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Leftfield/Experimental/Electronic Recommendations March 2016
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Cat: DLM 008. Rel: 30 May 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Civil Defense (dub) (6:06)
  2. Civil Defense (Debt) (4:45)
  3. Civil Defense (Danny) (3:58)
  4. Civil Defense (Ivan Smagghe re edit) (8:04)
  5. Civil Defense (Ron Hardy re edit) (6:08)
Review: If you were one of the lucky few to pick up the illicit compilation A Few More Things From Ivan Smagghe (And Friends) the dapper French selector put out a few years ago you should be familiar with this one. "Civil Defense" by Danny Alias first emerged in 1984, a strange proto-everything-that-has-come-since track which was spun by the great Ron Hardy and has been a long term favourite of Smagghe and his KTDJ cohorts. It gets another lease of life thanks to Smagghe and Leon Oakey's always entertaining Les Disques De La Mort label with no less than five different versions to choose from, including a re-edit from the aforementioned Ron Hardy.
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out of stock $8.37
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Cat: MME 8008. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Dance Exotique (6:12)
  2. Why Don't You? (5:08)
  3. Tick Tack (5:06)
  4. Bi Bop A Lula (4:57)
  5. Moment Metal (4:04)
Review: Philip Demuth aka Rutes bursts through the scene with an EP for Sascha Mambo's Guillaume De Bois' Macadam Mambo, so its fingers on the pulse, and ears wide open on our end. The label has been amongst our favourites over the last three years, and we respect the fact that they only put out quality gear, leaving the hype for others. "Dance Exotique", as the name implies, is a deep and mystical journey through throbbing percussion and Eastern voices, but "Why Don't You?" moves to murkier, more funked-out territories that only hint at the present of house. On the B-side, this excellent - and warmly recommended - EP transports the listener through shades of forward-thinking boogie on "Tick Tack", and melodic, DDR-themed pseudo house with "Bi Bop A Lula". Quality.
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out of stock $11.26
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Odisea (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 009. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Un Hombre Oscuro (4:17)
  2. Ya Son Dos Los Cielos (4:46)
  3. Nada De Lo Que Sucede (5:00)
  4. Para Que Pasen Las Termitas (4:02)
  5. Ceniza Humeda (4:05)
  6. Prefiero El Naranja (5:37)
  7. The Guardian (5:55)
  8. Light Is Not Like Life (6:27)
  9. Los Cielos Siempre (4:42)
  10. Una Gota De Asfalto (5:08)
  11. Se Que Estas Ahi (2:56)
  12. La Muerte Del Agua (5:28)
  13. The Ten Heads Of Someone (7:56)
  14. Linda Cubana (2:57)
  15. Tierra Media (4:54)
  16. La Mano Transparente (5:07)
  17. Aprendiendo A Amerizar (3:57)
  18. Odisea 3 (6:01)
Review: Having introduced Gigi Masin to a wider audience via the brilliant Talk To The Sea compilation back in 2014, Music From Memory is now attempting to do the same with Suso Saiz. Like Masin, Saiz was a new age/ambient pioneer in his country (in this case, Spain), releasing a smattering of obscure solo albums between 1984 and the present day. The material on Odisea - dreamy, stripped-back, evocative, occasionally breezy and largely built around vintage synthesizers and his own, Steve Hillage-like guitar work - is taken from those albums, as well as an obscure cassette-only release. As usual, the Amsterdam diggers have also included a number of previously unreleased tracks, drawn from the musician's extensive archives. It all ads up to another must have compilation from Europe's premier Balearic archivists.
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out of stock $22.79
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Cat: ERS 022. Rel: 01 Jan 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Durian Brothers - "Hamigogakiko"
  2. Harmonious Thelonious - "Makeshift"
  3. The Durian Brothers - "Overexposed Scream Contest"
  4. Harmonious Thelonious - "Verwobene Muziek"
  5. The Durian Brothers - "Giri Giri"
  6. Don't DJ - "Drob"
  7. Don't DJ - "Swifts"
  8. The Durian Brothers - "Rauschthalt"
Review: Emotional Response returns to Dusseldorf with a compilation of the music emanating out of the Diskant label over some 7 EPs between 2009-2014. Featuring the productions of The Durian Brothers, Harmonious Thelonious and Don't DJ, their unique polyrhythmic percussive sound of the label is highlighted across this special double album. Legend goes it was discovering the first Diskant release on the wall of Honest Jons store back in 2009 that became a prime influences in the creation of Emotional Response. Born out of the early years of Salon Des Amateurs, the Diskant label was set up as a vehicle for the music and member's music of The Durian Brothers, namely Florian Meyer (Don't DJ), Stefan Schwander (Harmonious Thelonious) and Marc Matter. Coming together from their own music backgrounds to explore a new experimental polyrhythmic para-funk via distorted electronics. Using specially prepared turntables, hypnotic rhythmic patterns, noise and sequencing they have created a dense and fuzzy excess that over four sides of vinyl is here now presented as a retrospective, but not an end, to highlight their unique sound.
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out of stock $12.56
5
Cat: DE 107. Rel: 03 Jul 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. The Sparrows & The Nightingales (6:49)
  2. The Sparrows & The Nightingales (Ancient Methods Ode To The Night remix) (8:59)
Review: Having turfed up Boytronic classic Brylliant late last year, Dark Entries plunge once more into the darkest recesses of Hamburg's Reeperbahn district with a crucial 12" presentation of Wolfsheim's breakout hit. Formed of musician Markus Reinhardt and vocalist Peter Heppner, Wolfsheim emerged in early '90s Hamburg with The Sparrows and the Nightingales 12" on local label Strange Ways and remained active until 2009. Dark Entries focus on their synth pop sound in its most nascent form, gleefully remastering "The Sparrows & The Nightingales" and pairing it with a thunderous EBM-laced rework from crack remix specialist Ancient Methods.
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out of stock $11.79
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Cat: DIAG 025. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Believe (3:45)
  2. Head Body (5:27)
  3. 24 (5:26)
  4. Tomorrow We Will Kill You (4:28)
  5. I Know I Know I Know (5:27)
  6. Punch (5:47)
  7. Gutsy (3:27)
  8. Face Attack (5:32)
  9. Presenza Immobile (4:06)
  10. Work Talk (4:27)
  11. They Cannot Be Replaced (3:32)
Review: In interviews, Alessio Natalazia has freely stated his next album would be "very different" and "very intense". That album, his first for Powell's Diagonal stable, has finally arrived, and it's as ballsy, robust and full-throttle as he promised. While it contains nods to the woozy, shoegaze and ambient influenced soundscapes that have been a feature of his previous full-length excursions, these are well hidden behind clandestine fusions of techno and industrial, surging EBM-influenced workouts, post punk-goes-post rock explorations and atmospheric analogue electronics. For those well versed in his back catalogue, Animals makes for arresting listening. As for newcomers, they'll also find much to enjoy throughout.
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out of stock $18.85
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Cat: STS 269LP. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Track 1 (8:18)
  2. Track 2 (6:08)
  3. Track 3 (11:39)
  4. Track 4 (13:44)
  5. Track 5 (11:51)
  6. Track 6 (7:58)
  7. Track 7 (8:44)
  8. Track 8 (12:51)
  9. Track 9 (13:16)
  10. Track 10
  11. Track11
  12. Track 12
  13. Track 13
  14. Track 14
  15. Track 15
  16. Track 16
  17. Track 17
  18. Track 18
Review: Prins Thomas doesn't do things by halves. Having recently released another triple-disc mix album - the rather fine Paradise Ghoulash - he's decided to make his latest album a quadruple-vinyl set. Intriguingly, it also sees him set aside "all conventional drums and drum machines" in order to create a series of epic, evocative, slowly evolving ambient pieces. These were seemingly equally as inspired by classic ambient house - think the Orb/Robert Fripp collaboration FFWD, early System 7, and so on - as IDM tracks of the 1990s. Whatever the exact inspiration, each of the 9 tracks is utterly beguiling, and hugely suited to horizontal home listening.
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out of stock $13.10
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Cat: PWAVE 01. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Savitri's Clarion
  2. KonsTanze
  3. Tarnished Idol
  4. Oryan
  5. Memory Extend in Domain
  6. Talisman My Rhizome Bro
Review: KM Editions and Pleasure Unit are proud to anounce the launch of Pleasure Wave. A new imprint to release special projects.Our first release "Tarnished Idol comes from the multi faceted g-Marie a friend of ours for over 20 years. This mini LP was concieved over the first few months of 2015 after various travels around Europe and Asia and then recorded at his home studio in South London.
 in stock $7.60
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Cat: MNQ 068. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Robespierre (12' extended version) (6:55)
  2. Effetto Joule (studio mix) (2:13)
  3. Varsavia (3:45)
  4. Robespierre (Flemming Dalum remix) (7:03)
  5. Robespierre (Versione Home) (3:24)
out of stock $11.79
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Cat: ELP 017. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. Cinque (3:33)
  2. Berlin 89 (3:54)
  3. Self Propelled Limb (3:14)
  4. Time Out Of Joint (4:08)
  5. Falso Movimento A4 (2:48)
  6. The Gate (3:25)
  7. Il Tempio (5:33)
  8. Low Gear (2:25)
  9. Nervous Breakdown (4:43)
  10. Doubts (1:49)
  11. The Wait (3:25)
  12. The Day Of Silence (4:24)
  13. Otto (2:14)
  14. Nove (2:41)
  15. Totem 1351 (4:03)
  16. Sly Time (3:13)
  17. Tanz Fabrik (4:01)
  18. Il Manifesto (1:22)
  19. Speak To Me (2:35)
  20. Falso Movimento B2 (3:33)
  21. Emotional Warfare (2:25)
Review: In addition to his prolific output as Not Waving, London-dwelling Italian Alessio Natalizia has developed quite an interest in profiling the vast archive of music that surfaced from his motherland in the 1980s. After Strut tapped him to curate the Mutazione compilation back in 2013, Natalizia has taken to square his focus on more specific artists, with this Tapes retrospective following a similar profile of Daniele Ciulini last year. Selected Works 1982 - 1992 spans a decade of recordings from Tapes, aka brotherly pair Giancarlo and Roberto Drago whose style of industrial music absorbed the counter-cultural influence of William Burroughs or Throbbing Gristle, and the sci-fi dystopia of J.G. Ballard and John Foxx. The 21 tracks here will delight anyone with an interest in the obscure annals of European primitive electronics. Reissue of the week without a doubt!
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out of stock $18.85
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JD TWITCH/VARIOUS
Cat: VF 170. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. John Bender - "Victims Of Victimless Crimes" (4:14)
  2. Hunting Lodge - "Tribal Warning Shot" (5:36)
  3. Throbbin g Gristle - "Discipline (Berlin)" (10:48)
  4. Front 242 - "Kampfbereit" (3:23)
  5. The Klinik - "Moving Hands" (3:54)
  6. P1e - "49 Second Romance" (2:35)
  7. Colin Potter - "Power" (3:24)
  8. Eric Random - "Fade In" (6:05)
  9. Conrad Schnitzler & Wolfgang Seidel Meissner - "Fabrik" (5:18)
  10. Gerry & The Holograms - "Gerry & The Holograms" (4:08)
  11. Chris & Cosey - "Passion" (4:19)
  12. Hard Corps - "Porte Bonheur" (5:36)
  13. Holger Hiller - "Das Feuer" (3:43)
  14. Siglo XX - "Dreams Of Pleasure" (6:05)
  15. Clair Obscur - "Toundra" (3:14)
  16. Tuxedomoon - "No Tears" (5:43)
Review: Having explored the world of 1980s post-punk on last year's brilliant [Cease & Desist] compilation, Optimo's JD Twitch has now turned his attention to cold wave and industrial from the same period. With So Low, Twitch has delivered a fine selection that encompasses both cuts from well-known names - think Tuxedomoon, Chris & Cosey, Front 242 and Conrad Schnitzler - as well as ultra-deep selections from formidably obscure acts. In general, the veteran Glaswegian's selections tend towards the darker corners of 1980s experimental electronic music culture, but it's that - plus the sheer surprising brilliance of his choices - that makes So Low such an essential listen.
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out of stock $30.12
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VARIOUS
Cat: COLORLP 03. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Duke Of Disrespect - "You Tell Lies (Banging Away)" (3:03)
  2. Silicon Valley - "X-Cell" (3:59)
  3. The Lord - "Universe" (3:26)
  4. Disintegrators - "Oscillations" (4:00)
  5. Lives Of Angels - "Green On Black" (3:07)
  6. Silicon Valley - "Holborn Station 3am 3rd January 1982" (1:50)
  7. Stereo Machines & Kinesis - "Excerpt From Cassette No 7" (2:22)
  8. Disintegarors - "Filter Reactor" (3:38)
  9. Berserk In A Hayfield - "Club Paris" (3:23)
  10. Echophase - "Destination" (4:24)
  11. Mystery Plane - "When The Money Runs Out" (3:29)
  12. Lives Of Angels - "Red Suit" (5:21)
Review: It all started back in late 2014, when we received the first chapter of the Cold Waves Of Color compilations. We were filled with joy, staggered at the quality of the rare track within, and left wanting more and more. Luckily, the larger-than-life Color Tapes have catered to our needs, and we're up to the third edition of the series now, another incredible collection of gems from expensive B-side singles, and God knows where else. All tunes emanate from those special 79-85 years, and there's plenty of proto-everything-shit in here, starting with the pseudo techno of "X-Cell" by Silicon Valley, right down to the distorted, off-kilter, lo-fi, and utterly visionary beat stumble of "Excerpt From Cassette No 7" by Stereo Machines & Kinesis. This is warmly recommended.
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out of stock $20.17
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Cat: PFLP 004/NGC 001. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Odd Spiral (1:59)
  2. Green Blob (3:41)
  3. Mobile Phone (0:56)
  4. The Goodies (5:26)
  5. Homage To Matta (2:40)
  6. Sympti (1:50)
  7. Tick Tock (2:29)
  8. Awaawaa (5:22)
  9. Back On Track (2:18)
  10. Ruby Past Lives (3:07)
  11. Wobbly (1:17)
  12. Robots Dancing (2:24)
  13. Babalonia (1:01)
  14. Sailing (2:29)
  15. Fun, The Final Frontier (2:46)
  16. Fanfare (0:46)
Review: Famously, Woo's Mark and Clive Ives began making music in their Wimbledon bedroom as bored teenagers, way back in 1972. Eventually, it led to a series of obscure - but later celebrated - albums that somehow joined the dots between fuzzy ambience, odd indie-rock, lo-fi jazz, atmospheric acoustic music and other similarly out-there ideas. Here, Palto Flats present a selection of unheard tracks from the brothers' archives, recorded in Wimbledon between 1975 and 1982. Thrillingly, much of the material is more psychedelic and out-there than even their wildest releases, making it an enticing, adventurous hotch-potch of weird and wonderful interludes, doodles and quickly recorded escapades.
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out of stock $20.94
14
Cat: SLANG 50089LP. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. You Say That (4:56)
  2. Over It (3:33)
  3. C'Mon Baby (4:47)
  4. Baby Give Up On It (4:14)
  5. M & P (4:18)
  6. No One's Business (2:37)
  7. What You Won't Do For Love (5:00)
  8. And It's Forever (5:34)
  9. Baby Don't Hurt Me (1:57)
  10. Love Is A Fire (5:07)
  11. Big Black Coat (6:58)
out of stock $5.50
15
Cat: DFA 2481. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Demain Est Une Autre Nuit (2:35)
  2. La Realite Depassee Par La Fantasme (5:17)
  3. Retox (4:17)
  4. Carcajou 3 (4:38)
  5. Le Port Du Masque Est De Rigueur (4:15)
  6. Facing The Music (5:37)
  7. Lights Out (4:29)
  8. La Chute (4:38)
Review: Kick-starting 2016 with style, cult NYC label DFA call upon Montreal-based duo Essaie Pas to deliver an LP of pure sonic vibrations and soothing meditation. The title track itself, "Demain Est Une Autre Nuit", is a definite stand-out thanks to its dreary, lonesome pool of harmonies, but the album develops a more concrete shape with tunes like "Retox" or "Le Port Du Masque Est De Rigeur", both classic coldwave cuts with a nod to electro. Our favourite on here is definitely "Facing The Music", though, an ominous crescendo of hollow bass and dread that falls neatly into the EBM-style techno of "Lights out".
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out of stock $9.84
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Cat: SMGRS 07. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ignite (6:08)
  2. Space Echo (6:34)
  3. Reveal (6:55)
  4. Vanium (6:31)
Review: Modern auteur James Clements is back with more fascinating explorations of the grey zone. Starting out with the psychotic acid experiment of "Ignite" it is then business as usual on the title track, with its dark atmospheres and industrial textures contrasted by a belting gabber style beat; it's pretty brilliant. On the flip "Reveal" is another furious 170 BPM experiment, innovative as much as it is utterly confronting, while final track "Vanium" switches to cruise control on this mysteriously bleepy sci-fi epic somewhere between Sahko and the Autonomic sound. Sounds good enough right?
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out of stock $9.95
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Cat: BT 018. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Later During A Flaming Riviera Sunset (20:52)
  2. After Rapidly Circling The Plaza (21:16)
out of stock $13.88
18
  1. The Revenant (main theme) (2:36)
  2. Hawk Punished (2:11)
  3. Carrying Glass (3:00)
  4. First Dream (3:00)
  5. Killing Hawk (3:35)
  6. Discovering River (1:08)
  7. Goodbye To Hawk (3:34)
  8. Discovering Buffalo (2:17)
  9. Hell Ensemble (2:27)
  10. Glass & Buffalo Warrior Travel (1:48)
  11. Arriving At Fort Kiowa (1:20)
  12. Church Dream (2:13)
  13. Powaqa Rescue (5:25)
  14. Imagining Buffalo (2:39)
  15. The Revenant (theme 2) (1:54)
  16. Second Dream (1:12)
  17. Out Of Horse (3:56)
  18. Looking For Glass (2:51)
  19. Cat & Mouse (5:33)
  20. The Revenant (main theme Atmospheric) (2:48)
  21. Final Fight (6:33)
  22. The End (2:11)
  23. The Revenant Theme (Alva Noto remodel) (3:58)
Review: Japanese musical legend Ryuichi Sakamoto composes the soundtrack to Hollywood blockbuster The Revenant. Directed by Alejandro G. INarritu and starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hardy, the film earned three Golden Globes and five BAFTA awards. Sakamoto collaborates with The National's Bryce Dessner and German multidisciplinary artist Carsten Nicolai aka Alva Noto of Raster-Noton fame. This brooding yet breathtaking musical accompaniment is awe inspiring in all its grandeur, particularly the moments on which Alva Noto appears to provide his trademark synthesized string orchestra passages, complimented by his glitchy and clinical soundscapes ("Carrying Glass"/"Powaqa Rescue") They're so reminiscent of his legendary Xerrox series. Also features the Northwest Sinfonia (Seattle), Berlin orchestra s t a r g a z e and contributions from John Luther Adams and Eliane Radigue.
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out of stock $23.22
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Cat: SUB 016. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Track 1 (16:09)
  2. Track 2 (7:46)
  3. Track 3 (15:53)
Review: Bristol's Subtext is now home to a stunning mixture of artists from all over the electronic sphere, and aside from being one of Roly Porter's birthing grounds, the label has released plenty of choice output from both Emptyset and Paul Jebanasam, among others. The latter is back this week three untitled snippets of sounds under the Continuuum heading, the first of which is a noisy chance of industrial feedback-funk, and the second a fluttering wave of lonesome sonics, and lo-fi glitches. Lastly, the B-side hurls in a load of pseudo beats, all rolling and disjointed, to go alongside the steely pile of noise drones that engulf your ears with fury.
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out of stock $14.41
20
Cat: BSTX 006. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Love Disgrace (4:24)
  2. Disgrace (reprise) (3:01)
  3. Singing In The Wind (4:10)
out of stock $17.02
21
Cat: DE 108. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Is Everything Real? (6:57)
  2. There's No Time To Recall (4:40)
  3. Dusk Is Like A Dagger (5:03)
  4. Wait For Nothing (5:40)
  5. Silence Is Talking (6:22)
  6. This Time (4:09)
 in stock $16.75
22
Cat: 48 BC. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. James Holden & Camilo Tirado - "Outdoor Museum Of Fractals" (26:09)
  2. James Holden & Camilo Tirado - "Outdoor Museum Of Fractals" (20:37)
  3. Luke Abbott - "555hz" (16:25)
  4. Luke Abbott - "555hz" (16:23)
Review:  Last year, Border Community heavyweights James Holden and Luke Abbott took part in a special performance to mark the 80th birthday of minimalist legend Terry Riley. Here, the extended pieces they performed that night are finally released. Holden's 46-minute piece - performed with tabla player Camilo Tirado, and created by writing a special sequencer for his modular synthesizer - is little less than an exotic, slowly evolving masterpiece, up there with the American composer's finest synthesizer works. Abbott's "555Hz", on the other hand, is an altogether deeper and more languid affair, but no less enthralling. Built around droning, drawn-out chords and subtle melodic shifts, it bubbles away attractively like the greatest intergalactic ambience.
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out of stock $19.64
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Cat: RERVNG 06. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ee Che (8:00)
  2. Oo Nu Dah (5:38)
  3. Gu She' Na' Di (5:31)
  4. Giyah (4:52)
  5. Yesh' Te (4:08)
  6. Sirens (12:00)
  7. Celestial Ash (6:55)
Review: Some 31 years after they were first conceived, the cuts that make up Anna Homler and Steve Moshier's Breadwoman & Other Tales remain thoroughly odd, out-there and entertaining. During the duo's mid-1980s collaboration, performance artist Homler channeled the spirit of a character she'd created called Breadwoman, delivering bizarre vocals - half sung, half spoken, in some kind of made-up dialect - she referred to as "divine speech". These were worked into musical pieces by experimental composter Moshier, who utilized cheap drum machines, battered analogue synthesizers, and chamber music players to create hypnotic, otherworldly tracks that remain hugely charming. The story of their creation and performance, told in great detail in the accompanying liner notes, is also fascinating.
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 in stock $20.94
24
Cat: MR 053. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Technophelia (4:56)
  2. Casket (3:59)
  3. God Maker (3:02)
  4. One Colored Rooms (1:36)
  5. Ark Of The Zombies (2:56)
  6. Biogasms In Babyland (0:53)
  7. Cannibal Babies (5:34)
  8. Squid Hunter (2:09)
  9. I'm A TV (1:57)
  10. Aerosol Can (2:44)
  11. Macho Island (3:38)
  12. Swanface (2:38)
Review: It's a shame that Geneva Jacuzzi doesn't come out with her own releases more often, as we've been big fans of her work - and her voice, of course - ever since her first releases began to emerge around 2008. She's back with a bang on Seattle's Medical Records, home to some of the finest synth pop and coldwave of the last five years alongside the likes of Minimal Wave, kicking things off with the deliciously danceable kicks of the title track, "Technophelia". More playful moments like "Casket" "Cannibal Babies" are frequent and full of life, but we're really into the darker, broodier cuts such as "God Maker", "Ark Of The Zombies", or even the fantastic "Squid Hunter". Tipped!
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out of stock $25.67
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  1. The Devil's Dancers (3:02)
  2. Radiance (4:42)
  3. Martyr (5:00)
  4. Cold War (5:33)
  5. Don't Be Seen With Me (3:11)
  6. Modern Wonder (5:01)
  7. Subterranean Desire (4:13)
  8. Scorpians (2:40)
  9. New Mexico (7:33)
  10. Behind The Shades (5:57)
  11. Men In White Coats (4:57)
  12. You Won't Forget Me (3:25)
Review: For fans of minimal wave and DIY electronic pop, Oppenheimer Analysis's self-released 1982 debut cassette, New Mexico - little more than an extended demo cassette - has become something of a collector's item. While it has been reissued digitally since, it never received a vinyl release. In tribute to Martin Lloyd (the other half of the duo, alongside Andy Oppenheimer), who passed away recently, Minimal Wave has decided to make New Mexico available on wax for the first time. While the sound quality is appropriately dusty (it was badly recorded in the first place, of course), the music remains magical - bubbling, evocative, left-of-centre leftfield pop created with home-made synthesizers, modular hardware and little else. It's no wonder many consider it a classic album (even if was never officially released first time round).
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 in stock $26.98
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Cat: MORR 142. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. As Adam, Early In The Morning/I Am He That Aches With Love (3:35)
  2. Ages & Ages, Returning At Intervals (1:31)
  3. From Pent-Up, Aching Rivers (5:57)
  4. A Woman Waits For Me (5:05)
  5. Out Of The Rolling Ocean, The Crowd (2:25)
  6. To The Garden, The World (2:36)
  7. Leaves Of Grass (1:29)
out of stock $19.38
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Cat: VVLP 001. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. Adalbert In Chains (5:28)
  2. Dynasty Of Blood (6:31)
  3. Asymmetric Vocalizer (3:04)
  4. Magic Initiation (5:24)
  5. Bridge Of Sighing (5:38)
  6. Trisomia 13 (4:22)
  7. Mountain Of The Wanderer (4:16)
  8. Catharsis Tempore (4:47)
  9. Illusion Dada (4:37)
  10. Fears For Desires (5:22)
  11. The Long Decline (4:19)
Review: Black Tears marks just the latest chapter in a long and productive history between Italian pair Giorgio Gigli and Francesco Baudazzi. Between 2009 and 2012, the pair were responsible for overseeing a wealth of deep techno on their Zooloft label, including many of their own 12"s (with Baudazzi working under the name Obtane). Recent times have seen Baudazzi re-emerge as Violet Poison, presenting a more esoteric and undeniably darker side of his productions and this evidently feeds into his Black Tears project with Gigli. Across the 11 tracks, the duo pull you through a crepuscular assortment of noise, harsh techno and industrial music with post-punk overtones. One for the dark rooms on the rainy weekends!
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28
Cat: DOSER 030. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ta Awwudz (1:29)
  2. Uru (1:06)
  3. Ahwashwarma (1:58)
  4. Lahuwahlahu (1:38)
  5. Faring (2:22)
  6. Kunna (1:11)
Review: Active for over a decade, Rabih Beaini's Morphine has never put out any music in the seven inch format - until now that is! This honour is bestowed up Senyawa duo Rully Shabara and Wukir Suryadi who have been granted the chance to show off their respective solo approaches. For his Huruf Hidup 7", Shabara takes a different approach to that shown by his Senyawa colleague, offering up six brief compositions that place his voice at the core. The more adventurous selectors out there will probably revel in the chance to tease out some of these Shabara concoctions over some ambient music and collectively with Suryadi's 7" this makes an intriguing addendum to Senwaya's LP for Morphine.
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out of stock $7.86
29
Cat: GRVTS 005. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Reload Pain (3:41)
  2. Pitchblack (4:22)
  3. Jail Love (2:49)
  4. Night Chicks (3:06)
  5. Zero To One (2:41)
Review: French artist High Wolf seems to save his most fantastically madcap material for Black Zone Myth Chant releases. Certainly, you'll struggle to find a better example of imaginative, out-there electronic music than his fantastic 2015 set Mane Thecel Phares. This belated follow-up 12" is every bit as exciting and hard-to-decipher, with BZMC brilliantly blending sludgy, nightmarish vocal snippets, sparkling new age synthesizer motifs, impossible-to-pigeonhole rhythms, occasional Juke influences, lilting ambience and the kind of aural textures that sit somewhere between druggy weirdness and crystal clear, loved-up bliss. In other words, Jimi W is another essential missive from one of electronic music's most adventurous eccentrics.
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out of stock $11.26
30
Cat: DOSER 029. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tenun (5:21)
  2. Comb Sisir & Topi Toraja (5:01)
Review: A new year sees Rabih Beaini's Morphine usher in the return of Senyawa duo Rully Shabara and Wukir Suryadi, although it's not in the form we are accustomed to seeing them! Rully Shabara and Wukir Suryadi have been actively pushing the boundaries of Javanese music since 2010, it was their arrival on Morphine with the album Menjadi in March last year that exposed Senyawa to a whole new audience. Having toured extensively with Morphine man Rabih Beaini since then, the Indonesian pair go solo for two 7" adventures on the label. Suryadi's Woven Sounds features two tracks, with "Tenun" an exercise in dense, ritualistic polyrhythms augmented by some mind-bending vocal chanting. "Comb Sisir & Topi Toraja" presents a more abstract side to Suryadi.
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