
A Swirling Fire Burning Through The Rye was recorded live to tape by San Francisco's Sonny Smith (Sonny And The Sunsets) and mixed and mastered by Mikey Young (Total Control, Eddy Current Suppression Ring), elevating the band's psychedelic garage jams to a whole new level.
>Crazy Lixx
– Crazy Lixx CD (Frontiers)
With their fourth album, Sweden's finest sleaze rock merchants have grown as a band and perfected their sound. The self-titled album hits you with 11 anthemic rock songs that will satisfy both the hardcore Lixx fans as well as fans of melodic hard rock and hair metal in general.

>Cult Of Youth
– Final Days CD/LP (Sacred Bones)
For their third full-length for Sacred Bones, Cult Of Youth have delved deeper into their style of punk-influenced psychedelic neo-folk and created a self-described "post-industrial
Pet Sounds." Using acoustic and electronic instruments, found sounds and an extensive tribal rhythm section, Cult Of Youth have put it all out on the table and left us with their magnum opus.
>Eric Darius
– Retro Forward CD (Shanachie)
Eric Darius is one of the true rising stars of smooth/urban jazz. Adored by his growing legion of fans, Eric tours constantly with such superstars as Maxwell, Joe, Mary J. Blige, Prince, and many others.

>Devilment
– The Great And Secret Show CD (Nuclear Blast)
"Having fronted black metallers Cradle Of Filth for over two decades, Dani Filth has turned his mangled hand to something else and, with promises from his side-project, Temple Of The Black Moon continually falling short, this outing with Devilment on
The Great And Secret Show is a welcome one. As long as you delve into this album expecting something different from Cradle Of Filth, then there's plenty to dig your claws into. Devilment's core sound is based around earth-shattering riffs from Daniel Finch and Colin Parks, whose thick, defiant guitars anchor the record, allowing them to embrace a smorgasbord of styles while still remaining true to their original form." – Stereoboard.com
>Dire Omen
– Wrestling The Revelation Of Futility CD (Dark Decent)
Genuine charnel and blackened death metal from Canada.

>Dirty Beaches
– Stateless CD/LP (Zoo Music)
On the four-song (his final album as Dirty Beaches)
Stateless, Zhang Hungtai further explores the instrumental side of his identity that has been present since his first release in 2007. The album is a reflection on Zhang Hungtai's upbringing in various locales (Taipei/Honolulu/Montreal) and the past two years of living and drifting in Europe. The title reflects several years of reflection on associated ideas like Diaspora, borders and hybridism.
>Disdained
– Kill My Only Enemy CD (Disdained)
Debut album from the female-fronted progressive metal band.

>Downfall Of Gaia
- Aeon Unveils The Thrones Of Decay CD (Metal Blade)
As a slave to time, mankind is marching to the beat of a perpetually ticking clock. Musically, the album gives the listener less time to breath and features a more aggressive songwriting style than fans have heard on Downfall Of Gaia‘s their previous releases. It is as aggressive and relentless as time itself.

>Dream Police
– Hypnotized CD (Sacred Bones)
Dream Police is an American musical production by Nick Chiericozzi and Mark Perro. The project began in 2010 as a reservoir for ideas that overflowed from The Men's drain pipe. In that same year, a two-song cassette single was self-released, with a follow-up live document in 2011. Most recently, the duo has conceived an LP with longtime sonic partner, Kyle Keays-Hagerman from late 2013 through early 2014. Although the production began using the most conservative rock and roll devices, it slowly plumed into a cloud of future primitive psychedelia.

>Drowning Pool
– Sinner [Reissue/2001] 2xCD (Concord Music Group)
Unlucky 13
th Anniversary Deluxe Edition features the original album remastered plus 13 unreleased demos.
>Marianne Faithfull
– Give My Love To London CD (Easy Sound/Naïve)
Faithfull's new album features contributions from Adrian Utley, Anna Calvi, Ed Harcourt, Brian Eno, Warren Ellis, Roger Waters, Jim Sclavunos, Nick Cave, and Steve Earle.

>Falls Of Rauros
– Believe In No Coming Shore CD (Nordvis)
A masterwork of emotive and passionate blackened metal deeply influenced by genres such as folk and Americana.

>Foo Fighters
– Sonic Highways CD/LP (RCA)
Though not a soundtrack album by any stretch,
Sonic Highways shares its title with the Dave Grohl-directed currently running HBO series described by Grohl as a love letter to the history of American music. For the album and series, Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear wrote and recorded one song in each of these eight cities, delving into the local musical currents: how each region shaped these musicians in their formative years, and in turn the impact those people had on the cultural fabric of their hometowns. Available on CD and vinyl. The HQ-180gm vinyl album comes in an assortment of nine different limited edition covers including eight variants each themed for one of the cities in which the album was recorded: Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. When ordering this vinyl LP, customers will randomly receive one of the available nine limited edition versions. Each version will not be sold separately. The LP includes a card to secure a downloadable version.
>Foreseen HKI
– Helsinki Savagery CD (20 Buck Spin)
New album from the Finnish metal band. An explosive burst of raw crossover,
Helsinki Savagery fuses the 1980s iterations of US thrash (Vio-lence, Exodus) and urban hardcore (Cro-Mags, Leeway) to create a merciless album. Vinyl version due December 9.
>Frontier Ruckus
– Sitcom Afterlife CD/LP (Quite Scientific)
"With three albums of nostalgia-drenched heartland Americana under their banjo-encrusted belt, the band sounds to be headed in a slightly more straightforward pop direction with their newest LP." – CMJ

>Fugitives
– Everything Will Happen CD/LP (Light Organ)
New release from the Canadian outfit who have been described as '"the missing link between Leonard Cohen and the Pogues."

>Ghost Brigade
– IV: One With The Storm CD/LP (Season Of Mist)
New album from the Finnish melancholic metallers.

>G-Unit
– The Beauty Of Independence CDEP (G-Unit)
New EP from the rap supergroup, their first release since reuniting. Features original members 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo And Young Buck.

>Hail Mary Mallon
– Bestiary CD/LP (Rhymesayers)
Aesop Rock & Rob Sonic are Hail Mary Mallon returning with their second album
Bestiary.
>Hanzel Und Gretyl
– Black Forest Metal CD/LP (Metropolis)
Black Forest Metal is the band's seventh studio release, and marks the beginning of a new era: darker, heavier, and more metal than metal.
>Hookworms
– The Hum CD/LP (Domino)
Hookworms' reputation, like
The Hum itself, lies in the drone and the uncontrollable constants of their music that remain even after they've shattered its thick atmosphere with sharp punches of proto-punk-inspired malevolence. Flinging themselves into the public's consciousness with 2013's Pearl Mystic, their debut LP's perfect storm of billowing textures and napalm-filled Modern Lovers licks was one of the most-acclaimed albums of 2013 -- receiving plaudits from The Guardian, NME and Drowned In Sound -- where it was their Album Of The Year.
>Jon Hopkins
– Asleep Versions CD/LP+MP3 (Domino)
Asleep Versions is a re-imagining of tracks from Ivor Novello-nominated electronic producer and composer Jon Hopkins' critically acclaimed 2013 studio album Immunity.
>Whitney Houston
– Live: Her Greatest Performances CD/CD+DVD (Arista)
From her first TV performance of "Home" on
The Merv Griffin Show in 1989 to her 2009 performance of "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
>The Icky Boyfriends
– Live In San Francisco CD (Castle Face)
These are stories of strung-out super heroes singing the praises of the old school San Francisco freak scene. Hilarious at times, genius always and as scuzzy as anything you could ever hear. Vinyl version due December 9.

>Isles & Glaciers
– The Hearts Of Lonely People (Remixes) CD/LP (Equal Vision)
A completely revamped version of the emo/punk band's debut album.

>The Jazz June
– After The Earthquake CD/LP (Topshelf)
After The Earthquake is the first new studio album from The Jazz June since 2002. The album was produced by Evan Weiss (Into It. Over It.) and recorded at Gradwell Studios which resulted in a fresh take on the bands slightly aggressive and structurally complicated indie rock/emo sound.
>Job For A Cowboy
– Sun Eater CD (Metal Blade)
Fourth full-length album from the Arizona extreme metallers.

>Nick Jonas
– Nick Jonas CD (Universal)
Second solo album from the multi-talented recording artist and actor – available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds three bonus tracks.

>JPNSGRLS
– Circulation CD/LP (Light Organ)
New release from the Canadian alt-rock band compared to "Dinosaur Jr. on a speed binge with Hot Hot Heat."

>Allan Kaprow
– How To Make A Happening [Reissue/1966] CD (Primary Information)
Allan Kaprow lays out eleven rules on how, and how not, to participate in the art movement he began in the late 1950s and which became known for its unpredictability, open scores, and constantly-evolving form. On Primary Information's CD—reissued with the cooperation of the Estate of Allan Kaprow and the Getty Research Institute—he speaks plainly into a microphone, delivering private cut-to-the-chase style instruction on Happenings that is both informative and contradictory, both a practical and theoretical how-to with frequent dead-pan humor.

>King Diamond
– Dreams Of Horror 2xCD (Metal Blade)
Career-spanning best-of collection from the iconic heavy metal band, featuring newly remastered versions of all tracks.

>The Kinks
– Muswell Hillbillies [Reissue/1971] CD+DVD (Sony Legacy)
Legacy Edition of The Kink's RCA debut includes nine bonus tracks and a bonus DVD of the band's 172 BBC performances.

>Krokodil
– Nachash CD (Spinefarm)
A body of work that succeeds in marrying brutal aggression to haunting melody, heavy groove and coiled-spring dynamics. Vinyl version due December 9.

>Love
– Black Beauty CD/LP+MP3 (High Moon)
Black Beauty, the never-before-released masterpiece by Arthur Lee's legendary band Love is making its first-ever official release in any format. Chosen as one of Time Magazine's most anticipated releases, critics are hailing the album as an instant classic. Black Beauty is that rarest of rock artifacts: an un-released, full-length studio album, from an undisputed musical genius. It represents the missing link in a catalog that also includes Forever Changes, the seminal 1967 Love album the New York Times called "one of the most affecting and beguiling albums of all time." With Black Beauty, Arthur Lee manages to combine searing '70s rock with gorgeous melodies and stellar songwriting - topped off by his most distinctive, snarling, soulful vocals ever.
>Machine Head
– Bloodstone & Diamonds CD/LP (Nuclear Blast)
Eighth album from the Bay Area metal titans – available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe Edition includes a limited edition 48-page hardcover book created by Rafal Wechterowicz, Marco Vasco and long-time Machine Head art collaborator Strephon Taylor.

>Mega Bog
– Gone Banana CD (Couple Skate)
A swirling pop cloud influenced equally by the emotional psychedelia of Kevin Ayers and the pop whimsy of Steely Dan. Sounding equal parts Ariel Pink and Prefab Sprout, Mega Bog rip through nine hazy burners with a sneaky tightness hidden behind layers of drizzle and reverb.

>Idina Menzel
– Live Barefoot At The Symphony CD+DVD (Concord)
2014 may very well be the year of Idina Menzel. The multi-talented actress and singer was thrust into the mainstream pop culture dialogue earlier this year with her performance of ''Let it Go,'' the enormously popular song off 2013's
Frozen soundtrack. The track not only won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2014, but has also remained at the top of the Billboard charts for months, selling millions of units worldwide.
>Ingrid Michaelson
– Lights Out 2xCD (Mom + Pop Music)
Deluxe edition of Michaelson's recent album has been expanded with a second disc featuring nine new tracks, along with two stripped down demos and a club remix of "Girls Chase Boys."

>Mounties
– Thrash Rock Legacy CD (Light Organ)
Debut album from this indie 'super trio' featuring singer/songwriter Hawksley Workman alongside Hot Hot Heat's Steve Bays and Limblifter's Ryan DahleIn. Features the singles "Headphones," "If This Dance Catches On" and "Tokyo Summer."

>Mouse On Mars
– 21 Again 2xCD (Monkeytown)
Double-CD compilation celebrating 21 years of the IDM pioneers, featuring collaborations with Tortoise, Scratch Pet Land, Oval, Tyondai Braxton, Cavern Of Anti-Matter, Modeselektor, Laetitia Sadier, Junior Boys, Machinedrum, Olivia Block, and Matthew Herbert.

>Nazoranai
- Most Painful Time Happens Only Once Has It Arrived Already? CD/2xLP (Ideologic Organ)
Live recorded collaboration between power-trio Keiji Haino (guitar, vocals and synth), Stephen O'Malley (bass guitar) and Oren Ambarchi (battery).

>Ne Obliviscaris
– Citadel CD/LP (Season Of Mist)
New album from the Australian progressive metal outfit.

>The New Basement Tapes
– Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes CD (Electromagnetic Recordings/Harvest)
Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes is a music event 47 years in the making. It's an historic album project from five of music's finest artists -- Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens (Carolina Chocolate Drops), Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Jim James (My Morning Jacket) and Marcus Mumford (Mumford & Sons) -- in unique collaboration with a 26-year-old Bob Dylan. Produced by project creator T Bone Burnett, the album was recorded in March, 2014 at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, where the artists and Burnett convened for two weeks to write and create music for a treasure trove of long-lost lyrics handwritten by Bob Dylan in 1967 during the period that generated the recording of the legendary Basement Tapes. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe includes five additional tracks. Vinyl version due November 24.
>New Build
– Pour It On CD/2xLP (Kartel)
"The various members of Hot Chip have, by now, spawned enough splinter material to allow us to move on from constant comparisons to the Mothership. Joe Goddard is two albums deep with The 2 Bears, and now fellow chips off the old block Al Doyle and Felix Martin have teamed up once again with studio engineer Tom Hopkins for New Build's second album outing.
Pour It On drives much further into the territory of electronic dance than their indie-leaning debut, with classic house-tinged characteristics propping up new wave vocals and synths. The lyrics can spill into the realm of over-earnestness at points, but overall this is slick and dancefloor-ready." – Clash Music
>Nots
– We Are Nots CD/LP (Goner)
Guitar-driven, synth-laden debut album from current/former members of Ex-Cult, Manatees.

>Old Man Gloom
– The Ape Of God I CD (Profound Lore)
Old Man Gloom – The Ape Of God II CD (Profound Lore)
A pair of new albums from one of the most inventive and influential bands in the post-hardcore/post-metal/experimental scene.
The Ape Of God balances colossal heaviness, experimental/ambient noise and a unique aesthetic presentation.
>Paperhead
– Africa Avenue CD/LP+MP3 (Trouble In Mind)
Recorded by the band themselves in bassist Peter Stringer-Hye's Nasville garage and mixed by Cooper Crain (Cave, Bitchin' Bajas),
Africa Avenue finds it's groove in it's unabashed melodicism and pop hooks. The band makes no bones of it's affection for ‘60s and ‘70s psychedelia, but Africa Avenue quietly tiptoes around easy comparisons, mutating itself into something more textured and intricate, leaning more towards avant-pop. (Limited quantities available on mixed color vinyl.)
>Pink Floyd
– The Endless River CD/CD+DVD/CD+Blu-ray/2xLP+MP3 (Columbia/Sony)
In early 1993, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright set up their equipment in their own Britannia Row Studios in Islington and created more than hundred pieces of music by jamming together, interacting with each other's performances and recording the results. In 2014 David Gilmour and Nick Mason re-entered the studio and, starting with unreleased keyboard performances by Richard Wright, who sadly died in 2008, added further instrumentation to the tracks, as well as creating new material. The result is
The Endless River, including 60% of recordings other than the 1993 sessions, but based upon them. The title is a further link, '... the endless river…' being part of the closing phrases of "High Hopes," the final song of the previous Pink Floyd album. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe features expanded box packaging with your choice of DVD or Blu-ray disc containing bonus tracks, stereo PCM, 5.1 DTS master audio and 5.1 PCM mixes, with all audio in high resolution 96kHz/24bit, as well as six music videos.
>Punishment Of Luxury
– Laughing Academy [Reissue/1980] CD (Lemon/Cherry Red)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1980 debut album from the British post-punk band including bonus tracks.

>Queen
– Forever CD/2xCD (Hollywood)
Queen Forever is available as a 20-track single CD and as an extended 36-track, two-CD set, and celebrates the extraordinary musical path of one of the world's greatest rock bands. Features three previously unreleased Queen tracks featuring late singer Freddie Mercury. Also includes the The Queen and Michael Jackson duet, "There Must Be More to Life Than This," which began as a song written by Mercury during sessions for Queen's 1981 album, Hot Space.
>Rated X
– Rated X CD (Frontiers)
album from the Hard Rock supergroup. Rated X is an exciting and fresh band built around the talents of four heavy-hitters of American hard rock. Comprised of vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple, Yngwie Malmsteen), guitarist Karl Cochran (Ace Frehley), fretless-bass monster Tony Franklin (The Firm, Blue Murder, Whitesnake) and iconic drummer Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Rod Stewart, Ozzy Osbourne, Blue Murder, King Kobra),

>Damien Rice
– My Favourite Faded Fantasy CD/2xLP+MP3 (WB)
My Favourite Faded Fantasy is Damien Rice's first collection of material in eight years and was produced by Rick Rubin and Rice himself. It is a selection of songs, which Rice says are "sung straight into the metaphorical mirror." Intimate, frank and revitalized by making music again, My Favourite Faded Fantasy is a record that accepts one's faults but also begins, perhaps, to appreciate one's ability to grow up. The recording process began in Los Angeles and finished up with a cast of friends and local musicians against the stunning backdrop of Reykjavik, Iceland.
>Joe Robinson
– Gemini 1 CDEP (Joe's Garage)
New EP from the Australian-born guitarist. A largely self-taught musician from Temagog, NSW, Joe is best known for his virtuoso guitar abilities and for winning the 2008 season of
Australia's Got Talent.
>Röyksopp
– The Inevitable End CD (Cherry Tree/Interscope)
New abum from the Norwegian electronic duo.
The Inevitable End is Röyksopp's most personal album to date and their second album release in the space of six months, following their critically acclaimed mini album Do It Again with fellow Scandinavian legend Robyn. "with The Inevitable End we've moved into a darker subject matter, with emphasis on the lyrical content. This candid approach feels very personal, sincere and conclusive," says RöykSvein.
>Secret Chiefs 3/Ishraqiyun
– Perichoresis CD (Mimicry)
Split release from alt-instrumental group Secret Chiefs 3 and their alter ego Ishraqiyum. Ishraqiyun has been characterized as the "neo-Pythagorean electro-folk" side of Secret Chiefs 3.
Perichoresis is the first proper set of studio recordings of their material, paired with a healthy dose of new, previously unheard tunes.
>Serengeti
– Kenny Dennis III CD/2xLP (Joyful Noise)
New album from Serengeti - Chicago rapper and Sisyphus band-member (with Sufjan Stevens and Son Lux).
Kenny Dennis III continues the saga of 'Geti's blue-collar character, featuring sizable contributions from Anders Holm of Workaholics. This is the second Kenny Dennis LP, and the third installment of Serengeti's foray into the guise of Kenny Dennis. It furthers Serengeti's hilarious, absurdist, and subtly humane saga of a Chicago-born man with a Mike Ditka mustache, whose lovable delusions and diehard loyalty fall somewhere between Homer Simpson and a Bill Swerski Superfan. (Vinyl version pressed on neon splatter wax.)
>Bobby Shmurda
– Shmurda She Wrote CDEP (Epic)
New EP from the rap sensation.

>Son Little
– Things I Forgot CDEP (Anti)
Things I Forgot opens with "The River," a seductive and ominous reconstruction of American blues infused with elements of hip-hop. Next up is "Your Love Will Blow Me Away When My Heart Aches" which Little describes as "Wu-Tang sea shanty with the Beatles on background vocals." The slinky guitar groove of "Cross My Heart" bears haunting witness to departed friends, while "Joy" re-invents the cathartic soul ballad and delivers conclusive proof of Little's vocal power. "Alice" is propelled by distorted guitar and raw simple drumming, offering an inventive and captivating mix of garage punk and psychedelic soul.
>SSS
– Limp. Gasp. Collapse. CD/LP (Prosthetic)
Short Sharp Shock aka SSS live up their name, making snappy, quality thrash with a strong hardcore/crossover vibe.

>Vince Staples
– Hell Can Wait CDEP (Def Jam)
The first official EP from rapper Vince Staples. Includes production from Infamous, No I.D., and others.

>Such Gold
– The New Sidewalk CD (Razor & Tie)
The pop/punk band from Rochester, NY completed their new studio album with Bill Stevenson (Descendents, A Wilhelm Scream, Propagandhi). Vinyl version due December 2.

>Sunbears
– Future Sound CD/LP (New Granada)
New album from the Jacksonville, Florida psych pop outfit (one of the fwends featured on The Flaming Lips' recent
Sgt. Pepper's tribute album, With A Little Help From My Fwends).
>Swingin Utters
– Fistful Of Hollow CD/LP (Fat Wreck Chords)
Classic street-punk with a wide array of folk, country, garage-rock, and honky-tonk embellishments, Fistful of Hollow continues to leak into new territory with their ever-expanding infusion of influences.

>Tallesen
– Stills Lit Through CD (Software)
A hallucinatory experience rife with echoes of Autechre's corporal maneuver. Vinyl version due November 24.

>Tears For Fears
– Songs From The Big Chair [Reissue/1984] CD/2xCD/4xCD+2xDVD/LP (Mercury)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the British duo's 1985 release including bonus tracks. Deluxe two-CD edition includes a bonus CD containing non-album single edits, mixes and more. The six-disc Super Deluxe version adds a multitude of remixes and B-sides, plus a disc of nine previously unreleased tracks and a 5.1 surround sound version of the album mixed by renowned musician and audio engineer Steven Wilson.

>Tokio Hotel
– Kings Of Suburbia CD/2xCD (De-Code Ltd.)
Sixth studio album by German rock band – Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe two-CD edition includes four bonus tracks plus an interview with the band.

>Torn Hawk
– Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time CD (Mexican Summer)
It's difficult to neatly categorize Luke Wyatt's genre-refracting productions. The nuts and bolts are built from live guitar, drum machines, junky synths, and layers of samples which are smeared into a cohesive whole. His guitar moves between the meditations of Manuel Gottsching, the jangle-grid of The Chameleons, and the saturation of Medicine. Throw in the melodrama of a sax on a Don Henley hit, and you get a better idea of his playfully sincere sensibility. Vinyl version due November 24.

>Usnea
– Random Cosmic Violence CD/LP (Relapse)
"In a year that has already delivered amazing new records from Yob, Pallbearer, Triptykon, Thou, Eyehategod, and Indian (among others), it's pretty close to impossible to show up in mid-November with an album of sludge/funeral doom and make any sort of impact. But Random Cosmic Violence — the sophomore LP from Portland, OR's Usnea — arrives with the force of an asteroid, and leaves behind a f**king crater." -- Stereogum

>Various Artists
– Air Texture IV 2xCD (Air Texture)
Fourth volume in the series curated by Steve Hauschildt and Bnjmn. Includes tracks from Hauschildt, Bnjmn, Teebs, Lukid, Event Cloak, Legowelt, Le Révélateur, Pulse Emitter, Hieroglyphic Being, Heathered Pearls, and more.

>Various Artists
– All Of Your Friends Friends CD (K Records)
All Of Your Friends Friends is a seminal Northwest hip-hop compilation album produced entirely off of samples pulled from the K catalogue. Featuring over 30 of the most unique MCs from the region including members of mega-crews Oldominion and the Sandpeople, the album also introduces a host of hidden talent from Olympia, WA - K's sonic stomping ground.
>Various Artists
– Pop Ambient 2015 CD/LP+CD (Kompakt)
The 2015 edition of the annual series features debutant soundsmiths such as Thore Pfeiffer and Max Wurden as well as returning
Pop Ambient staples such as Leandro Fresco, Ulf Lohmann, and Jens-Uwe Beyer.
>Various Artists
– Ten Cities CD (Soundway)
Berlin, Bristol, Cairo, Johannesburg, Kyiv, Lagos, Lisbon, Luanda, Nairobi, Naples. 50 electronic music producers and instrumentalists from these ten cities were invited to collaborate in studios over the course of more than six months. As a result hip-hop from the squats of Naples, dubstep and bass from Bristol and Lisbon, experimental techno from Berlin and jazz-tinged deep-house from Kiev are thrust upon the pumping kuduro of Luanda, the free- thinking crackled electronica of Cairo, the Afro-jazz of Lagos and Johannesburg, and the Sheng street slang of Kenyan hip-hop and rap. A selection of the results of these cross-continental experiments can be heard on this record.

>Voyeurs
– Rhubarb Rhubarb CD/LP (Heavenly/PIAS America)
"If there's a line to be drawn between T-Rex and Bowie, The Beatles and The Kinks – that isn't a couple of decades in time, then it's possible to continue it right through to
Rhubarb Rhubarb. A delightfully fun record." -- DIY
>Wildbirds & Peacedrums
– Rhythm CD (Leaf)
Wildbirds & Peacedrums return with their first record in four years; lean, hungry and defiant. In stripping back to their roots—drums and voice—they have discovered an unblinking directness, a taut muscularity honed from years of intensive live performance. Vinyl version due next week, November 18.

>Witch Mountain
– South Of Salem [Reissue/2011] CD (Mountastic)
Witch Mountain was formed in Portland, Oregon, in 1997 by Rob Wrong and Sunn-O))) collaborator Nathan Carson. Between 1998 and 2002 Witch Mountain was a live staple in the Northwest and on the national circuit, touring with Weedeater and Spirit Caravan and gigging with the likes of Lost Goat, Bongzilla, Goatsnake, Acid King, High On Fire, Orange Goblin, Electric Wizard, YOB, Unsane, EyeHateGod, Alabama Thunderpussy, Clutch, Unida, Solitude Aeturnus, Unorthodox, Sour Vein, Isis, Soilent Green, Karma to Burn, Nebula, Penance, Raging Slab, Warhorse, Agalloch, Thrones, etc., etc.

>The World Inferno Friendship Society
– This Packed Funeral CD/LP (Alternative Tentacles)
New album from the veteran punk rock cabaret ensemble. Equal parts punk, soul, klezmer and jazz, replete with horns, piano, guitar and a lot of boys and girls with very sharp teeth, the Brooklyn-based group's must-see stage charisma rivals Slim Cessna's Auto Club. The ensemble has over 40 members, including a guy from Dexys Midnight Runners who's in Black 47 now. Only about seven to thirteen show up at any given time due to parole restrictions, so one never can tell how crowded the dressing room is going to be.

>Mike Zito
– Songs From The Road: Live In Texas CD+DVD (Ruf)
Zito's
Songs From The Road is a two-disc set that captures Mike at full throttle on his adopted home-turf. This DVD and live album were recorded on January 10th, 2014, at Dosey Doe at The Woodlands, TX, to a sold-out crowd of crazy Texans.

DVDs + Blu-ray:
>The Doors
- Feast Of Friends DVD/Blu-ray (Eagle Vision)
Filmed in 1968,
Feast Of Friends was the first and only film produced about The Doors by The Doors. It offers a cinematic look at The Doors on the road during their summer ‘68 tour. While never truly completed, the film provides a stylistic approach in true sixties cinema verite style. Concert performances are intercut with fly-on-the-wall footage of the group in their natural habitat, sometimes playful, sensitive, chaotic and touching.

This Week's Vinyl Exclusives:
>Cannonball Adderly Sextet
– In New York: Recorded Live At The Village Vanguard [Reissue/1962] LP (Concord Music Group)
An exceedingly excellent live date from the legendary Village Vanguard, In New York captures the recording debut of the Adderley Sextet and finds Cannonball gliding through seven tunes with swinging ease on alto saxophone. Joined by brother Nat on cornet, and the versatile Yusef Lateef on tenor, flute, and oboe, Cannonball and his crew turn in what All About Jazz calls "perhaps the single most indispensable recording by the Adderley Brothers."

>Alberich
– NATO-Uniformen 2xLP (Hospital Productions)
This gatefold double LP set is a redacted version of Alberich's indomitable, spirit-crushing opus,
NATO-Uniformen, cut from 30 tracks in the original eight-cassette box (limited to 50 copies) to 19 tracks on this version, edited in 2014 for the Trans Industrial Assembly in NYC. Originally deployed in 2010, its bombed-out luster has become a firm favorite of everyone from Blackest Ever Black's Kiran Sande to Endangered Species' Vereker. Between the bludgeoned doom techno of "Skysweeper," the shell-strewn darkwave scenes of "Man Is Ready" and the Carpenter-esque adrenalizer, "Immortality Is No Consolation for Death," Alberich finds a very specific line through heavy electronics, synth zones, and dread techno, and holds it to the last with a shell-shocked, eviscerated aesthetic most unlike any other.
>Jorn Aleskjaer
- I'm So Glad I Spent This Day With You LP (Sounds Familyre)
Aleskjaer's musical scope stretches from Todd Rundgren-like pop-soul to Beach Boys '70s harmony escapades, often Dennis Wilson-esque songs and performances.

>Andersen/Pleym Group
- Have Your Own Feeling, Have Your Own Way [Reissue/1971] 2xLP (Mayfair Music)
Official reissue of rare Norwegian private press psych LP.

>Iggy Azalea
– The New Classic 2xLP (Def-Jam)
Released earlier this year on CD – now available on vinyl. Debut album by the Australian rapper. Azalea would be the first to admit that she's something of an outsider in the world of rap. As a white girl from rural Australia, raised in the small New South Wales town of Mullumbimby (population: 3,000), how could she not be? It's appropriate that she's risen to the status of one of the most promising new MCs in an era when hip-hop has never been more open to artists from a diversity of backgrounds.

>Balmorhea
– Heir 7"+MP3 (Western Vinyl)
Two new songs on color vinyl. "Heir I" starts things off slowly with a Wurlitzer's somber tremolo and some gently propulsive electric bass, soon joined by vibes and a soaring violin melody.

>Bedhead
– WhatFunLifeWas [Reissue/1993] LP (Numero)
Bedhead – Beheadd [Reissue/1996] LP (Numero)
Bedhead – Transaction De Novo [Reissue/1998] LP (Numero)
HQ-180gm vinyl represses of the Texas slow-core pioneers only three albums.

>Boris
– The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked LP (Taiga)
Fourth and final installment in the series includes a slipcase intended to house all four LPs in
The Chronicle. Makes use of the raw, unsettling drone elements that are their trademark.
>Cannibal
– Cannibal LP (Primary Information)
A disorienting tour de force of the lower forms of music. Guided by a collective deftness for derailment, Destroy All Monster's Cary Loren, Cameron Jamie, and the Belgian minister of exploitation Dennis Tyfus hallucinate fifteen tracks of erratic electronics, deranged and incantatory narration, harmonica, jaw harp, dollar-bin records, found poetry, vocal sound techniques, etc. Silkscreened jacket.

>Christina Carter
– Masque Feminine [2008] LP+MP3 (Root Strata)
Vinyl reissue of 2008 album originally released as a CDR on Many Breaths. The co-founder of Charalambides has concentrated her most recent work on exploring extended improvisational guitar, with and without song-medley structures.

>Rhys Chatham
– Reve Parisien LP (Primary Information)
Four new compositions performed live at Jacob Kassay's 2010 exhibition at Art: Concept in Paris, loosely functioning as an audio catalogue and soundtrack to the exhibition. Rhys Chatham abandoned the trumpet style he developed in the '90s for a non-distorted, less effects-driven sound that complements his minimalist compositions and free jazz training. Gatefold jacket with die-cut cover.

>The Chicago Triangle
– Emergence LP (Permanent)
Previously unknown, Acid-Archives worthy, private press, basement hardrock/prog from mid-‘70s Chicago. "The Chicago Triangle is a flock of the rarest birds: a Latino hard rock quartet, emerging from Chicago's near-north side, and also harboring an arcane interest in the mysticism of the triangle. Although it was released in 1977, it could have been 1969, or 1989, or 2015… in any decade, it was destined for deepest obscurity, and is now of most profound interest." -- Rob Sevier, Numero Group

>Coffinworm
– IV.I.VIII LP (The Flenser)
New release from the notorious Indianapolis-based blackened doom metal band. Far more complex and lacerating than anything the band has attempted thus far,
IV.I.VIII offers six tracks of pure, blackened, unholy doom metal terror that will serve as the soundtrack to the inevitable dark era soon to befall this feeble mortal coil. CD version due next week, November 18.
>Co La
– Hegemony Of Delete LP (Primary Information)
Electronic music in dialogue with the real rhythms of work and leisure by Baltimore-based Matt Papich, whose six songs here are structurally digressive, rhythmically protean, and littered with distorting spatial impressions and musical non-sequiturs (the interjection of anonymous voices, ambient noise, dryly evocative samples, etc.), all of which contribute to
Hegemony Of Delete's sense of artifice. Yet the music never gets carried away with itself, mysteriously articulating its own obscure, fleeting circumstances, even as it shapes them—a delicately maintained feedback circuit, a relaxed conversation with a synthetic atmosphere.
>Color Morale
– Hold On Pain Ends LP (Fearless)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. The Color Morale is a metalcore band from Rockford, Illinois.

>Consumer Electronics
– Estuary English 2x12"+CD (Dirter Promotions)
The unlikely trio of aging renegade Philip Best (Whitehouse, Ramleh, Skullflower, etc.), hip US artist Sarah Froelich and producer/guru Russell Haswell unleash a set of new recordings. HQ-180 vinyl with CD.

>Contact
– First Contact LP+MP3 (Temporary Residence)
Contact is a new band featuring A.E. Paterra of Zombi and Majeure, and acclaimed film composer Paul Lawler.
First Contact blends ‘70s Pink Floyd sprawl, the nostalgic wonder of early ‘80s science documentaries, and John Carpenter's ‘80s sci-fi action films.
>Crayon
– Brick Factory [Reissue/1994] LP+MP3 (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
20th anniversary reissue with download including 21 bonus songs. Crayon took the burgeoning sound of twee pop and added punk elements, sounding something like a cross between UK indiepop bands like the Pastels and more abrasive American bands like Unwound.

>Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras
– Catholic LP (Dark Entries)
Vinyl issue of this lost opus of disco pioneer Patrick Cowley and Indoor Life vocalist Jorge Socarras, arranged and recorded by Cowley in his home studio, 1975-1979. Perhaps one of the most revolutionary and influential people in the canon of disco music, Cowley created his own brand of Hi-NRG dance music, "The San Francisco Sound."

>Creedence Clearwater Revival
– The Complete Studio Albums 7xLP+MP3 (Back To Black)
Seven-LP box set brings together the legendary band's entire studio output in one comprehensive collection, all on HQ-180gm vinyl. The collection features all of the band's instantly recognizable hits, including "Proud Mary," "Bad Moon Rising," "Fortunate Son," "Who'll Stop the Rain," "Lookin' Out My Back Door," "Travelin' Band," and "Down On The Corner."

>Dreamsalon
– Soft Stab LP (Dragnet)
Dreamsalon is a Seattle supergroup trio who began in 2012, rising from the ashes of the band Evening Meetings. Falling somewhere between post-garage and post-punk, they bring to mind bands like The Fall channeled through Pere Ubu and The Gun Club.

>Empire
– Expensive Sound [Reissue/1981] LP (Drastic Plastic)
A major influence on the Washington DC hardcore and emo scene, from Bob "Derwood" Andrews and Mark Laff (Generation X). Available on HQ-200gm black and 150gm opaque red vinyl.

>Finch
– Back To Oblivion LP (Razor & Tie)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. In 2003, Finch took the post-hardcore world by storm with its gold-selling, debut record,
What It Is To Burn. In 2006, the band released their sophomore album, Say Hello To Sunshine. In 2013 (after a band hiatus), Finch reunited for a 10 Year Anniversary Tour of What It Is to Burn, playing the album from start to finish in venues all over the world. Back To Oblivion is there first new album in five years.
>Flesh Lights
– Free Yourself LP (12xU)
Guitarist/vocalist Max Vandever and cousin Elissa Ussery (drums/vocals) migrated from San Antonio and began their assault on Austin's live music dumps in 2008 playing as a duo under ill-advised names including but not limited to Candle Shop & The Psychic Reader, Dead Leger, and Carousel Images. After poaching bassist/vocalist Jeremy Steen from an early lineup of The Gospel Trugh, the newly dubbed Flesh Lights, the trio quickly became a fixture on whatever you-got-songs-in-my-punk/you-got-punk-in-my-songs circuit that began to coalesce around the alleged live music capital.

>Flipper
– Love [Reissue/2009] LP (Flipper)
Flipper – Fight (Live) [Reissue/2009] LP (Flipper)
Limited represses of two of the punk band's 2009 releases, now available on white vinyl and on clear vinyl, respectively.

>Mike & Cara Gangloff
– Black Ribbon Of Death, Silver Thread Of Life LP (MIE)
Third in a series of loosely connected melodic investigations, featuring the far-reaching improvisation familiar from his work w/ the old-time string band Black Twig Pickers and the acoustic-drone outfit Pelt.

>Yonatan Gat
– Iberian Passage LP (Joyful Noise)
Solo album from Monotonix guitarist. Inspired by African ensembles such as Orchestra Baobab, and the early work of Brazilian psychedelic experimentalists Os Mutantes, Gat blends his punk influences with the wild improvisational spirit of Miles Davis and Charles Mingus. White vinyl.

>Grasshopper
– Dark Sabbath: Symbols Of Evil LP (Hausu Mountain)
Multi-instrumental sessions of overwhelming synth drone and feedback-soaked noise animated by the howling voices of live trumpet performances.
Dark Sabbath pushes Grasshopper's uncompromising live assault to new heights of doom-worshipping heaviness and tonal abstraction. Their unique strain of electro-acoustic performance is ripped to shreds in a tug-of-war between the contemporary classical, DIY noise, and free-jazz traditions.
>Hideout
– Rookie LP (Thrill Me)
Hideout's inception began on the road. Made up of Gabriel Rodriguez (guitar/vocals) and Cory Stier (drums), the duo is longtime friends from San Diego who grew up playing in bands both together and separately. Now touring members of Cults and living on different coasts, Cory and Gabe took advantage of time on tour by writing music. Reminiscent of early Bowie,
Rookie is complete with gritty guitar loops and ethereal vocals singing tales of abduction and space travels.
>Holögrama
– Waves LP+MP3 (Trouble In Mind)
Holögrama is the recording project of Fancisco Borja, an electronic musician from Granade, Spain. Borja performs and records the majority of everything himself, using synths, drum machines and whatever odds and ends he can scrape together to orchestrate Holögrama 's sound. Think Rev & Vega, but with a more positive, hopeful vibe tinged with a whisper of melancholy.

>John Lee Hooker
– Boogie Chillun [Reissue/1972] 2xLP (Fantasy)
Recorded live in November 1962 in San Francisco,
Boogie Chillun features Hooker performing solo in a laid-back, 'unplugged' mode. Employing a mixture of acoustic and electric sounds, Hooker treats the crowd to such classics as the titular "Boogie Chillun" and "Dimples" (retitled as "I Like to See You Walk") in an intimate setting.
>Shin Joong Hyun
- Beautiful Rivers And Mountains: The Psychedelic Rock Sound Of South Korea's Shin Joong Hyun 1958-1974 2xLP (Light In The Attic)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Inspired by jazz, soul, and traditional Korean music, Shin Joong Hyun started his career in the mid-1950s, performing for US troops stationed locally after the Korean War armistice of 1953. While his English language skills were limited, the young player had no trouble communicating through his trusty electric guitar, but Shin was no mere 6-string slinger for hire, he was able to communicate something far beyond your average professional musician.
Beautiful Rivers And Mountains is the first ever anthology outside Korea of legendary guitarist, arranger, songwriter and producer of mind-altering experimental pop, acid-folk, and extended psych funk jams. A musical trip existing somewhere between Motown, Hendrix, and the Velvet Underground.
>Itasca
– Unmoored By The Wind LP (New Images)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. New release from folk guitarist and songwriter Kayla Cohen aka Itasca. At once soft-spoken and virtuosic, Cohen's mesmerizing finger-picking lays gauzy groundwork for vocal work More than ever before, though, Cohen's confident singing is laid bare; vocals ride on top of arrangements, taking their rightful place in the forefront.

>Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden
– Last Dance 2xLP (ECM)
Released late last spring on CD – now available on vinyl. Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden broaden the scope of their duo project to showcase jazz classics like Thelonious Monk's "Round Midnight" and Bud Powell's spritely "Dance Of The Infidels." Love songs, however, are to the fore in this selection, with tender versions of "My Old Flame," "My Ship," "It Might As Well Be Spring," "Everything Happens To Me," and "Every Time We Say Goodbye" as well as alternate takes of "Where Can I Go Without You" and "Goodbye," every bit as touching as the Jasmine renditions. HQ-180gm.

>Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
– Album [Reissue/1983] LP+MP3 (Blackheart)
Joan Jett And The Blackhearts – Album [Reissue/1984] LP+MP3 (Blackheart)
Vinyl reissues of the iconic rocker's 1983 and 1984 albums. Accompanying download includes bonus tracks and enhanced material.

>David Johansen
– David Johansen [Reissue/1978] LP (Drastic Plastic)
Vinyl reissue of the 1978 solo album from former lead singer of New York Dolls. Two pressings: HQ-200gm black and 150gm opaque blue vinyl.

>Suzuki Junzo
– 7 LP (Nod And Smile)
Tokyo guitarist/songwriter/singer Suzuki Junzo's seventh album,
7, is a masterwork of guitar deconstruction, bleak blues and claustrophobic atmospherics. Known from his work with Miminokoto, 20 Guilders, Overhang Party and more, Junzo unleashes his desolate soul on this new LP.
>Bruce Langhorn
– Hired Hand [Reissue/1971] LP (Scissor Tail)
Classic 1971 Peter Fonda film soundtrack from Dylan sideman and folk scene impresario Bruce Langhorn. It is a beautifully melancholy score performed with guitars, tonal effects, fiddle, banjo, sitar, and more that evokes high plains drifting, lonesome cowpokes. "It's The West seen as Purgatory, its characters endlessly moving on, but Langhorne conjures beauty from the pain." -- The Wire

>Daniel Lanois
– Flesh And Machine LP (Anti)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Daniel Lanois is one of the most influential record producers of the modern era: the man who brought Bob Dylan back; longtime collaborator with Brian Eno, soundsculpting a series of mammoth releases for U2; and producer of breakthrough late-career albums by Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris. But before all that, Daniel Lanois was an experimental musician, recording his unique guitar voicings for groundbreaking albums with guys like Brian Eno and Jon Hassell, along the way helping to invent a genre called ambient music.

>Legendary Wings
– Do You See LP (Dirtnap)
Alternating bursts of caffeinated punk-pop with mid-tempo jangly numbers, all served up raw and catchy as hell.

>Le Mur
– In Tenebris LP (Sireena)
Dark, heavy trip rock with prog influences.

>Logic
– Under Pressure 2xLP (Def Jam)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Debut album from the Maryland-based rapper.
Under Pressure was executive-produced by No I.D., with production coming from Visionary Music Group's in-house producer 6ix and Logic himself. Other producers who contributed to the album include DJ Dahi, S1, M-Phazes, Kevin Randolph, DJ Khalil, Dun Deal, Alkebulan, Arthur McArthur, Tae Beast, Terrace Martin, Skhye Hutch, Rob Knox, Swiff D. Guests include Childish Gambino and Big Sean.
>Lords Of The New Church
– Lords Of The New Church [Reissue/1982] LP (Drastic Plastic)
LOTNC's 1982 debut incorporated their punk roots while transitioning into a more polished gothic style with catchy hooks. The band included members of Dead Boys, The Damned, Sham 69, and The Barracudas. Pressed on HQ-200gm black and 150gm gold opaque vinyl.

>Love And Rockets
– Express [Reissue/1986] LP (Drastic Plastic)
Daniel Ash, David J, and Kevin Haskins deviated from Bauhaus' signature gothic sound and experimenting with pop and psychedelics. Two pressings: HQ-180gm black and 150gm opaque red vinyl.

>Barbara Lynn
– Here Is Barbara [Reissue/1968] LP (Light In The Attic)
To be a woman singing your own blues and soul songs in 1960s Texas was a rare thing. To do so while brandishing a left-handed Stratocaster and bashing out hard-edged licks was even rarer. HQ-180gm LP housed in an expanded deluxe Stoughton gatefold tip-on jacket.

>Martial Canterel
– Gyors, Lassù LP (Dais)
Gyors, Lassù marks an important milestone in the evolution of Martial Canterel's music, progressing far beyond the cages of "minimal synth" and embracing the noisier qualities of its sound with a renewed urgency, a kind of thickness embodied in multiple layers using only eurorack, Serge and Roland 100 modular systems at his disposal and flushing out the entire session in one take.
>Mark McGuire
– Noctilucence 12" (Dead Oceans)
New EP from guitarist and ex-Emeralds member, following release of critically acclaimed full-length
Along The Way earlier this year.
>Megadeth
- Peace Sells... But Who's Buying [Reissue/1986] LP (Capitol Music Group)
Megadeth – So Far, So Good… So What! [Reissue/1988] LP (Capitol Music Group)
Megadeth – Rust In Peace [Reissue/1990] LP (Capitol Music Group)
Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction [Reissue/1992] LP (Capitol Music Group)
Megadeth – Youthanasia [Reissue/1994] LP (Capitol Music Group)
Picture-disc vinyl reissues featuring the 2004 remastered mixes by Dave Mustaine.

>Midlake
– The Trials Of Von Occupanther [Reissue/2006] LP (Nova Posta Vinyl)
Denton, TX natives, Midlake reissue their sophomore album. "The dream of the ‘70s was alive in Denton, TX, home to the quintet behind this meticulously layered evocation of the foreboding, psychedelic soft rock of their youth and the craftsmen of a century earlier." – Rolling Stone's 100 Best Songs Of The 2000s

>Ministry
– The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste [Reissue/1989] LP (Drastic Plastic)
The melding of heavy guitars, relentless drumbeats, and bone-chilling sampling come together on Ministy's 1989 smash to create one of the most influential industrial metal albums of all time. Two pressings: HQ-200gm black or 150gm opaque gold vinyl.

>Model Alpha
– Dimensions LP+7" (Desire)
Model Alpha is a French synth duo, influenced by Kraftwerk, Terry Riley, Ariel Kalma, Daniel Caux, and the Bauhaus movement.

>M.O.T.O.
– Chinese Rocks LP (Secret Mission)
14 new songs written and recorded during M.O.T.O.'s 2013 China tour. M.O.T.O. is a garage punk band currently based in New Hampshire. Formed in New Orleans in 1981 by Paul Caporino, the lineup of the band has seen many changes over the years, with Caporino being the only consistent member. The band has recorded many albums, singles and CDs, including several albums for the Chicago-based record label Criminal IQ Records.

>Mott The Hoople
– All The Young Dudes [Reissue/1972] LP (Drastic Plastic)
Vinyl reissue of Mott The Hoople's fifth studio album, released in 1972. With a foundation in R&B, they became quite popular in the '70s glam scene. Pressed on HQ-200gm black and 150gm opaque red vinyl.

>Naked Raygun
– Raygun… Naked Raygun [Reissue/1990] LP (Haunted Town)
The Chicago punk legends' fifth full-length album from 1990 is back in print on vinyl. Twelve tracks total with two bonus cuts—covers of Chelsea and Buzzcocks. Features the original unreleased artwork for the album. Includes a nice two-sided full color poster full of good stuff. Hand numbered sticker and plastic sleeve. First pressing on three different colors of vinyl.

>Nevermores
– Lock Your Doors… LP (Magnetic South)
With a hand-me-down Farfisa organ and a couple of
Back From The Grave compilations, Nevermores have concocted a handful of paint-peeling garage-punk organ-grinders, and peppered their sets with Nuggets "standards" to keep the party going well past curfew.
>Noveller
– No Dreams LP (Taiga)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Soaring sixth solo album by American electric guitarist Sarah Lipstate.

>Jessica Pavone
– Knuckle Under LP (Taiga)
Long tones, often played with such force that one imagines a puff of rosin rising from her viola strings as she bowed them.

>Peter And The Test Tube Babies
– Pissed And Proud [Reissue/1985] LP (Drastic Plastic)
Peter And The Test Tube Babies 1985 album is nested in the "punk pathetique" subgenre of British punk. Available on HQ-200gm black and 150gm opaque pink vinyl.

>Pianos Become The Teeth
– Keep You LP+MP3 (Epitaph)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Pianos Become The Teeth is an American screamo band with post-rock influences that formed in 2006. They perform a style of music inspired by post-rock and early screamo acts, and are a part of "The Wave" — an in-joke began by friends Touché Amoré, La Dispute, Defeater, and Make Do And Mend, all playing a form of post-hardcore music.

>Iggy Pop
– Soldier [Reissue/1980] LP (Friday Music)
From his Motor City days with the band first known as the Psychedelic Stooges, or glamming it up with Reed and Bowie or the occasional binge of onstage self-mutilation, Iggy Pop has always done what he damn well pleases.

>Cole Porter
- Seeburg Music Library: The Best Of Cole Porter LP (Seeburg Music Library)
This HQ-180gm virgin vinyl LP contains 18 instrumental songs of Cole Porters most renowned compositions. This is the first time these original retro arrangements have ever been released. With it showcasing the amazing songwriting talent of Porter and the stellar musicianship of Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Nashville session players for this recording.

>Portishead
– Dummy [Reissue/194] LP (Mercury)
Vinyl LP repressing of this 1994 album by the trip-hop pioneers. Includes "Sour Times," "Glory Box" and others.

>Psychic TV
– Dreams Less Sweet [Reissue/1983] LP (Angry Love Productions)
Angry Love Productions is proud to present Psychic TV's 1983 classic
Dreams Less Sweet, back on vinyl for the first time in over 20 years. Holophonic audio...from the original UK vinyl masters with meticulously restored artwork. Featuring early PTV classics "The Orchids" and "White Nights."
>Rakta
– Tudo Que E Solido 7" (540)
Brazil's Rakta unleash two new tracks of eerie and atmospheric post punk. "Tudo Que E Solido" is an instant nugget that fits somewhere between Blood And Roses and The Doors. It's driven by the tom tom work and the insistent and drone like keyboard work.

>Red Red Meat
– There's A Star Above The Manger Tonight [Reissue/1996] 2xLP+MP3 (Jealous Butcher)
Originally released in 1996 on Sub Pop,
There's A Star Above The Manger Tonight is the sound of a band blooming even as it folds in - finding Tim Rutili (Califone), Brian Deck (Modest Mouse/Iron & Wine engineer), Ben Massarella (Califone/Orso), and Tim Hurley incorporating samplers, loops, and computers, marrying disparate threads of hip-hop, krautrock, and dub to folk forms, stomps and blues. Artwork re-envisioned by John Herndon (Tortoise) comes with download with five extras tracks.
>Sonny Rollins
– Freedom Suite [Reissue/1958] LP (Concord Music Group)
Freedom Suite is an album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, his last recorded for the Riverside label, featuring performances by Rollins with Oscar Pettiford and Max Roach.

>Soundtrack
– Superbad [2007] LP (Phineas Atwood)
First time on vinyl for this classic soundtrack. Original score by Lyle Workman interspersed with killer tracks from Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66, Rick James, The Bar-Keys and more.

>Spellcaster
– Spellcaster LP (Lone Fir)
Spellcaster is a heavy metal band from Portland, Oregon, active in the underground since 2009. Their self-title LP was produced and recorded by Toxic Holocaust frontman Joel Grind at Falcon Studios in Portland and features ten tracks of ripping metal action.

>Springtime Carnivore
– Springtime Carnival LP (Autumn Tone)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "Take a step backwards to the days of carefree wanderlust. Inhale a sense of joyous pop music with a touch of old-school dance to grasp another generation. Complications fade away. Things become clear. Worries diminish and you are brought into a world of unapologetic vibrancy. Springtime Carnivore (aka Greta Morgan) delivers just that in her self-titled debut album.
Springtime Carnival is like a storybook of the sorts—full of wonderment and musical notes that take on different characters" – Sound And Silence.
>Stereolab
– Explosante Fixe 7" (Duophonic)
Original copies of Stereolab's 2008
Chemical Chords limited edition tour single. Features the tracks "Explosante Fixe" and "L'exotisme Interieur."
>Storm Large
– Le Bonheur LP (Heinz)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Singer Storm Large stepped into the role of lead vocalist for band Pink Martini in 2011, during a period when singer China Forbes went on hiatus for vocal cord surgery. The band enjoyed her presence so much that she was welcomed to stay on following the return of Forbes, and she has since toured with the band and performed on their album
Get Happy. Le Bonheur (French for ''The Happiness'') marks Large's first post-Martini solo album.
>Survival Knife
– Survivalized LP+MP3 (Chunklet)
Hot off the heels of their blistering full length
Loose Power, Survival Knife (Justin Trosper and Brandt Sandeno of Unwound, along with the husband/wife team of Kris and Meg Cunningham) are back with Survivalized just in time for their first east coast tour. Front cover artwork by renowned sci-fi illustrator Trevor Claxton.
>Matthew Sweet
– Girlfriend [Reissue/1991] LP (Plain)
HQ-180gm vinyl reissue of Sweet's 1991 power-pop masterpiece featuring a new back cover and a four-color double-sided insert never previously available.

>Johnny Thunders
– So Alone [Reissue/1978] LP (Drastic Plastic)
Vinyl reissue of the New York Dolls guitarist's debut solo album, released in 1978. An eclectic mix of rock, punk, and soul. Two pressings: HQ-200gm and 150gm opaque yellow vinyl.

>Trophy Eyes
– Mend, Move On LP (Hopeless)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. New album from the Aussie punks.

>Ulaan Markhor
- Spiral Horns, Black Onions, et al LP+MP3 (Soft Abuse)
Ulaan Markhor is the latest solo moniker for Californian Steven R. Smith's studio explorations.
Spiral Horns, Black Onions, et al. fuses recent itinerant work under the aliases Ulaan Khol (blistering basement psychedelia) and Ulaan Passerine (moody and meditative zones) and unveils a distinctly American version of kosmische, with heavy Levon Helm/Clyde Stubblefield-indebted rhythm and groove replacing motorik pulses. Fluid synth, bass, organ and searing guitar textures - all played by Smith - augment the beats. The result is something akin to The Meters meets Amon Düül II.
>Various Artists
– Hohokum Soundtrack LP (Ghostly International)
The music of Sony Playstation's
Hohokum mirrors the game's eclectic and detailed landscape, with a wide selection of Ghostly artists contributing their songs. Between musicians and producers like Tycho, Matthew Dear, Osborne, Geoff White, Michna, Ben Bejamin, and Shigeto, the soundtrack is a fully realized exhibition of contemporary electronic sounds. Rainbow splatter vinyl.
>Various Artists
– The 78 Project: Volume 2 LP (The 78 Project)
The 78 Project: Volume 2 contains 15 one-of-a-kind one-take recordings cut directly to acetate disks on a 1930's Presto disk recorder in The 78 Project Movie. These recordings are not available anywhere else, with singular performances by John Doe, Victoria Williams, The Bo-Keys feat. Percy Wiggins, Gaby Moreno & Adam Levy, The Reverend John Wilkins, Louis Michot, Corey Ledet & Ashlee Michot, John Reilly & Tom Brosseau, Joe Bussard, John Paul Keith, Ben Vaughn, Coati Mundi, Sea of Bees, Little Wings, Ella Mae Bowen and The Easy Leaves.
>Various Artists
– Woorden LP (No Label)
Sketchy reissue of this Dutch comp originally released by Omega the late '60s. Four underground poets (Hans Wesseling, Simon Vinkenoog, Bob Lens, and Nona) doing what poets do, mixed with "strange sounds and effects…. Totally freaked out, stoned, erotic but also political psychedelia…." according to Popsike. "Some poets do sort of singing…. Everything is mixed into one piece…. Lyrics are mostly in Dutch, but there are few poems in English."

>Vow
– Make Me Yours LP+MP3 (Native Sound)
Driven by drum machines and rich bass lines, singer Julia Blake's soulful and melodic alto vocals and instrumentalist Andrew Thomas' dream-pop-synth-post-punk wizardry, Vow transition from the darker textures of their debut to more Cocteau Twins inspired dynamics, implementing chorus-drenched guitars and bass, and palpable pop-informed vocal melodies.

>Weezer
– Death To False Metal [2010] LP (Shop Radio Cast)
A collection of unreleased Weezer songs that spans a vast period of time from the very beginning of their career, up until present day (circa 2010). First time on vinyl.

>Wild Party
– Phantom Pop LP (Old Friends)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. If the effervescent modern pop band Wild Party has a defining characteristic, its passion. On their debut album,
Phantom Pop, sugary synths buzz around kicky rock guitars and upbeat rhythms, taking the form of summery power-pop (''Take My Advice,'' the keyboard-sprinkled ''Outright''), breezy soul-rock (''Chasin' Honey,'' ''When I Get Older'') and high-stepping indie-pop (''Violet''). Bands such as The Killers, The Strokes, Phoenix and The Format are certainly touchstones, but impressively for a band on their first release, the San Antonio, TX quartet have made it their mission to carve out a path of their own.
>Jonathan Wilson
– Slide By LP (Downtown)
>Witch Mountain
– Mobile Of Angels LP (Mountastic)
Witch Mountain are probably Portland, Oregon's oldest currently active metal band; they date back to 1997, formed by guitarist Rob Wrong and drummer Nathan Carson, at a time when Portland's heavy music scene was practically non-existent.
released 03 NOVEMBER 2014
>Joshua Abrams – Natural Information CD (Eremite)
Joshua Abrams – Represencing CD (Eremite)
Natural Information is another fascinating entry in a solo discography of recordings that gather aesthetic input from all over the map into vivid personal statements. At the heart of the album is the guimbri, a three-stringed animal hide bass traditionally used by the Gnawa of North Africa in healing ceremonies. For Represencing, recorded at home in Chicago in 2011, Abrams again organizes small group statements around the resonant grooves of the North African ceremonial instrument with a unique a broadly assimilative compositional voice.
>A Certain Ratio
– Sextet [Reissue/1982] 2xCD/2xLP (Factory Benelux)
Self-produced at Revolution Studio,
Sextet saw the original Ratio quintet of Donald Johnson, Jeremy Kerr, Martin Moscrop, Simon Topping and Peter Terrell joined by co-vocalist Martha Tili Tilson. Written and recorded following a transformative sojourn in New York in late 1980, the album reflects Latin, samba and even jazz influences, while still retaining Ratio's signature brittle funk textures, heard in full effect on Lucinda, Gum and trancelike floor filler Knife Slits Water.
Newly remastered and expanded with Peel Session tracks from 1981-82.

>Anti-Nowhere League
– We Are… The League …Uncut CD (Cleopatra)
Animal and the boys return with brand new and rowdy, re-recordings of The League's classic debut LP plus bonus tracks.

>Arca
– Xen CD/LP (Mute)
Arca is the incarnation of Alejandro Ghersi, a 24-year old Venezuelan producer and musician. Having previously released EPs, mixtapes, and produced for the likes of FKA Twigs, Bjork, and Kanye West, Arca's music is uniquely his own.
Xen is a very personal record for Arca, with the underlying concept revolving around gender and sexuality. However, gender isn't the defining concept but rather a vessel with which to expose Arca's vulnerability.
>Lee Bannon
– Main/Flex CD (Chillectro)
Merges hip-hop, EDM, and drum ‘n' bass alongside an A-list of collaborators including Hak of Ratking and Charlie Benante of Anthrax.

>Batida
– Dois CD/LP (Soundway)
Strands of Afro-house, Kuduro, Benga, Semba, samples from old Angolan movies and Afrobeat tracks, African MCs and musicians from all over the world are all deftly mixed together by Pedro Coquenao. Inspired by the multicultural hotbed of his home city of Lisbon and trips to Nairobi and Luanda,
Dois was predominately produced in his own garage-studio over a two-year period. Much of the remix and sampling spirit from the first record remains but Dois also features live instrumentation along with a host of different guests.
>Big Star
– Live In Memphis CD/2xLP+MP3 (Omnivore)
Big Star's only known professionally recorded show in its entirety. Contains Big Star classics like "Thank You Friends," "September Gurls," and "The Ballad Of El Goodo," Chris Bell's "I Am The Cosmos," and covers of T.Rex, The Kinks, Todd Rundgren and more, performed by Big Star: Alex Chilton, Jody Stephens, and Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow from The Posies. First 1,000 copies on vinyl pressed on red wax. Also available on stand-alone DVD.

>Black Milk
– If There's A Hell Below CD (Computer Ugly)
"Black Milk is a paradoxical artist, one defined by both wild reinvention and stasis. To this point, every other Black Milk album is a corrective, somehow a refutation of the album that came before it. He keeps pressing reset and then playing the game the same:
Tronic was his vaunted abandonment of vinyl fetishism for synthesizers; Album Of The Year his embrace of live-band instrumentation; No Poison, No Paradise his nightmare-filled stab at creating a '70s soul epic. But put them on shuffle and the delineations disappear—they all sound like Black Milk tracks. On If There's A Hell Below, for the first time, he consciously takes a sonic mulligan, trading in the same murky Castlevania synth-lines, wrecking-ball drums and dark-night-of-the-soul wails as its predecessor." -- Pitchfork
>The Bloodhounds
– Let Loose CD/LP (Alive)
The Bloodhounds play blues/R&B rock & roll with a fresh, edgy, almost punk edge, and add a hint of a Latin groove to the mix. Though founded on an electric sound they also dig the old jug band style of playing. Picking up cheap acoustic guitars, turning ordinary household items into instruments and constructing a traditional washtub-broomstick bass, they often busk in the streets of downtown Los Angeles to the delight of large crowds.

>Dean Blunt
– Black Metal CD/LP (Rough Trade)
Blunt's newest odyssey,
Black Metal, rides this tension between critical detachment and mainlined human feeling, and in fact he climbs ever-steeper theoretical heights just as his emotionally stark songs become, at times, startlingly intimate.
>Captain Beefheart
– Full Moon In Cowtown: Live 1974 Radio Broadcast CD/LP (Chrome Dreams)
By the time of this April 1974 broadcast, Captain Beefheart - and the 29th incarnation in a long line of ever-mutating Magic Bands - had reverted to more traditionally structured compositions. The touring band included some highly revered players including reedsman Del Simmons, guitarists Dean Smith and Fuzzy Fuscaldo, bassist Paul Uhrig, and drummer Ty Grimes. Caught live in Kansas City, Beefheart was amidst an extensive US tour promoting his eighth album,
Unconditionally Guaranteed.
>Cavalera Conspiracy
– Pandemonium CD/LP (Napalm)
The Cavalera brothers Max and Igor delude nobody when it comes to determination and stubbornness. In the 1990s the Brazilians brought up some of the most uncompromising death/thrash metal records as Sepultura. Their latest record
Pandemonium is no exception: frontman Max Cavalera rushes with bellow of rage into the fray, lets his brother drum coarsest grooves and puts his finger into the open wound. CD version is available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds two bonus tracks and is packaged in a digipak.
>Chicago
– September 13th 1969 CD (Cleopatra)
Recorded live at the Toronto Rock N Roll Revival, this outstanding concert performance finds Chicago at the top of their game, ripping through "25 Or 6 To 4," "I'm A Man" and more.

>The Chills
– BBC Sessions CD/LP (Fire)
Complete BBC John Peel Sessions from the New Zealand alt-pop legends, recorded in 1985, 1987 and 1988.

>Clark
– Clark CD/2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
Chris Clark follows up 2012's
Iradelphic with his new self-titled full-length release. Clark has taken the techno/rave direction of his Phosphor live show and his recent Superscope'12" and produced an astounding album.
>Cockney Rejects
– Too Tough To Die: 35 Years Undefeated 2xCD (Come See Me)
Features some of the Cockney Rejects greatest hits and tracks recorded throughout their illustrious career and collects them on this double-disc digipak set. Solid gold punk rock & roll.

>Cooly G
– Wait ‘Til Night CD/LP (Hyperdub)
Cooly G returns with an album of sensitive, lo-fi bedroom music, it's lyrics sketching dreamy scenarios of seduction lust and sex. The moody South London house of her debut album
Playing Me and her DJ sets has given way to a near-horizontal, sometimes melancholy and highly original take on R&B. The tracks swing effortlessly with no-fuss musical arrangements that are filtered through reggae sound system culture and US R&B in equal amounts, with a slight hint of dark synthpop wound throughout.
>AJ Davila y Terror Amor
– Beibi CD/Cassette (Burger)
New release stacked with garage punk blasts outta Puerto Rico from members of Davila 666.

>Davila 666
– Pocos Años, Muchos Daños CD/Cassette (Burger)
"Known for their ripping live shows, Davila 666 is proof that you don't have to understand a lyric to feel the f*cking buzz. Garage psych compadres south of the border, it's a feat not to bang your head along to their unique voice. This one's packed with all their crowd favorites, and it's a perfect starting point for the unfamiliar. Rarely do I recommend a ‘greatest hits' comp, but this one's an exception." – Sly Vinyl

>Deerhoof
– La Isla Bonita CD/LP+MP3 (Polyvinyl)
"Veteran Bay Area spaz-poppers Deerhoof recorded their new album
La Isla Bonita live in a garage over one week. God Mode label head Nick Sylvester (who is, full disclosure, my friend) recorded it, and it has a bit more melody and a bit less berserk skronk pyrotechnics than a lot of other Deerhoof records. But this is still very much a Deerhoof album, and the past decade and a half of this band has probably already let you know whether this is something you need in your life" – Stereogum. (Limited initial vinyl copies pressed on gray wax.)
>Deptford Goth
– Songs CD/LP (PIAS America)
After the groundswell of adoration for his album debut
Life After Defo and the live shows that followed, Deptford Goth returns this Autumn with Songs, his second record of intensely slow-burning gems. Where the former was more affiliated with those seamless blenders of dreamy synth-pop, R&B and soul, Songs adds elements of singer-songwriter tradition to his irresistibly yearning electronica.
>Ani DiFranco
– Allergic To Water CD (Righteous Babe)
Ani's new album features some of the most subtle music to date wrapped up in lovely white embossed packaging. Throughout the record, DiFranco, her band and a few music guests, create melodies that are lilting and funky, imaginative and personal: so personal that she produced and mixed the record all on her own. Vibes, tones and rhythms constantly change while her band draws on its own expansive palette. Vinyl version due November 18.

>The Doobie Brothers
– Southbound CD (Sony Nashville/Arista)
Some of country's biggest stars join The Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald for all-new recordings of the band's classic hits. Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Casey James, Charlie Worsham, Chris Young, Jerrod Niemann, Johnnyswim's Amanda Sudano Ramirez, Love And Theft, Sara Evans, Toby Keith, Tyler Farr, and Zac Brown Band make up the roster of artists choosing their favorite Doobie songs to record with the band, with selected tracks featuring special instrumental contributions from Hunter Hayes and Vince Gill.

>Bob Dylan And The Band
– The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 2xCD/6xCD (Sony Legacy)
Compiled from meticulously restored original tapes many found only recently - this historic six-disc set is the definitive chronicle of the artist's legendary 1967 recording sessions with members of his touring ensemble who would later achieve their own fame as The Band.
The Basement Tapes Complete brings together, for the first time ever, every salvageable recording from the tapes including recently discovered early gems recorded in the "Red Room" of Dylan's home in upstate New York. Garth Hudson worked closely with Canadian music archivist and producer Jan Haust to restore the deteriorating tapes to pristine sound, with much of this music preserved digitally for the first time. Double-disc version features highlights from the set. Vinyl version due November 24.
>Ronnie Fauss
– Built To Break CD/LP (New West/Normal Town)
Fauss, who was described in Vanity Fair as "a cross between Steve Earle and Gram Parsons," recorded the eleven new songs over five months in almost as many cities: Colleyville, Nashville, Dallas and Chicago. The record finds Fauss trading verses with Old 97s frontman Rhett Miller on "Eighteen Wheels," a rolling barroom ode to long-distance trucking that simultaneously pays tribute to Fauss' myriad influences: Hank, Waylon, Willie, Cash, Dylan and Emmylou. The centerpiece may be Fauss' honest and austere rendition of the beautiful 2013 Phosphorescent track "Song For Zula."

>Filmstrip
– Moments Of Matter CD/LP (Exit Stencil)
Though heavily rooted in DIY culture, Filmstrip is a band whose sound has evolved well past their simple punk rock origins. Imagine if the Meat Puppets (another brother band) circa 1985 teamed up with the indie-psych-folk stylings of Pink Mountaintops, and was informed by an upbringing heavily steeped in the Maximumrocknroll ethos.

>Fripp & Eno
– Live In Paris 28.05.1975 3xCD (Discipline Global Music)
The subject of many poor quality bootlegs, this concert - one of only a handful undertaken by Fripp & Eno - is routinely described as legendary. Hearing the tapes in fully restored audio quality, it's easy to understand why it attracts such reverence now and perhaps, why the shows attracted such hostility then. No Roxy Music hits, No King Crimson riffs, just a duo sitting in near darkness with a reel-to-reel tape recorder, improvising over the pre-recorded loops with a filmed background projection. Replace the reel-to-reel machine with a couple of laptops/iPads/sequencers and the core of much current live performance from electronica to hip-hop was there some thirty years in advance. At the time, audiences responded to such a glimpse of the future with booing, walkouts and general confusion.

>Guano Padano
– Americana CD (Ipecac)
New album from the Italian/western trio Guano Padano take their spaghetti western/jazz/swing tunes to a new level. Featuring contributions from Joey from Calexico and author Dan Fante
Guano Padano is Alessandro Asso Stefana, Zeno De Rossi and Danilo Gallo. Their works have been compared to the greats like Fellini, Leona, Coppola and more.

>Guns N' Roses
– Appetite For Democracy: Live At The Hard Rock Casino – Las Vegas 2xCD+Blu-ray+T-shirt (Interscope)
They were one of the biggest bands in the world in the late '80s and pre-grunge early '90s, but Guns N' Roses haven't given fan's a live concert film since that heyday. These brand-new performances include the hits and key cuts from all their albums plus some killer covers. The Blu-Ray includes the concert in 2D and 3D.

>Erin Harpe & The Delta Swingers
– Love Whip Blues CD (Vizz Tone)
Erin learned to play delta blues guitar at an early age from her father, Maryland area bluesman Neil Harpe. Erin's travels brought her an appreciation of world music styles, particularly Afro-beat and reggae. Landing in Boston, she did solo blues gigs, simultaneously started a electro-funk dance band called Lovewhip, and self-released a couple of acoustic blues CDs. A few years ago, Erin formed the Delta Swingers, a deep blues-based group that was also a dance band with a wealth of influences.

>Calvin Harris
– Motion CD (Sony)
New album from the best-selling DJ, producer and artist.
Motion is the follow-up to his pop masterpiece 18 Months that sold over two million albums and 35 million singles worldwide. Motion features the hit singles ''Summer'' and ''Blame'' (featuring John Newman) plus collaborations with Gwen Stefani, Ellie Goulding, Big Sean, Haim, Alesso, Hurts, R3hab and others.
>High Ends
– Super Class CD (Dine Alone)
Super Class combines the upbeat pop-rock catchiness that Innes is known for with esoteric synth textures. It was recorded with producer Colin Stewart (Dan Mangan, The New Pornographers) at his Vancouver Island facility. During the sessions, Gold & Youth drummer Jeff Mitchelmore handled percussion, meticulously interweaving vintage drum machine programming with live playing. Louise Burns and New Pornographers member Kathryn Calder contributed backing vocals, while Ladyhawk's Darcy Hancock laid down guitar.
>Huxley
– Blurred CD/2xLP+CD (!K7)
"Give a quick listen to
Blurred, the debut album from Michael ‘Huxley' Dodman, and you might think the London producer is aiming to break out of the clubs, perhaps yearning for a fuller taste of success he had with the dance-floor soul of 2013's Let It Go. Blurred brims with such pop pleasures—shimmering melodies hover over bass-propelled rhythms throughout—and if it's worked so well for acts like Disclosure, why not for Dodman?" – Resident Advisor
>Isis
– Oceanic [Reissue/2002] CD (Ipecac)
The classic release from Isis, originally released in 2002, remastered with new artwork.

>Jóhann Jóhannsson
– The Theory Of Everything [OST] CD (Backlot Music)
Orignal score to the 2014 motion picture by Icelandic composer/producer Johann Johannsson.
The Theory Of Everything is a new British film directed by James Marsh and penned by Anthony McCarten. The film was inspired by the memoir Travelling To Infinity: My Life With Stephen by Jane Hawking, which deals with her relationship with her ex-husband theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, his diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and his success in physics.
>King Crimson
– Starless 23xCD+2xDVD-Audio+2xBlu-ray (Discipline Global Music)
Limited to a single pressing run,
Starless offers an in-depth overview of King Crimson's celebrated mid-1970's live line-up at its most exploratory. Few bands have offered as much variety in material from night to night, and King Crimson's propensity for improvisation and fondness for playing its newest material - often unreleased on record at the time of performance - is legendary.
>Mark Kozelek
– Sings Christmas Carols CD (Caldo Verde)
Solo acoustic Christmas songs from our favorite grump.

>Larkin Poe
– Kin CD (RH Music)
Debut album from Atlanta-based sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell.
Kin was produced by Chris Seefried (Fitz And The Tantrums, Lana Del Rey) in Los Angeles and Damien Lewis (Rihanna, Rita Ora) in Atlanta. Vinyl version due November 24.
>Liv Kristine
– Vervain CD (Napalm)
Liv Kristine's fifth overall solo album unfolds as a dark rock masterpiece assembling terrific melodies, enthralling song structures and a world class voice. Haunting tunes, imaginative instrumentation and extraordinary creativity unite into the finest piece of music art eternalized in a perfect sound production.

>Les Sins
– Michael CD/LP (Company)
Michael is the debut full-length from Les Sins, the dance project of Toro Y Moi's Chaz Bundick. Inspired by cartoon and movie soundtracks, the largely instrumental album explores classic dance and pop music traditions. Catchy, repetitive vocal hooks gel with beats and synth work influenced by house, techno, French electronic, and ‘90s hip-hop production. Bundick made the album over two years and recorded everything in his home studio. Michael follows a 12" on Carpark Records and two singles for Jialong. The LP is the first release on Company Records, a partnership between Chaz and Carpark.
>Lia Mice
– I Love You CD/LP (Old Flame)
Lia Mice is the experimental pop project of Eleanor C Mice. After spending her teens touring Australia in punk and soul groups she lurked the Brooklyn noise scene for half a decade, playing anywhere from DIY house parties to Manhattan's Museum of Arts and Design. Inspired by a tour of Tokyo where she performed in a temple to monks, Lia Mice's 2012 debut LP
Happy New Year (originally released under the moniker Happy New Year) hid it's dark pop melodies in a cinematic landscapes of chimes, bells and vintage synths delivered at such hypnotically slow tempos that Time Out Tokyo coined the genre ‘narcoleptic pop' in her honor. Lia Mice's second solo album, and first experiment in danceable tempos, I Love You was inspired by new music uncovered during in her first year living in France: in the grooves of yé-yé singles; on the dance floors of converted boat-venues; in the theme songs of classic French cinema.
>Theophilus London
– Vibes CD (WB)
New album from the Trinidad born and Brooklyn raised New Yorker.
London was executive produced by Kanye West, art design by Virgil Abloh (Donda) and photography by Karl Lagerfeld. The album features appearances by Kanye West, Leon Ware, Devonte Hynes and more.
>Lordi
– Scare Force One CD (AFM)
Take the shock rock artists of the ‘70s like Alice Cooper and bring it to the next level. That's exactly what Lordi do since their very beginning with catchy hard rock hymns with strong hooks and infectious melodies.

>Noberto Lobo
– Fornalha CD/LP+7"+MP3 (Three Four)
Norberto Lobo is a mind-bending musician, modulating psychedelic ideas to the guitar.
Fornalha moves through the listening spaces like a New Orleans processional gathering and dropping sounds, as it winds through different chambers. Bowed guitars that sound more like bright cellos, a prepared guitar that sounds like a dry plastic lute and some sweet vocal oohing reminiscent of Brian Eno's fried-orchestral singing in Gavin Bryars' ensemble.
>Major League
– There's Nothing Wrong With Me CD/LP+MP3 (No Sleep)
Sophomore release from New Jersey pop-punk band. Vinyl version pressed on transparent blue wax.

>Mariache El Bronx
– Mariache El Bronx III CD/LP (ATO)
The third release by this great punk/Latin/mariachi band. Born out of a desire to challenge themselves musically, Mariachi El Bronx is the alter ego of Los Angeles punk band the Bronx. Conceived in 2006, the idea came about when the Bronx were asked to play an acoustic set and, rather than simply pare down their sound, they took their music in a whole new direction, moving away from hardcore and exploring Latin sounds. (Initial vinyl copies pressed on day-glo orange wax.)

>Paul McCartney & Wings
– Venus And Mars [Reissue/1975] 2xCD/2xCD+DVD/2xLP (Hear Music)
Paul McCartney & Wings – At The Speed Of Sound [Reissue/1976] 2xCD/2xCD+DVD/2xLP (Hear Music)
The newest releases in the Paul McCartney Archive Collection – remastered and expanded. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds a bonus DVD featuring previously unreleased material.

>Memphis Dawls
– Rooted To The Bone CD (Madjack)
In recent years, Memphis Dawls have served at the vanguard of a burgeoning Memphis folk scene. The core group is made up of three veteran musicians who have played with several successful local bands. Brought together by their similar tastes in melody and style, and perhaps with a slight nod from fate, Holly Cole (guitars, vocals), Jana Misener (cello, vocals), and Krista Wroten (viola, mandolin, accordion, vocals) deliver hauntingly romantic and lyrical folk music with a modern flair.

>Bette Midler
– It's The Girls CD (WB)
Midler covers a jaunty and celebratory selection of some of the greatest harmonies originally performed by girl groups such as The Ronettes, The Boswell Sisters, The Andrew Sisters, The Chiffons as well as Motown acts like Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, and The Marvelettes, among others.

>Thelonious Monk
- Round Midnight: Complete Blue Note Singles 1947-52 2xCD (Blue Note)
This double-disc set features all of Thelonious Monk's Blue Note recordings in their original 78 RPM sequence of release for the first time in more than 60 years. Thelonious Monk's first recordings in the late 1940s were for Blue Note Records and they signaled a new kind of Blue Note as the label was evolving from an outlet for boogie woogie and old time jazz into a flag-waver for hard bop. These recordings, which include the first version of Monk's classic composition, "'Round Midnight" (originally known as "'Round About Midnight"), were released on a series of fifteen 78 RPM singles.

>Monsieurs
– Monsieurs CD/LP (Slovenly)
Indisputably rockin' rollin' noise with sharp aesthetics, aggression and a perfect amount of pop sensibility, making this platter just palatable enough for those too timid to plunge into the sonic cesspool of lead singer's Anthony Macbain's other band, Tunnel Of Love.

>Scott Morgan
– Revolutionary Action 2xCD (Easy Action)
Collects all three solo albums from ex-Rationals, Guardian Angel, Sonics Rendezvous Band member, remastered on a double-CD.

>Myhrding
– Nordens Morkaste Kapitel (Unexplored)
New album from the Swedish black metal band.

>The Ocean Party
– Soft Focus CD (Jigsaw)
The Ocean Party has been around for a few years, but have never strayed outside of Australia. A wonderfully romantic treat, these 11 songs flow along quite nicely, each breezy tune melting away as another one begins. Musical counterparts include the Ladybug Transistor and the Zebras (coincidentally, also from Melbourne), with their songs full of strummy guitars and memorable melodies, yet still steeped in ambiance, courtesy of the ever-present keyboards and synths.

>William Onyeabor
– CD Boxset 9xCD (Luaka Bop)
William Onyeabor – LP Boxset 1 6xLP (Luaka Bop)
William Onyeabor – LP Boxset 2 5xLP (Luaka Bop)
Nine-CD box set with a 48pg booklet featuring the albums the elusive Nigerian synth-funk pioneer self-released between 1977-1985. Also available across two separate volumes on vinyl.

>Over The Rhine
– Blood Oranges In The Snow CD (Great Speckled Dog)
"Over The Rhine's Christmas songs might be the best soundtrack since
A Charlie Brown Christmas for feeling melancholy and lovesick in December. The music practically begs to be mused upon over one hot drink or another." -- Seattle Weekly
>Psychostick
– IV: Revenge Of The Vengeance CD (Rock Ridge)
New album from the Chicago, IL based comedy rock kings.
IV is the follow up to 2011's Space Vampires VS Zombie Dinosaurs In 3-D and 2013 singles "Obey The Beard" and "Dogs Like Socks," which also appear on the new album along with tons of new tracks, plus guest appearances by Bill Manspeaker (founder of Green Jellö), Neil Patterson and Rob Nichols from Downtown Brown and many many more comedy sing-a-longs ready for the road.
>Pvrs
– White Noise CD (Velocity/Rise)
After witnessing their performance on the 2013 Vans Warped Tour, Rise quickly worked to sign this Boston pop/punk trio.

>Redinho
– Redinho CD/LP (Numbers)
Glasgow label Numbers put out their most extensive release to date, the self-titled debut album from Redinho, a producer with a knack for creating, bumping, colorful electronic music with plenty of funked-up energy. The highs are plentiful and giddy: "Jacuzzi" and "Playing With Fire" grinding hard with gleeful spirit, "Bubbles" seeing him concoct an enveloping, silk-smooth cocoon, "Making Up The Rules" throwing heady R&B shapes, and "Going Nowhere" an enlivening dance floor powerhouse. It's an album without an inch of fat and one that sounds vital and full of life from start to finish.

>Gruff Rhys
– American Interior CD/LP (Turnstile Music)
Fourth solo album from the Welsh singer/songwriter and Super Furry Animals frontman.
American Interior documents his latest musical road trip, retracing the fantastical American exploits of his distant relative, 18th-century explorer John Evans. The album features 13 phenomenal songs inspired by Evans original journey.
>Scout Ripley
– Image Fiction CD (Aerial Ballet)
Violinist Claire Watkins loop-based experimental pop is fleshed out with an army of synthesizers, guitars, and percussion, taking this former bedroom project to new heights. Peppered with film, TV, and literary references throughout, the title of this EP is a reference to David Foster Wallace's landmark essay
E Unibus Pluram, wherein Image Fiction is described as a post-post-modernist reaction in ‘90s fiction to pop culture centric, reference-based literature. You'll hear lyrical points of reference running the gamut from The Seventh Seal to Arrested Development. Underneath it all though, you'll hear the unique vision of a new band that is more than the sum of its parts.
>Steve Roach/Jorge Reyes
– The Ancestor Circle CD (Projekt)
Conjuring images of a primal futurism, this alchemical blending-of-sound is a ceremonial offering to the forgotten gods.
The Ancestor Circle is a new tribal-ambient-electronic collaboration, the first recording from Roach & Reyes since Vine ~ Bark & Spore.
>Nell Robinson & The Rose Of No-Man's Land
– Nell Robinson & The Rose Of No-Man's Land CD (Nell Robinson Music)
Nell Robinson is a singer/songwriter who has been described variously as ''a modern-day Patsy Cline'' and one of the ''freshest voices in roots music.'' Produced by Grammy-winning producer Joe Henry, the new songs weave together stories from the Revolutionary War to the present, inspired by 250 years of letters, stories and poetry from Nell's rural Alabama family. Includes guest appearances from Kris Kristofferson, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Jim Nunally, Kathy Baker and others.

>Rolling Stones
– From The Vault: Hampton Coliseum (Live In 1981) 2xCD+DVD/2xCD+Blu-ray (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
The Rolling Stones American Tour in 1981 was the most successful tour of that year taking a then record $50 million dollars in ticket sales. The tour was in support of the critically and commercially successful
Tattoo You album. There were fifty dates on the tour which ran from Philadelphia at the end of September through to Hampton, Virginia on the 18th and 19th of December. The show on December 18th, which was also Keith Richards birthday, was the first ever music concert to be broadcast on television as a pay-per-view event. The footage has now been carefully restored with remixed/remastered audio by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show. (Also available as single disc DVD and Blu-ray editions. Vinyl version due November 24.
>Saint Saviour
– In The Seams CD (Surface Area)
Becky Jones aka Saint Saviour is the former lead singer with The RGBs and fronted and co-wrote the singles on Groove Armada's Grammy nominated album
Black Light. Collaborating on this album with Bill Ryder-Jones (The Coral), it is a marked departure from her 2012 debut Uncut - stripping back and laying bare the beautiful song-craft of an artist clearly in her prime. The result is a selection of twelve delicate and heart-felt, folk-infused tracks woven into In The Seams - full of lush strings, softly plucked guitars and tender vocals. Vinyl version due November 18.
>The Skull
– For Those Who Are Asleep CD/LP (Tee Pee)
The Skull is the new band featuring original members Eric Wagner (vocals) and Jeff ''Oly'' Olson (drums) of American doom metal legends Trouble alongside long-time Trouble bassist Ron Holzner, guitarist Lothar Keller and former Pentagram guitarist Matt Goldsborough. The group's debut,
For Those Which Are Asleep, features ten tracks of elemental heavy metal.
>Spain
– Sargent Place CD/LP (Dine Alone)
"For Josh Haden and Spain there has been something of a reawakening – the wonderful 2012 return,
The Soul Of Spain hinted back to the band's earliest work but clearly lit something of a fire. For, swiftly in that record's wake we received The Morning Becomes Eclectic Session – an EP-length set of (further) stripped-back versions of the Soul Of Spain material and other favorites, such as the wonderful Spiritual back from 1995's Blue Moods Of Spain album. And here now we have brand new full-length, Sargent Place. This record carries on in much the same vein as Soul Of Spain, that fire not only re-lit but set to slow-burn as opener ‘Love At First Sight' glides in on a glorious waft of bass, a nearly-creepy song forming, slowly, purposefully gathering itself up behind the breathy vocal." – Off The Tracks
>Springtime Carnivore
– Springtime Carnival CD (Autumn Tone)
"Take a step backwards to the days of carefree wanderlust. Inhale a sense of joyous pop music with a touch of old-school dance to grasp another generation. Complications fade away. Things become clear. Worries diminish and you are brought into a world of unapologetic vibrancy. Springtime Carnivore (aka Greta Morgan) delivers just that in her self-titled debut album.
Springtime Carnival is like a storybook of the sorts—full of wonderment and musical notes that take on different characters" – Sound And Silence. Vinyl version due November 10.
>The SqueeGees
– Vegetable Soup CD (Little Record Company)
As one of the most popular children's music groups, the SqueeGees have long been a favorite of young kids and their parents. The Redondo Beach band has been producing upbeat, family friendly tunes for a number years.

>Streets Of Laredo
– Volumes I & II CD (Dine Alone)
Streets of Laredo is a sing-a-long collision of jangling harmonies, stomping percussion, horns, guitars, and more crazy instruments than you can shake a sampler at.

>T-Pain
– Presents The Happy Hour: The Greatest Hits CD (RCA)
Hits collection from Tallahassee, Florida native T-Pain. Includes guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Ludacris, Yung Joc, B.o.B and many more.

>Teyana Taylor
– VII CD (G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam)
The multiple talents of high profile young singer-songwriter, designer, dancer/choreographer, actress, and Harlem native Teyana Taylor all come together this summer and fall, starting with last summer's release of her debut single, ''Maybe'' featuring Yo Gotti and Pusha T. In addition to singing on Kanye's
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Teyana has collaborated on projects with a Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Willow Smith, Jadakiss, Cam'ron, Jim Jones, and Beyonce, to name a few. VII brings you into the world of this hip-hop tomboy with an amazing voice. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe includes bonus tracks.
>Trophy Eyes
– Mend, Move On CD (Hopeless)
New album from the Aussie punks. Vinyl version due November 10.

>TV Smith
– I Delete CD (Drumming Monkey)
16th album from the iconic British singer/songwriter and former mainman in punk pioneers The Adverts.

>The Vamps
– Meet The Vamps CD (Island)
Debut studio album by British pop rock band.
Meet The Vamps features the singles ''Somebody To You'' featuring Demi Lovato, ''Can We Dance'', ''Oh Cecilia'' featuring Shawn Mendes and more.
>Various Artists
– Black Fire! New Spirits! Radical And Revolutionary Jazz In The USA 1957-82 2xCD/3xLP+MP3 (Soul Jazz)
Captures the radicalism and self-determination of pioneering jazz artists in the 1960s and early 1970s. During this era, jazz music in the USA was in an almost constant state of revolution with the music and lives of African-American artists radicalized by civil rights, the avant-garde, Black Power and a new spiritual awakening. At the start of the 1960s, jazz entered a unique new period of revolution as African-American musicians re-defined the art form in the context of the civil rights movement, afro-centric rhythm and thought and an ideology of black economic empowerment. Features John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Pharoah Sanders, Albert Ayler, Ornette Coleman, Roland Kirk, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Alice Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, Leon Thomas, Cecil Taylor and more.

>Various Artists
– Hyperdub 10.4 2xCD (Hyperdub)
Final episode in the series returns to the club, this time focused on house, garage and techno. Features one disc of new and recent material, paired with a second full of bangers from the Hyperdub canon in recent years.

>Various Artists [Groove Armada]
– Late Night Tales Presents Automatic Soul CD/LP (Night Time Story)
It is 1983 and you've just stepped into your Ford Capri with your girlfriend Julie. You live in Harlow, but in your head you're really somewhere near Salou in Spain, next to your yacht. But the thing you really love is soul and they play nothing but at Sups in Loughton. OK, so It s not 1983 at all. It's 2014, but listening to this electrofied soul, will put you back in the zone. Tom Findlay, one half of Grammy-nominated Groove Armada, has put this collection together: a stamp of authenticity in itself. Tom has also put a few of these through the edit wringer, reworking many of the tunes for maximum towelling sockability.

>Various Artists
- Uncompromising Expression: Singles Collection 5xCD (Blue Note)
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Blue Note, the label has released a comprehensive 5xCD singles box set. Opening with the label's very first signing - the pianist Meade Lux Lewis - and closing 75 years later with the beautifully progressive sounds of Derrick Hodge,
Uncompromising Expression is a complete overview of the one of the most inspired and eclectic catalogs of jazz. This collection features jazz greats from Thelonious Monk to Art Blakey to John Coltrane to Donald Byrd, Cassandra Wilson, Norah Jones and more. Packaged in a beautiful slipcase, the box set also includes a 48-page booklet featuring a complete discography of the 75 titles included in this set.
>Sonny Vincent & Spite
– Spiteful CD/LP (Ultramafic)
Three years in the making, four rock & roll bastards get together to f*ck shit up. Totally on fire, call the mother f*cking fire department now, these bastards have a vengeance. Features Steve MacKay (Stooges), Rat Scabies (The Damned), Sonny Vincent (Testors), and Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols). Pressed on translucent blue vinyl.

>Virginia Wing
– Measures Of Joy CD/LP (Fire)
Measures Of Joy is a work of psychedelic majesty that avoids the rockist trappings that many contemporary bands fall into; speaking to everyday anxiety and isolation and in contrast, seeking to evoke an inner world of pastoral fortification. The startlingly realized collection draws influence from the radiophonic sounds of Broadcast, the kosmische wonder of Cluster and the rhythmic propulsion of This Heat whilst never directly emulating any particular style.
>Wax Taylor
– Phonovisions Symphonic Orchestra 2xCD+DVD/4xLP+MP3 (Le Plan)
A multifaceted and fiercely independent artist, Wax Tailor established himself in just a few years as one of the leading voices of the post hip-hop and downtempo scenes. With three albums under his belt, as well as over 400 concerts in over 50 countries, he erupted from France to become an international phenomenon.
Phonovisions was recorded live with over 50 musicians on stage.
>Wild Smiles
– Always Tomorrow CD/LP (Sunday Best)
Debut LP from the Winchester garage rock outfit. Spanning 11 tracks, the resulting album addresses "issues that most other young bands are too scared or ignorant of to approach," according to a press release. It goes on to say that "the album traces a thematic arc of growing up and getting out, the struggles of the debt-heavy, priced-out youth generation."

>Neil Young
– Storytone CD/2xCD (Reprise)
Storytone was recorded live in the studio with a 92-piece orchestra, choir and Young. He took a different approach with this record, recording the songs on his own, in a solo-setting to creating compelling versions of the songs in a new light, resulting in a deeply-personal emotional listening experience throughout the record. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe includes a version of the album recorded solo and a version recorded with the full orchestra. Vinyl version due December 16.

DVDs + Blu-ray:
>Big Star
– Live In Memphis DVD (Omnivore)
Big Star's only known professionally filmed show in its entirety. Contains Big Star classics like "Thank You Friends," "September Gurls," and "The Ballad Of El Goodo," Chris Bell's "I Am The Cosmos," and covers of T.Rex, The Kinks, Todd Rundgren and more, performed by Big Star: Alex Chilton, Jody Stephens, and Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow from The Posies.

>Eric Clapton
– Planes, Trains And Eric DVD/Blu-ray (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
Planes, Trains And Eric follows Eric Clapton and his band on the Far and Middle Eastern leg of his 2014 World Tour. The film features 13 full length performances from the tour intercut with interviews with Eric Clapton and the band members, rehearsal and soundcheck footage, travel by trains and planes, presentations and fly on the wall filming of all the many aspects of being on the road with Eric Clapton. 155 minutes.
>Genesis
– Three Sides Live DVD/Blu-ray (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
Three Sides Live was filmed in November 1981 on the Abacab tour in North America and was originally released on VHS to coincide with the live album of the same name. It has only ever been released on DVD in the limited edition box set The Movie Box 1981-2007. Originally filmed in 16mm, the footage has now been fully restored and is being reissued as a standalone DVD and Blu-ray for the first time. The show focuses on tracks from the Duke and Abacab albums and the tracks are intercut with behind the scenes footage and interviews with the band members.
>Rolling Stones
– From The Vault: Hampton Coliseum (Live In 1981) DVD/Blu-ray (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
The Rolling Stones American Tour in 1981 was the most successful tour of that year taking a then record $50 million dollars in ticket sales. The tour was in support of the critically and commercially successful
Tattoo You album. There were fifty dates on the tour which ran from Philadelphia at the end of September through to Hampton, Virginia on the 18th and 19th of December. The show on December 18th, which was also Keith Richards birthday, was the first ever music concert to be broadcast on television as a pay-per-view event. The footage has now been carefully restored with remixed/remastered audio by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show.

This Week's Vinyl Exclusives:
>Belle & Sebastian
– The Boy With The Arab Strap [Reissue/1998] LP+MP3 (Matador)
Belle & Sebastian – Push Barman To Open Old Wounds [Reissue/2005] LP+MP3 (Matador)
Belle & Sebastian – The Third Eye Center [Reissue/2013] LP+MP3 (Matador)
Second round of Belle & Sebastian vinyl reissues, packaged in resealable mylar bags with customized obi strip.

>Boards Of Canada
– Hi Scores [Reissue/1996] LP (Skam)
Reissue of 1996 mini-album, re-recorded and remastered from the original DAT tapes.

>The Bunny Gang
– Thrive LP (Hardline Entertainment)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. New full-length from Nathen Maxwell, long-time bassist of Flogging Molly, produced by Ryan Hewitt (Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers).

>Can
– Future Days [Reissue/1973] LP (Mute)
Can – Soon Over Babaluma [Reissue/1974] LP (Mute)
Vinyl reissues of the Krautrock pioneer's fifth and sixth studio albums.

>Colin Cowan & The Elastic Stars
– Fall Paths LP (Kingfisher Bluez)
First installment in a series of four season-themed LPs from this Vancouver-based songwriter. Sounds of Bowie and Bolan shine through a haze of psychedelic folk. A florescent cup of warm nostalgic soup fit for any contemporary starchild or drifter.

>Julie Cruise
– Floating Into The Night [Reissue/1989] LP (Plain)
HQ-180gm vinyl reissue of Cruise's 1989 album, featuring songs written and produced by composer Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch. Essential for any
Twin Peaks fan.
>Dada Plan
– A Dada Plan Is Free LP (Kingfisher Bluez)
A Dada Plan Is Free is a trip hop-influenced orchestral noise/storm rock album polluted with synths. Sounds like '80 outsider pop, with retro drum machine programming and synth sounds from a Roland Juno-60. There is a deeper meaning at work here, a haunting, dystopian tinge to its chill metropolitan grooves inspired by Brian Eno and Robert Wyatt.
>Dinosaur Feathers
– Control LP (Ernest Jenning)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Brooklyn's Dinosaur Feathers look to Janet Jackson for spiritual guidance on their groove-laden third album
Control. Insistent drum machines and lithe pulsing bass lines meet shimmering synths, coked-out horns and soulful vocals, dragging 1983 pop/R&B kicking and screaming into the new millennium.
>Dirty Beaches
– Stateless LP (Zoo Music)
On the four-song album
Stateless, Zhang Hungtai further explores the instrumental side of his identity that has been present since his first release in 2007. The album is a reflection on Zhang Hungtai's upbringing in various locales (Taipei/Honolulu/Montreal) and the past two years of living and drifting in Europe. The title reflects several years of reflection on associated ideas like Diaspora, borders and hybridism.
>The Dismemberment Plan
– Change [2001] LP (Partisan)
HQ-180gm vinyl reissue in a gatefold sleeve with a 12-page booklet containing art, photography and lyrics to all 11 songs-including the lyrics to "Ellen And Ben," which was omitted from the original CD version.

>Peter Escott
– The Long O LP (Bedroom Suck)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Known best for his work in Tasmanian freak-rock outfit The Native Cats, long-time Australian poet and sometimes stand-up comedian Peter Escott has recently put to tape a magnificent solo opus,
The Long O. Featuring no other performers and limited to the only instruments Escott knows how to play – piano, synth, melodica, and a solitary, awkwardly self-taught guitar chord – the album is as haunting as it is direct, with Escott's voice lending a reserved gravity to the often soaring arrangements.
>Full Sun
– Itch LP/Cassette (Let's Pretend)
12-song debut from Full Sun, driven by drummer turned songwriter Jeff Grant. On
Itch Grant renews some of the straightforward power-pop of his other band, The Sands, and the punk spirit of his first songwriting venture Pink Razors.
>Future Brown
– Wanna Party/World's Mine 12" (Warp)
Experimental electronic supergroup Future Brown (composed of Fatima Al Qadiri, Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda of Nguzunguzu, and J-Cush of Lit City Trax) drops their debut EP. First up, Chicago vocalist Tink adds her unflustered rhyming to the distilled, grime spine on "Wanna Party," with her vocal flow forming a deadly interplay with the eastern chimes whilst 3D Na'Tee joins in on the remix for an extra dosage of attitude. On the flip, Ruff Sqwad members Prince Rapid and Dirty Danger go verse for verse with former Roll Deep member Roachee, offering their breathless lyrics to the panpipe melodies and rapid-fire ricocheting claps.

>Gino And The Goons
– Shake It! LP/Cassette (Slovenly)
This is the album you wanted to be budget rock. This is the album you wanted to be dumb as f*ck. This is the album that fails on both levels. This is the album that proves Ramones worship doesn't have to be predictable or generic. This is the album that proves that rock & roll doesn't have to be a fashion, and that musical style rules supreme.

>Hieroglyphic Being And The Configurative Or Modular Me Trio
– The Seer Of Cosmic Visions 2xLP (Planet Mu)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Producer and boss of Mathematics records, Chicago's Jamal Moss aka Hieroglyphic Being is a one-off musical explorer. Jamal's music takes cues from the EBM and house that played a huge part in the city's musical underground in the late eighties and early nineties, notably Ron Hardy and Adonis, but also Industrial, avant-jazz and noise.

>Iceage
– Plowing Into The Field Of Love LP+MP3 (Matador)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Channeling the rage and emotion of their tempestuous early releases into finely honed musicianship,
Plowing Into The Field Of Love features piano, mandolin, viola and organ atop Johan Suurballe-Wieth s razor-sharp guitars and the lolloping, synchronized rhythm section of Jacob Tvilling Pless and Dan Kjær Nielsen. The record has a clear, uncompressed sound, and Elias Bender Rønnenfelt s desperate vocals are out front, nakedly accountable for the words.
>Ken Jennings
– She's My Rushmore 7" (Kingfisher Bluez)
Thrashy emo punk from the suburbs of Vancouver's DIY scene that echoes the heartache of a generation raised on The Promise Ring and countless late-night TV series marathons.

>Philip Johnson
– Youth In Mourning [Reissue/1982] LP+MP3 (Superior Viaduct)
Johnson is a lost figure in early industrial music/UK cassette culture. This is the first-time reissue of sole LP release from 1982. For fans of Cabaret Voltaire, John Bender and The Shadow Ring.

>Kode9 & The Spaceape
– Killing Season 12" (Hyperdub)
Hyperdub boss Kode9 and regular collaborator The Spaceape return to the label for joint EP. According to the press release, "The emotional, spiritual and psychological effects of living with illness and the "unknown" are dissected wryly, but often with unforgiving brutality in this new batch of songs."

>Korallreven
– Second Comin' LP (Cascine)
Korallreven's second album features guest collaborations by Japanese legend Cornelius, Maria Linden of I Break Horses and the Tensta Gospel Choir.

>The Liminanas
– Crystal Anis [Reissue/2012] LP (HoZac)
The sophomore LP from this breakthrough French combo is back in print.
Crystal Anis is brimming with humming, fuzz-filled effervescent pop. It's a slice of modern French Ye-Ye gone underground, conjuring a dimly-lit atmosphere where the long lost transcendent sounds of The Factory intersperse with modern noir nuances to unbelievable effect.
>Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness
– Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness LP (10 Spot/Vanguard)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness is the latest project from the Jack's Mannequin/Something Corporate leader. Features the single "Cecilia And The Satellite."

>Mono
– The Last Dawn LP (Temporary Residence)
Mono – Rays Of Darkness LP (Temporary Residence)
Released last week on CD – now available on vinyl. Two brand new companion studio albums by Japanese experimental rock group. Recorded simultaneously yet conceptually and creatively disparate, the two act as both opposing and complementary sides to a story.
The Last Dawn is the "lighter" of the two, thematically and melodically, drawing on an array of influences from minimalist film score to vintage shoegaze. Rays Of Darkness is billed as the band's blackest album ever, a collection of scorched riffs, doom rhythms, and an unexpected contribution from post-hardcore pioneer Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy.
>Only Wolf
– Chemicals LP (Kingfisher Bluez)
Taking his name from a terrifying encounter with a pack of hungry wolves, Sean Parker's debut LP as Only Wolf is a sprawling, late night drive of a record that feels precise, organic, and infinitely spaced out. Incorporating the natural sounds of the countryside (crashing waves, clinking cowbells, and creaking trees) and armed with an MPC1000 drum machine and guitar, creating a sound that feels natural and otherworldly at the same time.

>Outrageous Cherry
– The Digital Age LP+MP3 (Burger)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. A new set of rock & roll gems from Detroit power pop legends.

>Portastatic
– The Summer Of The Shark [2003] LP+MP3 (Merge)
Mac McCaughan, co-founder of Merge Records and frontman of the band Superchunk, began recording solo albums under the name Portastatic in the early ‘90s. Beginning with this album, Portastatic evolved from a lo-fi side project to become McCaughan?s main focus throughout Superchunk's long hiatus in the early ‘00s. Recorded in Chapel Hill NC,
The Summer Of The Shark included contributions from Janet Weiss (Wild Flag, Quasi, Sleater-Kinney), Tony Crow (Lambchop), Margaret White (Versus, Matt Pond PA), Matthew McCaughan (Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger), Aaron Oliva, and John Plymale. White vinyl.
>Joey Ramone
– Don't Worry About Me [Reissue/2002] LP (Sanctuary)
Digitally remastered reissue of the out of print 2002 debut solo album from the late, legendary Joey Ramone. Features the Joey's cover of Louis Armstrong's "What A Wonderful World." Guest appearances from Marky Ramone (drums on six tracks), The Damned's Captain Sensible, Jerry Only, and Dr. Chud.

>SGNLS
– 2 LP (FDH)
Have you ever thought about what it might sound like if Hawkwind recruited Genesis P. Orrigdge and members of The Units into the band? Or if Kraftwerk merged w/members of Pink Floyd and Crass to work on a concept record together? Meet SGNLS, who truly blur the lines of synth-punk, industrial, psych, and krautrock while still holding a pop sensibility.

>Sick Thoughts
– Fat Kid With A 10inch 10" (Slovenly)
The nastiest recording yet from this pudgy, pimple faced f*ck. Channeling GG & The Jabbers and Japanese noise with heavy negatory spirit on each track, this is a sonically screwed and puberty drenched hatful of hateful punk rock sputum.

>Skinny Kids
– Strangers 7" (Kingfisher Bluez)
Four garage-pop reverb freakouts centering on the theme of "strangers." Deserts, gypsies, highways, and some serious Carlos Castaneda vibes.

>Soundtrack
– Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack [Reissue/1994] 3xLP (SRC Vinyl)
32 American classics on HQ-180gm red, white, and blue vinyl.

>Spacemen 3
– Live At The New Morning, Geneva, 5.18.89 LP (Mental Groove)
Sonic Boom concedes in his sleeve notes "the set presented here, is as it was... except the show was twice this length. We tuned and smoked for almost as long as we played." It's a strong set most notably for the half-hour rendition of "Suicide" that takes up the entirety of side B. It's a seething, pulsating kraut-psych monster.

>Strength Of Materials
– Occam's Depilatory 7" (Kingfisher Bluez)
Debut single featuring Ford Pier (D.O.A., Neko Case) -- a unique string quartet sounding like Mark E. Smith going orchestral. Weird, yelping dissonance, precise soaring melody, and pop culture-curmudgeon lyrics.

>SW/MM/NG
– Feel Not Bad LP (Old Flame)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "
Feel Not Bad brings surprisingly bright summer pop from the heart of the country. SW/MM/NG's sound is comparable to other popular alt-rock notables. Lead singer Brian Kupillas's singing style is very similar to The Walkmen's Hamilton Leithauser. Despite this apparent resemblance, SW/MM/NG maintains individuality. The songs pull different punches from the typical surf anthems of summer. Where most insert high-pitched keyboard solos, SW/MM/NG brings in spacy synth touches, which heighten the ambience of youthful wonder." – LSU Revielle
>Tomorrow's Tulips
– When LP+MP3 (Burger)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Beautifully bummed-out chiller pop.

>Tres Mission
– Stigmata 2xLP (Big Dada)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.

>Twerps
– Back To You b/w Always Waiting 7"+MP3 (Merge)
This single quickly follows the band's
Underlay EP and precedes their second full-length Range Anxiety, due in January. Non-album B-side.
>Ultramarine
– Every Man & Woman Is A Star [Reissue/1991] 2xLP (Rough Trade)
This album offers a mesh of acoustic textures underpinned by a sometimes dubby, sometimes upfront beat. It's a lavish mix of light yet infectious rhythms and mellow vibes, recalling lazy afternoons and bright summer seascapes. Largely instrumental, the album also features lyric snatches from Kevin Ayers and Robert Wyatt.

>Various Artists
– Ghoul's Night Out Volume 1 LP (Simpletone)
Various Artists – Ghoul's Night Out Volume 2 LP (Simpletone)
Obscure ‘50s rockers with a ghoulish theme.

>Various Artists
- I'm Just Like You" Sly's Stone Flower 1969-70 2xLP (Light In The Attic)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. In 1970, The Family Stone were at the peak of their popularity, but the maestro Sly Stone had already moved his head to a completely different space. The first evidence of Sly's musical about-turn was revealed by the small catalog of his new label, Stone Flower: a pioneering, peculiar, minimal electro-funk sound that unfolded over just four 7" singles. Stone Flower's releases were credited to their individual artists, but each had Sly's design and musicianship stamped into the grooves–and the words "Written by Sylvester Stewart/Produced and arranged by Sly Stone" on the sticker. Set up by Stone's manager David Kapralik with distribution by Atlantic Records, Stone Flower was, predictably, a family affair.

>Veruca Salt
– American Thighs [Reissue/1994] LP (Minty Fresh)
Influential '90s indie rockers Veruca Salt reissue their debut album,
American Thighs, for a 20th anniversary vinyl edition. Produced by Brad Wood (Liz Phair, Smashing Pumpkins, Placebo), the album launched the singles "Seether." "Number One Blind," and "Victorla."
>Whirr/Nothing
– Split LP (Run For Cover)
Whirr's signature atmospheric haze enthralls more than ever in what seems like a nine-minute dream. Their masterful control of soundscapes is matched only by an intensity that their shoegazing predecessors could only wish to achieve. Nothing's contribution is a full-on aural assault: the two songs are aggressive, yet harmonious.