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Signs (hand-stamped LP Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: PEAK 018. Rel: 19 Feb 24
In Circuits (5:05)
4k Murmurs (feat J) (7:04)
Stadium Drive (5:37)
Pinned (7:22)
Blue (7:09)
We Should Keep Going (6:38)
Review: Chicago trio Purelink prove themselves to be sonic alchemists once more as they serve up a bewitching brew that pulls apart the essence of ambient, dub tech and electronica to rebuild all new musical forms. Ever since forming first in 2020, Tommy Paslaski (aka Concave Reflection), Ben Paulson (aka Kindtree), and Akeem Asani (aka Millia) have regularly got together in a studio workshop to explore "the endless possibilities of a laptop" armed with banks of samples. Now they distill those sessions into music that is beautifully delicate yet captivating - slow and subtle rhythms, deft chords and icy minimalism all unfurl into a richly immersive soundscape here.

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 in stock $26.37
Surround (remastered)
Surround (remastered) (LP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: DRFT 09LP. Rel: 19 Jan 24
Time After Time (11:09)
Surround (3:22)
Something Blue (5:46)
Time Forest (11:00)
Water Planet (2:06)
Green Shower (6:20)
Review: In the widespread revival of Japanese ambient music, Hiroshi Yoshimura's music has been cast as some of the most cherished and reissued. Albums such as Music For Nine Post Cards and Green have enjoyed high-end editions in recent times, and now comes the turn of 1986 masterpiece Surround. It's been fervently pined for by the new wave of Far East ambient aficionados, and for good reason. This is Yoshimura at his best, delicately placing elegant musical figures atop oceanic pools of synth and leaving ample room for the mind to cast adrift. That might sound like a very generic way of describing an ambient release, but Surround's qualities transcend the formulaic trappings of the genre to become something truly magical.
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Gespielt von: DJ ROCCA, Jura Soundsystem
 in stock $37.20
Reality Engine
Reality Engine (audiophile vinyl LP + download code)
Cat: PITPV 055. Rel: 05 Feb 24
Imagine The Truth (3:50)
Axiom Haze (3:36)
Discrete Time (3:33)
Reality Engine (3:59)
Echo Diffusion (3:24)
Beyond The Hyperreal (4:01)
Blissgrid (3:04)
State Space (3:43)
Principle Dilution (4:21)
Everything & Nothing (3:41)
Review: 36's new album Reality Engine explores "the blossoming dynamics of artificial intelligence and the ever-changing definition of reality" on Past Inside The Present and does so with a continuation of his richly melodic sound while also evolving into new realms. The sheer beauty of these sounds is enough to uplift and energise, with chords ascending to the heavens on the opener 'Imagine The Truth' and then rolling out to infinite horizons on 'Axiom Haze'. 'Reality Engine' suspends you amongst the clouds and 'Beyond The Hyperreal' is a perfect marriage of immersive and organic sounds and hints of digital augmented reality engines. A sublime album, for sure.
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 in stock $21.09
The Closest Thing To Silence
The Closest Thing To Silence (LP with obi-strip)
Cat: IARC 77LP. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Ten Hour Wave (0:19)
Breathing In Three Orbits (intro) (3:07)
Breathing In Three Orbits (6:42)
The Closest Thing To Silence (3:50)
Dizzy Ditty (4:33)
Une Ombre Legere (4:19)
New Air (2:22)
Ecoute Au Loin (6:03)
A Treasure Chest (5:56)
Stay Centered (2:14)
Stack Attack (6:20)
Review: Ariel Kalma, Jeremiah Chiu, and Marta Sofia Honer's The Closest Thing to Silence transcends traditional boundaries. Through ethereal compositions and intricate soundscapes, the album creates an immersive atmosphere that invites contemplation and introspection. Kalma's mastery of wind instruments, Chiu's electronic experimentation, and Honer's emotive vocals blend seamlessly and weave a tapestry of sound that evokes a sense of serene tranquillity. Each track unfolds like a meditation, guiding listeners through evocative landscapes of sound and ensuring that the long player is an evocative bit of collaborative artistry that highlights the beauty found within moments of stillness.
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In Electric Time
In Electric Time (LP with obi-strip)
Cat: IARC 74LP. Rel: 15 Feb 24
ElectroComp 101 (1:45)
Seawater Swell (4:31)
For Voices (1:10)
Rococco Rondo (7:29)
A Cloud Song (2:18)
Rhythm Bell (1:45)
Brush With Thin Air (3:50)
Rhythm Serge (1:25)
Static Stone Railway (2:20)
Transparent Spheres (5:12)
Echo Arp Hold (1:09)
In Electric Time (4:17)
Review: International Anthem very quickly solidified its status as one of jazz and experimental music's most interesting labels. It puts out a pretty high amount of releases and next up is Jeremiah Chiu's In Electric Time, which was made on the Vintage Synth Musems's vast collection of classic, rare and staple synthesizers. He set up with no real aims other than to play and see what came out with help from VSM founder and curator Lance Hill. It is a deep dive into experimental soundscapes and intricate compositions with pulsating rhythms and ethereal melodies that ate you into all new realms. Blending elements of ambient, techno, and avant-garde sound seamlessly, this record pushes the boundaries as it explores all new textures and hypnotic rhythms with cutting-edge sound design.
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All Life Long
All Life Long (limited gatefold 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: SOMA 055LP. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Passage Through The Spheres (7:01)
All Life Long (For Organ) (8:53)
No Sun To Burn (For Brass) (3:16)
Prisoned On Watery Shore (7:48)
Retrograde Canon (4:21)
Slow Of Faith (4:40)
Fastened Maze (11:46)
No Sun To Burn (For Organ (10:28)
All Life Long (3:23)
Moving Forward (6:26)
Formation Flight (2:45)
The Unification Of Inner & Outer Life (9:47)
Review: If you're keyed into the modern classical stretch of the contemporary ambient world, you'll have likely discovered Kali Malone before. Her works have been largely focused on the organ, which she has pushed into all manner of experimental realms as a vessel for life-affirming drones, but don't be misled into thinking that's the only tool in her kit. Malone is a constantly evolving, inquisitive artist and her new album All Life Long confirms this with specific pieces for voice and brass performed by Macadam Ensemble and Anima Brass. Rewarding the patient listener and breaking new ground in her compelling, studious approach to music, this is another firm reminder of Malone's formidable presence in contemporary experimental music circles.
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All Life Long
Cat: SOMA 055CD. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Passage Through The Spheres
All Life Long (For Organ)
No Sun To Burn (For Brass)
Prisoned On Watery Shore
Retrograde Canon
Slow Of Faith
Fastened Maze
No Sun To Burn (For Organ
All Life Long (For Voice)
Moving Forward
Formation Flight
The Unification Of Inner & Outer Life
Review: All Life Long is the latest work from accomplished ambient, experimental artist Kali Malone. It's the first work since 2019's The Sacrificial Code on which Malone has composed for the organ - the instrument she's best known for. As a committed explorer of the instrument and its tonal, harmonic qualities, she's taken the organ to some surprising places and so it continues on this latest album. But Malone is never constrained to just one approach in music, as evidenced by recent collaboration with Stephen O'Malley and Lucy Railton amongst others and there are some striking voice and brass partnerships on this record which widen out her approach in compelling new directions.
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 in stock $14.76
The Arcades Project
The Arcades Project (translucent blue vinyl LP)
Cat: META 75LP. Rel: 15 Feb 24
A Formal Arrangement (2:29)
Floral Arithmetic (2:56)
Daylight Ghost (3:23)
In All Your Glory (4:24)
Last Golden Light (3:41)
Momentary Paris (2:44)
Forgotten In Manhattan (3:26)
The Sea Inside (4:09)
Lovers & Strangers (3:33)
Starlit Summer Night (5:23)
Coincidentalism (4:29)
This Evening (3:13)
Review: A founder member of Ultravox and all round synth pop godfather sits at the piano on his lonesome here, after many years of collaborating with Harold Budd and Ruben Garcia. The Arcades Project is a step backward into more refined, quiet artistry and minimal compositions with a candlelit late-night vibe and engaging and emotional flow. A text by Walter Benjamin formed part of the inspiration for the work and is "a sort of stroll through new ideas emerging from the city life of Paris in the 19th and early 20th century." The resulting sounds delightfully airy and inquisitive.
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 in stock $20.57
Green (crystal green vinyl LP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: LITA 192G2. Rel: 02 Oct 20
Creek (4:43)
Feel (4:27)
Sheep (5:17)
Sleep (6:22)
Green (5:08)
Feet (6:07)
Street (6:39)
Teevee (3:22)
Review: Up until his death in 2003, Hiroshi Yoshimura spent decades offering up immaculate albums that blurred the boundaries between ambient, new age and minimalism. For those not versed in the Japanese ambient pioneer's vast catalogue, 1986's "Green" - which is here reissued by Light In The Attic - remains one of his most impressive works. Created using a minimal number of instruments (mostly synthesizers and electric pianos), the set is as quietly jazzy as it is relaxing. Highlights include the meditative, Terry Riley influenced bliss of "Feel", the pulsing organ stabs and blissful electronics of "Sheep", the garden-ready musical hug that is "Green" and the swelling opener "Creek".
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Surround (remastered)
Surround (remastered) (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: DRFT 09CD. Rel: 10 Nov 23
Time After Time
Something Blue
Time Forest
Water Planet
Green Shower
Review: Following the explosion of Japanese ambient reissues in the past five years or so, certain artists have become household names in a curious combination of favourable streaming conditions and a consistent need for people to slow their lives down via music. Alongside the likes of Midori Takada and Yasuaki Shimizu stands Hiroshi Yoshimura, oddly omnipresent on YouTube sidebars but more importantly universally appealing for his exquisite, wholly natural take on environmental music. 1986 album Surround has been crying out for a reissue for a long time and finally Temporal Drift have done the right thing and brought this stunning record back into reach. Faithfully remastered with the fervent audiophile audience in mind, this is a long overdue celebration of one of Yoshimura's finest releases.
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Songs Of Silence
Songs Of Silence (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: STUMM 500. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Cathedral (4:18)
White Rabbit (4:39)
Passage (3:09)
Imminent (4:54)
Red Planet (4:39)
The Lamentations Of Jeremiah (4:23)
Mitosis (4:50)
Blackleg (3:06)
Scarper (3:43)
Last Transmission (4:45)
Review: Vince Clarke (Erasure, Yazoo, Depeche Mode, The Assembly) presents his first ever solo album, Songs of Silence. As the album title suggests, it's a lyricless (though not vocal-free) instrumental album, and unlike anything you might've previously heard before from Clarke as an artisan of dynamic electropop. Rather, this LP brings with it a comparatively sober ambient electronic beauty, its unique characteristics lending it a category of its own. But two self-imposed oblique strategies underpinned its creation - first, that the sounds Clarke generated for the album would come solely from Eurorack (a modular synthesizer format introduced in the mid-90s), and second, that each track would be based around one note, maintaining a single key throughout.
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Reality (translucent yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: HRLLP 001. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Zorg Arrival (3:49)
Scram City (5:03)
Realization (5:51)
This Foo (4:26)
Click (feat Lvv Gvn) (4:46)
Metro Cafe (3:53)
Mirage (feat Adam Ohr) (6:18)
Lilac Chaser (feat Protomartyr) (4:43)
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Jorden Forst
Jorden Forst (limited LP + insert)
Cat: DISCREETMUSIC 17. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Jorden Forst (16:44)
Jorden Forst (16:38)
Review: Arv & Miljo's new album delves into radical environmental activism and draws from the Swedish Plogbill movement's early 90s actions alongside Earth First! and Earth Liberation Front. Mixing monologues, interviews, protest songs, and site recordings with raw kosmische synth music, the pair crafts a mesmerising audio collage. Chaotic yet harmonious, disorienting yet soothing, the album reflects dedication, passion, and the spirit of change. Originally a limited CDR release in 2021, it quickly became a highlight in Arv & Miljo's discography. Now on, Jorden Forst offers a multi-faceted journey through environmental activism and the human spirit's resilience.
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Jon Savage's Ambient 90s
Jon Savage's Ambient 90s (limited unmixed CD)
Cat: CTRUE 32CD. Rel: 08 Jan 24
Sandoz - "Limbo"
Lobe - "Placebo"
2 Cabbages On A Drip - "Calm"
React To Rhythm - "Intoxication" (Clubfield mix)
Strange Cargo - "Montauk Point"
Rapoon - "Bol Baya"
Aphex Twin - "Utopia 3"
GOL - "No Bounds"
Moonwater - "Space Indian"
Underworld - "Blueski"
U-Ziq - "Phiesope"
Biosphere - "En-trance"
Review: The 1990s was arguably the first 'golden age' of ambient - a time when the inherently atmospheric and laidback style not only exploded in popularity, but also became the post-club soundtrack of choice for a whole generation. This personal survey of the 90s ambient scene from journalist and author Jon Savage does a good job in gathering together a representative selection of genuine gems and overlooked classics, drifting between the bubbly, deep space brilliance of Richard H Kirk's Sandoz project ('Limbo'), bleeping ambient house ('Calm' by 2 Cabbages on a Drip), early progressive house (React 2 Rhythm), electronic psychedelia (the tabla rhythms and swirly noises of Rapoon), ambient blues (Underworld), IDM (U-ziq), and glacial, slow-motion bliss (Biosphere).
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Cat: AAR 024. Rel: 15 Jan 24
Rail Bridge (5:23)
Green Shade (5:13)
Minak Reserve (5:14)
Could It Be You (4:43)
Drysdale Road (6:05)
Paddy Track Dub (6:25)
Allambie (4:45)
Review: Alex Albrecht returns to Analogue Attic Recordings for the label's inaugural release of 2024. An immersive exploration spanning house, downtempo, and ambient genres, Albrecht guides listeners through a ephemeral sonic journey. Characterised by trademark field recordings and enchanting piano motifs, Allambie also integrates new hardware and synth sounds to Alex's palette. Featuring electro-acoustic ventures such as 'Railbridge', warm pads breathing in and out, setting a dynamic tone, and then transitioning to the deeper sounds of 'Green Shade'. Sub-bass breaks and a more minor feel that adds complexity to the sonic landscape, Allambie takes you on a journey from the boundary of the forest to its more mysterious, overgrown centre, a sonic narrative that captivates and intrigues.
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Forest of Tines: Egil Kalman Plays The Buchla 200
Cat: IDEAL 237. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Diffused (6:04)
Glint (3:48)
Blageten (2:33)
Forest Of Tines (4:34)
Dub One (3:56)
Autumn Leaves (5:53)
Mbira (2:00)
Springar (2:02)
Blues (3:04)
Sync (2:04)
7th (3:18)
Subtimes (3:44)
Polska (2:14)
Klystron (3:31)
Electric Music Box (part 1) (0:54)
Electric Music Box (part 2) (3:09)
Entropic (1:51)
Drums (3:06)
From Stone (2:28)
Ocquet (3:06)
Review: Primarily known for his work with the double bass and modular synths, Egil Kalman straddles that unique hinterland somewhere between electronic, electroacoustic, and folk. Renowned for his ability to improvise and create stunning, beautiful, minimalist compositions on the fly, while this is hard to truly capture on record, Forest of Tines does its best. With a subtitle referencing the instrument Kalman is perhaps most associated with, the work is deeply textured and yet deceptively bare, with layers slowly revealing themselves before dissipating into the ether. A sonic adventure that lures us in with calm, organic movements set against tones that are more obviously the result of man and machine, timelessness meeting modernity in these exquisite forms, like stories of the ancients told through contemporary musical language.
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Oppenheimer (Soundtrack)
Oppenheimer (Soundtrack) (trifold 3xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: MOND 300B. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Fission (4:36)
Can You Hear The Music (1:49)
A Lowly Shoe Salesman (3:32)
Quantum Mechanics (2:53)
Gravity Swallows Light (3:29)
Meeting Kitty (5:48)
Groves (6:01)
Manhattan Project (2:35)
American Prometheus (3:07)
Atmospheric Ignition (0:20)
Los Alamos (2:25)
Fusion (4:03)
Colonel Pash (4:36)
Theorists (3:11)
Ground Zero (4:18)
Trinity (7:52)
What We Have Done (5:32)
Power Stays In The Shadows (4:08)
The Trial (5:33)
Dr Hill (4:22)
Kitty Comes To Tesfiy (5:12)
Something More Important (2:37)
Destroyer Of Worlds (2:56)
Oppenheimer (2:17)
Review: If you've not seem the movie Oppenheimer chances are you've had your head buried deep in the sand for the past year or so. The multi-Academy Award-winning scientific epic charts the development of the first nuclear bomb and subsequent realisation, on the part of the man who cracked the formula, that such terrifying power should never have been brought into our world. Directed by Christopher Nolan, outspoken critics of the master filmmaker may by now be wondering if he'll ever make another movie with a linear storyline - so much of his output is anything but these days. However, that slightly surreal, disjointed, era-jumping approach to storytelling necessitates a soundtrack that combines stunning classical and more avant-garde experimentations. Which Ludwig Goransson delivered with spectacular effect. Now those tones are yours to own.
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Cat: HDB 150. Rel: 27 Jan 23
Hospital Chapel (7:54)
Streetlands (13:18)
Exokind (12:16)
Review: Is there any artist in electronic music that releases as little music yet remains as highly revered as Burial? We can't think of any. As it happens, this new Streetlands EP is actually the hallowed UK producer's second outing of 2022 after the ambient offering Antidawn back in January. As always it finds him back on Kode9's Hyperdub label. 'Hospital Chapel' is eerie atmosphere and lo-fi samples, 'Streelands' is another sparse ambient cut that is full of melancholy and 'Exokind' is the soundtrack of a faraway planet with distant solar winds and only the smallest of microbial activities for you to tune into before a signature angelic vocal brings the beauty.
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 in stock $7.38
Plan For A Miracle
Plan For A Miracle (LP in debossed spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: EDDA 64LP. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Climates (3:38)
This Is For Them (4:39)
Pencil Of Spheres (5:39)
Mrs Who (3:18)
I Won't Give Up (2:49)
Electric Lights (3:39)
The Underpass (3:02)
Insight (3:21)
Redwood (3:13)
I Really Do (3:01)
The Music (2:26)
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1977 (yellow vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BALMAT 05Y. Rel: 06 Feb 24
4am (4:15)
Eire (6:18)
Allegro (4:35)
Houzz 13 (5:04)
Belt & Carpet (3:56)
Marmite (6:29)
Asda (2:48)
1977 (feat Meemo Comma) (5:34)
Xolbe 3 (6:01)
Burnt Orange (3:12)
Lime Aero (4:30)
Reference Gravy (2:32)
Mesolithic Jungle (4:16)
Pillowy (3:05)
Froglets (4:59)
Review: The past is on the mind of Mike Paradinas aka Mu-Ziq here. 1977, as its name suggests, looks back, but not to punk but to the equally siesmic year zero of the 90s ambient revolution. Definitely showcasing the more mellow side to his productions, the album glides gracefully through clouds of sugar sweet melody, his grasp of which remains as distinctive and recognisable as anyone's in the game. 'Allegro' sounds like a Philip Glass track trapped in ice and sprinkled in snow, 'Houzz' is a low key groover like The Black Dog used to make... But ultimately all you need to know is that another 15 great new prodeuctions by Mike Paradinas are in existence - and on vinyl to boot - and that alone should be enough to send you scuttling off to buy it pronto.
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Quadric Surfaces
Cat: VIERNULVIER 003. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Quadric Surfaces (7:17)
Triquetra (4:10)
Ogee (7:20)
Cellies (5:05)
Brachistochrone (4:35)
Conchospiral (7:54)
Butterfly Curve (6:07)
Diacaustic (8:13)
 in stock $32.18
Soft Octaves
Soft Octaves (180 gram red & blue & black smokey vinyl LP + MP3 download code limited to 200 copies)
Cat: PITPV 060. Rel: 07 Feb 24
Point Of Departure (4:59)
Flow State (4:50)
Suadade (2:08)
Trembling House (feat Marine Eyes) (4:30)
Overcast (2:31)
Soft Octaves (6:30)
Cortege (5:19)
Renascence (4:12)
Summation (4:14)
Review: California's James Bernard is a much-loved regular on this label as well as being a veteran of the wider ambient scene who has been hard at it for more than three decades. His latest outing on Past Inside The Present with Anthene (aka Brad Deschamps of Toronto) is Soft Octaves, an album that finds them crafting a series of sounds using electric six-string bass. It has a huge range from the deepest depths to the wispiest of highs and each of the tracks here was recorded in one single take. The results are spellbinding indeed and the range of the bass's sonic ability is astonishing as it sounds at times like a cello, at others woodwind and is always intriguing.
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10 (unmixed CD)
Cat: MFM 066CD. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Joan Bibiloni - "Nits De La Sultana"
The Zenmenn - "The Legend Of Haziz"
Stroer - "When You Stopped Sleeping"
Androo - "WIO" (Micmac mix)
Joel Graham - "Cool Blue Pool"
Jonny Nash - "Dream It Right"
Terekke - "Just Ducking Around"
Mei Honeycomb - "Squeaky Eye Syndrome"
Tombolo - "Continental Drift"
Kuniyuki Takahashi - "Forest Dust"
Yu Su J Wilson - "Mitti Attar"
Gigi Masin - "Panama Girl"
Ocean Moon - "The Ecstatic Alarm"
Michal Turtle - "Borrowed Times"
Ramzi - "Baci"
Suso Saiz - "Kailas"
Dea - "Undecenial"
Dazion - "Friendship"
Fools - "Trouve"
Vito Ricci - "Da Hamptons"
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Muito Sol
Muito Sol (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HMRLP 024. Rel: 28 Jun 23
Muito Sol (4:36)
Morrerei Por Isso (3:19)
Fllux (4:36)
Um Dia (3:52)
Com 6 Anos (3:22)
Menos (5:01)
Nao Ver Onde Se Ve (3:42)
Transicao (1:10)
Invernao Astral (3:23)
Coracao Sulamericano (3:47)
 in stock $23.47
NDE (reissue)
Cat: RHSTOREJPN 10. Rel: 21 Jun 23
Spinning Spirits (5:51)
Navigations (9:51)
Teaching Of Sphinx (6:31)
Strange Attractor (9:48)
Heliotherapy (4:21)
Higher Flyer (6:03)
Edge Of The End (8:38)
Aero (6:24)
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Licht Ausgang
Cat: UDACHA 017. Rel: 17 Jul 23
Verminderung (4:21)
Untere Schliefenvariable (3:02)
Dyp (4:51)
Doppelwortbefehl (3:52)
Niedrigstwertige Stelle (4:50)
Schleifenkopf (7:22)
Lichtwellenleiter (8:19)
Leistungsbeschreibung Beispiel (3:01)
Niedrigstwertige Verbindung (2:14)
Review: The Udacha label might have been away for a while but is now back with a vengeance. First up for this return is a new long player by the mighty fine Kurvenschreiber quarter, which is made up of Sergey Komarov, Vlad Dobrovolski, Ilya Sadovski and Alexey Grachev. These sound artists have been excelling in their field for some 10 years now and use synths as well as found sound objects to create their work. Magnetic tape loops, various instruments, pre-recorded loops, shortwave radios, transformers and much more give rise to this unique record which mixes up Boolean jazz, kurventronika and post-rock.
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Dimension Intrusion (reissue)
Dimension Intrusion (reissue) (2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve (indie exclusive))
Cat: WARPLP 12R. Rel: 09 Nov 23
A New Day (3:54)
FU (7:45)
Slac (3:19)
Dimension Intrusion (4:04)
Substance Abuse (5:10)
Train-Trac 1 (6:27)
Another Time (Revisited) (6:24)
Theychx (13:13)
UVA (8:07)
Mantrax (8:01)
Nitedrive (3:27)
Into The Space (5:10)
Logikal Nonsense (1:16)
Review: Richie Hawtin's early music was undoubtedly a product of his surroundings in Windsor (the Canadian one) and Detroit, but over time a more European dimension to his sound emerged which naturally aligned with the developments taking place at Warp. When the Artificial Intelligence series came together, Hawtin's approach was certainly tipped more towards techno in the American sense of the word, but his pointillist beats and synth sequences on Dimension Intrusion slotted in comfortably between Speedy J, Polygon Window and Autechre. Not just a horizontal home listening affair, there's plenty of rave teeth to tracks like 'F.U.' and 'Substance Abuse', as he demonstrated his gift for telling vivid, narcotic stories with the 303 and 909. Now, the album has finally remastered and reissued, sounding the best it ever has and released alongside a new edition of Speedy J's equally seminal Ginger.
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Draconic Synthesis
Draconic Synthesis (LP + booklet + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: HOS 868LP. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Draconis Arcanum (5:42)
Spirit Vessel (6:09)
Gateway To The Serpent's Dimension (3:30)
Ruins & Horned Glossolalia (4:43)
Sacred Carvings (3:53)
Draugr Armada (8:17)
Crafting The Symmetry Of Aeons (8:00)
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Let's Emerge!
Let's Emerge! (translucent yellow vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SCR 210LP. Rel: 15 Jul 22
De-Hibernate (5:08)
Lyracal (4:43)
Does It Go Dark? (3:51)
Haze Loops (4:17)
Let's Emerge (part One) (2:27)
Saturation Point (3:34)
Sun Stroke (2:58)
Let's Emerge (part Two) (1:14)
Luminescence (4:31)
Warmth Of The Sun (7:18)
Review: Martin Jenkins aka Pye Corner Audio has been a busy man. He ended a fine trio of albums last year with Entangled Routes, then dropped a live album on this label early in the year, and now quickly follows it up with yet another fine long player. Ride guitarist Andy Bell plays on five of the tunes and is a collection that comes heated by plenty of sun and coloured with bright acid psychedelics. Says the man himself, "I try to tailor my work slightly differently for the various labels that I work with, and this seems to fit nicely with Sonic Cathedral's ethos." He has sure done that.
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Late Night Tales
Late Night Tales (limited heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + print)
Cat: ALNLP 39. Rel: 24 Feb 15
Ben Lukas Boysen - "Sleepers Beat Theme" (3:24)
Darkstar - "Hold Me Down" (5:21)
Holy Other - "Yr Love" (3:30)
Teebs - "Verbena Tea" (with Rebekah Raff) (3:10)
Nils Frahm - "More" (6:15)
Songs Of Green Pheasant - "I Am Daylights" (2:16)
Evenings - "Babe" (2:04)
Letherette - "After Dawn" (3:19)
Jon Hopkins - "I Remember" (exclusive Yeasayer cover version) (4:16)
David Holmes - "Hey Maggy" (4:54)
Alela Diane - "Lady Divine" (5:09)
Last Days - "Missing Photos" (1:55)
School Of Seven Bells - "Connjur" (4:36)
Peter Broderick - "And It's Alright" (Nils Frahm remix) (4:32)
Four Tet - "Gillie Amma I Love You" (5:45)
Bibio - "Down To The Sound" (2:30)
A Winged Victory For The Sullen - "Requiem For The Static King" (part One) (2:40)
Helios - "Emancipation" (2:31)
Rick Holland - "I Remember" (exclusive spoken word piece) (3:17)
Review: The Late Night Tales mix series - going strong since way back in 2003 - never ceases to both amaze and please our eardrums when they're in need of a sonic massage. With legendary artists such as Fatboy Slim, Jamiroquai, Groove Armada, MGMT and many others on their roster, you just know it's going to be quality throughout. This time it's up to Domino man Jon Hopkins to give us an outlook onto his own tastes and musical influences. The selection is vast and varied, with everyone from Four Tet to Darkstar and even Peter Broderick featuring within. An incandescent blend of sci-fi electronica, tropical bass nuggets and lighter shades of drone-fuelled house. Quality.
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In The Afterworld
Cat: ATLP 17. Rel: 28 Jun 23
Motorway Acid (5:16)
Microdose Mondays (5:17)
London Stock (4:26)
Meanwhile In The Smoking Area (3:53)
Thursday (4:05)
Retracted (6:09)
Praha (4:42)
Review: It's been a while since we've heard from Acid Test, not least in welcoming two rather prolific producers: Om Unit, the UK footwork-via-dubstep-via-halftime originator; and TM404, the Swedish purveyor vintage sonic machinations and minimalisms. 'In The Afterworld' might sound to explore the theme of life after death, but its track titles reflect on the best aspects of life itself, with the downtempo 'Microdose Mondays' reflecting the joys of casual psychedelics use at the start of the working week, via downtempo refractions and joyous echoes, and 'Meanwhile In The Smoking Area' evoking the various grotesque, humanoid beasts one might encounter during a mid-rave break.
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Chemz (12")
Cat: HDB 134. Rel: 21 May 21
Chemz (12:29)
Dolphinz (9:04)
After his surprise drop with music writer and producer Blackdown on the Keysound label last month, the enigmatic Burial is now back with a fresh new EP all of his own. It comes on his longtime home of Hyperdub and features two more of his deft designed, ghostly deep dubstep post-nightbus joints. 'Chemz' is a strict raver filled with rushed up sounds, plenty of dance floor love and big hooks that is many different tracks, moods and vibes all rolled into one. As always, these Burial sounds look back to go forwards and do so in thrilling fashion.
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The White Arcades
The White Arcades (limited gatefold transparent vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WAST 002LPC. Rel: 05 Oct 23
The White Arcadees (4:38)
Balthus Bemused By Color (5:11)
The Child With A Lion (6:38)
The Real Dream Of Sails (6:03)
Algebra Of Darkness (6:29)
Totems Of The Red-sleeved Warrior (3:21)
The Room (3:05)
Coyote (2:35)
The Kiss (3:16)
Review: The White Arcades ranks amongst one of Harold Budd's best loved solo works. The ambient pioneer and celebrated pianist is of course well known for his work with the likes of Brian Eno, but this 1988 album demonstrates how clear-sighted his approach became when he was recording on his own. There's a pristine quality to this kind of ambience which allows it to sink into any number of settings, but it's far from banal. The subtlety of Budd's composition and performance as the piano and synth lines enmesh is a marvel to behold, suggesting half-hidden mysteries waiting to be solved, but only when the time is right. If there was ever music to soothe a troubled mind, this would be it.
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Water Index
Water Index (12" + insert in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: PSGG 004. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Tinu (8:00)
Water Index 92 (5:44)
Usual Nikko (5:46)
From Outer 273
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Wrong Way Up (30th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: WAST 009LP. Rel: 21 Aug 20
Lay My Love (4:42)
One Word (4:35)
In The Backroom (3:58)
Empty Frame (4:27)
Cordoba (4:24)
Spinning Away (5:24)
Footsteps (3:13)
Been There Done That (2:51)
Crime In The Desert (3:39)
The River (4:18)
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Interstellar (Soundtrack)
Interstellar (Soundtrack) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile purple vinyl 2xLP in rainbow-laminate sleeve + booklet)
Cat: MOVATM 023P. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Dreaming Of The Crash
Cornfield Chase
Day One
Message From Home
The Wormhole
Afraid Of Time
A Place Among The Stars
No Time For Caution
Running Out
Where We're Going
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
Review: You don't have to be a film score obsessive to recognise the name of Hans Zimmer; the man who has practically created a monopoly out of the craft. While his work on the recent Denis Villeneuve adaptations of Dune has currently ended his creative partnership with auteur filmmaker Christopher Nolan (who has since enlisted the exceptional Ludwig Goransson in his stead), during their collaborative tenure, no particular score garnered the adoration and passionate praise that still continues to be heaped upon 2014's sci-fi spectacle Interstellar. Featuring some of Zimmer's most mercurial work to date, swaying from lilting hues of delicacy to bombastic, palpable, otherworldly dread, without ever veering into alienating sonics; the pieces still receives copious applause, instigate enthralling discussion and continue to be repressed to vinyl. In short, the Interstellar score is the outlier soundtrack for every collector.
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People & Industry
Cat: CIS 088CD. Rel: 30 Sep 22
Fanfare For The Working Man
Built By Robots
This Is The Age Of The Train
Man & Manufacturing
Part Of The Union
Eye See Eye
Managed Decline
Aerospace (bonus)
Industrial Zone (bonus)
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Journey Through Underworlds
Cat: CSR 329CD. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Journey Through Underworlds
In The Distance
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The Koner Experiment
The Koner Experiment (white vinyl LP)
Cat: ORBIT 030LP. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Track 1 (3:52)
Track 2 (4:07)
Track 3 (4:11)
Track 4 (5:05)
Track 5 (6:30)
Track 6 (4:11)
Track 7 (3:50)
Track 8 (4:09)
Track 9 (5:07)
Track 10 (4:48)
Review: The Koner Experiment comes on like a heavyweight supergroup outing into leftfield, dubby electronics. It was presented in 1997 on celebrated label Mille Plateaux as the fourth album from Pete Kember's offshoot project beyond his psychedelic sound design work in Spacemen 3, but when you look at who was involved the album is much more than a solo venture. The clue is in the title, as Kember linked up with Porter Ricks' Thomas Koner and Andy Mellwig as core collaborators, hence the magnificent chasms of metallic, spatial world-building which define the album. Beyond Kember and Koner, though, My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields lends guitar, Kevin 'The Bug' Martin shreds in some heavily processed sax. It's a monumental work, now repressed on white vinyl via Space Age.
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Cat: SLUSH 001. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Afghan Receptor No 9 (6:26)
Transmissions (7:17)
Koda (Dreamscape No 1 1) (6:56)
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O (gatefold white smoke vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ASIPV 045. Rel: 26 Jan 24
OPEN, OPEN (6:57)
Old Peels (5:59)
Love Of Lies (5:30)
A Mask Of Water (4:28)
MOON (6:55)
Atac (6:21)
Narcotics (7:09)
How Many Hands (6:08)
Coil (6:40)
Alt B (4:55)
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Mourning (limited CD)
Cat: NSP 260. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Forest Of Eternity
Depths Of The Oceans
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A Tribute To Ryuichi Sakamoto: To The Moon & Back
Cat: 196587 37981. Rel: 01 Dec 22
David Sylvian - "Grains (Sweet Paulownia Wood)" (7:04)
Thundercat - "Thousand Knives" (5:15)
Electric Youth - "Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence" (4:58)
Cornelius - "Thatness & Thereness" (3:37)
Hildur Gudnadottir - "World Citizen - I Won't Be Disappointed" (5:39)
Alva Noto - "The Sheltering Sky" (4:48)
Fennesz - "Amore" (4:39)
Devonte Hynes - "Choral No 1" (feat Emily Schubert) (3:02)
The Cinematic Orchestra - "DNA" (4:33)
Gabrial Wek - "Forbidden Colours" (6:22)
404 Zero - "The Revenant Main Theme" (3:54)
Lim Giong Follow The Steps - "Walker" (4:43)
Yoshihide Otomo - "With Snow & Moonlight - Snow, Silence, Partially Sunny" (12:51)
Review: Released to coincide with Japanese musical Goliath Ryuichi Sakamoto's 70th birthday, To the Moon & Back was almost inevitable. Even without worrying reports about the maestro's health, there's no way anyone can have such a significant impact on global music for so long and not have people wanting to pay tribute upon reaching septuagenarian years.
And what a tribute it is. Taking elements from a huge back catalogue that stretches back to the mid-1970s, contemporary greats including Thundercat, Alva Noto, Hildur Guonadottir, The Cinematic Orchestra, and David Sylvian offer new versions and remixes of the master's stuff, with each track here chosen by Sakamoto, which is about as significant a seal of approval as you could hope for. Like the man himself, it's widely varied, consistently innovative and just really, really good.
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Seti (limited blue vinyl LP)
Cat: ORBSLP 005. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Paradise (11:34)
Purgatory (9:17)
Seti (part 1) (7:16)
Seti (part 2) (9:05)
Seti (part 3) (5:42)
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OG23 (LP)
Cat: ST 1044. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Track 1 (17:32)
Track 2 (21:10)
Review: Kevin Drum is often cryptic in his work and that didn't change here on OG23, a record on Streamline that after a long wait for fans now arrives, at last, on vinyl. It features just two pieces of music, one on each side, and both are isolated soundscapes from deep under the surface of the sea. The Chicago artist layers up subtle drones and spaced-out electro signifiers, otherworldly ambiance and deft sound designs that all empty your mind and allow a little paranoid to seep in, such is the creepiness of their atmosphere. It's a magnificent work of quiet artists that is stuffed with evocative sonic imagery.

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The Closest Thing To Silence
The Closest Thing To Silence (limited 'silent' grey vinyl LP wth obi-strip (indie exclusive))
Cat: IARC 77LPI. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Ten Hour Wave (0:19)
Breathing In Three Orbits (intro) (3:07)
Breathing In Three Orbits (6:42)
The Closest Thing To Silence (3:50)
Dizzy Ditty (4:33)
Une Ombre Legere (4:19)
New Air (2:22)
Ecoute Au Loin (6:03)
A Treasure Chest (5:56)
Stay Centered (2:14)
Stack Attack (6:20)
Review: This is a limited edition 'silent' grey vinyl version of Ariel Kalma, Jeremiah Chiu, and Marta Sofia Honer's The Closest Thing to Silence. The album is one that defies conventions and offers ethereal compositions and intricate soundscapes that immerse listeners in contemplation. Kalma's mastery of wind instruments, Chiu's electronic experimentation, and Honer's emotive vocals seamlessly blend, creating a serene tapestry of sound. Each track unfolds like a meditative journey, guiding listeners through evocative landscapes of sound. This collaborative effort highlights the beauty of stillness, inviting introspection and appreciation for the artistry that emerges from such moments. This, then, is a testament to the transformative power of collaborative creativity.
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Live At The Gothic Chapel
Live At The Gothic Chapel (limited white & black vinyl LP)
Cat: PITPLIVE 01. Rel: 25 May 23
Signaling (7:22)
Fernweh (7:14)
Wanderlust (0:39)
Knowledge Rooms (part I & II) (5:24)
Lament For Strings I (2:16)
Alpha (2:50)
Hearken (4:32)
Lament For Strings III (1:37)
Review: Back in February, the prolific Past Inside The Present label boss Zake hooked up with Marc Ertel, James Bernard, and From Overseas at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis for a very intimate live show in a historic Gothic Chapel. A vast array of instruments were used including a Fender Telecaster, Meris Mercury 7, Eurorack modular synthesizer, Stingray bass guitar and literally tens more tools and toys and the resulting eight tunes of absorbing ambient are all presented here. It is another mystic and mystifying release from this label that reaches sublime new emotional highs.
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My Own Mirror To Stay
Cat: MIST 006. Rel: 09 Mar 23
Lukas Urban - "A Glass Of Empty Rooms" (5:40)
Soreab - "The Boy & The Beast" (5:18)
Sanguine - "Fake Leaves" (5:36)
McGregor - "Clean Lines" (5:45)
ENA - "Arkadia Blue" (5:18)
Will Alfred - "Pattern Static" (5:39)
Review: My Own Mirror To Stay is a brand new and first-ever compilation from the Sure Thing label. It finds them carefully curating six new artists and welcome them to the family, each with their own personal reflections of the dance floor. Lukas Urban kicks off with supple, seductive and stripped back techno while Soreab layers up prickly percussive layers and Sanguine sinks you into a dream state with his lush ambient pads and skeletal rhythms. The flip side features three more elegantly designed and meticulous bits of techno sound sculpture. The always exceptional Neel has mastered this one too.
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Elevations (reissue)
Elevations (reissue) (hand-numbered LP + insert limited to 100 copies)
Cat: PHR 049LP. Rel: 01 Mar 23
Elevations (4:05)
Motion #4 (4:15)
Impromptu (3:37)
The Tortoise, The Temple & The Rain (7:09)
Leaving Sedona (4:01)
Mi Cuatito (3:48)
Reunion (4:38)
La Promenade (4:38)
Caravans (4:59)
Review: Don Harriss had a superb run of seven albums from 1987 to 2000 and then stopped work. Thankfully his legacy lives on with this reissue of his debut long player from 1987. It is a majestic work of new age bliss that now makes its first-ever appearance on vinyl. It is something of a low key ambient masterpiece with transportative sounds that bring real depth of emotion. If you listen closely you might be able to join the dots between this and the soundtracks of some cult 80s and 90s video games but if not simply sit back and sink into the lush layers of soothing sound.
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