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The System
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The System (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 013. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Almost Grown (6:02)
  2. Pendy! You're In Some Awful Danger (4:34)
  3. Find It In Your Eyes (4:31)
  4. Vampirella (3:44)
Review: In typical Music From Memory fashion, their latest archival release shines a light on one of the UK's lesser-known bands of the early 1980s. The System released a lone single in 1981, followed by a now incredibly rare debut album, Logic, in 1983. Three of the cuts here are taken from that set, including the dreamy, downbeat Balearic-pop opener "Almost Grown" - a wonderfully evocative six minutes, all told - and the far-sighted, spacey, proto-techno shuffler "Vampirella". This EP also includes one previously unreleased track, "Find It In Your Eyes", which was rescued from long-forgotten master tapes during the licensing process.
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Event Horizon EP
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Cat: BH 038. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Event Horizon (10:03)
  2. The Surface (7:25)
  3. The Centre Of Time (19:57)
Review: One half of the Canyons, Leo James first presented his solo artistry in 2015 on his own Body Language. 18 months and four EPs deep, his landscapes are becoming more and more vivid and alluring, notably now on the ever-innovative Berceuse Heroique. Unhurried and gossamer in its synthetic sheen, there's a strong sense of science and futurism coded into these wonderfully extensive narratives as the ominous plod and clipped riff uplift of "The Surface", the oceanic epicity of "The Centre Of Time" and the playful thrust of the title track fuse to form almost 40 minutes of immersive electronic soul.
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Concrete Desert
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Concrete Desert (gatefold heavyweight coloured vinyl 2xLP + 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 239. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  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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Parabolas Of Neon
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Parabolas Of Neon (limited 12" in screen-printed sleeve repress)
Cat: FIREC 021. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Sunrise 89 (6:57)
  2. Beatha (2:37)
  3. An Stuc (2:31)
  4. Bryte (1:14)
  5. Tocpe 28 (4:03)
  6. Parabolas Of Neon (6:04)
Review: Following the release of his acclaimed debut album, In Waves, on ESP Institute, Lord of the Isles man Neil McDonald returns home to Firecracker Recordings. With six tracks to choose from, Parabolas of Neon is almost a mini-album. It boasts a quartet of sublime, mind-soothing ambient cuts, topped and tailed by two more rhythmic moments. Opener "Sunrise 89", a shameless dose of nostalgia built around heavy, bleep techno style sub bass and electronic motifs, offers a perfect balance between dancefloor heaviness and dreamy, saucer-eyed intent. Then there's the small matter of the title track, which is the kind of ultra-deep, ultra-dreamy chugger that you just want to hug at six in the morning.
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
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Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 02 Sep 13
  1. Xtal
  2. Tha
  3. Pulsewidth
  4. Ageispolis
  5. I
  6. Green Calx
  7. Heliosphan
  8. We Are The Music Makers
  9. Schottkey 7th Path
  10. Ptolemy
  11. Hedphelym
  12. Delphium
  13. Actium
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Indigo (12'')
Cat: AAR 009. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Blue Pool (6:46)
  2. Penny Royal (8:20)
  3. Express Point (7:54)
  4. Smiths (5:04)
  5. Home (8:37)
  6. Glen Innes (6:25)
Review: In what feels like a perfect turn of events, Analogue Attic have snapped up Melbourne's Matthew Hayes for a wondrous, utterly free-minded ambient showdown. Tunes like "Penny Royal" and "Smiths" have clearly been created by someone who understands the art of subtlety and restraint, a beautiful myriad of sounds that flutter with absolute balance and precision before being placed in a state of continuous metamorphosis. This is real ambient music; not that cheap, two-key drone that's punted hither and thither.
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The Petrified Forest
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Cat: BIO 30CD. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. Drifter
  2. Black Mesa
  3. Turned To Stone
  4. The Petrified Forest
  5. Just A Kiss
  6. This Is The End
Review: Any new release from reclusive Norwegian ambient colossus Geir Jennsen is cause for celebration. The Petrified Forest was inspired by a 1936 movie of the same name, the plot of which revolves around a world-weary British writer meeting a fellow idealist in an isolated diner in the middle of the Arizona desert. Jenssen's music has always been cinematic in tone - think widescreen visions with multiple related movements, sitting somewhere between icy loneliness and comforting homeliness - so it's little surprise to find that The Petrified Forest regularly hits the mark. Evocative, atmospheric and quietly melodiousness, it's a mini album chock full of brilliant downtempo electronica.
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The Petrified Forest
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Cat: BIO 30LP. Rel: 15 May 17
  1. Drifter (4:16)
  2. Black Mesa (5:24)
  3. Turned To Stone (4:47)
  4. The Petrified Forest (5:01)
  5. Just One Kiss (4:54)
  6. This Is The End (5:16)
Review: Any new release from reclusive Norwegian ambient colossus Geir Jennsen is cause for celebration. The Petrified Forest was inspired by a 1936 movie of the same name, the plot of which revolves around a world-weary British writer meeting a fellow idealist in an isolated diner in the middle of the Arizona desert. Jenssen's music has always been cinematic in tone - think widescreen visions with multiple related movements, sitting somewhere between icy loneliness and comforting homeliness - so it's little surprise to find that The Petrified Forest regularly hits the mark. Evocative, atmospheric and quietly melodiousness, it's a mini album chock full of brilliant downtempo electronica.
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The Colundi Sequence Volume 2
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Cat: DUBCD 015. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. GBBVT1337082
  2. UK74R1513080
  3. UK74R1406070
  4. UK74R1514020
  5. UK74R1510029
  6. UK74R1512020
  7. UK74R1409107
  8. UK74R1407020
  9. GBBVT1337202
  10. UK74R1515050
  11. UK74R1514160
  12. UK74R1408124
  13. UK74R1408074
  14. UK74R1406060
  15. UK74R1409117
  16. UK74R1512040
Review: Given that Aleksi Perala has self-released a phenomenal amount of music based around "the Colundi Sequence" - a custom musical scale that boasts 127 frequencies chosen "via experimentation and philosophy" - it can be hard for newcomers to know where to start. We'd suggest this hand picked collection of project highlights, which is Perala's second such compilation. As you'd expect, it contains some seriously good electronica, IDM and ambient music, all with unfathomable titles. While largely positive and jaunty in tone, Perala finds space to include the ghostly, piano-fired bliss of "UKR74R1512020", the frankly chilling drone antics of "UK74R1407020" and the spaced-out techno paranoia of "GBBVT1337202".
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The Triad: Ambient Versions
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Cat: RTRADLP 893. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. The Winter Hymn (4:36)
  2. You What? Euphoria! (5:52)
  3. Frau Im Mond, Sterne Laufen (5:35)
  4. In An Open Space (instrumental) (5:55)
  5. Lions Love (6:51)
  6. Dream Yourself Awake (instrumental) (3:44)
  7. Lichterschmaus (3:54)
  8. Islands In The Sky (instrumental) (6:10)
  9. Wallflowers For Pale Saints (5:00)
Review: When reviewing Pantha Du Prince's fourth solo studio album, The Triad, last year, we remarked on the set's remarkable dreaminess and melodiousness. We also pointed out that it drew heavily on the likes of James Blake and Boards of Canada for inspiration. It makes total sense, then, that the producer has chosen not to deliver a traditional remix album full of club revisions, but rather a set of ambient translations. In effect, he's allowed his love of textures, atmospheres and quiet aural beauty to run riot, resulting in a set that's as picturesque, evocative and emotion-rich as they come. Interestingly, this vinyl version dispels with the vocal mixes present on the CD version, instead serving up instrumentals that gently bristle with horizontal intent.
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A Relentless Gaze
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A Relentless Gaze (140g smokey transparent grey vinyl 12" (limited to 300 copies))
Cat: SSX 01. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. The Sky Is A Sea Of Darkness (7:04)
  2. Bells Of Venus (5:48)
  3. Our Bloods (5:12)
  4. The Time Past (6:16)
Review: Jacob Long's work as Earthen Sea has already firmly established itself on Ital's Lovers Rock label, but here the San Francisco-based artist is branching out to a sympathetic ear - Silent Season. Much like other artists on the label, Long's fusion of heavy atmospherics and submerged techno make for a compelling, immersive listen. At times, such as on "The Sky Is A Sea Of Darkness", he opts for a looming set of pads and textures that bear down on the listener. Elsewhere, more delicate sounds interact across the frequency range, but what binds the record together is the weight of the ambience Long is so adept at crafting. Without a thread of a kick drum pulse to be heard throughout, it's another strong step on for Earthen Sea.
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Pangaea Ultima
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Pangaea Ultima (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SP 032. Rel: 16 Dec 13
  1. Endless Caverns
  2. Planetwalk
  3. Deep Time
  4. Nemesis
  5. Pangaea Ultima
  6. Logotone
  7. Aphelion
  8. Endless Mountains
  9. Worldbuilding
Review: Most recently seen collaborating with vocalist Daniel O'Sullivan as Miracle on an album for Planet Mu, Steve Moore resurfaces in solo mode with a fine LP for the Spectrum Spools label. If you are a fan of the US synth underground, then you will undoubtedly own at least one record by Moore, whose solo output draws from John Carpenter and Tangerine Dream and nudges these influences into patient, evolving synth soundscapes that have positively healing effects. Nine sumptuous tracks long, Pangaea Ultima might be Moore's most ambitious set yet; themed around the super-continent of the same name that geologists have speculated will form in the next quarter of a billion years, the music occupies "an atemporal space" that is far removed from retro pastiche or obvious sci-fi tropes.

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Subtemple (10")
Cat: HDB 108. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Subtemple (7:18)
  2. Beachfires (9:51)
Review: Naturally, there's been plenty of hype surrounding this new Hyperdub 10", which features Burial indulging his often-discussed ambient influences. It's a typically creepy and ghostly affair, with the lack of beats - if not rhythmic elements - only serving to amplify the shadowy producer's impeccable sound design and brilliant use of manipulated field recordings. A-side "Subtemple" is particularly paranoid in tone, featuring as it does chilling melody loops, curious vocal samples, looped vinyl crackle and all manner of layered background noise. Flipside "Beachfires" is, if anything, even more dystopian, with Burial basing the action around the kind of pulsing chords that gust back and forth like an autumnal breeze.
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Nektyr (LP)
Cat: KRANK 209LP. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Niorum (3:56)
  2. Morgon (9:01)
  3. Korridorer (4:41)
  4. Illdrop (3:17)
  5. Mea (2:20)
  6. Ambur (6:40)
  7. Flor (3:32)
Review: Newcomer Demen, who goes by the relatively more peaceful name Irma Orm in the real world, appears on the Kranky imprint with a full-blown LP, which is sort of a bold move if you think about it; usually debutants land with an EP, or even a mini LP, but this feels like something much more accomplished. What's more, this really does feel like a complete work from an artist who truly understands the intricacies of constructing something much broader than a single. The Swedish producer's sound is angelic and demonic at the same time, immersing there listener into a cold yet uplifting stratosphere of sounds that make for some truly meditative experiences. Everything is connected and nothing is random here; Demen is in total control of the direction of her music, and its final delivery. This is electronica with a darker twist. Excellent.
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Sad Beach EP
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Sad Beach EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: U 09. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Sailing On A Black Sea
  2. Sad Beach
  3. Through The Desert Land
  4. Seaport Theme
  5. Water Plain
Review: Uber's latest offering is a sublime 5 track ep from French producer Shelter. Sailing On A Black sea is a drifting piece of ambient electronica. Late night stargazing on the deck with the waves gently lapping on the shore. Sad Beach continues with the layered textures with a little more of a percussive feel. through the Desert Land is shimmering mesmerising journey through the dunes with loose congas soft guitars and a hypnotic Jews Harp. Seaport theme continues the coastal vibrations but with a touch of bounce and uplifting choral vocal stabs and louche pads. Finally Water Plain closes the journey with kalimbas and xylophonic melodies and the contining theme of phosphoescent seas and soothing synth sounds. A very accopmlished slice of beach bar balearica destined for sunsets around the med for years to come.
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Udacha 12
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Udacha 12 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UDACHA 12. Rel: 11 Jul 16
  1. P-SH - "Wee See The Island"
  2. Fitz Ellarald - "Mappa Mundi"
  3. P-SH - "Zsyamono's Odo Message From Flaming Trixx"
  4. Fitz Ellarald - "Simulacre Uno"
Review: Since 2012, Russia's Udacha label has been providing us with consistently excellent levels of grainy deep house, a particular strand of the genre that easily moulds into something altogether more ethereal and abstract. Newcomer P-SH constructs a beatless sway of placid harmonics on "Wee See The Island", followed by the minimal tribal rattle of percussion called "Mappa Mundi" by Fitz Ellarald. On the flip, "Zsyamono's Odo Message From Flaming Trixx" is hard to describe because of its constantly shifting bundle of sounds and sonics, and "Sumlacre Uno" by Ellarald ties thigns off with a beatless, spaced-out sway powered by a subtle collection of field recordings. Weird and wonderful - TIP!
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Time Signals (reissue)
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Cat: JBH 063LP. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Journal (0:36)
  2. Time Signal (1:27)
  3. Scoria (2:30)
  4. Rhythm & Sounds (1:23)
  5. Sequent (1:40)
  6. Just Walk Easy (1:01)
  7. Walk Easy (1:02)
  8. Join In (1:33)
  9. The Rocker (1:29)
  10. Hot Cake (1:19)
  11. Shuffling (1:16)
  12. The Hunters (1:16)
  13. Drums Around (1:52)
  14. Survivor (2:43)
  15. Different Strokes (1:13)
  16. Reports (1:09)
  17. Humming (1:19)
  18. Eternity (1:20)
  19. Swinging Skins (1:22)
  20. Machinery (1:37)
  21. The Searchers (1:09)
  22. Space Waltz (1:40)
  23. Kind Of Bossa (1:29)
  24. Rudiments (1:17)
  25. Heavy Weights (1:45)
Review: Before submerging himself in the world of electronic-acoustic fusion in 1977, Klauss Weiss had been best known as one of Germany's leading jazz drummers. 1978's Time Signals - here reissued on vinyl for the first time since - was not his first attempt to fuse early analogue synthesizers and home-made electronics with his own jazz-leaning drumming, but it probably remains his most successful exploration of this style. It's an album that successfully distils many influences - ambient, krautrock, Tangerine Dream, space rock, the Radiophonic Workshop, and so on - into a wealth of short, library music style tracks that impress with their imaginative approach to musical fusion. Throw in some killer drumming from Weiss - including some turntablist-friendly breaks - and you have an odd but thoroughly entertaining album.
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E2 E4 2016: 35th Anniversary Edition
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E2 E4 2016: 35th Anniversary Edition (heavyweight vinyl LP in embossed sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: MGART 904. Rel: 26 Sep 16
  1. 31' 38 (31:25)
  2. 23' 00 (22:42)
Review: You'll probably already be acquainted with the name Manuel Gottsching - and you should be - but just in case you aren't, he was a pillar of Ash Ra Tempel's golden years and, among other of his contemporaries, was a pioneer of the genre that is often dubbed 'new age'. E2-E4 was a 1984 solo album from the man, and is certainly up there with the likes of Steve Reich's best minimal material, although it has often gone relatively unnoticed. MG Art from Germany have done us the favour of reissuing this monumental release, and we're utterly awestruck by how contemporary and fresh this album still is. In fact, one could say that a tune like "31'38" is the basis for the sound championed by new labels like Mood Hut, where a significantly danceable beat is laid above placid, warm harmonics. Similarly, "23'00" is just as balearic and phased out but, once again, we just can't believe how great this music still sounds more than thirty years later. Warmly recommended.
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Memories Live Longer Than Dreams
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  1. Memories Live Longer Than Dreams (8:34)
  2. Don’t Sleep I Am Not What I Seem, I'm A Very Quiet Storm (13:14)
  3. A Longing To Be Absorbed For A While Into A Different & Beautiful World (13:15)
  4. Days In The Wilderness (4:17)
  5. Stralauer Peninsula (16:40)
  6. We All Won That Day, Sunshine (12:37)
  7. And At Dawn Armed With Glowing Patience, We Will Enter The Cities Of Glory (Stripped) (10:43)
Review: Leyland Kirby never ceases to disappoint thanks to the variety of material that comes out through his 'History Always Favours The Winners' label and although he's set up camp in Krakow over the last few years, we still very much see him as the beating heart of modern UK leftfield. Memories Live Longer Than Dreams is his fifth LP under his own name and, as you'd imagine, this is deeply introspective affair. Ambient is at the core of this music, but the sounds across the album have a lot more in common with neo-classical thanks to their tone and placement. In other words, although this is music for the open-minded, nothing is random and no sound is out of place. Each and every segment has a particular narrative, which is undoubtedly sullen, and there is a focussed thread running through it all. It's music for thinkers and shapers; Kirby's fascination with moody, cavernous sounds is a constant source of inspiration and meditation.
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Autres Directions
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Autres Directions (limited hand-numbered coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: PIPE 015. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Se Reveiller (3:08)
  2. Le Chateau (6:20)
  3. PN 17 (3:34)
  4. Autres Directions (6:20)
  5. L'ancienne Grange (3:23)
  6. Lanverec (7:33)
  7. Centre Ville (7:15)
  8. Sortie (2:46)
Wreaths Of Life
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Wreaths Of Life (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PJ 005. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. Horns Of Liberty (3:51)
  2. She Who Carries The Day Into Pale Hours (4:24)
  3. Bells Of Addiction I (1:40)
  4. Measures (4:33)
  5. The Notion Of Few (1:29)
  6. Bells Of Addiction II (3:43)
  7. Enabler (5:03)
  8. Wreaths Of Life (4:02)
  9. The Brave Lingers At The Sight Of Destruction (2:39)
  10. Trading Through Threads Of Her Royal Blue Silk (3:19)
  11. Skin (Peaking Warmth & Her Flourishing Eyes) (3:53)
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Reflection (CD + 6 page booklet)
Cat: WARPCD 280. Rel: 09 Jan 17
  1. Reflection
Review: As one of the founding fathers of the ambient scene, any new beat-less missive from Brian Eno should be considered essential listening. It's years, though, since the ambient pioneer has put out something quite as mesmerizing as Reflection. As critics have pointed out, the single-track structure - think 54 minutes of mostly meditative bliss, with occasional darker moments, built around chiming notes that slowly shift and change shape as the piece progresses - recalls 1985's brilliant Thursday Afternoon. It feels more minimalist in outlook than other recent Eno projects, with the "generative" nature of the music (supplemented by an app that rearranges the music depending on the time of day you listen) recalling the musician's early academic approach. Either way, it's uttering beguiling.
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Music Has The Right To Children
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Music Has The Right To Children (gatefold 2xLP + sticker)
Cat: WARPLP 55R. Rel: 21 Oct 13
  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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Narkopop (CD + booklet in hardback sleeve)
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 136. Rel: 24 Apr 17
  1. Narkopop 1
  2. Narkopop 2
  3. Narkopop 3
  4. Narkopop 4
  5. Narkopop 5
  6. Narkopop 6
  7. Narkopop 7
  8. Narkopop 8
  9. Narkopop 9
  10. Narkopop 10
Review: On the back of Kompakt's expansive retrospective of his work under the Gas alias, the essential Box, Wolfgang Voigt has decided to deliver a new album - his first for 17 years. Predictably, Narkopop is as cinematic, widescreen and densely layered as anything the German ambient producer has done to date. Over 11 spellbinding tracks, Voigt blends field recordings and droning electronics with sweeping, almost orchestral movements, swirling melodic cycles, and occasional forays into rhythmic hypnotism. The result is a collection of "wall of sound" ambient compositions that does a terrific job tiptoeing the fine lines between both grandiosity and intimacy, and joy and pain. In a word: essential.
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Planes (LP)
Cat: PERV 2. Rel: 17 Feb 14
  1. Planes I
  2. Planes II
Review: Originally recorded on May 11, 1974, Gregor Curten and Anselm Rogmans' Planes consists of two uninterrupted longform pieces of kosmische drone music, here remastered and reissued on vinyl for the first time since its release in 1974. "Planes I" features a hovering drone atop which the pair chant in a style recalling primitive vocal traditions, while "Planes II" provides something more ethereal, as a picked electric guitar and transcendent organ tones take things into less dense sonic territory.
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Late Night Tales
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Late Night Tales (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + print + MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNLP 39. Rel: 02 Mar 15
  1. Ben Lukas Boysen - "Sleepers Beat Theme" (3:24)
  2. Darkstar - "Hold Me Down" (5:21)
  3. Holy Other - "Yr Love" (3:30)
  4. Teebs - "Verbena Tea" (with Rebekah Raff) (3:10)
  5. Nils Frahm - "More" (6:15)
  6. Songs Of Green Pheasant - "I Am Daylights" (2:16)
  7. Evenings - "Babe" (2:04)
  8. Letherette - "After Dawn" (3:19)
  9. Jon Hopkins - "I Remember" (exclusive Yeasayer cover version) (4:16)
  10. David Holmes - "Hey Maggy" (4:54)
  11. Alela Diane - "Lady Divine" (5:09)
  12. Last Days - "Missing Photos" (1:55)
  13. School Of Seven Bells - "Connjur" (4:36)
  14. Peter Broderick - "And It's Alright" (Nils Frahm remix) (4:32)
  15. Four Tet - "Gillie Amma I Love You" (5:45)
  16. Bibio - "Down To The Sound" (2:30)
  17. A Winged Victory For The Sullen - "Requiem For The Static King" (part One) (2:40)
  18. Helios - "Emancipation" (2:31)
  19. Rick Holland - "I Remember" (exclusive spoken word piece) (3:17)
Review: The Late Night Tales mix series - going strong since way back in 2003 - never ceases to both amaze and please our eardrums when they're in need of a sonic massage. With legendary artists such as Fatboy Slim, Jamiroquai, Groove Armada, MGMT and many others on their roster, you just know it's going to be quality throughout. This time it's up to Domino man Jon Hopkins to give us an outlook onto his own tastes and musical influences. The selection is vast and varied, with everyone from Four Tet to Darkstar and even Peter Broderick featuring within. An incandescent blend of sci-fi electronica, tropical bass nuggets and lighter shades of drone-fuelled house. Quality.
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Ambient 1: Music For Airports (Original Masters Series)
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  1. 1/1
  2. 2/1
  3. 1/2
  4. 2/2
Played by: The Planty Herbs
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Cat: STS 31612. Rel: 05 Jun 17
  1. Planetarium (4:24)
  2. Planetarium (Gigi Masin alternate mix) (7:27)
  3. Planetarium (Gigi Masin remix) (9:31)
  4. Safe (5:20)
Principe Del Norte
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Principe Del Norte (4xLP + 2xCD)
Cat: STS 269LP. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. Track 1 (8:18)
  2. Track 2 (6:08)
  3. Track 3 (11:39)
  4. Track 4 (13:44)
  5. Track 5 (11:51)
  6. Track 6 (7:58)
  7. Track 7 (8:44)
  8. Track 8 (12:51)
  9. Track 9 (13:16)
  10. Track 10
  11. Track11
  12. Track 12
  13. Track 13
  14. Track 14
  15. Track 15
  16. Track 16
  17. Track 17
  18. Track 18
Review: Prins Thomas doesn't do things by halves. Having recently released another triple-disc mix album - the rather fine Paradise Ghoulash - he's decided to make his latest album a quadruple-vinyl set. Intriguingly, it also sees him set aside "all conventional drums and drum machines" in order to create a series of epic, evocative, slowly evolving ambient pieces. These were seemingly equally as inspired by classic ambient house - think the Orb/Robert Fripp collaboration FFWD, early System 7, and so on - as IDM tracks of the 1990s. Whatever the exact inspiration, each of the 9 tracks is utterly beguiling, and hugely suited to horizontal home listening.
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Forma (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: ERS 029. Rel: 05 Jun 17
  1. Music Removed (7:32)
  2. Patterns (2:16)
  3. Vexillations (10:04)
Review: Gary Caruth's Sad City project has progressively attracted ever more praise, not least since his Shapes In Formation album landed last year. Straddling purest ambient and abstract rhythmical electronica with a unique approach that is all his own, Caruth is returning to Emotional Rescue with a 10" that revisits three of the tracks from Shapes In Formation and magnifies them as the longer form versions they originally were. "Music Removed" was a particularly strong track on the album, and this new extended version lets the pneumatic percussion and soulful vocal croon bleed together in the most captivating of ways. "Patterns" sounds even more elegant in its pagan ambient finery with a longer run time, and "Vexillations" flits between poised static and cascading chimes with the deft touch that has come to define the Sad City sound.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
Schleissen 2
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Schleissen 2 (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERSS 002. Rel: 27 Apr 15
  1. The Phantom - "Across The River, Beneath The Trees" (12:32)
  2. The Phantom - "Europa" (11:33)
  3. Sad City - "Limbo" (21:56)
Review: The 2nd part of the 4 part split (Schleissen) series welcomes rising stars of the experimental end of modern electronica, with Warsaw's The Phantom and Glagow's Sad City bringing a lush, Fourth World ambience to ErB002.

Emotional Response returns to the Schleissen series with another cross-European exploration of ambient minimalism, film sources, field recordings and fluid soundscapes to create an over-whelming album of beauty for the listener to simply let go and wash away to. This time the influences are softer, but still prevalent, with forbears Satie, Stockhausen, Reich, Cage, Russel, Cunningham, Toop and of course of Hassel and Eno all acknowledged and explored through structure and the gentle syncopation of melody or occasional rhythm. With a nod to the film works of Tangerine Dream (or is it Global Communcation?) The Phantom follows up his outstanding LP1 with a move further in to the ethereal. Working as one piece,
Across The River, Beneath The Trees and Europa go beyond the real train with their blissful, floating arrangements creating an atmospheric blanket that consumes you. This is matched by up and coming producer Sad City. With 2 recent EPs on Phonica's Special Editions series as well as his debut on Underwater Peoples, his offering, Limbo, shows an exemplary understanding of sound design, resulting in an immersive, panoramic 18 minutes of pure music. Ambience, drone and modulation interwine and slowly engulf the listener so, as the title suggests, the only option is to be still. A change from SchleiBen 1 then, ErB002 is gentler on the mind and ears, but still challenges you to stop and (un)listen.
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Apollo Soyuz
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Apollo Soyuz (140 gram blue/black splattered vinyl LP)
Cat: ERS 020. Rel: 19 Oct 15
  1. Apollo Soyuz (7:21)
  2. Commerzreggae (4:25)
  3. Space Junk (3:00)
  4. Testz 1 (6:55)
  5. Fuxa Gate (2:25)
  6. Nerdz (5:28)
  7. Progress M34 MIR Docking Accident 1997 (2:54)
  8. Korg Dub (3:39)
Review: Having issued a mini-album from Fuxa earlier this year, Stuart Leath's tireless Emotional Response welcomes the Detroit band back to the label with an album recorded alongside Neil Mackay of Loop fame. Apollo Soyuz was originally released digitally earlier this year via bandcamp, but you can see why Leath would want to license it for a proper vinyl edition. The eight tracks form an exploration of the outer cosmos that is tinged with a deep psychedelia that will resonate warmly with fans of Emotional Response. From the space funk of the opening "Apollo Soyuz", Fuxa and Mackay lead the listener through galactic kosmische, spatial ambience and primal tape loop experiments and more with "Testz 1" a considered highlight.
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Pulse (12")
Cat: TTT 057. Rel: 20 Mar 17
  1. Pulse (16:53)
  2. High (17:38)
Review: The partnership of Kassem Mosse and Beatrice Dillon; Dillon Wendel is a place for the two respected artists to explore soundscapes, aesthetics and synthesis in pastures aeons away from the dancefloors they're most familiar with. Both compositions weighing in over 15 minutes, they're experiences which challenge form and convention; "Pulse" ripples with its namesake, a texture that buzzes and drones in endless waves while "High" mutates a warmer, grainer tone with dizzying effect.
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The Music Of Gurdjieff/De Hartmann (Record Store Day 2017)
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The Music Of Gurdjieff/De Hartmann (Record Store Day 2017) (limited hand-numbered 5xLP (side 10 etched) + insert + MP3 download code in hardcover sleeve)
Cat: LITA 158. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Holy Affirming, Holy Denying, Holy Reconciling (4:12)
  2. The Resurrection Of Christ (3:16)
  3. Prayer & Despair (4:32)
  4. Sayyid Chant & Dance, No 10 (4:35)
  5. Hymn (January 2 1927) (2:07)
  6. Reading From A Sacred Book (2:59)
  7. Sayyid Chant, No 15 (2:29)
  8. Hymn For Easter Thursday (3:54)
  9. Hymn To Our Endless Creator (2:02)
  10. Prayer, No 2 (1:47)
  11. Hymn From A Great Temple, No 10 - Essene Hymn (5:02)
  12. Hymn From A Great Temple, No 1 (3:56)
  13. "Rejoice, Beelzebub!" (2:57)
  14. Bayaty (3:33)
  15. Kurd Melody From Isfahan (2:41)
  16. Meditation (2:10)
  17. "The Struggle Of The Magicians" (Fragment No 4) (4:31)
  18. Chant From A Holy Book (2:37)
  19. "The Struggle Of The Magicians" (Fragment No 5) (3:28)
  20. Katzapsky Song (1:28)
  21. Kurd Melody (1:16)
  22. "The Struggle Of The Magicians" (Fragment No 3) (4:28)
  23. The Bokharian Dervish, Hadji-Asvatz-Troov (3:16)
  24. Kurd Shepherd's Dance (3:45)
  25. Sayyid Chant & Dance, No 42 (3:51)
  26. Kurd Shepherd Melody (2:37)
  27. Caucasian Dance (2:00)
  28. Sayyid Chant & Dance, No 1 (4:40)
  29. Persian Song (4:14)
  30. Hymn For Christmas Day, No 2 (3:40)
  31. Sayyid Chant & Dance, No 23 (3:48)
  32. Sayyid Chant & Dance, No 9 (3:34)
  33. Song Of The Fisherwoman (2:28)
  34. Hindu Melody (2:19)
  35. Sayyid Chant & Dance, No 29 (3:14)
  36. Hymn (February 14 1926) (3:04)
  37. Hymn For Christmas Day, No 1 (2:32)
  38. Vespers Hymn (2:00)
  39. Sayyid Chant & Dance, No 30 (1:42)
  40. Sayyid Dance, No 22 - For Mr Gurdjieff's Wife (1:28)
  41. Kurd Melody For Two Flutes (2:03)
  42. Assyrian Women Mourners (3:22)
  43. Easter Hymn & Procession In The Holy Night (6:25)
  44. Hymn For Easter Wednesday (3:22)
  45. Prayer & Procession (4:43)
  46. Song Of The Aisors (3:26)
  47. Song Of The Molokans (2:38)
  48. Night Procession (3:54)
  49. Remarks By Thomas De Hartmann (2:05)
  50. Holy Affirming, Holy Denying, Holy Reconciling (4:15)
  51. Orthodox Hymn For A Midnight Service (2:33)
  52. Tibi Cantamus, No 2 (3:46)
  53. Alleluia (2:17)
  54. Laudamus... (4:06)
  55. Easter Hymn (2:18)
  56. Remembrancel (2:59)
Ich Traume So Leise Von Dir
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Ich Traume So Leise Von Dir (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 015. Rel: 21 Nov 16
  1. Mein Tanzlied (5:06)
  2. Dir (4:49)
  3. Der Schnupfen (4:47)
  4. Abends (4:24)
Review: Once again, Music From Memory has dug deep for inspiration. Very few will have come across the original 1987 pressing of Ich Traume So Leise, a long-forgotten collaborative album that brought together trumpet player Heinz Becker, songwriter Karl-Heinz Stegmann, and poet Isabel Zeumer. Predictably, though, the tracks which the Dutch label has chosen to reissue are exceptionally good. "Mein Tanzlied", for example, features Becker's meandering trumpet lines and Zeumer's eyebrow-raising spoken word vocals seemingly drifting over an intoxicatingly funky, mid-80s dancefloor groove, while "Dir" is a seriously atmospheric chunk of beatless jazz poetry. Flip for the Balearic electro-funk of "Der Schnupfen" and the languid, new age ambience of "Abends".
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Broadchurch: The Final Chapter (Soundtrack)
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Cat: 002894 8153480. Rel: 19 Jun 17
  1. I Could Hear Water (3:49)
  2. Re-Enactment (3:18)
  3. Interrogation (1:31)
  4. The Final Chapter (3:50)
  5. Right By You (3:24)
  6. I Could Have Stopped It (4:18)
  7. Ellie's Theme (3:03)
  8. I Felt Guilty (2:52)
  9. Going Under (3:59)
  10. Vigil (2:18)
  11. Attack (1:25)
  12. Say It Was Me (2:15)
  13. Not Alone (3:18)
  14. Tell Us What Happened (3:25)
  15. Take My Leave Of You (feat Arnor Dan) (2:49)
Acid Bells (Martyn remixes)
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Cat: METISSE 2.5. Rel: 11 May 09
  1. Acid Bells (Martyn's Dark mix)
  2. Acid Bells (Martyn's Bittersweet mix)
Before Music There Is Blood
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Cat: AMB 1702. Rel: 10 Apr 17
  1. Auditorium Scarlatti (9:07)
  2. Xiao Youmei Corridor (8:56)
  3. Cai Yuanpei Hall 27 (6:44)
  4. Rimsky-Korsakov Court (9:08)
  5. Rimsky-Korsakov Court (Max Loderbauer rework) (9:21)
Moon Rock Vol 4
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Cat: TOB 054. Rel: 03 Apr 17
  1. Max Pask - "Salle Z" (6:00)
  2. Jabru - "Tartarus 808" (Solid Spiel mix) (7:42)
  3. Danny Passarella - "Carousel Rising" (5:04)
  4. Steve Cobby - "Arvan" (outtake) (4:03)
  5. Black Deer - "Xomputer" (5:14)
  6. Bird Of Paradise - "Centavos" (5:25)
  7. Moscoman - "The Edge Of The Earth" (7:30)
  8. Cass & Stijn Huwels - "Ohayou Gozaimasu" (6:54)
  9. Gilb'r - "Arpeggio Island" (2:57)
  10. Maximilian Skiba - "General Daimos" (2:42)
  11. Cale Parks - "36 Questions Sunset" (5:00)
  12. Craig Bratley - "Exquisite Corpse" (5:42)
  13. Man Power - "MTZ" (5:55)
  14. Vactrol Park - "Islands Of The Delta" (7:17)
  15. Warden CA - "Something Happens Here" (5:13)
  16. Not Ssandoz - "Two" (5:45)
  17. Magic Mountain High - "Wholetone Movement 1" (6:32)
  18. Brain Machine - "Transit Zone" (7:59)
  19. Ma Spaventi - "Autumn" (3:55)
  20. Aris Kindt - "The Consul" (5:49)
Harmony In Ultraviolet
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Harmony In Ultraviolet (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: KRANK 102. Rel: 21 Oct 13
  1. Rainbow Blood
  2. Stags, Aircraft, Kings & Secretaries
  3. Palimpsest
  4. Chimeras
  5. Dungeoneering
  6. Palimpsest II
  7. Spring Heeled Jack Flies Tonight
  8. Harmony In Blue I-IV
  9. Radio Spiricom
  10. Whitecaps Of White Noise I
  11. Whitecaps Of White Noise II
  12. Blood Rainbow
Ten Years Alive On The Infinite Plain
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Ten Years Alive On The Infinite Plain (gatefold 2xLP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: SV 049. Rel: 29 May 17
  1. Ten Years Alive On The Infinite Plain (part 1) (23:01)
  2. Ten Years Alive On The Infinite Plain (part 2) (21:22)
  3. Ten Years Alive On The Infinite Plain (part 3) (20:55)
  4. Ten Years Alive On The Infinite Plain (part 4) (23:48)
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Xerrox Vol 3
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Xerrox Vol 3 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: RN 159LP. Rel: 25 May 15
  1. Xerrox Atmosphere (2:48)
  2. Xerrox Helm Transphaser (5:18)
  3. Xerrox 2ndevol (3:43)
  4. Xerrox Radieuse (5:54)
  5. Xerrox 2ndevol2nd (5:07)
  6. Xerrox Isola (7:59)
  7. Xerrox Solphaer (6:08)
  8. Xerrox Mesosphere (5:58)
  9. Xerrox Spark (6:11)
  10. Xerrox Spiegel (3:40)
  11. Xerrox Exosphere (2:53)
Review: It's been six years since the last Xerrox album, but in the meantime Raster-Noton boss Carsten Nicolai has been busy dreaming up new concepts. The latest in the series is inspired by movies he watched during his childhood, which in turn led him to compose this soundtrack to an imaginary movie. It's hard to imagine Nicolai providing the backing score to a blockbuster and if anything this could be a substitute for narrative in a kids' fantasy movie. The ominous bass on "Xerrox Radieuse" sounds like the villain entering the scene, while the gentle bell tinkles of "Xerrox 2ndevol2nd" is the heroine's signature. Most impressive though are the swirling, cumulous-like synths on "Xerrox 2ndevol" and the orchestral strings of "Xerrox Helm Transphaser", which place Nicolai in the company of Vangelis.
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Tone To Voice
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Cat: TABR 038 . Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Intro (1:13)
  2. Sonic Spectrometer (6:43)
  3. Salient Pole Rotor (6:42)
  4. Potential Life (5:47)
  5. Obsidian Cityscape (7:01)
  6. Artifice (3:09)
  7. Moon (12:48)
  8. Outward Lead (2:34)
  9. Remote Access Brainwave (5:58)
  10. What Doesn't Kill You Doesn't Make You Anything (4:09)
  11. Darkly Down The Cellar Steps Again (5:02)
Review: John Heckle last released an album on Tabernacle three years ago, but he's been far from quiet since then with his Head Front Panel project diverting his attention towards blistering hard techno. Tone To Voice then represents a return to more melodic pastures with a more diverse selection of tempos and moods to choose from, but still Heckle's innate gift for expressive, dynamic machine music shines through. "Sonic Spectrometer" is a joyous slice of techno-jazz, while "Potential Life" whips up stunning cascading synth lines and pattering hats. At times, there's no need for a kick, and with ample ambient excursions woven into the mix this stands as one of Heckle's most accomplished releases yet.
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Electronic Recordings From Maui Jungle Vol 2
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Cat: EMEGO 230LP. Rel: 12 Dec 16
  1. Open Channeling (6:25)
  2. Truth Is Healing (6:39)
  3. Old Technology (5:55)
  4. I Remember (4:13)
  5. Amore (6:21)
  6. Nine Personality Type Map (4:31)
  7. Colonisation (2:44)
  8. Super Sacred Sunday (4:19)
  9. A Nightfall Of Diamonds (6:17)
  10. Relational Constellations (5:22)
  11. Cellular Reintegration (4:50)
  12. Wyatts Inspection (1:29)
  13. 5000 Spirits (4:01)
  14. Farthest Known Object (7:02)
Review: Back in 2013, Surgeon released the first of a string of albums under his given name, Anthony Child. Like the material that followed - and in particular, last year's sublime Electronic Recordings From Maui Jungle - The Space Between People & Things saw him swap intense techno rhythms for the beat-less beauty of classic ambient. Predictably, he's rather good at creating evocative soundscapes, as this latest horizontal adventure - once again recorded during a fruitful trip to Maui - emphatically proves. It offers a fully electronic, analogue-sounding take on ambient music clearly inspired by the cyclical movements of Steve Reich and hypnotic compositions of Terry Riley, with the producer's widespread use of in-situ field recordings adding an extra layer of atmosphere.
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Sakura (CD)
Cat: BAY 13D. Rel: 18 Sep 00
  1. Saku
  2. Tobiume
  3. Uchu Tanjyo
  4. Hagoromo
  5. Genshi
  6. Gekkoh
  7. Hisen
  8. Azukiiro No Kaori
  9. Kodomotachi
  10. Naminote
  11. Shinsen
  12. Kirakiraboshi
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Eden (LP)
Cat: MAT 006. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. Agape (3:38)
  2. Maroon Crisp (5:33)
  3. Down In Babakan (5:34)
  4. Ding Repair (5:08)
  5. Conversations With Mike (5:20)
  6. Police Bribe (6:32)
  7. Lime (7:15)
The Last Flowers From The Darkness (remastered)
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  1. 1967 (5:50)
  2. Another Light Casts Its Will (4:45)
  3. The Once Green Hill (3:00)
  4. Suggestions (3:55)
  5. Night Sky Alternatives (7:45)
  6. Xenophobe (4:43)
  7. German Bight (2:39)
  8. Faeroes (2:57)
  9. Vessel Of Flight (4:54)
  10. Channel Of Light (5:20)
  11. Dispelling 84-89 (4:26)
  12. Automatic (0048 Only) (3:52)
  13. A Glimmer Of Forgotten Ancestors (18:26)
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Schaum (LP)
Cat: FAIT 13LP. Rel: 12 Sep 16
  1. Cin (5:31)
  2. Helio (5:18)
  3. Urub (4:26)
  4. What You Should Know About Me (3:48)
  5. Vague, Yet (3:55)
  6. Botuto (5:11)
  7. LesLang (4:24)
  8. Parades (9:28)
Review: German glitch/electronica legend Jan Jelinek (Farben/Gramm) collaborates once again with Japanese vibraphonist Masayoshi Fujita. Schaum (German for froth, foam) is the duo's second album, following up 2010's Bird, Lake, Objects LP. Fujita prepared his instrument with various percussion elements as well as metal objects and toys, while Jan Jelinek layered loops made using small-scale electronic devices. Our personal highlights on this album were hearing the lush hypnotism of "Helio" where Fujita's tonal subtlety merged with Jelinek's trance inducing loops. The brooding ambient epic "Botuto" and the dynamic closing track "Parades" which will wash over then submerge you deeply over its amazing 10 minute duration.
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92982 (remastered)
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92982 (remastered) (limited 2xLP in die-cut sleeve + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRR 268LP. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. 92982.1 (12:33)
  2. 92982.2 (22:43)
  3. 92982.4 (19:21)
  4. 92982.3 (6:49)
Review: Originally Recorded live at Music Laboratories, New York, September 29, 1982 and eventually released 27 years later, William Basinski's 92982 receives a vinyl re-issue courtesy of the Temporary Residence label. Spread across two slabs of vinyl, the four separate parts to 92902 see Basinski teasing out ethereal, mesmerising loops from a reel to reel in all their decayed and degraded glory. It's all drenched in delay and reverb that works in the same tradition of his seminal LP, The Disintegration Loops . The truly haunting dark ambience of "92982.2" in particular is essential listening and a moment you won't forget, complete with eerie field recordings of NYC.
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The Equatorial Stars
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The Equatorial Stars (200 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: DGMLP 3. Rel: 14 Jul 14
  1. Meissa
  2. Lyra
  3. Tarazed
  4. Lupus
  5. Ankaa
  6. Altair
  7. Terebellum
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