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Genre pick of the week Cover of Live In Brighton 1975 by Can.


Live In Brighton 1975

    “Live In Brighton 1975” is the second album of a curated series of CAN live concerts. Available in full for the first time on triple vinyl, double CD and digitally. Originally recorded on tape, this carefully restored live album comprises the entirety of the show in the format of a story with a beginning, middle and end, bringing CAN’s performance to life. Limited edition triple Gold vinyl in triple gatefold sleeve plus a 2CD edition in card pack with 16 page booklet, both with extensive sleeve notes.


    Barry says: There's not much I can tell you here that you won't already know.. this is the second wonderfully pressed collection from Can of live performances following 'Live In Stuttgart' that was released in May. There are very few musicians that could pull off this level of out-there musicianship, and this is a wonderful and accurate document of their live legacy. Essential.


    A1 Brighton 75 Eins
    A2 Brighton 75 Zwei
    A3 Brighton 75 Drei
    B1 Brighton 75 Vier
    B2 Brighton 75 Fünf
    C1 Brighton 75 Sechs
    C2 Brighton 75 Sieben

    Blackberry Smoke

    Stoned - Black Friday Edition



      Rolling Stones Covers. This album was recorded, mixed and mastered live to a vinyl master, in one take, on the evening of November 6th 2020 at Welcome To 1979 studio in Nashville. There were no overdubs, edits, punch-ins, remixes or remastering. This type of recording is very rare due to the technical and creative difficulty associated with it. Once the recording has started it cannot stop until the end of the side. You are hearing one complete take per side of the record, which is no easy feat for all involved! This is a 12" LP.


      1 All Down The Line
      2 Can't You Hear Me Knockin'
      3 Tumbling Dice
      4 Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
      5 I Got The Blues
      6 Street Fighting Blues

      Brian Jonestown Massacre

      Don't Get Lost

        “Don’t Get Lost” was recorded & produced at Anton’s new Cobra Studio in Berlin between March 2016 & October 2016. It is the 16th full length release. With band members Ricky Maymi , Dan Allaire , Collin Hegna & Ryan Van Kriedt .Also Emil Nikolaisen from the Norwegian band Serena-Maneesh & Pete Fraser (The Pogues .New Young Pony Club) on saxophone joins the band on this album , plus vocal performances from Tim Burgess (Charlatans) , Tess Parks and Shaun Rivers .

        A new dynamic is heard on this album mixing the shoegaze/psychedelic sound with more experimental twists, on some tracks you might hear PIL (Metalbox) , Primal Scream , or even Ornette Coleman . 14 tracks that will twist and turn through the known and unknown Brian Jonestown Massacre . In 2016 The band released 2 singles and the critically acclaimed Third World Pyramid . 

        Leonard Cohen

        Songs Of Love & Hate - Black Friday Edition



          This special RSD 50th anniversary edition of Leonard Cohen's third studio album, Songs of Love and Hate is pressed on 180g opaque white vinyl, with updated / re-typeset embossed packaging which includes a brand new 8- page 12x12 lyric booklet. The audio has been sourced from the original analogue tapes via a new direct digital transfer and the album jacket replicates the original package.

          The Doors

          L.A. Woman - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

            The Doors found their mojo (and Mr. Mojo Risin’) in November 1970 as they recorded L.A. Woman over six days at the Workshop, the band’s rehearsal space on Santa Monica Boulevard. A success both critically and commercially, the album was certified double-platinum and contains some of the band’s most enduring music, including the Top 20 hit “Love Her Madly,” “Riders On The Storm,” and the title track.

            To commemorate the album’s 50-year anniversary, Rhino keeps on risin’ with a 3-CD/1-LP set that will be available on December 3rd. L.A. WOMAN: 50TH ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION includes the original album newly remastered by The Doors’ longtime engineer and mixer Bruce Botnick, two bonus discs of unreleased studio outtakes, and the stereo mix of the original album on 180-gram virgin vinyl.

            For this new collection, the original album has been expanded with more than two hours of unreleased recordings taken from the sessions for L.A. Woman, allowing the listener to experience the progression of each song as it developed in the studio. An early demo for “Hyacinth House” recorded at Robby Krieger’s home studio in 1969 is also included.

            The outtakes feature Jim Morrison, John Densmore, Robby Krieger, and Ray Manzarek working in the studio with two additional musicians. The first was rhythm guitarist Marc Benno, who worked with Leon Russell in The Asylum Choir. The other was bassist Jerry Scheff, who was a member of Elvis Presley’s TCB band. 

            TRACK LISTING

            CD Track Listing
            Disc One: Original Stereo Mix Remastered
            1. “The Changeling”
            2. “Love Her Madly”
            3. “Been Down So Long”
            4. “Cars Hiss By My Window”
            5. “L.A. Woman”
            6. “L’America”
            7. “Hyacinth House”
            8. “Crawling King Snake”
            9. “The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)”
            10. “Riders On The Storm”
            Bonus Tracks
            11. “Hyacinth House” – Demo
            12. “Riders On The Storm” – Sunset Sound Version - Original Demo*

            Disc Two: L.A. Woman Sessions, Part 1
            1. “The Changeling” *
            2. “Love Her Madly” *
            3. “Riders On The Storm” *
            4. “L.A. Woman” (Part 1) *

            Disc Three: L.A. Woman Sessions, Part 2
            1. “L.A. Woman” (Part 2) *
            2. “She Smells So Nice” *
            3. “Rock Me Baby” *
            4. “Mr. Mojo Risin’” *
            5. “Baby Please Don’t Go” *
            6. “L.A. Woman” (Part 3) *
            7. “Been Down So Long” *
            8. “Get Out Of My Life Woman” *
            9. “Crawling King Snake” *
            10. “The Bastard Son Of Jimmy & Mama Reed (Cars Hiss By My Window)” *
            11. “Been Down So Long” *
            12. “Mystery Train” *
            13. “The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)” *

            LP Track Listing
            Side One
            1. “The Changeling”
            2. “Love Her Madly”
            3. “Been Down So Long”
            4. “Cars Hiss By My Window”
            5. “L.A. Woman”
            Side Two
            1. “L’America”
            2. “Hyacinth House”
            3. “Crawling King Snake”
            4. “The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)”
            5. “Riders On The Storm”


            Auf Auf

              The Lauded Krautrocking, Global Groove Ensemble’s First Album On Maverick Producer Madlib’s Label. The late Christian Burchard, who founded the Embryo ensemble in 1969, loved the slogan Auf Auf, German for Up, Up, or Keep On Going. Anyone with anything more than a passing interest in the German Krautock scene of the 1970s and 1980s knows that Burchard followed that intent, all around the world, tirelessly seeking out new sounds and inspirations and creating a catalog of music unlike most anything else the world has ever heard. Madlib has often said Embryo is his favorite rock band. Of course the hip-hop-producer-with-the-deepest-musical-knowledge knows Embryo is more than just a rock band – but, for the purposes of these notes, let’s keep it simple. When Marja Burchard, Christan’s daughter, who grew up with Embryo and toured with them for years, took the reins of the ensemble after Christian’s death in 2018, she started recording what would become this album, over the course of two years, finishing it in the throes of the Covid pandemic in 2020.

              She approached Madlib and Egon, who had, years back, visited and jammed with Christian Burchard, and Embryo musicians Uve Mullrich, Roman Bunka and Jan Weissenfeldt, in a Bavarian wine cellar, with the idea to issue Auf Auf on Madlib Invazion. The reply was a resounding, definitive “yes.” So here is Marja’s take on the Embryo ethos, continuing with her father’s intrepid style, and leading the band in her own style. Auf Auf ranges from the deep, free-form jazz of “Alphorn Prayer” to modal music from Afghanistan on “Baran” to psychedelic-tinged jazz-rock of the title track Joining Marja are those like Embryo veterans Bunka, on oud and guitar, and Karl Hector and the Malcouns/Whitefield Brothers/Poets of Rhythm producer and guitarist Jan Weissenfeldt and others, including important players on the global scene from Afghanistan and Morocco. 

              TRACK LISTING

              A1. Besh
              A2. Yu Mala
              A3. Auf Auf
              A4. Baran

              B1. Januar
              B2. Alphorn Prayer 


              Levitation Sessions

                Heavy psych power trio Charles Moothart, Ty Segall and Chad Ubovich hit the stage for the first time together in five years bringing a full set spanning their entire discography, and new album, III! Recorded at Zebulon in Los Angeles, CA.

                In Oct 2020 the band released their first album in 5 years, III, scorching the earth with pure primitive rock and roll mastery captured by the sonic guru Steve Albini. It’s a record that is meant to be heard and experienced live, and their Levitation Sessions set is the smoldering slab of heavy psych we’ve all been waiting for, recorded at Zebulon in Los Angeles, CA. Director Joshua Erkman alongside sound engineers Matthew Littlejohn and Mike Kriebel, capture FUZZ’s intense energy backdropped by electric artwork from artist Tatiana Kartomten.

                “We wanted to create something that felt like more than just a replacement for seeing us live. This is the first time we had played songs from III in the context of a set, and we found new footing on some of the old songs. This led us down avenues we hadn’t seen in rehearsal. To find ourselves in the space right in between ‘lost’ and ‘found’ (aka live) was both alarming and electrifying after having been away from it for so long.” - FUZZ.

                TRACK LISTING

                SIDE A
                1. Earthen Gate
                2. Sleighride
                3. Returning
                4. Time Collapse
                5. The 7th Terror

                SIDE B
                1. Rat Race
                2. Jack The Maggot
                3. Pipe
                4. Spit
                5. Raise
                6. Hazemaze

                The Jimi Hendrix Experience

                Paris 1967 - Black Friday Edition


                  LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                  Another amazing release from the official Jimi Hendrix 'bootleg label' Dagger Records, this raw, direct-to-two-track, live recording from the Olympia Theatre in Paris was captured for French national radio and documents the Jimi Hendrix Experience's triumphant return to France almost one year to-the-date of their 1966 debut. Recorded on October 9, 1967, this concert found the Jimi Hendrix Experience in top form, roaring out of the gate with "Stone Free," followed by vibrant renditions of "Hey Joe," "Fire," "The Wind Cries Mary" and "Catfish Blues." Then, "Rock Me Baby" and a compact "Red House" prefaced a grinding, muscular take of "Purple Haze" punctuated with an electrifying "Wild Thing," replete with a rousing, tongue-in-cheek lead vocal that emphatically closed the show.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Stone Free
                  Hey Joe
                  Catfish Blues
                  Rock Me Baby
                  Red House
                  Purple Haze
                  Wild Thing

                  Catherine Howe

                  What A Beautiful Place - 2021 Reissue

                    This recorded autobiography of Catherine Howe, age 20, briefly appeared in 1971. Too young for memoirs, most artists have barely established any sort of musical competence by the age of legal adulthood, let alone compositions matching the maturity and complexity of Howe’s. What A Beautiful Place, however, is a prodigious effort wrought from the melancholy ruminations of post-adolescence. The album’s twelve songs unfold like a classic bildungsroman, beginning in the smoke-stained industrial county of Yorkshire, transformed by the electrified creative landscape of mid-century London, and retiring to the warm pastoral bliss of the county of Dorset on England’s southern coast. Produced by noted jazz pianist Bobby Scott, the LP—oft-mistaken for a concept album—was available for only a month in the summer of 1971, disappearing after Reflection Records’ shuttering in 1971.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Prologue
                    2. My Child
                    3. On A Misty Morning
                    4. Nothing More Than Strangers
                    5. Up North
                    6. Interlude
                    7. It's Not Likely
                    8. It Comes With The Breezes
                    9. Words Through A Locked Door
                    10. What A Beautiful Place
                    11. Innocence Of A Child
                    12. Epilogue

                    Carole King

                    In Concert, Live At The BBC, 1971 - Black Friday Edition


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                      Previously unreleased on vinyl, Carole King In Concert - Live At The BBC 1971 was recorded live for the BBC In Concert Series (produced by Stanley Dorfman) in 1971. Featuring her longtime friend/musical collaborator Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar on guitar and a backing band including members of Jo Mama (who appear on Carole's seminal Tapestry), King performs a timeless setlist of her classics including "I Feel the Earth Move," "(You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman," "So Far Away" (featuring James Taylor), "It's Too Late," "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and "Up on the Roof."

                      TRACK LISTING

                      I Feel The Earth Move
                      (you Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
                      So Far Away
                      It's Too Late
                      Smackwater Jack
                      Way Over Yonder
                      Will You Love Me Tomorrow
                      Up On The Roof


                      The Lost Tapes Vol.1 (Live In Madrid 1995) - Black Friday Edition


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                        Previously unreleased live album from a set of tapes recently discovered in Lemmy's archive. This show was recorded in Madrid, Spain in 1995 on the Sacrifice tour and sees the band at their ferocious best.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        Ace Of Spades
                        Sex And Death
                        Over Your Shoulder
                        I'm So Bad (baby I Don't Care)
                        On Your Feet Or On Your Knees
                        Stay Clean
                        Dog Face Boy
                        Born To Raise Hell
                        Nothing Up My Sleeve
                        Lost In The Ozone
                        Mikkey Drum Solo
                        The One To Sing The Blues
                        Lemmy Bass Solo
                        You Better Run
                        Going To Brazil
                        Killed By Death
                        Silver Machine
                        Iron Fist

                        The Munsters

                        At Home With The Munsters - Black Friday Edition


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                          Limited edition reissue of this unique soundtrack album that's been out of print since 1964.

                          Recorded at Cosimo Matassa’s Jazz City Studio in New Orleans in the early ‘70s and then lost to the ages, "Another Side" is one of Leo Nocentelli’s most personal and definitive moments ever cut to tape. A mixture of funky folk and rootsy, raw emotion (think Bill Withers and James Taylor meeting Allen Toussaint at Link Wray’s Three Track Shack), this previously unheard album shines like the sun on a spring day on the New Orleans fairgrounds. Backing Nocentelli is an all-star line-up of New Orleans royalty, including Allen Toussaint (piano), James Black (drums), and both George Porter Jr. (bass) and Zigaboo Modeliste (drums) of The Meters. Deeply introspective, the album features nine original songs by Nocentelli, plus a soulful rendition of Elton John’s “Your Song.” Half a century later, these recordings sound just as fresh and engaging as the day they were recorded.

                          What makes Another Side even more extraordinary, however, is the fact that the album—which could have easily become a classic in the ‘70s singer-songwriter canon—sat untouched for decades; miraculously surviving the devastating blow of Hurricane Katrina, only to be found 2,000 miles away at a Southern California swap meet in 2018 by record collector Mike Nishita.
                          The album’s incredible journey is documented in the liner notes by Sam Sweet (New York Times, Los Angeles Times), who spoke with Nocentelli and Nishita about the recording process and re-discovery of the tapes. Sweet’s full notes appear in the release’s accompanying booklet alongside hand-written lyrics by Leo Nocentelli. The first pressing of the vinyl edition will feature gold-foil treatment on cover and spine. Rounding out the package are original designs and layout by the multi GRAMMY®–winning designer Masaki Koike.

                          While Nocentelli was embedded in New Orleans’ R&B scene, he was also deeply inspired by the late 1960’s and early 1970’s rising singer-songwriters, and soon found himself exploring sounds that were miles away from his band’s hard-edged funk riffs. Whenever he had downtime from session work and shows, Nocentelli spent much of 1971 recording his newly-found, reflective, diaristic songs at Matassa’s Jazz City studio. Backed by longtime Meters bandmate George Porter Jr. on bass, Nocentelli crafted the lineups for his sessions to match the tone of the material. When he needed a pianist, he’d call Toussaint. For percussion on the slower songs, he used drummer Zigaboo Modeliste, but many of the tracks featured James Black—a frequent collaborator of Toussaint’s and a member of Ellis Marsalis’ jazz group, whom Nocentelli recalls as an “unbelievable” musician.

                          The recording, which Nocentelli fondly refers to as his “country-and-western-album,” paints a picture of a young man yearning to find a sense of purpose. “I was going through some changes which were reflected in the songs that I wrote during that time,” he tells Sweet. Among them is the mid-tempo “Getting Nowhere,” in which he expresses a sense of frustration, as he watches others find success around him. Similarly, “Till I Get There” details a man who is struggling to persevere in his goals. In the soaring “Tell Me Why,” meanwhile, the singer contemplates the existence of God.

                          Other songs center around fictional characters. “Pretty Mittie,” for instance, is sung from the perspective of a farmer who longs to give up his arduous life for the city. “You’ve Become a Habit” is about a man who falls for a sex worker named Fancy. “Riverfront” is based on stories that singer Aaron Neville shared, about his days working on the New Orleans waterfront. Nocentelli also chose to perform one cover: Elton John’s breakthrough hit, “Your Song.” The guitarist made the recently-released ballad his own—infusing it with a loping, head-nodding cadence, ever so tastefully “funkdafied” in true New Orleans fashion.

                          By the time that the album was finished, The Meters were busier than ever. They had just signed a record deal with Warner Brothers and were now the official house band at Toussaint’s studio, Sea-Saint. There, they not only backed artists on Toussaint’s Sehorn label but had also become the go-to session musicians for every major artist that recorded in New Orleans. Rather than focus on a solo career, Nocentelli poured his energies into The Meters’ next album. Eventually, time moved on, as did Nocentelli, and he decided to store his unreleased solo album at Sea-Saint for safekeeping.
                          In 2005, when Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, Sea-Saint was among its victims. While Toussaint (who passed away in 2015) had sold the hallowed studio in the mid-90s, hundreds of his archived recordings remained in the building. The new owner salvaged what he could from the flooded building, shipping everything to a storage facility in Southern California. Boxes of tapes sat there for more than a decade before moving to another unit, which foreclosed a year later. The contents were purchased in a blind auction and, days later, sold at a swap meet. The fact that record collector Mike Nishita just happened to be there was pure kismet.

                          Nishita, a DJ and brother to “Money Mark” Nishita (of Beastie Boys fame), recognized the Sea-Saint label on the boxes and purchased all 673 master tapes at the swap meet. He inspected the contents with his friend Mario Caldato Jr., the longtime audio engineer for the Beastie Boys. In addition to masters from Irma Thomas, Dr. John, Lee Dorsey, and Toussaint, there was a quarter-inch reel with Nocentelli’s name on it. As Caldato and Nishita played it back, they knew they had something special.

                          “There was nothing else like it,” writes Sweet. “An acoustic album by the greatest funk guitarist who ever lived. It was the tape Mike would play for people to show them how special the collection was. The best album in the vault was something nobody knew existed.”

                          Eventually, Nishita and Nocentelli connected, “He was so grateful, so sincere,” recalls Nishita. “I just kept thinking about how this music needs to be heard…Especially when you look at all the things that had to fall into place for these tapes to survive and be discovered this way.” As Nocentelli simply puts it, “Things happen for a reason, man.”

                          TRACK LISTING

                          Thinking Of The Day
                          I Want To Cry
                          Pretty Mittie
                          Give Me Back My Loving
                          Getting Nowhere
                          Till I Get There
                          You've Become A Habit
                          Tell Me Why
                          Your Song

                          Trees Speak

                          Vertigo Of Flaws: Emancipation Of The Dissonance And Temperaments In Irrational Waveforms

                            This new release is a vast leap into an ocean of space and sound, a quantum leap into cybernetics, biology, anti-gravity, time travel, dream speech and transfiguration. A seriously next step release! Showing no signs of slowing down their rapid creative pace – incredibly this is their fourth album in the space of just over one year – ‘Vertigo of Flaws’ is a mighty 29 tracks, one and a half hours of music across one double album that is surely going to be a defining point in their musical career, a giant leap into the sonic unknown, an epic exploration of intensity and sound.

                            Alongside their now trademark German krautrock motoric-beat rhythms, angular New York post-punk attitude, trippedout 60s spy soundtrack, psyche-rock, and 70s synthesizers and vocoders, here you will also hear a new cosmic spacial awareness (both personal inner space and galactic outer space) and a truly wilful pushing of sonic boundaries - as police sirens, static noise, alarms, radio signals, avant-garde voices, and orchestral string quartets, all collide to add beautiful dissonance to uber-powerful, intense, addictive and propulsive rhythms - in the process creating a truly unique soundscape that Trees Speak have made wholly their own.

                            If you ever wanted to hear Can, Hawkwind, Destroy All Monsters, Pere Ubu, electric eels, John Cage, Liquid Liquid, Tangerine Dream, Suicide, Neu!, Laurie Spiegel, Art Ensemble of Chicago, John Barry, Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Company, Sun Ra, Stockhausen, John Carpenter, Electro-Acoustic and Musique Concrete and Mars in one band - then this is it! Trees Speak are Daniel Martin Diaz and Damian Diaz from Tucson, Arizona and their music often draws on the cosmic night-time magic of Arizona’s natural desert landscapes.

                            ‘Trees Speak’ relates to the idea of future technologies storing information and data in trees and plants - using them as hard drives - and the idea that Trees communicate collectively. Special guests from the hyper-creative hub of the Tucson music scene on this release are Gabriel Sullivan, Ben Nisbet, Saul Millan, Stephani Guilmette, and Davis Jones. The album Vertigo of Flaws was recorded in Brooklyn, New York, and Tucson, Arizona during the plague of 2021.

                            STAFF COMMENTS

                            Barry says: Ridiculously prolific Arizona natives Trees Speak come out with their 4th album in just over a year, and it has all of the cosmic heft and swooning arpeggiated bliss of the previous (very well regarded) LP's. This time though, we get a little more grit, turning otherwise upbeat pieces into slightly more avant-ambient-jazz territory. A sound all of their own, but one they do perfectly.

                            TRACK LISTING

                            1. Seventh Mirror (3.23)
                            2. Cybernetic Dreams (4.07)
                            3. Interference (3.40)
                            4. Computer Garden (0.46)
                            5. Pyramid (2.34)
                            6. Halide Crystals (2.08)
                            7. Integratron (4.20)
                            8. Imaginary Forces (3.26)
                            9. Phantom LFO (3.13)
                            10. Opticks (2.56)
                            11. Mannequin (2.17)
                            12. Mind In Light (3.10)
                            13. Palantír (1.28)
                            14. Vertigo Of Flaws (3.15)
                            15. Exit Syndrome (1.11)
                            16. Stasi (5.35)
                            17. Atomic Voyage (3.11)
                            18. Ultraviolet (2.51)
                            19. Violence Cascades (3.27)
                            20. Traumsprache (3.51)
                            21. Zeitgeber (2.04)
                            22. Prism (3.03)
                            23. Threnody (2.56)
                            24. Mind Oscillation (3.19)
                            25. Hidden Machine (3.00)
                            26. Transhuman (1.01)
                            27. Ionization (3.12)
                            28. Cloud Chamber (3.16)
                            29. Harmonic Oscillator (1.19)

                            Limited Bonus 7” (LP Format Only)

                            A. Transfiguration (3.34)
                            B. Urzeit (2.37)


                            Gloria - Black Friday Edition

                              AVAILABLE ONLINE ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27TH FROM 8AM.

                              LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                              Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the U2 single ‘Gloria’, originally released as a single in October 1981, the second single to be taken from U2’s second studio album October. It remains a staple in U2’s live set ever since.This 40th anniversary limited edition EP includes the studio version of ‘Gloria’ plus three live versions from three different decades.The 1990s are represented by the Point Depot show on the band’s home turf of northside Dublin (track A2). Although ticketed as 31st December 1989, the show started at midnight on 1st January 1990 and was broadcast across Europe at the time.Side B contains two previously unreleased live recordings of ‘Gloria’ – recorded at the Fleet Center in Boston during the Vertigo tour in 2005, and at London’s O2 Arena during the third night of their run of shows in the English capital as part of the iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour in 2015.

                              TRACK LISTING

                              Side A
                              1. Gloria (Studio Version)
                              2. Gloria (Live From The LoveTown Tour, The Point Depot, Dublin, 31st December 1989) – Currently Unavailable
                              Side B
                              1. Gloria (Live From The Vertigo Tour, Boston, 26th May 2005) – Previously Unreleased
                              2. Gloria (Live From The INNOCENCE + EXPERIENCE Tour, London, 29th October 2015) – Previously Unreleased

                              Warm Graves

                              Ships Will Come

                                'Ships Will Come' is the highly acclaimed debut album from Leipzig, Germany-based outfit Warm Graves. On the LP, Warm Graves deliver surreal, dream-like atmospherics that are underpinned by repetitive, organic rhythms and echoing vocals, performed by a self-taught choir composed of a collective of friends. Across the seven perfectly structured and interwoven tracks, Warm Graves create a sci-fi soundtrack that manages to be as gorgeously mesmerising and ethereal as it is anthemic and empowering. Originally released in 2014, the album is now being reissued by their new label home, the London-based Fuzz Club Records. Having spent the last few years out of sight and quietly working on new music, Jonas Wehner’s Warm Graves have now completed their long-awaited second album which is set to be released via Fuzz Club in 2022. Until then, their fantastic debut, ‘Ships Will Come’, is now available to stream/download on all digital platforms once again and will have a vinyl reissue arriving on December 3rd. Warm Graves have previously toured with Exploded View and Moon Duo and also supported The Soft Moon, Crystal Stilts, Efterklang and Moonface.

                                TRACK LISTING

                                1) Ravachol
                                2) Penumbra
                                3) Cold Women
                                4) Ships Will Come
                                5) Best Ezra
                                6) Headlines
                                7) Rouleaux 

                                Various Artists

                                Tickets For Doomsday: Heavy Psychedelic Funk, Soul, Ballads & Dirges 1970-1975 - Black Friday Edition

                                  AVAILABLE ONLINE ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27TH FROM 8AM.

                                  LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                                  Debuts on Black Friday. Never issued in this form. The compilation features a collection of small run releases and private press releases. All long out of print and impossible to find. 3000 pressed worldwide.

                                  Now-Again’s follow up to one of its most well-loved compilations, Forge Your Own Chains, and this, as the title hints, a recollection and rumination of what might befall the human race made especially salient by the past year’s trials and tribulations as performed by prison funk ensembles, Krautrock legends, Turkish teenagers, Icelandic prog-rock bands and even E-40’s uncle, the man to first distribute No Limit, and the creator of this album’s title track, St. Charles “Chucky” Thurman. 

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  Golden Wing - Hari Yang Mulya
                                  Beybonlar - Nenni?
                                  Icecross - Sad Sad Man
                                  Paternoster – Realization
                                  Christopher - In Your Time
                                  Chucky Thurmon - Tickets For Doomsday
                                  Upheaval - Paradise Lost
                                  Dr Hooker - The Bible
                                  Jean And Donella - Get Ready (for That Day)

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