180gram 33rpm LPSince the 2012 release of her debut album, 'The Aviary', singer-songwriter Ana Silvera's work has garnered broad acclaim from audiences and critics alike. Her uniquely ethereal brand of alt-folk has seen her perform at SXSW, Iceland Airwaves Festival, Liverpool Royal Philharmonic and more, whilst recent collaborations include composing for Royal Ballet, duetting with Imogen Heap and singing original songs with early music consort Concerto Caledonia.
Now six-years after her last full-length record, Silvera is releases her sophomore album, ‘Oracles’.
12” 180gram 33rpm LP with exclusive Bonus 7" Single. GB1531US
This is a brand new US version of the rapturously received 2016 debut album - featuring the honey soaked harmonies and exquisite songwriting of the trio in all its glory.. with the addition of an exclusive bonus 7" single. The single contains the band's heart melting rendition of REM's 'Losing My Religion', on the A Side, backed with 'My Dear Companion', both recorded live at their sensational Union Chapel show in November 2016.
The Killing of Eugene Peeps 180gm 33rpm LP Release date: 9th October, 2020 A soundtrack to an imagined film... Bastien Keb presents his third album, 'The Killing of Eugene Peeps', an ode to Giallo, 70s crime flicks, and French new wave cinema. Befit with downbeat anti-ballads, psychedelic folk, and warped soliloquies, the music is an imagined score to a film that exists only in the mind. Sequenced like a film narrative, songs like 'Lucky (The Oldest Grave)', 'Rabbit Hole', 'Alligator' and mid-album rap tangent 'Paprika' call to mind key, set-piece moments. Evocative instrumental passages shift and link moods and themes between them; from brief minimal-jazz meanders ('Murmurs'), psychedelic funk ('Street Clams') to ethereal romanticism ('All That Love In Your Heart').
180 gram 33rpm LPFollowing the release of ‘Journey To The Mountain Of Forever’, which earned the duo vast worldwide acclaim, semi-free jazz trailblazers Binker and Moses return with their new album ‘Alive In The East?’
2 x 12" 33rpm Gatefold Vinyl GB1537Binker and Moses' new release Journey to the Mountain of Forever is a story album on two discs: the first features the duo on their own while for the second they are joined by saxophonist Evan Parker, trumpeter Byron Wallen, harpist Tori Handsley tabla player Sarathy Korwar and drummer Yussef Dayes. The sessions took place on 21-22 July 2016, and were recorded completely live from Mark Ronson’s Zelig studio direct to a 1960’s Studer C37 1/4” tape machine at Gearbox’s studio - no edits, drop-ins or mixing.
180g 33rpm gatefold LP GB1555
"Is Binker Golding the new Sonny Rollins? The new Coltrane? Or both?” - MOJO "Like those saxophone colossi whose respective roots lay in calypso and roadhouse R&B, Binker opts to shake hips first, stroke beards second." - Q
180g 12" vinyl at 33rpm Release date: 31 July, 2020 GB1561
“One of the last significant trumpet players from the 1960s still unleashing the kind of improvisational fury associated with those hard-blowing years.” - JazzTimes “His sound is big and fierce and raw… defined by heady intellectual content and an animating inner fire.” - Downbeat
New York-based trumpeter, composer and educator Charles Tolliver presents Connect, his first album in 13 years.
I Am Chiminyo 33rpm 140gm 2 x Vinyl LP Limited stock. Release date: 25 September, 2020 The long-awaited debut album by the unclassifiable percussionist and producer Chiminyo is finally here. 'I Am Panda' weaves together a warm, enveloping tapestry of euphoric melodies, acoustic beats, and brain-burrowing bass lines, all originating from the hit of a drum. Via laboriously self-coded software, every cymbal crash and drum hit triggers a synth or sample, allowing Chiminyo complete control and creating a distinct sonic world like no other. Each track is different in tone and texture, with varying featured artists including the powerful K.O.G., Brother Portrait of Steam Down fame, and Eastern-European folk singer Dunja Botic.
Fried Bananas 12” 180gram 33rpm LP STEREO GB1535 Previously unreleased from the original radio broadcast tapes. Recorded on 3rd November 1972 for VPRO at Heemskerk Societeit Progress, The Netherlands.
Bumpin' On Frith Street12” 180gram 33rpm LP includes free download code sticker RSGB1002 During the Spring of 2015 The James Taylor Quartet played a sold out six show run at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club. Every night’s performance was recorded, the standout set being the late show on Friday 25th March. By this time any initial ‘red light fever’ had long dissipated and the musicians were fully settled in, performing at their best and concentrating on capturing the special relationship between the band and the Ronnie Scott’s audience.
2 x 12” Vinyl Curated, analogue mastered and cut at Gearbox StudioBrand New Ancients is the tale of two families and their intertwining lives, set against the background of the city and braided with classical myth. Kate Tempest shows how the old myths still live on in our everyday acts of violence, bravery, sacrifice and love – and that our lives make tales no less dramatic and powerful than those of the old gods. Kate Tempest is one of the most exciting and innovative performers to have emerged in spoken-word poetry in many years: this dramatic poem won the prestigious Ted Hughes Prize for innovation in poetry. This studio production of her acclaimed stage show captures her unique blend of street poetry, rap and storytelling.