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    'Tremors' sees Manchester-based cold wave duo The KVB return to the darker sound that embodied their earliest releases whilst retaining the infectious energy of their previous album Unity which MOJO described as having a “sense of wonderment throughout”. The band have dubbed their sound on 'Tremors' as ‘dystopian pop’, and wrote it with the live show in mind; full of energy, hooks and dynamic moments. Writing the album between Manchester and Bristol, the band have drawn on their own back catalogue and the music that inspired them at the very beginning of their artistic journey. The end result is the most complete album from The KVB to date, full of emotive impact and hooks presented in a uniquely shadowy atmosphere with an idiosyncratic detachment that adds to the cinematic quality of their sound.


    1. Negative Drive
    2. Words
    3. Tremors
    4. Labyrinths
    5. In The Silence
    6. Tremors (Reprise)
    7. Overload
    8. Dead Of Night
    9. A Thirst
    10. Deep End

    The Fauns

    How Lost

      After a decade-long hiatus, Bristol-based shoegaze ensemble, The Fauns, have reemerged from their secret bunker with eagerly anticipated third album.

      The Fauns’ journey began in 2007, self-releasing their eponymous debut album in 2009, followed by the 2013 release of "Lights." These two works garnered warm acclaim from both critics and fervent shoegaze-loving fanbase alike - arriving into an atmosphere rekindled by the return of My Bloody Valentine.

      This latest album bridges The Fauns' transformation from their earlier incarnation to their current evolution. The tracks traverse a spectrum of styles, ranging from intricate, guitar-driven sci-fi fantasies to industrial-tinged new wave compositions. The hallmark shoegaze elements are now stretched over gritty pulsating electro beats.

      Moreover, the album marks a shift in lyrical themes and attitude. Poignant tracks coexist with narratives of vodka-infused nights in dimly lit clubs, reflecting a departure from introspection. "This album is less about the melancholy associated with the genre and more about getting our audience dancing.”


      1. Mixtape Days
      2. Shake Your Hair
      3. How Lost
      4. Afterburner
      5. Doot Doot
      6. Clear
      7. Modified
      8. Dark Discotheque
      9. Spacewreck

      Gazelle Twin

      Black Dog

        In her three studio albums to date, Gazelle Twin has looked out: out at cities, out from a tormented body, out at the squirming guts of rural Britain, but on her first album for new label, Invada Records, she turns her gaze inwards. Black Dog is an album about confronting fear, and the expectation that the things that lurked in the darkness when you were a child will disappear as you become an adult.

        Black Dog tells a story that unfurls like a film. It addresses how our childhoods shaped our adulthoods: how any sense of trauma and grief is burnished onto a person’s memories forever, however much we try and escape it. Black Dog suggests how these feelings return in particular intensity when a person becomes a parent, as they watch themselves pass things on that they wish they hadn’t, wish they wouldn’t.

        In some ways, Bernholz is purging herself on this album. Unlike her masked characters for previous releases, her face is recognisable and, she explains, she is “not as removed this time” from her persona. She is imagining herself as a medium for the voices inside herself, rather than looking out to displace them with other ideas. She emerges huge and godly as she does so, her voice moving from delicate tenderness to doom-driven power.

        This is an album where old stories have to be pillaged, digested, and regurgitated to write new ones, where we have to question ourselves utterly. Black Dog looks back and looks in and looks back and looks in. We enter as we listen. We turn ourselves inside-out altogether.


        1. I Disappear
        2. Sweet Dream
        3. Black Dog
        4. Fear Keeps Us Alive
        5. The Long Room
        6. Two Worlds
        7. Unstoppable Force
        8. This House
        9. Author Of You
        10. Walk Through Walls
        11. A Door Opens


        The Pentaverate (Original Soundtrack From The Netflix Series)

          Music by legendary, iconic, UK pioneering electronic duo ORBITAL (Paul & Phil Hartnoll) (Peaky Blinders, Pusher, Tormented, Keen Eddie, Octane) ORBITAL has contributed music featured in: The Saint, Event Horizon, xXx, Spawn, Test Drive 4, Mortal Kombat, Mean Girls, Peaky Blinders, The Beach, Wipeout, Hackers, Teen Spirit, American Ultra and many more.

          Double LP on Metallic Gold & Black Vinyl, with Colour Gatefold Jacket and Inserts “The fast paced electro beat offers a thrilling score that is sure to catch the viewers’ attention”


          1. Professor Clark Arrives
          2. The Box - Theme
          3. Ken And Reilly At C.A.C.A.
          4. Patty
          5. Drug Cart Ride
          6. Pent TV - Ident 1
          7. Introducing Mentor
          8. Concludiato
          9. Approaching Niagara
          10. Initiato
          11. Donet Makes Your Brown Eyes Blue
          12. The Musk
          13. The Maester
          14. Pool Table Stand Off
          15. Ken Enters The Pentaverate
          16. Let’s Make Some Waves
          17. The Demetrius Protocols
          18. I’m A Free Man!
          19. Skip Arrives
          20. Pent TV - News Bed
          21. Accusations
          22. The Spare Key
          23. The Red Robes
          24. Pent TV - Ident 2
          25. Ken’s Turning Point
          26. The Box - Sting Horn
          27. Hall Of Mirrors
          28. The Box 3
          29. Ken On Trial
          30. Bruce Takes Control
          31. Patty To The Rescue!
          32. War Council
          33. I’m Sorry
          34. Bruce’s Plan
          35. Enter Mentor
          36. Mentor Reboot
          37. Murder Montage
          38. Pent TV - Ident 3
          39. I’m Just A Local News Guy
          40. Reilly All Along
          41. Lakeside Conversation
          42. Get The Canadian!
          43. The People Are Too Stupid
          44. Charge Of The Liechtenstein Guard
          45. Don’t Move Or The Sheila Gets It!
          46. The World Has Changed
          47. Pent TV - Orange Alert
          48. The Box - Ken Into Kentor
          49. Kentor Start Up
          50. The Box - The Septaverate

          Oliver Coates

          Aftersun - OST

            The score, lighter and more delicate than Oliver Coates’ previously released music, functions as shadows or half-glimpses, a glowing form of ambient music which adds emotional colour to the cinematography. Aftersun features ‘One Without’, the much talked about piece of music used in the final scene and credits – the one that audiences have been known to sit in silence through the credits for. ‘One Without’ was made away from the film after the composer’s first meeting with Charlotte Wells, the director. On it, the strings are reversed and sped up a little, Each harmony has the next chord bleeding into it because of the reversed tails. The string vibrato is slightly unreal because the playback is faster and Coates explains that the “whole score is derived from the music within this final piece.” The film is a poetic meditation and gradual emotional arc towards the presence of absence, of another story not revealed. It is the light of the camera work, the physical gait of the actors and the music which come together in a climatic resolution.

            Coates’ score stands for memory within the film, a growing awareness that the film might be a memory trawl to try and make sense of trauma. The score makes the film feel like it is starting to become self-aware, like a film within a film. Over time the score develops and helps the viewer move beyond the naturalistic and the diegetic. It is made of simple elements, old synths, reversed and slowed down strings. These, the composer explains “gradually reveal the sluggishness in Calum’s (Paul Mescal) demeanour, suggesting something hanging over him.”

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Memory Opening
            2. One Without
            3. Bus
            4. DVCAM
            5. Swimming Pool - Sky
            6. Boat
            7. Ocean>Rave
            8. Gliders Peace Of Mind
            9. Tai Chi
            10. Sophie Pool With The Guys
            11. Night
            12. Limit
            13. Happy Birthday Sophie
            14. Last Dance (score)
            15. Afterglow
            16. I Love You

            Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow

            Men (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

              Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow's score to Alex Garland's "MEN", now available on vinyl after previously being released digitally. Salisbury and Barrow craft an unsettling, haunting, vocal-driven score. Available on translucent green vinyl or black vinyl, housed in a deluxe spined sleeve with digital download card included. Salisbury and Barrow scored Garland’s previous work, Ex Machina, Annihilation and Devs. They are also known for their work with Ben Wheatley, Archive 81, Black Mirror and HANNA soundtracks, as well as their electronic record DROKK: Music Inspired By Mega-City One. A film written and directed by Alex Garland, Men stars Jessie Buckley, Rory Kinnear, EMMY-nominated Paapa Essiedu and Gayle Rankin.

              TRACK LISTING

              A Country Walk
              Tunnel Escape
              The Green Man
              Fuck This
              The Church
              Runaway / Crash
              The Tip Of A Blade
              Brute Blood
              Hide And Seek

              Oliver Coates

              Significant Other (Music From The Motion Picture)

                "Significant Other" is now available on vinyl. The score comes pressed on blue vinyl, housed in a spined sleeve with download card and double-sided printed insert. Significant Other follows the sinister events plague a young couple when they take a backpacking trip through the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Oliver Coates is a cellist, composer and music producer known for his work with Radiohead, Mica Levi and more.

                TRACK LISTING

                Forest Replicant
                Deer Jumpscare
                Theme's In Ruth's Mind
                First Montage
                Isn't That Enough
                The Cave & Second Montage
                Proposal At The Cliff Face
                Harry's Return
                Goodbye Ruth (Do I Love You?)
                Ruth Smash
                Dread Credits

                Nick Cave & Warren Ellis

                Blonde (Soundtrack From The Netflix Film)

                  Blonde boldly reimagines the life of one of Hollywood's most enduring icons, Marilyn Monroe. From her volatile childhood as Norma Jeane, through her rise to stardom and romantic entanglements, Blonde blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening split between her public and private selves. The film also stars Bobby Cannavale, Adrien Brody, Julianne Nicholson, Xavier Samuel and Evan Williams.

                  Cave and Ellis reflect on the making of the score: “Working with Andrew Dominik is always a challenging, but ultimately mind-blowing experience. Creating the score for this terrifying and complex reimagining of the Marilyn Monroe story was no different and, as always, it was a complete privilege to work with him. The darkest of films with a gorgeous spiritual score.”

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Glass Sliver
                  Gemini Acoustic
                  Goddess Of Love On A Subway Grating
                  Bright Horses (Instrumental)
                  I Love Love Love You All

                  Mica Levi

                  Zola (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

                    Zola (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), featuring incredible original score by Mica Levi (Monos, Under The Skin, Jackie) intertwined with dialogue from the Janicza Bravo film. Pressed on white vinyl, the soundtrack comes housed in a deluxe spined sleeve featuring original cover artwork by Kezia Harrell, with the records themselves housed in a double sided printed inner sleeve. Includes digital download card. Mica Levi is a musician and composer born in Guildford and living in South East London.

                    They are currently a member of the groups CURL, Good Sad Happy Bad and Tirzah. Synopsis: Y’all wanna hear a story about why me & this b*tch here fell out? It’s kind of long but full of suspense. Thus began the odyssey of one A’Ziah King, aka ZOLA. From acclaimed writer/director Janicza Bravo, Zola's stranger-than-fiction saga, which she first told in a now-iconic series of viral, uproarious tweets, comes to dazzling cinematic life.Zola (newcomer Taylour Paige), a Detroit waitress, strikes up a new friendship with a customer, Stefani (Riley Keough), who seduces her to join a weekend partying in Florida.

                    What at first seems like a glamorous trip full of “hoeism” rapidly transforms into a 48-hour journey involving a nameless pimp, an idiot boyfriend, some shady guys in Tampa, and other unexpected adventures in this wild, see-it-to-believe-it tale

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Wanna Hear A Story?
                    2. Met This White Bitch
                    3. Vibing
                    4. Exchange Numbers
                    5. Next Day
                    6. Let's Go
                    7. Tampa
                    8. Florida
                    9. Friday
                    10. Full Nude
                    11. Pasties & Boy Shorts
                    12. What Y’all Make
                    13. Wanna Trap
                    14. Mind Blown
                    15. A Mess
                    16. Thousands
                    17. Leave A Message
                    18. Do It Right
                    19. 500
                    20. Dudes
                    21. That Was It
                    22. Here We Go
                    23. WTF Again
                    24. Lost In The Sauce
                    25. Lost In The Game
                    26. DAMNNNNNNNNNNNNN
                    27. First Client Calls
                    28. Handgun
                    29. Trusting U
                    30. Goes Left
                    31. Incall
                    32. I Was Out
                    33. Mannn
                    34. Take Off
                    35. Movie Shit
                    36. Almost Over
                    37. Florida Murder

                    The Soul Santas

                    Christmas Crackers Vol 1

                      In 2014 The Soul Santas first, and only gig at a Christmas School Fair was a roaring success, after which they decided it couldn’t be bettered so didn’t try. Until, that is, some rehearsal recordings were found on a phone.

                      These recordings inspired Christmas Crackers Vol.1, recorded over 2 days in October 2020 at Invada Studios The album was released last winter digitally & is now available on vinyl for the first time!

                      Pressed on green or red vinyl (500 copies of each colour). The colour isn't marked on the packaging so the colour received will be a lucky dip.

                      STAFF COMMENTS

                      Barry says: Who are the Soul Santas? Well, it's something to do with a christmas school fair... or it could be BEAK plus Barrow's partner in soundtracking, Ben Salisbury. Who knows.. Al I can say is it's as an essential a christmas LP as Low's, and it's decidedly more funky. What's not to love?

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. White Christmas
                      2. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
                      3. Winter Wonderland
                      4. Silend Night
                      5. In The Bleak Midwinter
                      6. We Three Kings
                      7. Away In A Manger
                      8. Little Drummer Boy
                      9. Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindee

                      Jeff Herriott & S. Craig Zahler

                      Bone Tomahawk (Original Soundtrack) (RSD21 EDITION)



                        The brooding, string-laden soundtrack to the gory western Bone Tomahawk starring Kurt Russell is available again as an RSD exclusive on ëBlood & Boneí swirl vinyl. The deluxe edition LP comes with a double sided printed insert and digital download card ,housed in a 425g heavyweight sleeve. This cult classic soundtrack was a big seller for its original release in 2016, and has been sold out since. This soundtrack will appeal to soundtrack collectors, and fans of classic composers such as Ennio Morricone and Laylo Shifrin as well as modern score composers Clint Mansell and Brian Reitzell. The film itself was honoured with top awards at the prestigious Sitges Film Festival, including the award for best direction.

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