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Juno Recommends Leftfield July 2018

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Juno Recommends Leftfield

Juno Recommends Leftfield July 2018
3 Jul 2018
Cat: ASIPV 012. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Offworld (7:37)
  2. Refraction (with Julia Kent) (9:16)
  3. Fura (6:41)
  4. Kuria (with Bvdub) (7:06)
  5. Nun (9:00)
  6. Halo (with Tom Moth) (9:29)
  7. New World Order (9:37)
Review: Markus Guentner's story continues where his last album, 'Theia' left off with another set of epic atmospheres and brave new worlds. This time Markus enlists the skills of harpist; Tom Moth, cellist; Julia Kent and fellow ambient storyteller; bvdub to complete the journey.

From fiery remnants, a universal rhythm emerged.
An ebb and flow of force and fate,
creating worlds within worlds,
forever connected by an infinite empire.

Markus Guentner's 2015 album, 'Theia' took us back to the mythological impact that birthed the Earth's moon. The creation of the galaxy as we know it today was being born and more specifically, the eventual rise of the human species followed. This is where Empire takes its cue, continuing the story and portraying the connection and many interactions between the Earth, the Universe and the mystifying forces amongst them.

Be it physical, scientific or mythological, Empire draws on the ebb and flow relationship the Earth has with the deeper, unknown space around us. Markus dives into sometimes sinister, but always majestic territories with his unique manipulation of looping drones, textures and gradual atmospheres. The album and its planned progression, combine back-and-forth chapters between Markus' own productions and collaborations, representing the different perspectives between the unknown worlds.

Beginning 'Offworld', in a dark and distant, swirling ambient chasm, Empire then moves into manipulating shards of light, with Canadian cellist Julia Kent adding a stirring yet poignant element to the growing void.

Icelandic for "hiding", 'Fura' finds us back in the emptiness, but this time with a sense of hope as fluorescent molecules - future stars - gather and birth new worlds. A return to terra firma, and slow-motion grass moves all around you - a future mirage depicting a new vision of beauty that's yet to be formed, brought to you alongside fellow master of emotive ambient, bvdub.

The dream is cut short and you then find yourself in the void of 'Nun' - the God of Egyptian Mythology - as echoes of man and cities once alive, are drowned out by an ever-present mysterious force and a subtle, alien static. All is not dark however, as harpist Tom Moth (Florence and the Machine) brings a shimmering, angelic shine, as you witness the growing energy and birth of the sun - the leader, life, and power amongst the Empire.

Its birth; the 'New World Order', closing with a slow churning, atmospheric piece that is both complex and elemental, gracious and sinister, dark, yet in many ways hopeful for all that remains.This is the Empire as we know it today.

Empire will be available on marbled transparent orange and black vinyl (including digital download) and digital formats on June 11th 2018.
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out of stock $22.26
Cat: WARPLP 295. Rel: 04 Jun 18
  1. Age Of (3:24)
  2. Babylon (3:04)
  3. Manifold (1:47)
  4. The Station (4:13)
  5. Toys 2 (4:40)
  6. Black Snow (4:04)
  7. Myriad.Industries (1:06)
  8. Warning (6:23)
  9. We'll Take It (2:00)
  10. Same (3:34)
  11. Raycats (1:06)
  12. Still Stuff That Doesn't Happen (3:03)
  13. Last Known Image Of A Song (4:14)
out of stock $20.32
Cat: CYRE 01. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Radio Times
  2. ABC
  3. Pronunciation
  4. Toad Traffic
  5. Being Home Tonight
  6. Around The Clock
  7. Clodhopping Mugfakers
  8. The Sun Was The Stronger
  9. Walkman
  10. Black Box
  11. IQ
  12. Paradies
Review: Contort Yourself continue to widen their scope of operations with this, their first dedicated reissue, and they've come in strong. Eschewing the grotty industrial tones of many earlier releases, the label have turned their attention to Dutch curio Muziekkamer, who self-released a small clutch of cassettes at some undisclosed point in the past. The unthinking experimentation contained within these tape jams is shockingly prescient - jagged rhythms, surreal sampling, techno atmospheres and more from a period well before such tropes became common tools for electronic expression. Take a trip into the vivid, imaginative and utterly unpredictable world of Muziekkamer.
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 in stock $11.13
Cat: NDEYA 1LP. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Dreaming (6:04)
  2. Picnic (5:57)
  3. Slipstream (2:55)
  4. Al-Kongon Udu (5:10)
  5. Pastorale Vassant (3:58)
  6. Manga Scene (5:44)
  7. Her First Rain (1:38)
  8. Ndeya (7:07)
Review: Since the release of Jon Hassell's last album in 2009, there's been an upsurge in interest in the "Fourth World" style he pioneered alongside Brian Eno way back in 1980. It seems rather fitting, then, that the 81 year-old trumpeter turned experimentalist has returned to show the pretenders how it should be done. Listening To Pictures (Pentimento Volume 1) is every bit as alluring as you'd expect, with Hassell delivering thrilling new soundscapes that pull the Fourth World template (think combinations of American minimalism, ethnic styles from around the world, advanced electronics and manipulated trumpet sounds) in a variety of directions. It's in turns trippy, hypnotic, beautiful, poignant and otherworldly, with each ambient composition being accompanied by another where Hassell draws influence from contemporary IDM or drowsy experimental jazz.
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out of stock $18.65
Cat: SHIPLP 07. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Sea Of Stardust (8:21)
  2. Banished Voices (6:30)
  3. Roots Grow Deeper (7:40)
  4. Soft Twilight Field (5:10)
  5. Under The Willows (7:25)
  6. Cloud Iridescence (5:21)
  7. Brush Of Twigs (10:28)
  8. Hawthorne & Hornbeam (6:43)
 in stock $23.37
Cat: ANGELAS 13. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Angela (8:57)
  2. Drith (5:33)
out of stock $10.01
Cat: ERSS 007. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Georgia - "Applied Image"
  2. Georgia - "DakDig"
  3. Georgia - "Bahari Ndege!"
  4. Georgia - "Middle Awash"
  5. Georgia - "SysInc Voice World"
  6. A Man Called Adam - "Sketches" (part 1)
  7. A Man Called Adam - "Sketches" (part 2)
  8. A Man Called Adam - "Sketches" (part 3)
  9. A Man Called Adam - "Sketches" (part 4)
  10. A Man Called Adam - "Sketches" (part 5)
Review: The seventh instalment in the Schleissen series welcomes another two intriguing and smartly selected propositions in the Emotional Response sublabel's continued exploration of the depth and breadth of ambient music. New York wild cards Georgia present five different musings on richly melodic electronica ranging from the delicate to the delightfully bonkers (one of the duo's strong points). The curveball addition of A Man Called Adam is a smart one - Sally Rodgers and Steve Jones surprise everyone with five engrossing and diverse "Sketches" that leap from scatty sample manipulation to spacious drone and back again.
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 in stock $8.90
Cat: DISK 015. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Marsesura - "Asmoro" (3:50)
  2. Uwalmassa - "Untitled 10" (6:15)
  3. Uwalmassa - "Untitled 06" (8:00)
  4. Wahono - "Pakar Gula Gending" (5:49)
Review: The DISKANT crew is back in full motion with this new batch of releases, and we're uber glad to see them back on our charts with their improbable technoid infusions. This time, however, the Durian Brothers take a side step and leave the podium to Marsesura, Uwalmassa and Wahono, three enigmatic figures who all make tripped-out percussive badness for all sorts of electornic aficionados. There's an Eastern tint about each of these 4 tracks, each of them spiraling into a reverie with the help of intricate drum folds, cavernous atmospherics, and the hypnotic glow that belongs to pretty much every Diskant bullet. Excellent.
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out of stock $13.64
Cat: AMB 1806. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. New Dawn (5:16)
  2. Facing North (4:59)
  3. Rhizome (4:58)
  4. Aspen (5:14)
out of stock $9.74
Cat: KUMP 2. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Illicite Cong (7:19)
  2. French Dudu (5:54)
  3. Exit (5:08)
  4. Illicite Cong (Front De Cadeaux remix) (7:16)
  5. Exit (Kris Baha remix) (8:29)
Review: Lyon's Julien Viallet, only recently baptised under the HLM38 moniker, lands with his debut EP for France's KUMP label, making it the imprint's second EP to date. Representative of the cultural shift that has taken France over nowadays, "Illicite Song" is a wonderfully dextrous blend of Eastern chimes and slow, meandering beat music that only subtly references techno or house. "French Dudu" is a little more tech-friendly, albeit grounded in the same form of percussive experimentation, while "Exit" references the sounds of bands like Throbbing Gristle, spewing industrial oddities from every orifice. Remixes come from Front De Cadeaux and Kris Baha, respectively, dropping yet more additive rhythms to the collection. Recommended!
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 in stock $14.75
Cat: MOVLP 2101. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Wish You Where There (part I) (5:10)
  2. Wish You Where There (part II) (4:51)
  3. Wish You Where There (part III) (5:03)
  4. Wish You Where There (part IV) (5:07)
  5. Wish You Where There (part V) (4:54)
  6. Wish You Where There (part VI) (5:00)
  7. Wish You Where There (part VII) (4:59)
  8. Wish You Where There (part VIII) (5:02)
  9. Wish You Where There (part IX) (5:00)
  10. Wish You Where There (part X) (6:03)
Review: Klaus Schulze and Peter Namlook's The Dark Side Of The Moog series receives a timely update on vinyl, having only been reissued a handful of times since its first release in the early to mid 90s. Much like the second volume, which should be bought in conjuction with this opener, you'll be stuck to find any better sources of ambient or drone on these charts. Yes, the modern kids might verge further into the heart of the rave, but this music has a way of lifting the soul that's rarely matched. Led by images of time and space, the legendary duo's music is truly capable of tele-transporting you into a higher state of consciousness; the best thing about it is how rich and fresh it sounds upon each new listen. Highly recommended.
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out of stock $27.83
Cat: WONDERLP 29. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Los Pastores (3:00)
  2. Ilalo (feat Mateo Kingman) (4:46)
  3. Baru (3:06)
  4. Nadie Lo Riega (feat Miriam Garcia) (4:11)
  5. Sierra Nevada (3:07)
  6. Nino Hermoso (feat Gianluz) (4:15)
  7. El Senor Del Flautin (0:44)
  8. La Victoria (feat Lido Pimienta & Manu Ranks) (3:58)
  9. Kawa Kawa (feat Kaleema) (4:00)
  10. Alegria (4:46)
  11. Indios Tilcara (3:45)
  12. Gira Gira (1:59)
Review: Chancha Via Circuito, AKA Argentine producer Pedro Canale, has a reputation for doing things differently. This often manifests itself in eccentric but thrillingly forward-thinking productions that join the dots between traditional South American rhythms and instrumentation, dub, hip-hop and contemporary bass music. On his latest full-length adventure - his first for nearly three years - Canale pushes the envelope further, serving up a mixture of breezy, sun-kissed takes on traditional Colombian tropes, dusty, bass-heavy hip-hop instrumentals, mind-altering South American electronica, hazy ambient interludes and life-affirming tropical pop. The result is a joyful and vibrant set that could be the producer's strongest work to date.
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out of stock $18.92
Cat: SP 048. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Drain (4:31)
  2. Leaker (4:10)
  3. Vacancy (2:13)
  4. Peppered (3:59)
  5. Juicer (3:15)
  6. Slippers (2:41)
  7. Retractor (2:55)
  8. Jail (2:43)
  9. Chunked (5:22)
 in stock $18.92
Cat: FIREC 24LP. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Siga-Siga (1:59)
  2. Forte (5:49)
  3. Low (7:58)
  4. Still (5:27)
  5. Swivel (6:32)
  6. Bathouse (6:55)
  7. Golden (9:03)
  8. River (4:48)
  9. November (7:00)
  10. Lakka (1:14)
Review: The latest one from Edinburgh's Firecracker is by Steven Legget, who over the years has recorded under the aliases Four Hands, Artwhore and Gamma; with releases on a variety of labels from Signals and even Claremont 56 eight years ago. Starting life as a performance in the Turkish Baths located in Newcastle upon Tyne's City Pool (one of the last remaining civil saunas in the country), this soon evolved into a stunning full-length album of ambient/neo-classical compositions. Pieces from the original performances were layered with field recordings collected on the islands of South Crete, and later accompanied by cello and electronics. All profits from the sales of this LP will be donated to the charity Waves for Water, which helps developing nations gain access to sanitised drinking water.
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out of stock $23.10
Cat: MINDREISSUE 001. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Call Of The Wild (2:58)
  2. SOS (3:44)
  3. Jet Set (3:17)
  4. Saturn 09 (3:23)
  5. Robot World (7:28)
  6. Planet X (8:11)
out of stock $22.26
Cat: MOVLP 2102. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part I) (5:00)
  2. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part II) (5:00)
  3. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part III) (5:00)
  4. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part IV) (5:02)
  5. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part V) (5:02)
  6. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part VI) (4:37)
  7. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part VII) (5:01)
  8. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part VIII) (5:00)
  9. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part IX) (5:35)
  10. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part X) (5:00)
  11. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part XI) (4:56)
  12. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part XII) (6:31)
Review: Pete Nalook and Klaus Schulze's The Dark Side Of The Moog project almost single-handedly crystalised the term 'ambient' to describe a genre of music where listeners could float carefree into a world of endless sonic possibilities, and free from the constraints of formats relying on dance needs. The second edition of the series first came through in 1995, and has remained as innovative in 2018, which truly marks these two as having been at the cutting-edge of music since they first came through. The latter, Schulze, is a legend in his own right, but Namlook's heritage is now a serious contender within the looser end of the electronic world. The twelve parts of "A Saucerful Of Ambience" are the deepest, most touching moments of beatless music that we have on our shelves, and we would recommend picking a copy up before it's too late. So much dreaminess onto two slabs of wax.
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out of stock $27.83
Cat: DE 215. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Time Actor (8:58)
  2. Time Factory (10:39)
  3. Charming The Wind (4:46)
  4. Grandma's Clockwork (4:05)
  5. Distorted Emission I (5:21)
  6. The Silent Sound Of The Ground (14:56)
  7. Time Echoes (8:14)
  8. Time Actor (Maurizio Delvecchio remix) (12:34)
Review: There are plenty out there - the team behind Dark Entries Records included - who will happily tell you that that Time Actor is one of the finest and most overlooked albums of the 1970s. It was the debut full-length of Richard Wahnfried, an alter ego of pioneering German ambient don and electronic experimentalist Klaus Schulze preserved for collaborative projects. In the case of Time Actor, that collaborator was Arthur Brown (he of "The Crazy World Of..." fame), whose half spoken, half-sung vocals provide a focal point throughout. Musically, the album is deliciously trippy and other-worldly, with Schulze delivering a swathe of fine electronic grooves and bubbly Berlin School soundscapes. This edition also boasts a brilliant bonus track: a 12-minute, 1983 "Afro-cosmic" revision of the title track by Italian Maurizio Delvecchio.
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 in stock $22.26
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 28 Oct 19
  1. Xtal (4:51)
  2. Tha (9:02)
  3. Pulsewidth (3:48)
  4. Ageispolis (5:21)
  5. I (1:12)
  6. Green Calx (6:05)
  7. Heliosphan (4:50)
  8. We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
  9. Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
  10. Ptolemy (7:14)
  11. Hedphelym (6:04)
  12. Delphium (5:27)
  13. 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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 in stock $26.16
Cat: OFFENMUSIC 009. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Rain (5:30)
  2. Ciseaux Daddy (4:31)
  3. China (5:44)
  4. Desert (5:27)
  5. Discord (5:33)
  6. XXX (5:02)
  7. Souris (4:40)
  8. Trans (6:15)
  9. Robot Bitch (2:48)
  10. Fairies Song (5:04)
  11. Allo Ipanema (6:10)
  12. You Dit Her (4:12)
  13. Coue (6:01)
Review: The Geins't Nait trio continue to wreak havoc on our charts and disorder in our minds, coming through with a new LP for the excellent Offen Music, home to the likes of Rex Ilusivii, Toresch and Ivan Smagghe's collaboration with Rupert Cross. Make Dogs Sing is an album of euphoria and mystique, offering 13 tracks of ethereal beauty, ranging from the very moody to the unscrupulously wide-eyed. There is a gentle movement amid the drones, however, with scrappy analogue beats weaving their way into a cauldron of cavernous dread, such as "Ciseaux Daddy", a fine piece of electronic tweaking that flows beautifully into the likes of "China" and "Discord", all equally mesmerizing pools of beats and sonic performed with nothing but heart and soul. This is a stand-out for us, and it will surely be an album that stands the test of time. TIP!
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out of stock $22.26
Cat: DE 214. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Yoursmine (7:18)
  2. Alleys (4:38)
  3. In The Hall (1:49)
  4. Away From The Public Eye (5:29)
  5. Later, That Same Night (4:36)
  6. Vertigo (0:26)
  7. Ssroi'asitjk (4:31)
  8. Just Another Five Minutes (5:06)
  9. For All Your Knew (2:16)
  10. The Long Road (4:42)
  11. Leer (3:22)
  12. Jackpot (4:00)
  13. The Burrowing Engine (bonus track) (5:36)
  14. The State (bonus track) (3:06)
  15. Marsh Fog (bonus track) (7:12)
  16. Potters Wheel (bonus track) (6:31)
Review: Veteran electronic experimentalist, producer and sound engineer Colin Potter began his career at the turn of the '80s, self-releasing cassettes on the ICR label. 'The Where House?', which here gets the Dark Entries reissue treatment, was one of his earliest releases, originally slipping out - unheralded, of course - in 1981. This first ever vinyl edition includes all 13 tracks from the original cassette release - think far-sighted proto-acid, bubbly electronic soundscapes, curiously strange ambient, backwards tape experiments and instrumental minimal wave throb-jobs - plus a quartet of hard-to-find contemporaneous productions that previously featured on various mid '80s tape releases. Like the original album tracks, they're deliciously out-there and thrillingly ahead of their time.
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 in stock $22.26
Cat: COOKLP 711. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. The End Of The End (3:54)
  2. Wish I Had A Pretty Dog (5:07)
  3. Rush Hill Road (5:50)
  4. Pillow Fight @ Shag Mountain (7:31)
  5. Isle Of Horns (5:27)
  6. Wolfbane (feat Roney FM) (3:23)
  7. Other Blue Worlds (8:33)
  8. Doughnuts Forever (3:30)
  9. Drift (1:41)
  10. Easy On The Onions (5:43)
  11. Ununited States (4:15)
  12. Soul Planet (15:07)
Review: Having spent much of the last decade fiddling around with Teutonic techno and quite clinical ambient sounds, Alex Paterson and Thomas Fehlmann have decided to go back to their roots with an album created in the same collaborative way as early classics Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld and U.F.Orb. For those raised on these early 90s gems, this is an enticing proposition (particularly since old mucker Youth features prominently throughout). There are far more vocal cuts than you might expect, but also plenty of sample-heavy workouts that effortlessly join the dots between dub, hip-hop and ambient. When all involved truly hit the mark - as on "Other Blue Worlds", a kind of sequel to "Blue Room" featuring Jah Wobble - No Sounds Out of Bounds really flies.
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out of stock $25.33
Cat: DUSTV 055. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Black Daisy Wheel (7:58)
  2. Who He Was (4:32)
  3. Congnitive Dissident (3:03)
  4. Seroxat Smile (3:11)
  5. Out Of Reach (4:25)
  6. We Much Repeat (4:22)
  7. Bye Thee Bye (4:41)
  8. Lost To The Black Sun (2:48)
  9. Autohoaxer (4:12)
  10. Shutter Head (2:14)
  11. Tell Me What You Remember (feat Emika) (3:46)
Review: The Black Dog kicked off all the way back in 1989, first coming through with their own Black Dog Productions, and later being snapped up by London's Warp Records. Nowadays, the quintet has reduced down to three, the combined forces of Ken Dowie, Martin Dust and Richard Dust. Dust Science, an infamous imprint out of Sheffield, and one which has seen the likes of Cabaret Voltaire all over its catalsogue, has taken it upon itself to release the trio's thirteenth album to date, Black Daisy Wheel. Much like you'd imagine, the LP is a Pandora's Box of sounds, vibes and movement. Through an intricate blend of spaced-out electronics, drone relics, and mild-mannered house chugging, these guys know how to construct and atmosphere, and are certainly well-equipped to form a narrative out of 10+ tracks. If you're on the scout for something deep, meaningful and long-lasting, The Black Dog are your go-to outfit.
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 in stock $24.77
Cat: DD 101. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Soul To Skin
  2. Dreams
  3. Whisper
  4. Find A Way
  5. Soul To Skin (Inxec remix)
Review: The next release on Dream Diary comes from VTR, a hotly-tipped South London duo who merge various strains of electronic music with soul and pop songwriting nous. This debut EP was reportedly co-produced by Afriqua, who have been previously spotted on R&S as well as Dream Diary. "Soul To Skin" opens the EP in a mellow fog of ambient synths and arresting vocals that sound reminiscent of Stevie Nicks. That echo is confirmed on track two, a sultry cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" that will no doubt draw plenty of attention in the band's direction. "Whisper" taps up a little of James Blake's crooked blue-eyed soul, and watch out for long time tech house producer Inxec popping up to remix "Soul To Skin."
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out of stock $1.11
  1. Csk - "Boogie Moody" (6:01)
  2. Dame Bonnet - "New Romace" (2:46)
  3. Holographic Planes - "Drums Across Death" (6:30)
  4. The Postmodernism Forms - "Never Forget That You Are Alive" (3:47)
out of stock $10.30
Cat: PI 209. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Music For Breakups (feat Morning Star) (7:06)
  2. Rush/Tinder (6:05)
  3. Vanity Lights (feat Ecco2k) (1:15)
  4. (+46) Placing My IPhone X Facing Up To See When U Answer My Texts (4:17)
  5. Stonewall Poem (feat AnnaMelina) (2:02)
  6. U Control The Ocean (4:14)
  7. OND_FTP (3:52)
  8. Love Economy/Anti Police Music (9:40)
  9. Archive 1 "Spit Sugar Free Red Bull Into My Mouth" (feat Chloe Wise, Matti Bye, Christian Augustin & Henrik Soderstrom) (9:55)
  10. Blue Line 2 (feat AnnaMelina & Vanity Productions) (5:45)
  11. Rush/Wickr (4:49)
  12. Archive 2 "Dm Excerpts Between @skaeliptom & @chloewise_" (feat Chloe Wise & Matti Bye) (3:26)
  13. 5 Stars & Vanity Lights (feat Ecco2k) (4:21)
  14. Final Crush (4:42)
 in stock $24.23
Cat: MAT 008. Rel: 10 Jul 17
  1. Photo With Grey Sky, White Clouds (8:21)
  2. Refractory Cafe (4:51)
  3. Beluga's Song (5:21)
  4. Hanging Glass Structure (3:30)
  5. Inside (6:25)
  6. Small Town (3:02)
  7. See Yourself Out Of The Way (5:10)
  8. Time Being (2:45)
Review: Given the increasing number of shared releases by Jonny Nash and Suzanne Kraft, it was probably inevitable that the pair would eventually join forces in the studio. Predictably, this first collaborative album for Nash's Melody as Truth label is a woozy, intricate and evocative ambient treat. Largely built around plucked notes of Nash's guitar, blissful synthesizer lines and occasional heartfelt piano flourishes, it largely feels like a cross between 1970s ambient material and more contemporary beat-less electronica. In other words, it combines elements familiar from their separate solo project to present something that sums up both artists' approach to ambient composition.
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out of stock $16.98
Cat: STRLP 013. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Clairvoyance (5:51)
  2. Corners (2:53)
  3. Holding No Hands (3:19)
  4. The Layout Of Failure (3:31)
  5. Positive Dispair (3:38)
  6. Erratic Texting Behavior (4:23)
  7. Untitled #2 (4:34)
  8. Twist Your Arm (4:37)
  9. Forget Space Nor Time (4:06)
  10. Reversed Swell (5:06)
Review: Cristian Subira aka Jasin Kolar/Venessa Milano/Nubian Deli is from Barcelona. As if he didn't work under enough aliases, he's also one and all members of Summer Recreation Camp. He has played in several bands (Coconot, Dead Man On Campus, Gargamel) and released through his label Discos Compulsivos - where throughout the mid noughties he presented experimental work as El Guincho or Teeth Mountain. His new LP entitled Modified Perspectives builds on his decades long experience creating new-age mediative textures and explores the shimmering/ghostly sonic aesthetics of FM synthesis throughout these dozen or so evocative tracks. Will appeal to fans of recent ambient by the likes of Suzanne Kraft and Jonny Nash.
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Cat: ARC 08. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Megbiya (Do You Believe In Things You Don't See) (3:07)
  2. Ye Feqer Edaye (11:16)
  3. Makeda (10:05)
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Cat: RS 1808. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Vign (3:39)
  2. Melamed (10:05)
  3. Noumenon (8:48)
  4. Cerch (9:52)
  5. Sway (5:34)
  6. Vermiform (6:44)
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Cat: HD 017. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Ma Vie Sans Toi (4:12)
  2. La Vallee D'Or (3:27)
  3. L'unique (3:18)
  4. Esthetique Privee (3:42)
  5. Le Lieu Ou Vous Voulez Vous Rendre (4:40)
  6. A L'interieur (7:01)
Review: Though now famed as a top-drawer live performer with a string of acclaimed albums to her name, there was a time when Marie Davidson's music was less widely appreciated. In fact, when this eponymous EP first appeared on cassette in 2013, she was pretty much unknown. As you'd expect, it's perhaps a little more lo-fi than some of her more recent work, but that's what makes the EP so appealing. Check, for example, the sleazy vocals, distant drum hits and cascading melodies of creepy opener "Ma Vie Sans Moi", the unsettling lead lines, ricocheting cymbal hits and powerful drone bassline of "L'unique" and the dystopian, high-tempo minimal wave-goes-bleep techno trip that is "Le Lieu Ou Vous Voulez Vous Rendre"; all three remain amongst Davidson's most arresting cuts to date.
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