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Children of Alice – Children Of Alice

Broadcast’s James Cargill, and frequent collaborators Roj Stevens and Julian House (Ghost Box Records, The Focus Group) present the debut album of their collaborative project Children Of Alice, originally realised over a series of compilations and a split cassette for the Folklore Tapes imprint, here made widely available for the very first time.

Children Of Alice

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David Keenan – This is Memorial Device: An Hallucinated Oral History of the Post-Punk Music Scene in Airdrie, Coatbridge and Environs 1978-1986

David Keenan's highly anticipated This Is Memorial Device finally hits the shelves.

This is Memorial Device: An Hallucinated Oral History of the Post-Punk Music Scene in Airdrie, Coatbridge and Environs 1978-1986

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Bleep Merchandise – Bleep T-shirt White

Bleep T-shirt in white.

Bleep logo on left chest. Signal Chain 001 design by Jack Featherstone on reverse.

Bleep T-shirt White

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Various Artists – Outro Tempo: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1978-1992

Utterly flooring compilation of electronic and contemporary music from Brazil recorded between 1978-1992.

Outro Tempo: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1978-1992

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Kingdom – Tears in the Club

Fade to Mind don Kingdom gives us his first solo album ever, seven full years after his That Mystic EP. Eleven tracks spanning abstract trap beats (Tears in the Club) to prime time radio station r&b (Nothin’ feat. Syd). The catchy vocals on Nothin’ are taken to another level with a Baltimore style club mix that can be found right at the end of the LP, a testament to Kingdom’s affectation for music rooted in the dance floor. It’s a formula that works, and with this debut album Ezra Rubin shows there is still more to come.

Tears in the Club
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