Laurie Anderson, Fleetwood Mac, Andy Bell, Re-opening & RSD21 News

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We're almost there! We can confirm that we will be opening our doors again from 10.00am Tuesday 13th April.

We will be following the guidelines to keep safe by limiting the number of customers in the shop, providing hand sanitiser, serving from behind a screen and wearing a face mask at all times.

We have been really busy at the shop spring cleaning, rearranging and having a good old sort out. We can't wait to welcome you back for some serious crate digging.

New Releases This Week - Friday 9th April

 In Another World is a brand new album by Illinois Power Pop/Rock band Cheap Trick, formed in 1974 their latest album is 'indelible rock ‘n’ roll with oversized hooks, mischievous lyrics, and seemingly inexorable energy.'

Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi -They're Calling Me Home 'features several traditional songs that Giddens hasn't played for years, including some of the first old-time pieces she ever learned: ‘I Shall Not Be Moved’, ‘Black As Crow (Dearest Dear)’ and ‘Waterbound’. The album also includes a new song Giddens wrote, ‘Avalon’, as well as an Italian lullaby, ‘Nenna Nenna’, that Turrisi used to sing to his infant daughter that took on new resonance during the lockdown'.

Jean Michel Jarre's Amazonia is 52 minutes of brand new music composed by JMJ especially to accompany an exhibition of photography of the Amazon rainforest by Sebastiao Salgado. Double vinyl or CD available.

The Indica Gallery EP features five tracks on cherry cola 12" vinyl from Andy Bell’s debut solo album The View From Halfway Down reworked by Pye Corner Audio, with one re-edit by Andy himself in his Glok guise.

This week Fleetwood Mac release a newly remastered version of their classic double live album with more than an hour of unreleased live music. Live is a 3CD/2LP/7" box set.

A 35th Anniversary Edition of Beverly Glenn-Copeland's Keyboard Fantasies is out this week a 'masterwork from 1986, a hermetic and wondrous new age album that contains worlds beyond worlds' Pitchfork 

Available on vinyl and for the first time on CD.

Bristol dance music duo Giant Swan release their 12" EP Do Not Be Afraid Of Tenderness a year after their self titled debut album.

South Londoner Raf Rundell’s 'colourful, musical optimism cleverly fuses funk, indie-pop, soul and electronica in his latest project.' XS Noise. Limited edition on eco wax LP

Soul Jazz Records re-release Nova the debut album from the radical jazz musician Steve Reid


By the time you read this newsletter the list of releases for Record Store Day 2021 will have been released... tons of great rare vinyl was announced on Wednesday this week. You can check the full list HERE


A BIG thank you for supporting us through this difficult time. We can't wait to see you again very soon and look forward to seeing all our fellow Louth businesses open up again too.

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