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Residue/TECTORP 18 1 (1-sided 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: RESIDUE/TECTORP 18.1. Rel: 03 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Dungeon Maggots (2:04)
  2. Matter Of Factness (7:31)
  3. Affect (0:13)
  4. Nuances (0:06)
  5. Seciov (0:06)
Review: It's the big, bad Joe Claussell, and the master reigns in the new year with this absolute stunner of an EP for the Sacred Rhythm label. This is Claussell at his most daring, however, and while you might be expecting some phat-ass house beats and groovy tribalism, the man goes far left of the field on here. The opening "Dungeon Maggots" is a translucent blend of crystal synths and subtle dub echoing, while "Matter Of Factness" injects a delicate house flow into the mix, propelled into motion by a dubby guitar riff. "Affect", "Nuances", and "Seciov" all act as beatless electronic tools, a trio of synth sways to add extra effect to your DJ mix. Yes, Joe!
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In The Moon Cage (double 12" (side 4 etched))
Cat: OFFEN 001. Rel: 24 Jun 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Moon Cage I (10:51)
  2. Moon Cage II (10:55)
  3. Moon Cage III (7:05)
  4. Moon Cage IV (8:03)
  5. Moon Cage Annex 01 (10:30)
  6. Moon Cage Annex 02 (4:05)
Review: If you are lucky enough to have visited Dusseldorf club Salon Des Amateurs, you may be familiar with one of its residents, the cultish Serbian DJ Vladimir Ivkovic whose daring sets are inspiration to another of the venue's stars in Lena Willikens. Often Music is Ivkovic's new label and their first release shines a light on the unreleased archives of pioneering Serbian electronic artist Rex Ilusivii, real name Mitar Suboti?. The Serbian artist sadly passed away in a studio fire in 1999 leaving behind a vast number of unreleased works recorded over a decade from 1980 onwards. Six of those rescued tracks feature on this double 12" release In The Moon Cage (side 4 houses an etched illustration) and the more daring selectors out there will find them quite inspirational.
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专辑
Colored (pink vinyl 2xLP)
R&S
Cat: RS 1915. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tema (feat Ruven) (1:08)
  2. Dope (5:10)
  3. Sociodelic (5:26)
  4. Shout (5:28)
  5. Birdlandia (2:40)
  6. Noir (1:24)
  7. Upstream (feat Zap Mama) (4:14)
  8. Turner (3:31)
  9. Zenith (4:22)
  10. Native Sun (5:15)
  11. Go Tell It (feat Salamon Faye) (3:09)
  12. Whatever Means (1:48)
  13. Jumpteenth (5:45)
  14. Burn (2:43)
  15. Space Dookie (feat Big Farma) (6:37)
  16. At Last (0:51)
Review: Given that it's called "Coloured" and appears on shocking pink vinyl, you'd expect Adam Longman Parker's debut album as Afriqua to be a decidedly vibrant and kaleidoscopic affair. It is, of course, with Longman Parker offering up tracks that mix tropical-sounding electronics, glassy-eyed synthesizer motifs, processed vocal sounds and evocative musical flourishes with jaunty, interesting rhythms that neatly sidestep conventional genre rules. It's a mixture that makes for hugely enjoyable listening, with highlights coming thick and fast. These include - though are by no means limited to - the densely layered dancefloor cheekiness of "Shout", the minimalist ambient bliss of "Noir", the hypnotic, intergalactic oddness of "Native Sun" and the bubbly club warmth of "Jumpteenth".
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Played by: Jaffa Surfa
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Flink (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LFI 003. Rel: 08 Feb 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Haarscheinrussler (23:24)
  2. Rest (15:12)
  3. Lyrebird (7:53)
  4. Ruhig, Brauner (12:43)
  5. Flink (1:43)
  6. Comedie Automatique (7:26)
  7. She Never Lies (7:29)
  8. You & I (6:34)
  9. Wurzelmundqualle (7:08)
Review: Air Cushion Finish formed in Berlin in 2007 and is comprised of composer JayRope and 'natural vocal synthesizer' Lippstueck, who have graced Berlin's underground scene together since the 1990s. Lippstueck sings wordless and backwards in time, while partner JayRope uses a combination of electronic and string instruments in an improvised, DIY fashion. According to Amsterdam based label Lullabies For Insomniacs, their ever evolving setup is imperative and 'subsequently music is programmatic to the band, resulting into an unforeseeable slow motion cacophony of whispers, bleeps, rhythms and harmonies.' The Flink LP is the duo's sixth studio album; a collection of experimental electronics, assembled in freeform fashion alongside some curious field recordings that you can fully immerse yourself in.
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Unieqav (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: N 0452. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Uni Sub (5:51)
  2. Uni Mia (5:41)
  3. Uni Version (4:37)
  4. Uni Clip (1:50)
  5. Uni Normal (4:23)
  6. Uni Mic A (3:37)
  7. Uni Blue (5:50)
  8. Uni Mic B (4:53)
  9. Uni DNA (feat Anne-James Chaton) (5:48)
  10. Uni Edit (1:42)
  11. Uni Tra (4:13)
  12. Uni Chord (5:31)
Review: Back in 2008, noted experimentalist Alva Noto began a sporadic series of albums that were far more focused on dancefloor-inspired rhythms than his usual eccentric and inspiring fare. Unieqav is the third and, we're told, final part of the series. The album is apparently meant to be a sonic representation of an underwater dive, a conceptual theme which manifests itself through the storied producer's use of deep and atmospheric chords, fluid and occasionally glistening electronics, and rhythms that evoke images of ever-deeper dives into the dark, cold depths. Rhytmically, there are nods to electro, IDM, dub techno and Autechre, though the mood remains laidback and intoxicated throughout.
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Tri Repetae (reissue) (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 38R. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dael (6:40)
  2. Clipper (8:09)
  3. Leterel (7:07)
  4. Rotar (8:10)
  5. Stud (9:22)
  6. Eutow (3:47)
  7. C/Pach (5:06)
  8. Gnit (5:48)
  9. Overand (7:14)
  10. Rsdio (9:34)
Review: 21 years since its release and a good 15 years after its last vinyl repress, Tri Repetae's new vinyl revitalization is incredibly welcome news to fans old and new. Without wanting to preach to the choir but everything about this body of work remains ahead of its time and on its own. From those opening robotic purrs and mechanical breaks to those final tubular space echoes on "Rsdio", the whole album still sucks you in with such alien, otherworldly allure. How they made those sounds and arranged them in such a way with the technology at the time blew minds back then and blows even more in hindsight. A serious document.
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Incunabula (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 17R. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Kalpol Introl (3:18)
  2. Bike (8:01)
  3. Autriche (6:50)
  4. Bronchus 2 (3:30)
  5. Basscadet (5:21)
  6. Eggshell (9:00)
  7. Doctrine (7:49)
  8. Maetl (6:33)
  9. Windwind (11:13)
  10. Lowride (7:09)
  11. 444 (8:45)
Review: It's hard to over-emphasize the impact made by Autechre's debut album, Incunabla, on its initial release back in 1993. While they'd ruffled a few feathers already with their 1991 debut 12" - an explosion of off-kilter hardcore and techno - the album was an altogether different beast: a collection of timeless "intelligent dance music" numbers that skillfully fused far-sighted, Motor City electronics, teak-tough drums, metallic percussion hits, spacey ambience, and the kind of intense, off-kilter computer rhythms that would later become their trademark. Should you need persuading of its enduring brilliance, check out the feral thrust of "Basscadet", the bubbly, intergalactic hum of "Windwind", and the icy snap of "Autriche".
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Fantastic World (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ORB 01 . Rel: 30 Jan 17
Jazz
  1. The Other World (2:26)
  2. Drop By Drop (3:29)
  3. Cosmic Swing (3:25)
  4. Cry From The Moon (3:22)
  5. Black Light (2:59)
  6. Fantastic World (part 1) (2:16)
  7. Round Drum (8:06)
  8. Fantastic World (part 2) (9:20)
  9. Caribbean Sea (6:19)
  10. My Wife (10:31)
Review: Another Italian reissue label enters the fray as Orbeatize makes a powerful first move by looking back to the 80s and the wild experimentation of jazz drummer Armando Bertozzi. Having already made a distinctive entrance with two previous albums, Bertozzi's final masterstroke was Fantastic World, a daring body of work originally released in 1985. Rich with African percussion and wayward synthesis, this is far from a traditional record, and its hefty second hand price tag makes it more than worthy of a reissue for a whole new crew of cats to turn on to.
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Played by: Dj soFa
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Vulnicura (deluxe edition) (gatefold 2xLP + artwork)
Cat: TPLP 1231. Rel: 24 Mar 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Stonemilker (6:45)
  2. Lionsong (6:04)
  3. History Of Touches (2:56)
  4. Black Lake (10:08)
  5. Family (7:54)
  6. Notget (6:18)
  7. Atom Dance (8:06)
  8. Mouth Mantra (6:06)
  9. Quicksand (3:45)
Review: Icelandic music producer Bjork, who requires absolutely no introduction given her massive contribution to electronic pop music over the last twenty years, finally returns with her new album Vulnicura on One Little Indian Records. Although the LP represents her breakup with Matthew Barney, there are vivid rays of light nested among the more dreary-eyed vocals and melodies. As per usual with her work, there is a distinctive personal touch to her songs. This is most vividly characterised by the droning style of her singing, a sort of juxtaposition when combined to the music below it. Expect an intricate blend of sci-fi electronics, break-ridden power beats and of course, plenty of hard ambience. Bjork's ninth studio album is another winner. This deluxe edition comes with a download code!
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Tag Eins Tag Zwei (limited coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: SP 023 LP STANDARD X. Rel: 24 Nov 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Tag Eins: Day One One/Day Two One/Day One Two/Valentine My Funny (22:30)
  2. Tag Zwei: Day Two Two/Day One Three/Day One Four/Day Two Three/Is Love What You Don't Know (19:12)
Review: F.S Bluum and Nils Frahm are old sparring partners, having first joined forces in the studio for 2010's Music For Lovers Music Versus Time. Three years on from their last joint venture, the pair is reunited on Tag Eins Tag Zwei. Each side of the record is made up of a gently evolving suite of interconnected tracks, seemingly formed from live improvisations in the studio. With Bluum playing a variety of guitars, and Frahm piano, harmonium and celesta, there's a pleasingly organic feel to proceedings. As a result, both sides sit somewhere between krautrock, ambient, and modern classical, with the music being rarely less than magical.
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Music Has The Right To Children (gatefold 2xLP + sticker)
Cat: WARPLP 55R. Rel: 18 Oct 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wildlife Analysis
  2. An Eagle In Your Mind
  3. The Color Of The Fire
  4. Telephasic Workshop
  5. Triangles & Rhombuses
  6. Sixtyten
  7. Turqoise Hexagon Sun
  8. Kaini Industries
  9. Bocuma
  10. Roygbiv
  11. Rue The Whirl
  12. Aquarius
  13. Olson
  14. Pete Standing Alone
  15. Smokes Quantity
  16. Open The Light
  17. One Very Important Thought
Review: Widely regarded as Boards of Canada's finest hour, Music Has The Right To Children finds itself the subject of a well-deserved 2LP gatefold reissue from Warp Records. One of the most defining records of what was known for better or worse as IDM still sounds as timeless as it did in 1998, as the library tones of "Wildlife Analysis", thick downtempo rhythms of "Roygbiv" and out of focus melodies of "Olson" prove. Essential!
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Body Four (LP)
Cat: BED 003. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. I (1:48)
  2. II (1:56)
  3. III (0:46)
  4. IV (1:15)
  5. V (1:34)
  6. VI (2:51)
  7. VII (3:21)
  8. VIII (1:40)
  9. IX (1:42)
  10. X (1:31)
  11. XI (0:50)
  12. XII (1:02)
  13. XIII (1:52)
  14. XIV (2:44)
Review: Ohio born producer John Roberts returns under a different pseudonym named Body Four on his own Brunette Editions and follows up last years Plum LP under his birth name, as well as two previous full length outing on Hamburg label Dial: namely his stunning debut Glass Eights. On this self titled album under the alias, Roberts once again utilises both electronic and acoustic sources, merging both classical and dance music influences, as well as some some experimental and musique concrete approaches on what could be his most challenging album yet. Overall the opus' lo-fi and tape saturated aesthetic adds to its atmosphere, as jagged junkyard rhythms thump around beneath layers of dust and his gritty sound sources writhe in low-bit sample rates and endless layers of time based effects. At times gentle or subtle and rather quite abrasive at other times, all in all this collection of tracks (which on average come in at around a couple of minutes) cover a great variety of moods and grooves.
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D E G (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SKALP 034. Rel: 23 May 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Fhorth (5:31)
  2. Herzzatzz (6:04)
  3. Avantual (5:40)
  4. Evensong (7:45)
  5. Landor 50X2 (6:27)
  6. Pelomen Vapour 1 (4:29)
  7. Pelomen Vapour 2 (5:12)
  8. Pelomen Vapour 3 (5:02)
  9. Kappafects (6:16)
  10. Maghellen (6:12)
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Darrell "Bola" Fitton, a long serving IDM explorer who released five fabulous albums on Skam between 1998 and 2007. D E G, his first album in a decade, is a predictably beguiling and atmospheric affair. Beginning with the sumptuously spacey ambient sweep of "Fhorth", Fitton delivers a master class in hard-to-pigeonhole electronica. While some tracks are reminiscent of some of Autechre's more melodious moments (see "Herzzatzz" and the acid-flecked "Pelomen Vapour 2"), others draw influence from Rephlex style braindance (see the sharp synth riffs and bustling beats of "Landor 50X2"), spaced-out post-dubstep electronic folk ("Evensong") and ghostly, post-apocalyptic ambience ("Pelomen Vapour 3"). Throughout, it remains a hugely entertaining affair.
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Cylene (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: EMEGO 262. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Premiere Noire (3:15)
  2. Erosion Always Wins (7:58)
  3. Pahoehoe (13:05)
  4. Deuxieme Noire (5:04)
  5. Tephras (3:11)
  6. Dernieres Teintes Noires (6:55)
  7. Des Pans Dans Les Cendres (15:08)
Review: Francois J Bonnet (a composer and electroacoustic musician) and Stephen O'Malley (the main man of metal band Sunn O)))) come together here for their first collaborative album. It combines O'Malley's doom laden guitar work with Bonnet's compositional skills to make for a dynamic soundscape that has the sort of grand ambient architecture that places you right at the heart of it all. Dark yet inviting, it is noise that nurtures and comforts you despite its rather foreboding overtones. Orderly yet alien, desolate yet filled with human emotions, "Cylene" makes for a compelling listen.
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Dive Left (LP)
Cat: SHADES 016. Rel: 21 Feb 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Automatic (1:37)
  2. Portland Push (4:11)
  3. Honest Loose (3:08)
  4. Life Tour 29 (5:30)
  5. Fantasy Build & Handheld (1:24)
  6. Repertoire Unit (2:01)
  7. Phant (4:57)
  8. Request Line (1:29)
  9. 77% (2:37)
  10. Request Line II (0:33)
  11. Ritual (1:32)
  12. Making Use (3:30)
  13. Dive Left (4:13)
  14. Ergonomic (4:57)
Review: Box clever, box fresh, box think-outside-of: Boxwork, a London basssmith who's been smouldering across house, tech and bass circles on the likes of WNCL and LNUK now antes up with a full album on "Shades". Showcasing his breadth on his widest tip yet, we're nudged and sashayed between the lines throughout... The subtle jazzy UKGisms of "Honest Loose", the thundering tribal head-twists of "Life Tour 29", the grainy vocal loops and industrial strength techy kicks of "Phant", the deep sea Dilla breaks of the "Request Line" interludes, the woozy drum loops and leftside timpani of "Ritual" and of course the serious club hitter "Portland Push", this list goes on. This is the sound of an accomplished debut album.
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A 1000 Keys (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: EMEGO 224LP. Rel: 08 Sep 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. PSA (3:10)
  2. SYD (4:31)
  3. VIE (6:39)
  4. SFO (0:45)
  5. JFK (5:49)
  6. KGD (7:25)
  7. HEL (0:47)
  8. LAS (8:09)
  9. TBS (3:22)
  10. MEX (3:29)
  11. TLV (3:24)
  12. CGN (3:32)
  13. LED (2:14)
  14. NRT (4:00)
  15. KIX (1:29)
Review: On his newest release for avant electronic powerhouse Editions Mego, German minimal techno legend Thomas Brinkmann. Brinkmann digitally recreated the timbre of a grand piano and then subjected the synthetic sound to a brutal MIDI workout. Also of inspiration were airport terminals, or as he named them 'no-places', and their sterile surroundings devoid of any personality or soul which informed the track titles. The album sits somewhere between mystique concrete, glitch and death metal drumming, if you can imagine such a thing.
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Concrete Desert (gatefold heavyweight coloured vinyl 2xLP + 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 239. Rel: 15 Jun 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Gasoline (4:57)
  2. Agoraphobia (5:07)
  3. Snakes Vs Rats (5:01)
  4. City Of Fallen Angels (6:02)
  5. American Dream (10:04)
  6. Broke (5:01)
  7. Don't Walk These Streets (6:22)
  8. Other Side Of The World (5:44)
  9. Hell A (4:14)
  10. Concrete Desert (14:30)
  11. Dog (feat JK Flesh) (6:49)
  12. Pray (feat JK Flesh) (6:46)
  13. Another Planet (14:56)
Review: If there's one collaboration that we have bowed down to over the last few years, it's most certainly this new found friendship between London's Kevin Martin aka The Bug, and American doom metal guitarists, Earth. One wouldn't immediately make the connection between inner-city future-grime music and suburban stoner rock, but the two styles were in perfect unison, and this is because they're both fascinated with dark, looming clouds of bass. Whether that's through virtual synths or badass bass guitars, it doesn't matter, because the mood is mightily present. Concrete Desert is the alliance's debut LP, and it's all guns blazing from start to finish; tunes like "Snakes vs Rats" or "Metal Drone" represent exactly the sort of freshen-up that each respective act needed - on the one hand, The Bug could have done with some more external influences to the melodic constructions, while Earth needed a new framework to enter the minds of a new, European audience. We've dubbed this style 'metal drone', and we're pretty sure that it's gonna stick after you've played it out for a few minutes. A blinding collab, right here.
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Chance Versus Causality (limited gatefold transparent green vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CABS 29. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Chance Versus Casualty (part 1) (7:19)
  2. Chance Versus Casualty (part 2) (3:00)
  3. Chance Versus Casualty (part 3) (12:07)
  4. Chance Versus Casualty (part 4) (9:28)
  5. Chance Versus Casualty (part 5) (8:15)
  6. Chance Versus Casualty (part 6) (4:36)
  7. Chance Versus Casualty (part 7) (2:52)
Review: In 1979, Cabaret Voltaire - then consisting of all three founder members, Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder and Chris Watson - recorded a soundtrack for an experimental film "for two projectors" by Babeth Mondini. 40 years on, that soundtrack has finally been given a release. It's similar in tone to some of the Sheffield experimentalists' other soundtrack work from the period, offering discordant, unsettling and otherworldly sound collages that fuse heavily modified and processed instrumental parts (guitar, bass, drums, clarinet, saxophone) with tape loops, sampled dialogue and the band's ever-present electronic tones. Whether you're an obsessive Cabs fan or not, it's well worth a listen. This is, after all, a slice of previously hidden musical history.
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Remote Viewing (limited gatefold transparent orange vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ASIPV 017. Rel: 12 Aug 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Behind Dulled Eyes (5:03)
  2. Flutter (6:37)
  3. Reverie (6:21)
  4. Clouded Over (6:28)
  5. Montage (5:16)
  6. Meadows (4:37)
  7. Soft Focus (4:41)
  8. Soliloquy (5:28)
Review: After years spent offering up impressive blends of ambient, drone, electronica and experimental drum and bass as ASC, James Clements has decided to commit more time to Comit (sorry), an alternative project which first surfaced via a debut single in 2016. Here the San Diego-based Brit delivers a first full-length excursion under the alias. There's plenty to soothe and seduce on the eight tracks stretched across two slabs of wax, from the undulating, occasionally skittish beats and sweeping chord sequences of opener "Behind Dulled Eyes" and the icy, doom-laden electronic melancholy of "Reverie", to the early Black Dog Productions flex of "Clouded Over" and the dubbed-out, slow motion bliss of "Soft Focus".
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Played by: Vincent Inc, Tripeo
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White Shadows In The South Seas (2xLP in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: SS 005. Rel: 30 Mar 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dr Derelict (4:37)
  2. Beached (5:25)
  3. White Shadows (7:28)
  4. Po Mahina (4:42)
  5. Night Flower Tapu (6:54)
  6. Each Day At Dusk (5:17)
  7. What Cares Paradise (6:28)
  8. A White Shadow Passes (5:53)
  9. Lung Collapse (5:31)
  10. The Ordeal (5:30)
  11. Tiki Tampoo (3:57)
  12. Hilo Hanakahi (4:53)
  13. Tapu Lifted (5:12)
  14. Jalan Sam Heng (3:48)
Review: To simply call Mike Cooper a folk guitarist and vocalist would do the man no justice. Of course, he has put out a majority of slow-burning folk ballads, but Cooper has also dabbled in plenty of electronica and exotica. White Shadows In The South Seas was originally out on CD through Laurence English's Room40 back in 2013, but Scotland's Sacred Summits have decided to give it their vinyl baptism, and it's not surprise given how well it fits into their catalogue. This album is an explosion of moods, sounds and styles, making it both enchanting and excellent, but also impossible to pin down into one genre. The slow-burning exotica of the opener Dr Derelict somehow manages to sink smoothly into the tripping drums and twisted guitar riffs belonging to "White Shadows". It's simply to good to describe in words, and we're certain that this will make someone's top 5 releases of the year in the experimental charts. Cannot be missed.
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My Cube (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: LHP 001. Rel: 21 Oct 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. First (1:59)
  2. Favorite (3:14)
  3. Private (4:44)
  4. Silhouette (2:13)
  5. Safe Word (4:09)
  6. Opaque (1:47)
  7. Commercial For Toothpaste (3:07)
  8. Bargain Water (5:22)
  9. Emblem (6:04)
  10. Auto/Composite Face Fetish (4:29)
  11. No Name/Didn't Feel A Thing (3:03)
Review: Left Hand Path is a record label based in San Francisco run by Surface Tension's Nihar Bhatt and Chris Zaldua, who put on some impressive line-ups at their parties and were even featured on one of fellow Californian label Jealous God's short run mix CDs which used to come with vinyl releases. The label is "dedicated to liminal sounds and dancefloor transgression" according to their Soundcloud profile. CUBE is the project of Adam Keith of Oakland, California. He draws from a variety of influences on the My Cube LP; there's the brutal textured noise of dynamic opener "First", the lo-fi industrial swagger of "Favorite" or "Emblem" (which are reminiscent of the likes of Profligate) or the brazen post-punk antics of "Bargain Water" which calls to mind early Tropic Of Cancer.
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Mass (LP)
Cat: MGLP 102. Rel: 31 May 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Masstrack (4:44)
  2. Anso (3:00)
  3. Inseminoid (4:11)
  4. Memorandum (3:49)
  5. Sweevi (2:10)
  6. Ultrart (4:54)
  7. The Door (3:27)
  8. Artecc (3:42)
  9. Angelword (1:26)
  10. Silent Agony (6:45)
Review: Federico De Caroli's Deca project has been waving the flag for Italy's ambient and mystique concrete scene since the mid 1980's. The man's albums, which span a wild and diverse set of experimental sounds, are a rarity these days; this particular reissue, Deca's debut from 1986, is going for near L300 on Discogs, so count this your lucky day. Mass, as the name curiously implies, is a rip-roaring fest of a journey through the deepest and most cavernous of coldwave sounds. With its high-speed pace on the drums and a grainy, grey-scaled coating to round it off, it feels like rave music way before the term was coined. Proto-techno also doesn't it do any justice because tunes like "Inseminoid" or "The Door" go much further than that, heading way out into unknown territories which then became second nature to artists like AFX about a decade later. If you're into your dance music on the industrial side, and if you like it cooked raw, then this will please you endlessly. Be quick, though!
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Cat: BB 068LP. Rel: 26 Feb 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Surrounding Seas (3:09)
  2. Light Flight (3:19)
  3. Blazing Skyline (3:25)
  4. Leavin My Place (4:12)
  5. The Cool Brain (2:06)
  6. Black Safari (3:11)
  7. Gates Of Pop Empire (1:49)
  8. Dreams In The Wind (2:10)
  9. Touch As Much (2:38)
  10. Strange Form (5:22)
  11. The Orion Belt (3:19)
  12. Rainbow Rays (2:17)
  13. Like The Wind You Are (2:55)
  14. Litha (2:37)
Review: Jean Pierre Decerf's records have been sampled by top talent in the game (Wu-Tang Clan's RZA) and have also been massively inspirational to the likes of indie talent such as Air. However, the Parisian has always been something of a recluse and it's only now that his best moments have been collected into a definitive compilation by Born Bad Records. As both the cover and title suggest, this stuff is pure psychedelia from start to finish and tracks like "Like Flight" are simply stunning, where freaky guitar riffs meet with twisted synth patterns, funky percussion swings and seductive vocals. Not to exaggerate or anything but this LP might well be the best thing that's landed here at Juno HQ this week and you'd be silly not to pick it up. Essential electronic and discofied innovations.
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Electronic (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: SILLP 1539. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lure Of The Space Goddess (0:31)
  2. Battle Theme (1:03)
  3. Homeric Theme (1:21)
  4. Greek Concrete (0:22)
  5. Attack Of The Alien Minds (2:20)
  6. Gothic Submarine (1:56)
  7. Whirring Menace (2:20)
  8. Souls In Space (1:42)
  9. Time Capsule (1:55)
  10. London Lemons (9 Themes) (1:05)
  11. Restless Relays (1:06)
  12. Planetarium (1:34)
  13. Wet Asteroid (1:34)
  14. Way Out (1:52)
  15. Fresh Aire (0:10)
  16. Delia's Theme (1:20)
  17. Tentative Delia (0:22)
  18. Delia's Idea (0:23)
  19. Delia's Psychadelian Waltz (0:37)
  20. Delia's Resolve (0:07)
  21. Delia's Dream (0:41)
  22. Delia's Reverie (0:25)
  23. Delia's Fulfilment (0:23)
  24. Build Up To... (1:28)
  25. Snide Rhythms (0:56)
Review: An LP which features music by originally recorded in 1969 by BBC Radiophonic Workshop members such as the late Delia Derbyshire, Brian Hodgson and the American born composer David Vorhaus: who later formed as the experimental electronic band White Noise. It was released by the Standard Music Library label, set up in 1968 by Bucks Music and London Weekend Television who also supplied production music for use in TV, commercials, radio and film. Many of these tracks were also used in the 1960's cult TV show 'The Tomorrow People' and each one has a short description of the music after the track title. Derbyshire and Hodgson assumed pseudonyms in the credits: Li de la Russe & Nikki St. George respectively. Two of the tracks are co-written by the pair, who also worked together on Unit Delta Plus: an organisation and studio project which was extensively involved in the promotion and exploration of electronic music at the time. Legendary stuff!
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Played by: Thread London
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You're Dead! (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 256. Rel: 01 Oct 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Theme
  2. Tesla (feat Herbie Hancock)
  3. Cold Dead
  4. Fkn Dead
  5. Never Catch Me (feat Kendrick Lamar)
  6. Dead Man's Tetris (feat Captain Murphy & Snoop Dogg)
  7. Turkey Dog Coma
  8. Stirring
  9. Coronus, The Terminator
  10. Siren Song (feat Angel Deradoorian)
  11. Turtles
  12. Ready Err Not
  13. Eyes Above
  14. Moment Of Hesitation (feat Herbie Hancock)
  15. Descent Into Madness (feat Thundercat)
  16. The Boys Who Died In Their Sleep (feat Captain Murphy)
  17. Obligatory Cadence
  18. Your Potential/The Beyond (feat Niki Randa)
  19. The Protest
Review: Arriving with some truly mind bending artwork from controversial guro manga artist Shintaro Kago, the new Flying Lotus album You're Dead! Is quite alot to take in upon first listen. Some nineteen tracks deep, Steven Ellison uses all the available space to draw you deep into the afterlife as he sees it, veering through heavily psychedelic jazz passages and next level beat explorations that demand you pay full attention. The iconic Herbie Hancock leads a high profile cast of contributing artists to Fly Lo's fifth studio LP and his most ambitious to date with Kendrick Lamar, Captain Murphy, Snoop Dogg, Angel Deradoorian, Thundercat and Niki Randa also adding to what is a transcendental listening experience.
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Make Dogs Sing (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OFFENMUSIC 009. Rel: 13 Jun 18
Ambient/Drone
  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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Low Symphony (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVCL 009. Rel: 07 Jun 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Subterraneans
  2. Some Are
  3. Warzszawa
Review: Originally released on Point Music, Philip Glass' 1993 masterpiece is now available on vinyl for the first time. Having always been reissued as a CDR, the wonderful folks over at Music On Vinyl have remastered this three-tracker for turntable use, on 180 G format, of course, and it was about time somebody did so! The three works are deep, luscious and glide between neo-classical and avant-garde with utter ease. Our cherry pick has to be "Subterraneans" for its delicate waves of strings and general feeling of peace. This is THE soundtrack EP and it's a shame it has yet to be used...
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Omnibus Idem (2xLP)
Cat: SS 001. Rel: 05 Jul 17
Techno
  1. The Saga Begins (6:13)
  2. Good Morning (4:10)
  3. Ghetto (7:52)
  4. Ambient01 (3:54)
  5. Submission_2 (5:27)
  6. St Clair (6:00)
  7. Buena Noche (9:42)
Review: Since debuting under the Gomorra alias back in 2015, Franco Caggese has proved more than adept at delivering rock solid techno workouts shot through with the clandestine ideology of industrial funk and the lo-fi fuzz of analogue hardware. As you'd expect, this debut album sees him attempt to expand his musical horizons a little. So while there are moments of pitch-black, functional fuzziness (see opener "The Saga Begins", the creepy and foreboding "Ghetto" and the kickdrum-driven madness of "Submission 2"), it's not all wall-to-wall rhythmic bleakness. Check, for example, the seductive ambience of "Ambient01", the drifting, sun-kissed electronics and rubbery grooves of "Good Morning" and the deep and sensual "St Clair".
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Personal Rock (reissue) (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FAITBACK 09LP. Rel: 02 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Legends/Nugroove TM (6:21)
  2. St Moritz (6:34)
  3. Type Zwei (7:05)
  4. Non-Relations (6:05)
  5. Ment (6:50)
  6. 70gr (6:19)
  7. Type Eins (8:12)
  8. Siemens.Bioport (7:29)
Review: Jan Jelinek has made many fine albums over the years, under both his given name and a handful of occasional aliases. One such pseudonym was Gramm, a handle he plucked out of thin air for the release of the now celebrated 1999 full-length "Personal Rock". Here that set is given a deserved 20th anniversary vinyl reissue, allowing a whole new generation to investigate the dusty nooks and crannies of one of the producer's most techno-centric releases. It is every bit as sample-heavy, glitchy and crackling as his other work, whereas other outings explored skewed hip-hop beats and downtempo grooves, "Personal Rock" was more informed by the steady pulse of dub techno, the deep space fluidity of ambient techno and the locked-in hypnotism of original era minimal techno. The results are out of this world.
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Mogic (limited heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WEIRD 114LPX. Rel: 16 Nov 18
Indie
  1. Love Time Feel (3:53)
  2. Sky Burial (4:48)
  3. Problem Child (5:13)
  4. First Date (5:37)
  5. Gwae Reged O Heddiw (2:15)
  6. Dyma Fy Robot (1:32)
  7. Tiny Witch Hunter (4:29)
  8. Transport & Travel (6:24)
  9. Welcome To Hell (3:59)
  10. Etheldreda (4:01)
Review: With the addition of Sally Pilkington to Hen Ogledd, the band - now three albums young - go from trio to quartet. Hen Ogledd (or 'The Old North' in Welsh) this time around transgress from their acoustic origins and sound heard more-so on Bronze from 2016 to now flirting and experimenting with an electronic tip (nerds may spot that space echo delay) with high and hollering vocal performances still standing out in their indie, synth pop style. Find some Welsh poetry and spoken word on "Gwae Reged o Heddiw" and "Transport & Travel", while elsewhere "Sky Burial" hits those melancholic sweet spots, and it's as if Enya inspirations are in there somewhere. A patchwork of witty, evoquial, sweet intelligence.
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  1. Music Of Auspicious Clouds (part 1) (21:09)
  2. Music Of Auspicious Clouds (part 2) (19:23)
  3. Waves Of The Blue Sea (part 1) (21:54)
  4. Waves Of The Blue Sea (part 2) (21:43)
Review: New York's Blank Forms Editions welcome back Catherine Christer Hennix for a second album in quick time after her widely acclaimed debut last year. This one manages to hit even harder than that debut across four twenty minute suites that defy many western musical conventions. It is drone music with a difference, weird synth sounds drawn out and contorted before your very ears. It's caustic, challenging listening that plays out like the soundtrack to a horror movie in your own mind. Experimental music as occult as this truly sounds as if it comes from another planet, and tuning into it is a real thrill.
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The Shakes (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: AC 84LP. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Battle (7:03)
  2. Middle (4:32)
  3. Strong (3:59)
  4. Smart (4:14)
  5. Stop (6:29)
  6. Ones (1:16)
  7. Bed (6:05)
  8. Even (6:46)
  9. Safety (4:29)
  10. Silence (7:38)
  11. Warm (2:15)
  12. Peak (10:29)
Review: Veteran house oddball Matthew Herbert has been dormant on the dancefloor front since 2006's Scale LP, but recent times have seen him pick the mantle back up with a series of killer 12"s. The approach continues here with The Shakes, a twelve-track demonstration of just how finely tuned this man's production skills really are. The opener "Battle", much like "Stop", are prime examples of the album's versatility and conceptuality. By that, we mean that this LP makes sense as a whole unit and it's certainly not merely a collection of tunes. In fact, each song sounds like it's talking to the next, joining its soundscapes to reach the inevitable "Peak"...an aptly named final piece to this wonderful amalgamation of samples, vocals, electronics and experimentation. Lush.
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Cat: FTS 14LP. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Saturday Morning Doze (7:31)
  2. At The Store (6:29)
  3. August Haze (8:05)
  4. The Secret Place (5:11)
  5. After School (11:33)
  6. Gloaming (8:26)
  7. From The Bluff (6:23)
  8. Night Games (3:31)
Review: It would be fair to say that Ernest "Ernie" Hood was ahead of his time. During the early 1970s, he was one of the few musicians in Portland, Oregon to embrace synthesizers. He was also a keen zither player and in his spare time made nostalgic field recordings of suburban neighbourhoods that matched those he grew up in. All of these things came together on his sole solo album, "Neighborhoods", an obscure - but rather brilliant - set that still sounds miles ahead of its time. It has a nostalgic tone, but is as evocative and atmospheric as you'd expect given the sonic ingredients Hood spooned into the mix. This re-mastered edition expands it to two discs, too, allowing louder, clearer reproduction of Hood's far-sighted sounds.
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The Practice Of Love (coloured vinyl LP + insert + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 229LPC1. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Lions (3:58)
  2. High Alice (4:42)
  3. Accident (4:01)
  4. The Practice Of Love (3:07)
  5. Ashes To Ashes (4:16)
  6. Thumbsucker (4:12)
  7. Six Red Cannas (4:06)
  8. Ordinary (5:19)
Review: "The Practice Of Love" is Jenny Hval's seventh full-length, and it's the sort of listen that can wash over you while you get lost in a reverie, or take you on a deeply involving inward journey if you tune in to the lyrics. Her voice is angelic, and muses on subjects like growing old, our place in the world, and the notion of intimacy. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the fantastically strong title track with its vulnerable and tender spoken words, folky synth lullaby "Thumbsucker" and "Accident", which could well be a rave comedown with its lilting trance chords and dreamy keys. Quite the trip.
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Em Paz (LP)
Cat: GOS 003LP. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wave Introduction (3:29)
  2. Sunset Salute (7:48)
  3. Mythical Sunflare (4:04)
  4. A Day Of Radiance (5:18)
  5. Mystic Motion (6:05)
  6. Healers On Fire (4:04)
  7. Melting (5:05)
  8. Ceifa (3:57)
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Kaoru Inoue, who returns with a new album after five years away. This time round, and in keeping with the rules governing Groovement's Organic Series, the experienced Japanese producer has put together a set seemingly inspired by the early ambient of Brian Eno and Jon Hassell's "Fourth World" experiments. The latter's unique, hybrid electronic/acoustic approach can be heard in the tumbling guitars, strings and tablas of "Sunset Salute", or the sharp violins, cyclical electronics and post hip-hop beats of "Mythical Sunflare", while the meditative drones and yearning Jonny Nash guitars of "Mystic Motion" sound like a mythical studio hook-up between Terry Riley and Gaussian Curve. And so it goes on, with each track revealing itself as more masterful and majestic than its predecessor.
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Euphoria (reissue) (Record Store Day 2019) (limited numbered LP + insert)
Cat: BNSD 033LP. Rel: 22 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Walking In Straight Lines (5:00)
  2. Bent Double (3:37)
  3. Darling Effect (4:46)
  4. Distractions (5:38)
  5. Relentless (5:14)
  6. Skin Divers (3:29)
  7. Carly Simon (3:14)
  8. Yes (4:53)
  9. Skykicking (7:25)
Review: After quitting Earwig in the early '90s, multi-instrumentalist J. Serge Tardo and vocalist/bassist Kirsty Yates struck out on their own as Insides. The first fruits of their collaborative labour was "Euphoria", a 1993 debut album that effortlessly joined the dots between Michael Brook style ambient, drowsy dream pop, glistening, guitar-laden soundscapes, off-kilter trip-hop and hazy, ethereal West Coast rock. It was a formula that guaranteed plenty of highlights, as this timely Record Store Day reissue proves. Our favourites include the pastoral warmth of "Carly Simon", the Global Communication-esque "Bent Double", the sparse and loose "Yes" and the Steve Reich-influenced bliss of "Distractions".
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Virdulegu Forsetar (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 483738 9. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 1) (14:50)
  2. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 2) (14:13)
  3. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 3) (14:44)
  4. Virdulegu Forsetar (part 4) (21:01)
Review: The late Icelandic composer Johann Johannsson's second studio album from 2004 is one ambient-influenced classical piece that makes use of the same phrase throughout but, for technical reasons, is divided into four parts. It features a host of musical instruments, from tubas, horns, organs and trumpets to glockenspiel and bass. It's a masterpiece in minimalism and repetition, of non-linear music that traps you in the here and now, and it is a beautiful place to be when you listen to the whole album in one immersive sitting.
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Songs From The Otherside Of Emptiness (heavyweight LP + 7" + insert)
Cat: LFI 004. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Zhen (5:08)
  2. Du (5:29)
  3. Seeds (4:29)
  4. I Comeforth By Day Singing (7:24)
  5. Saura (5:51)
  6. Three (5:25)
  7. Marut (3:25)
  8. Sem (5:24)
  9. 6 (4:23)
  10. 8 (4:27)
Review: Life Garden was formed in Phoenix, Arizona during the fall of 1989 by George Dillon, Su Ling and W. David Oliphant. The group was the reinvention of post-industrial band Maybe Mental (1982-1987) and delved into an ineffable territory where language failed, their music found root. Each release was loosely guided by one member, caught between the Tapestry of Silence and Beauty (1991) was focused towards the poetry and vocals of George Dillon who sadly passed away after the completion of the album. During this period the band began to shift from using synths and samplers to an all acoustic approach. Over several months, Su Ling and David developed a unique improvisational style using digital multi-effects and loopers to process Su's vocals and a variety of percussion, string and wind instruments. This became the foundation of the LG sound and is heard thoughout this LP.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Madame E (2xLP in embossed sleeve)
Cat: UNDOGMA 1. Rel: 31 Jan 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Prologue (1:35)
  2. Absolue Souveraine (5:30)
  3. Dieu Dans Le Bordel (4:26)
  4. Dame Qui Monte (4:51)
  5. Plaisir (4:50)
  6. Sous La Voute De Saint-Denis (5:04)
  7. Folle (3:26)
  8. Angelique Denudee (3:25)
  9. Les Halles (4:23)
  10. Longue Attent De La Mort (3:20)
  11. Epilogue (4:22)
Review: A stirring musical translation of Georges Bataille's 1941 novel Mademe Edwarda, composer Mirco Magnani paints 11 stark chapters that range from modern classical to more abstract electronica, each one tessellating with the last. We're ghosted through history as Ernesto Tomasini adds spectral layers of stirring falsetto textures. Taking lines and passages from the book, there's a timeless, supernatural quality that's both alarming and arresting. A genuinely unique concept.
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Cat: 07 SC. Rel: 02 May 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Wood (Gathering Side) (5:54)
  2. Metal (4:11)
  3. Fire (3:04)
  4. Water (9:06)
  5. Earth (5:35)
  6. Wood (0:24)
  7. Wood (Focusing Side) (3:42)
  8. Earth (6:04)
  9. Water (3:25)
  10. Fire (6:07)
  11. Metal (2:51)
  12. Wood (0:15)
Review: Canadian label Seance Center (run by former Invisible City Editions co-founder Brandon Hocura) presents an album by acupressure expert and electronic composer Sam McClellan. Music of the Five Elements is 'a work of perfectly tuned healing music', by way of minimalism, American primitive guitar and psychedelia. On the album, McClellan provides voice, synthesizer, guitar, bowed bass, piano, effects and Chinese flute: all played by himself. Of the album, McClellan himself stated that the optimum effect of the album is achieved if each side of the recording is played through in its entirety, without interruption. Moreover, it should be used as a meditational or body work tool, rather than entertainment, and will increase in effect over time. However, overplaying or improper use may eventually diminish its designed effect. Re-mixed and mastered from the original master reels.
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Impossible Star (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: FLX 012LP. Rel: 15 May 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. One (2:37)
  2. Bass Playa (2:42)
  3. We Are Surrounded (5:58)
  4. Unique Boutique (3:03)
  5. Nocebo (5:31)
  6. Impossible Star (3:54)
  7. Lurker 1-3 (14:55)
  8. TMI (5:18)
  9. Liquidators (2:58)
  10. Nereus Rov (3:32)
  11. Synthesizer Teste (4:41)
  12. Rejector (3:04)
  13. The Darkness (5:47)
Review: Since the tail end of the 1980s, Jack Dangers has been working alongside a range of collaborators to deliver bombastic, redlined electronic music that defies easy categorization. While Meat Beat Manifesto releases were once all-out dancefloor assault, these days Dangers' material tends to be a little more considered and melodious, even if the love of industrial sounds and clanging percussion hits remains. Impossible Star, then, is an otherworldly mixture of creepy but sparkling IDM, razor-sharp industrial soundscapes, rhythmically dense drum machine workouts, skewed, bass-heavy pop, weird ambient, bustling electro and dirt-encrusted, breakbeat-driven shufflers that subtly doff a cap to his proto-big beat years.
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Cat: ZIQ 369. Rel: 01 Sep 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Mr Frosty (6:49)
  2. Reg (5:55)
  3. Jelly Fish (6:01)
  4. Eggy Toast (4:31)
  5. Vodka (4:11)
  6. Winner Takes All (5:43)
  7. Giant Deflating Football (6:21)
  8. Upright Kangaroo (3:34)
  9. The Sound Of The Beady Eyes (7:45)
  10. Bu Bu Bu Ba (6:52)
  11. Vodka (mix 2) (4:23)
  12. Portamento Gosh (2:02)
  13. Waltz (5:21)
  14. Brivert & Muonds (6:18)
  15. Clissold Bathroom (0:57)
  16. Jelly Fish (mix 2) (5:22)
  17. Organ Plodder (4:14)
Review: Back in 1996, Richard D. James and Planet Mu boss Mike Paradinas collaborated on a bizarre self-titled album under the name Mike & Rich. A cult addition to their respective highly-regarded canons that saw the pair applying their braindance template to easy listening and funk, the album soon came to be known as Expert Knob Twiddlers thanks to the excellent cover art. Newly reissued on Planet Mu, the album has been "carefully cleaned up, re-edited and remastered from the original DAT tape [and] put into a more fitting order." Some twenty years on the album remains a playful listen made all the more compelling by the addition of seven previously unheard tracks. A must for any fans of Aphex Twin and u-ZIQ.
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Works (2xLP)
Cat: ELP 020. Rel: 07 Jun 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Despite Faith (6:02)
  2. Drooping Off (7:11)
  3. The Purpose Of Peace (7:06)
  4. Post Crisis Remembrance (7:34)
  5. Tumbling Relentless Heaps (6:53)
  6. Airless Linger (6:31)
  7. The Sky Had Vanished (7:48)
  8. Desires Are Reminiscences By Now (9:14)
  9. Staring At The Sweeps Of The Desert (18:08)
Review: Since his first ambient sketches started appearing in 2012 on the VCO Records label, we have been utterly transfixed with Abul Mogard's music. That's because it ain't no ordinary type of ambient; the enigmatic producer has a very clear sound and direction in his mind when it comes to something as abstract as this. Ecstatic herein compiles the best of his work thus far, capturing nine important and extremely alluring pieces of soundscape for the grey-scaled enthusiast. Pieces such as "Drooping Off" or "Post Crisis Remembrance" are different from each other, the former verging more towards orchestral noise and the latter a downbeat sort of melancholia, but the message is united and linear across them; it's one that evokes feelings of euphoria and perhaps even strikes a bit of fear into the heart, something that is inarguably powerful through the medium of music. Excellent and recommended.
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Lantern (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: WARPLP 254. Rel: 10 Jun 15
Bass
  1. Lantern (1:57)
  2. Very First Breath (feat Irfane) (3:02)
  3. Ryderz (2:41)
  4. Warriors (feat Ruckazoid & Devaeux) (4:30)
  5. Kettles (3:03)
  6. Scud Books (3:43)
  7. Indian Steps (feat Antony) (4:37)
  8. Lil Djembe (2:34)
  9. Deepspace (feat Miguel) (4:11)
  10. Shadows (2:29)
  11. Resistance (feat Jhene Aiko) (3:47)
  12. Portrait Of Luci (3:22)
  13. System (4:15)
  14. Brand New World (3:19)
Review: Ross Birchard has been such an omnipresent figure on modern electronic music as Hudson Mohawke it seems strange to think Lanterns is only his second album. A lot has happened in the world of Hud Mo in the six 6 years since his Warp issued debut set Butter (hello Kanye) and the 14 track Lanterns comes across as a more compelling and adventurous album from the Scottish producer. Featuring some interesting guest appearances (Anthony Hegarty, Irfane, Miguel, Ruckazoid, Jhene Aiko) it's clear Lanterns is being presented as a chance for Birchard to reach the next level, and packs in a whole load of musical ideas along the way.
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No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: COOKLP 711. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Experimental/Electronic
  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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Infernality (red marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HOROEX 10. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Purification (2:27)
  2. Initiation (4:54)
  3. Philosophy (4:49)
  4. Meditations (5:08)
  5. Principles (4:47)
  6. Death & Rebirth (4:48)
  7. Infernality (6:05)
  8. Talismans (5:09)
  9. Symbology (5:54)
  10. Transmutation (1:24)
  11. Retribution (5:08)
  12. Summoning (6:19)
  13. Rites Of Passage (6:50)
Review: The Horo label wouldn't be complete without the mischievous industrial patterns of Pact Infernal, a mysterious artist who specialises in all things on the grey end of the scale. Infernality is the artist's second LP for the imprint and, compared to his debut CD album, this dwells on much vaster, more cinematic landscapes that remind us of Prurient's top material. The A-side, a cavernous stretch of earth that goes from "Purification" to "Meditations", has been constructed with the notion of tribalism very much front of mind, and this builds at a constant rate to reach the climax of the B-side. "Principles" heads back to the nether zone with its eerie swarms of bass, while "Infernality" drops the listener into a thick swamp of loose beats and mind-bending background effects. The second vinyl follows the same steady path to all-out doom, dipping and rising at every turn with the help of powerful bass recipes floating in mid-air. It's an album of gloom, passion, dread and euphoria, all at the same time. Excellent stuff.
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Played by: Nastia Reigel
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Scerizza (limited LP)
Cat: AR 015. Rel: 15 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Coro Di Nava (1:56)
  2. Scerizza (Parte 1) (5:11)
  3. Cocoon Star (Parte 1) (2:31)
  4. Cocoon Star (Parte 2) (4:27)
  5. La Danza Dei Pulcini (2:53)
  6. Sorpresa (5:30)
  7. Scerizza (Parte 2) (6:58)
  8. Scerizza (Parte 3) (4:24)
  9. Canzone Di Maggio (3:59)
  10. Al Contadino Non Far Sapere Quanto Sei Cretino (5:33)
  11. Sorpresa (Versione 3) (3:44)
Review: Prime diggers of obscure gems Archeo set their sights on this stunning new age curio from the late 70s. Pepe Maina released two albums in his late 70s heyday, and it's the second of these, "Scerizza", that gets a long overdue polish up. This is far from one dimensional wallpaper music - the sonic range covers choral pieces, delicate melodic meanderings, gamelan-esque refrains, Fourth World incantations and more besides. There's even some sweet synth jams to melt into, ensuring there's something for everyone to get into. Fans of Jon Hassell, Daniel Schmidt or Laraaji should sink very easily into this rich, multifaceted album.
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The Where House? (2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 214. Rel: 25 Jun 18
Coldwave/Synth
  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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I Was Crossing A Bridge (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 005. Rel: 05 May 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. The Ship Was Sailing (5:36)
  2. Hollywood (2:34)
  3. Music In Fourths (2:29)
  4. Dub It (2:56)
  5. Riverflow Electronic (5:16)
  6. Bachelor (3:39)
  7. Commie Stories (part 5) (0:54)
  8. I'm At That Party Right Now (2:57)
  9. Cross Court (Get It) (5:34)
  10. Getting There (2:33)
  11. Commie Stories (part 9) (5:05)
  12. Deep Felt Music (12:39)
  13. Inferno (part 1) (8:27)
  14. Inferno (part 3) (6:47)
  15. Dox E Koo (Solo Voice) (0:54)
  16. Inferno (part 2) (4:33)
  17. The Bride (6:51)
Review: Ever wonder where Music From Memory founders Abel Nagengast, Jamie Tiller & Tako Reyenga got the name of their label from? The answer is obscure New York musician Vito Ricci, whose diverse and quite stunning discography of private press releases is compiled on this wonderful retrospective I Was Crossing A Bridge. Active during the '80s musical heyday of New York, Ricci description as "one of the unsung heroes of New York's downtown music scene" is fully qualified on this 18 track double LP release, which contains such a dizzying array of musical styles it's tempting to call him a musical genius. The three strong suite of "Inferno" tracks in particular could easily be mistaken for the work of Container, and that Ricci was capable of that as well as some tongue in cheek coke boogie like "I'm At That Party Right Now" means Music From Memory should be applauded once more.
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Songs From Before (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 479555 2. Rel: 04 Mar 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Song (4:13)
  2. Flowers For Yulia (6:48)
  3. Fragment (1:43)
  4. Harmonium (4:20)
  5. Inosphere (1:30)
  6. Autumn Music (1) (3:52)
  7. Time Passing (1:49)
  8. Sunlight (5:37)
  9. Lullaby (0:49)
  10. Autumn Music (2) (3:50)
  11. Verses (1:41)
  12. From The Rue Vilin (1:03)
  13. Leo (bonus track) (2:08)
Review: While he was already building an impressive reputation for his distinctively atmospheric take on modern classical, it was arguably 2006's Songs From Before full-length that really put Max Richter on the map. A decade on, that set - his third, for the record - is being given the reissue treatment. Widely praised at the time, it was Richter's first to feature a narrator, in this case the distinctive tones of progressive rock legend Robert Wyatt. His readings seemingly float above Richter's superb piano, and the subtle accompaniment of a string quartet. Richter has always shown a light touch, and it's this trait that makes Songs From Before such a beguiling listen.
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