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  • gloom influx First LP (LP, £21.95)

    Gloom Influx delivers a positive blend of electronic music and metal, presented as dark synth wave. High-octane and energising tracks like 'Entropy' a... more

  • charles howl My Idol Family (CD, £11.50)

    English musician Charles Howl returns with his second album, which follows on from his 2015 debut Sir Vices. Enthralled by soundtracks and pop music i... more

  • like moths to flames Dark Divine (yellow vinyl LP, £13.50)

    label: rise

    Like Moths To Flames conjure the type of anthems that move crowds and evoke each listener’s deeply rooted passions, as evidenced by the millions of st... more

  • parsonsfield Afterparty EP (6-track CD, £7.25)

    Afterparty's songs, five covers and an original, crackle with a newfound clarity and purpose from Parsonsfield - a band known for infusing a rowdy, ... more

  • ut Ut / Confidential (CD, £10.50)

    Ut is a radical rock group founded by Nina Canal, Jacqui Ham and Sally Young in NYC in Dec 1978. Originating in the downtown No Wave scene and inherit... more

  • sons of raphael Eating People / Rio (7", £5.75)

    label: moshi moshi

    Sons of Raphael are brothers Loral and Ronnel Raphael from London. Their throats are opened graves, they use their tongues to deceive. Sons of Raphael... more

  • cities of mars Temporal Rifts (LP, £20.75)

    Following-up the four-track release 'Celestial Mistress', 2017's 'Temporal Rifts' is the debut full-length by the psychedelic fuzz-doom band hailing f... more

  • elastica Elastica (LP, £23.75)

    label: rough trade

    “Reissue Of The Week” - Sunday Times.  “Captured the whirlwind of the early 90’s Britpop Explosion” - Pitchfork (8.5/10).  Rough Tr... more

  • keiji haino / jim o'rourke / oren ambarchi This Dazzling, Genuine "Difference" Now Where Shall It Go? (double LP, £23.95)

    Black Truffle presents the 8th full-length release from this trio. Over the course of four LP sides, the October 2014 concert documented here ranges... more

  • zweikommasieben #16  (Magazine, £10.50)

    To what extent can we imagine community, exchange, and collective projects that no longer fall back on the dominant narratives of nation, fatherland, ... more


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  • band of horses Why Are You OK (LP, £19.95)

  • let's eat grandma I, Gemini (green vinyl LP, £17.50)

  • japanese breakfast Soft Sounds from Another Planet (CD, £10.50)

  • vaudou game Kidayu (LP, £33.50)

  • ryley walker Golden Sings That Have Been Sung (CD, £10.50)

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