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Album review: Tim Hecker – Anoyo

Album review: Tim Hecker – Anoyo

A companion piece to last year’s ‘Konoyo’ this arrives very quickly after its predecessor. Drawing again from sessions with Tokyo Gakusko, it’s very much part two of a journey. Konoyo refers to the physical world, this world and that album …read more

The Richer Sounds Love Vinyl event – Video recap

The Richer Sounds Love Vinyl event – Video recap

Experience the incredible performances from our magical Love Vinyl event, with James Morrison, Rahh, Leo James Conroy and Grace Gillespie! On April 13th, 2019 we celebrated vinyl retailers around the world with our Love Vinyl event, held at London’s storied …read more

Record Store Day 2019 – Our Top Picks

Record Store Day 2019 – Our Top Picks

Record Store Day is almost here again – take a look at our top choices from this year’s offerings! 808 State – 4 States of 808 State “Limited edition 4 x 12″ box set exploring four very different sides of …read more

Album review: MUSE – Simulation Theory

Album review: MUSE – Simulation Theory

Muse have steadily moved to the point where they are releasing the eighth studio album of their career. They’ve never made a duff album, but have they ever made a classic, career defining one, like The Joshua Tree or Violator? …read more

Album review: The Prodigy – No Tourists

Album review: The Prodigy – No Tourists

The Prodigy, from Braintree, Essex, are pretty much an English institution now. They’ve been doing this for 28 years, you know. You’d think being still pretty high profile that their recent achievements in the field of science would’ve merited more …read more