We’re resuming normal service on the column this week now the industry has awoken from its festive hibernation, so here are my top 5 limited edition vinyl releases for you to find online.

1. Up first this week is a re-issue of The Black Keys' 2004 double A side single ‘The Moan/Have Love Will Travel’. It’s great to see the bands earlier work given this kind of exposure. This one has been repressed onto turquoise 7” vinyl but it has been limited to a run of just 500 copies. Banquet Records still have some in stock so hurry up, available here.

2. A band that we’ve been paying close attention to is Tashaki Miyaki. Their EP was given a special vinyl release and the same treatment has been given to their latest track, a beautiful interpretation of The Everly Brothers classic ‘All I Have To Is Dream’. Limited to just 500 copies get a copy here.

3. Synth-pop-soloist Joe Flory’s latest project Amateur Best sees its first release, ‘Be Happy’ . The 7" release is accompanied by a comic book illustrated by Flory himself. The comic, like the music itself, tells the tale of "sometime London DJ, latent alcoholic and lifelong amateur" James Best. Limited to just 300 copies you can pre-order your copy from Double Denim here and listen to the track below.

4. This is the third single from Bon Ivers self titled second album to be given a 12” release. ‘Towers’ also happens to feature the beautiful cover of John Prines ‘Bruised Orange (Chain of Sorrow) which was previously only available on a Prines tribute album. Order yours from Rough Trade here.

5. If 2011 was the year of Adele, then 2010 was the year of Jamie xx. It was inevitable then that any collaboration between these two would be huge, and Jamies remix of ‘Rolling In The Deep’ has been given a limited vinyl reissue. Grab a copy here and listen to the track below.