Big name week here, as you’ll see from some of the new arrivals on the playlist below. A couple of things worth flagging, though: the second Diskjokke album, which should work for those of you enamoured with Lindstrom and Prins Thomas; and one last Jack Rose EP, a rowdy electric session with a No Neck Blues Band spin-off. I’ll do the business on these soon.

Big name week here, as you’ll see from some of the new arrivals on the playlist below. A couple of things worth flagging, though: the second Diskjokke album, which should work for those of you enamoured with Lindstrom and Prins Thomas; and one last Jack Rose EP, a rowdy electric session with a No Neck Blues Band spin-off. I’ll do the business on these soon.

In the meantime, a good forthcoming Club Uncut show we’ve just hooked up: The Strange Boys on June 24. Follow the link for full details of that and May’s Endless Boogie night. Hopefully we’ll see some of you down for that.

1 King Tubby Presents The Roots Of Dub (Jamaican)

2 Blur – Fool’s Day (Parlophone)

3 Diskjokke – En Fid Tid (Smalltown Supersound)

4 Gabor Szabo – Jazz Raga (Light In The Attic)

5 The Gaslight Anthem – American Slang (Sideonedummy)

6 The Chemical Brothers – Further (Freestyle Dust)

7 Disappears – Lux (Kranky)

8 Various Artists – Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-1970 (Ace)

9 Various Artists – Be Yourself: A Tribute To Graham Nash (Grass Roots)

10 Magic Lantern – Platoon (Not Not Fun)

11 Sun Araw – On Patrol (Not Not Fun)

12 Hiss Golden Messenger – Root Work (Heaven & Earth Magic Recording Co)

13 Jack Rose With D Charles Speer & The Helix – Ragged And Right (Thrill Jockey)

14 Soft Machine – Live At Henie Onstad Art Centre 1971 (Smalltown Superjazz)

15 Various Artists – Palenque Palenque: Champeta Criolla & Afro Roots In Columbia 1975-91 (Soundway)