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  • john southworth Human Cry (LP, £14.50)

    This is a reissue of John Southworth’s 2011 album, Human Cry. The first song was written in a cramped, slanted apartment off rue Duluth in Montreal.... more

  • shacks My Name Is... / Sand Song (7", £9.50)

    Big Crown Records is proud to present the next single from The Shacks' instant classic debut album Haze. The A side “My Name Is…” is one of the first ... more

  • bugzy malone B. Inspired (CD, £10.50)

    Born and raised in Manchester, Bugzy Malone’s youth was hindered by poverty, domestic violence, gang involvement, criminality and a stint in prison. Y... more

  • jess sah bi & peter one Our Garden Needs Its Flowers (LP, £20.75)

    West African country folk music with an ambient vibe. Remastered to original quality. In the 1980s, Abidjan's Jess Sah Bi & Peter One became one of th... more

  • oh sees Smote Reverser (CD, £12.75)

    Crack the coffers, Oh Sees have spawned another frothy album of head-destroying psych-epics to grok and rock out to. Notice the fresh dollop of organ ... more

  • orchestral manoeuvres in the dark History of Modern (double LP, £19.75)

    History Of Modern was the band's first album since 1996's Universal. Andy McCluskey has described it as their "best album since Architecture and Moral... more

  • why? Alopecia (10 Year Anniversary Edition) (LP, £20.75)

    Includes Download. Back In Print For The First Time In Years. "I'll go unknown by torpedo or Crohn's / Only those evil live to see their own likeness ... more

  • bismarck Urkraft (CD, £10.95)

    Bismarck from Bergen, Norway, combine the relentless, deafening fuzz-doom of Sleep, the reverb-drenched guitar tones of Pink Floyd and the droney rep... more

  • sonny boy williamson Down and Out Blues (LP, £10.95)

    One of the blues all-time finest practitioners, singer-harmonica player Sonny Boy Williamson’s earthy yet elegant approach was as distinctive as it is... more

  • great lake swimmers The Waves, the Wake (LP, £12.25)

    label: Nettwerk

    JUNO nominated, Polaris Prize shortlisted Great Lake Swimmers frontman Tony Dekker set out to specifically make an album without any acoustic guitar. ... more


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  • even as we speak Feral Pop Frenzy (CD, £11.50)

  • john foxx Metamatic (Deluxe) (3 CD set, £15.50)

  • the cool greenhouse London / The End of the World (7", £7.95)

  • beach house 7 (MC, £7.50)

  • luke haines I Sometimes Dream of Glue (CD, £10.95)

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