Top 5 Stay-At-Home Records

Top 5 Stay-At-Home Records

Staying home this week? We've got you covered! Here are 5 great records to put on if you're spending lots of time at home. We've selected different music for different situations - facilitating Conversation, Rest, Cooking, Exploration and Reflection. Have a read and a listen below! You can click on the title or the album art to purchase the LP right here on our online store.

Bill Frisell / Thomas Morgan - Epistrophy

Music for Conversation
The perfect LP to put on to help foster a sweet environment for some conversation with your family and loved ones. With the current situation going on, its a good time to catch up with the people at home. By guitarist Bill Frisell and bassist Thomas Morgan, Epistrophy was recorded at the famous New York City’s Village Vanguard – capturing the rare empathy these two players achieve together in an intimate environment. Put it on, have a listen and let the conversations begin!


Meitei - Komachi

Music for Rest

Time for some rest and a moment to yourself – Komachi helps facilitate that with much grace. With the use of hypnotic sounds and carefully crafted textures, the music leads you to Meitei’s world of what he calls “the lost Japanese mood”. Truly an imaginative sound which inspires a sense of hope, and at the same time, some introspection. Plug in and allow it to take you into a land far far away.


Duke Pearson - The Right Touch

Music for Cooking
Dubbed as 'one of the finest recordings of Pearson's Career' by Allmusic, this here is an excellent one to listen to while you cook something delicious up! The colourful frameworks and consistently challenging compositions led by the touch of Pearson's piano makes a great mood to slice, dice, fry, saute, steam, boil, whatever it takes to satisfy your craving. Get in tune with The Right Touch and touch your cooking the right way!


Yazz Ahmed - Polyhymnia

Music For Exploration

Here's a special one to put on if you're in the mood for exploration! Not too far out, but definitely not restrained either, it's an illuminating listen, especially when you read about the inspirations behind the music.

“Polyhymnia” is named for the Greek Muse of music, poetry and dance, a figure that Ahmed describes as “A Goddess for the arts”. It is a suite of six movements that Ahmed dedicates to “six women of outstanding qualities, role models with whom I felt a strong connection”.

A highly evocative and inspiring LP to put on as you sit down to draw, paint, sew, stitch, mould, and create.


Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
(Used copy - Exclusively available in-store)

Music for Reflection
What more can be said about one of the most iconic soul records of the 70s? We've once again found ourselves in very trying times indeed, it's as good a time as ever for this message to resonate.