And to think, when we hold these in our hands, we'll be back in our trousers and autumnal jackets.
A really versatile list of announcements here that have got us nice and woozy.
Scone Cash Players
Brooklyn To Brooklin
Kicking the rundown off with some seriously tropical vibes here, this is the new record from Scone Cash Players; the Miami-based group led by longtime Daptone Hammond legend, Adam Scone (or "Scon", depending on where you’re from)... Sorry.
Building Something Beautiful For Me
Celebrated UK producer Loraine James carries the flaming torch of the late great NYC composer Julius Eastman with reinterpretations of some of his finest work.
One Little Independent Records
London-based international punk quartet, Ghost Car debut with Truly Trash; eleven tracks of raging, right-on punk that confronts patriarchal inequality, homophobia, racism and toxic relationships.
From shimmering electro pop to industrial bangers, this is a hugely impressive full debut from London’s PVA. The Dinked Edition is pressed on fluorescent pink sparkle vinyl and also comes with a special zine.
Mouth Full of Glass
Full Time Hobby
Mouth Full of Glass is the outstanding debut album by Chicago singer, songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Macie Stewart. It really hits true and stays with you long after hearing.
Red Sunset Dreams
Following up from 2017s Innerland, Mark Peters returns with Red Sunset Dreams; an ode to imagined North American landscapes.
Also announced this week; Dead Cross, Steve Pilgrim, Fiona Brice, Laura Jean, Alex Rex, The Harlem Gospel Travelers, Girlpuppy, Julien Chang, Manic Street Preachers, Scout Gillett, Poster Paints, and Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott.
Reissues from; Keith Jarrett, David Sylvian, Sonny Rollins, Count Basie, The Wedding Present, Jethro Tull, and a triple serving of John Coltrane.