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Birmingham-based keyboard wizard, producer, and DJ Byron the Aquarius first came up our radar back in 2016 through his High Life EP released on Theo Parrish’s venerable Sound […]

Bei Ru is an LA-based producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist who’s collected vinyl records for years. His collection mirrors elements of his releases, characterized by a fusion of […]

A look into the young label behind the first-ever official reissues of Les Rallizes Dénudés and Hiroshi Yoshimura’s Surround. Temporal Drift is an independent record label launched by […]

Rahill shares five favorites with us in anticipation of her debut headlining show on May 14th at Gold Diggers in East Hollywood. Iranian-American singer-songwriter Rahill first caught our […]

Eilon Paz shares five selects from John Abercrombie, Cannonball Adderley, Kutiman, Quincy Jones, and King Britt. Eilon Paz is a publisher, photographer, collector, selector, and the eyes and […]

Piano-cello duo Salenta + Topu share five favorites ahead of their live performance this Friday at In Sheep’s Clothing HQ. “Two old souls creating music not of this […]

Join us this Friday at Sound & Vision for a listening party and solo performance from Anenon aka Brian Allen Simon. Anenon is the ongoing solo studio and […]

Join us 2-5pm today at In Sheep’s Clothing NYC for a listening session dedicated to Efficient Space! Few labels command our attention as consistently and completely as Michael […]

A near hour-long showcase style documentary on Lloyd Barnes’ legendary Bronx-based reggae label. One of the most iconic reggae labels around, Wackies was founded in 1976 by Prince […]

Join us for a labels we love listening session at In Sheep’s Clothing NYC dedicated to Now-Again Records. Now-Again Records is a Los Angles based imprint that specializes […]

An interview with Jacob Gorchov, whose label has released essential recordings by Yasuaki Shimizu, Woo, Mariah, and, most recently, Dorothy Carter. Over the past decade, the NYC-based label […]

Loveshadow’s sophomore album II is out now via Dark Entries. Two of our favorite DJs / musicians from the Bay Area, Anya Prisk and Izaak Schlossman make up […]

Last week she released Exit Simulation, her debut album for Chicago-based Kranky Records. The South Carolina-based artist Niecy Blues grew up in a religious household, where she absorbed […]

Join us for a listening session today 2-5pm featuring favorites from Ontario-based label Séance Centre. Founded in 2017 by Brandon Hocura and Naomi Okabe, Séance Centre is an […]

The Music from Memory and Rush Hour affiliate plays Sound of Make Believe this Saturday in Los Angeles. Madrid-born, London-based DJ & record collector John Gómez is known […]

Josh Dibb aka Deakin shares five favorites with us in celebration of Animal Collective’s new album. Animal Collective’s Avey Tare, Panda Bear, Deakin, and Geologist meet genius producer […]

Brilliant Corners’ Aneesh will be playing the Sound of Make Believe party this Saturday, September 23rd! Aneesh, along with his brother Amit, are founders and owner of the […]

Join us September 18th from 2-5 p.m. at In Sheep’s Clothing NYC for a listening session dedicated to EM Records! While building our in-house collection at In Sheep’s […]

The Gondwana Records boss shares five essential favorites. Manchester-based trumpeter, bandleader, and composer Matthew Halsall has a new album coming out tomorrow! Inspired by the breathtaking sea views […]

Join us for a dedicated listening session today 2-5pm at In Sheep’s Clothing NYC. The Chicago-born, Los Angeles based label Numero Group recently celebrated it’s 20th anniversary. Founded […]

Join us for a krautrock listening party this Friday at the JACCC private Japanese garden. Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt: The core members of visionary […]

The Akron-based “Lemon friends” have a new album coming soon on London’s Last Resort. In Akron, Ohio, four friends get together every Tuesday with gas station snacks and […]

Ecoustics guides us through the history of recorded playback from Edison’s Phonograph to Thorens and Technics. Almost 145 years have elapsed since Edison’s Phonograph was patented. Since then, […]

Phi-Psonics sophomore album ‘Octava’ is out now via Matthew Halsall‘s Gondwana Records. Longtime friends of In Sheep’s Clothing, Phi-Psonics is a rising jazz group from Los Angeles, led […]

Rare grooves from Armenian selectors Zach Asdourian and Anaïs Gyulbudaghyan. Discotchari is a new project from LA-based record selectors Zach Asdourian and Anaïs Gyulbudaghyan. Named after a song […]

Recent favorites from Chicago, Brooklyn, New Zealand, Basque, Amsterdam, Munich, Tokyo, and Sweden. Each week the global listening community gets bombarded with new releases, reissues and restocks. As […]

Quality speakers don’t have to cost a fortune. Ecoustics shares eight budget speaker options from $60 – $499. We don’t need to tell our readership that inflation has […]

Mirage Loudspeakers are coming back. The storied Canadian brand has been reborn and we’re really excited to see if the M-1 is returning. If you are old enough […]

South African kwaito, bhangra, dancehall, Nigerian digi-roots, and more from Toronto’s Gripbuster, Kool Ty. Gripbuster is an online record shop run by Toronto’s Kool Ty, one half of […]

Deep cut anime and video game soundtrack selections from Motion Ward’s Ura. Los Angeles-based experimental electronic label Motion Ward continues to be on a roll, albeit at a […]

Don’t buy a vintage turntable until you read this. Here’s what you need to know. Do vintage turntables really offer a better listening experience than modern tables below $2,000? There […]

German rave classics and modern dance grooves from Kompakt Records’ Perel. Annegret Fiedler aka Perel has come a long way since her early years singing and playing in punk […]

A collection of interviews with the late great “Astral Traveler,” Pharoah Sanders. This weekend the world lost a giant. Pharoah Sanders, whose singular approach to composition and performance […]

Garage house, balearic grooves, boogie, and more from local DJ Xica Soul. One of our favorite selectors in town, Daniela Zepeda aka Xica Soul knows how to make […]

What you need to know about understanding frequency response curves of loudspeakers. Here’s an essential archival article from Paul Diacomo, a brilliant writer and longtime Polk Audio executive […]

ISC’s John Jones speaks to the “bubblin’ up” production trio from Chicago. At In Sheep’s Clothing, we’ve quickly become fans of the Chicago three-piece outfit Purelink. Their first […]

Synth-pop, indie, and dubwise downtempo from NYC based DJ Yibing! About a month ago, I got a chance to catch New York based DJ Yibing play a poolside […]

It’s been almost two decades since Sun Ra, the enigmatic artist who reported Saturn as his birthplace, left our planet and yet – the cosmic jazz pioneer’s Afrofuturist […]

Watch the first part of a two-part doc portrait of the unorthodox Jazz piano great, featuring live performances at the Village Vanguard and intimate BTS footage of 1967 […]

There is no equality without access to comprehensive reproduction health care. Another dark day in America last Friday as the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade eliminating the […]

Pachyman comes through with 5 selects prior to his appearance at This Ain’t No Picnic festival. Los Angeles-based musician, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and all around dub champion Pachy García […]

Crates LA is back for another record pop-up this Saturday 1-7pm at In Sheep’s Clothing Records. In anticipation of the record sale this Saturday, Crates LA has sent […]