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The Light At The End Of The Tunnel Is A Train - 15th Anniversary Remastered Edition

    Heralded by both mainstream and indie press on its release as an instant, British classic, this seminal album rocketed from the underground to fivestar acclaim right across the board. A tense yet energetic journey through the highs and lows of living in the British counterculture of the time, it effortlessly mixed the old and the new, rock and roll and electronica, the past and the future - and brought this eclectic sound to a global fanbase.


    Great Shakes Volume 1 & 2

      Whitey’s sophomore album is a dynamic pop-art amphetamine romp through rock and roll and dance history, brimming with energy and attitude. Swerving between glam, stoner rock, dance (and even affectionate nods towards the Charleston), it’s the sound of an artist unafraid to say what he wants, how he wants, with no regard for trends or genres. Due to a pre-release leak, this album was pulled by the artist- and is only now officially available for the first time as a Remastered Edition. This is being released by NO! Label in tandem with the rare Great Shakes Volume Two, which reached the public domain several years later and featured a variety of unreleased and session tunes from that same era.

      Conrad Pack

      The Best / The Truth

      First record by Conrad Pack and it's fast & sharp-edged, jackhammer techno with a nice minimal approach and a few dark UK bassline tropes thrown in the mix too.

      Conrad P announces himself in expert form here, with a unique, invigorating sound palette that not only takes no prisoners, it eeks and squeezes energy and useful aggression from every orifice of your body. The guy has obviously digested a lot of the goodness - soundsystem-tickling mixing / mastering, tribal techno house drums, sparse & skeletal production that BANGS - it's a very UK sounding affair with both sides displaying a sophisticating and magnetic arrangement that alligns itself with extended club plays. 

      Lunar Sounds

      The Void

        Lunar Sounds are a 3-piece DIY rock band from Leeds. Main interests include spreadsheets, cake, and supernatural TV shows with a strong female lead.

        Graham Jones

        The Vinyl Revival And The Shops That Made It Happen

          ‘The Vinyl Revival And The Shops That Made It Happen is the story of the vinyl revival through the eyes of those who made it happen, the independent record shops. It explains why more than a hundred more record shops have opened since 2009, and how others have gained the reward from their hard work. Budget turntables, manufactures, supermarkets, chain stores, clothes shops, pressing plants and even the government are among the many who have benefited from their efforts.

          Graham Jones has spent 32 years travelling the UK selling to independent record shops and visited more record shops than any other human. This book guides you around the record shops of the UK who sell new vinyl. He has gathered some fascinating and funny anecdotes told him by our much-loved record shop staff so that when you visit you will feel like you already know the characters behind the counters. It is perfect for vinyl fans to keep with them on their travels around the country.

          Intriguing anecdotes include:
          ** The shop manager who sold his vinyl collection to save his life.
          ** Record shop owner wins £148,000,000 and sets up his dream shop.
          ** The shop where John Lennon cried.
          ** How an international rock star was mistaken for a motor vehicle.
          ** Rock star offers to be best man after a proposal of marriage takes place in a record shop.
          ** The shop where a customer saves the day by giving world famous band a lift to the stadium in his Ford Focus.
          ** The record shop who attracted a huge crowd for a signing by world famous soul singer only for him to send one of his backing singers to fill in for him.
          ** The Buckinghamshire record shop who pretended they were in Yorkshire.
          ** The record shop blown up by a bomb.
          ** The shop owner who sold his house to buy more vinyl.

          Energetic and raw electronix in the same style as their iconic first release. Tracks for dimly lit spaces, perhaps with a strobe, perhaps not. Definitely big at the Islington Mill / Gesamtkunstwerk frat parties. "Lou" is distorted to obvlivion, low kicks and fizzing hats joined by a undulating synthline, practically on the edge of collapse, all meet on a crisp distortion flatline, performed and recorded straight to cassette in one take. "Lou Gone Out" takes the same sonic ethos squashes the masters even more, creating a barely audible slice of tape hiss narcosis which only the real freaks need to apply for. Seriously, this is one of the straight up filthiest tracks I've ever had the joy to review - hats off lads! Finally, "See Through This" ends on a shimmering, icey green lake set in some sub-zero mountainside, suspended in time and existing on a spiritual plane. Out there muzik for out there people. Mastered & cut by Matt Colton.

          Radio 4

          Live In France

          One time only fan club pressing of this Radio 4 "Live In France" LP. It was recorded live in Paris in the spring of 2003. The sound quality is great, in fact it sounds like it came straight off the board. There were 1000 pressed and when they are gone, that's more will follow.

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