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  • Plantasia Audiophile Edition is a 2xLP pressed at 45rpm from a deluxe remastering of the original master tapes If you purchased a snake plant, asparagus fern, peace lily, or what have you from Mother Earth on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles (or bought a Simmons mattress from Sears), you also took home Plantasia, an album recorded...
  • 'Monument' is a fitting title for the third album by Belarusian trio Molchat Doma The album sees the band return as conquering heroes, expanding on the minimalist works of 'S Krysh Nashikh Domov' and 'Etazhi' to fully realize a more maximalist vision of their crystalline post-punk sound Written and recorded while the band was...
  • A collection of rare and unreleased recordings from the archives of electronic music pioneer Mort Garson, composer of Mother Earth's Plantasia The compilation plays like an ultimate Mort Garson playlist, and includes alternate takes of Plantasia tracks, music for never-aired radio advertisements, themes for science fiction...
  • Black Mass is an album of supernatural electronics from synth pioneer Mort Garson, the mastermind behind the cult classic Mother Earth's Plantasia Originally released in 1971, it’s his only release under the Lucifer moniker, and it taps into a profound darkness that may surprise fans of his sunnier work These...
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    The pioneering electronic composer Mort Garson (Mother Earth's Plantasia) takes on supernatural phenomena with lush synth grooves on The Unexplained, his only release under the name Ataraxia Subtitled Electronic Musical Impressions of the Occult, the album explores tarot, astral projection, seances, and more with...
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    In 1974, Jeremiah Sand and his nascent cult The Children Of The New Dawn decamp LA for the Shasta Mountain region and Redding, CA  They set up shop, begin printing leaflets, hold gatherings and start growing their ranks through recruitment  Jeremiah and the Children are not necessarily an odd addition to Redding in 1974 ...
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