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Nala Sinephro - Space 1.8
Boards Of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children
Boards Of Canada
Music Has The Right To Children
2LP | 1998 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:1998 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Responding to popular demand, Warp Records is repressing its seminal Boards of Canada catalogue on vinyl for the first time in over five years. Each Warp reissue comes with a download code and an original BOC sticker design from the era.
Broadcast - Maida Vale Sessions Remastered Edition
Mount Kimbie - Love What Survives Black Vinyl Edition
Mount Kimbie
Love What Survives Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mount Kimbie's new album Love What Survives arrives four years since their Warp debut Cold Spring Faultless Youth. Produced mostly on just two vintage synths, a Korg MS-20 and a Korg Delta, and featuring a vast wave of friends and collaborators: Micachu, James Blake, Andrea Balency and King Krule, Love What Survives is a bold statement that takes you on a journey through a motorik post-punk landscape, a vivid dream within this singular band's newly formed sound.
Aphex Twin - Windowlicker
Aphex Twin
Windowlicker
12" | 1999 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
20,99 €*
Release:1999 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Best coverartwork ever! And the track isn't too bad as well.
Nightmares On Wax - Carboot Soul
Nightmares On Wax
Carboot Soul
2LP | 1999 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:1999 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Another NOW classic, now back in print with download code for the entire album!
Boards Of Canada - In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country
Boards Of Canada
In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country
12" | 2000 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
22,99 €*
Release:2000 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Responding to popular demand, Warp Records is repressing its seminal Boards of Canada catalogue on vinyl for the first time in over five years. Each Warp reissue comes with a download code and an original BOC sticker design from the era.
Wu-Lu - Loggerhead Light Green Vinyl Edition
Wu-Lu
Loggerhead Light Green Vinyl Edition
LP | 2022 | Original (Warp)
27,99 €*
Release:2022 / Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder shipping from 08.07.2022
Leader of the punk-rap awakening, Wu-Lu pulls inspiration from personal hardship and the underrepresented on his latest for Warp entitled 'loggerhead'. Miles Romans-Hopcraft based his artistic moniker on the Amharic word for water, “wu-ha”. True to his fluid sound and nature, he decided to change it to something that felt more liquid. He ended up with Wu-Lu, a name he has been using since 2015. His first record Ginga opened the floodgates to a career that would take him to various places, people, and genres. From breaking bones at skateparks as a teenager, to DJing as one of the original members of Touching Bass, and eventually getting signed to Warp in 2021.

As an artist, Wu-Lu seems concerned with feeling and communicating the full spectrum of human emotion. Throughout his varied discography, he touches on disparate themes and sounds, straddling a divide between blissed-out beats and grungy guitar dirges, and often mixing both into one amorphous, unclassifiable sound of his own.

On ‘'loggerhead'’, Wu-Lu hones his unique sound. On ‘Take Stage’, a despondent spoken word intro opens with sombre strings and underlying bows dragged delicately across them. Then the lights flicker to life on ‘Night Pill’, and the mosh pit with them - the bassline approaches like a hungry shark and the guitars snarl with a homemade 90s grunge energy. This grunge drawl and punk spirit is peppered with dry old-school drum sounds of classic hip-hop, with laid-back beat-oriented tracks are spread amongst those with intermittent growls, scratches, and shrieks. Sonic elements are constantly rearranged and juxtaposed throughout the album, like on ‘South’ where the fluctuating pitch of squealing guitars and screaming vocals is contrasted with the steady flow of Lex Amor.

Listening through the album you are constantly greeted with about-turns, and through the element of surprise and deft use of contrast 'loggerhead' sits at an exciting point in Wu-Lu’s genre-defying artistry.
Broadcast - Microtronics Volumes 1 & 2 Remastered Edition
Danny Brown - Atrocity Exhibition Black Vinyl Edition
Boards Of Canada - Geogaddi
Boards Of Canada
Geogaddi
3LP | 2002 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
32,99 €*
Release:2002 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Responding to popular demand, Warp Records is repressing its seminal Boards of Canada catalogue on vinyl for the first time in over five years. Each Warp reissue comes with a download code and an original BOC sticker design from the era.
Squid - Bright Green Field Apricot Vinyl Edition
Nightmares On Wax - Shout Out! To Freedom Black Vinyl Edition
Nightmares On Wax
Shout Out! To Freedom Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2021 | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2021 / Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
You know the story by now: a global pandemic hits, and your whole perspective shifts, particularly if your livelihood hangs in the balance. After a decade of non-stop gigging, Warp’s longest serving veteran George Evelyn, mastermind DJ and producer of the chameleonic Nightmares On Wax project, suddenly found himself at a standstill. Without the promise of packed venues, turntables on raised platforms and the atmosphere of magical evenings, what exactly was Nightmares On Wax?

As it happens, Shout Out! To Freedom… is the finest example of the N.O.W. experience Evelyn has produced to date, created in isolation and yet bolstered by a deep sense of collaboration. Duly informed by their own creative upheavals, the extraordinary talents of the likes of saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings, vocalist Haile Supreme and poet Sabrina Mahfouz amplify the jazz feel of Evelyn’s sound. ‘Creator Sos’ is a prime example of perfect synchronicity, a striking amalgam of languid soul and psychedelic pop, played out over a hip-hop beat. Sensual sax licks fray at the turntablist textures of ‘3D Warrior’, while the likes of ‘Breathe In’ harken back to N.O.W.’s essential tenure as part of the early trip-hop movement.

Shout Out! To Freedom… encapsulates the endless potential that can come about from stasis. It's a record that as is celebratory of N.O.W.’s past as it is determined to break from it.
Yves Tumor - Heaven To A Tortured Mind Black Vinyl Edition
Yves Tumor
Heaven To A Tortured Mind Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
26,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Just over eighteen months on from the visionary success of 2018's Safe In The Hands Of Love, Yves Tumor pushes visceral sonic boundaries with his new full-length studio album Heaven To A Tortured Mind.
In a sense, Heaven To A Tortured Mind occupies the anthemic soundworld of the androgynous underworld that was explored in Safe In The Hands Of Love. Offering up a dozen pieces of vivid avant-pop (the days when he would fill an album with painterly, semi-concrete ambiences, as he did on 2017’s Experiencing The Deposit Of Faith, appear to have passed).

Co-produced by Justin Raisen (Sky Ferreira, Ariel Pink, Charli XCX) this selection also comes off as slicker than its predecessor, less prone to rupture and seemingly more comfortable with its poppier impulses. There are even moments here which present as a kind of variation on the neo-soul sound that has been turned murky and swampy at Tumor’s mephistophelian hand. As such, along with Tumor’s disruptive contemporaries like Dean Blunt.

Heaven To A Tortured Mind finds Yves Tumor growing into his position as an outsider popstar. The result is a beautiful, forthright LP from a supremely unique talent.
Boards Of Canada - Peel Session
Autechre - Tri Repetae
Wu-Lu - Loggerhead Black Vinyl Edition
Wu-Lu
Loggerhead Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2022 | Original (Warp)
26,99 €*
Release:2022 / Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder shipping from 08.07.2022
Leader of the punk-rap awakening, Wu-Lu pulls inspiration from personal hardship and the underrepresented on his latest for Warp entitled 'loggerhead'. Miles Romans-Hopcraft based his artistic moniker on the Amharic word for water, “wu-ha”. True to his fluid sound and nature, he decided to change it to something that felt more liquid. He ended up with Wu-Lu, a name he has been using since 2015. His first record Ginga opened the floodgates to a career that would take him to various places, people, and genres. From breaking bones at skateparks as a teenager, to DJing as one of the original members of Touching Bass, and eventually getting signed to Warp in 2021.

As an artist, Wu-Lu seems concerned with feeling and communicating the full spectrum of human emotion. Throughout his varied discography, he touches on disparate themes and sounds, straddling a divide between blissed-out beats and grungy guitar dirges, and often mixing both into one amorphous, unclassifiable sound of his own.

On ‘'loggerhead'’, Wu-Lu hones his unique sound. On ‘Take Stage’, a despondent spoken word intro opens with sombre strings and underlying bows dragged delicately across them. Then the lights flicker to life on ‘Night Pill’, and the mosh pit with them - the bassline approaches like a hungry shark and the guitars snarl with a homemade 90s grunge energy. This grunge drawl and punk spirit is peppered with dry old-school drum sounds of classic hip-hop, with laid-back beat-oriented tracks are spread amongst those with intermittent growls, scratches, and shrieks. Sonic elements are constantly rearranged and juxtaposed throughout the album, like on ‘South’ where the fluctuating pitch of squealing guitars and screaming vocals is contrasted with the steady flow of Lex Amor.

Listening through the album you are constantly greeted with about-turns, and through the element of surprise and deft use of contrast 'loggerhead' sits at an exciting point in Wu-Lu’s genre-defying artistry.
Nightmares On Wax - Remixed! To Freedom
Nightmares On Wax
Remixed! To Freedom
12" | 2022 | UK | Original (Warp)
17,99 €*
Release:2022 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
One of Warp’s tenured signees, Nightmares On Wax is back yet again, only this time it's some of his fellow travellers trying on the Nightmare blend of jazz, soul, dub, and electronic styles. Seeking some refuge after a decade out on the road, the pandemic lockdown proved a unique time for a passion project of George Evelyn’s: a remix record. Teaming up with talent both young and old(er), Remixed! To Freedom… sees some brilliant takes on two tracks from 2021’s Shout Out! To Freedom…

Osunlade takes Wonder's hypnotic chorus refrain and dips us deep beneath the surface of aquatic House depths with a duo of complementary Soul/Club retakes and Tucillo shakes up the same vocals and Shabaka Hutchings timeless sax leads into a Loft ready mover. Meanwhile Mala's call to arms remix molds 3D Warrior via the bass Don's unmistakable infrasound flex, doing deadly damage by reducing the track down to the sparsest of elements and flipping wigs with nothing more than a perfectly placed percussion element and twisting and distorting Hutchings reed work into a simmering, bristling loop. Paul Woolford (aka, rave assassin Special Request) moves us into 4x4 anthem territory, with the 7min Garage House mix that would make NYC legends Masters at Work proud. All of these sandwich an extended Nightmares On Wax cut of 3D Warrior in the middle, drawing the track out further into mesmerising full capacity.
!!! - Let It Be Blue Black Vinyl Edition
!!!
Let It Be Blue Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2022 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2022 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
After two-plus decades of being dance punk’s most reliable provocateurs, !!! remain unpredictable.

The group’s ninth full-length kicks off with ‘Normal People,’ a starkly acoustic introduction where frontman Nic Offer presents an unfamiliarly restrained vocal. From here, Let It Be Blue aligns with the kind of joyously energetic dance music we’ve come to expect from !!!, ‘Normal People’ sets the necessary scene for which !!!'s multiple ideas to unfurl.

Let It Be Blue heralds itself as a “computer record” shaped by file sharing, virtual collaborating, and visions of how crowds would react in lieu of road-testing songs. Considering their reputation for soundtracking sweat-soaked dance floors, !!! didn’t seem to have a problem visualising a party over the past two years, but Let It Be Blue offers the group’s most sparse, streamlined effort to date. According to Offer, the restrictions during recording forced the band to deviate from their standard practice of “crowding everything in and trying to fit as many parts as possible” but Let It Be Blue is far from a minimalist affair. ‘A Little Bit (More)’ opens with a glitchy cavalcade of kick drums, steamrolling into a psychedelic strut on ‘Storm Around The World’ and testing out reggaeton-adjacent gestures with ‘Un Puente.’

Including a number of collaborations guest vocalists Angelica Garcia and Meah Pace as well as production from Patrick Ford, !!! set out their hopeful vision of the dancefloor, creating another infectious record in the striking world of !!!.
Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear - You Belong There Gold Vinyl Edition
Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear
You Belong There Gold Vinyl Edition
LP | 2022 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2022 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Debut solo album from songwriter and Grizzly Bear multi-instrumentalist / vocalist Daniel Rossen - even if you’re not familiar with the name you’ll likely know his voice. Trading lead vocals with bandmate Ed Droste, Rossen’s band Grizzly Bear became leaders for a late-aughts wave of Brooklyn transplants bringing their introspective bedroom pop to the masses. With a trembling delivery, Rossen and co. similarly dealt out heady, ornate songs that eventually featured in nationwide commercials and movie trailers.

That being said, Daniel Rossen hasn’t lived in Brooklyn for a number of years now. Since 2017’s Painted Ruins, Grizzly Bear have appeared to be in hibernation aside from Droste’s departure in 2020 to become a therapist. As life charged onward, Rossen decamped to Sante Fe and began reflecting a lot more on individuality. Namely, after years of being a part of a successful collective, he saw the need to define himself after the restless enthusiasm and public fanfare of his 20s and early 30s.” The result is You Belong There, Rossen’s debut solo album that sounds as reflective and searching as its title suggests.

Heralded by lead single ‘Shadow In The Frame’, the thorny twists and turns that defined Rossen’s work with Grizzly Bear return on his first solo outing, but with a new sense of urgency at the wheel. Taking up cello and woodwinds along with relearning the upright bass, Rossen assembles a jittery, yet stunning orchestra as he contends with his mortality on ‘Shadow in the Frame.’ Existential uncertainty weighs heavily on the sparser moments as found in 'You Belong There'.

The talented Daniel Rossen allows his songwriting to take centre stage, crafting an ornate album following a period of reflective self-discovery.
Autechre - LP5
Autechre
LP5
2LP | 1998 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:1998 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Autechre sound reached even deeper levels of intricate programming and layered, subtle detail on this their fifth record for Warp.
Flying Lotus - OST Yasuke (A Netflix Original Series ) Red Vinyl Edition
Flying Lotus
OST Yasuke (A Netflix Original Series ) Red Vinyl Edition
LP | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Given his noted love of anime, scoring a fantastical retelling of a 16th-century samurai warrior of African descent serving under a Japanese daimyo, must be a dream project for Flying Lotus. But, as we’ve come to expect from the man who brought us the mind-bending 2019 LP Flamagra and his own written, directed and scored full-length surrealist fever dream Kuso back in 2017, Steve Ellison is anything but predictable.

Where his recent work has ventured deep into the hitherto unexplored avant-garde reaches of contemporary electronic music, jazz and hip-hop, FlyLo’s score to renowned anime creators Studio MAPPA’s Netflix original series Yasuke — on which he also acts as story consultant and executive producer — sees FlyLo eschew his digital maximalism with rumblings of traditional instrumentation, sweeping romanticism and widescreen cinematic scope.

Broadening the canvas of show creators LeSean Thomas and Takeshi Satou’s alternative-historical Sengoku period of magic and swordplay, with a soundtrack of Morricone-style epic tones, traditional Japanese percussion instruments and West African percussion, the feudal yet futuristic world of Yasuke is summoned.

The drum-driven drama of ‘Your Armour’ and ‘Your Lord’ simmer with synth flutes, strings and koto, as the bubbling arps of ‘War Lords’ recall the cyberpunk noir of Vangelis’ Blade Runner score, while frequent collaborators Thundercat and Niki Randa, also make an appearance in this parallel universe.

Another spellbinding FlyLo release even without the stylish animations of the show, Yasuke is set to be one of Ellison’s most prized releases.
Seefeel - Succour (Redux)
Seefeel
Succour (Redux)
3LP | 1995 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
35,99 €*
Release:1995 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Just as paradigm-shifting ideas are met with some cautious scepticism when they first occur, the history of Seefeel’s second LP Succour is a little chequered. Coming in hot from the success of their 1993 debut Quique — regarded as a prophetic example of shoegaze’s eventual transformation into post-rock — a newly minted contract with Warp would prove symbolic of where the group would steer his project next. The few “rock” elements of its full-length predecessor had evaporated, and vast spaces of dub and ambient would come to inform 1995’s Succour. Skeletal rhythmic elements amalgamating into their brooding, elemental and completely singular sound.

Bookending tracks ‘Meol’ and ‘Tempean’ open up like two gaping mouths on a mottled, heavy beast of droning synthesis, laying the groundwork for the world-enveloping tones Stars of the Lid would later produce. The delicate balance of weights teeters throughout the LP, crushing up sheet metal percussion on the techno-minded ‘Fracture’ and ‘Rupt’, which both simultaneously recall Aphex Twin’s rhythmic experiments and large-scale dub textures. The latter style is heavily hinted in the third LP of mostly unreleased tracks in this expanded (Redux) edition, all delay-drenched and booming with bass.

Seefeel proselytised the limitless potential of the post-rock genre with Succour — and produced one of the 1990s’ greatest albums in the process.
Autechre - Plus
Autechre
Plus
2LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
27,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Surprise follow-up to their two weeks old Sign album.
Danny Brown - Uknowhatimsayin¿
Danny Brown
Uknowhatimsayin¿
LP | 2019 | UK | Original (Warp)
26,99 €*
Release:2019 / UK – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Danny Brown’s fifth studio LP uknowhatimsayin¿ drops at an intriguing point in the rapper’s career. After breaking out with his second album XXX, consolidating fame with the follow-up Old and then blowing the game wide open through 2016’s landmark Atrocity Exhibition, Brown’s status as king of the underground feels assured these days. The question as he surveys his domain, is; what next?

Brown’s answer is to make his most focused record yet. A svelte eleven tracks - short when compared to the sprawling opuses of his past - uknowhatimsayin¿ is a more thoughtful affair than anything Brown has previously released. Gone are the tales of all-night benders yammered with cartoonish intensity over beats that sound like an EDM rave in hell. Instead Brown comes off as considered and in control, his flows spun out with poise and eloquence.

The production here befits the changes in Brown’s delivery. While Brown has always been a great rapper, uknowhatimsayin¿ will go down as his first hip-hop record. While the instrumentals here are laced with the psychedelic potency of Atrocity Exhibition, they also rumble and slap in a manner that recalls classic 90’s boom-bap. This change in sound is unsurprising when you consider uknowhatimsayin¿’s executive producer - none other than the legendary Q-Tip.

uknowhatimsayin¿’s features list also feels carefully curated. JPEGMAFIA, heir apparent to Brown’s throne, gets in amongst it on ‘Negro Spiritual’. Unsurprisingly this new energy turns ‘Negro Spiritual’ into one of the album’s wildest tracks, a head-spinner that would have slotted easily into Atrocity Exhibition. Besides Run The Jewels and Brown schooling younger MCs on ‘3 Tearz’ the other guest spots are reserved for singers - Obongjayar turns in vocals on two tracks while Blood Orange croons softly on penultimate cut ‘Shine’.

Danny Brown is older, wiser, and possibly better than ever on new LP uknowhatimsayin¿
Nightmares On Wax - Smokers Delight
Nightmares On Wax
Smokers Delight
2LP | 1995 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:1995 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Timely reissue with digital download card for digital smoking delights!
Aphex Twin - I Care Because You Do
Aphex Twin
I Care Because You Do
2LP | 1995 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:1995 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Another Aphex Twinclassic back in print! Pressed 180 gram wax, download code included!
Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest
Grizzly Bear
Veckatimest
2LP | 2009 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2009 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Just in time for the new LP, here's the reissue on 180 gram wax!
Broadcast - Mother Is The Milky Way Remastered Edition
Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear - You Belong There Black Vinyl Edition
Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear
You Belong There Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2022 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2022 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Debut solo album from songwriter and Grizzly Bear multi-instrumentalist / vocalist Daniel Rossen - even if you’re not familiar with the name you’ll likely know his voice. Trading lead vocals with bandmate Ed Droste, Rossen’s band Grizzly Bear became leaders for a late-aughts wave of Brooklyn transplants bringing their introspective bedroom pop to the masses. With a trembling delivery, Rossen and co. similarly dealt out heady, ornate songs that eventually featured in nationwide commercials and movie trailers.

That being said, Daniel Rossen hasn’t lived in Brooklyn for a number of years now. Since 2017’s Painted Ruins, Grizzly Bear have appeared to be in hibernation aside from Droste’s departure in 2020 to become a therapist. As life charged onward, Rossen decamped to Sante Fe and began reflecting a lot more on individuality. Namely, after years of being a part of a successful collective, he saw the need to define himself after the restless enthusiasm and public fanfare of his 20s and early 30s.” The result is You Belong There, Rossen’s debut solo album that sounds as reflective and searching as its title suggests.

Heralded by lead single ‘Shadow In The Frame’, the thorny twists and turns that defined Rossen’s work with Grizzly Bear return on his first solo outing, but with a new sense of urgency at the wheel. Taking up cello and woodwinds along with relearning the upright bass, Rossen assembles a jittery, yet stunning orchestra as he contends with his mortality on ‘Shadow in the Frame.’ Existential uncertainty weighs heavily on the sparser moments as found in 'You Belong There'.

The talented Daniel Rossen allows his songwriting to take centre stage, crafting an ornate album following a period of reflective self-discovery.
Oneohtrix Point Never - Renditions Black Friday Record Store Day 2021 Edition
Oneohtrix Point Never
Renditions Black Friday Record Store Day 2021 Edition
10" | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
16,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Limitierte 10" mit Re-Interpretationen zweier Tracks aus dem letzten OPN-Album "Magic Oneohtrix Point Never" (2020), "Nothing's Special" feat. Rosalía und "Tales From The Trash Stratum" feat. Elizabeth Fraser (Cocteau Twins), im Hochglanz-Cover mit Download-Code.
Squid - Near The Westway
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House 15th Anniversary Black Vinyl Edition
Grizzly Bear
Yellow House 15th Anniversary Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Poised between the purposeful lo-fi mustiness of Horn of Plenty and the flawless indie rock mega-hit Veckatimest, Grizzly Bear came into their Warp debut Yellow House sounding like no other group in 2006. Yes, this was indie rock to challenge the genre’s zeitgeist acts — Animal Collective, The Microphones, Arcade Fire et al — as the Brooklyn group demonstrated an auto-didactic and idiosyncratic way of generating psychedelic music with laser-sharp focus and serious songwriting chops quite distinct from their peers.

Quietly experimental in its organic production and winding structure, LP opener ‘Easier’ lays out Grizzly Bear’s vast yet humble array of instruments — banjos, guitars, pianos, woodwinds, timpani-like percussion, a touch of brass — and breathes life into their little corner of the world, as spontaneous and playful as an attic jam session. Just when the group are setting themselves up as a rootsy take on The Beach Boys, a burst of Velvet Underground chugging propels the likes of ‘Knife’ to another corner of the loft, along with a surreptitiously anthemic lyrical volley of “it’s alright”. While the music of Yellow House is often dark and dusky with ghostly vocal harmonisations and discordant death rattles, we never lose sight of just how life-affirming a record this is — as it’s put in ‘Lullabye’, “chin up, cheer up”.

Yellow House is a ground zero album that went on to shape all alternative rock music in its wake — 15 years on and its deep mystery is still singularly resounding.
Yves Tumor - The Asymptotical World EP
Seefeel - (Ch-Vox) Redux
Seefeel
(Ch-Vox) Redux
2LP | 1996 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
30,99 €*
Release:1996 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If Succour was Seefeel’s departure from the cul de sac of shoegaze music to wander through the desert of abstract electronics, 1996’s (Ch-Vox) which has been out of print since its original release is the sound of a group building a civilisation in the remotest spot, revelling in their sound far away from the rest of the world, their tones arriving to us like strange signals through the air. Singular as each of Seefeel’s LPs are, (Ch-Vox) could well be their definitive statement, a compelling album fuelled by deepest mystery.

Chief among its mystique is that it’s often hard to tell what we’re hearing most of the time. The humid drones of ‘E-hix²’ could have been created using samples, guitar feedback or a string quartet. The clipped ambience of ‘Utreat (Complete)’ ambiguously suggests either a piano or a bass guitar, a grainy twang-thump which revisits the closing motif of Succour, signposting the maturation of the Seefeel project. Although, ‘maturation’ isn’t quite the right word; (Ch-Vox) is amniotic in nature, each of its tracks boiled down to elemental values, co-mingling with plentiful breathing space. ‘Hive’ gives us the first hint of a clangorous beat, rendered alien by its ambient backdrop of what sounds like the howling of wolves.

This expanded edition of (Ch-Vox) comes loaded with unreleased material on the second LP that’s just as thought-provoking, delivering an even more rounded experience for this immersive album.
Brian Eno - Small Craft On A Milk Sea
Bibio - Ambivalence Avenue
Oneohtrix Point Never - Magic Oneohtrix Point Never Black Vinyl Edition
Oneohtrix Point Never
Magic Oneohtrix Point Never Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After scoring one of the most critically acclaimed film scores of recent history Uncut Gems in 2019, artist and producer Daniel Lopatin is back with his new album Magic Oneohtrix Point Never.

Named as a reference to a misheard play on words of Boston’s Magic 106, it is a nostalgic reference to radio landscapes. Loosely structured on radio's journey from day into night, it is interspersed with digital hallucinations that appear as ghosts between the dials. Collaging together "archival recordings of various American FM station’s “format flips”, in which detourned DJ sign-offs collide with advertisements and self-help mantras to form darkly humorous reflections on American music culture."

The album’s opening ‘DRIVE TIME SUITE’ is Magic Oneohtrix Point Never’s appeal in microcosm. Curtain-raising vignette ‘Cross Talk I’ crams hypnagogic infomercial sounds and uncanny, Holly Herndon-esque vocal manipulations into a mere twenty-two seconds, its sharp aural left-turns prefiguring the FM radio-style shifts which periodically break up Magic Oneohtrix Point Never. ‘Auto & Allo’ subsequently expands this aesthetic, its halcyon electronics and twisted echoes of baroque-pop landing somewhere between Sophie and Actress. The balladic elements which lurk in ‘Auto & Allo’ are brought out further still on the following number ‘Long Road Home’, a track where Lopatin’s robotified vocals are accompanied by Caroline Polachek and set against a hyperreal chamber-pop instrumental.

Magic Oneohtrix Point Never is another thrilling, boundary-pushing record of electronic compositions from this multi-faceted artist. It amalgamates his rich history of production work, his chamber-pop songwriting of his previous albums and his earlier explorations of plunderphonics, into a record that is as much of a reference to the artist's past, as Lopatin dialling inwards into his sonic world of 0PN, creating a parallel universe for the listener to exist in, during these tumultuous times.

Artwork by Robert Beatty
Flying Lotus - Flamagra Instrumentals Limited Edition
Flying Lotus
Flamagra Instrumentals Limited Edition
2LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
35,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
This limited edition includes a slipmat.

Marking a year since the release of the landmark Flamagra, Flying Lotus aka Stephen Ellison returns with a new and intimate perspective of that epic body of work; Flamagra (Instrumentals).

Whereas the original album featured a dream cast of vocal collaborators, this time it is the masterful arrangements, electronics and musicianship at the forefront - a treasured peak under the hood of one of today’s most consistently innovative producers. Flying Lotus the bandleader bringing a nexus of generation-defining Los Angeles players into his transcendent vision. In order of appearance, Ellison himself on keys and machines, Thundercat, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Brandon Coleman, Justin Brown, Dennis Hamm, Taylor Graves, Ronald Bruner, Herbie Hancock, Deantoni Parks and Robert Glasper all contribute.

And typically for Lotus, there are surprises in store in the strictly limited edition vinyl pressing, that includes an exclusive animated zoetrope slipmat and labels by Winston Hacking and Drew Tetz in the package.
Lorenzo Senni - Scacco Matto
Lorenzo Senni
Scacco Matto
LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Lorenzo Senni has been turning heads for over a decade now. However, his star has risen greatly since the release of the exceptional 2017 single ‘XAllegroX’/‘The Shape Of Trance To Come’, a record which solidified both Senni’s ‘Pointillistic Trance’ style and his status as one of modern electronic music's most vital artists. As such, it is hugely exciting that the Italian has announced the new LP ‘Scacco Matto’, his first full-length album since 2014’s Superimpositions.

Across the eight tracks of Scacco Matto, Senni demonstrates once more that his maximalist style can be deployed to summon both club heft and depth of feeling. Rather than utilising a wide array of instrumentation, Senni selects his sounds carefully in a manner not dissimilar to early Sophie singles like ‘Bipp’. Despite not using drum machines Senni is still able to whip up rhythmic frenzies on cuts like ‘The Power Of Failing’ and ‘XBreakingEdgeX’. The latter is one of several track-titles here which shows off Senni’s humorous side (see also ‘Wasting Time Writing Lorenzo Senni Songs). This playfulness also translates into the music at times, with ‘Move in Silence (Only Speak When It’s Time to Say Checkmate)’ full of the zippy synth runs one finds in Murlo tracks.

The grandiose builds that underpinned ‘XAllegroX’ and ‘The Shape Of Trance To Come’ resurface here too. ‘Dance Tonight Revolution Tomorrow’ Appears particularly indebted to those tracks, its powerful chords swelling across seven-and-a-half minutes to summon up huge emotion in the listener. There is also great punch to Scacco Matto opener ‘Discipline Of Enthusiasm’.

Lorenzo Senni, trance’s premier deconstructionist, debuts on Warp with Scacco Matto, his first LP in six years.
Squarepusher - Be Up A Hello
Squarepusher
Be Up A Hello
LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Having spent the past few years focussing on his group Shobaleader One, Thomas Jenkinson returns to the fray under his much-loved Squarepusher guise with Be Up A Hello, Jenkinson’s first LP by that name since 2015’s Damogen Furies.

Jenkinson might have been making Squarepusher records for well over two decades now, but on the evidence of Be Up A Hello his enthusiasm for the project remains as strong as ever. Even by the maximalist, ultra-energetic standards of a typical Squarepusher album the first half of Be Up A Hello is notably bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Tracks fizz with energy here, their breakbeats careering off each other as Jenkinson spins out assertive chords. ‘Oberlove’ and ‘Hitsonu’, the two cuts which kick off the album, are among the most gleeful tunes Squarepusher has ever made, their chord progressions and synth tones practically glowing with positivity.

However, the vibe of Be Up A Hello becomes darker and more fraught as it goes on. The record’s later stages pull from the harsh, abrasive sounds of Damogen Furies. Needling acid basslines and frosty keyboards shift the vibe of Jenkinson’s drum programming here - those breakbeats, previously so ecstatic in nature, suddenly start to sound rather nervy.

Squarepusher’s first LP in four years is another masterclass in breakbeat and leftfield drum ‘n’ bass from the one born Thomas Jenkinson.
Oneohtrix Point Never - KCRW Session
Flying Lotus - Presents Infinity
Aphex Twin - Peel Session 2
Kelly Moran - Ultraviolet
Yves Tumor - Safe In The Hands Of Love
Yves Tumor
Safe In The Hands Of Love
2LP | 2018 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Yves Tumor shows the world that it's Safe In The Hands Of Love with his debut album for Warp.

Released into the wild with no fanfare or prior warning, Yves Tumor makes good on the audience following astonishing singles 'Noid', 'Licking An Orchid (feat. James K)' and 'Lifetime'. Whereas each of these showed a different side to his sound, one that arguably wasn't afraid to immerse itself in the close running interests of skinny-jeans 'n' all indie, heartfelt romantic ballads and soulful RNB bangers, Yves Tumor's seeming refusal to be creatively pigeonholed is the most vital and compelling cog within his musical identity. Walking a tightrope between being on the one hand, one of the most seductive, soulful musicians of modern times, while also being a serious aficionado of harsh n0!se, as made evident with his recent years' live sets which have become something of a legendary experience/assault for each audience that has entered into the high-intensity sound-field that his on-stage presence creates.

Safe In The Hands Of Love captures each and every side of Yves Tumor's musicianship with an elegant mix of pop numbers and more "experimental" de-constructions. With the spirit of Danish noise/synth/punk/tekno institution Posh Isolation running through the lifeblood of the music, so much so that in a perfect bonding two of the Posh Isolation crew's finest Loke Rahbek and Frederikke Hoffmeier both appear on the album in solidarity with Yves' vision. The recordings are uncharacterizable as anything other than Yves Tumor music. From the gothic cloak 'n' dagger cyberpunk punishment of 'Hope In Suffering (Escaping Oblivion & Overcoming Powerlessness)' featuring Oxhy & Puce Mary, through to the 'Economy of Freedom' produced with Croation Amor and moving along with all the sludgy heaviness of a thousand broken hearts, the feelings explored upon offer a kaleidoscopic union of classic songwriting and lobotomized sound experiments. Chapters like 'Recognizing The Enemy' and 'Licking An Orchid' capture a sense of near blissful introspective blues, sounding like Yves is rushing into the deepest moments of winter while his words that are seemingly spun out of tears, begin to freeze in the cold night air. Before 'Let The Lioness In You Flow Freely' could be the Whitehouse and Steve Albini post-rock record that never materialized back in the 1990's, while 'Recognizing The Enemy' further explores the gothic soundscape rock 'n' roll (original and authentic shades, slick back and leather jacket) of 'Noid', ensuring that his stadium-sized approach to crafting earworms is well and truly represented.

Repeatedly carving out a new path within the diamond cut musical trajectory of Klein, Dean Blunt, Radiohead, Coil and Kevin Shields, Yves Tumor's Safe In The Hands Of Love builds upon his recordings for PAN while setting the stage and informing anyone still unsure that Yves Tumor is truly one of the most visionary and singular artists of his generation.
Autechre - NTS Sessions 3
Oneohtrix Point Never - OST Good Time
Oneohtrix Point Never
OST Good Time
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
Oneohtrix Point Never follows up his recent productions for ANOHNI and FKA Twigs, with possibly his most ambitious project yet, the award-winning Good Time Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Recently scooping the best soundtrack award 2017 at Cannes, it features thirteen tracks of electronic wonderment with an incredible and utterly flooring collaboration with none other than Iggy Pop.

Having continuously strived to refine his production skill and style, for us Oneohtrix Point Never truly hit a peak with his 2015 album Garden Of Delete, by crossing left of centre pop notions with a level of electronic futurism that vastly outweighed all his peers, he crafted a record that sounded fresher than anything that had come before, one that also offered up a refreshed new sound pallette. Yet for our money, on the Good Time Original Motion Picture Soundtrack OPN has truly outdone himself once again, and in doing so has created a record so stunning and visually rich that it is sure to see him taking his much deserved place within the highest ranking levels of modern soundtrack composers. By working outside the parameters of the mainstream, OPN's Good Time Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is a world-renowned classic in the making and one that is sure to take pride of place alongside Mica Levi's Under The Skin, Vangelis' Blade Runner, Angelo Badalamenti's Twin Peaks and everything Ennio Morricone has ever done as an all-time classic, and one of the very best moments in the history of cinema soundtracking.

We won't give the game away just yet, but trust us when we say this is one of the year's most special records.
Clark - Death Peak
Clark
Death Peak
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Warp)
30,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Death Peak cements Clark as one of the most innovative and singular artists to ever release a record on Warp, much like those that lay the foundations before; Aphex, Plaid, Autechre & Nightmares On Wax through to the subsequent new wave of ahead of their time and all those around artists, Lorenzo Senni, Hudson Mohawke, Kelela & Evian Christ. Death Peak finds Clark in the middle, one foot in the label's historic glories and one foot in the rave. A true pioneer the hypnotic groove, and constantly yet carefully constructing sounds that will lay down the blueprint for the future.
Autechre - Amber
Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy
Aphex Twin
Come To Daddy
12" | 1997 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
20,99 €*
Release:1997 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Classic Aphex Twin 12" with four nice mixes!
Battles - Mirrored
Battles
Mirrored
2LP | 2007 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2007 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
2LP with download code and poster!
Broadcast & The Focus Group - Investigate Witch Cults Of The Radio Age
Broadcast - Tender Buttons
Broadcast - The Noise Made By People
Aphex Twin - Computer Controlled Acoustic Instrumentals Pt2 EP
Aphex Twin
Computer Controlled Acoustic Instrumentals Pt2 EP
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Warp)
20,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
13 tracks, that's a hell of an EP! Vinyl comes with download code!
Gravenhurst - Flashlight Seasons
Nightmares On Wax - In A Space Outta Sound
Nightmares On Wax
In A Space Outta Sound
2LP | 2006 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2006 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Another reissue slammer form Warp's Nightmares On Wax back cataloque!
Nightmares On Wax - A Word Of Science
Nightmares On Wax
A Word Of Science
2LP | 1991 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:1991 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Essential reissue incl. download code!
Flying Lotus - You're Dead!
Flying Lotus
You're Dead!
2LP | 2014 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The 5th studio album of Brainfeeder's finest Flying Lotus with features by Kendrick Lamar, Jazz legend Herbie Hancock, Snoop Dogg, Thundercat and his alter ego Captain Murphy!

Regular version on 140 gram vinyl.
Boards Of Canada - Trans Canada Highway
Boards Of Canada
Trans Canada Highway
12" | 2006 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
20,99 €*
Release:2006 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Responding to popular demand, Warp Records is repressing its seminal Boards of Canada catalogue on vinyl for the first time in over five years. Each Warp reissue comes with a download code and an original BOC sticker design from the era.
Boards Of Canada - The Campfire Headphase
Boards Of Canada
The Campfire Headphase
2LP | 2006 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
27,99 €*
Release:2006 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Responding to popular demand, Warp Records is repressing its seminal Boards of Canada catalogue on vinyl for the first time in over five years. Each Warp reissue comes with a download code and an original BOC sticker design from the era.
Oneohtrix Point Never - R Plus Seven
Boards Of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
Boards Of Canada
Tomorrow's Harvest
2LP | 2013 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Who thought this would ever happen? All new album from Michael Sandison & Marcus Eoin Sandison! Gatefold sleeve with printed inners.
Aphex Twin - Richard D. James Album
Aphex Twin
Richard D. James Album
LP | 1995 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:1995 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Another Aphex Twinclassic back in print! Pressed 180 gram wax, download code included!
Grizzly Bear - Shields
Grizzly Bear
Shields
2LP | 2012 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2012 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Grizzly's highly anticipated new one, Shiiiiiields!
Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma
Flying Lotus
Cosmogramma
2LP | 2010 | UK | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2010 / UK – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
The most anticipated … what more can we say? Double gatefold vinyl with printed innersleeves!
Flying Lotus - Los Angeles
Flying Lotus
Los Angeles
2LP | 2008 | EU | Original (Warp)
28,99 €*
Release:2008 / EU – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
The blueprint for today's growing beatscene and a must-have from 2008. Appearences from Laura Darlington, Gonjasufi, Ahu (as Dolly) and more.
Bibio - Vidiconia
Bibio
Vidiconia
12" | 2021 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
15,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Brand new EP from Bibio featuring four beautiful haunting ambient pieces, reminiscent of his acclaimed Phantom Brickworks album.
Wu-Lu - Loggerhead
Wu-Lu
Loggerhead
Tape | 2022 | Original (Warp)
16,99 €*
Release:2022 / Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder shipping from 08.07.2022
Leader of the punk-rap awakening, Wu-Lu pulls inspiration from personal hardship and the underrepresented on his latest for Warp entitled 'loggerhead'. Miles Romans-Hopcraft based his artistic moniker on the Amharic word for water, “wu-ha”. True to his fluid sound and nature, he decided to change it to something that felt more liquid. He ended up with Wu-Lu, a name he has been using since 2015. His first record Ginga opened the floodgates to a career that would take him to various places, people, and genres. From breaking bones at skateparks as a teenager, to DJing as one of the original members of Touching Bass, and eventually getting signed to Warp in 2021.

As an artist, Wu-Lu seems concerned with feeling and communicating the full spectrum of human emotion. Throughout his varied discography, he touches on disparate themes and sounds, straddling a divide between blissed-out beats and grungy guitar dirges, and often mixing both into one amorphous, unclassifiable sound of his own.

On ‘'loggerhead'’, Wu-Lu hones his unique sound. On ‘Take Stage’, a despondent spoken word intro opens with sombre strings and underlying bows dragged delicately across them. Then the lights flicker to life on ‘Night Pill’, and the mosh pit with them - the bassline approaches like a hungry shark and the guitars snarl with a homemade 90s grunge energy. This grunge drawl and punk spirit is peppered with dry old-school drum sounds of classic hip-hop, with laid-back beat-oriented tracks are spread amongst those with intermittent growls, scratches, and shrieks. Sonic elements are constantly rearranged and juxtaposed throughout the album, like on ‘South’ where the fluctuating pitch of squealing guitars and screaming vocals is contrasted with the steady flow of Lex Amor.

Listening through the album you are constantly greeted with about-turns, and through the element of surprise and deft use of contrast 'loggerhead' sits at an exciting point in Wu-Lu’s genre-defying artistry.
Autechre - Chiastic Slide
Flying Lotus - OST Yasuke (A Netflix Original Series) Black Vinyl Edition
Oneohtrix Point Never - Magic Oneohtrix Point Never Blu-Ray Audio
Oneohtrix Point Never
Magic Oneohtrix Point Never Blu-Ray Audio
DVD | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
37,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ever the innovator, the spatial audio Dolby Atmos® mixes were originally conceived and created during the original mixing period of the album last year and represent OPN’s first official exploration of immersive audio outside of his movie scores for Uncut Gems and Good Time.

Alongside the original stereo album, the Blu-ray Edition includes four bonus songs: fascinating juxtapositions between alternate takes of “Lost But Never Alone” by OPN himself and PC Music head AG Cook; and two of the most singular female voices in the last 40 years of experimental pop, the haunting rework of “Nothing’s Special” with Rosalía and the lilting dreamscape of “Tales From The Trash Stratum” with Elizabeth Fraser (Cocteau Twins).

The package also includes sixteen music videos, representing a career spanning anthology of OPN audio-visual works to date. They are directed by a staggering list of collaborators including Josh & Benny Safdie, Takeshi Murata and Nate Boyce and stars the likes of Robert Patinson, Val Kilmer, Iggy Pop and even the renowned brutalist architecture of London’s Barbican Centre. Given OPN’s unwavering curation of video talent it is unsurprising to note that his videos were afforded their own exhibition at LA’s Hammer Museum in 2016. The Blu-ray Edition finally features new artwork and animated menu by Robert Beatty.
Mira Calix - Absent Origin
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House 15th Anniversary Clear Vinyl Edition
Grizzly Bear
Yellow House 15th Anniversary Clear Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Poised between the purposeful lo-fi mustiness of Horn of Plenty and the flawless indie rock mega-hit Veckatimest, Grizzly Bear came into their Warp debut Yellow House sounding like no other group in 2006. Yes, this was indie rock to challenge the genre’s zeitgeist acts — Animal Collective, The Microphones, Arcade Fire et al — as the Brooklyn group demonstrated an auto-didactic and idiosyncratic way of generating psychedelic music with laser-sharp focus and serious songwriting chops quite distinct from their peers.

Quietly experimental in its organic production and winding structure, LP opener ‘Easier’ lays out Grizzly Bear’s vast yet humble array of instruments — banjos, guitars, pianos, woodwinds, timpani-like percussion, a touch of brass — and breathes life into their little corner of the world, as spontaneous and playful as an attic jam session. Just when the group are setting themselves up as a rootsy take on The Beach Boys, a burst of Velvet Underground chugging propels the likes of ‘Knife’ to another corner of the loft, along with a surreptitiously anthemic lyrical volley of “it’s alright”. While the music of Yellow House is often dark and dusky with ghostly vocal harmonisations and discordant death rattles, we never lose sight of just how life-affirming a record this is — as it’s put in ‘Lullabye’, “chin up, cheer up”.

Yellow House is a ground zero album that went on to shape all alternative rock music in its wake — 15 years on and its deep mystery is still singularly resounding.
Yves Tumor - The Asymptotical World Ep Limited 3x7
Bibio - Vidiconia Record Store Day 2021 Edition
Bibio
Vidiconia Record Store Day 2021 Edition
12" | 2021 (Warp)
12,79 €* 15,99 € -20%
Release:2021 /
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Brandneue EP von Bibio mit vier wundervoll bewegenden Ambient-Tracks ähnlich seines "Phantom Brickworks" Albums. Limitierte Auflage.
LoneLady - Former Things Red & Gold Vinyl Edition
LoneLady
Former Things Red & Gold Vinyl Edition
LP | 2021 | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2021 / Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Normally, an artistic shift for a creator is signalled by a withdrawal from the rat race, a monkish retreat to a simpler environment where a mind can ponder the elusive creative progress. But for artist and producer Julie Campbell aka LoneLady, the jump from Manchester’s crumbling outskirts to set up a new studio in an 18th century shooting range in central London had the inverse effect. Despite the metropolitan bustle outside, her third album Former Things comes off as an LP of isolation; without backing band and without intrusion. Remarkably, it’s also LoneLady’s most unapologetically pop-minded release to date.

The taut, acerbic skronk of Campbell’s Telecaster still scrapes Former Things with embellishments of no-wave sensibilities, but a new-found fascination with hardware, drum machines and synthesisers opens a whole new realm of possibility for the musician. ‘(There Is) No Logic’ leads the LP with a sequencer-laced, alt-disco flare, akin to an art-pop era Scritti Politti track, propelled with endless forward motion by a wiry funk spirit. The detail of each pin-sharp sample, crisp-dried digitised snare hit and squelching bass drop invokes an industrial electro edge to the likes of ‘Threats’ and ‘Terminal Ground’, as Campbell’s soul-via-punk vocal delivery brings to mind nothing less than the natural charisma of Prince and David Bowie.

Former Things boldly updates the forgotten sonics of 1980s art-pop, and LoneLady shows exactly how to make them sound brand new again.
LoneLady - Former Things Black Vinyl Edition
LoneLady
Former Things Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2021 | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2021 / Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Normally, an artistic shift for a creator is signalled by a withdrawal from the rat race, a monkish retreat to a simpler environment where a mind can ponder the elusive creative progress. But for artist and producer Julie Campbell aka LoneLady, the jump from Manchester’s crumbling outskirts to set up a new studio in an 18th century shooting range in central London had the inverse effect. Despite the metropolitan bustle outside, her third album Former Things comes off as an LP of isolation; without backing band and without intrusion. Remarkably, it’s also LoneLady’s most unapologetically pop-minded release to date.

The taut, acerbic skronk of Campbell’s Telecaster still scrapes Former Things with embellishments of no-wave sensibilities, but a new-found fascination with hardware, drum machines and synthesisers opens a whole new realm of possibility for the musician. ‘(There Is) No Logic’ leads the LP with a sequencer-laced, alt-disco flare, akin to an art-pop era Scritti Politti track, propelled with endless forward motion by a wiry funk spirit. The detail of each pin-sharp sample, crisp-dried digitised snare hit and squelching bass drop invokes an industrial electro edge to the likes of ‘Threats’ and ‘Terminal Ground’, as Campbell’s soul-via-punk vocal delivery brings to mind nothing less than the natural charisma of Prince and David Bowie.

Former Things boldly updates the forgotten sonics of 1980s art-pop, and LoneLady shows exactly how to make them sound brand new again.
Squarepusher - Feed Me Weird Things Clear Vinyl Edition
Squarepusher
Feed Me Weird Things Clear Vinyl Edition
2LP+10" | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
33,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
‘Feed Me Weird Things’ was Squarepusher’s debut album. Released on 3rd June 1996 by Rephlex Records (jointly run by Richard D James and Grant Wilson Claridge). Tom had previously released the Conumber EP (as Squarepusher) and Alroy Road Tracks (as the Duke of Harringay) on the newly formed Spymania label the year before. The album was preceded by the Squarepusher Plays EP in May of 1996 also on Rephlex. The extra tracks from this EP not on the original album made up the Japanese bonus tracks when it was released there and will be included in our reissue.

The album was a key release for Rephlex and has gone on to be regarded as one of Squarepusher’s best. It marked a time of strong influence and although they wouldn’t have used the term, led to the sub-genre of Drill n Bass.

Tom’s strong jazz influences and virtuoso bass playing come to the fore on this album setting it apart from his contemporaries.

The album including all bonus tracks has been remastered by Matt Coulton at Alchemy.

This will also be the first time the album is available on streaming services.
Squarepusher - Feed Me Weird Things Black Vinyl Edition
Squarepusher
Feed Me Weird Things Black Vinyl Edition
2LP+10" | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
37,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
‘Feed Me Weird Things’ was Squarepusher’s debut album. Released on 3rd June 1996 by Rephlex Records (jointly run by Richard D James and Grant Wilson Claridge). Tom had previously released the Conumber EP (as Squarepusher) and Alroy Road Tracks (as the Duke of Harringay) on the newly formed Spymania label the year before. The album was preceded by the Squarepusher Plays EP in May of 1996 also on Rephlex. The extra tracks from this EP not on the original album made up the Japanese bonus tracks when it was released there and will be included in our reissue.

The album was a key release for Rephlex and has gone on to be regarded as one of Squarepusher’s best. It marked a time of strong influence and although they wouldn’t have used the term, led to the sub-genre of Drill n Bass.

Tom’s strong jazz influences and virtuoso bass playing come to the fore on this album setting it apart from his contemporaries.

The album including all bonus tracks has been remastered by Matt Coulton at Alchemy.

This will also be the first time the album is available on streaming services.
Seefeel - St / Fr / Sp
Seefeel
St / Fr / Sp
2LP | 2021 | UK | Reissue (Warp)
30,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
There’s a gulf of contrasts to be heard between Seefeel’s 1993 debut Quique and its 1995 follow-up Succour. Both are searching works in their own right, two shining examples of the fertile crossover of shoegaze and electronic, but it’s clear that, somewhere in the album-to-album transition, things got darker for the project.

A growing fascination with the dystopian ends of dub and ambient are thoroughly explored on the Starethrough EP, the first of Seefeel’s recordings for Warp, a spiritual home for a group becoming increasingly jaded with their shoegaze branding. The title track alone is a striking refute of the genre tag; a great, delay-drenched creature of Jah Wobble bass marches and wordless, ghostly vocals provided by Sarah Peacock. The form would later take on an industrial tone in the whip-crack of ‘Tied’, featured on the Fracture / Tied single. ‘Spangle’, famed for featuring in Warp’s Artificial Intelligence series, stands out as the disc’s most upbeat track, its luscious vocal, oil-drum percussion and looping guitar proving to be an early high point for post-rock as well as IDM. Its rare Autechre remix counterpart turns glimmering tones upside-down, sounding more menacing and alien across its 12-minute length.

St / Fr / Sp compiles these interstitial tunes into one package, making for a brilliantly consistent full-length-style Seefeel release all its own.
Hudson Mohawke - Hudson's Heeters Volume 1
Hudson Mohawke
Hudson's Heeters Volume 1
LP | 2021 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Like many musicians in 2006, Scottish producer and DJ Ross Birchard uploaded a mixtape to some obscure forums and a now-defunct social media platform. But among the bathers of this online primordial soup, Hudson’s Heeters VOL. 1 stood out for its creator’s singular talent, a monumental force detonating the dividing wall between instrumental hip-hop and electronica, poised to instate a new movement free from either genre’s confines. Plastered across the glitched-out mania was Birchard’s audio tag: Hudson Mohawke. Warp couldn’t help but take notice, and signed him without hesitation.

HudMo has since become a go-to for hip-hop abstractions, and Hudson’s Heeters VOL. 1 is where it all started. But if the tape shows anything, it’s that his vision was always fully-formed; clipped sampled drums and swaggering synth brass blows flit in and out of measure, bringing to mind the off-grid approach of J Dilla if he’d briefly had a stint as a dubstep producer. The bombast is unparalleled, but the melodious wit in the chiming and glittering high-end textures is the ribbon that ties Hudson’s Heeters VOL. 1 together; truly, it’s the full package.

Now available on vinyl for the very first time, Hudson’s Heeters VOL. 1 is a modern classic — if not, a genre unto itself.
Squid - Bright Green Field Black Vinyl Edition
Brian Eno - Lux
Bibio - Hand Cranked
Mark Pritchard - MP Productions EP 1
Autechre - Sign
Darkstar - Civic Jams Remixes
Darkstar - Civic Jams
Darkstar
Civic Jams
LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
24,69 €* 25,99 € -5%
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
When Darkstar broke cover earlier in 2020 with the single ‘Wolf’ fans of the group wondered if the wait for a follow-up to 2015’s Foam Island LP might soon be over. Now, those suspicions have been confirmed - Civic Jams, Darkstar’s first studio album for half a decade, is upon us.

‘Wolf’ set the tone well for the rest of Civic Jams. The track’s combination of stop-start electronic grooves, frail and beautiful synths and cooing vocals are reminiscent of Cold Spring Fault Less Youth-era Mount Kimbie, and the placing of ‘Wolf’ at the centre of this record allows its influence to radiate out across the eight other tunes here.

Civic Jams is a brooding affair full of low-lit textures and quietly forceful songs. Vocals are hung at the edge of the mixes, a choice which makes them feel at once intimate and cryptic in a manner that is not dissimilar to the singing on Caribou albums. This feeling is only heightened by the nocturnal production Darkstar apply to the drums and synthesisers across Civic Jams - in the hands of other artists a cut like ‘Jam’ could be transformed into a peak-time banger, but the tender treatment Darkstar afford it imbue it with the poignancy of Jai Paul.

Darkstar’s long-awaited return is upon us - and in Civic Jams they have created a record of gorgeous aquatic nightsongs.
Bibio - Sleep On The Wing
Bibio
Sleep On The Wing
LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
25,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bibio’s new mini-LP Sleep On The Wing sees Stephen Wilkinson continuing the sonic evolution that we heard on 2019’s Ribbons LP. Indeed, this album goes even further than Ribbons did in terms of leaning into the sounds of classic folk music - whereas Ribbons often balanced folkish timbres with the electronic and ambient tones Bibio had explored on prior releases, Sleep On The Wing is a largely acoustic affair. When synthesisers and effects take centre-stage, as they do on a track like ‘Crocus’, the treatment remains light and naturalistic.

There is a sprightliness to Sleep On The Wing that is inherited from the likes of the Incredible String Band. Tracks like ‘The Milkyway Over Ratlinghope’ sparkle and soar, the multitudes of stringed instruments thronging sonorously while harmonies hover languidly above them. At other points - ‘Lightspout’ and ‘Otter Shadows’, for instance - Bibio uses found sounds and relatively lo-fi production to imbue these tracks with the orange hue of a country sunset.

Bibio uses plucked strings to provide Sleep On The Wing with a gentle rhythmic thrust. However, there are points where these sounds are draped with electronic textures to create something more complex - on ‘A Couple Swim’, a track that Wilkinson initially submitted to be used in the Studio Ghibli film The Red Turtle, guitars are flecked with delay and echo to create something that sounds like an English folk version of Steve Reich’s Electric Counterpoint.

Sleep On The Wing is a set of wistful and wonderful modern-day folk instrumentals from the evergreen Bibio.
Squarepusher - Vortrack
Squarepusher
Vortrack
12" | 2019 | UK | Original (Warp)
20,99 €*
Release:2019 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Thomas Jenkinson is feeling mischievous as ever on his new Squarepusher EP Vortrack. Containing the original tune from Jenkinson and a Fracture remix by Squarepusher himself, this is a timely reminder that there are few out there who can match Jenkinson’s production chops.

The Fracture remix of ‘Vortrack’ manages to maintain the idiosyncrasies of the original while hammering it into a more dancefloor-friendly shape. Mind you, this is hardly your typical rave anthem - beginning with a fidgeting rhythm that is constantly being cut up by chunky bass hits, there are points where this mix's restless version touches on breakcore and IDM as much as it does classic jungle.

Rather than haring out of the blocks, ‘Vortrack’ actually reveals itself rather slowly, unfurling over the course of five-and-a-half minutes. It begins in rather disorientating fashion, a lopsided melange of kicks, hi-hats and acid bass that is pitched somewhere between Syro-era Aphex Twin and the discombobulating releases of Bjarki’s bbbbbb label. Rather than coalescing into a more streamlined groove, the track remains in this jittery holding pattern throughout, becoming increasingly agitated as widescreen reverb and choppy breaks are thrown into the mix. By the four-minute mark the centre can no longer hold and ‘Vortrack’ begins to break apart, eventually collapsing into a droning digital scree. It’s strange, it’s mesmerising, and it’s very distinctly Squarepusher.

Squarepusher in a playful mood on the new Vortrack EP.
Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) - OST Uncut Gems
Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never)
OST Uncut Gems
2LP | 2019 | UK | Original (Warp)
30,99 €*
Release:2019 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Daniel Lopatin has worked on a Safdie Brothers film before - indeed, his music for 2017’s Good Time was widely heralded as one of that year’s best movie scores. As such, it makes sense that Lopatin (better-known as Oneohtrix Point Never) was brought on board by the pair once again to create the soundtrack to their new flick Uncut Gems. Now Warp have issued a standalone edition of the Uncut Gems OST.

Lopatin’s music for Uncut Gems invokes the same balance of electronic prettiness and harsh, abrasive noise that he did for Good Time. At their lushest, some of these tracks read like an updated version of the classic scoring work of Vangelis, Wendy Carlos and Angelo Badalamenti. There is an inviting dreaminess to much of Uncut Gems that comes off like a more maximalist rendering of Badalamenti’s Lynchian aesthetic - although a track such as ‘Back To Roslyn’, with its nocturnal keyboards and ethereal saxophone, is more naked with this influence.

When the noisy tracks come in here they enter with a sense of dread at their core. ‘The Fountain’, for instance, whistles and screeches in a manner that sounds like a harsh take on a Johnny Jewel composition. Elsewhere ‘School Play’ brings the noise more slyly, its breathless bleep-bloop motif tripping over itself to eventually create an unsettling soundscape.

Uncut Gems is another impressive sojourn into the world of film scoring from Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never).
TNGHT (Hudson Mohawke & Lunice) - II
TNGHT (Hudson Mohawke & Lunice)
II
12" | 2020 | UK | Original (Warp)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
You’ll probably have noticed that TNGHT, the duo formed by Hudson Mohawke and Lunice, have been pretty quiet in recent years. In fact, the duo have been on hiatus since the end of 2013. However, TNGHT have recently kicked back into gear, and after re-emerging earlier in 2019 with single ‘Serpent’ we get the first extended release from Mohawke and Lunice since 2012’s game-changing TNGHT EP.

The eight tracks of II simultaneously pick up where TNGHT left off and also advance their sound in exciting new ways. Those who fell for the group all those years back will be pleased to find that TNGHT don’t skimp on the bass and beats here. Cuts like ‘Club Finger’ and ‘Dollaz’ still feature some fever-dream melodies and drums which clatter through the speakers with the force of a rampaging herd of elephants. There’s still plenty on WAP434 that will tear up a club, warehouse party or festival mainstage.

However, there is also a sneakily experimental bent to a fair few of these cuts. The sample processing is less predictable here, with the more linear melodies of TNGHT’s previous output jettisoned for jerkier lead-lines or strangely-sliced samples. Furthermore there are some hitherto-unforeseen genre excursions which add strings to TNGHT’s bow - ‘First Body’ is an Arabesque dem-bow cut while ‘I’m In A Hole’ kind of sounds like Johnny Jewel suffering a digital overload.

TNGHT’s the night! Hudson Mohawke and Lunice have joined forces once again to serve up a new EP of manic stadium bangers.
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