Archive for the Finders Keepers Category
Compiled with unparalleled access to his private studio vault, Finders Keepers present the first-ever collection of Gökçen Kaynatan’s pioneering early electronic works. Featuring a selection of his experimental pop and rock recordings dating from as early as the 1968.
This musical mausoleum of malformed freak funk and dreadful discothèque pop has been resurrected from the maligned cinematic subculture of Bombay’s bloodthirsty horror film industry and witnesses the cognoscenti of the Bollywood pop scene at their most creative, destructive, and experimentally effective. Bollywood Bloodbath features India’s finest composers, such as […]
Imagine, if you will, a foreboding homemade electro-acoustic, new age, synth-driven, proto-techno, imaginary world music created on a Portastudio soundtrack for a Polish-made animated fantasy based on a Finnish modern folk tale and created for German and Austrian TV, composed in 1982 by two politically-driven post-punk theater performers from a […]
Finders Keepers tap into yet more Ciani gold with these stunning sessions from 1975. The performances date from the time when Ciani was an employee of the Buchla synthesizer company, a keyboard-free instrument also used by Silver Apples of the Moon composer Morton Subotnick. The recordings were made at the […]
From the same vibrant cinematic landscape of 70s studio supergroups as Goblin, The Pawnshop, The Group and The Braen’s Machine comes The Magnetic System – the Italian incognito dream team comprised of Milano prog keyboardist Vince Tempera and Cinevox sibling Franco Bixio and launched the career of Video Nasty maestro […]
Finders Keepers follow up their instant classic ‘Pomegranates’ compilation of Persian Pop music from the 1970’s with a whole album dedicated to the mighty Googoosh. In Iran in the 1970’s, Googoosh was a legend, she was the voice of a country until political change forced what was a liberated society […]