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  • '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...
  • ‘Magic Oneohtrix Point Never’ is titled after the mispronunciation of Magic 1067, a local radio station in Boston, Massachusetts; the state where Daniel Lopatin aka 0PN grew up, and where the album was created The radio station’s adult contemporary programming is a formative and enduring influence on 0PN’s music, and...
  • The different seeds that have been planted throughout the life of Croatian Amor come to bloom on All In The Same Breath, affirming an equilibrium that's all its own Spiraling through the half-light electronics are gentle bumps and breaks that are layered into moments of elevation A coarse edge remains just an arm's length away,...
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    Repress! Come join Spaniard Juan Alberto Arteche Guel and his musical co-adventurers on their good ship Finis Africae on an imagined musical journey along the Amazon This is a reissue of their 1990 album, a rare and highly sought-after Balearic classic, Guel's masterpiece Finis Africae was part of the musical flourishing that...
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    Waxwork Records is proud to release John Carpenter’s Escape From New York Expanded Original Motion Picture Score Released in 1981, Escape From New York is a science fiction action film co-written and co-scored by John Carpenter starring Kurt Russell, Donald Pleasence, Adrienne Barbeau, and Harry Dean Stanton The film is...
  • The story of how Transatlantyk came to be is, in many ways, one typical of our times We've grown accustomed to being isolated, even stranded, in recent months, and Technology has become our means of overcoming these aspects of quarantine For Lübeck-based producer David Hanke, aka Keno, and Los Angeles-based musician Tristan de...
  • Last Rights is the seventh studio album by Canadian electro-industrial band Skinny Puppy originally released in March 1992 Last Rights was well received and named by Alternative Press as one of the best albums of the 1990s and was the band's first release to chart on the Billboard 200 Last Rights saw the band experimenting with...
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    Silicon Scally is the most prolific of Carl Finlow's projects, and on Dormant, the third Silicon Scally release for Sheffield's Central Processing Unit, Finlow constructs four pieces of broken-beat electro "From the opening cut 'V Electro' to Dormant's closing title-track, Finlow's production is incredibly detailed here These...
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    The publication of "Jet Sounds" in October 2000 and its subsequent release on the international market represented the turning point from the initial productions carried forward by Schema and the new course taken by the label reaching sales of 40,000 copies and still counting It's the year 2000 and the avant-garde of the new jazz...
  • Six years before the release of his landmark Mother Earth’s Plantasia LP, composer and arranger Mort Garson met experimental film director Skip Sherwood, who was interested in an electronic score for his new movie, Didn’t You Hear While not much is known now about the exact nature of their collaboration, we have Garson’s...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Byron The Aquarius is no stranger to true music fans In January 2020 he gathered his friend musicians in Atlanta for a session of a few days at Patchwerk Studios under Jeff Mills's supervision The result is a fantastic mix between soulful house and jazz music with a touch of blues When Byron The Aquarius talks about live...
  • 2020 repress Hallucinations storm the border between wakefulness and sleep Accurate perceptions give way to distorted visions, senses torn and split through Borne of mutual inspiration, legendary duo Dopplereffekt and sonic adventurer Objekt present Hypnagogia, a split 12" on Leisure System, with each transmission derived from a...
  • 2020 repress Dopplereffekt present Athanatos, their fourth release for Leisure System, including a stunning collaboration with Carsten Nicolai and Olaf Bender Advancing the concepts of growth and decay considered in Cellular Automata, the duo of Rudolf Klorzeiger and To-Nhan explore the genetic conditions behind mortality in five...
  • 2020 repress Detroit enigma Dopplereffekt has been resurrected, emerging from a grave of jagged detritus and techno trash for their first release since 2007 Dopplereffekt has always preferred mystery and myth, and the Tetrahymena EP on Leisure System is a scorching assertion of their capacity for hallucinogenic abrasion...
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    Etrusca 3D is a new band that merges two current audio and visual artists from the 21st Century: Francesco Cavaliere and Spencer Clark The album is the first to be released by Spencer Clark's label Pacific City Discs, as a subsidiary and in collaboration with Discrepant "One cannot underestimate the result of stating the names...
  • Original artwork by Theo Ellsworth Mastered by Noel Summerville 2x12", 180 gram vinyl; gatefold...
  • Electronic music's Renaissance man Travis Stewart, better known as Machinedrum, is prepping for his biggest and boldest release to date with label Ninja Tune- Vapor City - the first full-length offering since his critically-heralded Room(s) in 2011 Between now and then, his output has been an unrelenting stream of versatility with...
  • ‘Heartbreak’ sees Simon Green, aka Bonobo team up with fellow producer Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs to deliver a dancefloor-driven 12” that builds on some of the foundations of electronic music, tracing a line from 1980’s NYC through to the warehouse parties of today Lead single “Heartbreak”—released...
  • Do you know that feeling when you first hear music, and you realise that you may have stumbled across something that will become a part of your life forever Music that gradually unlocks those treasured endorphins and lets them loose to run throughout your very being Blue States ‘Nothing Changes Under the Sun’ is one of those...
  • Mathematics strikes back! The second of three albums released in 1999 for the Rephlex label, Samurai Math Beats exists somewhere between the outsider jungle mined by labelmates Aphex Twin and Squarepusher (dubbed “drill’n’bass”) and the sun-bleached public information music of Warp artists such as Plone and Boards Of...
  • Named after the geographic formations of the seismically volatile Cascadian coastal mountains, loscil’s coast/range/arc// reissue features new artwork and an additional track Remastered by James Plotkin and available on vinyl for the first...
  • During the transitional period in which Coil’s primary leadership (Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson and John Balance) reorganized their creative direction by taking on new membership in the group through their inclusion of Drew McDowall, Coil took a drastic turn towards the metaphysical unknown Employing the subtle handiwork of...
  • New York artist Tor Lundvall's music often evokes a sense of soft-focus autumnal melancholia but nowhere is this atmosphere more explicit and evocative than his self-released 2006 holiday album, Yule, newly reissued by Dais Records Inspired by childhood memories of “cold, dark evenings” waiting for his mother outside shops and...
  • 2020 repress Cellular Automata is the new album from Dopplereffekt (Rudolf Klorzeiger and To-Nhan), their first in ten years since 2007's Calabi Yau Space on Rephlex Cellular Automata approaches mathematical growth and decay as an iterative process, with each data input considered individually relative to the overall model The...
  • Rare tracks taken from key albums from Spanish / Balearic Islands musician Joan Bibiloni’s extensive career focusing on the period 1982 to 1989 This will continue the NuNorthern Soul Selected Works series, following on from the x2 Ryo Kawasaki EPs released One of those was a RSD release in 2017 Vinyl will be black, sleeve notes...
  • There was huge demand on the first issue - now released in a standard edition Limited Be Quick! Hot double LP of beats and scattered rhymes (JPEGMAFIA, Retro X & Jeshi feature) from this highly inventive producer Having gained notoriety for his work with Frank Ocean and Travis Scott among others, Only Diamonds Cut Diamonds is...
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    2LP Over the past decade, SUED co-founder SW has arranged the building blocks of dreamy rave and techno music-billowing pads, undulating sub-bass and adroit, nuanced drum programming-into and novel dance floor structures TRUElipS, SW’s first full album since 2016 and his first for Avenue 66, is a beguiling, fully-realised...
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    Having shied away from full-length releases since 2014’s The Rites of Wrong, Irish producer Jonny Dillon aka Automatic Tasty breaks his fantastic run of genre-pushing contemporary acid 12” and EPs with what may just turn out to be his opus You’ll Never Work In This Town Again sees Automatic Tasty consolidate his singular...
  • Composed, produced, and arranged by Eartheater alone, Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin draws a path back to the primordial lava lake from which she first emerged, as it also testifies to the reincarnating resurrections the project has undergone over its first full decade of existence While the album renews her focus on guitar...
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    ‘Sign’ is Autechre’s first new album-album proper since ‘Elseq’ and contains some of their most emosh compositions in eons, perhaps since ‘Tri Repetae’ Practically pocket-sized in comparison to their sprawling torrent of live material and radio recordings in recent years, ’Sign’ is a return to the sort of...
  • Dark Entries is humbled to continue digging through the archives of legendary producer Patrick Cowley While best known for his production on chart-topping cybernetic disco anthems such as Sylvester’s “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)” or his own “Menergy”, Cowley, who passed away from AIDS-related illness in 1982, left us...
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    2020 repress #8 on Pitchfork's "50 Best Ambient Albums of All Time" list To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Deep Listening, Important Records offer a definitive double-LP combining the classic, complete original 1989 release with selected tracks from the Deep Listening Band's 1991 album, The Ready Made Boomerang Recorded in a...
  • "Laibach is art, but more than just art Founded on 1st June 1980 in the then heavy industrial Yugoslavian town of Trbovlje (today a city in central Slovenia), the band took their name after the German designation of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana which was undesirable in Yugoslavia during the Tito's and post-Tito era In 1987...
  • Lunch Money Life make apocalypse music, impossible to categorise, rich in texture, immersing the listener in a world of disgust and yearning - 'Immersion Chamber' is the perfect embodiment of that Full of foreboding energy, restless beats and agitated noise: it's mardy electronics married with tense jazz-tinged and combative...
  • "Martin Rev is known as the music-writer half of the legendary NYC duo Suicide, who pioneered a revolution in electronic sound in the late 1970s Suicide's rough hypnotic and minimalist sound paved the way for most of the electronic bands of the 1980s and set the base for the following emergence of techno/electronica In his solo...
  • Finders Keepers' continued and unwaning commitment to preserving the archives of composer Suzanne Ciani pays off in an avalanche of dividends with this latest master tape discovery, placing further markers in the historical development of electronic music and cinematic composition Developed at a lesser-documented axis combining...
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    KEN KESEY's Ultra Rare 1966 studio recording of the Acid Test with THE GRATEFUL DEAD Legendary documentation of the 1965-66 Bay Area Acid Test scene from 14 hours of the actual trip (recorded in a studio) Lots of amazing mind games and word play with Ken Kesey and KEN BABBS in good form Ad libbed poetry, fractured harmonica...
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    In these strange and viral times, music may not be able to save but it can certainly salve; and we’ve never needed such unguents as we do now Thank goodness for Hot Chip, then If you’ve ever wondered what a bath full of ecstasy might actually sound like then step this way, take off your bathrobe and relax into this aural...
  • Los Angeles-based harpist Mary Lattimore returns with Silver Ladders, the full-length follow-up to acclaimed album Hundreds of Days Since 2018, Lattimore has toured internationally, released collaborative albums with artists such as Meg Baird and Mac McCaughan, and shared a friends-based remix album featuring artists such as...
  • Veteran NYC based Scottish electronic musician Drew McDowall's latest work is his loftiest, most liturgical, and least industrial outing to date — and potentially the apex of his recent discography Named after an ancient Greek word for votive offering, Agalma exudes a hooded, devotional aura, creaking and keeling under vast...
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    It’s been four years since Sweatbox Dynasty, the fourth solo LP from Pennsylvanian experimentalist TOBACCO In that time, Tom Fec’s project has toured with Nine Inch Nails, provided the theme song to HBO series Silicon Valley, and teamed with Aesop Rock for a collaborative album as Malibu Ken He now returns to Ghostly...
  • Nu Vision is Nipponese modernist kosmische that is therapeutic, multicolored, and strange "With chopped-up kabuki howls and moonlit koto plucks placed ecstatically around floral billows of ambience and candy-coated synthesis, it at least approximates a picture-book about traditional Japan cut-up and recombined to become...
  • William Basinski’s Sparkle Division drop this sexy bomb of an album for optimum distraction from the world outside, properly surprising this one Working closely with his studio guy, Preston Wendel, Basinski reveals a whole other side to his vibe, cracking out his sax in sultry and free-jazzing style over killer rhythm tracks...
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