New Ghost Box T-Shirt, screen printed white logo on “tweed” grey in the Ghost Box shop now.
The Ghost Box black and Amber T-Shirts have also been re-stocked.
Grey and Black
In the Ghost Box shop now, A2 posters on 150gsm matt paper
Outward Journeys Posters
In the Ghost Box Shop now, a heavy duty (8oz) canvas tote, with Ghost Box Records logo screen-printed in orange to both sides. It has very durable seams and is 37cm wide x 41cm high with a depth of up to 10cm.
A re-issue of the first Pye Corner Audio LP for Ghost Box, Sleep Games is available now.
On heavyweight vinyl, with colour inner sleeve and download code card inside . Design by Julian House with liner notes by the late Mark Fisher.
“…could be the long-awaited high-five between Vangelis and Boards of Canada.”
Drowned in Sound
“Pye Corner Audio’s latest is the marquee example of Ghost Box at their most distilled, their most essential: reaching beyond by reaching within.”
Also this week and exclusive to our shop is this thick felt Ghost Box logo slipmat.
and Ghost Box Slipmat
There’s a new Ghost Box T-Shirt in the shop now. Screen printed in amber ink on heavyweight black cotton.
By popular demand we’ve also restocked the Pye Corner Audio, Stasis T-Shirts.
& Re-stocked Pye Corner Audio T-Shirts
Also new in the shop today is this sweatshirt, a very subtle black print on dark grey.
New in the Ghost Box shop today, Julian House has reworked the album cover art for Pye Corner Audio’s Stasis and The Pattern Form’s Peel Away the Ivy for these beautifully printed A2 prints.
Exclusive to the Ghost Box shop, the full colour prints are on textured 160gsm cotton art paper, 420 x 594 mm. Each print has been hand stamped with an embossed Ghost Box logo and each comes with a free MP3 or FLAC album download.
We’re told that if you’re quick and order today these can be delivered to UK customers in time for Christmas.
And for those of you who delight in print specifications…
The paper is 100% cotton, elemental chlorine free (ECF), carbon neutral, and fully recyclable. Cotton paper does not yellow in the way that wood-based paper does and is therefore ideal for archival and display purposes. The 4-colour process inks are vegetable oil-based and biodegradable. The inks also have a water-based sealer varnish applied to help “fix” the ink in the paper.
Printed by Calverts, a graphic design and print co-operative formed in 1977 and based in the East End of London. The business is managed democratically through consensus and all workers are paid equally.
The second pressing of Pye Corner Audio’s Stasis LP is available from the Ghost Shop now. Also available on CD and Download.
Also new and exclusive to the shop is a Pye Corner Audio T-Shirt. It’s a two colour print of Julian House’s Stasis album artwork, on heavyweight vintage-orange cotton.
“A somnambulant trip through the cosmic void, Stasis is PCA’s strongest album to date.”
“…from start to finish the standard never once slips, ensuring Stasis is an album in which you can happily lose yourself for hours on end.”
“Rather than make up his own movies, Jenkins is happy to play the movies that are already running in our heads – and we are happy to let him do it. Every track shows the confidence of someone who knows exactly which buttons to push and when.”
Incidentally Pye Corner Audio provide a large part of the soundtrack for the chilling documentary film by Adam Curtis, Hyper Normalisation. Still available to watch at the time of posting here on the BBC iplayer. Essential viewing and maybe more terrifying now than when it was released during the old reality.
The new album from Belbury Poly, New Ways Out is available today, on LP and Download in all its eerie, daft, glam, faux-folk, motorik, library-ish eerie glory.
“…the new LP by Jupp’s Belbury Poly succeeds purely as a listening experience. Lighter than most Ghost Box fare, Jupp and a small gang of session musicians explore space-age glam (“Hey Now Here He Comes”), fingerpicked folk (“Water Wheel”) and a sort of English pastoral take on Michael Rother-style Krautrock. The sepia edges and occult undercurrents are mostly absent, but New Ways Out ploughs a satisfying new furrow.” UNCUT
“…transporting you to those especially daft places only BP can – Tizer-fuelled 70s youth club discos with side-rooms for Ouija boards” Electronic Sound
“…there’s an added bounce and groove that makes New Ways Out Belbury Poly’s most immediate and accessible release to date.” Shindig
The next in our Other Voices series of singles is available to pre-order today. This time it’s two beautiful songs from Portuguese group Beautify Junkyards. It’s released on 10th June and follows on from their remarkable album of last year The Beast Shouted Love.
If you place a pre-order for this in our shop alongside something else, the good people at Greedbag will dispatch the available items now and the single when its released.
Also today to, coincide with the release of New Ways Out there’s a new Belbury Poly T-shirt. It’s a pale pink screen print on a black premium soft cotton T shirt.
With thanks to DJ Food for album pack shots.
and Belbury Poly T-Shirt