Loads of great releases for you again this week available in store and online.
Mogwai's As The Love Continues gets a Love Record Stores release on gold double vinyl. Out Friday 8th October
'As The Love Continues has all of their hallmarks (the plaintive lulls, the booming peaks, the whirling anger) but as tried-and-trusted as those structures are, there are a few unexpected subtleties that make Mogwai’s tenth album a surprising listen.' Loud And Quiet
The Charlatans' self titled fourth album from 1995 gets a re-issue on double yellow marbled vinyl. Includes 'Just When You're Thinkin Things Over'.
Limited edition white vinyl edition of BadBadNotGood's album Talk Memory, 'a psychedelic jazz record that explores balance and harmony through musical improvisation. Collaborators include legendary composer Arthur Verocai and contemporary icons such as Terrace Martin, Karriem Riggins and Laraaji.'
CD version also available.
Australian band Pond release new album 9 this week - available on 180gm coke bottle vinyl.
Singer, instrumentalist, and songwriter Karen Peris from The Innocence Mission 'releases her new album, A Song Is Way Above the Lawn on Bella Union. Written over a period of seven years, these songs make an especially melodic collection of beautifully rendered moments that will resonate with both children and adults.'
Piñata is "a gangster Blaxploitation film on wax," says Freddie Gibbs of his 17 track collaboration with producer Madlib, released this week. Black vinyl available.
We also have the Madlib/Fourtet collaboration Sound Ancestors in stock on vinyl.
Just arrived is Kevin Morby's A Night At The Little Los Angeles - the 4-track version of Sundowner - limited edition metallic silver vinyl available.
And last but not least re-issue from two of my folk heroes Anne Briggs and Bert Jansch...
Legendary folk guitarist (and one of our favs) Bert Jansch's The Ornament Tree get s a reissue with liner notes from his biographer Colin Harper.
Another shop fav Anne Briggs' second album The Time Has Come was first released in 1971. Recently reissued on black vinyl with unseen photos and liner notes by Colin Harper.
YOU CAN BROWSE ALL THE NEW LISTINGS HERE
Live music in Louth this week includes Liam O' Maonlai (Hothouse Flowers) at Louth Jazz Club on Friday 8th October with Jake Newby as support.
Come and browse our new and second hand vinyl, CDs, cassettes and books. We're open Wednesday to Satutrday 10am to 5.30pm (6pm Fridays)
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