We’re big fans of the Sublime Frequencies label, so we were quite happy to see some new records from them in the mail. Turns out they’re reissuing some of their first ever releases (which have been CD-only until now) on vinyl. Just like the rest of their catalog, “Princess Nicotine: Folk and Pop Sounds of Myanmar (Burma) Vol. 1″ and “Folk and Pop Sounds of Sumatra Vol. 1″ are both masterfully curated collections of exotic music that you’d hear nowhere else. Speaking of curation, both albums were compiled by Alan Bishop of Sun City Girls from his collection of tapes, hard to beat that. These records are limited, sound wonderful, and come in full-color gatefolds. They are $22 each at ForcedExposure.com.