Preorder Rundown: Week 38

Some really wicked stuff incoming to your collection via the Drift shelves. Come on in, friends!

 


Gaz Coombes
Turn The Car Around
Hot Fruit

Turn The Car Around is the dazzling return from former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes. All-encompassing and bewitching; at points anthemic; but at the heart of everything here is a set of masterfully composed songs from a songwriter at the top of his game.




Willie J Healey
Bunny
Yala! Music

Willie J Healey returns in fine form with Bunny, full of addictively wobbly funk, soul and gospel. Really cool.




Lowly
Keep Up The Good Work
Bella Union

Lowly well and truly keeping up the good work with this one… The Danish 5-piece are back and sounding closer than ever; lots of lush moments throughout.




Mount Kimbie & Dom Maker & Kai Campos
MK 3.5: Die Cuts | City Planning
Warp

Mount Kimbie duo Dom Maker and Kai Campos come together to release a split album of solo works. Such a diverse and gripping set of songs across both discs, with a nice list of collaborators; however I think what makes this really cool and exciting is hearing both sides of the MK coin.




Jeb-Loy Nichols
United States of the Broken Hearted
On-U Sound

Back for his FIFTEENTH studio album is legendary Wales-based, American-born songwriter, Jeb-Loy Nichols. A nice little mini-doc shows him in his idyllic home in mid-Wales here.




Photay with Carlos Niño
An Offering
International Anthem Recording Co.

A special creative partnership between IARC ambient/electronic producers and performers Carlos Niño and Evan Shornstein - aka Photay. They really bring out the best in each other here with (excuse me) “an offering” of highest-grade mosaic-music. If you like granular music as much as me, you are gonna' love this one.




Also announced this week: DJ Yoda; The Besnard Lakes; Courtney Marie Andrews; Nuha Ruby Ra; Eddie Piller & Dean Rudland; Liars; Paramore; and JARV IS…

A big chunky reissues list with the likes of: Fela Kuti; Grant Green; David Bowie; Jamiroquai; The Flaming Lips; Harry Beckett; John Surman & John Warren.

- Leo Drift.

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