Preorder Rundown: Week 05

Preorder Rundown: Week 05

We keep telling you about how amazing February is looking, but the Spring and early Summer are stacked too!

A great mix this week with lots of returning friends and some very exciting debuts too (DITZ and Whatever The Weather in particular). Take a deep dive into this week's rundown of everything forthcoming.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Endless Rooms
Sub Pop Records

Third LP from the most excellent Melbourne quintet. Such breeze vibes already, excited about this one and we have a very limited Yellow vinyl pressing.

Kathryn Joseph
for you who are the wronged
Rock Action

Absolutely stunning return from the much-loved SAY Award-winning singer. She's also joining us at Sea Change in May which is hugely exciting.

The Great Regression
Alcopop! Records

My word, are we excited about this lot. An absolutely roaring debut from one of the most exciting young bands around. Again, roll on Sea Change!

Whatever The Weather
Whatever The Weather
Ghostly International

Sublime new Loraine James-lead project. Utterly transportive music.

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
Night Gnomes
Marathon Artists

Massive riffs with big, shiny, sleek and irresistible production.

El Mirador
City Slang

New kaleidoscopic rock 'n' roll with bluesy, latin ruminations. We have a couple of very limited colour pressings. 

James Heather
Invisible Forces
Ahead Of Our Time / Ninja Tune

Beautiful solo meditations from contemporary pianist and composer James Heather.

Horace Andy
Midnight Rocker
On-U Sound

Ten new recordings from the legendary Jamaican singer and longtime Massive Attack collaborator. Produced by Adrian Sherwood.

Deer Scout
Carpark Records

Full, debut LP from songwriter Dena Miller under the name Deer Scout.

Alabaster DePlume
International Anthem Recording Co.

New double LP from the inimitable jazz musician and poet. Gloriously decadent. 

Also live this week; Wild Terrier Orchestra, Maylee Todd, Alfie Templeman, Flume, Röyksopp, My Idea, Scalping and Sassy 009. Some excellent reissues this week too from Bright Eyes, Moon Duo, Zero 7 and Kraftwerk.

Also, we’ve already mentioned the reissue of Harold Budd's The Pavilion Of Dreams about five times. We're going to be doing that all year; give in, it's incredible.


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