Late Arrivals for RSD Drop 2 plus New & Ltd from Lee Scratch Perry, Sharon Van Etten, Leon Bridges, Snapped Ankles, Cedric Burnside & Anne-Marie and Live Music in Louth

Posted by Mark Merrifield on

We had a tremendous response to Record Store Day Drop 2 - thanks for all your purchases, we really appreciate it. 

All online orders from the weekend have been sent out, so we hope you are enjoying receiving those. If you haven't picked up your order yet you can collect in store Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5.30pm (6pm Fridays).

There are still some RSD gems up for grabs if you haven't had a chance to look yet. Browse RSD Drop 1 and 2 items online or in store.

There were also a few late arrivals to tell you about - DVSN - 5th SeptRichmond Fontaine - Post To Wire and Swollen Members - Ten Years Of Turmoil. Muse's Matt Bellamy has a much anticipated 12" debut Cryosleep due to arrive anyday - please contact the shop if interested in this one! 

With all the RSD preparations last week we didn't have time to tell you about some of the other new arrivals...

This week Essex born pop star Anne-Marie releases a second album. Therapy 'is the follow-up to her multi-platinum and four million-selling 2018 debut, Speak Your Mind [the UK’s biggest-selling debut release of that year].'

Available in store and online on CD or pink vinyl.

Several copies have arrived of a rare purple LP reissue of Lee Scratch Perry's 2017 reinvention of his classic Black Ark LP Super Ape Returns To Conquer with a fantastic collaboration with the Subatomic Sound System.  

Gold-Diggers Sound is the new album from Leon Bridges. This R&B collection is birthed from extended late nights at the Los Angeles, California studio of the same name. Available on CD or we have the limited edition vinyl with alternate cover.

We also have the new album from one of our fav artists in recent years Snapped Ankles Forest of Your Problems on cd and indies only recycled colour LP.

I Be Trying is the new record from two-time Grammy nominee Blues/Gospel artist Cedric Burnside. Limited blue LP in stock.

For fans of Sharon Van Etten...

A tenth anniversary double expanded reissue of the classic album Epic.

Plus Mondo, and Jagjaguwar present a limited edition 7" vinyl pressing of Sharon Van Etten's incredible song Let Go, recorded for the 2020 documentary Feels Good Man. It also features a cover of Some Things Last A Long Time by Texas legend Daniel Johnston as B-Side.

One of our fav radio shows Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone on BBC6 Music earlier this week featured Alice Coltrane's fascinating double album Kirtan: Turiya Sings 

In stock on CD and vinyl.

New in is Cornershop's limited release of England Is A Garden Instrumentals on vinyl. 'Lozenge clear' double vinyl  limited to 800 copies.


Also a selection of new arrivals at the shop.... not yet listed on the site.

The Fratellis Half Drunk CD £10.99 

Various Artists - Asian Disco LP

Dead Moon - Defiance - LP £21.99 (MR091)
The Durutti Coloumn - Sex and Death 2LP
another Lee Perry - Dub Treasures LP 
Los Piranas Infame LP (KRXN014)
Fleetwood Mac - Rattlenake Shake - Live in London 1970 CD £7.99
and Fourtet LPs New Energy & Sixteen Oceans back in stock


August Opening Times

As is usual for us during the month of August the shop will only be open on Louth market days - Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays 10am to 5.30pm - to allow us to spend some time together as a family.

The fab folk behind Louth's Zero Degrees Festival have organised some outdoor live music events including:

Culture at the Canal - Sunday 25th July - 1pm till 5pm The Navigation Warehouse & Platform, Riverhead Rd. LN11 0DA Fabulous live Latin , folk and acoustic music. Bensley's ice cream and the Woolpack Inn will be providing food & drink - Free admission, family friendly.

Buskers' Day in Louth - Saturday 14th August will be a buzzing day full of buskers throughout the town.

Cafe Culture Sundays in the Cornmarket Louth. Enjoy a cuppa, drink, lunch. Pop up music entertaining you in the Cornmarket from 11am through till 4pm. Sunday 1st August 2021, Sunday 22nd August 2021, Sunday 19th September 2021

Here's hoping you enjoy your plans this weekend, be they big or small!


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