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Asphixiation’s provocative post-disco debut LP reissued on vinyl for first time

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“What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’?”

At the vanguard of Australia’s post-punk underground, cult outfit Asphixiation will have their sole LP, “What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’?”, reissued on vinyl via Chapter Music for the first time since its 1981 debut.

Originally released with an accompanying 12″, originals of which now go for big money, “What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’?” was among the first records in Australia to marry art school formalism of post-punk and disco’s dancefloor hedonism, as The Flying Lizards Keep Reading

Stormzy’s Gang Signs and Prayer to get vinyl release

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The first grime album to reach number one in the UK album charts.

Stormzy’s debut Gang Signs and Prayer looks set to be released on vinyl, according to a new listing on Amazon.

A 16-track suite of street spirituals, from opener ‘First Things First’ to the soaring gospel-influenced two-parter ‘Blinded By Your Grace’, Gang Signs and Prayer became the first grime Keep Reading

Skepta’s Konnichiwa coming to vinyl for first time

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Finally.

Skepta’s Mercury Prize winning album Konnichiwa is set for its first vinyl release via Boy Better Know.

Originally released in May 2016 after a series of delays, the album went on to win the Mercury Prize, the first time a grime artist has won the award since Dizzee Rascal’s Boy Keep Reading

John and Alice Coltrane’s Cosmic Music reissued on vinyl

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With the original private press cover artwork.

Spiritual jazz power couple Alice and John Coltrane’s collaborative album Cosmic Music is to be reissued on vinyl via Superior Viaduct later this month.

Self-released by Alice Coltrane in 1968 following her husband’s death, Cosmic Music was subsequently re-released by Impulse! who introduced the recognizable moon motif on the sleeve.

Featuring two tracks by John Coltrane’s legendary Keep Reading

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