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Ambient/Drone vinyl represses and restocks
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Vayu The God Of Wind
Cat: GRSCL 32. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Deep Space Explorer
Binocular View Sunset
Deep Search
Magnetic Fields Of Love
Review: .While he's contributed to the label's output before, Vayu The God of Wind marks the first time ADILR (real name Hampus Johan Karlsson Andersson) has served-up a full-length excursion. Given that his brand of deep and dubby techno is arguably tailor-made for the album format - it's all about immersive sound design, slowly shifting electronic motifs, and grooves so deep and hushed that they're practically subterranean - this is something of a surprise. There's no doubt he's delivered, though, serving up a set of largely elongated workouts that sit somewhere between the outer-space explorations of Echospace, the icy soundscapes of fellow Scandinavian producer Biosphere, and the deep techno work of his Greyscale label boss Grad_U.
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! low stock $16.94
Eremos (LP + Mp3 dpwnload code)
Cat: LPADR 63. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Wayward (6:57)
The Darkness About The Pole (11:02)
A Desert Of Immobile Winds (16:23)
 in stock $23.03
Blue Voices
Cat: BALMAT 08. Rel: 01 Nov 23
Birds On Clifton (4:33)
Blue Voices (3:59)
Hymn No 2 (3:29)
Catch It (3:05)
Ex Uno Plures (4:39)
Hidden Hearts (2:46)
Another Cloud (3:59)
Song In Six (3:53)
Interesting Times (3:06)
Let Us Sing Sad Songs Together (3:36)
What Is Left Is Music (3:14)
Review: Anagrams is an Atlanta-based collaboration between Jeff Crompton and JD Walsh which finds the Balmat label moving beyond the typically electronic ambient music they've carried to date, instead embracing a mellow strain of instrumental music drawing on jazz, folk and country and landing somewhere in the liminal space between. Crompton plays alto and tenor sax, electric piano, organ and clarinet, while Walsh stretches out on experimental guitar approaches, adventurous synthesis and drum programming. It's a delicate affair, as it typical for Balmat releases, and imbued with a warmth that can only come from sincere human interaction.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $24.09
Paralell Light (B-STOCK)
Cat: AOTNLP 062. Rel: 01 Dec 23
A Further Look At Loss (0:44)
Last Sunbeans Of Childhood (2:34)
Fugitive Light Restless Water (2:45)
The Violet Hour (3:14)
Everywhere Something Sublime (3:56)
In Balgay Silhouettes (3:43)
Awoke In The Early Days Of A Better World (3:03)
(Half-light Of) The Cadmium Moon (3:09)
Black Bay Dream Minor (3:57)
Lost, Aglow (1:20)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

We also heard from Andrew Wasylyk late last year when he offered up his second LP for the esteemed Clay Pipe Music label. Now it is to Edinburgh's Athens of the North for Parallel Light, another collection of sumptuous ambient sounds that are so much more than just background music. The album is actually an alternate mix of his 2020 long player Fugitive Light And Themes Of Consolation so offers a different perspective with plenty of moving spiritual-jazz and neo-classical sounds that help paint alluring musical landscapes.
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 in stock $15.67
Lamentations (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRR 343LP. Rel: 22 Jan 21
For Whom The Bell Tolls (4:04)
The Wheel Of Fortune (3:08)
Paradise Lost (1:22)
Tear Vial (4:32)
O, My Daughter, O, My Sorrow (6:32)
Passio (6:21)
Punch & Judy (3:02)
Silent Spring (5:51)
Transfiguration (3:19)
All These Too, I, I Love (11:05)
Please, This Shit Has Got To Stop (4:50)
Fin (1:23)
 in stock $24.34
The View From Vega
The View From Vega (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DIN 82LP. Rel: 14 Nov 23
The View From Vega (part I) (6:37)
The View From Vega (part II) (4:47)
The View From Vega (part III) (6:09)
The View From Vega (part IV) (6:57)
The View From Vega (part V) (4:56)
The View From Vega (part VI) (7:07)
Review: Ben Edwards, better known by his pseudonym Benge, is famed for his grasp of authentic vintage synth technology, called in to produce John Grant aming many others as well as Wrangler and Creep Show. He's been exploring the sonic possibilities of electronic instruments since he was a young boy, in the 1970s, and The View From Vega, his debut solo album on the DiN imprint, is primarily an ambient suite of tracks inspired by the space-music typically produced in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It uses a selection of vintage synthesisers, sequencers and FX units to provide a fertile sonic landscape to explore. The idea was to use simple sequences (using both analogue and digital units), sustained synthesiser pads and electronic piano improvisations, alongside various ancient delay, flange and reverb units. The beautiful, warm quality of the tones that exude from such instruments are very evident on the six tracks that slowly unfold their oscillations in organic, melodic soundscapes.
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 in stock $25.40
Distances (hand-numbered marbled vinyl 2xLP + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 7VA 010. Rel: 02 Nov 23
Distant Planets
Cycle (part 1)
Parallel Night
Outpost (feat Ercos Blanka)
Cycle (part 2)
Near Future
Monotone (feat Vidall)
Cycle (part 3)
Cycle (part 4)
End Cycle
Review: Pablo Bolivar & Nacho Sanchez are deep smiths who know how to craft a well-rounded album. They do so here for the Seven Villas label with Distances, which travels far and wide into electro, ambient and techno fusions. Straight off the bat, 'Distant Planets' is a cinematic sound with widescreen pads and seductive electro rhythms. There is plenty of meaning and emotion in the pad work throughout this record whether in the downbeat dub sounds of 'Aquarium' or prickly electro-tech of 'Near Future'. Sophisticated stuff from front to back that comes almost a decade after the pair last worked together.
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 in stock $33.87
The Runner (Soundtrack)
The Runner (Soundtrack) (limited orange & black marbled vinyl LP + booklet (indie exclusive))
Cat: NUDE 18OB. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Tower (3:27)
Give Me A Reason (4:21)
Autonomy (feat Lucy - Cooper B Handy) (4:33)
The Ride Home (2:23)
Escape (4:22)
Machina (feat Ms Boan - Mariana Saldana) (4:16)
Track 7 (Piano) (2:18)
I Understand (2:08)
 in stock $24.88
Eno Piano
Cat: IF 1088LP. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Music For Airports (1/1) (16:45)
By This River (3:25)
The Chill Air (1:50)
Music For Airports (2/1) (8:19)
Music For Airports (2/2) (6:06)
Emerald & Stone (2:20)
 in stock $23.82
A Field Guide To Phantasmic Birds
Cat: RM 4218. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Unlikely To Be Heard
A Loud Hissing Screech Which Drops In Pitch Halfway
Usually Concealed In Dense Foliage
Shy Typically Alone Or In Pairs
 in stock $14.29
Songs Of Silence
Cat: CDSTUMM 500. Rel: 16 Nov 23
White Rabbit
Red Planet
The Lamentations Of Jeremiah
Last Transmission
 in stock $11.12
Cat: STS 415LP. Rel: 26 Jan 23
Composition 1 (2:10)
Composition 2 (1:38)
Composition 3 (2:00)
Composition 4 (0:58)
Composition 5 (1:46)
Composition 6 (1:53)
Composition 7 (2:06)
Composition 8 (1:36)
Composition 9 (2:01)
Composition 10 (3:39)
Composition 11 (2:52)
Composition 12 (1:39)
Composition 13 (3:44)
Composition 14 (3:38)
Composition 15 (2:16)
Composition 16 (2:33)
Composition 17 (3:52)
Review: Deathprod (Helge Sten), hailing from Norway, deconstructs what we mean by the word 'composition' on this latest LP for Smalltown Supersound. Exploring what could be described as his own style of lowercase music, there is a granular quality to this eerie collection of 17 'compositions', which appear in the chronological order of which they were first recorded. Building the music from an array of salvaged, largely obsolete, and sometimes faulty digital synths - this is a looming, towering monolith of a drone LP.
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 in stock $22.77
Soundtrack (313) (Expanded Edition) (half speed remastered)
Soundtrack (313) (Expanded Edition) (half speed remastered) (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + poster in debossed sleeve with obi-strip)
Cat: MPD 025. Rel: 17 Feb 22
Gratiot (4:13)
Abstract Forward Motion (As A Mission) (3:38)
Force (8:55)
The Inverted Man (Falling) (3:46)
Tha Chi & Traffic Lights (4:46)
Gathering Memory (5:47)
Track 7 (3:37)
Shifting Gears (8:03)
Orange (5:28)
Faith (As Rain) (4:23)
Psalm (7:17)
Fate (As A Chasm) (5:38)
Review: 25 years on from its original 1996 release, Neil Ollivierra's debut album as the Detroit Escalator Company gets a reissue. Emerging like a phoenix from Detroit's early dance music scene, 'Soundtrack [313]' deals in the rawer end of atmospheric, arpreggiated techno, each track taking on a different facet of the same shapeshifting platonic form. Enthusiastic panning and crystalline plucks adorn each mix here, re-evoking the same refractive, ascendant image we had of this album in 1996.
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 in stock $34.67
Divinity (Soundtrack)
Cat: SBR 334CD. Rel: 16 Nov 23
Intro Descent
Live Eternal
Bigger, Stronger, Faster
Main Titles
The Brothers
Drone Interrogation
A Symbol Of Life
Heavy Weight
Reflective Dreams
Infinity Techno
Escape Suite
Rip Fights
Final Fight
Ascend Finale
Divinity 2 Infinity: The Odyssey (feat Kool Keith)
 in stock $15.61
Myth (limited cassette)
Cat: NNF 402 MC. Rel: 23 Oct 23
Myth (part 1) (36:01)
Myth (Part2) (36:17)
 in stock $15.61
Electric Silence (reissue)
Cat: LHC 92. Rel: 12 Apr 22
Back To Where We Come From (8:55)
A Day In My Life (4:02)
The Road Not Taken (4:54)
Khali (4:54)
For Earthly Thinking (9:29)
Electric Silence (4:26)
 in stock $33.35
In The Afternoon (B-STOCK)
Cat: VSSL 006. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Mmah-iae Abstraction
Mmah-iae Impressionism
Mmah-iae Tradition & Innovation
Mmah-iae Underscore Cezanne
Jr-iae The Garden
Jr-iae Rocksatbelle-ile
 in stock $16.41
Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac
Cat: 7K 008LP. Rel: 30 Mar 18
Packt Like Sardines In A Crushed Tin Box (4:25)
Pyramid Song (5:21)
You & Whose Army? (5:22)
I Might Be Wrong (4:59)
Knives Out (4:05)
Morning Bell/Amnesiac (3:27)
Dollars & Cents (4:55)
Hunting Bears - Like Spinning Plates (7:11)
Life In A Glasshouse (4:15)
Review: Brussels-based Echo Collective is an extended crew of classically trained musicians helmed by Neil Leiter and Margaret Hermant. While they've been active for some time and worked on countless projects, Plays Amnesiac - a re-imagining of Radiohead's 2001 album of the same name - marks their full-length debut. It's an undeniably impressive collection, with Thom Yorke and company's glitchy, heavily electronic original songs re-cast as neo-classical pieces rich in arresting clarinet and oboe lines, jazzy live drums, cut-glass violins and gentle orchestration. Occasionally projects like this can feel a bit gimmicky, but Plays Amnesiac simply oozes class from start to finish. There are no cheesy gimmicks here, just sublime, classical-jazz fusion cuts that dance from the speakers like the soundtrack of a film we've yet to see.
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 in stock $27.80
The Skies They Shift Like Chords
Cat: 486502 1. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Chordal Drift (2:57)
Tidescape (4:18)
That Which Is Hidden (3:22)
Illusion (3:29)
Above & Below (Crepuscular) (6:46)
Through The Blue (St Swithin's) (3:37)
Mind The Gap (2:55)
Arms Open Wide (4:56)
Strangely, I Dreamt (feat Cecily Emo) (3:35)
Japanese Rain Garden (5:24)
If Only For A Moment (5:25)
Where Does This Lead Us? (2:53)
Review: According to the maestro himself, Roger Eno, The Skies They Shift Like Chords is a record about transience, subtle and pronounced changes, and, in many ways, the march of evolution in music and life itself. The celebrated piano and string-focused artist laid some serious groundwork for high expectations on his debut LP, and now elevates that blueprint towards the heavens with this stunning album.

Utilising an array of instruments - electric guitars, flute organs, bass clarinet - remarkably most of the pieces here are based on improvisations which then developed into full blown tracks, a process Eno describes as capturing "snapshots" we would otherwise risk losing in the ether. Contemporary classical at its most captivatingly beautiful, this is the very definition of timelessness, drawing on modern and age-old techniques to forge something anew.
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 in stock $31.75
Two Is Not A Number
Cat: HOS 002. Rel: 26 Oct 23
I Was First
Sisters At Odds
Land Of Pleasure Hi Fi
Master & Disciple
Silver Moon Dial
Twins Can't Love
From Above
All Of This Is Resolved
Review: Berlin-based French producer, musician and vocalist, Julienne Dessagne, comes forth with her debut full-length, entitled - Two Is Not A Number. The album charts the life and times of two cosmic siblings, from the womb via the garbled ambient suspense of 'I was first' to the sedated plod of the album's conclusion 'All Of This Is Resolved'. En route, Dessagne's twins venture through sonic dronescapes of charred electro, brooding deep techno and sparse dub deserts. A heavy recommendation for anyone into the likes of Junior Boys, Celine Gillain's 'Bad Woman' and Young Echo Collective's cavernous steppas alike.
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 in stock $23.82
UFO Forest Plus
Cat: RM 4210. Rel: 31 Oct 23
UFO Forest
Vuelo De Signos Y Remolinos
Cercles Des Rondes 2005
Vivencias Def
 in stock $27.52
Tone Science Module No 8: Tone Science Live
Cat: DINTS 08. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Field Lines Cartographer - "TSL Set 1"
Nigel Mullaney - "TSL Set 2"
Polypores - "TSL Set 3"
Ian Boddy - "TSL Set 4"
Scanner - "TSL Set 5"
Tone Scientists - "TSL Set 6"
 in stock $16.41
Monocoastal (10th Anniversary Edition)
Monocoastal (10th Anniversary Edition) (gatefold clear vinyl LP + download code repress)
Cat: 12K 2050. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Wave Atlas (4:17)
Mossbank (5:01)
Monocoastal (part 1) (6:22)
Cascadia Obscura (5:39)
Wind & Wake (3:27)
Shape To Shore (6:07)
Between Narrow & Small (4:59)
Monocoastal (part 2) (6:28)
Review: You've always been able to hear the West Coast in Monocoastal, but it's particularly present when you shut your eyes after 12 months of lockdown stopping you from visiting the region. Less active L.A., and more observing in Oregon, Fischer's career didn't end with this in 2011 and the multi-disciplinary artist has produced great things since, but the album is certainly one of turning points in terms of reputation and note.

The idea of slowly watching time unfold in un-rushed places is also highly appropriate. Among the washes of tape and the waves of refrain that make up this beautiful, meditative outing, you'll hear takes and half-harmonies from found instruments including a piano and xylophone. Overall, it feels like a place removed from linearity. A liminal masterpiece, if you are that way inclined.
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 in stock $27.26
Preludes (B-STOCK)
Preludes (B-STOCK) (limited LP + autographed art print)
Cat: ODA 01M. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Hew (2:44)
The Hill (2:13)
Pasture (2:20)
Forever Never (3:56)
Landlock (2:17)
Magnolia (5:11)
Follow (2:04)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

Odda is a new label emerging from the Leaf Label firmament, which should give you some idea of where the sound - and indeed quality - rests. The first release is a debut for Flaer, otherwise known as Realf Heygate, who delicately builds up pastoral musings with a strong British psychedelic vibe. 'Pasture' in particular is a beautiful folk soliloquy on acoustic guitar with all the scrapes and slides captured in magnificent detail. Elsewhere the sound is more embellished, but whatever the approach it's reliably beautiful, making for a strong debut for label and artist alike.
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 in stock $19.59
When The Watchman Saw The Light
Cat: AMB 1402. Rel: 27 Feb 14
Saysea (feat Natalie Beridze TBA)
New Grass
Atlas (feat Natalie Beridze TBA)
Ghostly Head
 in stock $8.46
Remains (limited bone vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: CIS 156. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Incoherent Light (8:17)
Jamais Vu (2:20)
Blossom (3:57)
The Urge To Leave (5:11)
Snow (4:56)
Jamais Vu (reprise) (1:26)
Levodopa (3:12)
Late Stage (3:34)
Remains (4:12)
 in stock $25.40
The Halls Of Piranesi
Cat: GDNLP 063. Rel: 16 Nov 23
The First Vestibule (5:10)
Arrival Of The Albatrosses (4:51)
The Drowned Halls (2:51)
Room Of The Gulls (2:46)
Out From The Clouds (4:20)
Room Of The Giant Statues (3:21)
The Ninth Vestibule (4:09)
The Day Of The Flood (3:34)
 in stock $20.65
Inventions For Electric Guitar (remastered)
Cat: MGART 901. Rel: 23 Sep 16
Echo Waves (17:39)
Quasarsphere (6:36)
Pluralis (21:27)
Review: Manuel Gottsching's legendary solo material from the mid '70s onwards is finally being reissued the way it deserves; full picture-sleeves unlike those tacky bootlegs that have been knocking about over the years. Thanks to Germany's MG Art we can now appreciate this wondrous music in all its glory and, we have to say, that 2016 feels just right for this music to be resurfaced once again. This is the Ash Ra Tempel producer's first solo LP from 1975, and we can clearly hear the krautrock influence deep in the tracks. However, much like his later material, there's an element of the desolate and purely electronic, a medium with which hie experienced and flourished. The masterful "Echo Waves" opens with a fluttering landscape that could make for the ultimate opener to just bout any DJ set, and "Quasarsphere" comes through next with its gentle waves of ambient delight. All incredibly forward-thinking, of course. "Pluralis" edges closer to what we'd term 'balearic' these days, but without all the gimmicky elements and, instead, full of psychedelic wonder and zeitgeist. This is so hotly recommended...
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 in stock $25.40
Everyone's Already Come Apart
Cat: TSR 23LP. Rel: 22 Oct 21
Memorial Hall (4:42)
Memorial Device (3:21)
We Need Water (6:05)
You Can See The Dust Crawl (5:59)
The Club Singer (9:41)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $15.87
Habitat Ensemble
Cat: MFM 065. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Two Voices In The Field (4:03)
Maringotka (5:52)
Rounded Edges (1:57)
Clay (4:48)
Moments (4:15)
Male Kapky (1:42)
Vitr A Ja (8:34)
Die Vergessenen Orte (3:55)
And Bamboo (3:19)
Le Magicien De La Foret (4:40)
Outro (2:23)
Review: Habitat Ensemble is a new musical collective that is led by musician Marius Houschyar and this is their self titled debut album on the delightful Music From Memory. The group has roots in the south of the Czech Republic where, we're told, outsiders and creatives have been meeting at a summer school since the 1990s. It was in the summer of 2022 that this group came together, inspired by the idea of exchanging the down cultural and musical ideas through music. They first started out with a series of multidisciplinary workshops which then blossomed into this full length - a fusion of jazz, ambient, world music and experimentation that is organic and enriching.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $25.94
Venice: Infinitely Avantgarde (Soundtrack) (B-STOCK)
Venice: Infinitely Avantgarde (Soundtrack) (B-STOCK) (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MOVATM 342. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Il Mondo Nuovo (Piano version) (7:51)
Inquieto (6:09)
Tristan (4:12)
Carnival (4:07)
G-Minor (5:16)
On The Island (4:49)
Tintoretto's Paradise (6:04)
La Serenissima (5:11)
Il Mondo Nuovo (4:06)
Funambolo (2:36)
Isolde (5:08)
Peggy (3:16)
At Dawn (4:07)
D-Minor (7:13)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***

Venice: Infinitely Avant-Garde is a documentary which celebrates the unique history, culture and qualities of one of the most iconic cities in the world. To match the high art which spills out of the subject matter, the film's producers turned to Polish pianist, composer and singer Hania Rani. Her playing style is minimal and delicate, and she drew upon extended visits and explorations of Venice and its museums to create a fitting accompaniment to the film. Whether you have seen the film or not, this is a compelling collection of piano pieces with subtle modern touches which speak to Rani's accomplished career to date.
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 in stock $36.53
Tennen Kokekko (A Gentle Breeze In The Village)
Cat: RINC 107. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
Track 6
Track 7
Track 8
Track 9
Track 10
Track 11
Track 12
Track 13
Track 14
Track 15
Track 16
Track 17
Track 18
Track 19
Track 20
River (bonus track)
 in stock $24.62
Bathroom Electronics
Cat: HOP 23. Rel: 27 Sep 23
Boulevard Of Dreams (4:03)
High Test (10:29)
Addicts (4:22)
The End Of The Line (20:30)
 in stock $25.14
Undergang (limited LP + poster)
Cat: HP 16. Rel: 27 Sep 23
Belastning: Expression/Chaos/Control/Depression/Desperation (21:43)
Undergang: Mind/Body/Sound/Soul/Blind Spot/Reminiscence (17:10)
 in stock $23.56
My Seat & Weep (B-STOCK)
Cat: DEIS 8. Rel: 01 Jan 90
But Not In This Room (3:36)
My Seat & Weep (4:16)
Yellow Leaf Flutters On A Nail (4:42)
Petals (with Emile Frankel) (4:23)
You Take Each Other's Breath Away By Doing Something Or Saying Something You Never Saw Coming (7:56)
More Room To Breathe In (with Angelina Nonaj) (3:36)
Picnic: Dyed In The Wool (5:43)
A Healing Tear (with Abby Sundborn) (4:47)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Record sleeve damaged, product in working order***

Have you heard much as warm as 'But Not In This Room' recently? A subtly mesmerising introduction to a stunningly beautiful album, fans of DNTEL's lusher ends should take note, albeit in this instance we're talking endless notes and soft chimes rather than anything you might call a song.

Most of My Seat & Weep feels similarly like it's warming up, 'Yellow Leaf Flutters On A Nail', for example, is akin to stepping into a gong bath on a hot summer's day. Those who have will understand. In terms of musicality, 'Petals', featuring Emile Frankel, might take first prize here - its slowly emerging piano keys gradually finding one another to form a distinct arrangement that's neither forceful nor benign. Before you know it, you're in and never want to leave. Ever.
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 in stock $31.23
The Ninth Gate (Soundtrack) (reissue)
The Ninth Gate (Soundtrack) (reissue) (gatefold translucent yellow & orange vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SILLP 1505. Rel: 22 Nov 23
Vocalise: Theme From The Ninth Gate (feat Sumi Jo)
Opening Titles
Bernie Is Dead
Plane To Spain (Bolero)
The Motorbike (feat Sumi Jo)
Missing Book/Stalking Corso
Blood On His Face (feat Sumi Jo)
Chateau Saint Martin
Liana's Death
Boo!/The Chase
Balkan's Death (feat Sumi Jo)
The Ninth Gate (feat Sumi Jo)
Corso & The Girl (feat Sumi Jo)
Vocalise: Theme From The Ninth Gate (feat Sumi Jo - reprise)
 in stock $40.22
Fornimmelser (2xLP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: XK 22. Rel: 06 Oct 23
Mellanrum (1)
Mellanrum (2)
Mellanrum (3)
 in stock $40.22
Spall (CD)
Cat: POL 022023. Rel: 21 Sep 23
Implied Music
Aimless Plight
Passive Search
In Diffilcuty
 in stock $14.29
Forbidden Planet (Soundtrack)
Cat: PRO 1. Rel: 16 May 23
Main Titles - Overture (0:09)
Deceleration (0:23)
Once Around Altar (1:32)
The Landing (0:53)
Flurry Of Dust - A Robot Approaches (1:05)
A Shangri-La In The Desert/Garden With A Cuddly Tiger (0:45)
Graveyard - A Night With Two Moons (0:18)
"Robby, Make Me A Gown" (0:45)
An Invisible Monster Approaches (2:09)
Robby Arranges Flowers, Zaps Money (2:25)
Love At The Swimming Hole (1:12)
Morbius' Study (1:39)
Ancient Krell Music (1:42)
The Mind Booster - Creation Of Matter (1:54)
Krell Shuttle Ride & Power Station (2:29)
Giant Footprints In The Sand (0:46)
"Nothing Like This Claw Found In Nature!" (1:26)
Robby, The Cook & 600 Gallons Of Booze (1:07)
Battle With Invisible Monster (2:41)
"Come Back To Earth With Me" (1:06)
The Monster Pursues - Morbius Overcome (6:35)
The Homecoming (0:38)
Overture (reprise) (1:55)
 in stock $21.97
Last Light (reissue)
Last Light (reissue) (limited translucent purple vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 219LPC1. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Rust (2:11)
The Pond (4:32)
It's Over Now (5:42)
Silver Wash (2:19)
Last Light (3:38)
Storm (3:25)
Soft Bipolarity (3:54)
Blue Room (3:51)
Sunday Evening (3:51)
Cold (3:54)
Still (4:21)
Lost At Sea (4:01)
 in stock $27.80
Long Light
Long Light (dusk marbled vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: GI 427LPC1. Rel: 28 Sep 23
Come & Go (feat Vilja Larjosto) (4:00)
Zero To Sixty (feat Sarah Jaffe) (4:48)
Faceless (3:09)
Dreaming (feat Asy Saavedra) (5:01)
Transonic (4:12)
Plateau (4:00)
Long Light (feat Benoit Pioulard) (5:10)
Cut & Cover (4:53)
Home (4:18)
Rafters (2:49)
Double Take (5:07)
Review: Esteemed solo electronic producer Lusine (Jeff McIlwain) is known best for his rich, sizzling, and heavenly production edges, all of which he brings to the more experimental corners of the genre. Now he returns with his 9th full-length record, Long Light, marking twenty years since he first joined the Ghostly International roster. Though his past work has been more experimental, this LP continues a more recent throughline of McIlwain's interest in more pop-oriented song structures, remaining texturally brilliant while channelling straightforward, rapturous beat-backbones, and enlisting the help of Asy Saavedra, Sarah Jaffe, and Sensorimotor collaborators Vilja Larjosto and Benoît Pioulard.
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 in stock $25.94
The Sacrificial Code (B-STOCK)
Cat: IDEAL 192. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Spectacle Of Ritual
Sacrificial Code
Rose Wreath Crown (For CW)
Sacer Profanare
Litanic Cloth Wrung
Fifth Worship II
Hagakyrka Bells
Sacrificial Code
out of stock $36.53
Oscuras Flores
Cat: DEN 369CD. Rel: 14 Dec 22
 in stock $12.69
Thunder (LP + insert)
Cat: 555393 4. Rel: 16 Nov 23
A Song For Thor (6:39)
A Song For Raijin (3:51)
A Song For Armazi (7:18)
A Song For Shango (4:54)
A Song For Vajrapani (6:06)
A Song For Leigong (6:06)
A Song For Zeus (3:47)
A Song For Ihskur (5:12)
A Song For Perun (4:44)
 in stock $23.82
Considerable (hand-numbered translucent light green vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: LAAPS 028LP. Rel: 06 Sep 23
Sky Smokes & Electronics (11:03)
On The Arrival Of Five Hatchlings (3:18)
Mailbox Walk (3:35)
Firefly Symphony (3:14)
A Crack In The Sky (WOOOOSH) (7:48)
Landscape Duet (2:22)
Mosey With Me (2:09)
The Path You Took To Existing (9:27)
 in stock $28.32
Ghost Lights (B-STOCK)
Ghost Lights (B-STOCK) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AI 35. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Review: ***B-STOCK: Creasing to corner of outer sleeve, product unopened & in excellent condition***

Dub techno and ambient maestro Rod Modell resurfaces on Astral Industries with another of his gorgeously escapist double albums, pressed up to nice heavy 180g vinyl for extra listening pleasure. 'Track 1' has a widescreen and soothing quality with balmy synths swirling about next to spring-like bird calls. 'Track 2' is more dense, with lo-fi drones taking centre stage while 'Track 3' is darker and more menacing thanks to a more industrial aesthetic. It's back to light, hope and optimise with closer 'Track 4' which has glowing pads layered up to perfection.
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out of stock $27.26
The Other Others
Cat: JTRLP 14. Rel: 25 Oct 23
The Birth Of May Ayim
Daze Days
The Race
Our Daily Bread Battle
This Little Poem
Outside Lastnight
Can't Trust
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $22.77
Paperclip Minimiser (B-STOCK)
Paperclip Minimiser (B-STOCK) (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PEAK 14. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Track 1 (2:03)
Track 2 (3:48)
Track 3 (3:31)
Track 4 (6:04)
Track 5 (4:26)
Track 6 (6:03)
Track 7 (3:37)
Track 8 (4:44)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***

Manchester producer, sequencer designer and Cong Burn label boss John Howes made the eight untitled tracks here entirely using a Nord Modular G2, Elektron Machinedrum and Monomachine - a rig he characterizes as "an authentic 2006 studio, best listened to on Windows XP Media Player or Winamp." But, while the modular trend sometimes spawns a certain over-the-topness - after all, with so many opportunities at your fingertips, why wouldn't you explore a few too many - his productions are notable for a certain sense of restraint, or at least leaving space for the really good ideas to poke their heads through the mix and make themselves known. When you see music described as "multidimensional constructs of stereo panned synthetics and slithering ambient techno" you just know they're going to sound twice as good on headphones and in this case they truly are a treat for stereo-loving ears, again, subtly fizzing around your headspace rather than performing obvious tricks. While the music itself is serene and relaxed enough to be classed as ambient, it's anything but lethargic, its parts constantly on the move as they coalesce around a dub rhythm or a head nodding techno pulse, slowly but surely drawing you into their quietly crazy and beautiful world. Compulsive joy.
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out of stock $27.52
Prang (12")
Cat: NMBRS 70. Rel: 17 May 23
Prang (feat Huerco S)
Sisu (feat Cucina Povera)
Review: Perko is one of those newer-school experimental artists whose fingers straddle many pies, but who nevertheless refuses to allow this inner tendency towards versatility to hold him back. The FELT label owner has welcomed artists as far-flung as Civilistjavel! to Moxie into his inner circle; and the fruits of this open-mindedness are more than translated into his latest EP for Glaswegian dance legends Numbers. 'Prang' errs on the side of playfulness, giving some hot seconds of pure danceable flavour. Huerco S lends his usually-texturally-rich addprod to the nominal A-sider, a rather impressive future-garage-acid cut that recalls some of Objekt's earlier stuff, while regular collaborator and mournful vocalist-producer Cucina Povera crops up on the ambient dub plunger-into-the-sound that is 'Sisu'.
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 in stock $14.29
Candid (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: SQM 022. Rel: 14 Nov 23
Ronpchi (2:10)
Honsu (5:43)
Lian (2:01)
Benbut (8:13)
Onyx (4:12)
Skid (2:24)
Imber (4:46)
Nakuku (5:28)
Ysop (5:33)
Eyb (1:46)
 in stock $25.40
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