This page displays your general account information.
You can edit your details by clicking the "Change" button in corresponding sections of the form.
|Password:||[ hidden ]|
This section displays your current wishlist.
This section allows you to access and delete all data, which we hold on you.
UK – 15 working days.
Overseas – 28 working days.
|You haven't added any products to your basket yet.|
|Total does not include shipping or VAT (sales tax) charges|
|Our normal shipping is FREE to the Mainland UK if you spend at least £60 including VAT on goods.|
|Free Shipping Hint|
if you spend another £60 (including VAT!) - UK customers only. You are entitled to "Free Shipping"! - UK customers only.
|You may also be interested in ...|
To access your account, enter your e-mail address and password below.
Don't have an account yet? Create one!
Please remember that password is case-sensitive.
Note that passwords must be at least between four (4) to ten (10) characters long.
Already have an account? Login!
Use the form below to perform an advanced search of our database.
Making the selection for this weeks Staff Pick is another one of our trust Interns - Leny!
"One of my favourite records from earlier this year is the Jervis Pump Station EP. It was born from an interesting collaboration between two of Vancouver’s children, the mysterious Wolfey and the Montreal-based Project Pablo. This 12’’, released on Church, leads us through a journey full of contrasts.
Starting smoothly with a lightly distorted pad, Jervis Pump Station offers us a solid kick accompanied by a throbbing synth. A rich work on synths panning and filtering makes this track really heady and leaves us quite stunned when it stops.
Fortunately the second track, ‘Duatang’, keeps us in the trip. A snatch of male voice and a raw kick/sub bass combo introduce the track, this is then livened by a nostalgic pad and a flighty melody. An unexpected combination that is as heavy as it is subtle.
Finally, the last track, ‘Whatitis’, probably my favourite, definitely anchors us in a beautiful melancholy which grows through the EP. Groovy drums made from a skilful mix of TR909 and 707, a warm baseline, a cleverly-filtered lead and some distant horns all culminate in what becomes the recipe for a very emotional masterpiece."
London W1F 7LZ
Registered in England and Wales under no. 04625246.