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AS PART of its continuing sifting of absolute gems already in the catalogue, Matador has announced its marking the quarter-century of Bardo Pond’s none-more-hallucinogenic debut for the label (and the band’s sixth overall, by a Discogs reckoning), Amanita, will be getting an empurpled and deluxe anniversary edition pressing, out October 8th. Good news for major …

SEEFEEL, the brilliant British dub-ambient-electronica outfit who recorded beautiful, eerie and hypnotic work for Too Pure, Warp and Rephlex through the Nineties are the subject of a long-overdue reissue campaign, arriving in May – and there’s a comprehensive new compilation, too. The band, who released the hallucinatory and dubby Quique for Too Pure in 1994, …

WITH On-U Sound recently making all of New Age Steppers’ back catalogue available once again on CD and LP, now seems a great time to reveal some other gems found while digging in the archives: not one, but two, rarely seen promotional videos from back in 1981, for “Radial Drill” and “Fade Away” both taken …

BELGIAN synth visionaries-cum-pranksters Telex have dropped a video for their previously unreleased, recently discovered take on “Dear Prudence” – you can watch it below. Their take – treated with just a little more harmonic reverence than their British charting, brilliantly robotic “Rock Around The Clock” – came to light when surviving members Dan Lacksman and …

REVERED label World Circuit has taken a dive into the halls of its back catalogue and has announced vinyl pressings for two albums that will surely please fans of the global sound everywhere. The first of the two reissues is to be Various artists – Cumbia Cumbia 1 & 2, an exploration of the rhythms of …

MUTE and Spoon Records are proud to announce that they’ve got together in order to begin issuing a series of live performances by the legendary krautrock outfit Can, beginning with Can: Live in Stuttgart 1975, which will be out on vinyl, CD and digitally on May 28th. For those fans who have been mining through the …

GOLDFRAPP’s fourth album, Seventh Tree, is to receive a coloured vinyl reissue next March via Mute/BMG. The album, originally released in February 2008, which featured singles such as the widescreen piano pop of”Caravan Girl”, the smouldering confession of “A&E” and “Caravan”, has been out of pressing for a long while now and commands prices north …

YOU’VE got to applaud Optic Nerve; the Preston label that reissues some of the most excellent lost cult classics of British punk and indie culture (am I alone in finding my jaw drop involuntarily when I found you could buy a new pressing of, say, The Loft’s “Up The Hill And The Down The Slope” …

BLUE NOTE, the jazz imprint absolutely without parallel since 1939, has announced a new series of vinyl-only remasters and reissues to run from December into the middle part of 2021. Sixteen titles, all all-time classics of the jazz world, are up for inclusion so far in the Blue Note Classic Vinyl Reissue Series – a …

SIXTIES’ and Seventies’ electronica is a weird and eccentric world, seemingly populated by mad genii and creative mavericks with clipboards and lab coats, observing banks of machinery at sonic play. Actually that conception isn’t too far from the truth: Raymond Scott and his Manhattan Research, Inc. while using the new musical technology to place interlude …