REVIEWS

Ride – Weather Diaries

Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark?

Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up

Rag ‘n’ Bone Man – Human

Loyle Carner – Yesterday’s Gone

Solange – A Seat At the Table

Julia Jacklin – Don’t Let The Kids Win

Betty Harris – The Lost Queen of New Orleans Soul

The Horrors – Strange House

808 State – 90

East India Youth – Culture of Youth

James Blake – The Colour in Anything

Blossoms – Blossoms

The Black Keys – thickfreakness

Courteeners – Mapping the Rendezvous

Band of Skulls – By Default

Green Day – Revolution Radio

Motörhead – Ace of Spades

The Milk Carton Kids – Monterey

Neil Young – Harvest

U2 – Under A Blood Red Sky

Daniel Romano – If You’ve Only One Time Askin’

Warpaint – Heads Up

Orbital – ‘Green’

Suzanne Vega – Solitude Standing

Moby – Play

Massive Attack – Mezzanine

Fargo Year Two – Soundtrack

Aretha Franklin – The Gospel Soul of…

Burial – Untrue

Kula Shaker – K 2.0

Kings of Leon – Walls

Four Tet – There is Love in you

Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland

Zero 7 – Simple Things

Blur – The Magic Whip

Soul II Soul – Club Classics Vol. One

Sleaford Mods – Divide and Exit

Richard and Linda Thompson – I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight

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New In: Friday 18th August 2017

OK you might have missed it the first time round but this NOTOK. OKNOTOK BACK IN STOCK!

And a ton of other great stuff!


Radiohead “OKNOTOK – OK Computer 3xLP Reissue”
Edwyn Collins “Understated”
Joanne Shaw Taylor “The Dirty Truth”, “Wild”
Belle & Sebastian “The Boy With the Arab Strap”, “Tigermilk”
Teenage Fanclub “Here”
OMD “History of Modern”
Moby & the Void Pacific Choir “These Systems Are Failing”, “More Fast Songs about the Apocalypse”
Lambchop “The Hustle Unlimited”
New Order “Movement”, “Get Ready”
John Carpenter’s “Assualt on Precinct 13”
Aphex Twin “Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments EP”, “Windowlicker”, “I Care Because You Do”, “Richard D James Album”
Arctic Monkeys “AM”, “Favourite Worst Nightmare”, “Suck It And See”, “WPSIATWIN”
Thundercat “The Golden Age of Apocalypse”, “The Beyond/ Where Giants Roam”
Wilko Johnson “I Keep it to Myself/ The Best Of”
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 Std + Deluxe Edition


Come and have a dig!
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New In: Friday 11th August 2017

Tons of new vinyl in for you this week! Remember “Pumped Up Kicks”? They’re back… And a very exciting band by the name of Ratboy have their debut out…Have a listen below!


Foster The People “Sacred Hearts Club”

The Pocket Gods “The Jesus and the Mary Chain”
Ratboy “Scum”

Francobollo “Long Live Life”
Little Barrie “Death Express”
Deerful “Peach”
Psychic Temple “IV”
Beach Fossils “Somersault”


And a load of back in stock/reissues…

Graham Reynolds “A Scanner Darkly” (Original Soundtrack)
DJ Khaled “Grateful”
Wu-Tang Clan “Legend of the Wu-Tang” (Greatest Hits)
Joni Mitchell “Blue”, “Court And Spark”
Carla Thomas “Carla”
Otis Redding & Carla Thomas “King & Queen” (50th Anniversary)
Phoenix “United”, “Bankrupt!”
New Order “Get Ready”, “Waiting for the Sirens’ Call”, “Movement” (LP Remaster)
The Smiths, “The World Won’t Listen”, “Hatful of Hollow”, “Rank”, “The Queen is Dead”
This is Trojan (6xLP)
Christine And the Queens “Chaleur Humaine” (includes CD)
Neil Young “Decade”


Come and have a dig!

 

New In: Friday August 4 2017

Hello Meersbrook!

Tons of stuff back in stock from this year for you to snap up before they sell out again, as well as 3 cracking new LPs from 3 very interesting artists, check them out below.

NEW IN, OUT TODAY!

Coldplay, “Kaleidoscope EP” Companion EP to 2015’s LP
Dead Cross, debut album from new hardcore band entitled “Dead Cross”.

Warm Digits, “Wireless World” New album from northern electronica duo.
Briana Marela, “Call It Love” Sophomore LP from Seattle indie-darling

Grateful Dead, “Long Strange Trip” Soundtrack to 2017 Documentary film

2016+17 BACK IN STOCK
La La Land, “Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Paul Weller, “A Kind of Revolution”
Jarvis Cocker & Chilly Gonzalez, “Room 29”
Mark Ronson, “Uptown Special”
Ryan Adams, “Prisoner”
Lambchop, “Flotus”

REISSUES + REPRESSES
The Black Eyed Peas, “Elephunk”, “The E.N.D.”
Aztec Camera, “High Land, Hard Rain”
The Gaslight Anthem, “American Slang”, “The B-Sides”
Manic Street Preachers, “Rewind the Film”, “This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours”
Foo Fighters, “There Is Nothing Left to Lose”, “One By One”, “Skin and Bones”, “In Your Honor”
The Cure, “Faith”, “Pornography”
Roddy Frame “Seven Dials”
The Avalanches, “Since I Left You”
LL Cool J, “Mr Smith”, “Mama Said Knock You Out”
Carl Perkins, “The Sun Singles Collection”
Cypress Hill, “IV”
The Clash, “Give ‘Em Enough Rope”
Bright Phoebus, “Songs by Lal & Mike Waterson”

Pop in have a listen!

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New In: Friday 27 July 2017

Hope you all had a wonderful Tramlines, we certainly enjoyed ourselves and are excited to be back in the shop with loads of new wax for you. Arcade Fire’s new album is out tomorrow, there’s a new mixtape from BADBADNOTGOOD on LateNightTales, the debut album album from London based girlband Madonnatron as well as the following…


Arcade Fire, Everything Now, Std & Deluxe
BADBADNOTGOOD, LateNightTales, IV, III, Lavender 12”
Madonnatron
The Isley Brothers & Santana, Power of Peace
Alison Moyet, Other


Timothy Fife, Black Carbon
This is Trojan, Deluxe 6LP set
Alice Cooper, Paranormal
Sambaiana, Candeias
Sonny Burgess, Red Headed Woman 7”
Gettin’ Together, Groovy Sounds from the Summer of Love
The Zodiac, Cosmic Sounds
The Kooks, Konk
Kate Nash, Made of Bricks
Super Furry Animals, Radiator
Inner City Life, Worldwide
The La’s, “The La’s”
Pet Shop Boys, “Nightlife”, “Release”, “Fundamental”
Transparent Days, “West Coast Nuggets”
Judy Collins, Wildflowers
Gillian Welch, The Harrow & the Harvest
Groove Armada “goodbye country (hello nightclub)”, “Vertigo”
Elvis Presley, A Boy from Tupelo
Tijuana Panthers “Semi Sweet”, “Poster”, “Tijuana Panthers”
Teddy Thompson & Kelly Jones, Little Windows
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, History of Modern
Ramones, Leave Home
Run the Jewels, 3
Maximo Park, Risk to Exist
Fionn Regan, The Meetings of the Waters
Willard Grant Conspiracy, Regard the End
Dreadzone, Escapades
Manchester Orchestra, A Black Mile to the Surface
C Duncan, The Midnight Sun
There Are But Four Small Faces
Ryan Adams, Ten Songs from Live At Carnegie Hall
Crystal Antlers Nothing is Real
Hanni El Khatib, Head in the Dirt, Moonlight
Declan Mckenna, What Do You Think About the Car?
Broken Social Scene, Hug of Thunder
Lauryn Hill, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
John Martyn, Solid Air
Bruise Blood, Reimagining Steve Reich’s Music for Pieces of Wood
Arlo Guthrie, Alice’s Restaurant
The Electric Prunes
Andrew McCormack, Graviton
Chon, Honey
Gaussian Curve, The Distance
Nas, Illmatic
Black Mirror, San Junipero
Sun Seeker, Biddeford
Chromatics, Kill for Love
The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Are You Experienced?
Dave Gahan & Soulsavers, Angels & Ghosts
The Cuckoo Clocks, Frontiers of a Seductive Mind
Nirvana, Unplugged in New York


Get down and have a gander!

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Spinning Discs Sheffield – All around the World!

Worn your Spinning Discs Sheffield tee on your hols?

Check out the recent travels of one of our ‘Meersbrook’ tee’s from Manchester Airport to San Francisco to Montery to Santa Barbara.

The ‘Factor 15’ Summer Sale

Come along for a visit to ours this Summer and take part in our ‘Factor 15’ Summer Sale!

It’s a blanket 15% off all new, reissue and select second hand vinyl in the shop.

Get yourselves lined up for some vinyl fun in the sun!

New in – Friday 14th July 2017

If you haven’t seen Baby Driver, we highly recommend you do, and then come and buy the soundtrack from your local independent record store, Spinning Discs Sheffield!


HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK

Baby Driver “Music from the Motion Picture”

Kendrick Lamar “Damn.”
RAC “EGO”
Joni Mitchell “Count and Spark”, “The Hissing of Summer Lawns”, “Hejira”, “Joni Mitchell”
7 days ’til these lot hit Tramlines! The Libertines “Up the Bracket”

REISSUES + REPRESSES

The Association “Insight Out “
The Young Rascals “Groovin”
The Beau Brummels “Triangle”
Love “Love”
Paradise Lost “One Second”
Big Star “The Best of Big Star”
The Style Council “Café Bleu”, “Introducing”
Justice “Woman”
Albert King “Born Under a Bad Sign”
Sampha “Process”
Richard Dawson “Peasant”
DJ Shadow “The Mountain Will Fall”
The War on Drugs “Wagonwheel Blues”, “Future Weather”, “Lost in the Dream”, “Slave Ambient”
Otis Redding “The Dock of the Bay”
“Welcome to the Sound of Pretty Odd”
Thundercat “Drunk”, “Apocalypse”, “The Golden Age of Apocalypse”
The Moonlandingz “Interplanetary Class Classics”
Steve Mason “Boys Outside”
Father John Misty “Pure Comedy”
This is the Kit “Bashed Out”


Come down and have a dig and coffee with our friendly staff!

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New in – Friday 7th July 2017

Tramlines edges ever closer…Come grab your tickets from our shop now. We’ve also got programmes for you line up heads!

New in

This week’s new wax comes in the form of Public Service Broadcasting’s “Every Valley”, their 3rd LP which confronts Brexit and the demise of the Welsh mining industry, certainly worth a listen!

Also back with her 3rd LP is Lucy Rose, with “Something’s Changing”. The Melvins are back with the “A Walk with Love & Death” Boxset which has 2 LPs, one of which is a soundtrack to a short film, watch the trailer below!

Past Tramlines booking Bjorn Torske is back with his Norwegian counterpart Prins Thomas; after 20 years the two Lords of space-disco are back to “Square One” with a psychedelic housey trip you’ll wanna take.

Randall Bramblett’s “Juke Joint At the Edge of the World” is out this week, as are the highly acclaimed Moonshine Freeze with their 4th LP, “This is the Kit”.

Not to mention Liam Gallagher’s first solo single, “Wall of Glass” on 7”!


Reissues this week…

The Cat Empire “Two Shoes”, “So Many Nights”, “The Cat Empire”, “Steal the Light”, “Cinema”
Soul Sok Sega “Sega Sounds from Mauritius 1973-1979”
The Chemical Brothers “Dig Your Own Hole”
Francis Macdonald & Harry Pye “Bonjour”
Rosanne Cash “King’s Record Shop”
Faithless “Sunday 8pm”, “Outrospective”
The Young Rascals “Groovin'”
The Association “Insight Out”

Get down and have a dig, tons of new in in the 2nd hand Emporium too.


Peace and dub,

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New in – Friday 30th June 2017

Twin Peaks is back back back!

Those of you who watched may have caught two tracks from experimental trio Love Theme, which features Alex Zhang Hungtai formally of Dirty Beaches. Their self-titled debut album is fittingly out this week, a must for any Twin Peaks fans!

Also out this week…

Richard H. Kirk of Cabaret Voltaire’s “Dasein”
Jad Fair Tenniscoats and Norman Blake “Raindrops”
“Halt and Catch Fire” Original TV Series Soundtrack by former Tangerine Dream member Paul Haslinger
Big Boi of Outkast’s “Boomiverse”

IDLES “Brutalism”
Death And Vanilla “To Where the Wild Things Are…”

Reissues + Represses out this week!

Jane Weaver “Modern Kosmology”
Jet Get Born + Shine On
Otis Redding The Soul Album + The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads
Booker T & the MG’s Hip Hug Her
Albert King Born Under a Bad Sign
Sam & Dave Double Dynamite
Carla Thomas Carla
Nils Landgren Unbreakable

Come in our cosy shop out of the rain and have a dig, now open Wednesday evenings!

New in – Friday 23rd June 2017

All of this hot weather calls for some hot new stock…

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of “OK Computer” Radiohead are releasing a special edition of the album, reinvented as “OKNOTOK 1997-2017”.  This limited coloured edition, out on Friday contains all of the original album, three unreleased tracks and 8 B-sides. Hot on the heels for this Friday is King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard’s latest album ‘Murder Of The Universe’ pressed on glow in the dark vinyl with a scratch and sniff sticker!

We’ve restocked some favourites and got some new delights for your delectation!

Royal Blood – Royal Blood

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard- Murder Of The Universe

The Strypes – Spitting Image

Minute Bodies – The Intimate World Of F. Percy Smith

Guardians Of The Galaxy vol.2 – Awesome Mix vol.2 (Cassette only – and yes – it does look fantastic)

Big Thief – Capacity

LCD Soundsytem – 45:33

LCD Soundsystem – LCD Soundsystem

Prince and The Revolution – Purple Rain

Prince and The Revolution – Purple Rain (Picture Disc)

Joe Bonnamassa – Live At Carnegie Hall An Acoustic Evening

Jeff Tweedy – Together At Last

Monks – Hamburg Recordings 1967

Function Underground – The Black and Brown American Rock Sound 1969-1974

Greg Ashley – Pictures Of Saint Paul Street

Sam and Dave – Soul Men

Rufus Thomas – Walking The Dog

Otis Redding and Carla Thomas – King and Queen

Doom and Jnerio Jarel – Bookhead EP

Green Onions – Booker T. & The M.G.S

The Deslonders – Hurry Home

Maria Teresa Luciani – Sounds Of The City

Hundredth – Rare

Joseph Arthur – Redemptions Son

Algiers – The Underside Of Power

Saltland – A Common Truth

Laurel Halo – Dust

Modern English Decoration – Ulrika Spacek

The Kills – Midnight Boom

Harmonia – Deluxe

Taj Mahal & Keb Mo – Tajmo

Wanted – Reggae

Wanted – Afrobeat

Wanted – Soul

Young Fathers – Tape One / Tape Two

Lavender Holyfield – Rabbit Boxing Midnight Mouth

Fleet Foxes – Crack –Up

The Drums – Abysmal Thoughts

David Bowie – The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (45th Anniversary Limited Gold Vinyl)

Coldplay – Parachutes

Songhoy Blues – Resistance (a fabulous album)

Joanne Pollock – Stranger

Beth Ditto – Fake Sugar

Pop in to cool down with some great tunes.

Don’t forget we’re now open 5 days a week with late nights Wednesday through to Friday!

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