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Paul Bley – Paul Bley Synthesizer Show
Blue Note All-Stars – Our Point of View
David Bowie – A New Career In Town
David Crosby – Sky Trails
Depeche Mode – The Best Of
Steve Earle – Jerusalem
Steve Earle – Just An American Boy
Steve Earle – Revolution Starts Now
Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Picture Disc
Florist – If Blue Could Be Happiness
Green Day – Dookie
Green Day – Revolution Radio
Kaleida – Tear The Roots
King Jammy – Waterhouse  Dub
Lemon Twigs – Brothers of Destruction
Pearl Jam – Let’s Play Two-Live at Wrigley Field
Primus – Desaturating Seven
Protomartyr – Relatives in Descent
Chris Rea – Road Songs For Lovers
Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers Live At The Fonda Theatre 2015
J Roddy Walston & The Business – Destroyer of the Soft Life
Weeping Icon – Eyeball
Soundtrack – Akira by Geinnoh Yamashirogumi
Various – Now That’s What I Call Halloween


Afghan Whigs – Congregation (re-issue)
Afghan Whigs – Up In It
David Bowie – Heroes
7″ picture disc
Phoebe Bridgers – Streanger in the Alps
Camp Cope – Camp Cope
Clientele – Music For The Age of Miracles
Lee Dorsey – Ya Ya
Steve Earle – Sidetracks
Steve Earle – Transcendental Blues
Godspeed You Black Emperor – Luciferian Towers
Grandmaster Flash – The Message
Hiss Golden Messenger – Hallelujah Anyhow
Killers – Wonderful Wonderful
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Letter Full of Tears
Jon Langford – Four Lost Souls
Lords of Acid – Our Little Secret
Luna – Sentimental Education
Steve Martin – The Long-Awaited Album
The Meters – Struttin’
Metz – Strange Peace
Mogwai – Every Country’s Sun
Heavyweight 180 gram clear double vinyl
Van Morrison – Roll With The Punches
Michael Nesmith – At The BBC
Omni – Multi-Task
Mac Rebennack – In the Studio With Mack REbennack
Josh Ritter – Gathering

Ritual Howls – Their Body
Rolling Stones – Their Satanic Majesties 50th Anniversary Edition
Shout Out Louds – Ease My Mind
Limited edition white vinyl plus a flexi-single of “Angel.”
Jimmy Smith – Bashin’
Soundtrack – Wonder Woman, Rupert Gregson-Williams
Ringo Starr – Give More Love
Tricky – Ununiform
Chelsea Wolfe – His Spun
Various Artist – Wayfaring Strangers – Acid Nightmares
As the hippie movement hurdled towards its emanate demise, bad vibes infiltrated the rock world. Tainted LSD, loud motorcycles, and a series of brutal deaths spawned inspiration for guitar-wielding teenagers across the globe. Implementing deafening fuzz and satanic screams to create their proto-metal monstrosities, short-lived stoner bands pressed their lysergic experiments in microscopic quantities before blacking out entirely. Lifted from the ashes of the acid rock hell fire are 18 distorted tales of dope fiends, pill poppers, and the baddest of trips. Deluxe 2LP comes housed in a blacklight poster-style jacket, replete with flocking and lysergic neon. 24 pages documenting the creeping existential dread of the hard rock underground are tucked into the gatefold pocket alongside two dead dinosaur-heavy LPs.
Mal Waldron Mal/2
Brian Wilson – Playback

Wye Oak – Spiral/Wave Is Not The Water 7″


Actual Wolf – Faded Days
Antibalas – Where The Gods Are In Peace
Ariel Pink – Dedicated To Bobby Jameson
Chris Bell – I Am The Cosmos
Pressed on clear vinyl
Beyonce – Lemonade
Larry Campbell – Contraband Love
Shawn Colvin – A Few Small Repairs, 20th Anniversary Edition
Deer Tick – Vol. 1
Deer Tick – Vol. 2
The Doors – The Singles Box
20 7″ vinyl singles with the original A & B sides reproduces in their original sleeves and labels. Individually numbered and limited to 10,000 worldwide.
Foo Fighters – Concrete & Gold Limited double vinyl LP pressing in gatefold sleeve including digital download. 2017 release from Dave Grohl and his Foos, their first studio album in three years. “I wanted it to be the biggest sounding Foo Fighters record ever. To make a gigantic rock record but with Greg Kurstin’s sense of melody and arrangement… Motorhead’s version of Sgt. Pepper… or something like that.” So speaks Grohl of the mission statement made manifest in Foo Fighters’ ninth epic, the aptly-titled Concrete and Gold. The album was written and performed by Foo Fighters, produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters, and mixed by Darrell Thorp. Initial writing sessions only involved Grohl, who continued being in seclusion from the band, although he initially struggled, feeling “out of practice” and “creatively atrophied” due to his longer than usual break from music. After twelve or thirteen rough ideas were mapped out, he ran them by the band, who shared Grohl’s belief that he was on the right track with the material.
Funkadelic – Maggot Brain
Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton – Choir of the Mind

Wyclef Jean – Carnival III
Julia Jacklin – Eastwick / Cold Caller 7″

Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart Deluxe canvas bag vinyl LP edition of this EP containing a rare studio outtake recording of Joy Division’s 1980 post-punk classic, ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’. Joy Division formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester. Originally named Warsaw, the band consisted of singer Ian Curtis, guitarist and keyboardist Bernard Sumner, bass player Peter Hook, and drummer Stephen Morris. Formed by Sumner and Hook after the two attended a Sex Pistols gig, Joy Division soon moved beyond their punk roots to develop a sound and style that made them one of the pioneers of the late-1970s post-punk movement. As the band’s popularity grew, singer Curtis suffered from personal problems that included depression, a failing marriage, and epilepsy. He found it increasingly difficult to perform live concerts, during which he sometimes suffered seizures. In May 1980, on the eve of the band’s first American tour, Curtis committed suicide, aged 23. The band’s second and final album, Closer, was released two months later; the album and preceding single “Love Will Tear Us Apart” became the band’s highest charting releases. After Curtis’s death, the remaining members continued as New Order and achieved critical and commercial success. Although Joy Division’s career spanned less than four years, the band continues to exert an influence on a variety of subsequent artists.
Son Little – New Magic
Midnight Sister – Saturn Over Sunset
Motorhead –
Overkill Limited white vinyl LP pressing of this two track EP recorded by Lemmy, Phil Campbell and Mickey Dee. This release is packaged in a silkscreened acrylic jacket. Motörhead was formed in June 1975 by bassist, singer, and songwriter Ian Fraser Lemmy Kilmister, who was the sole constant member throughout their entire career. The band are often considered a precursor to the new wave of British heavy metal, which re-energized heavy metal in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Usually a power trio, they had particular success in the early 1980s with several successful singles in the UK Top 40 chart. The band are ranked #26 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock.
Hugh Mundell – Africa Must Be Free by 1983
Mystery Skulls – One of Us
Augustus Pablo – Africa Must Be Free By 1983 Dub
Prince – 4Ever
40 of Prince’s greatest songs on 4 LPs. The box set includes the cut “Moonbean Levels” plus exclusive photo art prints by Herb Ritts.
PVRIS – All We Know of Heaven, All We Need From Hell
Lee Ranaldo – Electric Trim
The Texas Gentlemen – TX Jelly
Big Mama Thornton – In Europe
Big Mama Thornton – The Queen At Monterrey
Trio De Kali – Ladilikan
ZZ Ward – Storm
Washer – All Aboard
Hank Williams III- Greatest Hits
Lizz Wright – Grace
Various Artists  – Devil Got My Woman, 16 Classic Blues Songs


Gregg Allman – Southern Blood
Alvvays – Antisocialites

Amen Dunes – Love
Animal Collective – Sung Tongs
Beaches – Second of Spring
Paul Bley – Improvise
Goo Goo Dolls – You Should Be Happy

Holly Cole Trio – Don’t Smoke In Bed
Deerhoof – Mountain Moves
Dream Syndicate – Complete Live At Raji’s

Dream Syndicate – How Did I Find Myself Here?
Fred Hersch – Open Book
Jack Johnson – All The Light Above It Too
Kool G Rap – Return of the Don

L.A. Witch – L.A. Witch
Jonny Lang – Signs
Little Bob & The Lollipops – Nobody But You
Living Colour – Shade

Lomelda – Thx
Louvin Brothers – First Steps
Malamanya – Malamanya

Matchbox 20 – Yourself or Someone Like You
Mazzy Star – So Tonight That I May Seee

The National – Sleep Well Beast
Mark Olson – Spokeswoman of the Bright Sun

Buck Owens – Live From Austin, TX
Paramore – After Laughter
Charlie Parr – Dog
“I have a dog, her name is Ruby but I call her Ruben, and we go for these long, crazy, chaotic walks,” said Charlie of the track’s inspiration. “Because I decided a long time ago that I get along really well with this dog, and I was taking her for walks, and she wanted to go this way, and I wanted to go that way. And then I thought, why are we going to go this way and not that way? Maybe I should be the one getting walked. Maybe I’ll learn something. So I follow the dog.”

Dog, is Parr’s most personal record yet. Its an album that focuses on emotional issues, issues of mental health and the existential examinations of life, the soul, and the purpose of life and living. Originally, Charlie had planned to record these songs stripped down and alone but at the urging of a friend, he ended up asking his most trusted collaborators to play on the record.  Experimental folk artist Jeff Mitchell, percussionist Mikkel Beckman, harmonica player Dave Hundreiser, and bassist Liz Draper, who traded her typical upright bass in for an electric at Charlie’s request, found an instant chemistry in the studio, capturing some of the tracks on the first take.
Residents – Snaky Wake
Ryuichi Sakamoto – Async
Snoop Dogg – Last Meal

Sparks – Hippopotamus Standard version and limited edition double LP picture disc version
The Waterboys – Out of All This Blue
Dwight Yoakam – Live From Austin, TX

Neil Young  – Hitchhiker Previously unreleased LP intended for the public in 1976. Produced by longtime sideman, David Briggs, Hitchhiker, contains earlier versions of songs that would appear on later releases; “Pocahontas,” “Powderfinger” and “Ride My Llama,” from Rust Never Sleeps. “Old Country Waltz,” from American Stars ‘N Bars. “Captain Kennedy” from Hawks & Doves. “Hitchhiker”  aka “Like An Inca #1” from Trans, “Campaigner” from On The Beach, “Human Highway,” from Comes A Time, plus, the previously unreleased tracks, “Hawaii” and “Give Me Strength,”  from the unreleased, Homegrown.

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