Friday, December 19, 2014

Albums of the year

There's never enough time to hear everything you'd like to... even when you're working in a record store. But there are always MORE than enough albums that flow through the ears and stick in the old brain each year.  Here are the stickiest ones from this one.

This year's 50 favourites in alphabetical order:

1. Alvvays – S/T (Royal Mountain)
2. Amen Dunes - Love (Sacred Bones)
3. Sam Amidon - Lily-O (Nonesuch)
4. Aphex Twin - Syro (Warp)
5. Avec le soleil sortant de sa bouche - Zubberdust! (Constellation)
6. Badbadnotgood - III (Innovative Leisure)
7. Budos Band - Burnt Offerings (Daptone)
8. The Bug - Angels & Devils (Ninja Tune)
9. Evan Caminiti – Coiling (Dust Editions)
10. Cassegrain – Centres of Distraction (Prologue)
11. Douglas Dare – Whelm (Erased Tapes)
12. Daughters of the Sun - Ride to Die (Not Not Fun)
13. Death Vessel - Island Intervals (Sub Pop)
14. Deerhoof - La Isla Bonita (Polyvinyl)
15. Fennesz - Becs (editions Mego)
16. Michael Feuerstack and Associates - Singer Songer (Forward)
17. Gazelle Twin - Unflesh (Last Gang)
18. Hookworms - The Hum (Weird World)
19. Goat - Commune (Sub Pop)
20. Godflesh - A World Lit Only By Fire (Hydra Head)
21. Grouper - Ruins (Kranky)
22. How to Dress Well - "What is this heart?" (Weird World)
23. Inventions - S/T (Temporary Residence)
24. Damien Jurado - Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son (Secretly Canadian)
25. Kiasmos -S/T (Erased Tapes)
26. Last Ex – S/T (Constellation)
27. Liars - Mess (Mute)
28. New Pornographers - Brill Bruisers (Last Gang)
29. Nothing - Guilty of Everything (Relapse)
30. Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire For No Witness (Jagjaguwar)
31. Ought - More Than Any Other Day (Constellation)
32. Owen Pallett - In Conflict (Domino)
33. Perfect Pussy - Say Yes to Love (Captured Tracks)
34. Protomartyr - Under Color of Official Right (Hardly Art)
35. Radian/Howe Gelb – Radian vs. Howe Gelb (Radian Releases)
36. Real Estate - Atlas (Domino)
37. Shellac - Dude Incredible (Touch & Go)
38. A Silver Mt. Zion - Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light on Everything (Constellation)
39. Sun Kil Moon - Benji (Caldo Verde)
40. Sunn O))) / Ulver - Terrestrials (Southern Lord)
41. Swans - To Be Kind (Young God)
42. Torn Hawk – Let’s Cry and Do Pushups at the Same Time (Mexican Summer)
43. Scott Walker / Sunn O))) - Soused (4AD)
44. War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream (Secretly Canadian)
45. Bry Webb - Free Will (Idee Fixe)
46. White Fence - For the Recently Found Innocent (Drag City)
47. WIFE - What's Between (Tri-angle)
48. A Winged Victory for the Sullen - Atomos (Kranky)
49. Christopher Willits - OPENING (Ghostly International)
50. Wolves in the Throne Room - Celestite (Southern Lord)

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Black Xmas?!?! A first look at RSD/Black Friday titles.

Believe me, I hate it as much as you... but I HAVE to remind you that Xmas is right around the corner.  And so it is probably a good idea to plan your special orders soon... like over the next couple of weeks... to allow enough time for the fickle fates of record distribution to rise to your demands.  Doubly so if you are ordering vinyl.  In short:  GET YOUR SPECIAL ORDERS IN TO US ASAP!

In the meantime you may know of the upcoming Record Store Day event that coincides with Black Friday (November 28th).  As with regular RSDs there are a bunch of special releases pressed up for your (and your gift giving, perhaps) amusement.  Below I'm posting the as-of-now complete major label releases for the event.

Unlike previous RSDs we're inviting special orders in a new way.  Because it's a holiday event and some of you may be planning on some of these as gifts, we will be holding whatever special orders you make, regardless of stock fill.  That is to say... three folks order Frank Zappa - "200 Motels" 7"... we maybe order 5 copies... in the end we only get two copies... so the first two people who special ordered it... get it... simple.  This means, however, that there's a risk certain things might not make it to the shelves... so it would be a good idea to order those items you truly truly want... again in a TIMELY MANNER!!!

As a special bonus to you go-getters we will be offering 10% off retail price to any special orders.  So what else do you need? 

Here's the list.  Feel free to e-mail us at to order / check on prices / ask other general questions.  Our Facebook page is a good place for this too.  We're modern!

Enjoy.  And Merry Ho HO!!

The Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen (Gentlemen at 21 Deluxe Edition) (180g)  3LP
Conor Oberst Standing On the Outside Looking In / Sugar Street 7"
Echosmith - Cool Kids Picture Disc
Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud / I'm A Mess (Live From Lightship 95) 7"
Game Theory – Distortion 10" Coloured Vinyl
Game Theory - Pointed Accounts Of People You Know  10" Coloured Vinyl
The Grateful Dead - 11/18/72 Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston, TX (180g)  2LP
Green Day - Tune In Tokyo  Coloured Vinyl LP
Husker Du - Warehouse: Songs and Stories Coloured Vinyl 2LP
Iron Butterfly - Heavy (mono 180g)  LP
Jenny Lewis - Pax-Am Sessions 7" Coloured Vinyl 
Mastodon - The Motherload 12” Picture Disc
Neil Young Official Release Series Discs 5-8 (180g)  4LP
New Order - 1981-1982 Coloured Vinyl LP
Ronnie James Dio/ Dio & Friends - Dio and Friends 'Stand Up and Shout' for Cancer Picture Disc
Sneakers - Sneakers  10" Coloured Vinyl
South Park - James Cameron / My Bitch Ain't No Hobbit  7" Picture Disc
The Doors/Peter LaFarge - Honor The Treaties (180g)  LP
The Flaming Lips - Imagene Peise - Atlas Eets Christmas   LP
The Ramones - Morrissey Curates The Ramones  LP
The Velvet Underground - Live MCMXCII Coloured Vinyl 4LP
5 Seconds of Summer - 5 Seconds of Summer Picture Disc
Bon Jovi - Live 2 10" Picture Disc
Chrissie Hynde - Stockholm Live at the 229 Club London, England Coloured 10"
Chvrches - Under the Tide 12"
Death Grips - Government Plates  LP
Dralms - Crushed Pleats 7"
Ennio Morricone - The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly Coloured Vinyl LP
Fantômas – Wunderkammer  5LP+ cassette
Frank Zappa - 200 Motels 7"
Genesis - From Genesis to Revelation  LP
Imagine Dragons - Night Visions   Picture Disc
Johnny Thunders - Looking For Johnny: The Legend of Johnny Thunders  2LP
Little Richard - Little Richard  LP
Miles Davis - Enigma  10"
Miles Davis - The Prestige 10-Inch LPs Collection Volume 1 5x10"
Mother Love Bone - Hold Your Head Up 7"
Ramin Djawadi - Game of Thrones  2LP
Rosanne Cash - The Sunken Lands 7"
St. Vincent – Pieta 10"
Tears for Fears - Songs from the Big Chair (2014 Stereo Mix)  LP
The Beatles - Long Tall Sally  7"
The Decemberists - Make You Better 7"
The Northern Pikes - Teenland / The Things I Do For Money 7"
Various Artists - Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1  LP
Various Artists - Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 Cassette
Various Artists - This Warm December Volume 1: A Brushfire Holiday  LP
Various Artists -  Miss Sunshine  LP
Various Artists - The Big Lebowski  White Vinyl LP
Various Artists - Frozen Holiday 7" Picture Disc
Wilco Johnson & Roger Daltry - Going Back Home 7"
Aaliyah -  Age Ain't Nothing But A Number (180g) Coloured Vinyl 2LP
Against Me! - Daytrotter Sessions 7”  
Alvin Lee - Still On The Road To Freedom LP
Bessie Smith - At The Christmas Ball (45RPM 120g) 7” Coloured Vinyl
Bleachers -  Desire: The Demos Coloured Vinyl LP
Candelmass - Live (180g)  2LP
Chris Robinson Brotherhood - Try Rock N' Roll 12"  
Dave Matthews Band - Recently EP 10"  
David Bowie - Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) 10"
Elvis Presley -  Dinner Show 8/12/70 (180g)  2LP
First Aid Kit – America 10" Single
Gov't Mule - Stoned Side of the Mule Vol 1 (180g)  LP
Hozier - 10" Vinyl for RSD 10"  
Jacksoul - Greatest Hits 10"  
Jimi Hendrix -  Hear My Music (200g)  2LP
Joe Satriani - Joe Satriani EP (45RPM) 12"  
Johnny Winter - Step Back   Picture Disc
Jonathan Wilson - Slide By EP  LP  
Judas Priest - 5 Souls  10 inch Vinyl Extended Play
Korn - Korn (20th Anniversary Edition)  2LP  
Mick Foley - Crazy Christmas 7” Coloured Vinyl  
Miles Davis - Blue Christmas (45 RPM) 7” Coloured Vinyl  
Outkast - Player's Ball (120g) 10" Coloured Vinyl  
Penny Arkade  - Not The Freeze (180g)  LP
Phil Spector & Various Artists - A Christmas Gift For You (180g) Coloured Vinyl LP
Ryan Bingham – Bootleg 10"  
The Acacia Strai - The Dead Walk - Limited Edition LP Coloured  
The Avantis - Gypsy Surfer  7"  
The Kinks - Muswell Hillbillies (180g)  2LP
The Lone Bellow - When You Go 7"  
Umphrey's McGee - Seven Inches 7”  
Various Artists - American Hustle  2LP
Walter Trout & John Mayall - Walter Trout & John Mayall Double A-Side Split            7”  
Waylon Jennings - Lousiana Man, Kentucky Woman 7” Coloured Vinyl   
Wham! - Last Christmas 12" Coloured Vinyl  
Wu Tang Clan -  C.R.E.A.M. 7”  

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Backstreet Recommends! (B)

Sure we recommend stuff all the time.  In fact, having a store is a bit like an extended recommendation of good music you should all try out.  But here are a few more specific examples, CD titles, some you should be aware of, some you might not be, but all endorsed as good spins in the ol' laser thingy.  You can find the A-Z of this instore in a cleverly named "Backstreet Recommends" section, all priced between $5.99  and $7.96.


Blonde Redhead - Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons (Touch and Go, 2000)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Backstreet Recommends!! (A)

Sure we recommend stuff all the time.  In fact, having a store is a bit like an extended recommendation of good music you should all try out.  But here are a few more specific examples, CD titles, some you should be aware of, some you might not be, but all endorsed as good spins in the ol' laser thingy.  You can find the A-Z of this instore in a cleverly named "Backstreet Recommends" section, all priced between $5.99  and $7.96.


Air - Moon Safari (Virgin 1998)

Thursday, October 09, 2014

Autumn Moods

You may have noticed the seasons shifting over to the colourful and cooler variety of late.  Figured it was time for a couple of suggestions for albums to match the moods of autumn.  These two instrumental offerings come at things from different directions.

First up Daughters of the Sun, a Minnesota outfit, explore a stoner vibe with a decidedly synth based approach.  Their new album Ride to Die is a gem released by Not Not Fun records.

Daughters Of The Sun - Ride To Die from Not Not Fun on Vimeo.

On the chiller side of the coin why not try Inventions?  A duo featuring Matthew Cooper of Eluvium and Mark T. Smith of Explosions in the Sky, their self-titled debut on Temporary Residence brings together the strengths of both those groups and expands things into a few new directions.

We have both albums on vinyl and CD on the Inventions release.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Constellation Mix Tape

Our friends at Constellation have posted a FALL MIX TAPE to show case their new releases:

Click HERE to listen to the MIX, read below to find out about the releases.


CST106 - 180gLP / CD / DL

We think it’s safe to call Avec le soleil sortant de sa bouche a bit of a Montreal supergroup, its members having been active in this city’s experimental rock communities for well over a decade, including participation in Panopticon Eyelids, Pas Chic Chic, Red Mass, Set Fire to Flames, and, from the Constellation roster, Fly Pan Am. Avec le soleil has solidified over the past year into a tight four-piece unit, and careened towards mastery of a highly original, deeply satisfying, giddy and heady avant-funk.

The pair of exquisite and exhilarating 20-minute pieces featured on Zubberdust! is the culmination of the group’s first two years of conceptual and somatic development. (The pieces are subdivided into sections for CD and digital track IDs.) This is (mostly) instrumental rock that exuberantly succeeds in blending a primitivist, hypnotic energy with cerebral pleasures, seeding an addictive trail of sonic brain-candy throughout the mixes. The band wholly embodies and channels its inimitable square grooves, while teasing out the innumerable joys of repetition via micro-deployments of ever-shifting electronic overlays – along with the occasional full-stop and 180 degree turn. JS Truchy’s wordless lead vocals (and his choral arrangement on “Face à l’instant”) add compelling textural and melodic counterpoints while lending the music an especially timeless, deterritorialised and emotive dimension.

For more info on Zubberdust, visit our release page. Our Fall 2014 sampler includes Avec le soleil’s “Face à l’instant Part 2″.

LAST EX - Last Ex
CST107 - 180gLP / CD / DL

Last Ex is the new instrumental rock ensemble led by Simon Trottier and Olivier Fairfield, both longtime fixtures of experimental/punk scenes rooted in the cross-province hub of Hull/Ottawa (straddling the border of Quebec and Ontario, respectively). In addition to duties in various groups orbiting Fairfield’s E-Tron Records (including H. de Heutz, Ferriswheel and many others), the two are perhaps best known as core members of haunted blues-folk ensemble Timber Timbre, which spawned the Last Ex project.

When Timber Timbre’s ambient music for a horror film went unused back in 2012, Trottier and Fairfield began revisiting the sound palette they had built up for the soundtrack at Fairfield’s studio in Hull, expanding on their techniques and textures, adding drums, bass and various other instruments. The duo found that they had dug into some very fertile territory, writing additional songs throughout 2013 and bringing their obsessions with sound collage, tape-based music concrète and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop to bear on the cinematic lyricism of the initial widescreen guitar- and string-based material. Derived from the title of the abandoned film, Simon and Olivier dubbed their new project Last Ex.

With its combination of assured lyricism, cinematic guitars, dusky analog atmospherics and taut percussion, this is a vivid, concise and expressive instrumental album that sits snugly between fellow label acts Do Make Say Think and Exhaust on the one hand, Hrsta, Tindersticks and Evangelista on the other.

For more info on Last Ex visit our release page. Our Fall 2014 sampler includes Last Ex's “Hotel Blues."

OUGHT - Once More With Feeling... EP
CST106 - 180gLP / CD / DL

Montreal four-piece post-punk group Ought has been gathering momentum the old-fashioned way, with a humble and deceptively unassuming debut album that’s been worming its way into many many ears thanks to its combination of intelligence, authenticity, directness, simplicity and energy; and with live performances in which the band’s channeling of genuine passion, politics and charisma are consistently connecting with and exuberantly galvanizing audiences.

While they continue their relentless touring across North America and Europe this fall, we’ll be letting out this vinyl- and digital-only EP which corrals a couple of selections from the band’s older songbook, re-recorded this Spring at Hotel2Tango to reflect some of the ways they’ve grown and evolved over the past year or so. We think it’s a very fine set of tunes that highlights and brings fans up to date with Ought’s first two years of songwriting, revealing additional facets of the band, including its ability to play with nostalgia and balladry (“Pill”), feverish revival-tent testifying (“New Calm Pt. 2″), and improv/abstraction (“New Calm Pt. 3″).

For more info on the EP check our release page, and for a full listing of towns they’ll be hitting this fall (there are many!) check our tours page. The EP includes “Waiting”, which we let out early in the Spring as an MP3, and new track “Pill” is included on our Fall 2014 sampler.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Second Chances

Twenty titles in our Used CD New Arrivals that should be in your collection (If they aren't already)

  1. Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
  2. Beatles - Revolver
  3. Peter Broderick - These Walls of Mine
  4. Cat Power - Covers Record
  5. Ry Cooder - Paradise and Lunch
  6. Mos Def & Talib Kweli - are Blackstar
  7. Explosions in the Sky - The Earth is not a Cold Dead Place 
  8. Grandaddy - Sophtware Slump
  9. Husker Du - Warehouse:Songs and Stories
  10. L7 - Hungry for Stink
  11. My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves
  12. Ned's Atomic Dustbin - God Fodder
  13. Pink Floyd -The Wall
  14. Pixies - S/T (Blue Tape)
  15. Radiohead - In Rainbows
  16. Real Estate - Days
  17. Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me
  18. Henry Rollins - Sweatbox
  19. Superchunk - No Pocky for Kitty
  20. Neil Young - S/T

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Burger Cassettes

 After enough prodding by folks looking for cassettes we went ahead and got in a mid-sized handful of ltd.ed. selections from the mighty Burger Records.  Below are the titles and tracks by the bands to give you a taste of Burger.

Tomorrow's Tulips - Experimental Jelly

Black Sea - Optimistic Sigh

Death Valley Girls - Street Venom

The Memories - Touched by an Angel

Weirdos - We Got the Neutron Bomb

Massenger - Girl Glass

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Sectionals: Electronic & Experimental #3: Seefeel

In Sectionals we spotlight music we find interesting that casual browsers might overlook or be unfamiliar with. Consider these our recommendations to make your life more diversely musical.

Seefeel - Quique [redux edition] (Too Pure, 1993)

 Review [8.4] via Pitchfork

Being an early 1990s shoegaze band whose big claim to fame is that they "went electronic," it's impossible to talk about Seefeel without also talking about technology. On Seefeel's MySpace page, there's live footage of "Industrious"-- from their 1993 album Quique-- at a Russian festival in '94. The band doesn't quite stand still; bassist Darren Seymour does some kind of spastic dance during the bridge. But something about the basic immobility of the band-- attempting to recreate its pulsing, programmed loops live on stage, a music that pours My Bloody Valentine's oozing pink and purple plasma onto techno's chrome skeleton-- is tied to a long-gone age of implacable MIDI-sequencing, lacking the real-time software flux available to Christian Fennesz or the freedom of movement enjoyed by modern cyborg bands like Battles.
But only a maniac would claim that Kraftwerk's neon lights shine any less brightly because they didn't have Ableton Live, and Seefeel's music continues to sparkle 14 years later, an entire generation having built an ambient-motorik noise-pop aesthetic around Quique songs like "Plainsong". Too Pure finally brings the album back into print after far too long with this double-disc "Redux Edition", and listening now, you'll hear the beginnings of a still-thriving genre that remains slippery and unnamed, purely electronic music with a strange, tangy rock aftertaste-- think Tim Hecker's own post-shoegaze explorations into ultra-violet noise, Nathan Fake's plastic techno My Bloody Valentine homages, M83's heavily sequenced Vangeliscapes, a good chunk of the Darla Records catalog, and the twinkling textures of Mouse on Mars, who sent Too Pure a mash note with their demo after they had become infatuated with Quique. Even starting out in a genre where texture and noise already did much of the heavy lifting, the "rock band" version of Seefeel was just a shadow on the studio wall by the time of Quique, making it kind of proto-IDM before the genre even really had a name.
And in this rock-free space, the eight minutes of opener "Climatic Phase No. 3" actually sound like "Comedown Phase No. 3". It's just the barest tinkling of percussion, a rising and falling bass line to provide a barely audible pulse guiding the track, and the laziest melody Kevin Shields or Robin Guthrie never wrote. Not afraid to name a song "Spangle", that most overused of adjectives when it comes to post-Cocteau Twins' guitar atmospherics, Seefeel's canvas on Quique was the azure 8-bit horizon of a computer game where the band blew pixilated clouds that spritzed digital mist and crafted minimal hooks from just hypnotic smears of faraway feedback and Sarah Peacock's nape-of-your-neck intimate whispers.
Needless to say, if Seefeel's pace gets to, say, mid-tempo, the band's pretty damn worked up. The songs stretch out like groggy limbs after a mid-day nap, and the band is often at its best when it's at its most languid, as on the impossibly sensual and nearly static "Filter Dub". The underrated, understated rhythm work--rarely brought up when critics like me start talking alliterative nonsense about vapor trails and guitar swooshes--scrapes and pulses more than it pounds or strides, often recalling a stiff Kraftwerkian metal-on-metal version of polyrhythmic sway of Polynesian percussion. The silvery splash of the cymbals on "Industrious" is just another harmonic color in the palette; the chittering "Through You" sounds like gamelan recast with Atari-era tools.
In the band's attempt escape rock's orbit, the second disc of nine unreleased tracks and rare cuts melts any remaining physicality away until all that's left is, as the band titles the last track, a "Silent Pool", even removing most of the "techno" from "ambient techno." The "avant garde" mix of "Charlotte's Mouth" mutes the original's percussion until it's the spectral, washed-out blur of an underdeveloped Polaroid, and the eerie "My Super 20" blows barren winds as cold the bleakest tracks on AFX's Selected Ambient Works II or the arctic static of Thomas Koner. Moving to labels like Warp and Rephlex and exploring a more purely electronic sound--guitarist Mark Clifford went on to a long and fruitful techno career as Disjecta and other pseudonyms--was perhaps Seefeel's only option as they forced a rock/techno fusion that the technology of the time couldn't quite accommodate. But while it would have undoubtedly been interesting to see where the band might have gone in the anything-goes laptop age, Quique still sounds timeless.

We have a 2CD digipack copy of this excellent album for $9.99 in Electronic/Experimental section.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Sectionals: Electronic & Experimental #2: F.S. Blumm

In Sectionals we spotlight music we find interesting that casual browsers might overlook or be unfamiliar with. Consider these our recommendations to make your life more diversely musical. 

F. S. Blumm - Summer Kling (Morr Music, 2006)

Review via Boomkat:
Frank Schültge is probably better known as electronic/acoustic tinkerer F.S. Blumm - he has now released a bulging catalogue of albums on a whole host of interesting labels so you'd think he'd be struggling for ideas by now wouldn't you? Well think again, 'Summer Kling' is Schültge's most innovative and ambitious record to date, taking in a whole host of collaborative talent and distilling their influence into a bashful collision of jazz and Chicago post-rock. Many of the electronic elements present on earlier records have been pushed into the sidelines or away entirely, leaving structures closer to 'TNT'-era Tortoise than we've ever heard from the man in the past. This is however, as the title may reveal, a record about the wonders of summer, and although this year's sunny period ended about 2 months ago for us (I'm looking out on grey skies and torrential rain...) it's nice to hear some music that simply feels like you're lying back on soft grass gazing at the clouds as they pass slowly by. Simplicity and innocence has always been the key to Schültge's music and although his sound has widened in scope, none of the naivety has been lost in the process. A rich emotional heart beats through the sixteen quietly explosive tracks, driving them on through various moods and through various genres - I can hear faint nods toward Americana, indie, classical and dub in amongst the usual jazz and post rock references and combined with the sheer amount of musical instruments used makes 'Summer Kling' a rewarding and diverse experience. It hardly surprised me when I read that Schültge's main stream of influence came from Sonic Youth, The Boredoms and Gastr Del Sol, in fact the diverse and childlike pop stylings of Gastr Del Sol's Jim O'Rourke spring immediately to mind as a point of reference, he is one of those rare musicians like Frank Schültge who can make unashamedly pop-leaning music sound addictive while at the same time being innovative. One of Morr Music's finest and most unusual releases for some time now, 'Summer Kling' will serve as a timely reminder that it might be worthwhile calling in sick and buying that cheap flight to the Algarve. It's Pimms o'clock!

We have a CD copy of this great album in the Electronic Experimental section for $7.96 +hst

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Sectionals: Electronic & Experimental #1 : Luigi Archetti / Bo Wiget

In Sectionals we spotlight music we find interesting that casual browsers might overlook or be unfamiliar with. Consider these our recommendations to make your life more diversely musical. 

Luigi Archetti / Bo Wiget - Low Tide Digials III (Rune Grammofon, 2009)

review via Allmusic:

Review by  [-]

Guitarist Luigi Archetti and cellist Bo Wiget have been discreetly developing their partnership for a while and, if the first two installments in their Low Tide Digitals series were pleasant and intriguing, this third volume is downright gorgeous. The pair have hit a perfect stride between acoustic droning and noise fiddling. They don't balance acoustics and electronics, they blend them into one cohesive whole. One moment the music sounds like one of Morton Feldman's long, textural string pieces or some post-classical dirge, and the next you're thinking of experimental electronica like Pan Sonic or even Merzbow's noise blasts. And it doesn't feel like a contrast, but a natural extension of what came before. That said, most of the album weighs toward something quiet and achingly beautiful. Archetti and Wiget's music has the vibrancy of improvisations but the focus and intent of meticulous compositions, with every detail carefully placed. It's funny how, through the sober covers and lack of actual track titles (on Low Tide Digitals, Vol. 3, tracks are titled "Stück 24" through "Stück 37," carrying the sequence started in volumes one and two), Archetti and Wiget seem to be imposing a standardization of their oeuvre, while this volume clearly stands out from the first two, and each track has its own character. One of the biggest surprises of 2009; an album of stunning sensual music that moves way beyond genres and styles, trends, and approaches.

Samples can be found over at iTunes 

Auction sites list this CD between $8-20 used, we have a great used copy in the racks for $7.96 +hst

Thursday, June 12, 2014

From the racks #7: Giant Sand

Giant Giant Sand - Tucson (Fire, 2012)

Giant Sand is a band started in the early 80s by Arizonian Howe Gelb.  In it's heyday the band also featured members John Convertino and Joey Burns who later split off to form Calexico. The band has always featured a drifting desert vibe combined with a broke down punk heart and a bit of psychedelic spirit keeping things weird.  This 2012 album features a much expanded line up, thus the extra "Giant," here reviewed by Allmusic:

Review by  [-]

A careful look at the cover of the album Tucson reveals that Howe Gelb has credited his band as "Giant Giant Sand," and with the lineup expanded to 12 musicians (and another five cited as guests along with a children's chorus), it's clear Gelb wasn't afraid to think big for this project. And the scale of the ensemble suits the material; Tucson is subtitled "A Country Rock Opera," and with the 19 songs clocking in at just under 70 minutes, it certainly has an operatic scope and an impressive musical heft. In addition to a lyric sheet, Tucson includes a 20-page booklet that attempts to explain the story that ties Gelb's songs together; while the tale is full of atmosphere and telling details, the narrative is murky at best, having something to do with a drifter who frees himself from his possessions, falls in love with a woman he meets at a dancehall, and ends up in an Occupy Tucson encampment with the city's disenfranchised. If Tucson doesn't scan especially well as a story, Gelb's music connects beautifully; shifting between twangy laments, dusty desert rock & roll, stripped-down blues, confessional ballads, and lusty border-town dance rhythms, Tucson conjures up a big and very colorful world in its 19 tunes, and while Gelb's craggy but expressive voice rings through most of these songs, in true operatic form he lets others' characters take the lead from time to time, and Lonna Kelley, Brian Lopez, and Gabriel Sullivan make the most of the spots here, enhancing the changing moods and flavors of this album. Recorded at studios in four different countries, Tucson is a widescreen epic by the frequently shambolic standards of Giant Sand's work, and the effort pays off -- this is an absorbing and engaging album that shows Howe Gelb's vision to its best advantage.

Various auction sites list this record for a wide variety of prices between $30-40... we have a Very Good (our top rating) vinyl copy currently priced at $17.99 in the racks.  

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

From the Racks #6: Fucked Up

Fucked Up - David's Town, 11 Original Hits from Byrdesdale Spa, UK! (Matador, 2011)  

 info via Audiosoft:
In a post on their Looking For Gold blog, the band announces plans for the release of the fake comp David's Town, which collects the work of 11 fake bands from the fake town of Byrdesdale Spa: "We decided instead of recording any new music, why don't we just release this compilation album from 1977 we'd been sitting on since from before we were all born? We found like 750 copies of this great comp so we're gonna just use that." That seems to imply that David's Town will be limited to 750 copies, so show up at your local independent record store bright and early.

Fucked Up - Do You Feed? (Official Video) from Lance Ludwig on Vimeo.

Various auction sites list this record for a wide variety of prices between $12-40... we have a Very Good (our top rating) vinyl copy currently priced at $16.99 in the racks. 

Thursday, May 29, 2014

From the Racks #5: Ex-Cocaine

Ex-Cocaine - Esta Guerra (Siltbreeze, 2007) 
Release info via Outer Space Gamelan:
I've been on a mini Brian Ramirez kick lately: the fantastic Universal Indians "Monster Approach" LP and this year's Poor School "Voor Niets in Zijn" disc. Why not top it all off with the new Ex-Cocaine record, brought to the world by a label called Siltbreeze. Whole lotta morra Ramirez acion in the pipeline - a quick view of the Killertree website sees Plants, Ramirez/Pete Nolan, Ex-Cocaine/Yellow Swans and Poor School/Swords & Sandels epherma en route. What a time to be alive in '85.
If you somehow managed to miss out on Ex-Cocaine till now, here's a quick rundown: Brian Ramirez and Michael Casler are the duo behind the name and both utilize vocals, guitars, and percussion to stir up "plundering stoner folk jams" though they've been branching out from that a bit in recent days. Really, this was all documented on the "Keep America Mellow" LP, a Heavy Tapes release, and the just-out GHQ/Ex-Cocaine split 7", so you've not no excuse not to be knowing at this juncture. Despite being all new (to my knowledge) material, "Esta Guerra" is a pretty good overview of the ground they've dragged their feet over since they were birthed while offering up some new surprisings hinting at still more radness to come. Three pretty diverse songs occupy the first side of the record. The first, "The Warning", is similar to their side of the GHQ split - totally inept free-percussion sledging, beaten out by hand and stix in lo-fi, basement-tech glory, Bennink and Graves by way of Black Flag, blood is singing, you know. "Sun Before Arises" treads the turf of "America" w/ a woozy, discordant psych/folk wash, gorgeously rendered in sun-stained early morning laziness with the title being chanted in rather charming fashion - slots in fine alongside your Golden Calves Money Band, your Davenport, your Tower Recordings, etc., but with a bent that's all Ex-Cocaine and no one but. "The Tempest", finally, is a scowling square-off between Ramirez and Casler, one on guitar and the other on bass, sending out all kinds of mangled riffs in gnarled, barbed patches. At times they sorta congeal into shaky rhythms, but they collapse into sludgy compost just as quickly a la Gate.

The second side features a short piece ("The Sheafman") and a longer one ("With the With the When the One"). Both deal in sub-angelic guitar riffing, bruised harmonies, and wasted vocals - "The Sheafman" is a guitar-led sermon bolstered by tabla-style percussion while "With the..." is a colossal excursion in 60's psych riff carvings and 80's Xpressway/Shock junk rock moves, thick and hazy Rallizes vibes all over this one, albeit slower, methodic, and more fucked up. It embodies pretty well the general Ex-Cocaine ethos of lying out in the sun stoned out of your head with sweat and beer leaking out of every pore - sun blindness music indeed.

Overall - overall! - it's all pretty great slosh rock fro a couple of undisputed champeens though I think I still prefer the "America" LP. Hardly a fair comparison since "America"'s had plenty of time to settle and this one's the new kid that I have to spend more time with before I Really Get to Know It but shit, you can't go wrong with any of the Ramirez/Killertree filth in my book. Get to scopin'.


Various auction sites list this record for a wide variety of prices between $5-20... we have a Very Good vinyl copy currently priced at $11.99 in the racks. 

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Second Chances

Twenty titles in our Used CD New Arrivals that should be in your collection (If they aren't already)

  1. Air - Moon Safari
  2. Horace Andy - Roots 
  3. Jill Barber - Chansons
  4. David Bowie - Scary Monsters
  5. A Certain Ratio - Early
  6. Constantines - Shine a Light
  7. Cousins - Out of Town
  8. Nick Drake - Way to Blue
  9. Bob Dylan - Another Side of...
  10. Fuck Buttons - Slow Focus
  11. Godflesh - Slavestate
  12. Here We Go Magic - Pigeons
  13. Parts & Labor - Receivers
  14. Archer Prewitt - Three
  15. Purity Ring - Shiners
  16. She & Him - Vol. 3
  17. Sun Ra - Lanquidity
  18. M Ward - End of Amnesia
  19. Whitehorse - Fate of the World
  20. Yamantaka//Sonic Titan - YT//ST

Friday, May 23, 2014

Led Zeppelin reissues delayed

News from Warner today is that the reissues of the first three Led Zeppelin, slated for a June 3rd released date, will be pushed back by about two weeks due to "global production issues."

On the plus side if any of you want copies this extends the time you have to special order them.  The store will be stocking the regular edition vinyl versions of the albums, each will retail for around $27 + tax.  The deluxe versions (3LP for I, 2LP for II and II) will be between $56 - $45 each and the super deluxe (all LPs + CDs and bonus ephemera for each album) will be around $175 for each of the three releases.  The deluxe and super deluxe are available as special orders only.

Act now for your stairway to vinyl.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

From the racks #4: Dynamic Superiors

DYNAMIC SUPERIORS - Give and Take (Motown, 1977) 


Artist Biography by

This Washington, D.C., quintet signed with Motown in the early '70s and found limited success on the soul charts. Though not as vocally dynamic as the Temptations or the Four Tops, they were excellent showmen with energetic and inventive choreography. They were also unique in that they sported a gay lead singer who often did his shows in drag.

Various auction sites list this record for a wide variety of prices between $1-20... we have a Good+ vinyl copy currently priced at $5.99 in the racks. 

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

From the Racks #3: Classix Nouveaux

CLASSIX NOUVEAUX - S/T (Liberty, 1981)

Artist Biography by

Classix Nouveaux was one of the first new romantic acts in England. Although Classix Nouveaux's more guitar-heavy sound separated them from the mostly synthetic rhythms of Japan and Ultravox, the group's appetite for stylish fashion and danceable keyboards had them quickly associated with the new romantic movement. Formed in 1979 with Sal Solo (vocals), Mik Sweeney (bass), BP Hurding (drums), and Jak Airport (guitar), Classix Nouveaux originated in the punk underground, namely from the ashes of the controversial X-Ray Spex. After banshee wailer Poly Styrene departed from X-Ray Spex, the remaining members held auditions for a replacement singer. Solo won the approval of a few of Styrene's former bandmates, and they debuted at the Music Machine on August 1979. Airport left the group before they even recorded their first single; he was replaced by Gary Steadman. In 1981, Classix Nouveaux released "Guilty," their most well-known track; "Guilty" was a Top-20 hit in Sweden, and the video received airplay on MTV. A year later, the single "Is It a Dream" reached number 13 on the U.K. charts. Despite successful tours in Yugoslavia, Finland, and Poland, none of Classix Nouveaux's three albums truly catapulted them from cult status in Britain or America. The band split up in 1985, and Solo started recording Christian music.

Various auction sites list this record for between $4-15... we have a VG vinyl copy currently priced at $6.99 in the racks.

Friday, May 02, 2014

From the Racks #2: Bosnian Rainbows

BOSNIAN RAINBOWS - S/T (Sargent House, 2013)

Review by via All Music

With hopes of putting together a more collaborative project, the spearhead behind Mars Volta, Omar Rodríguez-Lopez, put his former group to rest in 2012. Recruiting the help of his bandmate Deantoni Parks, the experimental post-rockers take a backseat to vocalist Teri Gender Bender on their 2013 ode to goth rock and new wave, Bosnian Rainbows. In fact, without prior knowledge, there is very little evidence signifying these members' involvement. Instead, their 2013 effort sounds surprisingly like the best Siouxsie and the Banshees album in years. Gender Bender flips between gentle and commanding, or between mournful and scornful, on the flip of a dime, with a dynamic voice that shares uncanny similarities to the princess of goth in both timbre and acrobatic style. The production also sounds like Tinderbox/Peepshow-era Siouxsie, trapped in a lush Wall of Sound comprised of dreamy '80s sheen and retro keyboards courtesy of Nicci Kasper. Meanwhile, the chorus-splashed guitar of Rodriguez-Lopez and tasteful, open-aired rhythms of Parks are kept simple, but the two play with a post-punk angularity that makes things edgy and on the verge of becoming sinister. The real visionary of course is Gender Bender, who plays the role of the sad-eyed dominatrix, offering up thoughtful, abstract lyrics about lost loves (and hates) in her stormy melodies. The hooks are massive, and despite sounding very true to the retro sound, there are enough modern moments embedded in the minutiae to keep the album feeling fresh and appealing to people looking for an alternative to Santigold, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, or the Knife. Without a weak song on board, Bosnian Rainbows is a daring, excellent debut that is as compelling as it is ambitious.

Various auction sites list this record for between $20-75... we have a VG copy on translucent green vinyl currently priced at $35.99 in the racks.

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

From the Racks #1: American Tears

First in a series that features releases that can be found in our used vinyl racks... titles that may not have the immediate recognition of a Led Zeppelin IV or a Beatles Abbey Road.  Some may be more obscure than others, but they should all have some appeal to the right listener.  First up is:


Artist Biography by

American Tears was a keyboard-dominated, New York-based hard rock band of the 1970s. Its leader was Mark Mangold, and its initial lineup included bassists Gary Sonny and Greg Baze and drummer Tommy Gunn. This edition made American Tears' debut album, Branded Bad, followed by their "heavy ivory" sophomore effort, Tear Gas. Failing to find an audience, Mangold reorganized, emerging with a new lineup featuring guitarist Evan Brooks, and a rhythm section of Kirk Powers and Glenn Kithcart. They made the third album Powerhouse, still without popular response.

Various auction sites list this record for between $20-25... we have a VG copy currently priced at $6.99 in the racks.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

KISS vinyl reissues! Call in the Army reservists!!!

The first in the avalanche of KISS vinyl releases is imminent.  The titles below (with the exception of Alive, which will be about $38) will retail for $29.98 + tax.  Anyone wanna make a special order?

KISS S/T (1st album)

Tyler the Creator, Wolf gets vinyl release in April

Any takers on this?  It will retail for around $45 + tax

 label release sheet:

Tyler, The Creator’s latest full-length record Wolf is going to be around on vinyl on April

15th. It’s a double LP and comes with a CD copy of the album as well. The record jacket will

feature the “cartoon” record cover while the inner sleeve will feature the alternate covers that

were used for the CD version of the album. Make sure you’re stocked up for next time he makes

HEADLINES, that troublemaker…

Monday, March 24, 2014

New Black Keys

from the Nonesuch press release:


The Black Keys new album, Turn Blue, will be released May 13 on Nonesuch Records.  Produced by Danger Mouse, Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, Turn Blue features 11 new tracks including the first single, ‘Fever’, which can now be heard at, YouTube and Soundcloud.  The single is also on sale – alone or as a free instant download with album preorders – at; the LP, CD or digital version may also be ordered as part of ticket and T-shirt bundles at the band’s site.  Digital pre-orders are available at iTunes.

The Black Keys will headline the Hangout Festival in Alabama on May 16 before embarking on an extensive European festival tour this summer. See reverse for complete track listing and tour details.

Turn Blue was recorded at Sunset Sound in Hollywood during the summer of 2013 with additional recording done at the Key Club in Benton Harbor, MI and Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound in Nashville in early 2014.  Of the new album, the band says Turn Blue could refer to:

A: Suffocation
B: Sadness
C: Numbness from extreme cold
D: A Cleveland late night TV host from the 1960s named Ghoulardi
E: All of the above

Moreover, Carney comments, “We are always trying to push ourselves when we make a record – not repeat our previous work but not abandon it either.  On this record, we let the songs breathe and explored moods, textures and sounds.  We’re excited for the world to hear Turn Blue.”

This is the eighth full-length album from the duo and follows 2011’s critically and commercially acclaimed El Camino, which is now certified RIAA Platinum.  Internationally, El Camino is Gold in Belgium, Spain, Italy and Holland; Platinum in Ireland, France and the U.K.; and double Platinum in Australia, Canada and New Zealand.  The record also resulted in three awards at the 55th annual Grammy Awards – Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song, and Best Rock Album.  The band now has a total of six Grammy Awards including three in 2010 for their breakout, RIAA Platinum album, Brothers.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Led Zeppelin reissues

Some, if not most of you, have heard the news that Rhino will be reissuing the first three Led Zeppelin studio albums early in June.  As is the way of major label marquee releases these will be available in more formats and editions and boxes and bags and bundles than is necessary... so as usual we will be stocking the basic vinyl edition which features a reproduction of the sleeve art as close to the original as possible.  If any of you want more "deluxe" versions please let us know as the date (June 3rd) approaches and we can fill your order and hearts will a whole lotta love... and riffs.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

[Expanded 17-03-14] The Vinyl Countdown 2014: Record Store Day Approaches!!!

Well the time is nearly upon us once again!  A little over a month from now the excitement for all things vinyl related (but mostly records) will possess one and all... who are taking the time to read this, at least.  RECORD STORE DAY!!!

As per usual we've tried to patch together a semi-conclusive list of what we can actually get from the various labels and distributors with indie store-exclusive releases for April 19th.  They are the very ones listed below.  As with previous years the fact that they are listed doesn't indicate that we will be ordering them... only that we CAN order them.  If there's anything that tickles your fancy and you'd like to make sure we at least take a shot at getting it in, please please please drop us a line at (Fredericton) or (Saint John) and let us know.  This doesn't constitute a special order, only a statement of intent... we'll negotiate the rest.  It's a messy affair, but we love it anyway. 

Please note that there are still a handful of labels/distros left to compile, and many titles are added right up to the last minute, so we'll try to add posts about these over the next weeks and days and hours.  But for now... here's what the what is (prices subject to change):
1975 - Live From Brixton  12"EP  $9.98
311 - 311 (2LP 180gr) LP  $42.98
311 - Evolver (2LP 180gr)  LP   $42.98
ABBA Waterloo (7" Picture Disc) Universal 7"   $19.98
AC/DC - Ballbreaker (180gr)  LP  $26.98
AC/DC - Stiff Upper Lip (180gr) LP  $26.98
Accident On The East Lancs  - Rainy City Punk Volume 2 (2LP purple vinyl)  $54.99
Adventure Club - Calling All Heroes  12"EP   $14.98
Aerosmith - Draw The Line (180gr) LP $26.98
Aerosmith - Night In The Ruts (180gr)  LP $26.98
Aerosmith - Rock In A Hard Place (180gr)      LP  $26.98
Aerosmith -Rocks (180gr)  LP  $26.98
Aillacara 2743 - s/t (Full-color sleeve w/ center die-cut hole) 7"  $18.98
Albert Ammons Boogie Woogie Stomp (12") Bluenote 12"   $14.98
Allman Brothers Band - Play All Night: Live At The Beacon Theatre 1992 (2LP)  LP  $42.98
American Authors/ Mogwli's In a Big Country/ You Make My Dreams Come True Island 7"  $9.98
Animals - The Animals (10" EP)  10"   $16.98
Arkells - Sing Motown  7"  $13.98
Atmosphere - Lake Nokomis  12"EP  $21.98
August Burns Red - Thrill Seeker (colour) LP   $21.98
Aznavour, Charles - Le Feutre Taupe (78 RPM) 10"   $9.98
Bachman & Turner - Live at Roseland Ballroom, NYC (2LP/140g)  LP  $40.98
Baez, Joan - Blessed Are  LP   $23.98
Banks Banks - The Remixes Universal 12"  $9.98
Barclay James Harvest - John Lees'             Ancient Waves EP 12"EP  $28.98
Bardo Pond - Looking For Another Place LP  $32.98
Bastille Of The Night EP EMI 10" Vinyl EP  $14.98
Bathory - Bathory (picture disc)  LP  $32.98
Bathory - Blood Fire Death (picture disc) LP  $32.98
Bathory - Hammerheart (picture disc) LP  $32.98
Bathory - The Return of Darkness (picture disc) LP  $32.98
Bathory - Twilight of the Gods (picture disc) LP  $32.98
Bathory - Under the Sign of the Black  LP  $32.98
Bayside - Time Has Come  7"  $7.98
Beauregarde - Testify (Hand numbered w/ picture sleeve) 7"  $12.98
Beltones - On Deaf Ears  LP  $24.98
Ben L'Oncle Soul - Hallelujah!  7"  $11.98
Berry, Matt - Music For Insomniacs Part IV  7"  $16.98
Betty Who - Heartbreak Dream b/w Somebody  7" $11.98
Between The Buried and Me - Colors _Live (2LP)  LP $26.98
Bis - Data Panik Etcetera  LP  $34.98
Bis/Ghosts Of Dead Airplanes - split (picture disc)  7"  $12.98
Black Angels - Clear Lake Forest (7new tracks/clear vinyl) 10"  $24.98
Black Bombaim - Saturdays And Space Travels  LP   $28.98
Black Bombaim - Saturdays And Space Travels  LP  $28.98
Black Crowes - Warpaint (3LP/white vinyl/140g) LP  $99.99
Black Milk - Glitches in the Break (2 panel jacket/white vinyl) 12"EP  $20.98
Blancmange - Livign On The Ceiling/Feel Me (remixes)  12"EP  $28.98
Bleachers - I Wanna Get Better  7"  $11.98
Bloodlet - Live on WMFU-FM (colored vinyl)  LP  $25.98
Bok Bok - Come Back to Me  LP  $19.98
Bombino - Agamgam 2004 (180g/gatefold/remastered)  LP  $39.98
Bonobo - Get Thy Bearings 10"  $18.98
Bored Games - Who Killed Colonel Mustard (remastered) LP  $27.98
Bozzio, Levin & Stevens - Black Light Syndrome (180g/colored vinyl/gatefold)  LP  $50.98
Breadwinner - Burner (re-issue first time on vinyl)  LP  $13.98
Brian Jonestown Massacre/Magic Castles – split  12"EP  $16.98
Broken Bells - Holding On for Life  12"EP  $14.98
Bruce, Jack - Fields Of Forever/Drone 7"  $15.98
Bugg, Jake - Live @ Silver Platters, Seattle, WA Jan 14, 2014  12"EP   $14.98
Built To Spill - Ultimate Alternative Wavers (2LP)  LP  $39.98
Buried Alive - The Death of Your Perfect World   LP  $18.98
Byrds - Straight For The Sun (2LP/white vinyl/140g) LP  $40.98
Cake - Vinyl Box Set (8LP/175g audiophile colored vinyl/remastered)  BOX  $214.98
Camera Shy - Jack-O-Lantern  10"  15.98
Camp Sophisto - Songs in the Praise of the Revolution  7"  $19.98
Cannibal Corpse - Evisceration Plague (PicDisc) LP  $36.98
Cannibal Corpse - Torture (PicDisc) LP  $36.98
Cardinal - Cardinal (LP+CD)  LP  $34.98
Carmen, Eric - Brand New Year (Alternate Mix) b/w Starting Over  7" $11.98
Carter Tutti - Remix Chris & Cosey  CD  $23.98
Carter, Clarence - Slip Away (2LP)  LP  $39.98
Case, Neko - Satellite Of Love  7"   $16.98    MVD6274LP     $10.49
Cash, Johnny  - With His Hot And Blue Guitar  LP  $25.98
Casket Lottery/Small Brown Bike - split   12"EP  $18.98
Centro-matic     - Redo The Stacks (2LP)  LP   $27.98
Chandler, Dillard - The End of An Old Song  LP   $26.98
Chapman, Michael - Playing Guitar The Easy Way CD  $20.98
Chapman, Michael - Playing Guitar The Easy Way LP  $32.98
Cherhal, Jeanne - Histoires De J   LP   $20.98
Childish Gambino - Because The Internet (2LP)  LP  $45.98
Chiodos - R2ME2/Let Me Get You a Towel  LP  $10.98
Chocolate Milk - Action Speaks Louder Than Words (chocolate colored vinyl/remaster ) LP  $27.98
Christophe - Live A Davout      7"  $11.98
Chvrches - Recover EP  LP  $29.98
Circa Waves Stuck In My Teeth Universal 7"  $21.98
Civil Wars - Live at Eddie's Attic  12"EP   $26.98
Close Your Eyes - Prepackaged Hope  7"  $10.98
Clutch & Lionize - Split Single  7"  $10.98
Coheed and Cambria - Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV  LP   $26.98
College - Northern Council LP  $39.98
Cooke, Sam - Ain't That Good News  LP  $20.98
Cooper, Alice - Live at Montreux 2005 (2LP/white vinyl/140g) LP  $40.98
Corduroy - London England Live LP   $24.98
Cosmetics - Olympia Plus  LP  $27.98
Creedence Clearwater Revival - The 69' Singles 10"  $18.98
Creepoid - Wet EP  12"EP  $22.98
Criolo - Duas de Cinco (white vinyl)  10"   $19.98
Crosses - Crosses Blue  LP   $14.98
Crosses - Crosses Pink  LP  $14.98
Crosses - Crosses Yellow  LP  $14.98
Cults - Upstairs At United Vol 10 (2/3/14)  LP  $17.98
Curved Air - Live Atmosphere (LP+7) LP  $39.98
Czukay, Holger - On the Way to the Peak of Normal  LP  $42.98
Daho, Etienne - L'Homme Qui Marche 7"  $11.98
Dan Croll Hello My Baby Capitol 10" Vinyl EP  $20.98
Darcys - Hymn For A Missing Girl  LP  $22.98
Dawes/Conor Oberst  - Split  7"   $10.98
DBA - Dreaming Of England            12"EP  $19.98
Dead Kennedys - Original Singles Collection (7x7" box) 7"  $105.98
Deer Tick - Eel Bowel  7"  $10.98
Destin     - Mirage   LP   $20.98
Detroit - Acoustiques  7"  $11.98
Devo - Butch Devo & The Sundance Gig (LP+DVD) LP  $39.98
Devo - Live at Max's Kansas City - November 15, 1977  LP  $29.98
Diana Dors So Little Time / It's Too Late (7") Virgin 7" Vinyl Single  $16.98
Dillinger/Trinity/Wade/Campbell/Jr. Tamlin - Five Man Army 12"EP  $16.98
Dinosaur Jr- Visitors (5x7"+book) 7"  $43.98
Disclosure Appolo 12" Vinyl Interscope 12" Vinyl Single  $9.98
Django Django - Porpoise Song 7"  $13.98
Dobson, Bonnie & Her Boys - Come On Dancing/Dancing Version  7"  $19.98
Dorau, Andreas  - Silbernes Ich (Raritaten 1981-2014)  LP  $56.98
Dot Hacker - Whatever You Want/Memory  7"  $10.98
Drive-By Truckers - Dragon Pants EP  LP $20.98
Durutti Column - Chonicle LX:XL (2CD box)  CD  $61.98
Earth Crisis - Gomorrah's Season Ends  LP   $18.98
Eddy, Duane - Moovin N' Groovin b/w Up & Down  7"   $15.98
Eddy, Duane - Rebel Rouser b/w Stalkin  7"  $15.98
Elbow Charge (7") Polydor 7" Vinyl Single $19.98
Elliott, Ramblin' Jack - Jack Elliott  LP  $20.98
Emperor - IX Equilibrium (2LP/clear vinyl/180g)  LP  $40.98
Eric B & Rakim - Paid in Full (Mini Madness: Coldcut Remix) 7"  $14.98
Eric Church The Outsiders w/ 2 bonus tracks/ poster Capitol Vinyl LP + 7" $17.98
ESG - (3LP) Dance To: the Best of ESG  LP  $85.98
Ex-Cult - Ties You Up  7"  $8.98
Exit - the Exit 7"  $19.98
Fairhorns - Doki Doki Run (colour vinyl LP+CD) LP  $29.98
Fairport Convention - From Cropredy to Portmeirion (2LP/140g) LP  $40.98
Fairport Convention - Meet on the Ledge - Live at Broughton Castle (140g) LP  $35.98
Fairport Convention - XXXV - The 35th Anniversary Album (2LP/140g) LP $40.98
Faithful, Marianne - Sister Morphine / Something Better (7")  7"  $14.98
Falconberry, Dana - Public Hi-Fi Sessions 02 LP  $27.98
Fear Of Men - Loom (colour vinyl/poster)              LP  $24.98
Feuerstack, Michael & Associates - Singer Songer (Clear Blue Vinyl) LP  $22.98
Fidenco, Nico - Emanuelle Perche' Violenza Alle Donne  LP  $39.98
Field - From Here We Go Sublime (2LP/180g/+CD)  LP  $37.98
Fishbone - Fishbone (red vinyl - remastered) LP  $34.98
Fix - 2x7" Vengeance/Jan's Rooms - signed/numbered 7"  $18.98
Fontaine, Brigitte - Crazy Horse  7"  $11.98
Forsyth, Chris & the Solar Motel Band - Solar Live 11/15/13 LP  $17.98
Foxx, John & The Maths - Interplay/The Shape Of Things (2LP)  LP  $37.98
Frank Zappa Don't Eat The Yellow Snow Zappa 7" Vinyl Single  $9.98
Full Of Hell/Psywarfare - split (colored vinyl)  LP  $25.98
Full Of Hell/Psywarfare - split (colored vinyl)  LP  $25.98
fun. - Demons On Bree  LP  $21.98
Gainsbourg, Charlotte - Hey Joe  7"  $18.98
Gauthier, Mary and Sam Baker - s/t  7" $10.98
Gilson, Jef et Malagasy - Gilson et Malagasy (4CD)  BOX  $32.98
Gilson, Jef et Malagasy - Gilson et Malagasy (5LP/download card) BOX  $144.98
Glitch Mob - Drink the Sea (2LP)+ 10" We Can Make. LP  $34.98
Gloria Jones Tainted Love Motown 7" Vinyl Single $8.98
Gojira     - The Way Of All Flesh (colour) LP  $34.98
Gonga - Black Sabbeth  12"EP  $28.98
Grace Jones Me! I Disconnect From You (12") Island 12"  $19.98
Greco, Juliette - Chante Brel  7"  $11.98
HAIM – Forever  12"EP   $13.98
Haines, Luke - Lou Reed/Jeff Starship Superhero   7"  $14.98
Half Japanese - Vol. 1: 1981-85 (3LP) LP  $88.98
Hallyday, Johnny/Eddy Mitchell - Rock N Roll Part 1   LP  $19.98
Hart, Grant  - Every Everything & Some Something (LP+DVD)  LP  $34.98
Hart, Oliver  - The Many Faces Of Oliver Hart Or: How Eye One The Write Too Think LP  $35.98
Hawklords - 25 Years EP   12"EP  $28.98
Hawkwind - Church of Hawkwind (2LP/clear vinyl/180g) LP  $40.98
Hawthorne, Mayer/ Shintaro Sakamoto - Wine Glasss Woman/ In a Phantom Mood  7"  $9.98
Hendrix, Jimi - Live At Monterey (200gr)  LP   $26.98
Hess, David - The Last House On the Left (picture disc) LP $35.98
Iero, Frank - For Jamia 7"  $10.98
Imarhan Timbuktu - Akal Warled (180g/download card) LP  $28.98
Inca Babies - Scatter EP  LP  $18.98
Inner Life / Salsoul Orchestra - John Morales Presents M&M Mixes Inner Life/ Salsoul (clear vinyl)  12"EP  $22.98
Insomnium - The Candlelight Years (7LP/180g/various colors)  BOX  66.98
Inspiral Carpets - Dung 4 + The Cow EP (LP+7") LP  $55.98
Integrity/Vegas - split (red vinyl) 7"  $16.98
J's / Sandy Barber - When Did You Stop b/ "I Think I'll Do ..  12"EP  $22.98
Jackson, Wanda - Windy City Redux  7"   $10.98
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey  - MILLIONS: Live In Denver  LP  $21.98
Jake Bugg Live @ Silver Platters, Seattle, WA Jan 14, 2014 Mercury 12" Vinyl EP  $14.98
James, Rick - You And I / Fire And Desire (7")  7"  $21.98
JB's - Food For Thought: Get On Down Edition (LP w/ 7")  LP  $42.98
Jennings, Shooter & Hierophant - The Magic/The Dare  7"
Jennings, Waylon & Shooter - Fenixon   LP  $21.98
Jennings, Waylon/Sanford Clark - Audio Recorders Archive Vol. 1  7"  $13.98
Jeremy, Ron - Understanding and Appreciating Classical Music      7"  $10.98
Jethro Tull - Live in Switzerland 2003 (3LP/clear vinyl/140g)  LP  $94.98
Jett, Joan & The Blackhearts - Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth LP  $21.98
John Martyn May You Never / May You Never Island 7" Vinyl Single  $16.98
Jones, Gloria - Tainted Love      7"   $9.98
Julie Ruin - Brightside/In The Picture 7"  $9.98
Jungle Rot - Kill On Command (colour )  LP   $18.98
Just Friends - Don't tell Me  10"   $27.98
Ka-Spel, Edward & Philippe Petit - Are You Receiving Us, Planet Earth!?  LP   $51.98
Kalinich, Stephen John - A World Of Peace Must Come  LP  $28.98
Katastophy Wife - All Kneel   LP  $34.98
Katy Perry Prism Picture Disc Universal Vinyl LP $29.98
Kaukonen, Jorma - Quah yellow vinyl)  LP  $34.98
Khruangbin - A Calf Born In Winter  7"  $9.98
Kings Of Leon - Wait for Me b/w Don't Worry (Live) 7" $11.98
Kitchens Of Distinction - Extravagance EP 10"  $25.98
Kjellvander, Christian - The Painted Bird  7"   $13.98
Kodaline - Coming Up 7"   $11.98
Kode9 & The Spaceape - Memories Of the Future (2LP yellow vinyl) LP $32.98
Kreidler/Automat - Snowblind  12"EP  $18.98
Krieg - Isolation/Transmission (orange vinyl) 7"  $14.98
Kuti, Fela-Ransome - Se E Tun De/Waka Waka  7"  $7.98
La Coka Nostra - Mind Your Business  7"  $20.98
LaMontagne, Ray - Supernova b/w Pick Up A Gun (7" w/ CDS) 7"  $11.98
Lane, Ronnie & Slim Chance - Anniversary / Ooh La La (7")  7"  $11.98
Langford, Jon & Skull Orchard - Days & Nights  7"  $10.98
Langhorne Slim & The Law – Animal 7"  $10.98
Lanham, Roy - The Spectacular Six-String EP 7"  $13.98
Last Internationale - Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Indian Blood  7"   $11.98
Lemonheads - If Only You Were Dead (2LP)  LP  $42.98
Let's Talk About Space w' Silver Apples - Luna Oscillators 7"  $12.98
Lewis, Meade 'Lux' - Melancholy (12")  12"EP  $14.98
Life Without Buildings - Any Other City (LP+7")  LP  $28.98
Litter - Action Woman/A Legal Matter  7"  $13.98
Little Dragon Klapp Klapp / Let Go Republic 12"  $9.98
Lorre, Inger - Snowflake  7"  $14.98
Lynch, David - The Air is on Fire  12"EP  $26.98
Lynn, Tayla - Coal Dust/I Need Some Loving  7"  $13.98
Machine Head - Killers & Kings  LP  $21.98
Mae - Destination: Beautiful (blue/gold vinyl) LP  $32.98
Mansell, Clint - In The Wall LP  $38.98
Marianne Faithful Sister Morphine / Something Better (7") Decca 7"  $14.98
Martin, Dean - Dream With Dean (180gr) LP  $26.98
Marvin Gaye & Donald Byrd Where Are We Going Motown 12"  $16.98
Mayer Hawthorne/ Shintaro Sakamoto Wine Glasss Woman/ In a Phantom Mood Republic 7"  $9.98
Mayfield, Jessica Lea - Make My Head Sing (pink cassette) CASS  $13.98
McCarty, Jim - Frontman (2LP blue 180g) (Yardbirds)  LP  $34.98
McKagan, Duff's Loaded - Sick (2LP/purple vinyl/140g) LP  $40.98
Meade Lux Lewis Melancholy (12") Bluenote 12"  $14.98
Meadownoise - It s 4:00 (+ bonus CD/deluxe fold-out sleeve/download card)  7"   $12.98
Meadownoise - It s 4:00 (+ bonus CD/deluxe fold-out sleeve/download card) 7"  $12.98
Means, Sam - Blue Jeans  7"  $12.98
Medicine - Part Time Punks Live  12"EP  $28.98
Mel (produced by Black Milk) - Burning Stones  LP  $20.98
Melt Yourself Down- Live at the New Empowering Church  LP  $25.98
Memory Band - Further Navigations  10"  $18.98
Metronomy - Love Letters  12"EP  $22.98
MGMT - Congratulations (2LP 180gr) LP  $42.98
MGMT - Oracular Spectacular (180gr) LP  $26.98
Milk N' Cookies - Not Enough Girls b/w Nots  7"  $18.98
MKTO     - Classic b/w B-Side  7"  $11.98
Moebius/Neumeier/Engler - Wohlauf (maxi version) 12"EP  $18.98
Moles - Flashbacks & Dream Sequences (2LP/2CD) LP  $44.98
Molinari, Pete - Look To the Wind/Girld Called Mine  7"  $14.98
Monch, Pharoahe - Get Down 7"  $14.98
Moons - Heart And Soul (orange vinyl)  7"  $16.98
Mor Paranoids - Circular  LP  $24.98
Morissette, Alanis - Live at Montreux 2012 (2LP/140g)  LP  $40.98
Motorhead - Motorhead (2LP/white vinyl/180g) LP  $40.98
Motorhead - What's Words Worth (180g/red vinyl) Recorded Live 1978 LP  $35.98
Mulcahy, Mark - Fathering (LP + download) LP  $29.98
Murphy, Peter - Hang Up (Dub Mix) / I'm On Your Side  7"   $10.98
Nawa - Ancient Sufi Invocations & Forgotten Songs LP  $29.98
Neon Trees Sleeping With A Friend Island 7"  $11.98
Nirvana Pennyroyal Tea (7") USM 7"  $9.98
Noisem/Occultist - split (red vinyl)  7"  $16.98
Northern Pikes - Teenland/The Things I Do For Money 7"  $13.98
Oasis - Supersonic  12"EP  $19.98
One Direction - Midnight Memories b/w Rock Me (Live)  7"
One Man Army - Dead End Stories (red vinyl) LP  $25.98
Oneohtrix Point Never - Commissions  12"EP
OutKast - Player's Ball  10"  $14.98
OutKast - Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (2LP 120gr) LP  $42.98
Pagans - What's This Shit - 1977-79  LP  $25.98
Page, Jimmy & The Black Crowes - Live At the Greek (coloured vinyl) LP  $40.98
Paisley, Doug - Growing Souls b/w Lies Lead to Lies  7"  $10.98
Papercuts - Rodrigo Amarante "Easy Sound #1” 7"  $10.98
Parker, Ray Jr. - Ghostbusters   10"  $14.98
Parquet Courts - Sunbathing Animal  7"  $9.98
Parton, Dolly - Home b/w "Blue Smoke" 7"  $11.98
Pastorius, Jaco - Modern American Music… Period! The Criteria Sessions  CD  $18.98
Pastorius, Jaco - Modern American Music… Period! The Criteria Sessions  LP  $23.98
Paul Weller Brand New Toy / Landslide (7") Universal 7"  $9.98
Perry, Katy - Prism Picture Disc  LP  $29.98
Persson, Nina - Sometimes  7"  $9.98
Phosphorescent - Song For Zula LP  $22.98
Piovani, Nicola - I Profumo Della Signora In Nero LP  $39.98
Porter, Gregory - Musical Genocide / Liquid Spirit 7"  $11.98
Power Glove - Far Cry III (Blood Dragon) 2LP OST  LP  $46.98
Presley, Elvis - I Forgot To Remember To Forget  7"  $11.98
Psychic TV - Hacienda (2LPred vinyl/ 140g) LP  $40.98
Psychic TV - Live at Thee Marquee (2LP/red vinyl/140g) LP  $40.98
Psychic TV - Thee Fabulous Feat Ov Flowering Light (2LP/red vinyl) LP  $40.98
Public Service Broadcasting - Elfstedentocht  7"  $10.98
Pussy Galore - Pussy Gold 5000  12"EP  $16.98
Radkey - 9 Lives at the 100 Club  CASS  $13.98
Rainbow - Rockplast 1995 - Black Masquerade (3LP/red vinyl/140g) LP  $97.98
Red Temple Spirits - Dancing to Restore an Eclipsed Moon (2LP) LP  $40.98
Red Temple Spirits - If Tomorrow I Were Leaving For Lhasa, I Wouldn't .. LP  $34.98
Rick James You And I / Fire And Desire (7") Motown 7"  $21.98
Ringo Deathstar - Gods Dreams (yellow vinyl)  LP  $28.98
Rizzati, Walter - 1990 I Guerrieri Del Bronx (aka Bronx Warriors)  LP  $39.98
Robotnick, Alexander - Vintage Robotnicks  LP  $29.98
Rockabye Baby - Lullaby Renditions of David Bowie (colored vinyl/dowload card)  LP  $22.98
Rodion G.A  - Misuinea Spatiala Delta (Delta Space Mission)  LP  $20.98
Roger Taylor Fun On Earth (12" Picture Disc) Virgin Vinyl LP $52.98
Ronnie Lane & Slim Chance Anniversary / Ooh La La (7") Island 7"  $11.98
Roots Radics - Scientist Meets Roots Radics (picture disc)  LP  $32.98
RPM Turntable Football - A Two-Player Game Played at 33 1/3 RPM 7"  $18.98
Rush, Bobby - Upstairs At United Vol. 11 (2/4/14) EP LP  $16.98
Ruts - Highest Energy Live  LP  $43.98
Schnauss & Mark Peters, Ulrich/Pyrolator - Remix of Rainbirds 12"EP
Screaming Trees - Last Words LP  $34.98
Section 25 - Reflection (Young Image) 7"  $13.98
Semi Precious Weapons – Aviation  LP   $25.98    3698005068     $16.99
Shampoo Boy - Nebel/Nadel 12"EP  $22.98
Sharpling & Wurster - Rock, Rot & Rule LP  $29.98
Shattered Faith - Modern Convenience (color vinyl/download code)  7" $10.98
Shooting Guns - Brotherhood of the Ram  LP  $27.98
Siriusmo & Anstam - Jaja/Muckefuck 10"  $22.98
Sky Ferreira Night Time, My Time (Picture Disc) Capitol Vinyl LP $20.98
Skylon - Skylon b/w Skylon (demo)  7"  $18.98
Snow - Memory Loss b/w Joy of Life  7"  $18.98
Sobule, Jill - Dottie's Charms LP  $27.98
Songs: Ohia - Journey On: Collected Singles  BOX $108.98
Sonic's Rendezvous Band - City Slang/Electrophoniic Tonic  7"  $13.98
Sonics/Mudhoney - Bad Betty/I Like It Small  7"  $9.98
Souleyman, Omar - Jazeera Nights: Folk & Pop Sounds of Syria  LP  $28.98
Soundgarden Superunknown: The Singles (5 x 10" Singles) Universal 10"  $40.98
soundtrack  - Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game  LP   $21.98
soundtrack - The Muppets Movie  LP  $25.98
Soundtrack - Ultimate Pink Panther (pink vinyl)  LP $26.98
Spacemen 3 - Translucent Flashbacks: (3LP) the 12" singles  LP  $89.98
Spades - Live From The Narrows  7"   $9.98
Spanish Gold - Out On The Street  7"   $10.98
Spector, Ronnie & The E Street Band - Say Goodbye To Hollywood b/w Baby Please Don't Go 7"   $11.98
spencer, jon/Blues Explosion - She's On It  12"EP  $10.98
Spoon             - Love Ways EP (10tracks)  LP  $13.98
Springsteen, Bruce - American Beauty 10"  $14.98
Standells - Dirty Water/Twitchin'    7"  $13.98
Stanton, Harry Dean - Partly Fiction 7"  $13.98
Status Quo - Pictures - Live in Switzerland (2LP/white vinyl/140g)  LP  $40.98
Status Quo Tokyo Quo Mercury Vinyl LP $21.98
Strife - In This Defiance  LP  $18.98
String Driven Thing - Steeple Claydon LP  $43.98
Strypes  - 4 Track Mind  12"EP  $13.98
Sumney, Moses - Scratch the Surface/Forlorn Fantasy  7"  $13.98
Sun Ra - Outer Spaceways Incorporated  LP  $29.98
Sunny Day Real Estate + Circa Survive - Lipton Witch/Bad Heart (marooned color vinyl) 7"  $13.98
Sunrays - Our Leader/Won't You Tell Me 7"  $13.98
Surfer Blood - Pythons (original demos)  LP  $20.98
Tame Impala Tame Impala Live Versions Interscope 12"  $17.98
Teardo, Teho & Blixa Bargeld - Spring!  LP  $34.98
Teeth Of The Sea - A Field in England: Re-Imagined (red vinyl) LP $37.98
Tellier, Sebastien - L'Incroyable Verite (180g/Deluxe)  LP  $42.98
Testament - Live in London (2LP/red vinyl/180g) LP  $40.98
The 1975 Live From Brixton Interscope 12"  $9.98
The Strypes 4 Track Mind Virgin 12"  $13.98
The The – Giant  12"EP  $14.98
Thievery Corporation - Untitled  7"  $9.98
Thing - Boot EP  7"  $20.98
Thornton, Big Mama - Sassy Mama!  LP  $20.98
Throwing Snow - Mosaic VIPs  12"EP  $20.98
True Widow - True Widow (cream color vinyl)  LP  $54.98
UK Subs - Left For Dead (2LP/blue vinyl/140g) LP  $40.98
Ukrainians The - Never Mind The Cossacks  LP  $34.98
UN - UN Or U Out LP  $32.98
V/A  - New Heavy Sounds Volume 3  LP  $24.98
V/A - Bob Dylan and the Basement Tapes Influences (2LP/140g) LP  $40.98
V/A - Dance Mania: Revival Traxx 12"EP  $18.98
v/a - Def Jam 2014 12"EP  $20.98
V/A - DJ Andy Smith s Jam Up Twist U.S.A. (7 x 7") BOX  $75.98
V/A - Dunedin Double (2LP)  LP  $32.98
V/A - Ed Banger Classics (5 x 10" Box)  BOX   $88.98
V/A - Electroconvulsive Therapy Vol. 2 LP  $29.98
V/A - In Utero, In Tribute, In Entirety  LP $28.98
V/A - Live From High Fidelity: Best Of The Podcast Performance  LP  $23.98
V/A - Newport Folk Festival - 1963, Evening Concerts V.1  LP  $20.98
V/A - Non Violent Femmes   LP $20.98
V/A - Pop Yeh Yeh - Psychedelic Rock From Singapore and Ma Vol.1 (2LP)  LP  $40.98
V/A - South Side Story  LP  $24.98
V/A - South Side Story CD  $18.98
V/A - Sun Records Vol. 1 - curated by RSD LP  $14.98
V/A - Taang! Records: The First 10 Singles (10 x 7" w/ CD) BOX  $90.98
V/A - The Rough Guide to Latin Rare Groove Vol.1 (180g/with download) LP  $27.98
V/A - The Rough Guide to Psychedelic Bollywood (180g/with dowload card) LP  $27.98
V/A - The Rough Guide to the Music of Mali (180g/with download card) LP  $27.98
V/A - The Rough Guide to Voodoo (180g/with download card) LP  $27.98
v/a - The Space Project   LP  $21.98
v/a - The Space Project  7"   $38.98
v/a - The Space Project  CD  $16.98
V/A - Todo Muere Vol. 4  12"EP  $27.98
V/A - William Onyeabor - What? (2 x 12") LP  $32.98
Van Vliet, Don - Son Of Dustsucker (the Roger Eagle tapes) LP  $43.98
Vetiver - EDJ "Easy Sound #2" 7"  $10.98
Vitamin String Quartet - VSQ Performs Weezer's Pinkerton  LP  $22.98
Vogel/T.Raumschmiere, Christian - Lost in the Chase/Dampfer 10"  $22.98
Walker, Butch - End Of The World(One More Time)/Battle vs. War 10"  $12.98
Watson, Doc - Southbound     Country  LP  $20.98     5707921312     $12.99
Watt, Mike & Il Sogno Del Marinaio - Mud Puddle/We Come To Learn 7"  $10.98
Wedding Present - EP 4 (clear vinyl) 10"  $18.98
Wednesday 13 - Calling All Corpses LP  $34.98
Wednesday 13 - Dixie Dead LP  $34.98
Weller, Paul - Brand New Toy / Landslide (7")  7"   $9.98
Whirlwind Heat - Do Rabbits Wonder (12 different colours)  LP  $25.98
White Denim - A Place to Start 7"  $7.98
White Mystery - Dubble Dragon (2LP)  LP  $39.98
Williams, Hank - The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 EP 10"  $20.98
Williamson, James/Carolyn Wonderland - Open Up And Bleed (feat. Stooges)  7"  $9.98
Wills, Bob & His Texas Playboys - Transrciptions    LP $39.98
Winter, Johnny - Live Bootleg Special Editon (white vinyl)  LP  $37.98
Wrangler - L.A. Spark  LP  $24.98
Wray, Link - Slinky/Rendezvous  7"  $13.98
Wreckless Eric - Le Beat Group  LP  $29.98
Xiu Xiu - (2LP+CD) Best Of:There Is No Right..  LP  $52.98
Yardbirds - Sounds I Heard (LP+7")  LP  $37.98
Young Jessie - Don't Happen No More LP  $37.98
Zappa, Frank - Don't Eat The Yellow Snow 7" $9.98
Zoumbas, Alexis - A Lament For Epirus, 1926-1928 LP  $32.98