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    Mesmerising gamelan and synth works from Glasgow’s Komodo Kolektif - a group of well studied, veteran multi-instrumentalists who have been compared with Psychick Warriors Of Gaia, Cyclobe and Insanlar’s Kime Ne Using saron, gender, and kempul gongs loaned from Glasgow’s Gamelan Naga Mas ensemble - which includes two...
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    New International Extraterrestrial Music from Torom Recommended if you like Ramzi & Four Tet Leeds based Torom brings some immaculate fourth world chugging beats - a tight concoction of the primitive and the futuristic - tied together for both the dancefloor and at home listening A real journey into sound and a must have...
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    Reptant's debut release on Die Orakel is an n-dimensional array of five seriously electro flavoured composites on vinyl (and digital, that is) The Melbourne based producer starts off quirky, fast-paced and slightly acidic, skillfully swerving into the laid-back leftfield of mid-to-late 90s UK IDM At either tempi, The New Adaptive...
  • Peshekhod, the debut album from Dima Pantyushin & Sasha Lipsky, oscillates through an immaculate synth-pop ecosystem in which every shift feels both accurate in its absurdity and divinely danceable A window into the inner life of a wandering Muscovite, Peshekhod is a picaresque in miniature, a record that explores the stations...
  • Satomimagae’s Hanazono is an invitation to revel in your immediate and imagined surroundings, to make time and space for guileless curiosity and garden variety enchantment A tribute to everyday mysticism, Hanazono is an ecology of simple, cyclical refrains and elegiac entreaties cross-pollinating with ludic and layered folk...
  • Luca Yupanqui was not yet born when she recorded her debut album The music on the aptly titled Sounds of the Unborn is the expression of life in its cosmic state — pre-mind, pre-speculation, pre-influence, and pre-human It is the first album created by a person while they were still inside the womb, the...
  • THIS IS A PREORDER ONLY We are expecting to have this in shop towards the end of May and will only be getting a limited amount A boxset compiling the series of inter-related releases that Late Music put out in 2020 - the double album Cantus, Descant, the two disc live set Figures In Open Air, and Laurus, an extended EP of...
  • Orginially released on Sub Rosa in 2000, in between the band's 'Per Aspera Ad Astra' and 'The Tired Sounds of' albums, this classic Stars of the Lid release has been out of print for years Now available again courtesy of kranky (coinciding nicely with the release of Stars of the Lid member Adam Wiltzie's sublime debut album under...
  • Another commanding performance from Brian Mcbride and Adam Wiltzie, the opening "Central Texas" setting the tone with the distant sound of fading breath, slow paced, barely audible, full of life When it comes to genre-defining releases, even releases that define a band's career, few sum up ambient music, and the work of Stars...
  • Syrinx’s path veered from the dominant modes of ‘70s subculture, their version of chamber pop hybridized with wild, whimsical electronic experimentation charting new territory in the under and overground Formed by composer John Mills-Cockell after the dissolution of Intersystems, Syrinx’s two adventurous albums, Syrinx and...
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    Artificial Dance chronicles K Leimer's complete collaborative venture as Savant and explores the unpredictable alchemy of music made in chance environments For fans of Brian Eno & David Byrne's My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, Artificial Dance is a revelatory document of tape spliced funk, fourth-world foraging, and...
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    Breadwoman is a being who exists outside of time, yet surfaced on tape during the perfect storm of performance art, renegade DIY avant-garde, gallery culture, and esoteric mysticism of early 80s Los Angeles This reintroduction of Anna Homler and Steve Moshier’s first cassette collaboration - accompanied by two additional pieces...
  • A Period of Review (Original Recordings: 1975 - 1983) unearths unheard portions of K Leimer’s vast archives and highlights the work of a self-taught visionary whose use of generative compositions ferried his music to infinite resonance With its hypnotic, arcadian terraces and nearly narcotic glacial beauty,A Period of Review has...
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    Synthesist is the debut album by Harald Grosskopf, the enigmatic percussionist behind Ash Ra Tempel, Klaus Schulze, and Cosmic Jokers Originally released by Sky Records in 1980, RVNG Intl celebrates the 30th year anniversary with this newly mastered and packaged reissue Berlin, Germany, summer of 1979, Harald Grosskopf, then 30...
  • Kai Hugo works in two guises Palmbomen is a group-oriented collaboration suited for live dynamics and instrumentation, while Palmbomen II is geared toward solitary production with an austere toolset: classic sequencers, time-tested drum machines and their contemporary counterparts Hugo’s foray as Palmbomen II makes its debut on...
  • Raymond Scott (1908-1994) was a renowned bandleader, composer and pianist from the 1930s to the 1950s Many of his playful riffs, originally recorded from 1937 to 1939 by the Raymond Scott Quintette, are genetically encoded in every earthling, having covered by many artists while also being adapted for cartoons like 'Bugs Bunny',...
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    Raymond Scott recorded 'Soothing Sounds For Baby' in 1963 using electronic devices such as the Ondioline, homemade rhythm and tone generators, and tape echo This series of "aural toys" was designed for babies in three age groups (1-6 months, 6-12 months, and 12-18 months) The simple rhythms and melodies were intended to be...
  • Kimberlin is an experimental film based on the discovery of an underground cinema cavern on Portland, an island connected to England’s mainland by a long pebble causeway known as the Chesil Beach Dubbed the Isle of Slingers by author Thomas Hardy, due to the legendary ability of Portlanders to deter encroaching enemies with the...
  • Inspired by the infinitely numbered harmonies transmitted by Vista, a benevolent being from a distant dimension, Iasos broke ground for a new age of electronic sound manipulation His was pioneering work—done from a bohemian boat-slip home office—on some of the first commercially available synthesizers and, on stage, into the...
  • Palmbomen II returns with Memories of Cindy, an intimate collection of eulogic, supernatural house music made for a muse and to bemuse those who make (first) contact A haunted memory hole of hardware grooves, celestial synth pads and lonesome vocals, Kai Hugo’s warped west coast vantage has never seemed so surreal but...
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    2020 repress "Arthur Russell's most extraordinary work, World of Echo is reissued in this remastered vinyl edition by Audika Records 18 tracks are featured including drumless versions of his disco classics 'Let's Go Swimming,' 'Tree House,' and 'Wax The Van' along with four previously unreleased tracks Originally released in 1986,...
  • The Basic Channel don meets the folk musicians of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan for a beguiling exchange and fusion of traditions crossing paths between haunting acapella vocals, virtuosic instrumentation and sublime, dub-wise 4th world panoramas Locating MVO diversifying his bonds along outernational vectors, just like his BC bandmate...
  • A staggering collection Detroit techno-soul music, beamed directly into your consciousness from 1994 Kenny Larkin should need no introduction to those whose ears are trained in the ways of the motor city and her musical sons and daughters He is one of a handful of artists from the city whose original and unique sonic output has...
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    A body of work that’s been half a decade in the making A cohesion of three musical visionaries A combination of elegance, subtlety and sophistication; where jazz, electronics and strings coalesce in a perfect union ‘Promises: Chapter I’ is a collaborative record by electronic artist and composer Floating Points (aka Sam...
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    "Conrad Schnitzler is incredible I would dearly have loved to meet him, to have been present when he, Seidel and Baumann were working their magic at Paragon Studio Fortuitously, Wolfgang Seidel, co-author of these pieces, has opened up his archive of recordings to the Bureau B label He and Conrad Schnitzler spent many years...
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    Dark Entries reunites with longtime idols Xymox, also known as Clan of Xymox, to reissue their Peel Sessions Xymox was founded in Nijmegen, Netherlands in 1983 by Ronny Moorings and Anka Wolbert, who were joined shortly by Frank Weyzig and Pieter Nooten Melding the synthesizer-driven experiments of post-punk and New Wave with the...
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    The imprint left by Daft Punk’s sophomore album Discovery was so deep that it inspired another entire disc The 2001 release, which signalled the duo’s transition from house music to a nouveau-disco sound, had been a Top 10 smash around the world, hailed by Entertainment Weekly as “delirious and addictive” Before they...
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    2021 restock, on transparent violet vinyl This hugely popular mid-eighties Exotika album was originally released in 1987 by Play It Again Sam It includes such Chris & Cosey classics as the crowd-pleasing "BeatBeatBeat", the haunting ballad "Dr John (Sleeping Stephen)", and the original version of their seminal title track...
  • Coma World is a new collaboration between Maxwell Hallett, aka Betamax (The Comet Is Coming, Soccer96) and Pete Bennie (Speaker's Corner Quartet) bringing together their potent chemistry in an intoxicating debut LP Betamax drives the duo with his signature "rhythmadelic" drum rapture as Pete elegantly pummels bass tones into an...
  • In other places, the New German Wave was already over by 1982 In the countryside they were always a bit behind Particularly in the south-west of Germany, where the quiet university town of Tübingen sits like a Disney version of a German province The late 1970s were synonymous with a left-leaning alternative scene, and it was in...
  • on the feet of a wind is a wild assemblage of carbonated synthetic music from Powell and a sister record to flash across the intervals (AF 018LP) and multiply the sides -- two albums already released in 2020 Recalling Xenakis, Parmegiani, and Hecker but with the smile/smirk of vintage Powell, the record is released via a folder, a...
  • Herman Saiz debuts on Aprapta Music with his latest creation, Time To Choose 12 original tracks spread across two 12"s The NZ based producer's latest project, born out of the volatility of 2020, merges various styles of electronic music, to offer a thought-provoking album, challenging the heavy main stream programming of this...
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    Pulsating Tolouse Low Trax 12" on Karaoke Kalk with remixes from Wolf Müller and Miles Whittaker Limited Edition, Repress, White Label, Hand Stamped,...
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    Melody As Truth is proud to announce “Melodies In The Sand”, a collection of works from Czech artists Irena and Vojtěch Havlovi The husband-and-wife duo began working together in the mid 80’s as part of experimental ensemble Capella Antiqua e Moderna, a unique association of musicians whose repertoire spanned various...
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    Basic Channel heads Mark Ernestus and Moritz von Oswald keep the burial mix series going with its most ambitious release to date - a collection of one-rhythm tracks featuring vocal contributions from Basic Channel collaborators old and new "See Mi Yah" is a classic collection of one-rhythm tracks, typical format and production...
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    All-time classic, life-changing biz The hallmarks are all there; Mark Ernestus and Moritz Von Oswald have already set the world ablaze once, twice, three, four times with their work as Basic Channel and the splintering into microscopic, heavyweight offshoots by way of the M series, Main Street, Chain Reaction, Rhythm and...
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    Versions'  leaves out the vocal accompaniment and exposes the production as it drifts off into instrumental effervescence This second breathtaking CD leaves out the vocal accompaniment and exposes the terryfingly deep Basic Channel production as it drifts off into instrumental effervescance The hallmarks are all there; Mark...
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    Cascade was originally released oct 1993 the first single from the now highly regarded LIFEFORMS album Cascade went on to chart in the UK top 40 at No27 and has continued to be regarded as an early piece of classic Electronica Twenty-seven years later FSOL rebuild and create ten new compositions inspired by the original The...
  • Fabulous drifting Ambient / AFX to Stingray reminiscent spacious Electro...
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    Moby’s Play is renowned for being the first album ever to totally sell-out, in that every last one of its 18 tracks was licensed for commercial use in ads and films Given that level of exposure you may know all the tunes here anyway, but in case you want to treat them to a proper listening experience, here is a 2LP reissue on...
  • Dam-Funk swings back to his Garrett alias for a smoking 2nd ‘Private Life’ session on Music From Memory after the project debuted in 2017 Vibes for eons on this one, hustling pure dusky hues from his synths and coaxing some of his smoothest drum machine patterns across seven tracks of gilded deep soul bliss Listen up for...
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    "Garrett came from the inside of his own mind, from within a home recording studio somewhere on planet Earth The Private Life of creative awareness and the music captured here is the visceral offering to all outside Every one of us has a Private Life This is...
  • Named as March 2021 LP of the Month and also picked in Mixmag’s best of the year (so far) Vexillology has landed and is now shipping around the World! Guedra Guedra's debut LP is kicking down borders, throwing down rhythms and landing depth charges into the foundations of 2021 From his Casablanca studio Guedra Guedra has...
  • Oliver Ho’s techno/noise/industrial project Broken English Club returns to LIES Records for the last chapter in the White Rats trilogy The three albums have been a caustic portrait of the human animal, taking in metallic synth wave experiments, heavy club techno and cinematic electronic vignettes The third and final record...
  • Following 2020’s debut album ‘Zoom’, upsammy returns to Dekmantel with a dualistic four-tracker called 'Bend', incorporating familiar sonic palettes and novel paths carved out in times of isolation Where Zoom channelled upsammy’s conceptual depth, Bend leans into artistic intuition, juxtaposing the floral and martial,...
  • Following up to his studio companion Trenton Chase’s latest LP ‘Planar Array’ released earlier in 2020, half of Manie Sans Délire June turns up on Artificial Dance with his anticipated new mini-album, ‘Horizons’ True to the signature synth-splattered sound of his and his duo, June’s newest wave-imbued manifesto has us...
  • Originally released in 1980, ‘Amanita’ is an early approach of Canadian artist Sherine Cisco, formerly known as Stu Cisco, to the limitless world of synthesizers in music, through ambient, progressive rock and drone noise A unique combination of ambient, progressive rock and even drone noises and space-age that converged in...
  • Originally released as a digital only download on Bandcamp in March 2020 to raise funds for New York City Food Bank at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, On Hold is a series of 10 pieces derived entirely from call waiting music Recorded through the phone and manipulated to achieve a wider enveloping soundscape to both ease and...
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