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Leftfield/Experimental Recommendations May 2014
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Cat: FM 003. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sci-Fi
  2. Slow Heart
  3. Song VI
  4. Song IV (Quintet)
Review: This year's Record Store Day has been nothing short of sensational, with countless gems from the past having been made available once again, but this morbidly sough-after collaboration between Peter Zummo and Arthur Russell will have die-hard fans of both artists salivating manically. In all honesty, it is an outstanding piece of music and one which fully deserved an official reissue. This forward-thinking pair of artists were so ahead of the game back in the 80's that it's impossible to think how people reacted to this stuff back then. The opener, "Sci-Fi" is their familiar bundle of horns, delays and violins, all blended together with Russell's vocal laments, whereas "Slow Heart" heads into deeper, more rhythmic territories. On the flip, "Song VI" is a mesmerising battle between xylophones, marching shreds of percussion and extravagantly-timed delay shots, while the Quintet version drops in a much-welcomed dose of Russell's goofy lyricism. Not to be missed.
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out of stock $14.49
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Cat: MW 054. Rel: 21 Apr 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. It Slipped Her Mind
  2. Protection Now!
  3. New Purpose (extended version)
  4. Protection Now! (demo)
  5. Want Need (live)
  6. Publicity (demo)
Review: After last year's brooding 7", Regis and Silent Servant return to Minimal Wave with their Sandra Electronics project and to be honest, we couldn't be more excited. Hearing what these two techno leviathans are up to in their more industrial modes is both a privilege and a pleasure to the ear-drums. Exploring the genre-less corners of coldwave and post-punk, this six-track EP is probably one if this year's hottest releases so far. From the crisp, metallic drum twists of "It Slipped Her Mind" to the almost Middle-Eastern sounds of "Protection Now!", and the noisy, Gristle-like bounce of "Publicity (demo)", it's a total winner in our books. You also get a live version of "Want Need", where the duo culminate into total insanity and tie things off in fine style. Are these two going to concentrate on this kind of stuff form now one? We hope so, this is it. Highly recommended.
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Cat: 313836 6780. Rel: 21 Apr 14
Soundtracks
  1. Creation
  2. Lipstick To Void
  3. Andrew Void
  4. Meat To Maths
  5. Drift
  6. Lonely Void
  7. Bedroom
  8. Love
  9. Bothy
  10. Death
  11. Alien Loop
Review: If you've followed Mica Levi's work over the years as part of avant pop act Micachu & The Shapes, you'll know the London-based musician is a unique talent. It was apparent on their debut album Jewellery and has been demonstrated again and again (see the 2011 live LP Chopped & Screwed recorded with the London Sinfonietta for the most compelling example) Levi's work on the soundtrack for Under The Skin has rightly been praised, with her original score a crucial element of Jonathan Glazer's critically acclaimed Scarlett Johansson vehicle. Removed of the film and pressed on vinyl here, Levi's compositions sound all the more captivating in isolation and they should hopefully open all manner of interesting doors for the musician.
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out of stock $20.29
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Cat: BLACKEST 028. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Industrial/Noise
  1. Six Harmonies
  2. Thousand Hands
  3. Eight Methods
  4. Water Boxing
Review: Blackest Ever Black have instinctively steered towards the industrio-noise domain over the last few years, but the Young Echo crew of Bristolians Vessel - a Juno HQ favourite - El Kid and Jabu team up for a raucous excursion into deeper, bassier territories. This isn't dub music per se; it's more an introspective into the powers of the low-end...All geared up for soundsystem destruction, of course. Seriously though, these are some heavy cuts which mark both the development of a fascinating collaboration and a welcomed breath of fresh air from a label which usually only likes to breathe noxious fumes.
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5
  1. Gina & The Flexix - "I Wanna Believe" (full length version)
  2. Les Grands Voyages De L'amour (original version)
  3. I Remember Kamochaka
  4. Soundtrack
  5. Celle Vache De Ma Mere
  6. Araba
  7. Ambient Robo
  8. The Vampir
  9. Appuye Sur Le Champignon
  10. C'est La Vie (7" version)
  11. Minore Terzo
Review: Record Store Day Edition: Vintage Robotnicks is a killer presentation of early Alexander Robotnick material from the dudes and dudettes at Seattle label Medical Records, drawing together early singles and cuts never before released on vinyl. Medical are renowned for their disco obsession with Maurizio Dami's work as Alexander Robotnick, with his debut album Ce N'Est Q'Un Debut the subject of their second reissue back in 2010 and their love shines through on this eleven track collection. If your knowledge of the Robotnick oeuvre doesn't go very far past "Problemes D'Amour, you'll find Vintage Robotnicks an enlightening collection, largely covering his work recorded between 1982-1984. For fans of classic Italo disco and it's many permutations and essential to fans who loved the Medical Records reissue of Ce N'Est Q'Un Debut.
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Cat: CITI 013. Rel: 21 Apr 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. High End Basics
  2. Woodwork
  3. Spectacle Dissolved
  4. Void Of Course
  5. Beyond Time
  6. Death To The Beat
Review: Minimal Wave sister label Cititrax have been teasing fans with the prospect of a Further Reductions album from Shawn O'Sullivan and Katie Rose and the six tracks on Woodwork more than live up to expectations! Although O'Sullivan will be known to most for his industrial leaning techno productions for labels like Avian, L.I.E.S. and The Corner, the Further Reductions collaboration with Katie Rose dates back as far as 2008, formed to explore a vocal-led, contemporary take on the minimal wave sound. According to Cititrax, Woodwork combines the influences of classic techno and early house to create "super lush and atmospheric tracks that work both on and off the dance floor." There's something XTRMNTR era Primal Scream about "High End Basics" whilst "Void Of Course" sounds like gloopy acid house slowed down to a deathly crawl, the rest you should experience for yourself!
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Cat: MW 052. Rel: 21 Apr 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Shake Your Molecules (original)
  2. Shake Your Molecules (dub)
  3. Too Many People (alt version)
  4. Art Dimension (alt version)
Review: Nothing but gorgeousness seems to characterise the work of the Minimal Wave imprint over the recent years. It's a label that is both unpredictable and continuously elegant in its choice of reissues. This time, it's a wonderful unearthing of Soma Holidays cult-hit, Shake Your Molecules. The Franco-American duo was part of Brooklyn's clique of artists throughout the 1980's, and although their sound is firmly representative of that era, the tracks are still ridiculously fresh and seductive both in their melodies and vocals. The title track is a sort of synth-pop tune gone wrong in a good way, where drugged-up lyrics meets morphing synths and metallic drum machines, whereas the Dub cut could easily be played in most techno DJ sets these days. On the B-side, we have the charming, atmospheric glow of "Too Many People" and "Art Dimension", the top pick in our opinion and one which is screaming to be be remixed into a contemporary house tune.
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  1. Trophy - "Slow Flight" (vocal)
  2. ZED - "Plastic Love" (vocal)
  3. Mya The Mirror - "Hesitation"
  4. Mon Bijou - "Just A Lover" (Glamour version)
  5. Trophy - "Slow Flight" (instrumental version)
  6. ZED - "Plastic Love" (instrumental version)
  7. Mya The Mirror - "Hesitation" (Reflex version)
  8. NAIF Orchestra - "Check Out Five" (disco version)
Review: Record Store Day Edition: Last year's inaugural Electroconvulsive Therapy from Medical Records was the Seattle label's first ever compilation release, and was pretty broad in focus taking in all manner of early 80s international curios. This second volume narrows the scope to centre specifically on the Fuzz Dance subsidiary of Italian label Materiali Sonori. Bridging the gap between primitive synth, new wave and Italo disco, most releases on the now defunct Fuzz Dance featured the hand of Maurizio Dami AKA Alexander Robotnick in some capacity or other, and it's a label that is more than worthy of some retrospective praise. Electroconvulsive Therapy Volume 2 highlights some of the label's rarer moments, and is presented in the most intriguing of ways with both the A and B sides from 12"s by Trophy, ZED and Mya & The Mirror presented either face of this record. Fans of rare Italo will be all over ZED's "Plastic Love".
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Cat: BF 044. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Endless
  2. View Point
  3. Holiday (feat Jonti)
  4. Shoouss Lullaby
  5. SOTM
  6. Hi Hat (with Populous)
  7. NY (part 1)
  8. Piano Days
  9. Piano Months
  10. NY (with Prefuse - part 2)
  11. Mondaze
  12. Wavxxes (feat Lars Horntveth)
Review: LA-based painter and beatmaker Mtendere Mandowa has previously impressed with his experimental work as Teebs on Brainfeeder, All City and Svetlana Industries. This second full length, which is being released simultaneously on Brainfeeder and Big Dada, offers a dreamy, ethereal alternative to the fiery intensity and heart aching poignancy of his 2010 debut album, Ardour. While that was recorded in the immediate aftermath of a death in the family, the warmth, lucidity and blssfulness of Estara reflects Mandowa's new-found happiness. Of course, it's still as fuzzy and eccentric as its predecessor, but puts far greater emphasis on melodic warmth, with his skittering, experimental hip-hop beats cloaked in pastel textures and watercolour sounds.
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out of stock $14.02
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  1. Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (Titoli)
  2. Il Tramonto
  3. Fuga A Cavallo
  4. Il Ponte Di Corde
  5. Il Forte
  6. Il Deserto
  7. La Carrozza Dei Fantasmi
  8. La Missione San Antonio
  9. Padre Ramirez
  10. Marcetta
  11. La Storia Di Un Soldato
  12. Fine Di Una Spia
  13. Marcetta Senza Speranza
  14. Morte Di Un Soldato
  15. L'Estasi Dell'Oro
  16. Il Triello
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Cat: RB 046. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. I
  2. II
  3. III
  4. IV
  5. V
  6. VI
  7. VII
Review: Back in 2011, Gerd Janson's Running Back introduced many people to the music LA producer Diego Herrera makes as Suzanne Kraft with the Green Flash EP that was as vivid in presentation as it was in tone. You'll be hearing a lot from Diego Herrera this year, with some high profile collaborative releases with Secret Circuit on the way; an album as Blase on ESP Institute and an Odd Numbers hookup with Willie Burns for Rush Hour's No 'Label'. Before all that, Gerd Janson welcomes Herrera, er, back into the fold with this vinyl issue of the Missum CDr that introduced the Suzanne Kraft project back in 2010. In contrast to the disco-tinged house music of the aforementioned Green Flash EP, the seven tracks on Missum take on a more experimental tone, with beats largely absent in favour of some heavily textured ambient soundscapes produced with a Tascam 464 Portastudio four-track recorder.
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Cat: EMEGO 165LP. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Static Kings
  2. The Liar
  3. Liminality
  4. Pallas Athene
  5. Becs
  6. Sav
  7. Paroles
Review: Although the past several years have seen ambient musician Christian Fennesz collaborating with a number of high profile figures - Ryuchi Sakamoto to name one - as well as release an EP, cassette, and soundtrack, the Austrian's last full solo LP was 2008?s Black Sea, making Becs very eagerly awaited indeed. A conceptual follow-up to 2001's seminal Endless Summer, Becs supposedly eschews the drone-based productions of Black Sea and sees a return to the "more florid pop mechanisms" of Endless Summer, something evident across the searing yet colourful textures that make up the album.
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out of stock $14.62
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Cat: ALE 002. Rel: 21 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Fog Tropes
  2. Gradual Requiem (part 1)
  3. Gradual Requiem (part 2)
  4. Gradual Requiem (part 3)
  5. Gradual Requiem (part 4)
  6. Gradual Requiem (part 5)
Review: Following their celebrated Arthur Russell release, the utterly on-point Arc Light Editions has reissued one of Ingram Marshall's most sought-after compositions of the mid-80's, and one which has inspired a wide spectrum of electronic musicians well into the present day. Using an improvisational work schema consisting of brass instruments and obscure sound effects, Marshall's Fog Tapes is an airy, woollen soundscape with a sinister twist. "Gradual Requiem is split into five chapters, beginning with a mandolin-like sound, before being engulfed by piano keys and eventually becoming more and more sparse as it fades away into an eerie patter of sounds. Real soundtrack stuff this, be sure to take in full form.
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Cat: FKR 066LP. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Soundtracks
  1. Man Of Marble (Baby Bump)
  2. The Port
  3. Saved From Oblivion
  4. Figures Of Marble
  5. A Witness
  6. In The Shipyard
  7. The Katowice Ironworks
  8. The Striptease (Kung Fu)
  9. Janet Wisniewski
  10. Poem By Milosz
  11. Truncheon Man
  12. You Are My Hope
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Cat: WW 004. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Soundtracks
  1. Prologue
  2. The Creepshow Welcomes You
  3. Henry Is Told The Family Secrets
  4. She Bashed His Head In
  5. Bedella Arrives
  6. Where's My Cake? I Want My Cake
  7. Nate Comes Out Of The Grave
  8. Henry Goes Looking
  9. Henry Meets Nate;Henry Gets Crushed
  10. I Got My Cake
  11. Sylvia On A Platter - A Meteor Arrives
  12. Jordy Discovers His Meteor
  13. Jordy Hallucinates & Takes A Bath
  14. From The Farm To The Beach
  15. Get In That Hole, Harry
  16. If You Can Hold Your Breath
  17. Richard Watches Them Drown
  18. From The Beach To The College
  19. Mike Discovers The Crate
  20. Dex & Mike Move The Crate
  21. Dex & Mike Open The Crate
  22. Mike Meets Fluffy
  23. Henry Leaves Wilma A Note
  24. Wilma Looks Under The Stairs
  25. Wake Up! Wake Up!
  26. Fuffy Eats Wilma
  27. Henry Dumps Fluffy
  28. What Are Friends For?
  29. Bastards
  30. Bugs Start Creeping Up On Pratt
  31. Blackout
  32. The End Of Pratt
  33. Garbage Men Find Billy's Comic Book
  34. Until Next Time
Review: Waxwork Records is thrilled to announce their next LP release, the 1982 horror anthology classic "Creepshow". The film was directed by George A. Romero and written by Stephen King. The score was composed and performed by John Harrison ("Day Of The Dead", "Tales From the Darkside").

This definitive edition of the film score has never before been released. The original master tapes of the "Creepshow" film score were lost for over 30 years, but with the efforts of composer John Harrison and Waxwork Records, the tapes were located in the attic of Jeree Recording Studios in New Brighton, PA. The tapes remained in remarkable shape over the years and were re-mixed and re-mastered for vinyl. The "Creepshow" score has never sounded this good.

Pressed on 180-gram Meteor Shit Green colored vinyl, and packaged with a satin-coated 12" x 12" art print of The Creeper.
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Cat: SUB 011. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Matinden
  2. Stave
  3. Ase
  4. Kvastinden
  5. Hoyvika
  6. Andoya
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Cat: IF 1028LP. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Soul Debris
  2. Silent Ascent
  3. This American Life
  4. Hors Phase
  5. Balt Shakt I
  6. Eiger Dreams
  7. Reversal
  8. Junior High
  9. Etern
  10. Balt Shakt II
  11. Once Mercurial
  12. Give Him Your Heart
Review: Hard-working experimental music types Downliners Sekt are masters of the deep, woozy, claustrophobic groove. This third full length - their first for acclaimed French imprint Infine - is jam-packed with such moments of smoky goodness, all soft-focus rhythms, dubwise chords and long-drawn out pads. It's intoxicating, all right, and evokes hazy memories of sitting in smoke-filled rooms early in the morning, feeling strangely in tune with the bubbling, off-kilter rhythms seeping from the speakers. Highlights are pleasingly plentiful, from the jumpy dreaminess of "This American Life" and vintage Hyperdub deepness of "Eiger Dreams", to the cascading pianos and field recordings of "Junior High" and tough, dancefloor-focused "Once Mercurial".
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Cat: MOVLP 1104. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Soundtracks
  1. The Fascist (theme)
  2. A Fistful Of Dollars (theme)
  3. Bullets Don't Argue (theme)
  4. A Gun For Ringo (theme)
  5. For A Few Dollars More (theme)
  6. The Return Of Ringo (main title)
  7. The Battle Of Algiers (theme)
  8. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly (theme)
  9. The Ecstasy Of Gold (theme)
  10. Death Rides A Horse (theme)
  11. The Big Gundown (opening song)
  12. Once Upon A Time In The West (theme)
  13. The Man With The Harmonica
  14. Long Live The Revolution
  15. The Ballad Of Hank McCain
  16. The Sicilian Clan
  17. Investigation Of A Citizen Above Suspicion
  18. A Fistful Of Dynamite
  19. Come Maddalena
  20. Chi Mai
  21. My Name Is Nobody
  22. The Infernal Trio
  23. Romanzo
  24. Goodbye Palermo
  25. Don't Play The Indian
  26. Il Vento, Il Grido
  27. Tragedy Of A Ridiculous Man (theme)
  28. Deborah's Theme
  29. Gabriel's Oboe
  30. The Untouchables (end titles)
  31. The Strength Of The Righteous (main title)
  32. Cinema Paradiso
  33. Love Theme
  34. Ancora Qui (Elisa Toffoli vocals)
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Cat: AMB 1404LP. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Jan Mayen
  2. Phonetrik
  3. Utsira
  4. Der Kran
  5. Hirta
  6. Stufen - Spitzbergen
  7. Your Weak Fire
  8. Tiefdruck-Hochdruck
Review: Ably teased by last summer's Jan Mayen EP, Seyberth and Heider's 12-year-deep organic funk project has reached a whole new level in sedative sonic luxury with their fourth LP. Deep, dubby and heavily textured, it's a cosmic adventure from the off, taking in blues, jazz, ambient, funk and dub in equal measure. Highlights include the lolloping late-night-drive beats and steady keys of "Kodiak", the harrowed alien plucks and scrapes of "Der Kran" and the enveloping Floydian sensation of bass and reverbed guitars of "SAE". A rich experience from start to finish.
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Cat: MM 068. Rel: 21 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Too Much Bone In Yr Skull
  2. Quaalude & Fugue state
  3. The Magpie On The Gallows
  4. Music For Trepanning
  5. Section 12 (2)
  6. Acid & Prozac
  7. What Fresh Hell Is This?
Review: Ralph 'Bass Clef' Cumbers is gaining ever more respect and notoriety as a modular synth wielder of note, and especially with this more experimental side project of his. The snappily titled LP moves with the playful animation of Cumbers' live sets, consciously inhabited by a dubby spirit but largely focused on classic electronica as a frame of reference. The melodic notes range from drawn out wails undergoing processing harassment to punchy bleeps and blips, commonly anchored to sizable rhythmic instruction but not bound by it. There are dreamy, mysterious moments on "Music For Trepanning" while "The Magpie On The Gallows" comes from the same mathematical motion mentality as early Autechre. If you enjoy the odd blast into the wild country of fringe electronics then this album will undoubtedly appeal to you.
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Cat: NPIP 040. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. Lumous
  2. Aikomus
Review: It's time for another ambitious soiree with the No Pain In Pop crowd, this time reaching for an artist with plentiful ties to the label already. Ukkonen has a grounding in the romantic nature of original Detroit techno, as is evident as "Luomus" takes hold like a golden-era Carl Craig production, all haunting strings and rousing arpeggios with barely a beat in sight. The long-form piece evolves naturally without ever feeling laborious, moving into various suites that come on like a fine collection of short stories. "Aikomus" meanwhile takes a more linear tack, still stretched over twelve minutes but with a consistent thread that operates in the more mellow end of the techno spectrum, making for some seriously arresting music in the process.
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Cat: EMEGO 190. Rel: 14 Apr 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. CATT
  2. Untitled
  3. 49th Hour
  4. Seascape
  5. Muezzin
  6. Clearing
  7. Shine
  8. Surfaced
  9. Altered
  10. Aver
Review: Editions Mego aren't only good at releasing classics, but they're actually equally as amazing at scouting new, raw talent. The American artiste, Klara Lewis, steps into the limelight with ten audaciously diverse electronic sculptures. Samples and field recordings get moulded and chopped-up and create rhythmic patterns which could almost be danced to. For instance, the opener "CATT" is a rough and improvisational patchwork of organic noises and atmospherics gathered from diverse settings and fused herein to create a stunning hook. The same goes for the rest of the tracks and to be honest, Lewis is actually doing something interesting with field recordings - we can't wait to hear her sound progress into an even more convoluted sonic shuffle! Tip!
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Cat: ACRELP 005. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Exits
  2. Trapdoor
  3. Hollowed
  4. Ellum Tonal
  5. Run Young
  6. Howl
  7. Tunnelling
  8. Iiva
  9. Hex
  10. Fissure
  11. Tymadlyb
Review: Loops Haunt, aka Dundee-based producer Scott Douglas Gordan, has been cultivating his own brand of crepuscular electronica for the past five years, with his intermittent output finding a home on Bristol label Black Acre. Gordan seems to have gravitated closer to the album format with every release, 2012's five track Zenith was somewhere between LP and EP, so it's little surprise to see his latest Black Acre release fully embracing the album format. Some eleven tracks long, Exits is apparently designed to be listened to in one sitting, and we presume with the curtains drawn and some stiff Scotch for company.
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Cat: SP 034. Rel: 14 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Up From The Sun
  2. Luau
  3. Pala
  4. Sorrel & Grays
  5. Lost Inside Your Houses
  6. Harp Of The Evening Garden
  7. Transmissions From The Evening Garden
  8. Seed
Review: Brett Naucke, otherwise known as Catholic Tapes boss or Face Worker in his less docile moods, is simply a great electronic artist form the States and it's no wonder that Spectrum Spools, the label renowned for picking up on people like Container and more recently reissuing the Aquaplano Sessions by Donato Dozzy and Neel, have picked him up for an LP. We wouldn't really call it noise but it's not exactly ambient, rather, a beautiful eight tracks of sonic experimentation. "Luau" is one of our favourites, with its glitchy shreds of sound skipping hastily into a rickety groove, but the whole damn work is outstanding and works gorgeously as a whole piece of music. Spectrum Spools have done it again - class!
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Cat: IMPREC 370. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Maybe A Bird
  2. Content To Reform
  3. Draw Me Out
  4. Not Afraid To Be Kind
  5. Why Feel Alone?
  6. Trophies
  7. Heartloose
  8. Sara
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Cat: SRV 361. Rel: 07 Apr 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Fontana Mix (with Aria)
  2. Imaginary Landscape No5
  3. WBAI
  4. Cartridge Music
  5. O'OO
  6. Variations I
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Cat: HOMELESS 13. Rel: 10 Mar 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Opening Sequence
  2. Lasers For Eyes
  3. Space Sickness
  4. Monster
  5. Celeste
  6. Galaxia
  7. The Devil Played Backwards
  8. Spiral Vortex
  9. Force Field
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Cat: VOD 121LPBOX. Rel: 05 May 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Milena Jesenska
  2. Cyst
  3. Anatomy
  4. Enfilade
  5. Afrikaner
  6. Taoist
  7. Melena Jesenska (from Various - The Elephant Table Album, X Tract, 1983 - bonus track)
  8. Kaaba
  9. Icon Screen
  10. Muslin Gauze Muslim Prayer
  11. Turkish-Koln
  12. Melee
  13. Dissidents (from Various - Life At The Top, Third Mind Records, Abstract Magazine, 1984 - bonus track)
  14. Kabul
  15. Ex
  16. Metropolis (from Various - The Last Supper, Adventures In Reality, 1984 - bonus track)
  17. Trans/Time (from Various - The Last Supper, Adventures In Reality, 1984 - bonus track)
  18. Under The Hand Of Jaruzelski
  19. Ensan Entehari
  20. Empty Quarter (part 1)
  21. Dissidents In Exile (As Muslingauze) (from Various - Trucchi Senza Volto - Cass, Comp, C40 - Megamagomusic, 1984 - bonus track)
  22. Hammer & Sickle
  23. Fear Of Gadaffi
  24. Nettle Cloth
  25. Baize Tents
  26. The Asphalt Jungle (from Various - Film Noir - American Style 2xCass, Comp, Ltd - Ding Dong Records & Tapes, 1984 - bonus track)
  27. Execute The Monkey (from Various - Not By Chance - Cass, Comp, Ltd - Frux, 1984 - bonus track)
  28. Soviet Occupied Territories
  29. Turkish Falaka
  30. Priest
  31. Reuters
  32. Dissidents In Exile
  33. Under The Hand Of Jaruzelski (from Various - Beyond Step One - Cass, Comp, C60 - Sound Of Pig, 1984 - bonus track)
  34. Byzantine Crucifixion
  35. Zebra Slaughter
  36. Palestine
  37. Death Of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale
  38. Political Asylum
  39. Sudanese Amputate The Hands Of Thieves (from Various - Terra Incognita I - LP, Comp - Auxilio De Cientos, 1985 - bonus track)
  40. Sakharov (from Various - Born Out Of Dreams - LP, Comp, Ltd - Frux, 1985 - bonus track)
  41. Sjamboks
  42. Mujahideen
  43. Hezbollah
  44. Flajelata
  45. Homily To Popieluszko
  46. Cahcot
  47. Samizdat
  48. Emigre
  49. Iranian Martyrs (from Various - Nemesis 1 - Cass, Comp, C60 - Nemesis, 1986 - bonus track)
  50. Charnel
  51. Under Black Light
  52. Somnambulists
  53. New Delhi Flogging (from Various - Songs From The New International, Reclooose Organisation, Loose 012, 1986 - bonus track)
  54. X Ajza Of Martyrdome
  55. Unwelcome Visitors (as Muslim Gauze) (from Various - Hits $ Corruption / Skin $ Bone, 1986 - bonus track)
  56. Arms Of The Koran
  57. The Divine Cause
  58. Sabra
  59. Bourj-El-Barajneh
  60. Maiaz
  61. Chatila
  62. Green Is The Colour Of The Prophet (from Various - Nightlands, Final Image, 1987 - bonus track)
  63. Gulfwar (part 1)
  64. Gulfwar (part 2)
  65. Gulfwar (part 3)
  66. Abu Nidal
  67. Green Is The Colour Of The Prophet
  68. Fatwa (Religious Decree Giving Recourse To Terrorism)
  69. Gulf-War (remix - from Various - Provoke No 3 - Cass, Comp, Ltd - Provoke, 1988 - bonus track)
  70. Shadow Of The West
  71. The Muslim City
  72. A Nation
  73. Ways Of Faith (part 1)
  74. Ways Of Faith (part 2)
  75. The Power Of The Word (part 1)
  76. The Power Of The Word (part 2)
  77. Gold Kalpakcilar Dome (part 1 & 2)
  78. A Putrid Oasis
  79. How Rustem, The Thief, Moves Through Fire
  80. Memsahib Of Gub & Ghee
  81. Bilechik Mule
  82. Untitled
  83. Suttee
  84. Jawani Zindabad
  85. Sapere Aude
  86. Saladin Mercy
  87. Sulaymaniyah
  88. Palestine Is Our Izlamic Land (part 1)
  89. Marseille (part 2)
  90. Sadaambush
Review: Muslimgauze is given the Vinyl On Demand treatment! Bryn Jones work as Muslimgauze has been
retrospectively compared to Dominick Fernow's Vatican Shadow for his occasional forays into rougher texture as well as the politically charged subtext, but the music is a lot more wide-ranging, moving from an early industrial influence into something much more psychedelic, making his music feel more relevant today than ever. Chasing The Shadow of Bryn Jones 1983-1988 may only make a dent in Jones' career, and the price tag will put off all but the most affluent of interested Muslimgauze completists, but the ten LPs highlight how crucial an influence his mid 80s output remains on modern music. Includes 208-page book, A1 poster, and 15-track CD compiled By Charles Powne of Soleilmoon.
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