new vinyl love...

for the week of 28 OCTOBER 2014...
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Ryan Adams – Vampires 7" (Pax Americana)
Ryan Adams' Pax Am limited edition 7" vinyl series continues with "Vampires." Previous installments include "Gimme Something Good", "1984", and "Jacksonville."
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>Modest Mouse – White Lies, Yellow Teeth b/w Buttons To Push The Buttons 7" (Glacial Pace)
Modest Mouse are celebrating the days when they were at their rawest, playing stunningly rough guitar and howling lyrics for lost souls over disorientating dissonance.
This Is a Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About and The Lonesome Crowded West are two early entries in the indie rock canon, and they're being reissued so we can all have the proof. This 7" features two tracks that failed to make their way onto a record proper: "White Lies, Yellow Teeth," which has been swimming freely through the internet for a while, and "Buttons To Push Buttons".
>Modest Mouse
– This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About [Reissue/1996] 2xLP+MP3 (Glacial Pace)
Originally released in 1996,
This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About is Modest Mouse's debut LP, and made a significant mark for the band. Expanding upon the themes of emotional and geographic isolation present in their early material, the album sees the band mixing slow, brooding numbers with thrashing guitar assaults, and is worth a revisit. HQ-180gm.
Ryan Adams – Vampires 7" (Pax Americana)
Ryan Adams' Pax Am limited edition 7" vinyl series continues with "Vampires." Previous installments include "Gimme Something Good", "1984", and "Jacksonville."

Tony Allen
- Film Of Life LP (Jazz Village)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. For his tenth album, Tony Allen, the co-creator of Afrobeat, has pulled out all the stops. At his side are French producers The Jazzbastards and fellow world-class musicians including Damon Albarn (Gorillaz, The Good The Bad & The Queen, Blur). With
Film Of Life, Allen has produced an album that has the ring of a true self-portrait, offering an overview of his rich and exemplary career that brings together bebop, Afrobeat jazz and psychedelic pop.
Sam Amidon
– Lily-O LP (Nonesuch)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Lily-O is a collection of reimagined folk songs by Vermont-born singer/fiddler/banjoist/guitarist Sam Amidon. The album features the innovative jazz guitarist and composer Bill Frisell, along with Amidon's other frequent collaborators, bassist Shahzad Ismaily and drummer Chris Vatalaro. Lily-O's ten songs are mostly traditional folk songs gathered from disparate sources and refashioned in Amidon's signature way.
Apocalypse Meow
– Baseball And Alcohol 7" (Dirt Cult)
Another killer melodic punk band from Minneapolis! Features Justin Francis from Off With Their Heads as well as John and Jub from Sundowners playing catchy and clever songs about... Well, just look at the title of the record.

Balmorhea
– Balmorhea LP (Western Vinyl)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Balmorhea (pronounced Bal-more-ay) is a six-piece instrumental group from Austin, TX. Founded by Rob Lowe and Michael Muller in 2006, the band has produced five full-length albums, including
Stranger, which was released in October 2012. Inceptually influenced by the band's namesake, a tiny West Texas town of 500 people, Balmorhea's early work reflected motifs of the American Southwest: the folklore of Texas settlers, the emotive proclamations of the mountainous setting, and intimate studies on solitude, nature, and night. Slowly adding more members to the band over the years, including a string section and full percussion, Balmorhea's rich and layered music continues to be simultaneously concise and complex, uniting a collection of ideas, textures, and sounds into one genre-defying landscape.
The Beach Boys
– The Beach Boys' Christmas Album [Reissue/1964] LP (Capitol)
Vinyl repress of the mono version of this holiday classic.

Beach Slang
– Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street 7" (Tiny Engines)
Seamless mix of indie, emo, and pop/punk is the perfect punk rock soundtrack.

Bing & Ruth
- Tomorrow Was The Golden Age 2xLP (Rvng Intl.)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Tomorrow Was The Golden Age is an album length composition by minimalist ensemble Bing & Ruth. Written and conducted by pianist David Moore, the album is a halcyonic journey to a never-ending place, where music waxes, wanes and drifts imperceptibly from silence to grand, glowing sound. With untethered textures inspired by the indeterminate music of Morton Feldman and later torchbearer Gavin Bryars, Tomorrow Was The Golden Age achieves canon-level quality for instrumental music. Within the piece's extended passages, Bing & Ruth wander through gradient fields of color, illuminated by a delicate architecture of slowly developing microtonal harmonies, Steve Reich-ian piano lines and the same analog tape delay that launched both Brian Eno‘s Apollo and the greatest dub reggae engineers into the unknown.
Björk
– Greatest Hits [Reissue/2003] LP (One Little Indian)
Vinyl reissue of Björk's hits album, circa 2003. Compiled via a fan survey conducted on her Web site, Björk's
Greatest Hits eschews presenting the tracks in chronological order, making for a jumbled ride through the vocalist's unique, twisted, and frequently brilliant discography.
Bludded Head
– Reign In Bludd LP (Sleeping Giant Glossolalia)
Reign In Bludd was recorded at Electrical Audio in Chicago in the midst of frontman Nevada Hill's battle with life threatening cancer. "Craggy, iterated riffs, tortured vocals, and inspired minimalisms brought to a modicum of tone and dynamics where every note change and shift in texture feels like part of a backporch storytelling session in a slasher flick, very intimate and immediate but somehow rife with unspoken menace." – Metalbase
Simon Boswell
– Stage Fright [OST] LP (Flick)
Original soundtrack to the 1987 horror flick composed by Simon Boswell. Simon had already contributed music and songs to Dario Argento's
Phenomena and scored all of Lamberto Bava's Demoni II. When it came to hiring a composer for Stage Fright, Simon came highly recommended. Boswell's classical roots rub shoulders with the distinctive 'thrashy' sound of ‘70s English punk music, dreamy synth landscapes and the programmed rhythms of the indie dance music that he produced so much of in the ‘80s. Altogether, this enabled him to compose a score that was very contemporary, hypnotic, scary and, when needed, both beautiful and aggressive.
Bulbous Creation
– You Won't Remember Dying [Reissue/1994] LP (Numero)
In 1971, Bulbous Creation poured what little personal surplus they had into a full day of recording at Cavern Studios, tracking enough material for a full length album. The band wouldn't stay together long enough to save up for a custom pressing on Rock. Singer/guitarist Paul Parkinson was deeply individualistic, and left to perform his songs as he thought they should be, as a solo act. He preferred coffee shops to concert halls, and would stick to his craft another 20 years before hanging it up.

Cherry Glazerr
– Had Ten Dollaz b/w Nurse Ratched 7" (Suicide Squeeze)
The band's debut cassette was released by California's current kings of DIY power pop and garage rock, Burger Records.

Coffinworm
- IV.I.VIII LP (The Flenser)
Released earlier this year on CD – now available on vinyl. Latest release from the notorious Indianapolis-based blackened doom metal band.

Consumer Electronics
– Estuary English 2x12"+CD (Dirter Promotions)
Whitehouse fellow Philip Best joins forces with Sarah Froelich and Russell Haswell to make some more intimidating, totally ridiculous music under the Consumer Electronics moniker. Here the noisemaker Best spouts, spits and scowls a lot of spoken word nonsense over abrasive industrial sounds and flat-lining beats -- sounds that move at the speed strobe-lights do.

Cult Of Riggonia
- Nematode Rodriguez Presents Harry Chanchfield LP (Cloud)
Cult Of Riggonia is a psychedelic collective from Macon, GA. Waves of texture with catchy melodies that rise up from the primordial stew. Hints of Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band, Animal Collective, Gong, and African music. Their live show is a full-on sensory experience with video projections, costumes, and stuffed animals. There are whoop and hollers, and they chant together in a language of their own construction. The drummer has a spastic high energy style that relates more to free jazz than ordinary pop music. The things he does with a drumstick with one hand, while working a sampler with the other are truly mind-blowing.

Kevin Drumm
– The Back Room LP (Monotype)
Kevin Drumm is a Chicago-based experimental artist and one of the most important musicians in the electroacoustic noise scene. During his career he has worked with great improvisers such as Mats Gustafsson, producer Jim O'Rourke and saxophonist Ken Vandermark.
The Back Room is a vinyl reissue of a previously self-released album. Two years ago, Drumm prepared by himself 100 copies of a CDR full of intensive noise.
Famine Year
– Ja Kaiken Kruumaa Kuolema 2xLP (If Society)
One of the best crusty punk rock records out this year. Formed in Helsinki, Finland, these guys are perfect for fans of Tragedy, Victims, Feast, and From Ashes Rise.

Fate Vs. Free Willy
– Every Human Was A Child 7" (If Society)
Noise punk from Finland that combines noise elements into a very punk way of making music.

Form And Mess
– Form And Mess LP (Sick Room)
Form And Mess Ping pongs between the worlds of math rock, free jazz, avant garde, noise, metal, and experimental music. Featuring members of Storm & Stress as well as Many Arms. Mastered by Bob Weston.

Ace Frehley
– Space Invader LP (E1)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. New album from the from the Kiss guitarist. Includes a cover of Steve Miller Band's "The Joker."

Philip Glass
– Candyman [OST] LP (One Way Static)
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Clive Barker's 1992
Candyman composed and performed by Philip Glass.
The Good Graces
– Close To The Sun LP (Fort Lowell)
This 11-track offering hinting at a wide variety of influences, ultimately coming off like an indie Lucinda Williams or perhaps a countrified Liz Phair.

Grave Walks
– She's A Suicide b/w Teresa, I Love You 7" (Windian)
Grave Walks is the side project of Dan Sartain and Jacob Turnbloom (Mrs. Magician). Two tracks of ethereal desert rock bathed in reverb and propelled by a skeletal but hypnotic drum pattern.

Green
– Green [Reissue/1986] LP (Lion Productions)
First time vinyl reissue of this vaunted power pop classic. Green was an all-embracing band, with a taste for punk, glam rock and soul - and with the twitchy sort of energy that burbled around in the late-‘80s, pre-grunge underground (a little Feelies anyone?). HQ-180gm.

HaiKai No Ku
– Ultra High Dimensionality 2xLP+MP3 (Box)
By now, avid fans of doom and psychedelia will be familiar with Bong member Mike Vest's patented hyper-fuzz guitar shrieks and damaged feedback.

JP Harris & The Tough Choices
– Home Is Where The Hurt Is LP+MP3 (Cow Island)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Influences include George Jones, Buck Owens and Don Rich, Johnny Paycheck, Motörhead, Del Reeves, Wanda Jackson, Roy Acuff, Tammy Wynette and many others.

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.
Chrissie Hynde
– Stockholm [Tour Edition] LP (Caroline)
Limited splattered color vinyl pressing of the Pretenders frontwoman's debut solo album.

I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness
– Dust LP (Secretly Canadian)
The band's second full-length picks up where 2006's
Fear Is On Our Side left off, with ten new tracks of dark, driving, propulsive rock.
Iron Maiden
– Piece Of Mind [Reissue/1983] LP (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Flight Of Icarus [Reissue/1983] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Aces High [Reissue/1984] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Powerslave [Reissue/1984] LP (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – 2 Minutes To Midnight [Reissue/1984] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Live After Death [Reissue/1985] 2xLP (Sanctuary)
Second batch of HQ-180gm black vinyl reissues of the first eight Iron Maiden albums along with the 7" singles of each respective album.

Iron Maiden
– The Complete Albums Collection 1980– 1988 3xLP (Sanctuary)
Special Collector's Box contains the first three Iron Maiden LPs (
Iron Maiden, Killers and The Number Of The Beast), each pressed on HQ-180gm black vinyl.
Philip Johnson
– Youth In Mourning [Reissue/1982] LP+MP3 (Superior Viaduct)
Philip Johnson, a lost figure in the dark waters of early industrial music, self-released over 25 tapes starting in the late '70s. As a part of the cassette culture in the UK, he produced ethereal soundscapes, damaged electronics and undanceable drum patterns, along with homemade j-cards. For his first and only LP, 1982's
Youth In Mourning, Johnson further refined his approach with mesmerizing audio collages and Mark-E-Smith-ian vocals to make one of the most unique documents of the era.
Fern Jones
– Glory Road LP (Numero)
Fern Jones voice was all Saturday night, delivered on a Sunday morning. Patsy on Jesus. Elvis without the pelvis. Her only album, released by Dot Records in 1959, captured 36-year-old Sister Fern as she anointed church music with the same untamed energy that younger white Southerners were bringing to their rock 'n' roll.

Kasabian
– 48:13 LP (Harvest)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. The distinct sound and integrity of Kasabian's fifth studio album defines the very essence of the band, their trademark sound distilled and re-packaged into one incredibly exciting, unique statement of intent.
48:13 is driven by the continuous evolution and musical experimentation of the band through their previous four albums.
Kiesza
– Sound Of A Woman LP (Island)
Released last week on CD – now available on vinyl. Kiesza's sound is as diverse as her resume. Having served as a reservist in the Royal Canadian Navy and competed in Miss Universe Canada, she played folk ditties before gravitating toward the electronic grooves of her debut album. The release is anchored by the breakout single "Hideaway," a pulsing house number that hearkens back to the genre's early-'90s heyday, with Kiesza providing the sultry vocals.

Kikagaku Moyo
– Kikagaku Moyo [2012] LP (Captcha)
Kikagaku Moyo – Mammatus Clouds LP (Captcha)
This Tokyo band started channeling the spirits of the Japanese psychedelic underground in the Summer of 2012, quickly developing the sound of '60s psychedelia to a breathtaking degree. Their self-titled debut exerts an elemental power. Enlivening their sound with sitars, percussive drums, theremins, wind instruments, and ethereal vocals, the band manages to sound powerfully spacious and lazily serene all at once. The highly-sought after
Mammatus Clouds EP was originally only released on a limited run of 100 cassettes in early 2014, and is now available on high quality, heavyweight vinyl. Each song builds on a direct, yet otherworldly folk/psych vibe, evolving into a joyous, haunting, far-out and totally colorful tribal sound.
Kylesa
– Spiral Shadow [Reissue/2010] LP (Season Of Mist)
Vinyl reissue of the sludge metal band's fifth album.

LVL UP
– Hoodwink'd LP+MP3 (Double Double Whammy)
NYC cult-rockers LVL UP's sophomore LP is an ambitious piece of work, with 15 songs that showcase the band's ability to draw from a diverse set of influences, ranging from ‘90s indie rock, to ‘80s new wave and ‘70s power pop. Pressed on either black or white 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.

Mannequin Pu*sy
– Gypsy Pervert LP (Tiny Engines)
Shifting seamlessly from grungey punk rock blasts to more textured shoegazey pop, Mannequin Pu*sy show off a diverse palette on their debut album.

Martial Canterel
– Gyors, Lassú LP (Dais)
Gyors, Lassú progresses far beyond the cages of "minimal synth" and embraces the noisier qualities of its sound with a renewed urgency, a kind of thickness embodied in multiple layers using only Eurorack, Serge & Roland 100 modular systems at his disposal and flushing out the entire session in one take.
Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood
– Juice LP (Indirecto)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Juice combines the group's signature grooves with a newfound lyrical melodicism over a program of original compositions and four covers including a powerful hymn-like version of Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'" and a dizzying dub deconstruction of Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love." Throughout, Juice showcases the quartet's dynamic interplay and razor-sharp improvisational acumen.
Minus The Bear
– Planet Of Ice [Reissue/2007] 2xLP+MP3 (Suicide Squeeze)
Following the success of
Highly Refined Pirates' forward-thinking guitar gymnastics and Menos El Oso's groundbreaking glitch rock, Seattle's premier pop revisionists Minus The Bear dug into some of rock music's most ostentatious years for inspiration for their 2007 album, Planet Of Ice. The title alone conjures images of Yes's Relayer album art, and the influence of the elder statesmen's symphonic scope can be felt throughout Planet Of Ice's lush and intricate arrangements. You can also hear the band channel the ominous instrumental interplay of Lamb-era Genesis on "Dr. L'Ling," the deceptively savvy musicianship and pristine production of Steely Dan on "White Mystery," and the tightrope walk between ethereal space and pre-metal riffage of Pink Floyd on "Lotus."
Modest Mouse
– White Lies, Yellow Teeth b/w Buttons To Push The Buttons 7" (Glacial Pace)
Modest Mouse are celebrating the days when they were at their rawest, playing stunningly rough guitar and howling lyrics for lost souls over disorientating dissonance.
This Is a Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About and The Lonesome Crowded West are two early entries in the indie rock canon, and they're being reissued so we can all have the proof. This 7" features two tracks that failed to make their way onto a record proper: "White Lies, Yellow Teeth," which has been swimming freely through the internet for a while, and "Buttons To Push Buttons".
Modest Mouse
– This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About [Reissue/1996] 2xLP+MP3 (Glacial Pace)
Originally released in 1996,
This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About is Modest Mouse's debut LP, and made a significant mark for the band. Expanding upon the themes of emotional and geographic isolation present in their early material, the album sees the band mixing slow, brooding numbers with thrashing guitar assaults, and is worth a revisit. HQ-180gm.
Thelonious Monk
– Genius Of Modern Music Volume One [Reissue/1947] 10" (Blue Note)
Belonging in every jazz collection, volume one of Thelonious Monk's 1947 10''
Genius Of Modern Music features the first sessions Monk recorded as a leader. In 1956 Blue Note reissued this iconic album as a 12'' and added previously unissued tracks. It is impossible to overstate the importance of these sessions as they include some of the earliest Monk recordings that would become standards, including ''Round Midnight'' which is now one of the most popular jazz compositions ever recorded.
Moyamoya
– Moyamoya LP (Fort Lowell)
Instrumental math-rock influenced genre-spanning tunes that hold you hostage from the first wavering guitar riff until the final ambient resolve.

Multicult
– Variable Impulse LP (Sleeping Giant Glossolalia)
Third LP from this Baltimore-based acid damaged post-punk/noise rock trio. An unrelenting collection of tracks that go straight for the gut with a plowing bass sound.

Nadja
– Bliss Torn From Emptiness [Reissue/2005] 2xLP (Dirter Promotions)
Double-LP album from the drone/doom band - includes a previously-unreleased live version of "Memory Leak." HQ-180gm heavy splatter color vinyl, housed in a matte laminated gatefold sleeve.

New Medicine
–Breaking The Model LP (Imagen)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Debut from the Nashville, TN melodic hardcore band.

Ocean Blue
– Waterworks LP (Korda)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. After stints with Sire and Mercury Records in the late ‘80s through late ‘90s, Ocean Blue return with their first release in over 10 years. The melodic singing, chimey guitars and lush keyboards the band is known for weave their way through the songs. "It's fresh but also sounds like beautiful, vintage Ocean Blue." -- USA Today

Ought
– Once More With Feeling 10" (Constellation)
This 10" release brings fans up to date with Ought's two years of songwriting and reveals additional facets of the band, including its ability to play w/ nostalgia & balladry, feverish revival-tent testifying, & improv/abstraction.

Pord
– Wild LP (Solar Flare)
Powerful noise rock reminiscent of reference bands such as Dazzling Killmen, Keelhaul, or Craw. A collection of complexly structured compositions with a throbbing and hypnotic undertow.

Dianne Reeves
– I Remember [Reissue/1991] LP (Blue Note)
Originally released in 1991,
I Remember, by jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves is re-released as part of the overall Blue Note 75th anniversary vinyl reissue campaign spearheaded by current Blue Note Records President, Don Was.
Horace Silver & Jazz Messengers
- Horace Silver & Jazz Messengers [Reissue/1955] (Blue Note)
Originally released in 1955,
Horace Silver & Jazz Messengers was a seminal album in the launch of hard bop jazz. Pianist, Horace Silver joined forces with drummer, Art Blakey, and the Jazz Messengers to create this new sound. This was the first album by the Jazz Messengers and it features two jazz classics: ''The Preacher'' and ''Doodlin'.''
Frank Sinatra
– Jolly Christmas From Frank Sinatra [Reissue/1957] LP (Capitol)
Frank Sinatra – Moonlight By Sinatra [Reissue/1966] LP (Capitol)
Vinyl reissues now available.

Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy
& The Conspirators – World On Fire LP (Dik Hayd)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. A full throttle and in-your-face, a hunk of burning rock & roll that takes no prisoners.

Damo Suzuki & Mugstar
– Start From Zero LP (Important)
The shamanic presence of the legendary Damo Suzuki immersed in the full-on, intense sound of Mugstar, as they forge forward through the deep space of Kraut/psych.

Throwing Muses
– Purgatory/Paradise 2xLP/Cassette (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
Released last November on CD with an accompanying book of lyrics/essay/artwork,
Purgatory/Paradise won the band some of the best reviews of their illustrious career. Coming on the heels of Kristin Hersh's Rat Girl, a stunning piece of literature, Purgatory/Paradise heralds a creative renaissance from one of the most unique artists in the history of rock. Hersh has always written with a cinematographer's eye, the epitome of show & tell, and P/P is a masterpiece of detail. Sweaty and noir-ish, it unfolds like a film.
Mia Doi Todd
– Floresta LP (City Zen)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. In March of 2014, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Mia Doi Todd spent ten days at the beautiful Estúdio El Rocha in São Paulo, Brazil and recorded an album of her favorite Brazilian songs - some famous, some obscure - all about nature. The album is entitled
Floresta, or "Forest" in Portuguese.
Useless Eaters
– Bleeding Moon LP (Castle Face)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Seth Sutton has been ripping the shit out of terse Telecaster-sharp riffs and Devo-indebted angular rhythms with Useless Eaters since the dude was 18 years old. A young protégé of Jay Reatard, Sutton's home-fried concoctions are sharp, corrosive mini-masterpieces that drive you to flick cigarettes and push strangers. Psycho-sexual, serrated vocals; thin, acidic guitars; rubbery bass and hot-to-tape traps lather the whole disc.
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>Sleater-Kinney
– Sleater-Kinney [Reissue/1995] CD/LP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
– Call The Doctor [Reissue/1996] CD/LP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
– Dig Me Out [Reissue/1997] CD/LP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
– All Hands On The Bad One [Reissue/2000] LP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
– One Beat [Reissue/2002] CD/LP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
– The Woods [Reissue/2005] 2xLP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
– Start Together 1994-2008 7xLP+MP3 (Sub Pop)
Remastered reissues now available. Sleater-Kinney were known for their feminist, left-leaning politics, and were an integral part of the riot grrrl and indie rock scenes in the Pacific Northwest. (The
Start Together vinyl box set compiles all seven of Sleater-Kinney's critically-acclaimed albums, plus a 44-page hardcover book and an art print. Each LP is on a different color of vinyl, and this box is the only way to get these albums on color wax.)
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Nightmares On Wax
– A Word Of Science [Reissue/1991] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
– Smokers Delight [Reissue/1995] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
– Carboot Soul [Reissue/1999] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
– Mind Elevation [Reissue/2002] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
– Mind Elevation [Reissue/2006] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
– Thought So… [Reissue/2008] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
N.O.W.'s first six albums have been repressed on vinyl. They are the longest serving artist on the Warp Records roster.
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>Fennesz – Venice [2004] 2xLP (Touch)
Special 10th anniversary edition and first time available on vinyl. Gatefold double LP release -- 14 tracks. Artwork and photography by Jon Wozencroft. Featuring David Sylvian (vocals) and Burkhard Stangl (guitar).
Venice, the fourth studio album by Christian Fennesz, finds electronic music at a crossroads between its early status as digital subculture, and the feeling that there has to be something more, an emotional quality that rises above noise and moves towards melody and rapture.
Jhené Aiko – Souled Out LP (Def Jam)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "There's something admirable about truly stepping out on your own, as your own person. You're leaving behind that helping hand, that ‘co-sign,' and pursing your dreams, able to stand without the crutch. Los Angeles native Jhene Aiko has gained the support of numerous high-level, high-visibility artists, such as Drake, Childish Gambino, No-ID (producer and label boss at Artium/Def Jam), as well as TDE representatives (and former frequent collaborators) Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul. In a very bold and courageous move, she has decided to use her debut album, the soul-bearing
Souled Out, as her first foray as a truly standalone act." – Hot New Hip Hop
The Aislers Set
– Terrible Things Happen [Reissue/1998] LP+MP3 (Slumberland)
The Aislers Set – Last Match [Reissue/2000] LP+MP3 (Slumberland)
Vinyl reissues of the first and second albums by the group formed by members of SF's Henry's Dress and Go Sailor. First time available on vinyl in over a decade.

Asylum
– Asylum 7" (Vinyl Conflict)
Debut from this Richmond, VA-based group, delivering some of the most devastating and precisely executed hardcore punk you'll hear these days. A brooding hardcore assault powered by the driving rhythm of Motörhead, layered with buzzsaw guitars that bring to mind classic Scandinavian bands, and delivered w/the nonstop intensity of Discharge.

Black Rituals
– Of Deconstruction LP (Sige)
Black Spirituals is the Oakland, CA based duo of Zachary James Watkins on electronics and strings and Marshall Trammell on percussion. This is the band's debut full length after cassette releases on Sixtyhurts and The Tapeworm.
Of Deconstruction emerges from a landscape of sameness fully-formed and armed to the teeth with its improvised , ritualistic, flux-like combination of live electronics and acoustic instruments.
The Body/Sand Worm
– Split LP+MP3 (Thrill Jockey)
The Body and Sandworm contribute full sides of brand new material, exhibiting the diversity of heaviness in the Providence community. This is the debut release from Sandworm, an explosive duo that plays raw and elemental black metal. Clear vinyl.

Breakout
– True Crime 7" (Grave Mistake)
A UK punk meets US hardcore pummeling. Solid, catchy, furiously great songs from this Austin-based punk band.

Broncho
– Just Enough Hip To A Woman LP (Dine Alone)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. This Oklahoma band crafts sing-along anthems that combine punk and garage-rock, combining the best elements of both genres: raw guitar chords and energy, plus DIY sentiment, but with hi-fi production.

Cave
– Release LP (Drag City)
This vinyl-only release compiles jams from the sweltering heart of Cave that didn't make it onto their three LPs and three EPs. Like the best singles, Cave's sides here have singular qualities that songs on albums can't, as they unwind themselves over 30 or more minutes in time. A couple of the "Release" tracks rock more extreme too, which the Cave-head will find in awesome contrast to the refined production of
Neverendless and Threace.
Wyatt Cenac
– Brooklyn LP (Other Music)
New standup comedy LP from NY-based stand-up comedian/actor/writer best known for his work on
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. Vinyl-only release.
Coheed And Cambria
– In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3 [Reissue/2003] 2xLP (Sony Legacy)
Vinyl reissue of the second album from the prog/hard rock/alternative outfit.

John Wesley Coleman
– Chicken Woman 7" (Urinal Cake)
John Wesley Coleman – Love That You Own LP (Burger)
Austin weirdo by way of Irving, Texas—John Wesley Coleman is a renaissance man of sorts, having done time in The Golden Boys, as well as performing stand up comedy, painting, writing books and movie scripts, and amassing a body of solo material that makes most bands look like total slouches. The man offers up to you two tracks of desert-haunted psychedelic rock n' roll filtered through a true storytellers sieve.

Julie Cruise
– Floating Through 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 film director David Lynch. Essential for any
Twin Peaks fan.
Daniel Steven Crafts
– Soap Opera Suite/Snake Oil Symphony [1982] LP (Lutra)
Original sealed copies of this pioneering cut-up work from 1982 by self-taught legend. One side is a plunderphonic montage that contrasts hysterical dialogue from early 1980s soap operas with quieter, bland remarks, punctuated by library music jingles and short enigmas that appeal to one's sense of paranoia. The other side-long track also traffics in found sound, this time snatched from instructional salesmanship LPs and television programs, edited into a depiction of people as merchandise living lives that oscillate between buying and selling.

Cymbals Eat Guitars
– Why There Are Mountains [Reissue/2009] LP+MP3 (Barsuk)
Vinyl reissue of Cymbals Eat Guitars' debut album.

De De Lind
- Io Non So Da Dove Vengo e Non So Dove Mai Andrò, Uomo è Il Nome Che Mi Hanno Dato [Reissue/1973] LP (VMS)
Look for "De De Lind" on the internet and you will find mainly two results: those related to a Playboy magazine model very much in vogue in the ‘60s, and those concerning the eponymous Italian progressive rock meteor band. A band that surely deserved more success at the time—their LP was released in 1973—but that was largely ignored, apart from a modest, mostly negative review appeared on Ciao 2001 magazine. Only recently De De Lind and their only record have been re-evaluated, and they're now considered a fundamental piece in the Italian progressive scene.

Destruction Unit
– Eclipse [Reissue/2010] LP (FDH)
Upon its release in 2010,
Eclipse was quite a departure from the synthpunk background that the band was known for, as the band dove deeper into a epic psych rock sound. Uber-limited (100 copies) mixed color vinyl reissue.
Dirty Fences
– Ladies Choice 7" (Oops Baby)
"Dirty Fences from New York City sling ‘70s street-level punk rock & roll. Tommy Ramone beat. Harmonies. Tons of vocals. From fast slasher power pop tunes to country ballads to Eddie Cochran style parents­just­dont­understand sex rock and roll, they know their stuff and have a lot of fun with it."

Drilling For Blasting
– How To Play Guitar 7" (Let's Pretend)
Drilling For Blasting is a Chicago two piece band that rocks like a three-and-a-half piece outfit. This is the sort of loud, weird, odd but grooving sort of tunes that shows their deep roots and love for both post punk angular rhythms and twisted Beefheart blues.

Steve Earle
– Train A-Comin' [Reissue/1995] LP (Plain)
Steve Earle – I Feel Alright [Reissue/1996] LP (Plain)
HQ-180 vinyl reissues. Steve Earle's first record after emerging from artistic struggles, prison, and addiction, 1995's
Train A-Comin' finds an artist starting from scratch and returning to the very basics of his musical vision. A little bit country, a little bit rock & roll, Steve Earle has bounced between those extremes for years, producing great albums of nearly-straight country and totally-hard rock. On I Feel Alright, though, Earle finally finds a way to blend the styles seamlessly.
The Earls Of Leicester
– Earls Of Leicester LP (Rounder)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. The Earls of Leicester features the ''who's who'' of Bluegrass whose music and their very name pays tribute to the contributions to the bluegrass genre made by Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. Band members include: Jerry Douglas (dobro) Shawn Camp (guitar, lead vocals), Johnny Warren (fiddle), Charlie Cushman (banjo), Barry Bales (bass), and Tim O'Brien (mandolin).

Fennesz
– Venice [2004] 2xLP (Touch)
Special 10th anniversary edition and first time available on vinyl. Gatefold double LP release -- 14 tracks. Artwork and photography by Jon Wozencroft. Featuring David Sylvian (vocals) and Burkhard Stangl (guitar).
Venice, the fourth studio album by Christian Fennesz, finds electronic music at a crossroads between its early status as digital subculture, and the feeling that there has to be something more, an emotional quality that rises above noise and moves towards melody and rapture.
Flesh Lights
– No Longer b/w You Don't Know 7" (Tristworthy)
Steadily turning heads in the garage rock underground for a couple of years, this new 7" is the band's first new release in a couple of years after a series of records on 12XU, Super Secret and Thread Pull, along with two previous releases on Twistworthy. Perfectly described as "power -pop with balls", Flesh Lights continue to rock, roll, and spread the good word of "muscle pop."

George Edwards Group
– Chapter III LP (Drag City)
Chapter III of The George-Edwards Group archives draws from deep in the pockets of their sporadic later embodiment. With their grand ‘70s dreams of Hollywood stardom fading, Edward Balian and Ray George continued to track their winsome muse, perhaps a bit more aggro and with a bit more dolor than they had back in the 38:38 days.
Ghost Knife
– Garrote Guarantee 7" (Tristworthy)
Comprised of three guys—Mike Wiebe, Ben "Snakepit" White, and Chris Pfeffer—who have spent time touring the world with the Riverboat Gamblers, J Church, High Tension Wires, Criaturas, and many others, Ghost Knife's new four-song 7" is a powder keg of frantic punk-pop energy filled with excellent songwriting and punchy, tuneful melodies.

Gnidrolog
– Lady Lake [Reissue/1972] LP (4 Men With Beards)
Lady Lake saw Gnidrolog continue to develop their unique form of progressive rock, which had critics compare the band to cohorts such as Gentle Giant and Van Der Graaf Generator.
Keiji Haino/Jim O'rourke/Oren Ambarchi
- Only Wanting To Melt Beautifully Is It A Lack Of Contentment That Stirs Affection For Those Things Said To Be As Of Yet Unseen LP (Black Truffle)
Presenting the entire first set of the trio's March 2013 concert at Tokyo's legendary SuperDeluxe,
Only Wanting To Melt Beautifully Away Is It A Lack of Contentment That Stirs Affection For Those Things Said To Be As Of Yet Unseen is their fifth release and blows the instrumental palette wide open for a single continuous piece focused on acoustic strings, synth, flute and percussion. Featuring one of Haino's most delicate and moving recorded vocal performances, the opening section of the record takes the form of a spare duet between O'Rourke's 12-string acoustic guitar and Haino's kantele (a Finnish variant of the dulcimer), behind which Ambarchi provides a hovering backdrop of wine glass tones.
Handsome Jack
– Do What Comes Naturally LP (Alive)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Produced by Zachary Gabbard of the Buffalo Killers and featuring Bob Nave (of the legendary Lemon Pipers) on Hammond organ, among others,
Do What Comes Naturally seamlessly flows through deep dark mid-tempo boogies, smoky upbeat burners, and soulful feel-good rockers all with a natural ease.
Terrance Hannum
– Via Negativa LP (Ultech)
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.

Heat Leisure
– III/IV LP+CD (Thrill Jockey)
Heat Leisure is a collective featuring the Pontiak brothers along with Greg Fox (Guardian Alien, Liturgy, Ben Frost), Alexandra Drewchin (Guardian Alien, Eartheater), and Steve Strohmeier (Beach House). The group takes a freewheeling approach to psychedelia with obvious nods to Amon Düül II, Can and the Grateful Dead.

Iceage
– Plowing Into The Field Of Love 2xLP (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.
Ides Of Gemini
– Old World New Wave LP (Sige)
Old World New Wave is the second full length from Ides of Gemini, the follow up to 2012's Constantinople. "Processional doom, [with] ethereal female harmonies and high-strung riffs [that] incite head-bowing, not –banging." – SPIN
Jeff The Brotherhood
– Dig The Classics LP (WB)
A self-produced EP of covers. Brothers Jake (guitars, vocals) and Jamin Orrall (drums) have chosen six of their favorite songs to include on
Dig The Classics including Pixies' "Gouge Away," My Bloody Valentine's "Come In Alone," Teenage Fanclub's "Mad Dog 20/20," and Beck's "Totally Confused."
Kayo Dot
– Coffins On Io LP (The Flenser)
Released last week on CD – now available on vinyl. Led by founding member Toby Driver (Secret Chiefs 3), Kayo Dot emerged in 2002 from the ashes of Boston, MA, metal group Maudlin Of The Well. Since then, Driver has led Kayo Dot through lineup changes and stylistic shifts: from traditional metal, to atmospheric, avant-garde metal; and now with their new album Coffins on Io, to the bats-in-your-belfry hard rock of Sisters Of Mercy intersecting with Peter Gabriel-era Genesis, Scritti Politti and early Roxy Music.

The Klitz
– Sound Of Memphis '78 7" (Spacecase)
Recorded by Alex Chilton and Sam The Sham in one three-hour blast in the summer of ‘78,
Sounds Of Memphis is the first archival Klitz release. Widely regarded as Memphis' first punk band and championed by Jim Dickinson, The Klitz existed from ‘78 to '80 and never released any official material during their initial lifespan.
Sondre Lerche
– Please LP (Mona)
Recently released on CD -- now available on vinyl. Lerche's new album is brimming with crisp electronic flourishes, bold, economic production, and an infectious new energy and sense of purpose.

Lights
– Little Machines LP (WB)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Third album from the Canadian electro rocker. When Lights first hit the music scene in 2008, she was just a songwriter with a synth and a dream. Her name may have been pluralized but Lights Poxleitner was a one-woman show who played and programmed her own instruments and sang her own lyrics.

Linkin Park
– Hunting Party 2xLP (WB)
Released last summer on CD – now available on vinyl. New studio album featuring "Guilty All The Same" and "Until It's Gone."

Lo-Pan
– Colossus LP (Small Stone)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Lo-Pan s fourth album,
Colossus, is named for the Colossus Of Rhodes -- a 96-foot statue constructed in 280 BC to mark a failed siege and the indomitable nature of the city of Rhodes itself. No surprise it's the Columbus, Ohio, four-piece s most personal album yet and a testament to their growth and survival, as a band and as human beings.
Love And Rockets
– Seventh Dream Of Teenage Heaven [Reissue/1985] LP (Drastic Plastic)
Two years after the split of Bauhaus in 1983, former members Daniel Ash, David J, and Kevin Haskins came together to form Love And Rockets. Combining Bauhaus's signature gothic sound with new elements of glam rock, pop, and psychedelics, the band developed a cult following throughout the late '80s. Their debut album
Seventh Dream Of Teenage Heaven showcases this divergence of sound, fully embracing a unique combination of dark, hypnotic psychedelics, and synthpop. Available on HQ-200gm black or 150gm opaque blue vinyl.
MC5
– Back In The USA [Reissue/1970] LP (4 Men With Beards)
Back In The USA was the second album by Detroit's legendary MC5 but the first to be recorded in the studio. Originally released in 1970 this album takes a step back from the raw in your face sound of their classic debut Kick Out The Jams for a more focused, tighter approach.
Mineral
– The Power Of Failing [Reissue/1995] 2xLP (Arena Rock)
Mineral – End Serenading [Reissue/1998] 2xLP+MP3 (Arena Rock)
HQ-180gm vinyl reissues of the seminal Texas emo band's only two full-length albums.

The Harry Mwale Experience
– The Harry Mwali Experience LP (Strawberry Rain)
This rare Zamrock album is a blend of psychedelic rock, ethnic psychedelic (with fuzz guitar) and even some soul.

Nightmares On Wax
– A Word Of Science [Reissue/1991] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
Nightmares On Wax – Smokers Delight [Reissue/1995] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
Nightmares On Wax – Carboot Soul [Reissue/1999] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
Nightmares On Wax – Mind Elevation [Reissue/2002] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
Nightmares On Wax – Mind Elevation [Reissue/2006] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
Nightmares On Wax – Thought So… [Reissue/2008] 2xLP+MP3 (Warp)
N.O.W.'s first six albums have been repressed on vinyl. They are the longest serving artist on the Warp Records roster.

Nobunny
– Love Visions [Reissue/2008] LP (Almost Ready)
"The mysterious Tucson local (now Oakland, Calfornia), Nobunny, is certainly hitting a chord that's turning ears all over into fuzzy, pink, and protruding embarrassments. Although, he's been kicking around the sud bucket for longer that most realize, it's seems like only recently has he poked his rabbit head up for the rest to take notice. Like a pop machine spewing out a small rivulet of hits, he is not necessarily onto something completely new. Both GG Allin, and The Ramones were touching on the same fizzy button years ago, and the formula of bubblegum fuzz is one oldest socks in the sack, but either way it's good to see it's back. Nobunny's ability to deliver blithesome songs with a maddened and frothy smile is simply brilliant. His bouncy and rollicking style conjures images of dirty bubbles rising over a landscape of unkempt, and insanely catchy hooks that will have the stuffiest of the arm folding camp dancing and acting like idiots within the first couple of chords."—Brett Cross, Victim Of Time

Of Montreal
– Cherry Peel [Reissue/1997] LP (Bar/None)
Of Montreal – Gay Parade [Reissue/1999] LP (Bar/None)
Vinyl reissues of Of Montreal's first and third albums. "Of Montreal are more like third cousins to the E6 clan; their sound is cohesively pop-oriented and distinctively quaint. The songs are bouncy, keyboard- and vocal-driven gems that collapse barbershop harmonies and well-enunciated, Tin Pan Alley vocalizations with Anglo mid-'60s pop (especially that of the ever-popular Kinks)."

Mike Oldfield
– Tubular Bells II [Reissue/1992] LP (Rhino)
Mike Oldfield – The Songs Of Distant Earth [Reissue/1994] LP (Rhino)
Mike Oldfield – Voyager [1996] LP (Rhino)
Mike Oldfield – Tubular Bells III [1998] LP (Rhino)
HQ-180gm reissues now available (some for the first time on vinyl).

Panabrite
– Pavilion LP+MP3 (Immune)
Panabrite is Seattle-based musician Norm Chambers. His music evokes the prime work of ambient music's pioneers, the top tier of kosmische-musik makers, and the more mystical end of the new-age spectrum. He weaves elements from these styles into his own distinctive tapestries, balancing melodic playfulness with compositional rigor.

Pen Test
– Interstate LP (Moniker)
Interstate is an examination of the decline of car culture in American civic religion and the loss of its romanticism. Inspired by Kraftwerk's Autobahn, the album was recorded at Dub Narcotic Studio and mastered by Mikey Young (Total Control, Eddy Current Suppression Ring).
Wilson Pickett
– Hey Jude [Reissue/1969] LP (4 Men With Beards)
Hey Jude is the classic 1969 release by Wilson Pickett cut with the Muscle Shoals session crew while Duane Allman added his intense, bluesy guitar to the mix. This album of hard Southern soul features Pickett in top form with his powerful vocals featured on soul tunes such as "A Man And A Half" and "Toe Hold" alongside choice rock covers including the title track and "Born To Be Wild." HQ-180gm.
Chuck Prophet
– Night Surfer LP (Yep Roc)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Of his new album,
Night Surfer, Prophet comments, "This record is loosely conceptual but universal all the same. It's all about a path forward, about looking around and imagining where we'll be in 20 years if we just follow that path. And of course, you'll find a persistent anxiety throughout; we live, after all, in anxious times. As John Murry told me after a first listen, ‘It brings a tear to the eye and blood to the johnson.'" So yeah, a new record, new sound. It's got it's own groove with in your face guitars that snake and harmonize. They jangle too, thanks in no small part to special guest Peter Buck."
Reversed Nature
– Into The Limbo LP (Cosmic Eye)
Reversed Nature is a psychedelic jam rock band from Greece. Cosmic Eye presents their debut LP, characterized by a constant lazy flow of sounds, rhythms and voices. Never knowing where it will end, the band travel through long excursions falling somewhere between the drifty murk of space rock, krauty influenced jamming and the psychedelic aspect of some tribal post-punk.

Scalped
– Scalped 7" (Warthog Speak)
While not quite as chaotic as their demo tape, this debut EP from San Francisco's Scalped is nearly as much of a noisy, savage stew of heavy breakdowns tucked between some of the most confusing tornados of violent thrash-head-f**kery this side of sanity. Muscular, inventive hardcore at its finest.

Shooting Guns
– Wolfcop (Original Motion Picture Soundrack) LP+MP3 (One Way Static)
A unique blend of heavy Carpenter electronics mixed with Black Sabbath-esque riffs and even a hint of country.

Sonic Avenues
– Sonic Avenues [Reissue/2009] LP (Dead Broke)
Sonic Avenues features members of several Canadian punk/garage acts such as The Steve Adamyk Band and more. This is a deluxe edition remastered reissue of the band's first full length that's been out of circulation since 2009. Includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks, available only with the LP.

Spray Paint
– Cussin' 7" (Upset The Rhythm)
Spray Paint is a no wave punk outfit from Austin, Texas. The trio's buzz-sawing guitars run headlong through labyrinthine tunnels of reverb, chased down by some wildly brain-bashing drums.

The Stray Birds
– Best Medicine CD (Yep Roc)
The band – multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Maya de Vitry, Oliver Craven, and Charlie Muench – hails from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. All three are classically-trained musicians who've been making music of all kinds since childhood (before they reconnected through the local music scene, de Vitry and Muench first met in middle school orchestra); however, they were also all raised with a steady diet of music ranging from pioneers like The Carter Family and Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys to the joyous invention of The Beatles and The Band, to the groundbreaking artistry of Jimi Hendrix. Vinyl version due November 18.

Matthew Sweet
– Girlfriend [Reissue/1991] LP (Plain)
HQ-180gm vinyl reissue of Sweet's 1991 power-pop masterpiece.

Armando Trovaioli
– Ieri, Oggi, Domani (Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film) LP (Contempo)
Yesterday Today Tomorrow is a film in three episodes from 1963 directed by Vittorio De Sica with the beautiful music of Armando Trovaioli. Reprint faithful to the original gatefold release.
Truth & Janey
– Erupts! [Reissue/1976] 2xLP (Lion Productions)
Raw, absolutely bone-crushing live recordings from 1976 by one of the finest and heaviest Midwest power trios of all time. This double-LP feature more than 70 minutes of the explosive live hard rock concert experience, including many tunes not on the band's essential
No Rest For The Wicked album.
Underworld
- Dubnobasswithmyheadaman: 20th Anniversary Edition 2xLP [Reissue/1993] (UMe)
Recently reissued on CD – now available on vinyl. Underworld's third album (though some might call it their debut) showcased the limitless possibilities of electronic music. Although born out of club culture,
Dubnobass defied the accepted genres of the time - equally suited to the dancefloor and the after party, it was as immersive an experience quaking through bassbins or headphones. Two decades on from its original release, it's unarguable that the album is one of the most influential British electronic records of all time; a signpost for everything from dance music's easy relationship with main stages at festivals to the radio/globe-conquering EDM phenomenon.
Various Artists
– Let's Peter Out LP+MP3 (Peter Out)
This is the follow-up compilation to the highly acclaimed
The Peter Out Wave (2012), consisting of 13 bands from nine countries. The most notable difference since 2012 is that most of the upcoming post-punk bands today are guitar based. The darker ‘80s influences have grown very popular in the current punk movement and many great new bands have emerged from there. What still makes this music really interesting is that there are plenty of dynamic visions out there who've emerged from very different musical backgrounds and subcultures. It just goes to show that dreams of the past will lead you to new directions. Includes tracks from Metro Cult, Veil Of Light, Monument, Moth, TR Human, Cosmetics, and more. White vinyl.
Wax Witches
– Center Of Your Universe LP (Burger)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Insanely catchy pop punk blasts from outer space featuring Alex Wall of Bleeding Knees Club.

Weyes Blood
– The Innocents LP+MP3 (Mexican Summer)
The Innocents is the name of the second album by southeastern Pennsylvania's Natalie Mering, who performs as Weyes Blood. Its ten songs confront us with a vocalist of rare choral purity; lyrics so emotionally unflinching that they could pierce stone; music rooted in American and British folk, then pulled and stretched at its fringes, like a sweater that's just begun to unravel. As you sift through her words, you'll feel something, and you'll associate those feeling with past experiences that may cause you to associate them with something more, something that affects your own emotional state. The Innocents is akin to the most primal form of expression: elements laid bare, deeply connected to the past, and miles away from anything else you're likely to hear in music today.
Tim Woulfe
– Tim Wolfe's The Uncouth Swain LP+MP3 (Apollonian Sound)
The Uncouth Swain is an album of existential love songs, Taoist hymns and Alf references filtered through Tim Woulfe's psychedelic sound. "Melodiously walks in the footsteps of Slowdive."—Magic RPM Magazine
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Dr. Octagon - Dr. Octagonecologyst [Reissue/1996] 2xLP (Geffen)
Dr. Octagonecologyst is the debut solo album of rapper Keith Thornton who is also known by his aliases as Dr. Octagon, Dr. Dooom, Black Elvis, Dr. Ultra, Crazy Lou, Poppa Large and Kool Keith. Dr. Octagonecologyst introduces the character of Dr. Octagon, a homicidal, extraterrestrial, time-traveling gynecologist and surgeon. It's hard to exaggerate the role that Dr. Octagon played in revitalizing underground hip-hop.
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Iron Maiden
– Iron Maiden [Reissue/1980] LP (Sanctuary)
– Women In Uniform b/w Invasion [Reissue/1980] 7" (Sanctuary)
– Sanctuary [Reissue/1980] 7" (Sanctuary)
– Purgatory [Reissue/1981] 7" (Sanctuary)
– Killers [Reissue/1981] LP (Sanctuary)
– Twilight Zone b/w Wraithchild [Reissue/1981] 7" (Sanctuary)
– The Number Of The Beast [Reissue/1982] LP (Sanctuary)
– Run To The Hills b/w Total Eclipse [Reissue/1982] 7" (Sanctuary)
– The Number Of The Beast b/w Remember Tomorrow (Live) [Reissue/1982] 7" (Sanctuary)
First batch of HQ-180gm black vinyl reissues of the first eight Iron Maiden albums along with the 7" inch singles of each respective album. More due October 27.
Lydia Ainsworth – Right From Real LP (Artutus)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "Like a fever dream of Julia Holter merging with Grimes, Lydia Ainsworth's future visions weave neoclassical flourishes and enchanted melody-mangles into cool ‘80s sound-beds." -- Dazed

Astral Social Club
– Fountain Transmitter Medications LP+CD (VHF)
A boggling and super-fun 100+ minutes from Neil Campbell’s project delivers the head-on collision of classic UK electronic styles, electric grit and the future.

Ausmuteants
- Order Of Operation LP (Goner)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Order Of Operation is nasty and free of juvenile bullsh!t, but still 100% Australian, and opens with guitarist Shaun Connor’s forehead and thigh-slapping musical and lyrical debut, "Freedom of Information." From there, songs range from balls-to-the-wall punkers ("Felix Tried To Kill Himself," "Boiling Point"), well-considered workouts ("Family Time," "Tunnel Vision") and unguarded tenderness ("Wrong," "Looney Bin").
A Winged Victory For The Sullen
– Atmos 2xLP (Kranky)
Released last week on CD – now available on vinyl. A Winged Victory For The Sullen’s second full-length album sees the duo introduce flurries of electronics, harp and modular synthesizers to their sound in the follow up to the 2011 self-titled album. Composed for Wayne McGregor's Random Dance Company (UK), which provided them with the inspiration to expand their sound palette into more electronic territory, whilst keeping their signature chamber sound, resulting in a very unique release. "An immersive, & inevitably cinematic, ambient gem." -- Mojo

Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga
– Cheek To Cheek LP (Interscope)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Cheek To Cheek is a cross-generational project that combines the fire-power of two superstar talents in their respective areas coming together to create something completely fresh and exciting.
James Brown
– Love Power Peace 3xLP (Sundazed)
James Brown’s magnum opus
Love Power Peace is the sound of the Godfather and his youngblood J.B.’s (including Bootsy and Catfish Collins) electrifying a crazed Parisian audience on March 8, 1971. Sequenced and mixed by Brown himself for a planned triple album, the set was shelved when key band members departed before it could be issued. Here, for the first time, are the sides as intended, exactly as delivered by James Brown Productions to his label in 1971—a triple-LP set with each disc mastered from the original mixdown reels.
Otis Brown III
– The Thought Of You 2xLP (Blue Note)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Drummer Otis Brown III – an invaluable sideman with the likes of Esperanza Spalding, Joe Lovano, Terence Blanchard, Somi, and others – makes his debut.

Bugskull
– Collapsed View LP (Digitalis)
A whimsical summer excursion through jaded forests and crystalline tides, mutating gamelan-esque electronics into an ocean-side romp.

Cages
– Vivipary LP (Black Dots)
Cages has existed in one form or another for a decade, growing into a cohesive and undefinable act. "Avant-garde post-noise" or "experimental neo-folk," we're not so sure. In lieu of descriptive precision, this music that verges on unclassifiable. Recorded in 2012 and lying dormant until now,
Vivipary is the band's defining output to date. As instrumentally alluring as it is aggressive, vocally haunting, and engaging, this record is an all-consuming listening experience.
Cancers
– Fatten The Leeches LP (Dead Broke)
Debut album from this alt-rock band featuring former members of Unfun and Dead Dog.
Fatten The Leeches was produced by Jack Endino.
Stelvio Cipriani
– Concorde Affaire ’79 2xLP (Vombis)
Stelvio Cipriani’s soundtrack for Ruggero Deodato's
Concorde Affaire '79 is a masterpiece, bringing together many diverse styles that the maestro perfected at his prime: propulsive motorik disco funk, epic soaring strings, smooth tropical jazz, ominous atmospheric industrial synthscapes, and more. This limited edition replicates the rare original Japanese release and adds a second LP with 15 bonus tracks, creating a complete and definitive release of Cipriani's finest hour.
Civilized
– Dust And Blood 7" (Youth Attack)
Denver straightedge hardcore band Civilized react violently to their environment with an all-out assault on their eight-song debut EP. This is bare bones hardcore delivered at its highest intensity, with singer Zach Reini’s ferocious delivery leading the offensive in a tour de force of rage and revenge. Those familiar with their
Negative Reflection Demo will take note of their amped up aggression and now masterful execution of riffs, breakdowns, and tempo shifts that heretofore stand unparalleled. White vinyl.
Matthew Collings
– Silence Is A Rhythm Too [2013] LP+MP3 (Denovali)
Matthew Collings – Splintered Instruments LP+MP3 (Denovali)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Matthew Collings is a Scotland-based composer. Not just a solo recording and live artist, he collaborates regularly with musicians from varying fields, including Dag Rosenqvist from Jasper, TX and Denovali labelmate Talvihorros. He is also responsible for several installations using custom-made software, which have been exhibited at Burning Man Festival in San Francisco and Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts. HQ-180gm.

Dilly Dally
- Candy Mountain b/w Green 7" (Fat Possum)
"Toronto four-piece Dilly Dally make grungy, aggressive music with accessible but not quite polished melodies, and are led by Katie Monks, a captivating frontwoman who paradoxically sounds both unhinged and lethargic as she slurs and haphazardly throws her voice around." – Consequence Of Sound

Dasher
– Soviet 7" (Suicide Squeeze)
The primitive urgency of early punk certainly pulses throughout Dasher’s catalog, as the deliberate squall of basement hardcore permeates throughout their latest offering.

Death
– Symbolic LP (Metal Blade)
Vinyl repress of Death’s 1995 album (which was only in-print on wax for a short time in 2007).

Dr. Octagon
- Dr. Octagonecologyst [Reissue/1996] 2xLP (Geffen)
Dr. Octagonecologyst is the debut solo album of rapper Keith Thornton who is also known by his aliases as Dr. Octagon, Dr. Dooom, Black Elvis, Dr. Ultra, Crazy Lou, Poppa Large and Kool Keith. Dr. Octagonecologyst introduces the character of Dr. Octagon, a homicidal, extraterrestrial, time-traveling gynecologist and surgeon. It's hard to exaggerate the role that Dr. Octagon played in revitalizing underground hip-hop.
Erase Errata
– Lost Weekend LP (Under The Sun)
New reunion album from post-punk experimentalists (who have past releases on Blast First, Kill Rock Stars).

Eternal Tapestry
– Guru Overload LP+MP3 (Oaken Palace)
The Portland-based psych boulangers dedicate their full-length to the orangutan, with all profits donated to The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation. Mastered by James Plotkin, recorded in a private cabin deep in the woods,
Guru Overload strikes a balance between the freaked-out A World Out Of Time and the more laid-back Dawn In 2 Dimensions. The smooth flow combines exotic and new sounds with the best of krautrock and psychedelia. Red vinyl.
J Fernandez
- Memorize Now 12" (Atelier Ciseaux)
"We’ve already heard singles ‘Cosmic Was’ and ‘Close Your Eyes’ in all their hazy splendor. Chicago baroque pop experimentalist J Fernandez is ready to unveil his new
Memorize Now EP in its entirety. The jazzy, psychedelic six-song set feels like a winding voyage around an introvert’s wild imagination, tracing a series of looping pathways colored in many muted shades." – Stereogum
Fistula
– Vermin Prolificus LP (To Live A Lie)
Fistula plays evil, down-tuned sludge metal in the vein of 16 and Cattle Press and have remained active for 15+ years.

Stevie Floyd/Aerial Ruin
– Split/Collaboration LP (Devout)
"Stevie Flyod of Dark Castle and Taurus collaborates with Erik Moggridge aka Aerial Ruin) of Old Grandad, Drift On A Curse and thrash metal band Epidemic. The music that they manage to conjure in this release has a distinctive ambient nature. On one hand Stevie Floyd is offering the more experimental vibe on her songs, relying on minimalistic structures and haunting atmospheres, while the Aerial Ruin tracks seem to be existing within the melancholic acoustic territory."—Cvlt Nation

Function/Vatican Shadow
– Games Have Rules 2xLP (Hospital Productions)
Function and Vatican Shadow have combined forces on
Games Have Rules for Hospital Productions, simultaneously stripping back each producer's more prevalent production elements—the dancefloor-focused techno structures of Function; the experimental cassette-roots of Vatican Shadow—to create an album of dynamic electronic ambient music, equal parts rhythmic and atmospheric.
Gang Starr
– Daily Operation [Reissue/1992] LP (Virgin)
Guru continued to deliver intellectual hardcore, mixing deft rhymes with serious beatology while Premier mines the jazz vaults, uncovering some seriously dusty grooves, with which he concocts some of the best minimalist hip-hop to ever be committed to wax. This LP is part of the ''Respect The Classics'' vinyl reissue series tribute to many of hip-hop's finest. Packaged with a 3D lenticular cover treatment, giving the timeless cover art multiple layers of depth.

Generacion Suicida
- Generacion Suicida LP (Going Underground)
Second 12" from Generacion Suicida. "This time around the group (from South Central, not East L.A.) brings nine tracks of their sound. This is their sound, not some knock off, not some imitation, not a homage or retro dress up party... this is what the group does best. I'll save any boring comparisons and you save yours. Jam it up super and see."

Girls At Our Best
– Pleasure [Reissue/1981] LP+12" (Optic Nerve)
Girls At Our Best were one of the finest, most life affirming of a new breed of independent bands who cropped up at the turn of the '80s. Long-standing fan John Peel once referred to them as one of the few groups that made the period bearable. Limited double transparent yellow with pink red and blue splatter vinyl.

Guerilla Toss
– 367 Equalizer LP (Feeding Tube)
367 Equalizer is a one-sided slab of belligerent art damage. The feel of this session is more tempered than that of their wigglesome debut LP, Jeffrey Johnson (as well as their second LP, which shall go nameless). The discordian elements of post-no-wave edge and Brooklyn basement glue party remain, but some of the looser jags have been hauled in and buffed like a fine pair of loafers. This is still definitely the sound of young people, but not in a way that grates on my old man's sensibilities.
The Gun Club
– Mother Juno [Reissue/1987] LP (Bang)
The Gun Club's album
Mother Juno has been remastered for a couple of CD reissues over the years, but it hasn't been pressed on vinyl since its original release in 1987. Recorded in Berlin, the album was produced by Robin Guthrie of Cocteau Twins. This remastered pressing includes the bonus cuts "Crab Dance" and "Nobody's City," which appeared on a 2005 CD reissue but weren't on the original vinyl edition.
Jimi Hendrix
– Rainbow Bridge (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) [Reissue/1971] LP (Sony Legacy)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. In late 1971,
Rainbow Bridge premiered signature classics such as "Dolly Dagger" and further outlined the exciting new creative direction in which Hendrix had steered his music. The album was compiled and mixed by Hendrix’s longtime engineer Eddie Kramer and drummer Mitch Mitchell (with assistance on Rainbow Bridge from fellow Electric Lady Studios engineer John Jansen).
Institute
- Salt 12" (Sacred Bones)
Institute stands at the center of a thriving punk scene in Austin, TX, and Sacred Bones Records proud to be releasing their Salt EP. We fell in love with this band as soon as we heard those early anarcho punk influenced demos, and then saw a blistering set from them in their hometown earlier this year. The
Salt EP is as sharp as the band’s earlier work but suggests longer, more experimental forms and a more incisive lyrical perspective, dealing with topics from existentialism to Brown’s experience as a closeted youth.
Iron Maiden
– Iron Maiden [Reissue/1980] LP (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Women In Uniform b/w Invasion [Reissue/1980] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Sanctuary [Reissue/1980] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Purgatory [Reissue/1981] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Killers [Reissue/1981] LP (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Twilight Zone b/w Wraithchild [Reissue/1981] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast [Reissue/1982] LP (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – Run To The Hills b/w Total Eclipse [Reissue/1982] 7" (Sanctuary)
Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast b/w Remember Tomorrow (Live) [Reissue/1982] 7" (Sanctuary)
First batch of HQ-180gm black vinyl reissues of the first eight Iron Maiden albums along with the 7" inch singles of each respective album. More due October 27.

Ivy
– Ivy 12" (Katorga Works)
Delivering on the lo-fi promise of their demo, NYC's Ivy presents their debut 12", a cleaner and fuller representation of their brand of off-kilter hardcore punk that, no matter how hard they try to play it by-the-books, ends up being terribly unique and truly amazing.

The Jazz Epistles
– Verse 1+ [Reissue/1960] LP (Adventures In Sound)
A collection of super-rare South African jazz. Includes selections from the
Verse 1 album as well as other rare tracks recorded in 1959-1960.
Kikagaku Moyo
– Kikagaku Moyo [2013] LP (Captcha)
Kikagaku Moyo – Mammatus Clouds [2014] LP (Captcha)
The name means Geometric Patterns in Japanese. This Tokyo band started channeling the spirits of the Japanese psychedelic underground in the summer of 2012, quickly developing the sound of ‘60s psychedelia to a breathtaking degree. Their debut album exerts an elemental power. Enlivening their sound with sitars, percussive drums, theremins, wind instruments and ethereal vocals, the band manages to sound powerfully spacious and lazily serene all at once. If you’ve dug bands like Amon Düül, Ghost, Can and the Flower Traveling Band, you should take a chance on Kikagaku Moyo. Pressed on splatter vinyl with 350gm foil stamped, reverse board jackets.

Freddy King
– Bossa Nova & Blues [Reissue/1963] LP (Sundazed)
One of the Three Kings of blues guitar along with B.B. and Albert, Texas-born Freddy (Freddie) King influenced everyone from Eric Clapton and Peter Green in the UK to Jerry Garcia and Stevie Ray Vaughan in the States.

Kivel And Woulfe
– Kive And Woulfe 12"+MP3 (Apollonian Sound)
Split 12" between Matt Kivel and Tim Woulfe. Four songs from Matt, three from Tim—all seven on the ambient/psychedelic edge of a knife.

Krill/LVL UP/Ovlov/Radiator Hospital
– Four-Way Split 7" (Double Double Whammy/Exploding In Sound)
A fatal-four way of gratifyingly noisy and fervid US slacker-rock.

LCD Soundsystem
– This Is Happening [Reissue/2010] 2xLP (DFA)
LCD Soundsystem’s third album is back in print on vinyl. Musically inspired by late 1970's David Bowie,
This Is Happening also has artwork that directly references Bowie's classic 1979 album Lodger.
Low Culture/Needles/ /Pins
– Split 7" (Dirtnap)
Two great DIY punk bands together for an amazing split.

Manateees
– Sit N Spin LP (Pelican Pow Wow)
Dark times call for dark music. Manateees are one of the most menacing punk bands around. And, their long-awaited debut LP is a brooding, nasty, desperate masterpiece. Manateees lay waste to all sunshine pop and "post-punk" with track after track of rage. This record is a nasty, cruel journey into distain. Loud, proud and mean as sh*t (except for the track about being bathed by owls, which is charming). Previous releases on Goner, Tic Tac Totally, Total Punk and Jackshack. "Like a roll of quarters to the face."—Maximumrock’n’roll

Mogwai
– Come On Die Young [Reissue/1999] 4xLP (Chemikal Underground)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Deluxe edition of Mogwai’s 1999 album expanded with over two hours of bonus material. "Mogwai's second album, released in 1999, gets a reissue with a bounty of bonus material that includes demos and the
Travels In Constants EP. On Come On Die Young, Mogwai went about becoming the most sullen, brooding post-rock band they could possibly be." [BNR 8.3] – Pitchfork
Murmers
– Bound LP (Dead Broke)
First official full length from members of Snuggle, Pipsqueak, No Hi-Fives To Bullsh*t, Black Hole Of Calcutta, Makai, Transient, and others. Mastered by Dave Edwardson of Neurosis.

Ora Iso
– Bathcat LP (Ba Da Bing!)
Glorious noise by an Indonesian expat and a Modra guitarist, who traverse abstraction, melody, and fragmentation.

Poison Girls
– Hex [Reissue/1979] 12" (Water Wing)
Poison Girls – Chappaquiddick Bridge [Reissue/1980] LP+7" (Water Wing)
Vinyl reissue of the first two releases by Poison Girls, originally released on Crass Records in in 1979 and 1980, recorded by Penny Rimbaud and John Loder. Spat out of the belly of the UK punk scene, the Poison Girls and Crass played 100 shows together in the span of three years, bonding on a conceptual and artistic approach to punk. A truly original debut LP ,
Chappaquiddick Bridge comes with a one-sided 7" single containing the anthem "Statement."
Porches
- Prism b/w Forgive 7" (Terrible)
"Porches is Aaron Maine, a New York resident who makes spindly, idiosyncratic homemade pop music and who’s been putting out a steady stream of smaller releases for a minute now. He’s now linked up with Terrible Records, the label that Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor co-founded, to release two new songs on a 7" single. The A-side, ‘Prism,’ is a slippery and insinuating synthpop jam." – Stereogum

Riff Raff
– Neon Icon 2xLP (Mad Decent)
Released early last summer on CD – now available on vinyl.
Neon Icon is Riff Raff's long awaited 2014 debut album through Diplo's label, Mad Decent. He's been setting it up for two years. The album features collaborations with Mac Miller, Childish Gambino, Wiz Khalifa and many others.
John Schooley & Walter Daniels
– Dead Mall Blues LP (12xU)
Walter Daniels and John Schooley have been shadowy figures in the rock & roll underground for a combined forty years. Daniels was mixing blues with punk rock as far back as 1992 with Austin, Texas combo Jack O’ Fire, alongside the Big Boys' Tim Kerr. Schooley’s first release as a one man band was a lo-fi cassette recording released on 45 by Goner Records in 1996. Both have been mixing blues and roots music with punk rock and noise ever since. Schooley’s first band The Revelators toured with the now-legendary Oblivians, while Daniels recorded with that same Memphis trio on the Melissa's
Garage Revisited LP.
Slant 6
– Soda Pop Rip Off [Reissue/1993] LP+MP3 (Dischord)
Vinyl reissue of debut full-length from 1993. Red vinyl with download (includes the three songs from the "What Kind Of Monster Are You" single).

Chris Smith
– Bad Orchestra [2007] LP (Hermit Hut)
Vinyl reissue of Chris Smith’s 2007 album. A maelstrom of expansive guitar abstractions, sound collage and full-out rocking.

The Smoke Clears
– Listen [2013] LP (Further)
Smoke Clears is the new alias of Irish producer John Daly. The glistening IDM of "Star Shine" could be an outtake from Aphex Twin's
Selected Ambient Works 1985-1992 (it's that gorgeous). The beautifully hoarfrost-y "Trace" evokes Seefeel's forays into fusing shoegaze atmospheres with abstract electronic beat matrices.
Sonic Avenues
– Sonic Avenues [Reissue/2009] LP (Dead Broke)
Deluxe edition remastered reissue of Sonic Avenues full length that's been out of circulation since 2009. Includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks, available only with the LP. The band fembers of several Canadian punk/garage acts such as The Steve Adamyk Band and others.

The Stranger
– Bleaklow [Reissue/2008] 2xLP (History Always Favors The Winners)
James Kirby (aka Leyland Kirby/V/Vm/The Caretaker) may be a man of many aliases, disguises, and shadows, but none is as overtly apocalyptic as The Stranger. This remastered vinyl edition of his 2008 album
Bleaklow features new artwork by Ivan Seal (who has contributed his singular/unique and deceptively simplistic work to the majority of HAFTW releases).
Joe Jack Talcum
– Home Recordings: 1993-99 LP/Cassette (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
For most people the idea of an intimate evening with Joe Jack Talcum playing songs in their living room sounds terrifying given the reputation of his better-known band The Dead Milkmen, but the appearance in 2011 of
Home Recordings: 1984-90 revealed a sadder, more intimate side to a songwriter better known for his sense of humor. If that volume worked a kind of ‘Daniel Johnston-esqe’ vein, Home Recordings: 1993-99 contains a cosmos of emotion—from funeral marches to raveups, irreverence to lament—sometimes even in the same song.
Taurus
– Life [2012] LP (Devout)
Taurus – No/Thing LP (Devout)
From Portland, Oregon come the ethereal vibrations of Taurus and their 2012 debut
Life, an abstractly painted soundscape that can be summed up as subsonic doom metal heavily mixed with psychedelia and drone. No/Thing will also take you on a nightmarish doom/drone audio roller coaster of a journey. Paranoid screams and black mass rumblings will seep through you cranium delivering chilling avant doom/terrorscapes of suffering, agony and torment but where there is torment there is tranquility and No/Thing is a well balanced album exploring both aspects with each track blending together seamlessly.
The Terminals
– Singles & Sundries LP (Ba Da Bing!)
A collection of rare '90s singles from the New Zealand-based indie act. The Terminals are smack in the center of all that is great about New Zealand music. Members of the group have connections to The Renderers, Scorched Earth Policy, The Axemen, The Pin Group and Dadamah, and the list goes on from there. They bridge the gap between the free-form sprawl of their improvising peers and the melodic beauty of Flying Nun's poppiest groups. The result is a ripcord of rock that sounds vital, intense and fomenting with menace. Collected here for the first time are the singles. Released throughout the 1990s, these songs are the band's finest moments.

Paul Thorn
– Too Blessed To Be Stressed LP (Perpetual Obscurity)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Too Blessed To Be Stressed stakes out new territory for the popular roots-rock songwriter and performer. ''In the past, I've told stories that were mostly inspired by my own life,'' the former prizefighter and literal son of a preacher man offers. ''This time, I've written ten songs that express more universal truths, and I've done it with a purpose: to make people feel good.''
Throwing Muses
– Purgatory/Paradise 2xLP/Cassette (Happy Happy Birthday To Me)
Released last November on CD with an accompanying book of lyrics/essay/artwork,
Purgatory/Paradise won the band some of the best reviews of their illustrious career. Coming on the heels of Kristin Hersh’s Rat Girl, a stunning piece of literature, Purgatory/Paradise heralds a creative renaissance from one of the most unique artists in the history of rock. Hersh has always written with a cinematographer’s eye, the epitome of show & tell, and P/P is a masterpiece of detail. Sweaty and noirish, it unfolds like a film.
Tove Lo – Queen Of The Clouds 2xLP (Island)
Highly anticipated debut album from the Swedish songbird. Tove Lo first entered the pop arena earlier this year in March with the release of her critically acclaimed debut EP,
Truth Serum, and widely appraised live performances at this 2014's SXSW in Austin, TX.
United Nations – The Next Four Years LP (Temporary Residence)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Originally conceived as a frenetic side-project founded by members of Thursday, Glassjaw and Converge, United Nations membership and ideology have evolved into a full-time flagship for incendiary chaos. Their line-up overhauled to include members of acclaimed screamo group Pianos Become The Teeth, United Nations have become a perpetual lightning rod for controversy, confusion, and contempt. Blood red vinyl with black oil splatter.

Unwound
- No Energy 3xLP (Numero Group)
As a robust rock underground got swallowed alive by the Major Label Industrial Complex, the very autonomous Unwound - Olympia, Washington's Great Noise Hope - toed the troublesome line between pay check and Check Engine light. Captured in the gaps of a ruthless touring schedule, defining fourth and fifth albums
The Future Of What and Repetition were issued in the back-to-back springs of 1995 and '96. Both find the band severing their post-hardcore roots, for gripping detours into Echoplex, kraut, D&B, and Mingus, as guided by a sun-worn copy of Book Your Own F**kin' Life.
Ukiah Drag
– In The Reaper’s Quarters LP (Wharf Cat)
Recorded in a secularized Lutheran temple off the banks of the Hudson River, Ukiah Drag’s new LP In the
Reaper's Quarters (produced by the almighty Ben Greenberg) is a fine projection of basement rumination finding temptation in the halls of an ex-God. Straddling the church balcony, licking the scum off stained glass, crooked steeples refracting moonlight and blood…There is no erasure of the Satanic ego as the Drag moves onto new spiritual drippings.
Various Artists
– Higher Ground 10" (Stag-O-Lee)
Eight wild and gritty gospel tunes with an R&B edge from the late '50s/early '60s. Compiled by Duke Jens-O-Matic of Jim Jam Gems fame. First in a new series. Artists include: The Voices Of Jordon, Juanita Johnson & The Gospel Tones, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, Sister Wynona Carr, The Happyland Singers,The Chosen Gospel Singers, The Gospelaires, and The Swan Silvertones. Comes in a vintage-style brown 10" cover (with hole) with a screenprint in gold on the front.

Various Artists
- Peru Bravo: Funk Soul & Psych From Peru's Radical Decade LP (Tiger’s Milk)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Peru Bravo tells the whirlwind story of a culture in flux when, during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, Lima boasted dozens of young bands full of ideas, spontaneous and unfazed by the instability in Peru. Featuring alternative heroes Traffic Sound and Laghonia alongside a selection of unheralded short-lived groups, Peru Bravo is a funk-fuelled ride through a radical decade.
Various Artists
- Tav Falco’s Wild & Exotic World Of Musical Obscurities 2xLP (Stag-O-Lee)
Tav Falco, the Memphis legend (of Panther Burns fame) compiled 25 of his favorite tunes from '50s rockabilly to tangos, waltzes and other wonderful obscurities. Songs he loves, songs he covered with Panther Burns, songs that influenced him, thus shedding much light upon the music that incessantly ignites Falco's muse. Artists include: The Johnny Burnette Trio, Don Willis, Bobby Lee, Allen Page, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, Jimmy Lloyd, Benny Joy, Alexander Princes, Bachicha Bianco, Anton Karas, Los Indios Tacunau, Carlos Di Sarli, Orchestra Juan D'Arienzo, Osvaldo Pugliese, Elmore James, Bobby Blue Bland, Chet Baker, Fred Buscaglione, Martin Denny, Dion & The Belmonts, Shorty Rogers, Charlie Feathers, and Alex Chilton.

Weed Hounds
– Weed Hounds LP (Katorga)
Around five years in the making, Weed Hounds has finally completed their debut full length. This album perfectly captures their phenomenal blend of classic-era shoegaze and '90s indie-pop ala the legendary Slumberland Records. Unlike a majority of their peers at the time, Weed Hounds was able to create something far more extraordinary than the usual, tepid nu-gaze or faux-twee pop that littered the indie world.

Whatever Brains
– SSR-63/SSR-64 2xLP (Sorry State)
The latest in a long line of grand statements reaches new levels of epic. Not a conventional double LP, this is actually two separate EPs packaged as one.
SSR-63 is a single 22-minute track spread across both sides of a 12" EP. A series of linked compositions a la Venom's "At War With Satan", SSR-63 chronicles the plight of a Russian family who lived in complete isolation in Siberia for more than 40 years. SSR-64 continues to develop the band's wide sonic palette, delivering the closest thing to pop that WB has ever created.
Xylouris White
– Goats LP (Other Music)
Collaboration between Cretan lutenist George Zylouris and the post-punk Australian drummer Jim White (of the Dirty Three). Produced by Guy Picciotto of Fugazi,
Goats brings together these varied and inspired personalities to create something undeniably fresh and new.
Wold
– Post Social LP (Death Of Rave)
Released earlier this year on CD – now available on vinyl. One of the most bizarre and polarizing musical entities in extreme music returns with their fifth and most likely final full-length album, completing the circle they started many years ago from the barren wastelands of Saskatchewan, Canada. The five elongated tracks on
Postsocial comprise some of the most intriguing work ever from blackened noise terrorists Wold. Residing on the alien fringes of the harsh black metal, noise and experimental realms, the band’s music is an intimidating yet transcendental barrage of unforgiving white noise steeped in occult and esoteric dogma.
Zodiac
– Sonic Child LP (Prosthetic)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "If you're a fan of old-school prog rock or classical metal, this is right up your alley." – Metal Injection
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The Unicorns – Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone [Reissue/2003] LP (Caterpillar)
Recently reissued on CD – now available on vinyl.
WWCOHWWG? was the third and final full- length album by the Canadian band, and was originally released in 2003. The album gained wide and immediate praise, with broad critical and commercial acclaim from outlets as diverse at NME, Pitchfork and The Village Voice. HQ-180gm pink/black vinyl.
Aeges – Above & Down Below LP (The Mylene Sheath)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Expanding upon the foundation of the sound that already drew influence from the ‘90s post-hardcore era,
Above & Down Below mixes that same heavy edge of Quicksand with the more melodic heavy rock sheen of Soundgarden, Alice In Chains and Queens Of The Stone Age. At times it's as heavy as lead, crushing and lurching hard, while other times it's melodic and hook-laden; usually you'll find this contrast within the same song.
Anthroprophh
- Outside The Circle LP (Rocket Recordings)
Anthroprophh's second album
Outside The Circle is a dizzying psychic voyage that exists in, around, and at all points of the eternal amplified axe-worship continuum. From the sci-fi doom-out of the appropriately-titled "Space Box Zonk Machine" via the unnerving primitive electronica of "Gottmelt," to the early-Monster Magnet-damaged finale "See," no sacred stone is left unturned, here. Yet at all times, 'Prof''s guitar rages through the ether, all banshee howls and fiery tumult; a kaleidoscopic union between Helios Creed and The Velvet Underground of "I Heard Her Call My Name."
Mulatu Astatké
– Ethio Jazz LP (Heavenly Sweetness)
This is the seminal Ethio-jazz album by the master Mulatu. Considered by some to be one of the best African albums of all time. HQ-180gm vinyl in a heavy cardboard cover.

The Asteroid No. 4
– The Asteroid No. 4 LP (Bad Vibrations)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "Asteroid No. 4 returns with an eighth album and another collection of songs that spin around in psych-rock fashion that is no less psychedelic in the purist of rock and roll senses as what it could be. Saying that, there are some real head spinners that would make any fan of Amon Düül drool, but they are few and far between. But compared to
These Flowers Are Ours, the level of intensity is at their highest point in these sporadic gems of hard rock goodness." – Selective Memory
Bad Channels
– Bad Channels CD (Kingfisher Bluez)
Ten tracks of fuzzy, blown out guitar pop influenced by 1960s girl groups, The Ramones, Mo Tucker, Anne Of Green Gables, and Degrassi High. ["Sugarcubes" is] …a starry-eyed bubblegum number that makes us think of root beer floats on the beach."

Francis Bebey
- Psychedelic Sanza 1982-1984 2xLP (Born Bad)
"French label Born Bad with an incredible follow up to their essential
African Electronic Music 1975 – 1982, both collecting the music of Cameroonian-in-Paris, writer, sculptor, and sonic explorer, Francis Bebey. This one is accompanied by artwork of the week from Brussels-based Elzo Durt. Elzo coming from a punk/skate background describes his work, which has graced album sleeves, magazine covers, festival posters, and designs for Lacoste & Carrhart, as a ‘cheerfully morbid universe.' The darkness might seem in contrast with Bebey`s complicated, sometimes frantic, yet always gentle, polyrhythms, but within his compositions there is chant, spell, trance and magic. Invoking ancestors, repelling evil." – Test Pressing
Bodycount
– Bodycount [Reissue/1992] LP (Rhino)
Long out-of-print, here we have a vinyl reissue of Ice-T's thrash metal band's debut album, which featured the notorious track "Cop Killer" until it was deleted from subsequent editions and replaced by "Ice-T/Freedom Of Speech."

Broncho
– Just Enough Hip To Be A Woman LP (Dine Alone)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Harkening back to punk rock's glory days of the ‘70s, Broncho captures the aggression, authenticity and youthful exhilaration of a bygone era. With echoes of The Replacements, Iggy and the Stooges and The Ramones, Broncho is a blisteringly cathartic flash of gritty, crunching guitar work supported by an assaultive rhythm section and made whole by songwriter Ryan Lindsey's aggressive, yelping vocal work.

Bruce Lee Band
– Everything Will Be Alright, My Friend LP (Asian Man)
Almost a full decade since their last release, Mike Park's Bruce Lee Band returns with a brand new album produced by Bomb The Music Industry's Jeff Rosenstock. Eleven tracks of high-energy ska-punk, featuring an all-star roster of musicians and guests.

The Bug
– Exit 2x12" (Ninja Tune)
New EP featuring collaborations with Liz Harris (Grouper), Manga, and Daddy Freddy, plus four extra tracks/versions not included on the recent full length
Angels & Devils.
Can
– Landed [Reissue/1975] CD/LP (Mute)
Can – Flow Motion [Reissue/1976] CD/LP (Mute)
Can – Saw Delight [Reissue/1977] CD/LP (Mute)
Vinyl reissues of Can's seventh, eighth, and ninth albums.

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
– Mirror [Reissue/1971] LP (Friday Music)
HQ-180gm audiophile vinyl reissue with die-cut gatefold sleeve.

Leonard Cohen
– Popular Problems LP+CD (Columbia)
Recently released on CD – now available on HQ-180gm vinyl. "Leonard Cohen turns 80 on September 21, and he remains cooler than any of us. On his birthday, the poetic rock eminence will follow up his quiet 2012 stunner
Old Ideas with a new album called Popular Problems. Cohen produced and co-wrote the LP with the frequent Madonna collaborator Patrick Leonard, who also worked on Old Ideas, and the LP pulls the same trick that Cohen has pulled on his last few albums, pairing up his grave and gravelly voice with weirdly chintzy synth settings." -- Stereogum
The Copyrights
– Report LP (Red Scare)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. After doing the
No Knocks teaser 7" EP with Fat Wreck Chords, The Copyrights have followed up with a 14-song full Report of Midwestern punk.
CUTS
– EP1 12" (Invada)
"CUTS' influences are "abandoned spaces, white noise and sleep paralysis", a trio that loom large in the music, where the buzz and hum of fed-back electronics get underscored by the undoubtedly sinister-feeling creep of industrial percussive mechanisms. Midway through opener, 'CUTS 01' (it only makes sense that the anonymous CUTS would title his tracks with catalogue-like numerics), for example, a burst of razing guitars cuts through the darkened layers, but can't quite escape the menace of the half-heard vocals beneath. That's not to say there aren't moments of light, rather that when they come - as with the lapping waves of feedback that finish off the second track, or the third's vocals, buoyed by a fuzzy upsurge - they're spectral, rung through with distortion." – The Quietus

D-Fekt
– Schattenseite LP (58 Beats)
Deep instrumental hip-hop for fans of Melting Pot Music, Jakarta, etc. D-Fekt is primarily known as an MC from the band Weltuntergang. Space sounds, destructive, synthesized melodies, earthy, pumping drum tones, creaky bass lines and soulful, jazzy notes get mixed up uncompromisingly.

The Dead Milkmen
– Pretty Music For Pretty Special People LP+MP3 (Quid Ergo)
Pulls six tracks off of their new album
Pretty Music For Pretty People plus three of the "C-sides" previously only available as MP3 digital downloads.
Dead Soft
– Dead Soft LP (Kingfisher Bluez)
Heavy pop group from Vancouver, BC making the grunge revival sound strikingly immediate. "Dead Soft harken back to ‘90s grunge-pop with an affinity for overdriven guitars and catchy vocal hooks. The three-piece lays the fuzz on thick with their wall of sound, punctuated by slower moments of reflection, before the aural dam bursts once more."—Discorder Magazine

Deaf Wish
– St. Vincent 7" (Sub Pop)
The
St Vincent EP is the first U.S. release by Melbourne, Australia's Deaf Wish. Deaf Wish have been blowing away audiences in Australia and the US since 2007 with a blistering blend of blown-out punk/noise-rock and layers of melodic haze not unlike early Sonic Youth.
Diamond D And The Psychotic Neurotics
– Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop [Reissue/1992] 2xLP (Get On Down)
Long out-of-print, and even impossible to find on vinyl at the time of its release, Get On Down presents the classic Diamond D debut
Stunts, Blunts & Hip Hop. As the album title states, this album is one long party from beginning to end. Diamond shines both on the mic and behind the boards creating one of the greatest hip-hop albums ever made.
East River Pipe
– Gasoline Age [Reissue/1999] LP+MP3 (Merge)
Hailed by Rolling Stone as "the most gifted of the new loners," F.M. Cornog, aka East River Pipe, originally released Th
e Gasoline Age 15 years ago. Named 1999's Album of the Year by both The New York Times and The Independent (UK), The Gasoline Age was inspired in large part by nighttime drives on New Jersey's seedy Route 22. Automobile imagery appears throughout the album: cybercars, stolen cars, pimpmobiles. The vehicles all seem to carry with them a romanticism that emphasizes even further Cornog's gift of creating a lyrical mood without tying his flights of fancy down to specifics. HQ-180gm featuring nine unreleased tracks via the accompanying download.
Esben And The Witch
– A New Nature LP (Nostromo)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. "Brighton trio Esben And The Witch long ago mastered the art of building up their songs from a brooding crawl to a brutal onslaught of sonic violence — or starting with the violence and scaling back to its eerie aftermath. In doing so, they've always lived up to their name. Whatever its true lineage — be that Kate Bush, Sonic Youth, Swans, Portishead, or Siouxsie And The Banshees — this music always feels like it emanated from some crooked-fingered cackler's cauldron. It's singular, seductive, terrifying stuff. It casts a spell. Esben are still conjuring those sensations on
A New Nature, their first release through their own Nostromo label after parting ways with Matador." – Stereogum
Nico Fidenco
– Black Emanuelle [Reissue] LP (Dagored)
Nico Fidenco – Black Emanuelle: Orient Reportage [Reissue/1976] LP (Dagored)
The legendary Nico Fidenco's score for
Black Emanuelle is by turns sultry and serious, fun and funky. The sound is sophisticated, groovy and melodically memorable; mixing Latin rhythms—in a continuous sexual tension with the exotic images of the beautiful Laura Gemser—and electronic textures that show the influence of early techno masters such as Giorgio Moroder and Kraftwerk. Black Emanuelle Orient Reportage aka Black Emanuelle Goes East is probably the most depraved of all the volumes of the Emanuelle series. Maestro Fidenco relies heavily on layered strings, horns, flutes, violins and an array of exotic instruments and aims for eclecticism in playing with versions of the main theme.
Jeff Grace
– The House Of The Devil (Original Score) LP (Death Waltz)
Coming from the same kind of place as
The Omen and Rosemary's Baby, The House Of The Devil has a certain period aesthetic that is reflected in its brooding and slow-burning score. Whilst it starts with an electric guitar and synth piece that immediately sets the mood and the time, Grace's score doesn't immediately hit you over the head, instead building itself up over time and increasing intensity while always being absolutely unsettling. Transparent red vinyl.
Hard Girls
– Hard LP (Asian Man)
Collection of songs previously unavailable on vinyl from several EPs, as well as previously unreleased material. These songs make up what made Hard Girls such a cult favorite with word of mouth and social media sharing of these songs.

Holy Sons
– Lost Decade II LP (Chrome Peeler)
Radical self-therapy intended to unravel various psychological conflicts and capture an ongoing spiritual implosion during the 1990s of Emil Amos, whose name is immediately recognized by fans of reliable heavyweights such as Om, Grails, Lilacs & Champagne. With an intimacy comparable to Daniel Johnston's Walkman tapes, the ritualistic attempts of our man to capture the rawest picture of human behavior are helped along by the ingestion of mescaline, which explains the eerie witchlike glow of this collection. With contributions from comedian Duncan Trussell. Clear vinyl.

Ice-T
– Rhyme Pays [Reissue/1987] LP (Rhino)
Before Ice-T's success acting in film and television made him a formidable prime-time presence, the artist was a major innovative force in hip-hop. Recognized for his vivid lyrics about inner-city violence, the rapper broke out in 1987, earning a gold record with his debut
Rhyme Pays, as well as major acclaim for Colors, the title song he wrote for Dennis Hopper's film about L.A. gangs.
Iron Lung
– Savagery 7" (Iron Lung)
Twelve songs clocking in around six and a half minutes. Iron Lung's most raw Neanderthal power-violence flexes without bowing to the overworked conventions of the genre. Intentionally nasty and jarring music.

Jukebox The Ghost
– The Great Unknown 7" (Yep Roc)
New single in advance of upcoming self-titled full-length (due October 21).

Konstrukt/Joe McPhee
– Babylon LP+MP3 (Roaratorio)
Turkish free-improv group led by guitarist Umut Çağlar collaborating with the legendary saxophonist in Istanbul with no prior rehearsal or discussion, although the seamless meshing could fool anyone into thinking that they were a longtime working group. Çağlar, who comes to free jazz via electronic music, incorporates moogs and theremin.
Babylon swings from space-raga improv to soaring, full-throated anthemic melodies, to transmissions from some sort of Joe Meek jazz world where bird squeal falsettos pierce through a current of drums, only to struggle for breath, come up laughing, and take off far above.
Lewis & Clarke
– Triumvirate LP (La Societe Expeditio)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
Triumvirate is the first Lewis & Clarke album in five years, and is an hour plus trip of melancholic melodies and warm, world weary beauty. Complex, fragile arrangements mix with unexpected but natural elements to create a tapestry of delicate, intricate psychedelic folk.
Meyhem Lauren & Buckwild
– Silk Pyramids LP (Thrice Great)
Released earlier this year on CD – now available on vinyl. Featured on
Silk Pyramids are the type of classic beats that made D.I.T.C. producer Buckwild a legend. These instrumentals are in the style that fans want most: that classic 1990's hardcore sound: jazzy, soulful and raw as hell. As a bonus, we have included two unreleased full songs not included on the CD or digital versions of the album.
Jason Moran
– All Rise: A Joyful Elegy For Fats Waller LP (Blue Note)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl.
All Rise: A Joyful Elegy For Fats Waller, is a collaboration with the vocalist Meshell Ndegeocello that recasts the music of the legendary jazz entertainer Fats Waller as a modern dance party. The album, which was produced by Ndegeocello and Blue Note Records president Don Was, is the ninth in a formidable catalog that Moran has been building on Blue Note since 1999.
Ennio Morricone
– The Link (Extrasensorial) [Reissue/1982] LP (Dagored)
Ultra rare Ennio Morricone soundtrack for the 1982 horror/thriller
The Link (aka Extrasensorial or Blood Link) directed by Alberto De Martino. The Maestro Morricone delivers a stunning score that is by turns romantic and suspenseful, producing several layered foreground/background compositions and disturbing distortion effects, in accordance with the sophisticated mise-en-scène curated by cinematographer Romano Albani (Phenomena/Inferno) for De Martino's movie. 45rpm Audiophile Quality.
T.E. Morris
– And You Were The Hunter LP (Function)
"While the wait for a new album by his 'day job' grows, T.E. Morris (that's Tom Morris to you) is proving to be one of the most prolific solo artists we've come across in a long time. He's put out a slew of EPs since January of last year, and has already released a full-length album this year. It was called
We Were Animals and came out in April. Yes, it's only been out for four months, but Morris sees no reason to wait to release his second full-length. That's the kind of work ethic a lot of bands would do terrible things for. Of course, it helps that writing songs comes as naturally to him as breathing does to the rest of us - anyone who's heard Her Name Is Calla's monumental debut The Quiet Lamb will agree - but nonetheless, the very existence of And You Were The Hunter comes as a surprise." – The Four Oh Five
Rev. Norb & The Onions
– Rev. Norb & The Onions LP (Certified PR)
Sometimes you want your punk, and you want it served up stupid. Maybe stupid ain't the right word. You don't need it overly smart. Screw all the political hubbub and messages deep. Serve up a punk that's willing to just get drunk, shred some leads and allow you to throttle about, pogo-ing till those brainmeat start to dribble out of your ears like blue raspberry residue under a Slushy lid. Rock ‘n' rollers and outta' controllers. The Onions deliver this sorta tough, dunderheaded fun that we all need from time to time.

Quintron
– Spellcaster II (Death In Space) LP (Pizza Burgler)
Although
Spellcaster II sounds nothing like Spellcaster I, it is in a way a return to form, as Spellcaster II (Death In Space) abandons the party style shout jams that Quintron and Miss Pussycat have become known for in favor of murky instrumental themes constructed from mostly unidentifiable sounds.
Frank Sinatra
– Come Fly With Me [Reissue/1958] LP (Capitol)
Frank Sinatra – Sinatra & Swingin' Brass [Reissue/1962] LP (Capitol)
Vinyl reissues now available. Several others due October 27.

Sleep Thieves
– You Want The Night LP (Minty Fresh)
"Taken from their similarly titled new album set for release this June,
You Want The Night is a darkly hypnotic and throbbing sample of new-age electro that sits somewhere in between Chromatics and Drive soundtrack alumni Desire. Much like the aforementioned film, the track is a throwback to ‘80s style production, kicking in with a simple but intoxicatingly sinister bassline whilst Sorcha Brennan's vocals veer in between lustful and hauntingly malicious." – The Line Of Best Fit
Smashing Pumpkins
– Adore [Reissue/1998] 2xLP (Virgin)
More than 15 years after its original release, and two weeks after the Deluxe Expanded versions,
Adore has been reissued on HQ-180gm double-LP.
Spray Paint
– Clean Blood, Regular Acid LP (Monofonus Press)
Austin's self-described "no-no wave/dub/scum rock" band,
Spray Paint, grace us with their third full length LP, Clean Blood, Regular Acid. Their sound is a bit broken, contemptuous and unhealthy, yet entirely engrossing. At times, it's as equal parts The Fall as it is Endless Boogie, Eddy Current Suppression Ring or Nikki Sudden.
The Stroke Band
– Green And Yellow [Reissue/1978] LP (Anthology Recordings)
Green And Yellow is the collected recordings of legendary lost 1970s Deep South freaksters, The Stroke Band. Seen and heard, until now, by only a few South Georgia pot heads, rednecks, sheriffs, strippers, and intoxicated US Marines. Fronted by Bruce Joyner—a swamp rat synthesis of Buddy Holly, Bryan Ferry and Jerry Lee Lewis—The Stroke Band were an art-punk aberration to anything else happening in South Georgia in 1978-79. This Anthology Recordings re-release of the Green And Yellow album is the first in any form since the private press LP came out in 1978.
Marshal Allen Presents Sun Ra & His Arkestra
– In The Orbit Of Ra 4xLP (Strut)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Strut and Art Yard join forces for a special release to mark what would have been Sun Ra's 100th birthday with this new collection curated by the longest serving member of the Arkestra and current bandleader, Marshall Allen. Bringing together Ra highlights from over 25 years of music, the album is the first internationally released compilation to provide an introduction to the music of Sun Ra, curated personally by the Arkestra and mastered from the original tapes.

Joanne Shaw Taylor
– Dirty Truth LP (Axehouse Music)
New album from the British blues rock guitarist.

Teenager
– E P L P LP (Telephone Explosion)
"Toronto's Teenager toil in garage-inflected post-punk, keeping the proceedings loose enough to give it character, but never soft. The band's new LP, EPLP features the swagger-heavy track ‘Mild Survival,' a sassy, sexy burner."—Noisey

Throbbing Gristle
– Second Annual Report [Reissue/1977] LP (Industrial Records)
Throbbing Gristle – DOA: The Third And Final Report Of Throbbing Gristle [Reissue/1978] LP (Industrial Records)
Throbbing Gristle – Bring You 20 Jazz Funk Greats [Reissue/1979] LP (Industrial Records)
Throbbing Gristle – Heathen Earth: The Live Sounds Of Throbbing Gristle [Reissue/1980] LP (Industrial Records)
Throbbing Gristle – Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits [Reissue/1981] LP (Industrial Records)
Repressed in 2011, out-of-print shortly thereafter, and back in print again. Each album has been restored and remastered specifically for each format by Chris Carter from 24-bit "baked tape" digital transfers of the original first generation analogue master tapes. HQ-180gm.

Una Bestia Incontrolable
– Nou Mon 7" (Iron Lung)
Two brand new long awaited songs to follow up last year's incredible
Observant Com El Món Es Destrueix LP on La Vida Es Un Mus. Anthemic industrial tinged hardcore punk with an anarcho slant from Barcelona.
The Unicorns
– Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone [Reissue/2003] LP (Caterpillar)
Recently reissued on CD – now available on vinyl.
WWCOHWWG? was the third and final full- length album by the Canadian band, and was originally released in 2003. The album gained wide and immediate praise, with broad critical and commercial acclaim from outlets as diverse at NME, Pitchfork and The Village Voice. HQ-180gm pink/black vinyl.
Various Artists
– Decadubs 4 12" (Hyperdub)
Vinyl-only companion-piece to
Hyperdub 10.3. Includes short tracks by Kode 9, The Bug, Dean Blunt, Cooly G, Lee Gamble, and others.
Tim Woulfe
– Joyce 7" (Apollonian Sound)
A small slice of primitive psychedelia for the 21st century romantic. This is the lead single from Woulfe's debut "The Uncouth Swain". Pressed on clear vinyl.

Yes I'm Leaving
– Mission Bulb LP (Homeless)
Yes I'm Leaving have been bubbling away in the suburbs for a few years, releasing three LPs and perfecting an intense live show that is something akin to a sonic melting pot of Scratch Acid and Big Black, utilizing the dynamics of Fugazi and Guided By Voices. "Think Jesus Lizard, various grunge heroes at their most fiery, or a slimmed-down garage-rock version of Swans."—Stereogum

Youth Code
– A Place To Stand 12" (Dais)
Youth Code's latest release,
A Place To Stand, is an expression of rage that could only come from Los Angeles. Perfectly capturing the frustration and claustrophobia of the early ‘80s L.A. hardcore scene but re-appropriating that aggression and melding it to the strict, pounding electronics of classic industrial. Limited to 400 on marble, and 500 on clear bottle green.
Zigtebra
– The Brave LP (For Practically Everyone)
Zigtebra began as a papier-mâché-rich performance art project and has blossomed into a blissful pop duo that methodically excises from their songs anything that's not a hook.
The Brave is their second album. RIYL Bishop Allen, Lavender Diamond, The Carpenters.