Preorder Rundown: Week 14

As if all the stuff landing in the building this week wasn't enough, all of this is coming soon...


Another hugely impressive week for preorders, including some pretty epic returns for the summer and some iconic reissues in the mix too!

Interpol
The Other Side of Make-Believe
Matador

A deliciously dark return from Interpol. We're very excited about this one, sounds full of angst. Limited Red vinyl pressing if you're quick to click.



Joan Shelley
The Spur
No Quarter

Such a beautiful voice. Recorded in the spring of 2021 at Earthwave Farm in the Kentucky countryside. This one is special.



Vacant Gardens
Field of Vines / He Moves Through / Under the Bloom / Obscene
Tough Love

Vacant Gardens is Glenn Donaldson (of The Reds, Pinks and Purples and a hundred others) and Jem Fanvu. Slow-mo fuzz and breezy vocals. A couple of hen's teeth rare reissues with a limited 7".



Les Rallizes Dénudés
The Oz Tapes
Temporal Drift

A collection of performances recorded at Kichijoji club ‘OZ’ in 1973 from mythically awesome Japanese rock band Les Rallizes Dénudés. We're so hyped about this.




NoSo
Stay Proud Of Me
Partisan Records

The debut album from LA-based Korean-American artist NoSo (real name, Abby Hwong).



ARCA
KiCK ii, iii, iiii, iiiii
XL Recordings

Arca releases the final four albums of her five-album KICK series. Seriously expansive production (including Tim Hecker), this is hugely impressive stuff.



James Righton
Jim, I’m Still Here
Deewee / Because Music

Second album from James Righton (previously of Klaxons) under his own name, produced by David & Stephen Dewaele of Soulwax.



Also announced this week; Sharon Van EttenPortron Portron LopezOch, Curren$y & The Alchemist, Harry Styles, G36 vs JK Flesh, Dylan Moon, Overmono, oldboy, Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch, POLIÇA, The Queen's Head and Nina Nastasia.

A couple of fantastic sounding compilations, with Garage Psychédélique covering Garage Psych and Pzyk Rock 1965–2019 and Sharayet el Disco diving into Egyptian Disco & Boogie Cassette Tracks 1982–1992.

Some essential reissues this week, including; Yard ActOrchestre Massako, David Sylvian, Run the Jewels, Moon Duo, The Clash, Nils Frahm, Engineers, Daft Punk, Wendy Carlos, The Lumineers, Ensemble intercontemporain, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Charles Mingus with Danny Richmond & Hampton Hawes, and The Sex Pistols.

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