The digital version goes on sale on Monday 15th but unfortunately there will be a delay on the vinyl reaching the shops; you should be able to pre-order vinyl from your local record store or from our store here on Monday.
President Obama is soon to make a decision on whether to press one of THE big red climate self destruct buttons..
and is under considerable pressure from a fake grassroots campaign funded by um ..certain interested parties (its called Astroturfing ) into allowing the Tar Sands nightmare to go ahead.. if you don't know anything about the Tar Sands have a quick google...
as seems to be the way of politics this won't happen unless a strong show of resistance can be seen to help obama say no.
Anyway there is a campaign of peaceful civil disobedience planned in washington..
even though there is no-one in the office. we've gawn fishing. well i havent. neither's anyone else. the sun comes out occasionally here, but then we get wet. im not answering me emails. much. im listening to these.. amongst other things
1. O God Protect Me by Ben Frost 2. Mozaik by Zomby 3. Juke Me From The Back Low by Dj Slugo 4. I Just Woke uP by Wiley 5. Sacred Frequency by Machinedrum 6. Radiance by Surgeon 7. Phoenix(fantastic mr fox remix) by Hyetal 8. German Clap by Modeselektor 9. Hibakusja by Ben Frost 10. The Sun Too Slow by Chris Clark 11. 100%publishing by Wiley 12. Things Fall Apart by Zomby
The first in a series of remixes on 12" vinyl will be released on Monday 4th July (or Tuesday in the US & Canada).
The series kicks off with Caribou remixing Little by Little, and a remix of Lotus Flower by Jacques Greene, both of which we we're really excited about.
Hopefully you will find the vinyl in your local independent record shop, but if not, you can buy by mailorder here from the 4th. If you don't have a record player, high quality digital WAV or FLAC versions will be available here, here and here, or as MP3 or WAV from our own site here. Or you can just listen to them here:
More 12" remixes will be released every couple of weeks over the summer until we run out of remixes... or summer. On the next one we've got Nathan Fake (Morning Mr Magpie) and remixes of Bloom by Mark Pritchard.