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King Creosote’s new experimental LP based around a comic made out of glass.

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Live At Red Rocks 2020

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Red Rocks 2020 covers an amazing range of music from Rateliff’s celebrated career, music that had never been performed together live before the ill-fated ...
Bill Callahan


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Bassy croons against mesmerising, minimalist acoustic backdrops – does anyone do it better?! Bill’s created a serene work of acid folk for us to mel...
King Creosote & Jon Hopkins

Diamond Mine

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‘diamond mine’ is a unique & heartrending collaboration between scottish fence collective boss & singer king creosote & electronic talen...
Jon Hopkins

Music For Psychedelic Therapy

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Taking a different tack on this one, the techno explorer drifted into calmer climes wrought from rolling ambient pads, soothing drones & enough psilocybin t...
Bess Atwell

Already, Always

limited cream lp - £18.99
Championed by Steve Lamacq, this local lass’s extraordinary album was released by Lucy Rose’s Real Kind label.


  1. It’s Sin That’s Got Its Hold Upon Us
  2. Blue Marbled Elm Trees
  3. Burial Bleak
  4. Dust
  5. Walter de la Nightmare
  6. Susie Mullen
  7. Love is a Curse
  8. Ides
  9. Please Come Back I Will Listen I Will Behave I Will Toe The Line
  10. Drone In B# (36 mins: on cd / on download for vinyl versions)



  • limited indies only gold lp + download

    Released: 3rd Nov 2023

  • black lp + download

    Released: 3rd Nov 2023

  • 2cd w/ 12pp booklet

    Released: 3rd Nov 2023


Packed full of heartfelt musical odes to life and love, 'I des.

..' racks out his acoustic sounds with a plethora of modular 'scapes, and a broad variety of drone-making apparatus to make this glittering, sweeping epic. While the record’s kaleidoscopic musical terrain plots vibraphones, accordions, e-bows, samplers, ungulates, scratched records and wine glass-drones across its landscape, there’s common ground in the wonder of the synthesiser – not to mention Anderson’s singular voice, and his roguish, roving, ever-evolving, gorgeous songs in the key of Fife. It’s tempting to assign KC’s rekindled love for ambient and modular kicks to sublime co-conspirator Jon Hopkins (2007’s Bombshell; 2011’s Mercury Prize-shortlisted Diamond Mine), but – more directly – it’s down to seeing Nils Frahm live in Edinburgh; to an enduring fascination with loops (“because we’re always going back”); and to a book by David Stubbs. “I started listening to drones and stuff again because I read Future Days: Krautrock and the Building of Modern Germany,” he offers. The album was largely written between 2016 and 2020, but nothing is ever as simple as that: there’s something old (trees), something blue (also trees), something borrowed (home tapes and vocals from through the ages; lyrics from the distant past), and something new (KC quips that a potential title for this album was We All Got Synths for Christmas).