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    One time limited pressing Triple LP with extensive 24 page booklet with liner notes and photos Cover has gold foil printing, records are housed in classy black sleeves Highly recommendedThe 5th in the Cairo Records soul compilation series (after "The Love You Save", "All This Goes Too", and "The Truth Is A Lie" and "Freedom For...
  • Autechre drop ‘Plus’, the ruder counterpart to their brooding ’Sign’ album, rinsing squashed drums and harsher textured tones in a newly aerated, noisier sort of sound design     If you were left glowing but still hungry for some rufige after ’Sign’, this album’s for you Their staunchest North Manc...
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    Few groups in recent history forged as confounding and alchemical a body of work as Coil, the partnership of Peter 'Sleazy' Christopherson and John Balance From album to album and phase to phase their recordings spelunk perplexing depths of esoteric industrial, occult electronics, and drugged poetry, both embodying and alienating...
  • Secret Pyramid is the nom de nocturne of Vancouver, BC’s resident ambient explorer Amir Abbey Having perfected his brand of elegant elegia over the past decade heard on albums released by illustrious imprints as Students of Decay, Ba-Da-Bing!, and Nice Up International and collaborated with the likes of Loscil, Abbey makes his...
  • Born in a Dalston basement, Quatermass Seven by Little Barrie & Malcolm Catto could only have been produced in the colourful streets of sprawling London Driven by the three contributing musicians’ 25-year plus journey through multiple genres and inspirations, what you hear within its seven tracks is the ‘60s British blues...
  • “Rock and roll was a relief after the rigor of Henry Cow” That was one of the thoughts in Anthony Moore’s brain in the late summer of 1975 Of course, leaving Henry Cow had meant the dissolution of the band he’d founded, Slapp Happy, as the two groups had essentially merged over the previous year Still, there was...
  • Emerging out of Amsterdam’s vibrant squat scene in 1979, The Ex —a name chosen for the ease and speed with which it could be spray-painted onto a wall—have for four decades been an entirely self-sustaining musical entity, charting a course through the global underground with a spirit of freedom and radical...
  • Emerging out of Amsterdam’s vibrant squat scene in 1979, The Ex —a name chosen for the ease and speed with which it could be spray-painted onto a wall – have for four decades been an entirely self-sustaining musical entity, charting a course through the global underground with a spirit of freedom and radical...
  • Double LP version This is Thurston Moore's seventh solo album, and features musicians Deb Googe (My Bloody Valentine) on bass and backing vocals, Jon Leidecker aka "Wobbly" (of Negativland) on electronics, James Sedwards on guitar, and Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley, as well as Jem Doulton, alternating on drums "Hashish", the first...
  • Guerssen Records present a reissue of Eden Rose's On The Way To Eden, originally released in 1970 Proto-progressive, groovy instrumental psychedelia, recorded in France in 1969 by this pre-Sandrose band and released on the tiny Katema label Swirling Hammond grooves by keyboard virtuoso Henri Garella, top guitar playing by...
  • The La's are one of the most enigmatic bands of the last few decades releasing only a handful of singles and one "official" critically acclaimed album (which was disowned by the band itself) Lee Mavers (singer/songwriter) has stated repeatedly, that the closest he came to capturing his perfect vision was with the original...
  • Guerssen Records present a reissue of Forever Amber's The Love Cycle, originally released in 1969 A holy grail item for psychedelic pop aficionados, Forever Amber's The Love Cycle is, along with Dark and the first Complex album, one of a triumvirate of must-have private pressings from the UK Sounding like a blend of Pet Sounds...
  • The mythology that has grown around The La's has made them one of the most enigmatic bands of the last few decades The story began in a hard-hit Liverpool in 1984, when Mike Badger teamed up with local lad Lee Mavers to write and sing their way out of the rut the city was in Over the next two years they co-wrote material inspired...
  • "After a banner year that witnessed Lafawndah release her first album Ancestor Boy, the debut of her soundsystem Fara Fara, and further incursions into film, contemporary art and fashion, the ceaseless artist returns with another plot twist: The Fifth Season Inspired by her encounter with author NK Jemisin's Broken Earth trilogy,...
  • Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records are proud to bring to you a Re-Issue of The Left Outsides LP - “The Shape Of Things To Come” Originally released in 2015 on the Dawn Bird label on vinyl and on CD via Xemu, with the Vinyl edition been long out of print and hard to find The Left Outsides, Mark Nicholas and Alison Cotton...
  • Feedback drenched noise for the classic "France" Demos from Japanese psych noise legend, Les Rallizes Denudes Limited to...
  • Frozen in time over four decades this 1984 "cyclic incantation" combines electroacoustics, grazed euphoria, industrial aesthetics, sampled salvage, and recycled mechanic folk to score a widely revered dystopian physical theatre performance from the UK's hugely influential Impact Theatre Co-Operative From a seminal post-punk...
  • With one foot in the harmony beat-pop of the Hollies and other in the early psychedelic pop experimentation of Revolver-era Beatles (1966) and Syd Barrett's Pink Floyd, The Mirage left behind a string of 45s and unreleased studio recordings, a selection of which is presented here for the first time on LP Featuring UK psych...
  • Heavy Psych Sounds present a reissue Mondo Generator's Dead Planet, originally released in 2006 With Dead Planet, Nick Oliveri has taken a band once considered a side project and turned it into a full-fledged rock and roll powerhouse As has been his trademark when he had written songs with Kyuss or Queens of the Stone Age, this...
  • Heavy Psych Sounds present reissue of Mondo Generator's Cocaine Radio, originally released in 2000 Prior to the formation of Queens of the Stone Age, bassist/singer Nick Oliveri recorded some originals with ex-Kyuss bandmates Josh Homme (guitar) and Brant Bjork (drums), plus Karma To Burn's Rob (drums) and others But once...
  • Try to travel with your mind: back in time, desert lands, cactus, dusty roads and a long journey Think of stopping somewhere beautiful at the end of the trip refreshing your soul with a cold beer and a breathtaking landscape view From The Earth To The Sky And Back is the perfect soundtrack for a mind travel or a real journey on a...
  • Vanish is Julia Reidy's yearning, fat debut for Editions Mego Since 2019, Julia's bubbling 12-string guitar work -- sighing streams of crystal plucks drawn closer or echoing on -- has moored a tactile, ever-lusher sound On "Guitar", the Australian, Berlin-based musician melts down sharp synths; electric fuzz and flex; uncanny...
  • Discos Monterey present reissue of The (St Thomas) Pepper Smelter's Soul & Pepper, originally released in 1969 Once The Shain's had disbanded a new project was born, St Thomas Pepper Smelter Recorded in 1969, with practically the same band members as The Shain's, the band explored darker and psychedelic sounds with covers from...
  • Coming from the same Minneapolis '60s scene which spawned bands like The Litter, Thundertree evolved from garage band The Good Idea In 1970 they released their sole album for the Roulette label: a perfect example of the transition from psychedelia to hard-rock and early progressive sounds Killer fuzzed-out guitar, organ, and...
  • If you went down the wrong alleyway, took a shortcut through the park or crossed the wrong open space after dark in the UK in the 1970s, you stood a fair chance of being accosted by someone with a big mouth, low morals, and some gurning mates to impress, usually reeking of fags and cheap booze and always ready to put the boot in...
  • Double-LP version 180 gram vinyl, white vinyl with black splatters; Gatefold sleeve Damage Control combines both EPs released by The Vacant Lots on Anton Newcombe's label A Recordings: Berlin EP (AUK 124EP, 2016) and Exit EP (AUK 131LP, 2019) All tracks were produced and recorded by Anton Newcombe (Brian Jonestown Massacre) at...
  • Honey Pie Records present a reissue of Roy Ayers's West Coast Vibes, originally released in 1963 West Coast Vibes consists of Roy Ayers's debut recording session and it can be easily seen as the purest jazz statement of his long career Recorded in 1963 and still far from his latter-day funk-fusion output, West Coast Vibes is the...
  • Embryonic Free-Psych-Funk recordings from Parisian teenage improv-prog-combo (including members of French No-No Mod-Rockers Unity "One of the most underrated and misunderstood directors to emerge from the rising smoke of the 1968 Parisian social explosion, Jean Rollin - a director with early links with the Paris underground,...
  • Souffle Continu Records present the first ever reissue of Alain Bellaïche's Sea Fluorescent, originally released in 1976 Frenchman who is on the return from the USA is something unusual Everything seemed to start out well for Alain Bellaïche: Born in Tunis, childhood in Cannes, studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, his...
  • "Black Unity Trio - Al Fatihah quite possibly was the first independently released free jazz record ever Originating in Oberlin, Ohio as the Black Unity Quartet, and ultimately becoming the Trio (Abdul Wadud, Yusuf Mumin, and Hasan Al Hut), the group recorded Al Fatihah in December 24, 1968 at Agency Recording Studio (which was...
  • Pleasure For Music present a reissue of Enoch Light and the Light Brigade's Permissive Polyphonics, originally released in 1970 As if the title doesn't give it away, Permissive Polyphonics finds the king of studio kings attempting to make it in the groovy, quadraphonic age Featuring the gassy "Puppet Man", a futuristic rendition...
  • "First time on vinyl Limited transparent pale blue vinyl A 'best of' collection of their series of eccentric post-punk singles and albums between 1979 and 1982 Described as 'entertaining idiosyncratic experimentalism' ('Who's Who of Indie and New Wave'), but they also have very evident pop sensibilities Best known for their...
  • Following on from his previous debut album Tape 1/Tape 2 on Soundway, Felbm delivers Tape 3/Tape 4: an intimate, emotional, lilting, and melodic solo project These 14 lo-fi, instrumental, jazz-infused sketches were written on guitar, with cascading keyboards, vibraphone, and drum machine Possessing a restorative and soothing...
  • Six great pop standards remembered: five pop songs are dissected by sampler, stretched, compressed, and re-collaged In this way, their identity is lost What remains is a vague concreteness: flashes of déjà vu and remote echoes that evoke the original GES (Gesellschaft zur Emanzipation des Samples) active members: Helmut Schmidt,...
  • Roman Flügel presents: Sister Midnight! What started as a party series that saw Roman inviting friends and favorites is turning into a full-fledged label adventure now Shaped to be the vehicle for old and new Roman Flügel music alike, unreleased surprises and previously released sure shots from the archives, it's the first time...
  • Black Saint Vinyl present a reissue of Frank Lowe's The Flam, originally released in 1975 Frank Lowe, one of the most powerful tenor sax voices in the post-free jazz era and one of the main figures in the mid-70s NY jazz loft scene The Flam recorded and released on Black Saint in 1975 stands as one of Lowe's best albums ever This...
  • Pleasure For Music present a reissue of Mike Melvoin's The Plastic Cow Goes Moooooog, originally released in 1969 With sound engineer and synth wizard Bernie Krause and Paul Beaver on board, this record falls easily in the realm of space-age pop Originally released in 1970 on Dot Records and distributed by Paramount Pictures, the...
  • 2020 repress 2011 release Goodfellas present a reissue of Picchio Dal Pozzo's self-titled album, originally released in 1976 Picchio Dal Pozzo can be considered as the definitive "Canterbury"-inspired band coming from Italy's 1970 progressive rock scene Their 1976 debut album shows an incredibly rich sound tapestry, made out of...
  • Honey Pie Records present a reissue of Philly Joe Jones Sextet's Blues For Dracula, originally released in 1958 Blues For Dracula is the debut album by American jazz drummer Philly Joe Jones which was recorded in 1958 for the Riverside label A former child tap dancer, Philly Joe Jones was destined to become something of a...
  • Before the indie rock scene was blown wide open by Nirvana in the early '90s, the Pixies loomed large on college radio By taking standard pop formats and turning them inside out -- the band spelled out the new commandments of alternarock to a new generation of would-be grunge rockers In March 1987, as the Pixies were just...
  • Souffle Continu Records present the first ever reissue of Steve Potts's Musique Pour Le Film d'Un Ami, originally released in 1975 In 1975, Steve Potts left Steve Lacy for a time to compose Musique Pour Le Film d'Un Ami following the proposition from the film's director Joaquín Lledó With guest musicians of quality and from...
  • "Discovering the wealth of Cambodian recordings was like falling into a parallel universe, complete with its own Elvises, Patsys and Jimis You can recognize some of the anonymous outstanding instrumentalists as they appear on record after record and marvel at their uncanny blend of Western and Far East, a pure synergy Western...
  • Pleasure For Music present a reissue of Don Sebesky's The Distant Galaxy, originally released in 1968 Donald John Sebesky was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, USA, on December 10, 1937; his father worked in a steel-cable factory, his mother was a housewife At the age of eight he started learning the accordion; he later came to...
  • Survival Research present a reissue of Horace Tapscott's Songs Of The Unsung, originally released in 1978 Distinguished Los Angeles-based jazz pianist Horace Tapscott is probably best-known as the founder of the Pan-Afrikan People's Orchestra of PAPA, also known as The Ark, though he began his career as a trombonist, working with...
  • Solo project from Exploded View's Martin Thulin Since 2016, the Swedish born Thulin has been focusing on his band Exploded View, fronted by Anika (Stones Throw, Invada Records), which so far has released three records on Brooklyn based Sacred Bones He has simultaneously produced three albums for the Californian group Crocodiles,...
  • After the 2019 release of their debut album "Dark Smoke", the Danish trio Athletic Progression has gone from strength to strength in Denmark Multiple sold out shows in DK and abroad, as well two Danish Jazz Award nominations - and even one for Danish musician of the year! - later, the group is now ready to release their next...
  • Clear Path Ensemble is the new project and brainchild of Wellington jazz and sonic arts graduate Cory Champion with the help of like-minded artists such as Mara TK, Jake Baxendale, Daniel Hayles and others Also producing left field house and techno under the name Borrowed cs, Clear Path Ensemble is Cory’s first offering to the...
  • GILA is an electronic music producer from Denver, Colorado His debut album, Energy Demonstration, blends bass-heavy, leftfield techno with detailed ambient textures, and showcases GILA's impeccable production style Energy Demonstration - out 20th November on Lex Records - follows earlier, club-focused releases on XL Recordings,...
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