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  • Matador Records celebrates the 25th anniversary of Bardo Pond’s long out-of-print second album and label debut, Amanita, with a newly remastered 2xLP reissue Formed in 1991, Philadelphia’s Bardo Pond have spent some thirty years mapping guitar music’s outer limits ­– dialing into extremes of noise, chaos, and harmony in...
  • Flower Travellin' Band - Satori 7-Inch Killer original 1971 Japanese single featuring Satori Part II and Part I on the Atlantic...
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    Limited edition first pressing on Gold vinyl packaged in triple gatefold sleeve, with 12” 4 page booklet that includes new extensive sleeve notes by journalist and authors Kriss Needs and Rob Young     Includes high definition audio download code  "Live In Brighton 1975" is the second album of a curated series of Can live...
  • A session album (’70) by Kuni Kawachi, of the Happenings Four and Joe Yamanaka/Hideki Ishma of the Flower Travelling Band (FTB), is being reissued The Happenings Four released a progressive/new rock album called “Hikiyo/Huroshio” in 1971, and FTB released their first album in the same year and one of the best Japanese...
  • Hiro Yanagida was a member of April Fool’s, which also included Haruomi Hosono, Takashi Matsumoto, and Tadashi Kosaka Released as his 2nd album in 1971, this work is a masterpiece that fully demonstrates the talent of this keyboard top...
  • 2021 restock LP version Muyei Power, or Orchestre Muyei (muyei means "our country"), was one of the top dance bands of the1970s in Sierra Leone Soundway's first collection of music from this West African country, Sierra Leone in 1970s USA, is an album of rock-infused, "Afro" music from a group that traveled the world throughout...
  • 2021 repress; originally released in 2011 Fourteen slabs of the heaviest Thai funk and psych rockers ever committed to vinyl The styles featured on this compilation fall somewhere between luk thung ("song of the countryside") and luk krung ("song of the city") Bangkok was a melting pot for the evolution of these two genres, the...
  • 2021 restock, last copies of this 2014 reissue, the first authorized release of Hinten since its original 1971 release German krautrock band Guru Guru was formed in 1968 as The Guru Guru Groove by Mani Neumeier (drums), Uli Trepte (bass), and Eddy Naegeli (guitar) (later replaced by American Jim Kennedy (guitar)) By the time of...
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    Richard Dawson is the diminutive Geordie troubadour whose moving songs have been described as state-of-the- nation addresses, even - or perhaps especially - when he’s singing about pre-medieval peasants Circle are the genre- straddling pioneers of The New Wave Of Finnish Heavy Metal, known for wearing spandex or dead fish...
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    The final instalment to the trio of masterpieces from the legendary British rock group, The Groundhogs’ gets a special reissue for first time since 1991 Treading more progressive realms Who Will Save The World sees Tony McPhee moving away from the blues territory of their earlier releases and towards a heavier more psychedelic...
  • Guitarist Ben Chasny (aka Six Organs of Admittance) whips up an emotive suite of psych-folk library music on "The Intimate Landscape" A sharp and lushly cinematic set of acoustic vignettes for fans of John Fahey, Robbie Basho et al Since the late 1990s, Chasny's name has been synonymous with the resurgence of American folk...
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    Endless Boogie rejoins with its fifth proper studio album for No Quarter It contains and is called ADMONITIONS Seven tracks of unrefined wisdom, mostly put to tape in improvised fashion with little to no warning Recorded over two years and two sessions - at the pastoral tranquility of the Stockholm inland archipelago in 2018,...
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    Home to Cuca Records and hundreds of Nashville-fantasizing pluckers and singers, Wisconsin’s Driftless region was a hotbed of country music in the 1960s Influenced by old-timey ethnic songs, Bakersfield outlaws, countrypolitan rainbows, and the lonesome twang of every rural route roadhouse, these 17 Driftless Dreamers washed up...
  • Ajo Sunshine (pronounced “Ahh-Ho”) is heralded by an alarming horn ensemble, stabbing with the dramatic urgency of a killer’s theme in a midnight movie It’s a jarring but appropriate entry point for this brilliantly blasted listen, an array of exquisitely sharp edges punctuated by kaleidoscopic respites of throbbing warmth...
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    2016 release Originally released in 1970 '60s sound with sitar, tampoura, dholak, tables, banjo, violin, pedal steel guitar, flute, cello, more Recorded in the Festival Studio in Sydney,...
  • ‘Auf Auf’ is approximately the forty-second LP by German band Embryo The LP sees them land on Madlib Invazion, the label owned by Hip Hop producer Madlib, who cites Embryo as his favourite rock band  The band are famed for their eclecticism, blending prog rock, krautrock, jazz fusion and world music  ‘Auf Auf’ continues...
  • These are fighting times, people We are surrounded by grit, spit, and bloody war, but in the distance moving forward is The Black Angels Passover, The Black Angels debut album, speaks of real-life horrors, death, and destruction with doses of love, sex, and healing Don’t lose track, these are caring times as well Formed in 2004...
  • Once the dust had settled after a musically and politically turbulent era that was 1960s America, there emerged a new musical movement, one that united the singer-songwriter with the folk-rock sensibilities developing at the time: A beautiful, fragile form of American folk music exploring the more sentimental parts of human...
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    At just sixteen, Leo Nocentelli was backing up Otis Redding Soon after, he was playing on hits for Lee Dorsey, The Supremes, and The Temptations As an original member of The Meters, Leo wrote instant classics “Cissy Strut” and “Hey Pocky A–Way,” but his greatest moment on record may be totally unknown, until...
  • Presenting Howlin Rain’s grand-scale new studio album: The Dharma Wheel, a six-track, 52-minute dive into a joyous fantasy realm A sonic travelogue of prog funk, psychedelia, bygone West Coast jam music and watermelon rock The triumph of a working...
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    This is the first re-issue of the first Silver Apples 7“ vinyl single Originally released in 1968 on Kapp Records Re-mastered and fully authorized by the band and the record label The Silver Apples were one of the most influential electronic music groups of all times “Silver Apples are THE electronic group of all time…...
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    Les Rallizes Denude marry freaky rock ‘n’ roll with wonderfully grit-filled space rock, all wrapped up in an avant-garde gauze and replete with a not insignificant amount of overdriven mayhem There’s no apology for the amps-on-eleven rock star swagger here and gladly so; bands this real and over the top deserve to...
  • Vampisoul present the first ever reissue of Zulu's self-titled album, originally released in 1974 The first record by Zulu was also his last Shortly after releasing it in 1974, the artist withdrew from the music scene and never returned 46 years later, his music still sounds out of time His musical eclecticism heralded a different...
  • Known as The Other Them or as the Belfast Gypsies, or simply as Them outside of the UK -- where Van Morrison's group was granted in court to use that name -- this bunch of Irish rockers (some of them former members of the real Them) briefly became the world's most dangerous punk R&B band following a chance encounter with Kim...
  • Vampisoul present the first vinyl reissue of Litto Nebbia's Bazar De Los Milagros, originally released in 1976 A space jazz-folk masterpiece infused with prog scents from one of the true legends of Argentinian music, Latin rock pioneer Litto Nebbia Floating electric piano, acoustic guitar, female choirs and Moog sounds combine...
  • BACK IN PRINT! Blending psychedelic hippie-rock with progressive elements, this female fronted band of German musicians was based in the north of Italy during the early '70s Now (once again) back on vinyl, their self-titled LP was originally released in 1972 and has become a sought after collectors item through the years And not...
  • BACK IN PRINT! Recorded live in Amsterdam in 1988, on the Perfect Prescription tour, 'Performance' is a fine document of Spacemen 3's early, noisier sound, a hopped up version of the band's more woozy recorded output Edition on 180-GRAM...
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    Here reissued on 140-GRAM BLACK VINYL, Spacemen 3's 1986 debut-album was a blistering affair, establishing the band's love of the two-chord song and also expressing huge admiration for the likes of MC5, The 13th Floor Elevators and The Stooges 'Sound Of Confusion' offers seven tracks of overdriven assault, with a strange bleakness...
  • 2021 restock Turkish band Bunalim (Turkish for "Depression") is a true legend: They were the absolute wildest and crudest band from the Anatolian rock scene Under the wing of Cem Karaça, who was their manager and producer, they released a few singles which are all collected here Fierce Turkish folk-flavored psychedelic fuzz-rock...
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    2021 repress LP version Edip Akbayram's a frail guy who spent his childhood unable to walk, but once he grew up he was on Istanbul TV in a whitey-fro and knee-length colored robes Akbayram's voice is big & open, and it took him all across Turkey at the height of Anatolian psychedelia This first album collects precious singles...
  • 2021 repress LP version Comes with exact reproduction of the original gatefold pop-up sleeve As Turkey's political factions turned more and more violent in the late 1970s, Buscemi-eyed Edip Akbayram was nearly beaten up by rioting audiences for daring to sing about rural points of view that were naturally critical of Istanbul's...
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    Eerie, dissonant and hypnotic, Third Ear Band sounded like no one else on the British underground scene Their second album - often referred to as 'Elements' - was released in June 1970 Spanning classical, jazz and folk, with clear original influences, it's a lost classic that's reissued here in its original gatefold artwork and...
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    This is an official re-release of Titus Groan's eponymous album originally released 1970 on Dawn under licensed courtesy of BMG Rights Management, UK, remastered from an original master copy out of the vaults of BMG Titus Groan were a short-lived British jazz-rock quartet, named after the first 'Gormenghast' novel by Mervyn Peake...
  • Limited repress of 250 numbered copies with obi Soul, funk, with psychedelic fuzz guitars and organ drive Including compositions by Tim Maia, Robson Jorge and Getulio Cortes (Gerson King Combo brother) With a Raul Seixas production, the record opens with 'Vou Procurar Meu Lugar', a dynamite killer soul funk and goes Latin groove...
  • Biglietto Per L'Inferno (literally 'Ticket To Hell') was an Italian progressive rock band whose self titled album from 1974 nowadays, in spite of its limited commercial success in the 1970s, is considered a cornerstone of the genre The music on this eponymous LP is a well crafted combination of hard rock and progressivism This is...
  • A sought after progressive jazz-rock fusion album by a French band with cult status returns to vinyl! 'Mandarine' was originally self-released in 1978, now it's back as a lovely vinyl reissue This title is highly recommended to fans of ao Moving Gelatine Plates, COS, Plat Du Jour and the...
  • This is the first official re-release on vinyl under licensed courtesy of BMG Rights Management,UK, remastered from an original master copy out of the vaults of BMG, originally released in 1972 on Bronze Records Co-founder of Colosseum in 1968 with Jon Hiseman, he knew from his Jazz Club years as drummer for Georgie Fame, Dick ran...
  • Canadian bassist/vocalist Neil Merryweather relocated to Los Angeles in the late 1960s and hooked up with the singer, actress and future Penthouse pet, Lynn Carey They would find greater fame upon forming the band Mama Lion in 1972, but 'Vacuum Cleaner' captures the prototype of the group on this collaboration cut the year before,...
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    Nearly everything written about Tonstartssbandht opens with a running tally of the Orlando-based brothers Andy and Edwin White’s recorded output, which adds up to 18 albums with the release of Petunia Numbers, however, don’t adequately describe their latest LP’s place in a sprawling discography that spans 14 years and a...
  • Former 4AD labelmates Ian Masters (Pale Saints) and Warren Defever (His Name Is Alive) use a classic song by the 13th Floor Elevators as a starting point and over the course of a record see it disintegrate as they beam into the heart of the sun RIYL: Flying Saucer Attack, Texas psych, Matsuo Ono, AR Kane, Toru Takemitsu, Hawkwind,...
  • 2021 restock 180 gram LP version This is the fourth solo album by German keyboardist Hans-Joachim Roedelius, originally released in 1980 on Sky Records With Selbstportrait, Roedelius gave unequivocal confirmation that he no longer was treading the hitherto common paths of electronic music Selbstportrait - Vol II corroborated the...
  • Legendary Turkish psych innovators Moğollar grace the Artone Studios in Haarlem for a masterclass in the original Anadolu psych roots, cutting a compendium of their rawest hits and most-wanted psychedelic rock classics – including the JDilla-sampled ‘Haliç’te Güneşin Batışı’ – for the latest edition of Night...
  • 2020 release Stunning career overview session by Turkish psych originators Moğollar, their first new recordings for over a decade Formed at the end of 1967 with five young musicians, Moğollar were the original Anadolu psych originators They were the first Turkish pop band who tried to blend the microtonal folklore and...
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    180 gram vinyl In 1974, the Cosmic Jokers were basically Klaus Schulze, Manuel Göttsching, various Ash Ra Tempel and Wallenstein members doing late night jamming Galactic Supermarket is one of them, and is more rock-oriented than many others It's no surprise the music bears more than a passing resemblance to Ash Ra Tempel,...
  • A truly underground document of the national obsession with heavy, mind-bent psychedelia Originating in the unassuming suburb of Prairie Village, Kansas, Bulbous Creation seem to have warped directly from the wrong side of the looking glass with a jabberwocky full of surreal lyrics and gratuitous guitar solos Recorded and...
  • ‘Melodi’ is the second album from captivating duo Kit Sebastian (aka Kit Martin and Merve Erdem) Those familiar with the band's cult classic 2019 debut record 'Mantra Moderne' will instantly recognise their unique sound that blurs boundaries of world music, jazz and psychedelia Not to be content replicating the same album,...
  • In Pond’s universe nothing stays still for long Although no one who heard 2019’s “Tasmania” could possibly describe its pulsating psych - pop as straight, Pond wanted to try a more spontaneous way of working for their next record Taking a leaf out of krautrock outliers Can’s book, at the start of 2020, Pond embarked on...

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