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Stereolab

Aluminum Tunes [Switched On Volume 3] (2023 reissue)

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A black vinyl version of the remastered compilation of Stereolab singles and rarities first issued in 1998.
Ryuichi Sakamoto

Music For Film (2023 repress)

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In a 30 year plus career since then he has worked with the cream of film directors including Bernardo Bertolucci (The Last Emperor), Brian De Palma (Snake Eyes)...
Nothing Or Something To Die For

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  1. satan marriage
  2. the mould
  3. everything to die for
  4. donna like parasites
  5. the rules of what an earthling can be
  6. please be okay (feat. Miss Grit)
  7. telephone congee i
  8. speak up sponge
  9. what’s the password baby bird?
  10. hopefulness hopefulness
  11. telephone congee ii
  12. sparky (feat. lei e)
  13. in the dot (feat. Pickle Darling)
  14. cool as a cucumber
  15. 扮豬食老虎

mui zyu

Nothing Or Something To Die For

Father/Daughter
  • limited glow in the dark lp

    Released: 24th May 2024

    £23.99
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  • cd

    Released: 24th May 2024

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  • very limited glow in the dark lp + *signed print*

    Released: 24th May 2024

    £23.99
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Wondrously juxtaposing uplifting vocal melodies with somber, pessimistic-even, lyriciscm yet the dream pop swirl from which 'Nothing or Something' radiates is so infectious that it ends up bleeding into Zyu's vocals, filling them with an optimism which matches the sparkling sounds.

The sonic world of 'nothing or something to die for' encapsulates both the fleeting tranquility of serenity and the dissonance in chasing it. After all, our reality can change in an instant! Sonically, this continues the perfect balance of off-kilter and uneasy modalities, but with a soft intimacy that feels warm. They have brought back some of the unique traditional Chinese instrumentation that was so grabbing from the first album, and encapsulates both the fleeting tranquility of serenity and the dissonance in chasing it. Like the psychedelic tones of Ryuichi Sakamoto’s Thousand Knives, the urgent techno-pop of Miharu Koshi’s Parallelisme or the eerie wanderings of Angelo Badalamenti’s work for Twin Peaks, nothing or something to die for expertly toes the line between disorder and clarity.

For fans of Julee Cruise, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Stereolab