Primal Scream, Jethro Tull, John Lennon, Sunn O))), Korn, Bastille, Billy Bragg, Now Music Yearbook

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New In This Week...

Primal Scream Live At Levitation - 'Recorded in 2015 at Levitation... the LP marks the next release in The Reverberation Appreciation Society’s Live at Levitation series, which captures key moments in psychedelic rock history and live music in Austin, Texas - features guests Thee Oh Sees, Night Beats, and frontman Bobby Gillespie’s old band, The Jesus And Mary Chain.'

Ltd blue/yellow swirl vinyl.

John Lennon - Instant Karma - 7" EP

InsideOutMusic / Sony Music 'release the new studio album from progressive rock legends Jethro TullThe Zealot Gene is the bands first new studio album in nearly 20 years.' CD, LP + CD and Deluxe CD/Blu ray Artbook versions in stock.

Billy Bragg - returns with his 10th album The Million Things That Never Happened. All songs are written by Billy Bragg apart from the final song (Ten Mysterious Photos That Can’t Be Explained), which is co-written by Billy’s son Jack Valero. Ltd transparent blue/green LP available.

Sunn O))) - Metta, Benevolence. BBC 6Music : Live on the invitation of Mary Anne Hobbs - Limited Edition Maroon 2LP - 500 copies released.

Californian Nu-Metal band Korn release Requiem this weekLimited edition clear milky white vinyl or CD available.

South Londoners Bastille are back with their new album Give Me The Future. Vinyl and CD in stock.

On his latest album, The Sun is Shining Down, out via Forty Below Records, Blues legend John Mayall teams up with a stellar cast to deliver a funky soulful affair punctuated by brass, violins, harmonica and electric ukulele. With special guests. In stock on CD

Now Music is proud to present the newest addition to the ‘Yearbook’ series: Now – Yearbook 1982. It features the defining tracks that ruled the charts in 1982.

Featuring 16 of the year’s number 1s, including ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ (Survivor), ‘Ebony And Ivory’ (Paul McCartney), ‘House Of Fun’ (Madness), ‘Town Called Malice’ (The Jam), ‘Pass The Dutchie’ (Musical Youth), and 1982’s biggest seller ‘Come On Eileen’ from Dexys Midnight Runners. 

Triple LP on yellow vinyl.

probably the biggest release of the year so far Yard Act - The Overload we have the LP back in stock.



Amazing but true...March marks the 18th year of our bricks and mortar shop! 

Some of you may remember that we started out with a stall on Louth market in 2003 before moving to our first little shop at 28 Aswell Street in 2004.

Thanks to your support we are still here!

It's a tough time for small businesses but we are thinking big. We have got lots of exciting plans in the pipeline for the future of the shop. For starters we're hoping to launch some Off The Beaten Tracks merchandise and we'd like to put on more in-store live music events. 

And...what would you like from the shop that you are not getting at the moment? We'd love to hear from you. Get in touch and let us know.

We have recently lost some musical greats, Ronnie Spector, Meat Loaf and this week one of our favourite English folk singers Norma Waterson

The Waterson/Carthy family, like so many other touring musicians, have been greatly affected by the effects of the pandemic. They urgently need funds to tide them over and have set up a donation page.

You can also buy Eliza Carthy's latest album Through That Sound direct from her website.

ALSO SPOTTED: Excellent legendary US funk rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers have just released new music today and we love it - great that guitarist/sonic adventurer John Frusciante is back with them - though as in many cases we recommend listening without watching the video!


SHOP Opening Times For February

Tuesday 10.00 - 3.00

Wednesday 10.00 - 5.30

Thursday 10.00 - 5.30

Friday 10.00 - 6.00

Saturday 10.00 - 5.30



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