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Sufjan Stevens Songs For Christmas
A collection of EPs recorded at home, most Decembers since 2001, and given to friends as Christmas cards. Traditional carols and many originals, with stickers, stories, a songbook, and a bunch of stocking fillers.



Six Organs Of Admittance Shelter From The Ash
Respite from his recent firestorms, this conjures from spellbinding acoustics and drones galore something meditative and darkly unsettling by turns. Fine vocals and shredding axe work from Elisa Ambrogio.




Spectre Folk Requiem For Ming Aralia
Great lo-fi, one-man psych-folk excursions by Pete Nolan (Magik Markers, GHQ etc): a little bit of everything, from atmospheric instrumental explorations to dark and moody sing-a-longs.





Jim O'Rourke Eureka
A masterful blend of intricate finger-picking and lush orchestral pop warm and uplifting, no doubt a surprise to Gastr Del Sol fans at the time, with a stunning re-working of Ivor Cutler's Women of the World.



Simone White I Am The Man
Soulful American folk: a gorgeous, heart-stopping mixture of the longing you get in saudade singers like Cesaria Evora and Joao Gilberto and political protest. Will Oldham's in there; so is Dionne Warwick.



Six Organs Of Admittance School Of The Flower
A masterful, hallucinatory blend of finger-picking, murmured vocals, swathes of smoky fuzz, and skittering percussion.



Lucinda Williams West
Mostly this is slow, stricken Lucinda, as moving and compelling as she gets, grieving for her mum and furious with an ex. Worth putting up with the Patti Smith impressions.




Josephine Foster A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
Lovely. Classical songs by such exemplars as Schubert and Schumann, re-imagined with heart and soul as bare, doleful folk. Just voice and electric guitar.




Lone Official Tuckassee Take
'Lovely... another gem from Nashville's underground', Word; 'one of the finest pop records ever made by a Nashville band', Nashville Scene.



Lambchop Damaged
With an extra disc, four alternates: Pre, Fear(re), Decline and Paperback Bible (With Drums). There's a song here Kurt Wagner wrote for Candi Staton's His Hands album, but we bottled out of putting it to her.