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Trembling Bells New Year's Eve's The Loneliest Night Of The Year
A terrific, bountiful seasonal single with Bonnie Prince Billy in his cups on one side, and Mike Heron from The Incredible String Band on the other, with a Boxing Day ghost story. Beautifully sleeved, limited.



Trembling Bells The Constant Pageant
'New levels of excellence... a poetic incantation of British identity far brighter than Michael Gove's proposed GCSE history syllabus *****' (The Sunday Times). 'Magnificent ****' (The Guardian).



Trembling Bells Featuring Bonnie 'Prince' Billy The Marble Downs
'Hair-raisingly good... incandescent' (The Observer).



Trembling Bells, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Muldoon's Picnic Duchess EP
Entirely exclusive music, unique to this release, with a radiant silk-screened sleeve: four from The Marble Downs sessions with Will Oldham, a Scott Walker to start; and a side of unaccompanied folk singing.




Ricardo Villalobos - Max Loderbauer, Peverelist Meet Tshetsha Boys
A bobbing, minimal groover from the Berlin corner, dug-in and funked-up over ten minutes; and icily original, top-dog work from Pev, tethered between a kind of arrested Highlife and a Detroit breakout.




Tiyiselani Vomaseve EP
Two EPs of storming, squinty Shangaan Electro to herald the European tour of Tiyiselani, the Tshetshas and producer Dog, in the summer of 2011.



Wareika Hill Sounds One People
Full, bone-heavy horns, swirling organ and rocking nyabinghi drumming; and with a storming dub.



Wareika Hill Sounds Coconut Head
An exclusive mix, featuring the original Light Of Saba drummers; with two new instrumentals, one in a more laid-back grounation style, the other blood-and-fire; and a chant, upful and defiant.



Wareika Hill Sounds Wareika Hill Sounds
From this veteran of the Count Ossie group and The Light Of Saba 'These are my recordings from the last couple of years, blazing grounation roots reggae.'



Wareika Hill Sounds Proverbs Of Proverbs
An unexpectedly upful, shuffling, percussive rug-cutter, with the Light Of Saba veteran bringing a little go-go to the grounation, and a deft, lovely dub mixed by Moritz von Oswald.



Wareika Hill Sounds Kumina Mento Rasta
Headlong, fierce, banked rasta drumming fit to discombobulate any kind of system, with sweet, jazzy trombone riding it down, bubbling bass driving it home, and all of it classically dubwise.



Wareika Hill Sounds No More War EP
Evoking his time with Count Ossie, four new grounation furies hypnotic, thunderous, urgent, mystical with dubwise repeta, funde and bass drums embedding the Light Of Saba man's t-bone classicism.




Watch How The People Dancing Unity Sounds From The London Dancehall 1986 - 1989
Exhilarating reggae music from Stoke Newington, north east London, made by soundboys on a Casio and a drum machine, in a room over Eddie Regal's record shop.