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Messagepar ADAGIO830 » 02 Aoû 2019, 12:20

hi. Welcome to a fresh newsletter for AUGUST. Lots of records arrived in the last couple days like restock of the LINGUA IGNOTA DLP, the NIVHEK DLP, POTENCE LP restock along with new stuff like the killer new TOMB MOLD LP, a new IDLES - Mercedes Marxist 7“, BAD BREEDING restock (US PRESS), ELKHORN - Sun Cycle / Elk Jam DLP, DREI AFFEN new 12“, LOST SOUNDS - Black - Wave DLP re issue, new stuff from IMPORTANT records, IMPERIAL TRIUMPHANT - vile luxury DLP and other THROATRUINER releases, OREN AMBARCHI - Simian Angel LP restock, THE RATS - In A Desperate Red LP restock, a new SKAPHE split LP and many many more

We also ship orders in between GERMANY that are over 50 euros for FREE til next wednesday. So maybe take a look :)

Besides all the records you can also get lots of tickets from us for Puschen, Direct Booking etc etc
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COPPER & STARS / LACHE - split 7“ (all good - Two bands with common inspirations, but with different approaches. Lâche is a hard-hitting band that plays a mix of post-hardcore/screamo/hardcore. Despite the harsh and brutal, there’s a vulnerability that is prominent. The songs on this release are the proof. Copper & Stars started with the project You Could Be A Cop. These are the songs that were too dark and brutally honest, they simply formed into a new project, namely Copper & Stars. Lâche is Tord, Jan and Lars-Sverre, who have all played in different bands. The band is inspired by bands like Defeater, Bane, the Cure and fills a void in today’s hardcore scene in Norway. Lâche is the sound of three boys trapped in a bunker where there’s a lot of time for reflection that erodes a young mind. The music reflects the countless feelings one experiences in life. Copper & Stars originated in a basement in the suburbs outside Trondheim in early 2019 and plays heartbreaking and bad punk rock completely devoid of show. With deep desperation and horror behind stuttering riffs, one finds an inherent insecurity and fear of life. The rawness of the recording has captured a small time capsule from a small room during two late nights in the trio’s small insignificant life. Copper & Stars is one of very few bands around that takes up the thread from the 80’s and 90’s emotional punk and hardcore.) 6.00

CURLEYS - s/t 7“ (total punk - CURLEYS cut THE out of their name so it would be bigger on flyers, Curleys will call you out if you don't watch their set, Curleys laugh at all of their own jokes... loudly. Urinals gone hardcore, Wimpy-era Queers on speed. On their debut 7" these Gainesville cretins blast out six tracks of chainlink-guitar hyperactive punk. Frenzied, feverish, and 100% TOTAL PUNK! Limited to 300 copies.) 10.00

IDLES - Mercedes Marxist 7“ (partisan - Following the release of 2018’s critically acclaimed album ‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’, IDLES are back with two new songs, pulled from the aforementioned album sessions. The Mercedes Marxist 7″ contains “Mercedes Marxist” (available as an instant download when pre-ordered) and “I Dream Guillotine” – released 2nd August 2019.
“Mercedes Marxist was a strange beast for us, after Rottweiler, it was the first song we wrote for Joy as an Act of Resistance. I was pissed off at what I was and where I was: I was sofa surfing on the weekends and spending the weeks looking after my mum. My life balance was way off and this song reflects just how useless I felt. It was me at my worst and without any buoyancy it became catharsis. It was the last splurge from Brutalism so we omitted it. I like it now. Joe x”) 12.00

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THE 5678s - Best Hits Of The 5678s LP (time bomb - The world famous Tokyo female rockin’ garage trio The 5.6.7.8’S unleash a 'best of' compilation album. The gals have selected 14 tracks that represent some of their fave (and most well-known) recordings (1994-2014). As an added bonus, the album features an alternate version of "Woo Hoo" (immortalized in the Kill Bill movie).) 27.00

94 EAST - the cookhouse 5 LP (numero - In 1975, Brooklyn transplant Pepe Willie booked time at Cookhouse Recording Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to demo five original compositions. Without roots in the Twin Cities’ insular scene, Willie had no fixed backing group to help realize the arrangements he and vocalists Marcy Ingvoldstad and Kristie Lazenberry had been rehearsing. Willie organized a young cast of backing musicians for the session, among them his wife's cousin: a 16-year-old guitar prodigy named Prince Rogers Nelson. Known colloquially as “The Cookhouse 5” these recordings showcase Prince’s instantly recognizable guitar playing, seasoning to perfection 94 East’s short-but-sweet songbook. A crucial document concerning the origins of the Minneapolis Sound, the B-side boasts instrumental versions of each infectious tune, providing an even greater vantage point from which to admire the Purple One’s expressive playing style, already evident in his teenaged years.) 29.00

ARIEL KALMA - Nuits Blanches au Studio 116 LP (transversales - Unreleased Rarities from Ariel Kalma’s personal archives recorded in the legendary GRM’s Studio 116 during the 70’s. Born and raised in Paris, Ariel Kalma started playing the recorder and saxophone as a youth. After successive studies of Computer Science, Music and Art in Paris he performed in various concerts from middle-age music to free jazz duo. Ariel toured the world, then performed and recorded with several bands (J. Higelin, R. Pinhas, NYL, G. Scornic, Baden Powell). After learning circular breathing on soprano sax, Ariel could include those endless notes into his own long-delay-effect system, dual Revox set-up (two tape machines “chained” together to form a long delay system). In France during the mid-1970s, Kalma was staffed as à recording assistant at legendary Groupe de Recherches Musicales (INA GRM) studios, where Ariel recorded some of his compositions in the Studio 116; the same music concrète laboratory that spawned masterpieces by members Luc Ferrari, Bernard Parmegiani…) 27.00

BAD BREEDING - exiled LP (iron lung - US press - Exiled is another great leap forward from a band whose career trajectory since forming in 2013 has been unusual, perhaps even puzzling to some. Hailing from Stevenage, a southern English borough and the original purposebuilt 'New Town', Bad Breeding's tastes and inclinations might have been of a DIY punk nature, but with no local scene to match the group (Dodd, guitarist Matt Toll, bassist Charlie Rose and drummer Ashlea Bennett) played anything they were offered. Incongruously, this included support slots for Royal Blood and Mastodon - an experience, no doubt, but not their true calling. Bad Breeding have always aimed to channel their own anger rather than speak for a community; float the possibility of working class solidarity, socialist principle and direct action, as opposed to haughtily insisting on those things as markers of Acceptable Politics. Equally, it's possible to listen to 'Exiled' and merely be swept along by the tide of distortion, never mind the lyrics - but you'd be missing a trick. An essay, titled "How Pure Is Your Hate?" and packaged as an insert with the album, sets out their stance for anyone who couldn't quite catch the words: polemic that's articulate without resorting to high-minded academic jargon. )21.00

BLACK TO COMM - Before After LP (thrill jockey - Black To Comm masterfully manipulates sound, his alterations rendering sources unidentifiable and serving as a sort of portal to new realities. Composer Marc Richtercollapses the past, present and future of recorded music into kaleidoscopic pieces that transcend genre, bristling with detail: an intense sensory sonic experience. Before After charts a hallucinogenic journey through polar extremes of emotion and to the outer reaches of sound, is a perfect companion to the darker Seven Horses For Seven Kings. Richter’s technical approach to making music is deeply rooted in his philosophy of time. He points to a quote from early electronic pioneer Eliane Radigue: "everything is an interval, we are always in-between. And in this interval, between two states, there is a continual expression of invisible variations, imperceptible transitions." Before Afterexists in that fluid, liminal space, drawing on sounds and influences from disparate pasts and using these to synthesize new futures. “They Said Sleep” applies contemporary studio techniques to ancient material, creating a Chopped ‘n’ Screwed edit of an early medieval folk song. “The Seven Of Horses” expands on the language of Bulgarian Folk by adding abrasive new textures, processing piano sounds through analogue filters. Even Richter’s own material is ripe for reinvention, “Etas-Unis” and “Perfume Sample” both revisit elements of music from Seven Horses For Seven Kings with results that are entirely new and revelatory of the compositional and sound sculpting skills of Richter. Before After was written during the same sessions that gave birth to Richter’s recent, highly acclaimed, Seven Horses For Seven Kings. The intentionally crafted companion pieces mine similar raw sonic materials to yield radically different results. Where Seven Horses was a dark work focused on anger and desperation, Before After finds faint glimmers of hope in the same sources. By reappraising the past Richter divines new futures, opening up parallel timelines and sonic universes. The album bookends the current phase of Richter’s output as Black To Comm, a decisive statement piece that leaves the future of the project tantalisingly open-ended.) 21.00

CEMENT SHOES - too LP (feel it - Richmond, VA's CEMENT SHOES lay down eight new tracks on, Too, their debut album. If you're new to Da Shoes, their debut 7" single on Feel It in 2018 left both reviewers and punk/hardcore millenials utterly confused and divided. The sage journalists at Razorcake even exclaimed, "This is the kind of genuine hardcore punk that could reach a pretty damn wide audience if the world were a different place." Well, it's 2019 now and the world hasn't changed one degree for the better, buddy! Thankfully, Cement Shoes have returned to drive the point home with their finest-and-fullest-sounding record yet. The Shoes are truly cooking with gas now, bringing the best elements of snappy '80s punk/HC and '70s hard rock to sonic fruition, with the necessary tongue-in-cheek sense of humor intact. Too presents itself as a sonic rendezvous where the '83 LA cast of punkers from Suburbia, Funhouse-era Stooges, Alice Cooper Band, Totalitär, and Cider are all invited. The whole room reeks of cheap beer and reefer, wah pedals lie on top of dirty shag carpet, and Joe Pesci is there to emcee the whole thing. Confused yet? So are we. But screw it, here's an album that sounds as timeless as the precious tape it was recorded on. A smoldering effigy to the way rock music used to simply exist and excite, and a shining example of where the unlimited data of the aughts can actually be stretched.) 20.00
CFM - Soundtrack To An Empty Room LP (in the red - Charles Moothart is releasing his third album under the moniker CFM. It’s called Soundtrack For An Empty Room and keeps it cookin’ off 2016’s Still Life Of Citrus And Slime and 2017’s Dichotomy Desaturated. Moothart is a frequent contributor on many of Ty Segall’s solo ventures but also as a co-conspirator in bands like the blazing jam unit Fuzz, and a fantastic monster of a group called GØGGS, which throws Segall and Moothart in with Chris Shaw of Ex-Cult.) 20.00

DAMON LOCKS BLACK MONUMENT ENSEMBLE - Where Future Unfolds LP (international anthem - Where Future Unfolds is a new work spirited by Chicago-based sound & visual artist Damon Locks. Starting as a solo sound collage piece (where Locks pulled samples from Civil Rights era speeches and recordings to create an improvisational pallet for performance on his drum machine), over 4 years the project has blossomed into his 15-piece Black Monument Ensemble – featuring musicians (including Angel Bat Dawid on clarinets and Dana Hall on drums), singers (alumni of the Chicago Children's Choir), and dancers (members of Chicago youth dance company Move Me Soul). Where Future Unfolds is a live capture of the ensemble's epic debut at the Garfield Park Botanical Conservatory on the West Side of Chicago. Recalling the spirits of Phil Cohran's Artistic Heritage Ensemble, Eddie Gale's Black Rhythm Happening, Archie Shepp's Attica Blues, and Public Enemy's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, the album presents an inspired, innovative & immediate intersection of gospel, jazz, activism & 808 breaks.) 26.00

DREI AFFEN - Seguimos Ciegxs LP (various - Sensational Neo Crust/Screamo outfit DREI AFFEN are back with a new record. Their previous "st" EP as well as the split with legendary COMA REGALIA left open mouths on all sides. DREI AFFEN (members of OsoLuna) from Torrelavega follow up their previous releases with 6 more songs of punishing, screamy and crusty hardcore. Artwork done as usual by Rodrigo Almanegra and looking superb ) 13.00

ELKHORN - Sun Cycle / Elk Jam DLP (feeding tube - "Two mind-bending slabs of acoustic and electric guitars, wandering into corners of acid-logic only accessible to bravest explorers. ELKHORN is a duo—JESSE SHEPPARD and DREW GARDNER—from NYC. Elkhorn's music, which we had suspected might be in a fairly traditional American Primitive vein, was anything but. And these two LPs (released individually, but recorded more or less simultaneously) explore a whole warren of new style caverns. Sun Cycle was recorded at JASON MEAGHER's Black Dirt Studio and is closer to their pure duo sound (although guitarist WILLIE LANE and percussionist RYAN JEWELL are along for the ride). There are elements of the American Primitive thread present, but these touch mostly on the outer reaches of the form, like Gene Estibou & Jean-Claude Pickens' Intensifications, or the crazy distentions of MV and PG Six. On Elk Jam, Willie Lane and Ryan Jewell function more as members of a psychedelic folk-rock quartet, and the troupe takes things even deeper in a Bay Area-styled trip zone. Recalling the classic ruminations of Mountain Bus, the full four man Elkhorn is exactly what the doctor prescribed for a generation of sack-butts who imagine John Mayer's pudgy phallus-riffs have shit to do with transcendental psych exploration. Elkhorn are the true sonic dealio. Instrumental music doesn't get much better than this. As Capt. Beefheart once said, 'If you got ears/You gotta listen!' We couldn't agree more." — Byron Coley, 2019. Edition of 500 copies in gatefold jackets.) 46.00

FANGE - punir LP (throatruiner - With a reputation built on their radical approach to recordings and live shows, FANGE (Rennes, France) has spent five years refining their outrageous, excessive vision of heavy music over one full-length ("Purge", 2016) and a couple of 12"EPs ("Poisse", 2014 & "Pourrissoir", 2017). Recorded over the second half of 2018 and doped by a new rhythmical section, their second full-length "Punir" (punish) doesn't make any single effort to hide their intents. ) 14.00

GAUCHE - A People's History Of Gauche LP (merge - Washington, DC’s Gauche release A People’s History of Gauche, a collective catharsis of anger, frustration, and trauma through creativity. the band find their agency and joy through creating and performing music together in 36 minutes of groove-filled power punk. Recorded with AUSTIN BROWN (Parquet Courts) and ROBERT SZMURLO in Brooklyn, NY, and with JONAH TAKAGI (Ex Hex) in DC, A People’s History of Gauche marks the first time the band worked with people outside of their ranks, resulting in a fuller sound that boasts more intricate instrumentation. From the very first line of album opener “Flash”—“Light’s supposed to show the way, not over-expose it”—Gauche are here to compel us to dance while singing along about society’s universal struggles.) 22.00

GREAT FALLS - A Sense of Rest DLP (throatruiner - "A Sense Of Rest" is the third full-length from Seattle-based post-hardcore/noise rock trio GREAT FALLS, featuring within its ranks formers members of Undertow, Nineironspitfire, Kiss It Goodbye, Playing Enemy, and Jesu. Illustrator, designer, musician, instructor, and letterpress printer Demian Johnston spent his formative years playing bass in legendary hardcore band Undertow before moving to guitar to form Nineironspitfire and later join hardcore icons Kiss It Goodbye. When Kiss It Goodbye disbanded, three-fourths of the band resurrected Playing Enemy, with Johnston additionally taking on vocal duties. In 2001, Shane Mehling joined on bass. By 2006, the band had run its course and Mehling and Johnston spent a few years pursuing more experimental noise in a project called Hemingway. Four years later, Hemingway changed its name to GREAT FALLS, recruiting Phil Petrocelli, who had previously played with outfits such as Jesu and Jarboe, on drums.) 25.00

IMPERIAL TRIUMPHANT - vile luxury DLP (throatruiner - New York's nebulous, avant-garde metal outfit Imperial Triumphant redefine sonic darkness on their ambitious new album, "Vile Luxury". A turbulent, frenetic take on experimental noise and progressive black metal, Imperial Triumphant embody the most austere side of the New York underground. Chaos, menagerie, and the perils of the city clash with its reputation for majesty and extravagance. The band aim to portray the juxtaposition between high society and urban decay. "Our city is like the corpse of a giant." The band explains. "What was once so bright, grand and spectacular, is now filled with greedy maggots writhing towards their share of 'success'. We don't support it nor are we against. We only play the sounds of the New York City as we hear them." "Vile Luxury" combines the various musical elements that follow well within the tradition of music in New York, a monolith of the Western world, of constant experimentation and appropriation of all things that enter it, never leaving the same as it came.) 21.00

JORDAN PERRY - Witness Tree LP (feeding tube - "Vinylization of a self-released cassette issued earlier this year by our favorite Virginia-based guitar player. Witness Tree is a brilliant follow-up to Perry's eponymous debut LP (2018), and expands upon the form-abstractions he first displayed there. Mr. Perry has a firm and solid touch to his string wrangling, but unlike many of his contemporaries, he doesn't seem to feel compelled to resolve all the melodic questions he raises. Perry often stops in a place he finds interesting, repeating rhythmic figures while trying out variations on the note/chord sequence that stopped him in the first place. It's a goddamn fascinating approach and allows him to explore textual aspects of the acoustic guitar that are not investigated often enough. In a certain sense, Perry's playing feels akin to that of Jon Collin's, since both guitarists appear to acknowledge the American Primitive School, while approaching its compositional orthodoxy with an attitude that substitutes experimental tendencies for blues-base thinking. But the way they resolve these themes is quite different. Perry's slower pacing and precise string selection eschews the aleatory for a kind of mindfulness that is as invigorating as I usually find randomness. A deep and lovely dig into the outer edges of acoustic guitar rambling."—Byron Coley, 2019 Edition of 400; includes download slip. 45rpm.) 25.00

LINGUA IGNOTA - Caligula DLP (prfound lore - Caligula, the new album from Lingua Ignota, takes the vision of Kristin Hayter’s vessel to a new level of grandeur, her purging and vengeful audial vision going beyond anything preceding it and reaching a new unparalleled sonic plane within her oeuvre. Succeeding her self-released 2017 All Bitches Die opus, this new one sees Hayter design her most ambitious work to date, displaying the full force of her talent as a vocalist, composer, and storyteller. Vast in scope and multivalent in its influences, with delivery nothing short of demonic, this is an outsider’s opera; magnificent, hideous, and raw. Eschewing and disavowing genre altogether, Hayter builds her own world. Here she fully embodies the moniker Lingua Ignota, from the German mystic Hildegard of Bingen, meaning “unknown language” —this music has no home, any precedent or comparison could only be uneasily given, and there is nothing else like it in the contemporary realm.  Working closely with Seth Manchester at Machines With Magnets studio, Hayter strips away much of the industrial and electronic elements of her previous work, approaching instead the corporeal intensity and intimate menace of her notorious live performances, achieved with unconventional recording techniques and sound sources, as well as a full arsenal of live instrumentation and collaborators including harsh noise master Sam McKinlay (The Rita), visceral drummer Lee Buford (The Body) and frenetic percussionist Ted Byrnes (Cackle Car, Wood & Metal), with guest vocals from Dylan Walker (Full of Hell), Mike Berdan (Uniform), and Noraa Kaplan (Visibilities). Caligula is a massive work, a multi-layered epic that gives voice and space to that which has been silenced and cut out.) 34.00

LOST SOUNDS - Black - Wave DLP (fdh - In 2001 LOST SOUNDS released their sophomore double album, following up Memphis is dead with a maturing sound that encapsulates the bands efforts to create a record that touched on many genres including Black Metal & New Wave (hence the album title). JAY REATARD, ALICJA TROUT, RICH CROOK, and JONAS GARLAND created what is commonly known as one of the most important synthpunk records in the 2000s. After many years of Black Wave being out of print, and the always fantastic Empty Records called it quits, we began discussions to reissue this release. Remastered by DAVE ECK at Lucky Lacquers. Housed with reworked and additional art in gatefold jackets and pressed on 180-gram vinyl in an edition of 500 copies.) 42.00
THE MASK OF THE IMPERIAL FAMILY - s/t LP (important - Limited edition of 200 copies. This replica LP comes housed in a screen printed jacket. All copies are pressed on turquoise vinyl to match the sleeve.  "Both profound and profoundly jaw dropping, the esoteric moves of this massively rare and insanely obscure 300 copy Japanese marvel have until now remained the sole preserve of a handful of heavyweight collectors. It's time to let the cat out of the bag on this one. The dankly cavernous and unsettling acid maneuvers of Dome circa their first three LPs (though absent vocals) are the nearest antecedent I can summon for the principal thrust of the sound here. So too, there's a ritualistic dimension to this stuff that's also a bit suggestive of something like Vasilisk or The Hybryds, though the arcane initiatory atmosphere here is far more penetrating that anything I've heard either of those two muster. Combine that with a Johan Hedran-like overlay of wafting, heat-warped systemic electronics and you're at least in the general neighborhood, but these are only indicators pointing toward the occult sonic universe that The Mask of the Imperial Family are enacting...." ~ Mutant Sounds) 35.00

NATURAL MAN BAND - Living In A Chemical World LP (lumoy - Seven Kansas City mavericks deliver a transcendent rock record for the working class. It’s a brew of punk, new wave, the chili peppers and thanks to the professional sax player even krautrock and jazz. The band is DIALED IN. Rock solid performance throughout, take the Iron Maiden harmonizing in “The Hammer” or the spectacular psychedelic sax noodling on “Holes in the Crust” as a couple bits in a pile of nuggets. Black Randy and Big Boys taught us to love Upbeat Danceable Hard Hat Rock and now Nat Man is respectably holding that torch very high. They’ve checked all the boxes - great sound, great songs, great lyrics, great artwork. LR is thrilled to bring you this truly incredible record.) 20.00

NEUROSIS & JARBOE - Neurosis & Jarboe DLP (neurot - SILVER VINYL - Neurot Recordings are proud to reissue the landmark collaboration Neurosis & Jarboe, which was originally released in 2003. This latest version is fully remastered and with entirely new artwork from Aaron Turner, available on vinyl for the first time. When two independent and distinct spheres overlap, the resulting ellipse tends to emphasize the most striking and powerful characteristics of each body. Such is the case with this particular collaboration between heavy music pioneers Neurosis and the multi-faceted performer Jarboe (who performed in Swans and who has collaborated with an array of people from Blixa Bargeld, J.G. Thirlwell, Attila Csihar, Bill Laswell, Merzbow, Justin K. Broadrick, Helen Money, Father Murphy, the list goes on...) The musicians pull from one another some of the most harrowing and unusual sounds ever heard from either artist at the time—a sentiment which also rings true to some fifteen years later. The collaboration is a deeply textured mosaic that is a culmination of merged aesthetics from two major influences on free-thinking sounds. It unlocked the hidden potential of electronic music as a new force in heavy rock. At a time when groups like Oneida, Wolf Eyes and Black Dice were beginning to experiment with technology in making mind-numbing leaden electro-drone freed from any essence of “dance music,” Neurosis & Jarboe redefined all notions of their past—and outlined the course of heavy music to come.) 34.00

NIVHEK - After Its Own Death / Walking In A Spiral Towards The House DLP (w25th - Opaque assemblages of Mellotron, guitar, field recordings, tapes and broken FX pedals by Pacific Northwest artist Liz Harris, created during and after two contrasting residencies in the Azores, Portugal and Murmansk, Russia and combined with pieces made at home in Astoria, Oregon. The collection’s unique dual design functions as a forked path, existing independently of one another but with roots intertwined. She cites her score for HYPNOSIS DISPLAY as a compositional reference point, inspired by “interior mnemonic device landscapes” and “curiosity around a sadness.” In pacing, palette and poignancy, these sides rank among Harris’ most stark, primordial work: fragile, feverish, ominous and otherworldly. She describes this music as “a requiem, a ritual, to unlock and release feelings,” a sense of shadowy masses, moving backwards, in spirals, massive doorways opening chaotic forces, “a toxic concentrated reduction of something much darker bubbling beneath.” Her artistry for mapping richly detailed inner worlds is nowhere more expressive and enigmatic, vibrations and voices gliding dimly out of the void, “wraithlike and ethereal, their existence in the mist questionable.” Initially released in a private edition that vanished almost as quickly as it was announced, After its own death / Walking in a spiral towards the house is presented here in a beautiful second edition on Superior Viaduct’s imprint W.25TH.) 35.00

OREN AMBARCHI - Simian Angel LP (editoons mego - After a trilogy of spectacular explorations of relentlessly driving rhythms – Sagittarian Domain (2012), Quixotism (2014) and Hubris (2016) – Simian Angel finds Oren Ambarchi renewing his focus on his singular approach to the electric guitar, returning in part to the spacious canvases of classic releases like Grapes from the Estate while also following his muse down previously unexplored byways.) 21.00

PAULINE OLIVEROS - Tara's Room LP (important - Pauline Oliveros' Tara's Room has long been a favorite in the Imprec office and it's a great honor to be able to release it on LP for the very first time. Tara's Room was cut by John Golden and pressed at RTI in order to achieve a quiet, dynamic pressing. Originally released on cassette in 1987 following the 1986 release of "Sounding / Way" with Guy Klucevsek which is also available on LP via Imprec. "Both pieces are intended to aid the listener in times of spiritual change, but are just fine for 'everyday' use as well. Highly recommended." Charles S. Russell, Ear Magazine. This LP features two long sides of infinite depth and sensitivity. Oliveros performs these pieces using a Just Intonation accordion and her Expanded Instrument System in order to bend both time and pitch. Pauline Oliveros, composer, performer and humanitarian is an important pioneer in American Music. Acclaimed internationally, for four decades she has explored sound - forging new ground for herself and others. Through improvisation, electronic music, ritual, teaching and meditation she has created a body of work with such breadth of vision that it profoundly effects those who experience it, and eludes many who try to write about it. Oliveros has been honored with awards, grants and concerts internationally. Whether performing at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., in an underground cavern, or in the studios of West German Radio, Oliveros' commitment to interaction with the moment is unchanged. She can make the sound of a sweeping siren into another instrument of the ensemble. "On some level, music, sound consciousness and religion are all one, and she would seem to be very close to that level." John Rockwell "Through Pauline Oliveros and Deep Listening, I now know what harmony is. It's about the pleasure of making music." John Cage) 27.00

PAULINE OLIVEROS & GUY KLUCEVSEK - Sounding / Way LP (Pauline Oliveros and Guy Klucevsek's "Sounding / Way" was originally released on cassette in 1986 and has been out of print ever since. This LP was cut by John Golden and pressed at RTI in order to achieve a quiet, dynamic pressing. The Sounding / Way concept was simple. Each artist would write a piece for two accordions and then they would perform them together. Thus, side A contains Guy Klucevsek's Tremolo No. 6 performed by Guy Klucevsek and Pauline Oliveros. Side B contains Pauline's composition The Tuning Meditation, also performed by both Pauline and Guy. This is the second release in an on-going effort between Important Records and the Pauline Oliveros Trust to maintain and promote the music, philosophy and legacy of Pauline Oliveros. Guy Klucevsek is one of the world’s most versatile and highly-respected accordionists. He has performed and/or recorded with Laurie Anderson, Bang On a Can, Brave Combo, Anthony Braxton, Anthony Coleman, Dave Douglas, Bill Frisell, Rahim al Haj, Robin Holcomb, Kepa Junkera, the Kronos Quartet, Natalie Merchant, Present Music, Relâche, Zeitgeist, and John Zorn. Pauline Oliveros, composer, performer and humanitarian is an important pioneer in American Music. Acclaimed internationally, for four decades she has explored sound - forging new ground for herself and others. Through improvisation, electronic music, ritual, teaching and meditation she has created a body of work with such breadth of vision that it profoundly effects those who experience it, and eludes many who try to write about it. Oliveros has been honored with awards, grants and concerts internationally. Whether performing at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., in an underground cavern, or in the studios of West German Radio, Oliveros' commitment to interaction with the moment is unchanged. She can make the sound of a sweeping siren into another instrument of the ensemble. "On some level, music, sound consciousness and religion are all one, and she would seem to be very close to that level." John Rockwell "Through Pauline Oliveros and Deep Listening, I now know what harmony is. It's about the pleasure of making music." John Cage) 27.00

PLEASURE LEFTIST - the gate LP (fee lit - Cleveland's PLEASURE LEFTISTS return with The Gate, a new ten song album of cathartic, riveting post-punk excellence. The long-running group, comprised of veteran players in the Clevo scene, have turned in what is arguably their best recorded output—and the first since 2015's The Woods of Heaven. For The Gate, PL ventured out to Portland, OR in March 2019 to record on tape with STAN WRIGHT (Arctic Flowers)—and the results are massive. Those familiar with previous PL material will immediately feel reacquainted with the group's masterful arrangements and cool, confident execution—a style that draws from the early British post-punk classics on labels like 4AD and Factory Records, but retains an organic, original sound that few contemporary acts harness. While The Gate undoubtedly benefits from the best studio sound of any PL release to date, the musicianship is what makes this album feel like an absolutely classic piece of work. The tones are perfect—almost as though Greg Sage dialed them in for a Wipers record. You'll immediately be taken by HALEY MORRIS' vocal range and projection, which shines across the entire album and is absolute next level work. The sheer artistic quality of the songwriting is propelled along in perfect rhythm, as the guitar and bass play off of each other wonderfully.) 20.00

THE RATS - In A Desperate Red LP (mississippi - back in stock - At last! FRED and TOODY COLE (DEAD MOON, PIERCED ARROWS) and drummer LOUIS SAMORA's ultimate punk masterpiece—In A Desperate Red. This is the last record by the Portland punk legends before moving on to a very brief country period and then Fred and Toody moving on to Dead Moon. In fact, two songs from the first Dead Moon LP hail from the same session as this LP. In A Desperate Red combines garage rock, new wave and art punk—just picture a more punk version of Dead Moon if you can. 6 years of work went into remixing and remastering this version with Fred Cole twisting knobs and obsessing over it's every detail and then GREG SHADOAN and TIM STOLLENWERK finishing the job. One of Fred Cole's greatest records and impossible to find for many years—at last this LP is available as it was meant to be heard. Play it loud! First Pressing includes a 40-page booklet and a xerox replica of a RATS show poster! Co-released with Mississippi Records.) 26.00

SACHIKO KANENOBU – Misora LP (lita - Often regarded as Japan’s first female singer-songwriter, SACHIKO KANENOBU created an enduring legacy with Misora, a timeless classic of intricate finger-picking, gently soaring melodies, and rustic Laurel Canyon vibes. Originally released in 1972 on URC (Underground Record Club), one of Japan’s first independent record labels, the HARUOMI HOSONO-produced album remains one of the most beloved works to come out of Japan’s folk and rock scenes centered around Tokyo and Kansai areas in the early 1970s. Remastered from the original analog master tapes Booklets include rare photos, translated lyrics and a new interview with Kanenobu.Vinyl housed in a deluxe, uncoated gatefold jacket with 12-page liner notes book.) 35.00
SANGUINE EAGLE - Storm Mysticism LP (profound lore - After years of ruminant toil, Sanguine Eagle unveil its twin debut full lengths, Storm Mysticism and Shores Of Avarice. This band is black metal in its purest essence: trendless, unyielding, and played with absolute conviction. The compositions are marked as much by resolute and stoic patience as by staggering violence, never pandering to the weakminded and eschewing any shred of the puerile amusement rife in a genre so pilfered by dilettantes. ) 25.00

SANGUINE EAGLE - Shores Of Avarice LP (prfound lore - After years of ruminant toil, Sanguine Eagle unveil its twin debut full lengths, Storm Mysticism and Shores Of Avarice. This band is black metal in its purest essence: trendless, unyielding, and played with absolute conviction. The compositions are marked as much by resolute and stoic patience as by staggering violence, never pandering to the weakminded and eschewing any shred of the puerile amusement rife in a genre so pilfered by dilettantes. ) 25.00

SKAPHE / WORMLUST - Kosmískur Hryllingur LP (“Horror arrives through an oceanic voice and the static resultant of friction of an unoiled machine’s parts, here as the guitars ring in majesty and the static sends each body flying against a wall a gravity persists within 'Vaxvængir vonar'. What goes against the will of celestial being will surely face the cold grip of their hurlant gravitas. That is to say that this is a more palpably ‘black metal’ track albeit a psychedelic and erratic piece that never loosens the tension it provides. Here the constrictor-like qualities of Wormlust meld best with Skáphe‘s otherwise bristling dissonance for a persistent wailing descent. The gushes of psychedelia do give that sense of improvisation once more, especially around nine minutes into the 20+ minute piece. None of these pieces connect outside of the whole and to focus on any one detail will make a mush of the presence the two entities create together. Without this second piece I would’ve been suggesting this is a majority rules affair for Skáphe but I did feel H.V.‘s presence once I’d sorted out my own fascination with the various layers of atmospheric excess that otherwise define the full listen. The assumption is that he’s done all of the vocals here but I believe there to be some variance throughout several points otherwise it’d be a session rather than a collaboration.” — Grizzly Butts) 30.00

SORDIDE - Hier Déjà Mort LP (throatruiner - "Hier Déjà Mort", their third full length, brings their idiosyncratic take on black metal to another level; reinterpreting the heritage of second wave bands through their own disillusioned yet exultant lens. Captured live and mixed analogically, the record sounds crude and natural, allowing space for each instrument to breath. Undeniably rooted in punk in sound and spirit, the band shines at spreading its vehement urgency - furious or more lancinant, yet always hypnotic and vitriolic -,built for moisty basement shows.) 14.00

SUZANNE DOUCET - Transmission LP (drak entries - Suzanne Doucet was born in Tuebingen, Germany where as a three year old, Doucet discovered her innate artistic gifts. Instinctively, she was always drawing, playing music, singing, and writing. By the age of 18, Suzanne was an established pop star in Germany with several #1 hits. She also made her mark as a composer, actress, TV moderator, director, engineer, and producer. At age 25. she took a sabbatical from the music business to go on a spiritual odyssey. In 1970 she released a triple album of field recordings and mind-expanding psychedelia under the name Zweistein. ) 22.00
SUZANNE DOUCET - Reflecting Light Vol. II LP (dark entries - In 1979, Doucet launched a record label in West Germany named Isis, after the Egyptian goddess of feminine divinity. She formed the duo New Age with her musical partner Christian Bühner, and released the 1982 cassette album ‘Transformation’, which was inspired by a visit to Findhorn, Scottland. Suzanne and Christian recorded acoustic sounds such as waterdrops and vocals using sophisticated sound manipulation devices and muli-track recording techniques. The only electronic instruments used were the Jupiter 8 and the Roland TR-808 drum machine.) 22.00
SUZANNE DOUCET - Reflecting Light Vol. I LP (dark entries ) 22.00

SUZANNE DOUCET & WILLIAM WICHMANN - Brilliance LP (dark entries - ) 22.00

SUZANNE DOUCET - New Age Box Set 1982-84 5LP - BOXSET (dark entries - We are honored to release a 5-LP Vinyl Box Set from one of the key figures of New Age music, Suzanne Doucet from her incredible run of cassette only albums from 1982-84. Suzanne was born in Tuebingen, Germany where as a three year old, Doucet discovered her innate artistic gifts. Instinctively, she was always drawing, playing music, singing, and writing. By the age of 18, Suzanne was an established pop star in Germany with several #1 hits. She also made her mark as a composer, actress, TV moderator, director, engineer, and producer. At age 25. she took a sabbatical from the music business to go on a spiritual odyssey. In 1970 she released a triple album of field recordings and mind-expanding psychedelia under the name Zweistein. For the next ten years, she developed her own style of New Age music while exploring many areas of metaphysics and spiritual practices, including astrology, music therapy, tarot, yoga and the Kabbalah.  ) 130.00

SYMMETRY LOVER - s/t LP (i corrupt - This four-piece from Dortmund fuses driving and melodic emo-punk with atmospheric massive post-hardcore and a ferocious voice that blends in from straightforward singing to harsh screams. Symmetry Lover formed in 2017, consisting of current and ex-members of Antenna, Meraine and Remember. Their catchy songs are a synthesis of different backgrounds and will be released on their debut 12” LP, which was recorded in their rehearsal space with Raketenstudio Recordings and refined at Die Tonmeisterei, Oldenburg. The eight songs feature a raw yet punchy sound and deal with daily struggles, relationships and self-determination with a dark but still cathartic approach.) 14.00

THEE OH SEES - Hounds Of Foggy Notion LP (catsle face - “Thee Hounds of Foggy Notion / Live Performances Sans Stages And Whatnots With Thee Oh Sees (2008), is a film we made just over a decade ago, and this record is the soundtrack. I loved making it, and I love all that were involved. I’m honestly blissed-out proud to hear over the years that it somehow is loved by so many others, too) 18.00

TOMB MOLD - Planetary Clairvoyance LP (20 buck son - Received an 8.0 rating from Pitchfork.  Recklessly devouring the world into a vortex of alternate dimensional planes with Manor Of Infinite Forms, Tomb Mold has crashed through boundaries with the impact of an ocean-sized asteroid. Somewhere between outer space, inner space and the unseen dark matter in between all space, they’ve devised an alchemical formula both crushingly oppressive and rapidly expanding outward in every direction. Waking from stasis for the third time in three years, their new record Planetary Clairvoyance is the sum total of knowledge gained and aeons absorbed, concentrated into a single massive tome of arcane wisdom and implausible physics. Like the album’s cover art, it exists in a domain of alien anatomical abnormality, malign flora and cold void desolation, warping and deforming the familiar into unknown obscurity. Tracked in Canada and then mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk once again, the amalgamation of the huge sound of Manor Of Infinite Forms and the gritty particle chaos of Primordial Malignity come into boundless unity on this latest. With the explosive weight of a collapsing black hole, Tomb Mold accelerate unhinged toward infinite resurrection.• Hugely anticipated third album from Toronto death metal band follows widely praised album from last year ) 23.00

TY SEGALL - first taste LP( drag city - It’s a year and a half since the release of Freedom’s Goblin. A winter of rain has buried the recent times of drought. Contradictions are rife. First Taste is an introspective set after the extroversions of Freedom’s Goblin—yet just as steeped in party beats somehow, even as TY SEGALL trails through his back pages, reflecting on family, re-encountering pasts, anticipating futures. First Taste is arch, full of high-energy jams, with a thing in each mix always insistently different. Ty’s song design’s all over the place—not even a surprise anymore—but unlike the freewheeling feast style of Freedom’s Goblin, these twelve numbers form a tightly revolving cycle of song and sound that focuses thoughts.) 26.00

V/A - You're not from around here LP BOX (numero - The previously unissued soundtrack to the 1964 noir, You’re Not From Around Here, discovered after 55 years in the Louis Wayne Moody archive. A hobo’s bindle full of twangy tremolo, reverb-drenched revenge, and existential echo. Songs of alienation, paranoia, dark alleys, betrayal, prison, prostitution, trains, gun play, feminine betrayal, and the dusty, lonely road of self discovery. A black and white affair trapped under the weight of a post-war technicolor allure, You’re Not From Around Here lives in a universe of moral ambiguity. Packaged in a replica of the original octagonal film canister, replete with rusted and glimmering varnishes alike, debossed logoture, and 36" x 27" fold out movie poster.) 28.00

ZOUNDS - Can't Cheat Karma LP (The second release on Sealed Records is a 14 Track round up of the five singles by Zounds. The debut single from 1980 Can't Cheat Karma was released on Crass Records and 39 Years later still stands as one of the finest singles both politically and musically. For the next three singles Zounds released them on Rough Trade Records, along with their debut album The Curse of Zounds. 1981's Demystification was a tense and stark masterpiece. It was followed by the haunting Mikey Dread-produced Dancing and then the more straight up pop of More Trouble Coming Everyday. The final single of Zounds Mark 1 was La Vacht Qui Rit released on Belgium label Not So Brave in 1983 and was originally supposed to be a split single with The Mob but ended up with two scratchy studio tracks and two rough and raw live tracks recorded in Holland in 1982. Every home should have these essential Zounds recordings. Comes with double sided A2 poster.) 22.00
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LÖSS - Löss 7“ (d-ttakt - "I saw 'Löss' live for the first time in Copenhagen 2017. I've been a fan ever since. Honest and straightforward GBG-hardcore punk." - Joakim Staaf-Sylsjö
Members of Härda Ut) 8.00

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ANGELA - Fantasy LP (dark entires - Angela was the studio project of husband/wife duo Angela and Ingo Werner formed in 1981 in Rüsselsheim, Germany. Ingo had classical training in bassoon and piano at the Akademie für Tonkunst in Darmstadt from 1966-70. He joined Krautrock band My Solid Ground in 1971 before going on to form his own project Baba Yaga in 1974. In the late 70s he formed the ensemble AIR with Armin Stöwe and Reinhard Karwatky. The project debuted with a a concert at ARS Electronica Competition in Linz, Austria 1980, which they won. Klaus Schulze was on the jury with Wendy Carlos and Robert Moog - but more importantly, Angela was in the audience. Two days later, Ingo told the band he needed a singer, so they asked Angela, and recorded two albums for RCA between 1981-82 before being dropped. Ingo wanted to work on a new project that involved dancers and live video. They recruited American performance artist Jyl Porch, who was living in Munich, to assist with choreography with her friend Kirsten McKenley. Jyl ended up recording her own album first, which gained interest from Klaus Schulze, who helped them secure a deal with EMI in 1983. Later that year, the trio recorded 4 songs that would be released on Angela ‘Fantasy’ single on 7” and 12” formats in 1984. The music on ‘Fantasy’ was completely created with computer software of Ingo’s own design. The concept of a polyrhythmic, polyphonic, and polydynamic sequencer was realized by Ingo after a visit to Wolfgang Palm in Hamburg. He paired his sequencer with Palm’s legendary PPG Wave Computer System, allowing for more dynamic and nuanced programming. Angela programmed the music, sang, and wrote the lyrics to “Painted Love”, while Ingo arranged and played all electronics and keyboards. Jyl wrote the lyrics for “Fantasy” and the slow and sleazy, electronic disco B-side “I Gotta Little Love”, where she also sings background vocals and the “hot little flame” rap. The original B-side to the 7” version was a cover of the 1967 Hal Hackady and Lee Pockriss song “Kites”, made famous by Simon Dupree and the Big Sound. All songs have been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. The EP features the original 1984 cover artwork with a striking photo of Angela styled by Jyl in severe Neue Deutsche Welle fashion, and includes an insert with lyrics and and photos designed by Maycec..) 17.00

ERAI - same LP (life isn’t funny - back in stock - lifeisafunnything brings you the debut 12" by ERAI out of Berlin!  Being a tragic story of love and hate in six Songs, this record has a wide range of musical influences.  Started with the classic 90s screamo like Policy of 3 or Chino Horde in mind, more and more modern influences found their way into the sound of ERAI! So this selftitled debut 12" became an melancholic, dark and intense blend of screamo, emo, posthardcore and even some indie/alternative-rock!  Music to sit down and read along the lyrics while listening to it! A record, in which you will find new details every time you listen to it! 200 Records are made. All include a lyric-sheet and a downloadcard and are packed into a diy screenprinted and painted inside-out-sleeve!) 12.00

ERAI - Before We Were Wise And Unhappy LP (life isn’t funny - After lifeisafunnything released their debut record in 2017, comes the new Erai 12"! More epic, more dramatic, more melodic and more walls of guitars! Screamo, Indie-Rock, Post-Hardcore and Shoegaze come together and form a rousing and deep piece of music! Recorded at Tonmeisterei by Role, this second output by Berlins Erai come in a selfmade die-cut sleeve and of course includes a downloadcard!) 13.00

EXTENDED ORGAN - Vibe LP (important - Vibe is the new LP from Extended Organ, the Los Angeles based quintet associated with the Los Angeles Free Music Society (LAFMS). Vibe, Extended Organ’s first full-length studio LP since 2000’s XOXO was recorded in April 2016 by members Joe Potts, Fredrik Nilsen, Paul McCarthy, Tom Recchion, and Alex Stevens. The album consists of two side-long tracks, Hate and Vibe, recorded live at LACM Studio in Pasadena, California by acclaimed engineer André Knecht. On Vibe, the band employs prepared piano, junk percussion, Joe Potts’ Chopped Optigan, electric guitar, voice, Rheem organ, various electronics, and homemade instruments. Each track is improvised, then assembled and edited without overdubbing in studio. The music moves with velocity and direction revealing surprises at every turn. The resulting sound is ominous, humorous, harmonious, chaotic and at times quietly erotic. This is abstractly powerful music. The highly provocative cover image, created collaboratively by Joe Potts, Fredrik Nilsen, and Tom Recchion, is shrouded inside a unique laser-cut outer sleeve. Like the music contained within, the cover reveal is a beguiling experience in and of itself. This intriguing package was art directed and designed by Tom Recchion. Formed in 1994, Extended Organ produces a dynamic otherworldly ambience which can be simultaneously hilarious and frightening. Joe Potts lays down a carpet of sound using and his self-engineered drone instrument, the “Chopped Optigan,” over which Paul McCarthy performs vocal and guitar improvisations channeled and processed by Alex Stevens. Alex also adds his own keyboard triggered synthesized sounds. Tom Recchion, renowned as an inventor of homemade instruments, a free improviser, and an accomplished composer of acoustic, electronic and tape music, performs an array of sounds folding lush beauty and horror sensibility into the matrix. Fredrik Nilsen plays an antique Rheem Mark 7 organ along with electronic sound and recordings created by Mike Kelley. Kelley was a member of the group from 2000 until his death in 2012 and continues to be a contributing member by virtue of sound recordings he provided before his death; “In case I can’t make a gig, I can still play.” The LAFMS formed in the early 1970s around a loosely knit group of like-minded musical improvising sound experimenters in eastern Los Angeles who discovered their mutual interest and banded together to design modes of self production and distribution of recordings and publications, helping to develop and propel the DIY movement. In the ensuing 45 years the LAFMS has gone on to create dozens of records and groups (including Doo-Dooettes, AIRWAY, Le Forte Four, Smegma, John Duncan and Extended Organ), hundreds of concerts, festivals in both US and Europe, a full-scale gallery retrospective and volumes of artwork, sculptures, homemade instruments, videos, recordings, and other ephemera.) 27.00

FELICIA ATKINSON - The Flower And The Vessel DLP (shelter - back in stock - French poet and ASMR auteur Félicia Atkinson has frequently fixated on the elusive interwoven relationship between microcosms and macrocosms – how even the quietest creative act ripples outward in unforeseen ways, a whisper with no fixed meaning. Her latest work pursues this notion in a more literal and lasting fashion, as it was crafted while pregnant on tour, in impersonal hotel rooms in foreign cities. She describes it as “a record not about being pregnant but a record made with pregnancy.” Each day and night, finding herself far from home, she asked herself “What am I doing here? How can I connect myself to the world?” The answer gradually revealed itself: “With small gestures: recording my voice, recording birds, a simple melody.” In truth there is nothing simple about The Flower & The Vessel. The album’s 11 songs span a vast pantheon of whispering textures, opaque moods, and surreal spoken word, leading the listener through a mirrored hall of beguiling mirages. Atkinson cites a trio of French classical compositions from her childhood as formative influences on this particular collection: Maurice Ravel’s “L’enfant et les sortilèges” (“a scary opera for kids”), Debussy’s “La Mer” (for its union of narration and music) and Erik Satie’s “Gymnopédies” (as an exercise in negative space, irony without cynicism, and “melody with doubt”). There’s certainly a shade of classicism woven within these tracks, however veiled, abstracted, or unorthodox. Melancholic piano motifs repeat then retreat into a radiant frost of shivering frequencies; processed voices recite cut-up poems and interviews over delay-refracted Rhodes and Wurlitzer; iPad gamelan patterns flutter from meditative to melancholic and back again, offset by pointillist patches of delicate software synesthesia. Although much of Atkinson’s past discography is shaped by speech and the lyricism of language, The Flower & The Vessel ventures farther into silence, absence, and voiceless wilderness. Among her sources of inspiration were “women who wonder, dream, and create vacant spaces in their art,” as well as Ikebana flower arrangements, which reflect her own relationship with listening: “structure combined with everyday noises, selecting them to make a sparse music bouquet.” Field recordings from Tasmania and the Mojave Desert murmur beneath hushed reverberations of gong, vibraphone, marimba, softly processed into an elegant emptiness, alternately eerie and serene. Her mode of minimalism has long been one of reduction, riddles, and curation, but here Atkinson’s synergy feels close to apotheosis, emotive but ambivalent, a ceremony of expectation and invisible forces. The 19-minute closing collaboration with SUNN O))) guitarist Stephen O’Malley, “Des Pierres,” is one of the album’s few pieces tracked in a proper studio (Music Unit in Montreuil, France) but it broods and burns with the same subliminal majesty as the rest of The Flower & The Vessel: an ember in amber, seeds planted in shifting sands. Atkinson’s voice flickers like a flame, framed by slabs of shadowy feedback. Her process may be personal is but its impact ripples to the edges of existence: “How does the act of creation connect us, not only to history, but to the cosmic? It’s a process of taking, and then giving back. It makes us belong to the world.” The Flower and The Vessel features original artwork by Julien Carreyn, and is mastered by Rashad Becker at D+M.) 33.00

GREAT FALLS - A Sense of Rest DLP (smoke) (throatruiner - "A Sense Of Rest" is the third full-length from Seattle-based post-hardcore/noise rock trio GREAT FALLS, featuring within its ranks formers members of Undertow, Nineironspitfire, Kiss It Goodbye, Playing Enemy, and Jesu. Illustrator, designer, musician, instructor, and letterpress printer Demian Johnston spent his formative years playing bass in legendary hardcore band Undertow before moving to guitar to form Nineironspitfire and later join hardcore icons Kiss It Goodbye. When Kiss It Goodbye disbanded, three-fourths of the band resurrected Playing Enemy, with Johnston additionally taking on vocal duties. In 2001, Shane Mehling joined on bass. By 2006, the band had run its course and Mehling and Johnston spent a few years pursuing more experimental noise in a project called Hemingway. Four years later, Hemingway changed its name to GREAT FALLS, recruiting Phil Petrocelli, who had previously played with outfits such as Jesu and Jarboe, on drums.) 25.00

J. MCFARLANE'S REALITY GUEST - Ta Da LP (night school - “Ta Da” is the debut full length from J. McFarlane Reality Guest, the collective name for the trio headed by the eponymous McFarlane. As a member of the group Twerps, McFarlane has traversed guitar-centric, melodic pop music for some years while honing a highly unique, personal musical language. Ta Da is the first recorded unveiling of McFarlane’s affecting, oblique songwriting panache. Originally released in her native Australia on Hobbies Galore, Ta Da will be released worldwide by Night School in June 2019.  Wheezing into view with a troubled reed instrument set against a s of whoozy synth lines, Human Tissue Act is a foggy curtain the listener is invited to peel back. The dissonant notes are left to dance entwined, with clarinet heralding a Harry Partch-esque mallet percussion interlude. It’s a mood. With no resolution in sight, an audience dragged closer into uncertainty is suddenly drenched with the light of inter-weaving wah wah synth and saxophone. I Am A Toy introduces us to McFarlane’s vocal, an effortless and matter-of-fact, accented statement that quietly takes the reins. While McFarlane’s previous work in Twerps might reference 80s UK and antipodean guitar pop, Ta Da showcases a different influences immersed in psychedelic music and synths. It’s a brilliant, deft concoction swimming in Young Marble Giants-type minimalism washed with bare pop and harmony similar to Kevin Ayers making sense of a Melbourne suburb full of faces half-recognised in the blanching sun. What Has He Bought begins with a Casio-keyboard rhythm pattern, palm-muted guitars and immaculately enunciated vocal give way to a burnt melodica part that elevates the spirits. Simple patterns repeated, like a well-tempered pop song that does what it needs to do and no more, build into the sound of summer leaking orange juice. They’re moments of joy, layered on top of each other like a melting cake. Do You Like What I’m Sayin’ recalls Marine Girls covering a classic ‘66 Garage nugget, organ lines fighting funk with guitar chords played just behind the percussion. “In a talking world, meanings are the same. Words want to hold on to the people they contain. Do you like what I’m sayin’?” We’re in a Beckett play perhaps, obtuse absurdities rendered pretty. Alien Ceremony is a heart-melter, given a melancholic timbre by bowed double bass it’s a tragi-comic piece that almost reeks of Robert Wyatt at his mid-whimsical twisting a fugue completely out of shape. Beneath the layers of harmony and twinkling instrumentation you sense there’s a genuine sadness somewhere even if it remains veiled.  Through out Ta Da, McFarlane plays with counterpoint and contrast to sometimes delirious effect. On Your Torturer, a simple, upbeat chord progression is hard panned, underpinning a flute solo which seems out of place, hence making it completely in place on this warmly surreal album. My Enemy is a slowly swinging eulogy to a failed relationship punctuated by analogue synth burbles, with our protagonist simply asking, in the aftermath, “can we be nice?” Here McFarlane’s vocal is straight forward, lyrically conversational but still not completely in focus, a surreal kitchen sink drama filtered through a dream where everything is in the wrong place. It’s a fine precursor to Heartburn, which similarly borrows BBC Radiophonic Workshop-style noise synths and the use of space to carve up the simple “You Will Make My Heart Burn” line. At this point, the listener has been in such close proximity to McFarlane’s show, the reality guest in a performance where they’re the sole audience member, that when Where Are You My Love rises on the horizon as a sleepy, psychedelic send off it’s uplifting. The vocal drifts away into the sunset, simple and direct. It leaves the listener slightly confused, perhaps, but grateful for the gentle surprise.) 23.00

NIVHEK - After Its Own Death / Walking In A Spiral Towards The House DLP (w25th - BACK IN STOCK - Opaque assemblages of Mellotron, guitar, field recordings, tapes and broken FX pedals by Pacific Northwest artist Liz Harris, created during and after two contrasting residencies in the Azores, Portugal and Murmansk, Russia and combined with pieces made at home in Astoria, Oregon. The collection’s unique dual design functions as a forked path, existing independently of one another but with roots intertwined. She cites her score for HYPNOSIS DISPLAY as a compositional reference point, inspired by “interior mnemonic device landscapes” and “curiosity around a sadness.” In pacing, palette and poignancy, these sides rank among Harris’ most stark, primordial work: fragile, feverish, ominous and otherworldly. She describes this music as “a requiem, a ritual, to unlock and release feelings,” a sense of shadowy masses, moving backwards, in spirals, massive doorways opening chaotic forces, “a toxic concentrated reduction of something much darker bubbling beneath.” Her artistry for mapping richly detailed inner worlds is nowhere more expressive and enigmatic, vibrations and voices gliding dimly out of the void, “wraithlike and ethereal, their existence in the mist questionable.”  Initially released in a private edition that vanished almost as quickly as it was announced, After its own death / Walking in a spiral towards the house is presented here in a beautiful second edition on Superior Viaduct’s imprint W.25TH.) 35.00

SWAIN - Negative Space LP (end hits - colored - "Swain is a Dutch (now based in Berlin) Punk Hardcore band formely known as This Routine Is Hell. Negative Space, their second album sounds like the only logical way after The Long Dark Blue from 2016. It's a catchy and evolved album for fans of Radiohead, Sebadoh and Title Fight.“) 18.00

UMBERTO - Helpless Spectator LP (thrill jockey - Umberto is an artist whose work is distinctly cinematic. Composer Matt Hill’s performances and delicate compositions taken together have the cumulative ability to surprise. Hill, whose Umberto moniker is an homage to director Umberto Lenzi, is an experienced and active film composer, most recently scoring the film All That We Destroy. In addition to film and commercial work, Umberto has released a number of lauded solo recordings. Hill’s compositions stand apart as beautiful as they are impenetrable, with pulsing synths that hint at 80s slasher films while pensive string passages evoke emotions without being sentimental.  On Umberto’s Thrill Jockey debut Helpless Spectator, his haunting music is otherworldly and affecting alike, leaving the listener with an unsettling and profound air of mystery. Umberto’s early recordings harken back to classic synth-driven sci-fi and horror soundtracks. Helpless Spectatoruses synthesizers in an entirely different manner. Cold, looming monolith tones are now warm, softer pads that envelope the listener while guitar, cello, banjo and pedal steel add movement and light. Still, Hill unsettles with his arrangements and melodic phrasing. As a composer, Hill has moved to more extensive use of live instrumentation. In addition to playing guitar, bass, and piano himself, Hill worked with fellow composer and recording artist Aaron Martin who played cello and bowed banjo on the majority of the album. “Idaho Joe” Winslow’s pedal steel guitar adds depth and subtle countermelodies to “The Higher Room” and “Leafless Tree.” The name Helpless Spectator is taken from the Julian Jaynes book The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. Hill was taken with the concept Jaynes set out to disprove that “Consciousness can no more modify the working mechanism of the body or its behavior than can the whistle of a train modify its machinery or where it goes.” The darkness and obliviousness inherent in this concept, the notion that while we perceive control, we are not in control, serves as a great metaphor for the contrasts of Umberto’s music. Warm tones and nuanced arrangements with cello and pedal steel are not typically the instruments of dread, yet Hill achieves a creeping undertone of dread with his deceptively complex pieces. Musical figures both melodically and rhythmically simple intertwine, build, and collapse upon one another. The dissonant tensions that steadily grow rarely completely resolve; rather they dissipate into a new set of questions. Unexpected shifts and turns in even the most tender movements of Helpless Spectator are inflected with a contemplative melancholy and fragility. Umberto makes masterful use of varied textures throughout the album, blending supernatural effects and grounded instruments to create distinct atmospheres. Helpless Spectator is inquisitive and moving in equal measure, an album of somber elegance and delicate arrangements whose cumulative effect of unease is entirely unexpected.) 24.00


TAPE

KALMÄUSER - Everybody Needs Friends TAPE (New tape by Berlin-based experimental guitar drum duo Kalmäuser. Think of loose Don Caballero or Storm & Stress.) 7.00

MAW - Whip TAPE (Mysterious new project out of Berlin's jungle. Musique concrète / Cut Up electronics for a new generation. Advanced sounds.) 7.00


MAGAZINES / FANZINES

PAPERCORE - #1 Summer 2019 (a new DIY PUNK fanzinein english feat. columns, an great interview with Marina Margarina, reviews etc. a new first issue) 2.50
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Hi. Welcome to another newsletter … we decided to extended our FREE SHIPPING days for another few days til the end of next week. So all orders over 50 euros (in Germany), 75 euros (EUROPE) and 100 euros (world) will get shipped for FREE. Help us make some space and raise some money for new releases :)

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GRIP CASINO - The King & Eye For An I 7“ ("The idea of the record is to cover Residents' album The King & Eye, which consisted of songs made famous by Elvis Presley. Essentially, this project is a covers record of covers songs, entirely replayed and reworked in a unique way.“) 7.00

LP

ABBATH - Outstrider LP (seasons of - Legendary metal icon ABBATH makes his thunderous return with the new album 'Outstrider.' Three years in the making, 'Outstrider' proves that the infamous mastermind is one of the genre's most incisive songwriters. As the furious stomp of the title track, the churn of "Harvest Pyre" and the neck-snapping "Scythewinder" prove, 'Outstrider' is a must-have album and ABBATH is indeed the master of the riff.) 22.00

AMYGDALA - Our Voices Will Soar Forever LP (violet vinyl) (prosthetic - Five-piece San Antonio punk/hardcore purveyors Amygdala position themselves as part of the punk resistance tradition; they started making ferocious, caustic and outspoken hardcore together in 2014, and their new album, Our Voices Will Soar Forever, certainly pulls no punches. The band's music empowers individuals and communities and is about the non-linear progression of healing, the twisted ways abuse can linger in our psyche, and take control over the ways we navigate life. Vocalist Bianca Quinones confronts nihilism in her shrilling screams as she begins the record with a song that asks about the emptiness of life, the chaos and the tragedy. With its melodic instruments trucking alongside Quinones' powerful grasps for meaning in the violent hollowness of existence, the record encapsulates the deeply terrifying nature of living as a victim of rape and abuse. In classic Amygdala style, each song never stays in one genre, but slowly transitions from traditional melodic hardcore punk, to a heavier, sludgier, black-metal inspired punk whilst never losing true DIY hardcore roots.) 21.00

ARCTIC FLOWERS - Straight To The Hunter LP (contraszt - Portland’s Arctic Flowers have explored unique attempts at cross-pollinating genres that have grown apart over the course of the evolution of dark music, re-incorporating styles usually seen as mutually exclusive in today's fractured (and fractious) punk scene. The end result has been a catalog that is one of the current punk scene's most ambitious, challenging, and rewarding to listen to. Formed in 2009 Arctic Flowers has multiple releases under their belt. “Straight to The Hunter” is their newest full length.) 13.00

DREI AFFEN - Seguimos Ciegxs LP (pifia - back in stock - Sensational Neo Crust/Screamo outfit DREI AFFEN are back with a new record. Their previous "st" EP as well as the split with legendary COMA REGALIA left open mouths on all sides. DREI AFFEN (members of OsoLuna) from Torrelavega follow up their previous releases with 6 more songs of punishing, screamy and crusty hardcore. Artwork done as usual by Rodrigo Almanegra and looking superb.) 13.00
FAUNA - Avifauna DLP (lugus - Fauna is arguably the most intriguing act to emerge out of the budding Cascadian black metal movement. The group is “pagan black metal” in the purest sense of the term. Each Fauna album takes a simple naturalistic theme and explores it both literally and symbolically. The debut, Rain, explores the process of spiritual cleansing through a storm of riffs that wash over the listener like a parade of blackened clouds. The sophomore release, The Hunt offers a blend of chilly black metal, dark ambient and animalistic screams that summon images of a late-night hunt in a wild forest. Both albums are ambitious, consisting of a single song that lasts over an hour. Fauna’s third album, Avifauna, sees the band providing more dynamic and varied sounds. Instead of creating a single monolithic composition, Avifauna consists of three songs, ranging from seventeen to thirty minutes, plus two brief ambient interludes. Close to half of Avifauna is depressive neofolk in the vein of Ulver’s Kveldssanger and Empyrium’s Weiland. Like a bird resting watchfully in its nest, Fauna slowly explore soft, solemn melodies on acoustic guitar and strings before suddenly soaring into glorious passages of epic, melancholic black metal. The album ebbs between these two dimensions with grace and coherence, resulting in dramatic compositions that pull the listener through a spectrum of emotions.) 28.00

ERAI - Before We Were Wise And Unhappy LP (life is a - After lifeisafunnything released their debut record in 2017, comes the new Erai 12"! More epic, more dramatic, more melodic and more walls of guitars! Screamo, Indie-Rock, Post-Hardcore and Shoegaze come together and form a rousing and deep piece of music!  Recorded at Tonmeisterei by Role, this second output by Berlins Erai come in a selfmade die-cut sleeve and of course includes a downloadcard!) 13.00

FAUNA - The Hunt DLP (lugus - In 2004, the drive to explore shamanism and atavism (the reemergence of traits thought to be lost from the human biology and culture) birthed itself in the creation of Olympia black metal fury, Fauna. Originators of the scene we now know as Cascadian Black Metal, Fauna aims at finding antidotes to the woes of the modern age, and a cathartic expression of the contemporary soul longing for the old ways. On "The Hunt" (2007), which is their second album, Fauna particularly took the chance to explore another facet of the human experience - delving into the themes of initiation, hunter and the hunted, life and death, and the need to engage with unseen forces to sustain one's people with life-giving bounty. "The Hunt" is a collection of soundscapes, blistering black metal, and haunting space. Using carefully crafted sounds recorded from the forest, human movement and other natural elements, Fauna weaves a story that will leave the listener both longing for a prior existence and enthralled by pure, unabashed black metal.) 28.00

FUMIO ITABASHI - nature LP (mule - More talking all that jazz, more high aiming music by fumio itabashi: mule musiq is ready to release another record by the legendary japanese jazz pianist, born in ashikaga, tochigi in the year 1949.
"This time his first solo record ever: the heavy jazzing “nature”, which has never been reissued on vinyl since its birth in 1979. it has been recorded at nippon columbia 1st studio, tokyo from march 13 to 15 in the year of its release. it features itabashi making feverish love with the piano and sharing the studio with the great bass players hideaki mochizuki and koichi yamazaki, drummers kenichi kameyama and ryojiro furusawa, soprano saxophonist yoshio otomo and vibraphone wizard hiroshi hatsuyama. They all joined him to perform his very own songs, composed by itabashi himself and produced by ryonosuke honmura, who also produced japanese jazz heroes like saxophonist keizo inoue during his career. but enough background information. what counts is sound. it is fresh, propulsive, twitchy and melodious from the first to the last tone. sometimes the instrumentalists play a classic solo in an overall deep modal jazz atmosphere that seems to be madefor cats that love the good old stars and inventors - from john coltrane to mile davis, from thelonious monk to art blakey. “nature” also shows how deep itabashi studied the history of the genre, while keeping his very own vision of jazz alive. the man that made his professional debut as a member of the sadao watanabe quintet in 1971 and that also was a member of the elvin jones jazz machine world tour from 1985 to 1987, plays the piano in all tempos: nervous high-flying quick, deeply blue blues style slow. Besides the traditional jazz flavours, you get a feeling of mind-expanding spiritual jazz, that grand mas-ters like pharaoh sanders or gary bartz turned into a sacred music genre. a master-class record in ravishing big city jazz music, adventurous, sometimes meditative, sometimes faster than the speed of light, always grooving with a bright, pure-toned sensibility and deeply soulful melodic imaginations.) 28.00
GEISTERFAHRER - sehr entgegenkommend LP (bakc in stock - German post-punk/NDW. Originally recorded during 1979 at Geisterfahrer Studios as a demo and released in a tiny print run only on cassette. Professionally re-mastered in 2017.) 20.00

HANS FRISCH - Levende Opjekten Sjooo LP (golden - Once more the Netherlands proves to be fertile ground for adventurous sonic explorations defiantly untainted from outside influences. The Levende Opjekten Sjooo (L.O.S.) was developed by Artist Hans Frisch, who had made a name for himself as a painter by dripping black car paint on white formica panels, calling this: Clean Art. His next project involved a set with moving statues and music. The statues were actually naked dancers hidden between layers of linnen and plastics. As soon as the music started they would erupt from their disguise and start dancing naked on stage to a rather organic & compulsive music that discarded melody in favour of strange sounds and rhytmic patterns. Through a series of fortunate events, the L.O.S. was invited to make a record, which they did in a short 4-hour session with the use of Flutes, percussions and a Philicorda Organ.The result was a true testimony to what the L.O.S sounded like to the few thousand people who were lucky enough to experience them live. Some pictures of some of the shows survived as well as a handful of original copies of this record. Most copies were confiscated by the police and the rest dissapeared. Luckily we were able to unearth an original copy from which the music was then remastered, with kind authorization by two of L.O.S. band members. We hereby present a restored and remastered version of an utterly rare document of Dutch Psychedelia lost for decades.) 20.00

INFANT SANCHOS - s/t LP (contraszt. A new wave of Berlin Hardcore!  "Infant Sanchos, Drumcomputer und Synthesizer. Dumpfer Bass, schroffe Kanten, Arbeitslosengeschrei, anspruchslose, aber wirksame Tonfolgen. Mentale Hygiene der Generation Mischgetränk. Vom Bodensatz des Kreativmilieus, zwei Renegates, aus Neukölln, aus Langeweile.“) 13.00

JEAN RITCHIE - Singing The Traditional Songs Of Her Kentucky Mountain Family LP (In the world of American folk music, Jean Ritchie was a truly unique presence. Most of the younger artists of the folk revival of the '50s and '60s were middle class urbanites and liberal arts college students who helped "rediscover" the older traditional artists of the South. Though these two groups intermingled at concerts and the younger artists idolized the "true" folk artists, Jean Ritchie was an anomaly in that she fit equally in each crowd. Born in Viper, Kentucky in 1922, Jean was born into The Ritchies of Perry County, who were considered one of the two "great ballad-singing families of Kentucky celebrated among folk song scholars. The youngest of 14 children, Jean had Appalachian folk music in her blood, learning dozens of songs at a very early age from her parents and siblings. By college she was a master of traditional song and it was there that she met Alan Lomax who brought her to New York where she quickly began performing and mingling with Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, and the like. Though she would appear on Library of Congress compilations and various other Lomax related recordings, this 1952 release is her first proper album and you will not find a more beautiful example of traditional Appalachian dulcimer and folk singing than Jean Ritchie Singing The Traditional Songs Of Her Kentucky Mountain Family. Another essential piece of obscure Americana to have new life breathed into it by Fantôme Phonographique.) 22.00

LEN LIGGINS - 1982 til 1985 LP (mauerstadt - In the early 1980s most pop music on the radio was glamorous and over-produced. Bands like Duran Duran and The Human League dominated the charts at a time when unemployment and poverty were common, especially in the north of England. Len Liggins lived in Leeds at this time. It was almost impossible to find a job, so he bought a very simple drum machine and a cheap electric guitar and started to write songs. He then borrowed an Electronic Dream Plant ‘WASP’ synthesizer, a bass guitar that was allegedly played on Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Albatross’, and a 4-track cassette recorder – and began to make his own recordings at home. Len’s songs reflect this grim, monochrome time, with its real fear of nuclear war (‘The War Game’), the worry of being poisoned by lead from car exhausts (‘Lead’) and of having nothing to eat (‘Basil Purdy’s Fridge’). And so, from 1980 to 1985 Len created tracks of lo-fi, minimalist, post-punk experimental synth pop, submitting them to fanzines and underground cassette labels such as International Sound Communication, Real Time, Nuclear Terra. Len discovered in fanzines that there were other people in the north of England who were also making music in their bedrooms. It was a new movement! This genre of music later became known in Britain as ‘minimal wave’. It was underground and cool, and a stark contrast to the plastic pop that filled the charts. People listened to it in industrial cities like Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester while rich young businesspeople in London made huge profits on money markets and lived cocaine lifestyles.) 18.00

LOSS LEADER - s/t LP (pifia - Debut album by Madrid's Loss Leader. Heartbreaking emo / post-hardcore in the vein of Mineral, Van Pelt, …) 13.00

THE LOWEST - cult LP (hasiok - After seven years since their debut release, warsaw heavyweights, The Lowest are coming with the new album. Full lenght CULT is a hybrid of heavy, gloomy hardcore riffs combined with catchy melodies and punk energy. 10 track concept album with lyrics touching different aspects of religiosity, from the primeval atavistic cults to the 20th century sects. Lyrics are full of doubt, anger, questions and hope. Be ready for that journey, be ready for the CULT. ) 13.00

MARK FRY - dreaming with alice LP (oak - A wonderful reissue of a classic psych-/acid-folk full-length,recorded in 1972 by Englishman Mark Fry for the Italian ITimprint, a sublabel of RCA. Coming across like a less freaky, or more naive, take on The Incredible String Band, Forest or Dr. Strangely Strange, this is a relevant album for anyone into the British underground folk explosion of the late '60s and early '70s, as well as fans of American artists such as Perry Leopold and Arthur.) 17.00

MARY WELLS - the one who really loves you LP (cornbreas - Vinyl reissue. Buzzing with electricity, Detroit must have been quite the place in 1962. Motown was taking off and that was thanks, in no small part, to Mary Wells. Her first singles and debut-LP had found massive success but it was this, her second long player, that really put her on the map. With a handful of tracks written by Mr. Miracle himself, Smokey Robinson, including the smash hit title track (which reached #2 R&B, and #8 on the Hot 100), 'The One Who Really Loves You' is as emblematic of the Motown Sound as an album can get. Pure class.) 16.00

ORDESA - Días Cálidos LP (pifia - New record and first full-length from the almighty Ordesa, again 7 new heartbreaking songs of intimate and dark folk, this time switching form acoustic to a full band record, which brings a bit more of brilliance and lightning to the band´s musical proposal.
12” vinyl on transparent clear blue with screen printed B side) 13.00
ROSLYN STEER - You'll know LP (golden pavilion - You'll Know is a collection of songs by Roslyn Steer written over a few years and recorded over a few days in her home in Inniscarra Co. Cork. Another discovery from the ethereal, fragile, yet mesmerizing contemporary Irish scene.) 15.00

SAINT VITUS - Saint Vitus LP (seasons of - Seven years after their epic comeback album, 'Lillie: F-65' (2012), legendary doom metal trailblazers SAINT VITUS return with their eponymous new album. The band sees the return of their original vocalist, Scott Reagers, as well as the addition of new bassist Pat Bruders (DOWN, ex-CROWBAR), who join long-time drummer Henry Vasquez and founder/guitarist Dave Chandler. As if in a time machine, the seasoned quartet pick up where their 1985 classic 'Hallows Victim' left off. Saint Vitus delivers nothing less than the truest and most enduring representation of original and fundamental doom metal.) 23.00

THIS GIFT IS A CURSE - A Throne Of Ash LP (THIS GIFT IS A CURSE return with their deadly new album, 'A Throne of Ash.' The quintet unleash a destructive modern synthesis that pulls from the sub-genres of metallic extremity; the ice-cold veneer of black metal, the cacophonous thunder of noise-core, and the vicious attack of grind/crust. THIS GIFT IS A CURSE are utterly ferocious, and 'A Throne of Ash' is a maelstrom of swirling blackened noise from the gaping mouth of madness.) 22.00


MAGAZINES

THE WIRE - #427 September 2019 MAG (Inside this issue: Excess All Areas: Sometimes a little just isn’t enough... over 22 pages The Wire’s writers explore instances in modern music where too much is exactly the right amount. Including: We Lived By Night: Amid the all night revelries of the late 1980s London club scene, discoveries of sexual liberation and new modes of hearing. By Louise Gray. Celestial bodies: With police in attendance, 2000 punters locked outside and an endless ovation, Alan Silva’s Paris performance of Seasons was the most epic free jazz blowout of them all. By Alan Licht. High Emission Zone: In the face of performances with helicopter-borne quartets, globetrotting orchestras and discarded plastic, how much is too much? By Tim Rutherford- Johnson. Louis Andriessen. By Andy Hamilton. Everything All At Once. By Julian Cowley The Clones Of Dr Funkenstein: George Clinton’s kaleidoscopic vision of P-funk extended to epic stage spectacles, a swarm of pseudonyms, and much metafoolishness on the One. By Greg Tate Bomb Culture: A brief history of explosives in music. By Dan Wilson Anthony Braxton's intergalactic symphonies. By Tony Herrington Shreds Of Evidence: The density of fusion and prog. By Angel Marcloid, The Sweet Science: String arrangements added to jazz, soul and country music were treated with suspicion but acted as gateway drugs to other sounds and states. By David ToopCrazy Collages: By Vicki Bennett Orchestras In The Club. By Jacob Arnold Speaking In Tongues: The overflowing desires of REM’s ninth album Monster explore the queer aspects of human nature. By Claire Biddles ) 8.00
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