I found a copy of Minimum Chips' Swish EP for 50p in the basement of one of the second-hand CD shops in Camden High St. This one, for some reason, has a silver sticker over the "+ QuickTime video" text on the back.
I also picked up:
a copy of Señor Coconut's El Baile Alemán for £5, secondhand
one of the numerous copies of !!!'s Louden Up Now album littering the secondhand shops (that's some kind of electro-coolsie punk-house thing or something; only it's on Warp so it's probably more interesting than the average bandwagon-jumper; so far it sounds like your average night at Revolver; most of it's basically house music for people who wear horizontal stripes and black Mao caps, though Hello? Is This Thing On? is rather good.)
Colder's Again, with bonus DVD, at Rough Trade. I was thinking of picking up the Arcade Fire CD, though they were sold out. Anyway, it seems to be somewhere between Suicide and Morr Music-style laptop electronica; perhaps a bit monotonous and fatigued-sounding, though perhaps that's the point.
a copy of the most recent Vice Magazine, at Reckless Records on Camden High St.
a new keyboard (a Logitech), for £10, on TCR, to replace the £3 piece'o'crap I had.
Funeral wasn't available here, either (Sister Ray - which is where I thought i'd find it). If you're downloading, grab Rebellion (Lies) and Neighbourhood # 2 (Laika), as those are my current favourites.