[Music] JOY DIVISION – ” Unknown Pleasures ” 40th Anniversary Red Vinyl LP — The Fat Angel Sings

Warner Music will issue a limited edition 40th anniversary version coloured vinyl edition of Joy Division‘s debut studio album “Unknown Pleasures” next month. The album will be pressed on ‘ruby red’ 180g vinyl and will come packaged in alternative artwork – a white sleeve that resembles the original Peter Saville design concept. In June 1979, […]

[Music] Various Artists – Black Pearl Records: Bosporus Bridges Vol. 3

Black Pearl deserves high praise for releasing this retrospective series on some of the wildest funk, psychedelic, beat and jazz records to come out of Turkey. The names aren’t famous, but damn it, they should be. From Black Pearl’s Bandcamp site: A wide selection of rare Turkish funk, jazz, beat and psychedelic music from the […]

[Music] Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart

The single that would make Joy Division an international phenomenon is celebrating 40 years since its creation.  It sounds as gloriously shattered today as it did then, and served as the gem in the crown of a brief but powerful catalog. Where did the time go??

[Music] Bookmat: Afro-psych ambassador: The incredible story behind one of the rarest Brazilian records of all time

Thanks to Anton Spice of The Vinyl Factory for hipping us to one of the rarest Afro-Psych albums to ever come out of Brazil, this gem by Tribo Massáhi. You can pick this up at Rush Hour Records in the Netherlands for a reasonable price, if you’re so inclined.

[Music] Edward Ka-Spel – High On Station Yellow Moon

Though I loathe that I can’t simply buy a download from Edward Ka-Spel (too many of his latest Bandcamp releases are truncated version so that you’re forced to buy a hard copy, be it vinyl or CD), that’s his prerogative. The music is up to the standards one expects from the Legendary Pink Dots‘ frontman.

[Music] One of the world’s most isolated vinyl record shops opens in Mongolia

From FACT Magazine, it seems Dund Gol Record Shop is bringing vinyl back to Ulaanbaatar. This would make one hell of a pilgrimage to head over to Mongolia in order to pick up local wares and talk shop with fellow record jockeys.