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Repressed 5-song mini-album originally released in 1986 sprung from the French 80’s avant-garde. Experimental jazz and Brazilian percussion are two of the most obvious sounds among many on this album. MATTA previously worked with LAURIE ANDERSON, BRION GYSIN, & DON CHERRY.
Mute are delighted to announce the reissue of Mission Of Dead Souls, the 1981 live album from Throbbing Gristle. Mission Of Dead Souls documents Throbbing Gristle’s last live performance in San Francisco in 1981. It’s a given that Throbbing Gristle’s studio work was noisy and abstract, but more was left […]
“Far From Refuge” their third album was released in April 2007. This 9 track album was recorded between September 2006 – March 2007 and seen a more live band approach. An 11 track version was also released in Japan. In October that year the band embarked on their first long […]
Tomppabeats is back! After the groundbreaking success of his highly acclaimed debut and masterpiece Harbor, with sold out vinyl and cassette editions and millions of views on YouTube and even more listeners on Sound-Cloud and Spotify, the shooting star of beats finally returns with his new album Arcade. All about […]
DM’s first LP, very different from the dark, brooding clang of their subsequent work, though no less wonderful for it. Each imbued with an endearingly naive synth pop sensibility, practically every song on Speak & Spell will be stuck in your head on the first listen. Especially the stone cold […]
We Release Jazz present the official reissue of Eric Demarsan’s original soundtrack of Jean-Pierre Melville’s 1970 film noir classic Le Cercle Rouge. The film stars Alain Delon, Bourvil, Gian Maria Volontè, and Yves Montand. This reissue includes four bonus tracks, not available on previous pressings of the album, Eric Demarsan’s […]
Camel is an English progressive rock group formed in 1971 fronted by Andrew Latimer. Moonmadness was their fourth album and the last to feature the original band’s line-up, and was released in 1976. The album has an overall theme but was a loose concept based on the individual personalities that […]
Coming out of the boiling Munich scene of the sixties that also gave us the original Amon Düül (Thom Argauer had played in a dixieland band with Chris Karrer in the late 60s, actually), Siloah are one of the best kept secrets of the krautrock production. Siloah had a hard […]
For the past two years, Nils Frahm has been building a brand new studio and making music at Funkhaus in Berlin. Out of that time came not only his 7th album, the universally acclaimed All Melody, but a huge amount of additional material, of which Encores 1 is the first […]
The long-awaited follow up to Washington’s debut The Epic, Heaven and Earth is comprised of two halves, which find Washington confronting quotidian realities with cosmic themes. A further investigation of Washington’s world building ideas, the new album explores his reckoning with current global chaos and his vision for the future. […]
Compilation of SAM COOKE’s great production work for his independent SAR label. SAR Records was founded by Sam Cooke and JW ALEXANDER in 1959 and closed in 1965, shortly after Sam passing away.. Nobody knows knows what “SAR” stood for. Sam kept that secret and died with it. They had […]
It’s rare to come across a debut album that delights and surprises in equal measure, but that’s exactly what you can expect from Human Call, the first full-length excursion from daydreaming dancefloor fusionists Earthboogie. The East London-based duo of Izaak Gray and Nicola Robinson has previous form when it comes […]
VAKULA debuts a new alter ego for this 4-tracker composed of 3 meditative ambient electronic pieces and the deep dub techno of “AFTERNOON” that opens the B-side.
Kamaal Williams has described The Return, his debut solo album, as “a natural evolution from the Yussef Kamaal project”. Yet while that was made in collaboration with drummer Yussef Kamaal and played around with jazz in its myriad forms, The Return sees the man sometimes known as Henry Wu stamp […]
2002’s Title TK saw the band work with Steve Albini once more, with the Guardian saying it was “a welcome return to punky pop that knows how to flex some melodic muscle.” The album has been out of print on vinyl since its release.
We live in an era when “change” is a soundbite to sell more of the same old ideas, and “revolution” has more to do with social trends than social change. Will Long’s deep house debut on Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings examines that pack of lies dubbed “change” from the sweaty […]
Wata Igarashi’s mind-bending Question And Answer EP is his second release on The Bunker New York. According to Igarashi, the Question And Answer EP is “about communication and connections, so it makes sense for it to be on The Bunker NY, a label that features so many friends and artists […]