The much sought-after Warp release could be hitting the shelves again some time soon.

In what is easily the most exciting piece garnered from today’s electronic music rumour mill, a little birdie has informed us that James Stinson’s 2001 cult classic Lifestyles of the Laptop Café, originally released on Warp Records, could be getting a much needed repress in the very near future.

The album, which features standout cuts such as ‘Moonlight Rendezvous’ and ‘Lifestyles of the Casual’, did not sell very well on initial release, but the original double LP pressing goes for pretty eye-watering prices over on Discogs. Rumours of a repress have been rife of late, and it’s possible that Warp have finally given in to listeners demands – perhaps someone out there can truly make our day by 100% confirming this?

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