News on CSD 2014 releases coming soon ………………


BURGER IS IN CHARGE OF THE U.S. SIDE OF THE 2ND ANNUAL CASSETTE STORE DAY!!! IT’S ALL HAPPENING SEPT. 27!!! Labels of the world unite to celebrate cassette culture!!! Visit the link for all the dirty deets!!! (at Burger Records)

Our brothers at Burger Records are running the US side of CSD this year! Totally excited!!

Suplex Cassettes & Kissability are back for year 2 of Cassette Store Day! Spread the word and get involved!

Date for 2014 announced as September 27th

Open up your Filofax, take out a pen, and save the date because Saturday September 27th 2014 marks the return of Cassette Store Day to your lives!

Following on from last year’s (unexpected) runaway success, the event will now be split between the US and UK/EU to ensure that audio cassette fans on both sides of the Atlantic get to snap up some great releases from musicians, new and old alike.

In the UK/EU Kissability and Suplex Cassettes will return to run things, and in the US, Burger Records in LA will co-ordinate the day from their end. Stores wishing to stock releases or put on an event will be able to sign up for free between June 30th and August 15th at where there will be downloadable guides for how to get involved.

Labels wishing to release a cassette on the day can also sign up from June 30th- August 15th at the same place for a small admin fee for of £10/£10. Anyone outside these territories is welcome to sign up using the UK site.

Jen Long of Kissability said, “When planning this year we really tried to keep cassette labels and fans at the heart of the event. Last year grew far bigger than we had expected so we are thrilled to have Burger involved to help us cover the US side.”

Burger Records said, “Burger Records loves tapes! We’ve built our foundation on the forgotten format and have been preaching the merits of warm analog cassette culture for years. We’re honored to be ambassadors of Cassette Store Day 2014 in the good ol USA! We plan to bring some of our favorite labels to the table and invite everyone to the party and partake in the fun phenomena of releasing top shelf music on cassette tapes in pop culture today!”

Last year’s Cassette Store Day was a huge success with stores participating in over eighty cities worldwide and releases from the likes of The Flaming Lips, At The Drive In, and Deerhunter. 

"The Tape Cassette—-

Is the best bet yet

as the go-to medium

for medium-rare

—-or well-done



or record.” – Van Dyke Parks

"Cassette is a cool medium to listen to music on. Warm and fat. Good bottom end. Yeah!"  - Bobby Gillespie

Covers for future Suplex Vinyl projects- details coming soon

High Hopes debut show last night - nailed it


Coming soon!!

New Witching Waves!

Everyone loves EL DUQUE, including the NME, nice words buddies!

First record buys of the year

Our very own HIGH HOPES aka Joe Ryan is in the NME’s Radar section this week, get his album from our shop for £3!

New Raymond Pettibon book, find of the day



We are going on tour with As Ondas at the end of April! 

As Ondas are a new band featuring members of Shopping, Dog Legs and Wachi Wachi. Go here »»>

We are in the process of booking dates in the UK from April 18th til the end of the month so if you want to put us on, get in touch! 

The last copy of Fair Ohs ‘Jams Vol #2’ is in the shop. If you feel your life would be a bottomless void without 90 mins of Fair Ohs covers, demos and new songs then buy this shit and display it for all your friends to go green over!

Pre Order the new High Hopes album which will be sent out end of next week!

You Were the Future Now You’re the Past is High Hope’s resolute follow up to 2011’s ‘There’s Nothing We Can’t Fix’ which explored an idiosyncratic take on Jam and Lewis’ Flyte time era as well as earlier Rare Groove and surprised fans that knew him for being the hard hitting drummer behind the punk influenced band Fair Ohs. This time round Joe ditches drum machines for the acoustic kit and nods to rhythmic inflections akin to LA studio greats like Jeff Porcaro and Steve Gadd and explores his love of the keyboard work on records such as Nightfly era Donald Fagen, Shame era Brad and Older era George Micheal. 


Sauna Youth supporting Thee Oh Sees at the Scala, London - 09/05/2013

Endless loop


Sauna Youth supporting Thee Oh Sees at the Scala, London - 09/05/2013

Endless loop