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Infinite Worlds

    Infi nite Worlds via House Anxiety Records is the reissue of Vagabon’s criti cally acclaimed debut album.

    The renowned label that launched everyone from King Krule to Courtney Barnett, amongst many others, has announced itself as the European home for the heralded record, which garnered numerous accolades including Pitchfork’s Best New Music tag earlier in 2017.

    Can you sleep? (04:30) Idler chronicles a personal struggle with insomnia that inspired the album’s title, it combines bossa nova, 70s analog synths and the polymorphous vibrations of London’s new burgeoning jazz scene.

    Jamie Isaac is a young producer and songwriter, born in Croydon to Burmese and British parents. He signed to Marathon Artists in 2014 and has been harnessing his sound ever since, operating in the space between jazz, soul, R&B, electronics and hip hop. Across a handful of singles and EPs, as well as a mixtape, his debut album and its follow-up, he has evolved into a formidable artist with a transatlantic following.


    Millie says: This might just be the perfect hybrid of synths, hip hop-jazz and electronic sound wrapped up in one record like a present. I can't get enough of the soft dreamy vocals, you need to listen to this it's a beaut!

    Courtney Barnett

    Nameless, Faceless

      First taster from the new Courtney Barnett LP, "Tell Me How You Really Feel", and needless to say we're all very excited here at Piccadilly!

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      Stoned, dethroned, hazy and wavey, here's fresh Bronx upstart Mike, an 18-year-old rapper currently winning a whole host of fans through his DIY sound. Coupling woozy bars of personal narrative and skewed observations with gritty sample heavy beats, Mike calls to mind some of the genre's greats, including J Dilla, MF Doom and Madlib. This self produced EP opens with the languid jazz samples and disjointed drums of "Gnats", a smokers' jam perfectly suited to Mike's medicated drawl. 'Gnats' segues seamlessly into the sunny groove of "Hurdles" a barbiturate dosed hit of Jamaican skank and southern soul flipped into a totally fresh rap cut. The chopped and screwed strangeness continues on "Wait For Me", a fire slo-mo flip on "Uptown Top Ranking" which makes a killer contrast with Mike's intricate, rapid fire flow and rhyme scheme. Finally "God's With Me" flips some spirited, spiritual piano licks into an irresistible groove primed for Mike's best bars to date. Live and direct, this is the future folks. 


      Patrick says: Killer 2k17 shizzle straight from the Bronx here as 18 year old Mike drops a self produced heater. Chopped and screwed beats, gritty drums and spannered samples are perfectly topped by Mike's intricate flow.

      Matt says: Missing something in your life since Earl Sweatshirt's "I Don't Like Shit". This will keep you satisfied until this disjointed & disenfranchised new cat drops a full length.

      Limited edition 12” white label release featuring Mexico’s Rebolledo (one half of the Pachanga Boys), Michael Mayer’s seven minute remix of euphoric and slowly rising minimal techno and the UK’s own Andrew Weatherall, each mixing different tracks taken from the band’s album ‘Every Now & Then’

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