Your basket is empty


We ship worldwide. The postage rates for your order are displayed before payment, which is processed using Paypal. You can pay using your Paypal account or any of the following cards:

Pay pal credit cards

Join our mailing list
Pinch And Shackleton
The two dubstep pioneers at the top of their game. Truly an album, the music is multi-levelled dark as anything at times, but engrossingly varied and emotionally shaded, always on the move.



Lee Perry The Return Of Pipecock Jackxon
Originally released in 1980: the final work to emerge from the Black Ark studio, before its permanent destruction, crossing the soundworld of Roast Fish Collie Weed And Cornbread into new hybrids.



Theo Parrish, Burnt Friedman Meet Mancingelani And Zinja Hlungwani
TP's is an uglier-than-ugly edit, with no let-up for thirteen minutes, layered and shot with synth washes, bleeps and alarms, galloping drums, clattering percussion; Burnt's mix is more chilled, lithe, dubwise.



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.



Oni Ayhun, Anthony Shake Shakir Meet Shangaan Electro And BBC
Fiercely brilliant, slashing, whooping dance music from Oni all-original, no samples and a stonking Detroit thumper from the master.



Mark Ernestus Meets BBC
The first in our series of Shangaan homages. A metronomic, clicking beat to drive you crazy; a kind of Motorik lash dubwise, midrange; moody strings. Wry, driving, one-of-a-kind genius from the Berliner.



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.





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).



Moritz Von Oswald Trio Horizontal Structures
At its most open, shifting and expressive to date. For all the music's complexity and deep coherence, freedom is the key. At times it grooves hard; at others it's lush, romantic. With Tikiman and Marc Muellbauer.



Shackleton, King Midas Sound Deadman
Signature Shackleton paranoia flaring into dancefloor fire, gripping and rolling. With a chilled and crackling King Midas Sound, Hitomi forlorn. And finally The Bug himself, digital only, getting in your face.



Shackleton, T++, Mordant Music Fireworks
A malevolent scorcher, with Middle Eastern percussion harking back to Hamas Rule; a ravening, scrabbling T++ remix. And a new departure rich and spry, computer-unbound with a truly epic, stunning Mordant.



Moritz Von Oswald Trio, Digital Mystikz Restructure 2
Swelling out of thin air like a monstrous child of Krautrock immense, propulsive, minimal with a Mala remix which ratchets up the open-air drama and dread.



Something Is Wrong Vintage Recordings From East Africa
Thirty-five precious, stinging selections from an HMV run of more than four hundred 78s, recordings made in Uganda and Kenya from the mid-1930s till the mid-1950s.