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  • When The Coral first arrived on the scene in 2001 with their EP Shadows Fall, the British press hailed them as their answer to the The Strokes NME called The Coral the best new band in England Their fervent originality struck a chord that kept on ringing until their 2002 self-titled debut release That's when the praise really...
  • London-based artist Wordcolour returned in late 2021 with a playful new single ‘Bluster’ and now to follow up, here are three new editions of the track from DJ Python, Djrum and The Soft Pink Truth Leading with Djrum’s dizzying remix, the full release will drop on 12” vinyl and digital, 1st April The original single was...
  • The Swedish duo's mini-album touches upon a variety of moods, tones, beats and grooves that eschew genre and definition - seamlessly blending acid disco, thumping techno, rock, dub, acoustic instrumentation and more “The album is deeply rooted in a feeling of liminality,” say Mount Liberation Unlimited duo Tom and Niklas...
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    Bringing together therapeutic frequencies, forest bathing, and binaural sound, Hinako Omori's “a journey” combines inner healing and natural landscapes into in an immersive cartography of the mind in ambient electronics The album progresses not track by track but as a continuous journey; a stream of consciousness tracing hills...
  • The first gatefold edition ever made of these live recordings at the Montreux Jazz Festival with new specially prepared liner notes by renowned Penguin Guide to Jazz and BBC writer BRIAN MORTON 1969 Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album One of Bill Evans’ best live albums, on At the Montreux Jazz Festival the legendary...
  • Vibraphonist and composer Joel Ross returns with stunning conviction on The Parable of the Poet, an expansive album-length suite composed by Ross The album embodies his collaborative spirit and finds him exploring new territory with his eight-piece Parables band featuring Immanuel Wilkins on alto saxophone, Maria Grand on tenor...
  • 2022 repress Reissue, originally released in 1984 Roots...
  • 2022 limited restock Alga Marghen presents a reissue of Intersystems' Peachy (1967) The sound work of Intersystems cannibalized stray bits of McLuhanism, psychedelia, Cagean experimentalism, and even the modernist gestural strains of nascent electronic music, yet it was all couched within a very particular DIY ethos Peachy pushes...
  • Alga Marghen presents a reissue of Intersystems' Free Psychedelic Poster Inside (1968) Intersystems occupied a difficult-to-reach critical nook between the many tropes that had established to frame the various artistic trends of 1960s Announcing itself with a quivering beam of fluorescent sound, the beginning of Intersystems' Free...
  • Vinyl reissue of an album originally released in 2015 While most ensembles are driven by personalities, the Necks are powered by an idea A very large and simple idea -- which now seems completely obvious but only because the Necks thought of it and made it work Now their pleasure is sequentially to re-imagine and explore that idea...
  • A sprawling collection by Belgian loner blues savant Bram Devens aka Ignatz encapsulating the mystery, murk, and melancholy of his uncanny craft at its most windswept and wayward Originally issued via Goaty Tapes in September of 2015, this long-anticipated vinyl edition expands the saga with an additional 17 minutes of archival...
  • Limited reissue of the style-defining Booka Shade classic Movements, originally released in 2006 First time on 180 gram vinyl and expanded with four tracks that have never been released on vinyl before, including the club hits "Mandarin Girl" and "Body Language (Interpretation)" Movements marked the international breakthrough for...
  • Nepumuk/Knowsum glides onto the Growing Bin Records under his given name, living his best life in this lush loungecore fantasy Eyebrow raised and hips unlocked, Nelson Brandt strolls through affluent funk, sun-blushed boogie and slacker soul to deliver a playful pop masterpiece A revered MC and renowned beat maker, his...
  • Double LP version Back in April of 2021, Modeselektor released Extended (MONKEY 111CD/CS), a mixtape consisting entirely of their own brand-new material Up next, the Berlin duo presents their new album EXTLP, filled with 15 full-length versions of selected tracks from the mixtape EXTLP is very much rooted in bombastic rave sounds,...
  • You can't keep a good thing down: 99 marks the triumphant and long overdue return of Matthew Edwards's Rekid project More than just Radio Slave records slowed down, his alter ego preferably ploughs the field between ambient excursions, downtempo hypnotism, sample sculptures and the general space in between raves Since its first...
  • Originally released in 2007 After a very long time researching the archives of the most important record labels of Peru, we present volume one of Gozalo! ("enjoy it!") a collection of this country's best artists during the '60s and '70s Peru, surely not a heavyweight champion of well-known music, at least in Europe or North...
  • Alga Marghen present the first ever release of Illuminations, or Charlemagne Palestine and Simone Forti duo interactions, illuminated with dim red lights In early 1970 Mort Subotnick asked Charlemagne Palestine to join his soon to be created Media Department at the new "Dream School of the Future" endowed by the Disneys to be...
  • Alga Marghen presents the second and final chapter in documenting Charlemagne Palestine and Simone Forti seminal collaborations The Meditative Sound Environments LP is more centered around electronic music and also includes a unique two-voice work based on Simone's chanting, the magically suspended "Simone Tape" All the tracks of...
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    Limited restock "November 4, 1966 recording of a performance at Valleydale Ballroom in Columbus, Ohio So its Velvet's classic 1st line up, with Nico Banana album Almost perform entirely On top it contains complete un-edited takes of 'Melody Laughter' and 'The Nothing Song' (it clocks 23 minutes something!) where the band performs...
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    "April 30, 1967 recording of a performance at The Gymnasium (424 E 71st St) in New York City So its Velvet's White Light/White Heat period in full gloom In fact, it contains the first public performance of 'Sister Ray' (it clocks 19:10"! ) and the previously unreleased songs 'I'm Not a Young Man Anymore' and the R&B number...
  • ‘The DNA of DMA’ is the sound of an early 20-something studio engineer rush-recording a slew of his own post-punk tracks into electronic form It’s a recording that sets the blueprint for what would become known as the ‘Genetic sound’ – a sound that would rapidly dominate the airwaves the world...
  • Dj Cam Quartet is a live jazzy hip hop side project from DJ CAM DJ CAM is recognised for playing an essential part in the world’s music scene since 1994 Diggin is a classic Hip Hop Jazz album , hard to find in vinyl Dj Cam Quartet made more than 10 Millions streaming in 2021 A must have in every record collection He helped...
  • XKatedral Anthology I is the first in a series of archival releases dedicated to presenting music by XKatedral affiliated composers working within the realm of slowly evolving harmonic and timbral music This double-vinyl set contains an array of pieces dating from 2010 - 2020 Four of the works included here were originally...
  • Properly absorbing electronic enigmas from Zaheer Gulamhusein (Xvarr, Waswaas) and Justin Tripp (Georgia), following their noses down the rabbit hole into aether-chamber interzones adjacent to Coil, Conrad Schnitzler, Werkbund, and Jeff Mills’ deep space missions A strong case of two artists transcending the sum of their parts,...
  • Seattle’s art-core outfit These Arms Are Snakes never really fit in anywhere Over the course of their 2003 debut EP they vacillated between epileptic fits of ‘90s DIY post-hardcore, woozy narcotic jam-outs, fortified classic rock riffage, and slow-churning cataclysmic dirges The band continued on a path made even more...
  • Originally released in a very limited capacity in 2001, Maserati’s debut album finally gets reissued on all formats to commemorate the band’s 20th anniversary Remastered from the original master tapes by Josh Bonati, 37:29:24 featured Maserati’s original lineup of Coley Dennis, Matt Cherry, Steve Scarborough, and...
  • The third LP from Mary Lattimore, released via Ghostly International (Tobacco, Dabrye), sees her expanding her sound far beyond her ever-present harp Electric guitar, voice, piano, synth and more all crop up across the seven tracks that make up Hundreds Of Days It is a testament to Lattimore’s compositional nous that these new...
  • Anybody who has witnessed a live performance of Anna von Hausswolff and band can attest to the extraordinary and commanding nature of the experience The distinctive music, as captured across five full-length albums, comes to life, shifting from hypnotic and mantra-like moods to thunderous drama, dissonance and cacophony The...
  • In the first years of its existence, starting in 1997, the Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet worked as a collective, inviting all and any of its participants to contribute compositions to the band's repertoire Eventually, the Tentet would jettison scores and pre-planned structures altogether, opting for free improvisation, but on...
  • Finders Keepers presents this uber-rare soundtrack to a film that never existed, performed by an imaginary pop group Incredible Polanski inspired German hip-hop psychsploitation beats from 1969 You couldn't script it You are nineteen minutes and twenty-two seconds in to your peak-season cruise around the kraut-schlock peripheries...
  • Back in 1968 a pair of Germanic behind-the-scenes sound librarians called Horst Ackermann and Heribert Thusek left a tiny, but indelible, pinprick on the history of German pop in the misshaped form of a sexy horror cash-in concept album called Dracula's Music Cabinet (FKR 019X-LP) Shelved at a micro-cosmic axis where krautrock...
  • Tibor Szemző presents two compositions on his new album Snap #2: The Other Shore & Cuba As the title implies, Snap #2 can be considered a sequel to his cult album Snapshot from the Island In that first album the island was a metaphor for isolation and now Snap #2 offers Szemző's reflections of his visits to real islands,...
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    Vampisoul present a first time reissue of Wganda Kenya's self-titled album, originally released in 1976 According to Fruko, Wganda Kenya was formed at the request of José María Fuentes in 1974 Fuentes came to Fruko with the proposal to assemble a group with an African and Caribbean sound in order to appeal to the Costeño...
  • Vampisoul present a first-time vinyl reissue of Os Sambeatles' self-titled album, originally released in 1966 Rare 1966 Brazilian LP with a jazz/bossa nova take on songs by the Beatles performed by the very talented Manfredo Fest and his trio It was originally released right after their classic 1965 RGE album and has a very...
  • Vampisoul present the first-time vinyl reissue of Sambrasa Trio's Em Som Maior, originally released in 1965 Samba jazz gem recorded by Airto Moreira on drums, Humberto Clayber on double bass, and Hermeto Pascoal on piano in the early days of their careers As the original notes states, the recording session of the album was such a...
  • Compilation of early 60s singles by the master!!! The Jet, Twistin' USA, The Twist, Let's Twist Again - 1962 Çit Çit Twist, Dream Girl, Kizilciklar, Urfa'nin Etrafi - 1963 Recorded at Grafson...
  • When a band names itself after one of the best songs of one of the best bands of all time, namely "Sophisticated Boom Boom" by the Shangri-Las, that's quite an statement Or rather a promise And Sophisticated Boom Boom keep this promise on their singular self-titled album from 1982 origianlly released on Off Course Records, the...
  • Carambolage never set out to be a "girl band" but they were one of the first German new wave bands whose members were all female The punk alliance comprising Britta Neander, Elfie-Esther Steitz and Angie Olbrich emerged organically from the environs of Ton Steine Scherben, friends united by a common interest in musical...
  • Magazine announce the album Waves 2 by Curd Duca, the second part of the trilogy Waves: Austrian electronic composer Curd Duca is widely known for his 1990s series of critically acclaimed easy listening 1-5 (Normal) and elevator 1-3 (Mille Plateaux) After a long break from the studio, Duca has issued part 1 of the Waves series in...
  • Double LP version Includes three bonus tracks French pianist Vanessa Wagner continues her exploration of the minimalist repertoire by introducing her audience to pieces, many rare or unpublished, by acclaimed composers, young pianists, and genre-bending personalities from the ambient and electronic scenes In France or even Europe,...
  • 2022 repress Danish trio Tomas Barfod, Tomas Høffding and Jeppe Kjellberg aka WhoMadeWho have paved an illustrious career spanning numerous singles and two acclaimed full-length albums They have certainly been one of the few acts in the past decade to successfully redefine the term "crossover" in music, thanks to their...
  • Richard Pinhas' album Iceland was first released in 1979 and is his third solo work, also the first after the split from Heldon This album seems like a long, inward-looking journey and is like a kind of counter-point to the expansive sci-fi worlds and the bombastic prog of Heldon; on Iceland you will find long, sublime tracks next...
  • 2022 restock Trading Places present a reissue of Sir Lord Baltimore's self-titled album, originally released in 1971 Fresh from their US tour supporting Black Sabbath, Brooklyn-based heavy metal trio Sir Lord Baltimore expanded to a quartet for the recording of their self-titled sophomore album, released by Mercury in late 1971...
  • Knitting Factory Records reissues Fela Kutis No Agreement on vinyl LP previously only available as part of the Box Set series No Agreement is sometimes overlooked among Felas 1977 releases eclipsed by albums such as JJD Johnny Just Drop and Sorrow Tears and Blood yet it is among his best records of the period It features an...
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    The first time Gentleman has been made available on individual vinyl since its original release in 1973 The father of Afrobeat Fela Kuti pulls no punches with Gentleman, big band groove for days with serious and equally big messages The title track being an opposition to the west, Fefe Naa Efe a tribute to Ghana, and Igbe...
  • "IBTIHALAT is a wildly futuristic album of chromium-plated sound design, hi-end micro-sampling techniques, algorithmic psychoacoustics and field recordings, with a strong grasp of history, tradition and complex rhythmic structures It's an album that never loses its momentum with precision-engineered experimental club velocity -...
  • Recorded back in 1999, 'Half a Dove in New York, Half a Dove in Buenos Aires' is the recorded debut of a NetCast improv between deep listening pioneer Pauline Oliveros and Argentinian free music trio Reynols >> a fascinating early example of the internet’s capacity to foster remote creativity in-the-moment that deploys...
  • Genius-level, fractal re-arrangement from Keith Fullerton Whitman on his first vinyl release in what feels like years, here blessing Japan’s NAKID label with a new instalment in his forever-evolving ‘Generators' project, arcing from bleeping post-Kosmische sounds into completely unexpected drum mutations in footwork and grime...

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