The next Ghost Box Study Series 7″ and download, Number 9: “Projections”, is due out on 28th June.

New York’s Listening Center enrol for the Study Series and present a powerful analogue electronic epic, Titoli. Pye Corner Audio appear on the B side and take Listening Center’s “Town of Tomorrow” for a spin across the dusty dancefloor of a deserted dance hall. 

On super heavyweight 7″ vinyl in the usual luxurious Julian House packaging. Pre-order in the Ghost Box shop now.



Friends of this parish, The Soundcarriers will be joining Ghost Box for a new album this winter. Meanwhile there are still a few copies of their marvellous limited edition album The Other World of The Sound Carriers floating round.

Its a psyched out compilation of instrumentals (some of which are versions of songs that will make it to the next album on GB), all with The Soundcarriers unmistakably powerful and dynamic analogue production. Listen here.



There are two new T-Shirts over in the Ghost Box shop available right now. Both designed by Julian House, one is based on the artwork for The Focus Group’s Elektrik Karousel and the other is a new Ghost Box design based on the old 70s and 80s Granada TV ident.


Also available now is the Ghost Box Badge Pack B. Including Advisory Circle, Belbury Poly and Focus Group badges based on recent album art.

Finally there's a very small quantity of high quality art prints remaining from last year's Ghost Box exhibition and art sale in Glasgow's Mono. Illustrating a variety of Belbury Youth Club activities, each 70x50cm print is signed and numbered by Julian House. In fact since these went on sale yesterday evening two of the three designs have already sold out, so you'll need to act quickly to get one of the last copies remaining in the world. (The good people that run the Ghost Box shop strongly advise you opt for recorded delivery if ordering one of these.)  


Ghost Box DJs, House and Jupp, will be opening events in the Talking Shop Tent at The Greenman festival this Friday (16th August) at 12:00, midday. Their sets will book end a talk by marvellous, magical Mark Pilkington at 12:45 and  then an interview with mighty, megalithical, Julian Cope at 14:15.


There’s a new compilation LP out on Moon Wiring Club’s Gecophonic records this week. Featuring Kno (who may or may not include Jon Brooks in its line up), Sarah Angliss (of Spacedog), Time Attendant, Moon Wiring Club and Howling Moss (which may or may not feature Pye Corner Audio’s Martin Jenkins). Its never entirely clear who’s doing what with whom on this record but this is par for the course on Gecophonic. Its a delightful Seaside Summertime Special all the same and comes in beautiful and insanely detailed packaging by Ian Hodgson.

Official release date is 33.07.23. Of course it is. However there’s a limited supply available in the Ghost Box shop right now.