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  • Chad VanGaalen ‎– World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener (Colored Vinyl)
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    2020 was a terrible year for gardening. It was terrible for peppers, it was terrible for tomatoes, it was terrible for the condition of the soul. But Chad VanGaalen somehow […]

  • Afghan Whigs ‎– Up In It
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    “Up In It” is The Afghan Whigs’ second full-length and their Sub Pop debut. The 1990 album, recorded by legendary producer Jack Endino, was critically acclaimed and garnered strong [...]

  • Luke Stewart & Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet – S/T
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    Luke Stewart – bass Jarvis Earnshaw – sitar, loops Ryan Sawyer – drums Devan Waldman – alto sax

  • Zero Boys – History Of…
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    From 1979 into ‘83, the Indianapolis based ZBs were the finest hardcore blitz in the Midwest if not all the lower 48 states. Proof is ‘Vicious Circle’ and the two […]

  • Ghost Funk Orchestra – A Song For Paul
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    Ghost Funk Orchestra are a mystery. Plain and simple. Dirty, soulful production, verbed and fuzzed out guitars, mysterious vocals that feel like a lost score to a Quentin Tarantino film. […]

  • Ghost Funk Orchestra – An Ode To Escapism
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    Where will you hide when the world around you is closing in? On their latest LP, GFO invites you to close your eyes and take a dive into your subconscious. […]

  • Young Gun Silver Fox – Canyons
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    With their first two albums “West End Coast” (2015) and “AM Waves” (2018), Andy Platts and Shawn Lee, better known as Young Gun Silver Fox, formulated a modern version of [...]

  • Andrew Gabbard – Homemade
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    A musician whose influences span hard rock, psych, garage rock, and energetic pop, Andrew Gabbard has long been a force on the Southwestern Ohio music scene. Working with Thee Shams, […]

  • Circuit Rider – S/T
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    2012 repress of this reissue that previously appeared in 2009, now given a more official Numero Group association, emitting even more intense Harley fumes. “This is the ultimate burnout [...]

  • Family Circle – S/T
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    Family Circle’s 1973 LP draws a tight ring around the most beguiling soul tropes of its era, with its full house of ambitious players and hook-laden originals. Newark, New Jersey’s […]

  • Ben Pirani – How Do I Talk To My Brother?
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    “It’d be easy to mistake this release for yet another soul revival album made by a dude who wasn’t there the first time around – but it’d be the listener’s […]

  • Jr. Thomas & The Volcanos – Rockstone
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    Jr. Thomas & The Volcanos’ sophomore effort Rockstone is more than just a love letter to the roots of Jamaican music. It’s an actual love letter. Tom McDowall aka Jr. […]

  • Kelly Finnigan – A Joyful Sound
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    “A Joyful Sound” is a future soul classic with all the elements of a classic R&B record, but simply with a joyful holiday lean. With an all-star supporting cast of […]

  • The Freedom Affair – Freedom Is Love
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    “Freedom Is Love” is the debut album from Kansas City’s newest soul juggernaut, The Freedom Affair. The album explores themes of love, heartache, empowerment, and togetherness through a varying [...]

  • Gloria Barnes – Uptown
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    Insanely raw soul from 1971! Extremely rare and being reissued for the first time here. Gloria Barnes teams up with The Ohio Players and Lee Moses to create her only LP, Uptown, that would become [...]

  • Barbara Howard – On The Rise
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    Barbara Howard’s On The Rise is more than just another rare soul LP. It’s a love story. It’s a dream. It was an attempt to break through. And although Barbara […]

  • V/A – Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal
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    The genesis of our Good God! series, dedicated to divergent sounds from devout records, A Gospel Funk Hymnal explores injections of a profane funk into gospel music’s sacred beatitude. Completing [...]

  • V/A – Local Customs: Lone Star Lowlands
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    “The second in our series of peeks into the world of regional studios hones in on Mickey Rouse’s Lowland operation out of Beaumont, Texas. Long after the Bopper’s plane crashed […]

  • Mind & Matter – 1514 Oliver Avenue (Basement)
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    Jimmy Jam Harris was just 16 when he began writing and arranging for Minneapolis 11-piece Mind & Matter. Boasting a perfectly calibrated vocal quartet, an aggressive rhythm section, and [...]

  • V/A – Local Customs: Cavern Sound
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    Not quite hell, but close enough. Local Customs: Cavern Sound covers six years lost in the deranging darkness of Independence, Missouri’s Pixley limestone mine, where a team of misfit engineers [...]

  • Universal Togetherness Band – S/T
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    Between 1979 and 1982, The Universal Togetherness Band tracked unearthly portions of their sprawling songbook for bewildered students in Columbia College’s audio engineering program. Storming the [...]

  • Spiritualized – Pure Phase
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    The Spaceman Reissue Program edition of Pure Phase promises to give those recordings the fullest spectrum audio and physical treatment they’ve deserved since 1992. It will be the second in this [...]

  • Spiritualized – Let It Come Down
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    Let It Come Down – the band’s epic fourth album – reissued with new artwork on limited double 180-gram vinyl

  • Otis Clay – Trying To Live My Life Without You
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    Though not as widely known as contemporaries Al Green and Ann Peebles, Otis Clay became an important part of the Hi family when signing for the label in 1971. Across […]

  • Syl Johnson – Back For A Taste Of Your Love
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    “A rollicking vocalist and gifted harmonica player, Syl Johnson has forged a career in both blues and soul. The brother of bassist Mac Thompson and guitarist/vocalist Jimmy Johnson, Syl [...]

  • Skip James – Worried Blues
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      ‘Worried Blues’ – a series of 10 albums featuring rare and previously out-of-print recordings. Worried Blues features rare, lost, and out-of-print recordings from 10 towering figures of [...]

  • John Lee Hooker – Alone Vol. 1
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    Volume 1 of John Lee Hooker’s solo concert recorded live at New York’s Hunter College on February 6, 1967. The Blues at its best: Despair, Death & Desire!

  • X – Alphabetland
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    While everyone is social distancing, closing ranks and donning masks while they shop, life can seem somewhat surreal to the senses. Yet, through all of the chaos, one thing is […]

  • Sonny And the Sunsets – Hit After Hit
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    gleeful san franciscans sonny and the sunsets unleash another platter of peppy beach pop tunes to score your summertime fun. following their debut disc ‘tomorrow is alright’, [...]

  • The Goon Sax – Mirror II
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    Since forming in high school, Brisbane band The Goon Sax—the trio of Riley Jones, Louis Forster, and James Harrison, best friends who take turns writing, singing, and playing each instrument— [...]

  • Mdou Moctar ‎– Afrique Victime
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    With “Afrique Victime” the prodigious Tuareg guitarist and songwriter rips a new hole in the sky – boldly reforging contemporary Saharan music and “rock music” by melding guitar [...]

  • Tune-Yards – Sketchy
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    Tune-Yards’ last release i can feel you creep into my private life, was a self-reflexive question mark at the end of a decade of outspoken, polyphonic indie music.  From 2009 to 2018, Tune-Yards [...]

  • The National ‎– Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers
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    The National’s second album, Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers (2003) proved a leap forward from 2001’s eponymous debut, showing a band adept at delivering warm embraces and gutpunches in equal measure. [...]

  • The National – S/T
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    Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021, The National’s self-titled debut album of sozzled Americana is a thing of beauty, laden with heavy hints that this was a special band in […]

  • Belle And Sebastian ‎– What To Look For In Summer
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    Belle and Sebastian present 22 live performances featuring songs from across their 25 year career. The recordings showcase the Scottish septet at the height of their power during their 2019 tour, [...]

  • Algiers ‎– There Is No Year
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    In the FBI file on the American rock ‘n’ roll band Algiers—which given their prior penchant for repping the Black Panthers, Malcolm X, Angela Davis, and Afeni Shakur, among others, […]

  • Kim Gordon – No Home Record
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    With a career spanning nearly four decades, Kim Gordon is one of the most prolific and visionary artists working today. A co-founder of the legendary Sonic Youth, Gordon has performed […]

  • Efterklang ‎– Altid Sammen
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    Seven years after their last album release, Efterklang make a welcome return with a fifth studio record Altid Sammen on 20th September. Altid Sammen (meaning “always together”) is deep and [...]

  • The National ‎– I Am Easy To Find
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    On 3rd September 2017, director Mike Mills emailed Matt Berninger to introduce himself and in very short order, the most ambitious project of the National’s nearly 20-year career was born and [...]

  • Stephen Malkmus – Groove Denied
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    Following hot on the heels of 2018’s Sparkle Hard comes Groove Denied, the rejected album Stephen has been telling everyone about. Groove Denied was written in Berlin and Oregon between […]

  • Deerhunter ‎– Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?
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    How do you describe an album out of time, concerned with the disappearance of culture, of humanity, of nature, of logic and emotion? Why make this album in an era […]

  • Steve Gunn ‎– The Unseen In Between
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    For over a decade, Steve Gunn has been one of American music’s most pivotal figures — conjuring immersive and psychedelic sonic landscapes both live and on record, releasing revered solo [...]

  • Body/Head – The Switch
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    Creative alchemy doesn’t just happen in the studio or in the practice space; so much of it is the product of solo time with one’s instrument, learning how body and […]

  • Parquet Courts – Wide Awake!
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    Parquets Courts’ fifth album Wide Awake! – produced by Danger Mouse – is a groundbreaking work, an album about independence and individuality but also about collectivity and [...]

  • Cocteau Twins – Head Over Heels
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    Released in late-1983, Head Over Heels is the Cocteau Twins’ second album and features classic tracks ‘Sugar Hiccup’ and ‘Musette And Drums’. Coming not long after original bassist Will Heggie [...]

  • Aldous Harding ‎– Party
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    Aldous Harding’s debut release with 4AD, Party (produced with the award-winning John Parish; PJ Harvey, Sparklehorse) introduces a new pulse to the stark and unpopulated dramatic realm [...]

  • Body/Head – No Waves
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    Body/Head, the duo of Kim Gordon (CKM, Sonic Youth, Free Kitten, etc.) and Bill Nace (X.O.4, Vampire Belt, Ceylon Mange, etc.) will be releasing their new record, No Waves, on […]

  • Holly Herndon – Platform
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    Holly Herndon’s second album Platform proposes new fantasies and rejuvenates old optimism. Herndon has become a leading light in contemporary music by experimenting within the outer reaches [...]