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Separate Ways
Cat: DOM 01S. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Separate Ways
  2. PS I Love You
 in stock $11.52
Original Soundtrack
Original Soundtrack (limited LP + insert)
Cat: DOM 27L. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Morning In The City (2:41)
  2. Polyester From Hell (3:05)
  3. Ladies In Mercedes (3:11)
  4. Time/Silence (2:00)
  5. Pink Flamingos (3:08)
  6. Technology Mythology (2:54)
  7. The Big Chill (0:21)
  8. Tin Man (2:48)
  9. Walk, Don't Walk (2:53)
  10. Sowebohemia (3:44)
  11. Butter Fly (2:27)
  12. Blue Diamonds (2:30)
  13. Time Travel (0:33)
  14. Picture (1:59)
  15. Evening In The City (1:54)
Review: Originally a folk guitarist from Baltimore in the 1960's, Gary Blanchard's musical career only took off twenty years later with something totally different and unexpected. Something that may have been too far ahead of its time back in the 80s, but that sounds just right hearing it in 2016. Entitled Original Soundtrack, this is Blanchard's only LP and is about as far from folk as techno is from classical; there's a similarity in texture and mood, perhaps, but the construction of the songs are a world apart. Coming out through Spain's excellent Domestica label, Gary Blanchard's album is a one-off piece of minimal experimentation of the highest calibre. It is drenched in a familiar 80's romanticism and melancholia, but tunes like "Polyester From Hell", or "Technology Mythology" are blissful drum machine experiments that look in every possible direction in terms of influences. Check it, there's some gold in there.
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Played by: Dj soFa
 in stock $21.42
Where Muses Dwell
Where Muses Dwell (limited LP + insert)
Cat: DOM 33-L. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. World History Trilogy: Into The Arena/The Temple Crumbles/Orphans Of The Empire (9:51)
  2. Narcissus At The Pool (3:20)
  3. Where Muses Dwell (5:57)
  4. Sequencer's Song (2:18)
  5. Ad Infinatum (5:31)
  6. Semi-Divergence (2:27)
  7. Theoretical Plane (3:38)
  8. Predetermination (3:02)
  9. Combustion (2:51)
Review: Back in the 80s and 90s, Andrew Szava-Kovats used to go by the name of Dominion, an alias which was bourn out of the rise of electro across the USA and mainland Europe. Through a series of cassettes and slabs of vinyl, the artist manages to remain largely in the shadows while still receiving the praise and respect of the diggers. Spain's excellent Domestica imprint comes through with a much-needed reissue of the man's opening piece of work from 1985, a tape by the name of Where Muses Dwell. Originally out through K.O. City Studio, this is the very first time that this music resides on vinyl, which is a marvel in itself considering just how uber-pioneering it really is. We've tagged this particular LP as cold wave because, in fact, there is a lack of structure to many of these tracks, and that's exactly what makes them alluring to the trained or untrained ear. You can do yourself a favour by forgetting about all that new-school synth-tronica, and getting your vibes here this week. These won't stick around long, so be sure to cop a copy...
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 in stock $20.35
Maquinismo Operatorio 1984-1986
Maquinismo Operatorio 1984-1986 (limited LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOM 21L. Rel: 27 Jan 15
Industrial/Noise
  1. Almuerzo Desnudo
  2. Di Hola Zapato
  3. Gerardo
  4. Maquinismo Operatorio
  5. Espana Y Cuba
  6. Santiago
Review: Barcelona's Domestica are specialists in unearthing some of the rawest and most cutting-edge material from the past and they've once again stepped onto something truly special. Fernando Gallego were a Spanish post-punk outfit whose music didn't quite get the attention in deserved way back when in the eighties, but all that doesn't seem to matter when you take into account just how forward-thinking their attitude and style were. Each track is a fine blend of the kind of crusty EBM that Nitzer Ebb has made, Throbbing Gristle's noise-fuelled guitar riffs, and even a touch of proto-techno a-la Liaisons Dangereuses. All in all, it's a heavy-duty package for all you collectors, and a fine introspective into Spain's hidden alternative scene of the twentieth century. Another winner from the Domestica camp!
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Played by: Marsman
 in stock $19.82
Circuit Lights: 1982-1986 (repress)
Circuit Lights: 1982-1986 (repress) (limited LP in die cut sleeve)
Cat: DOM 01L. Rel: 06 Nov 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Hello/Goodbye
  2. Confrontation
  3. Fatal Crash Immersed The Start
  4. Barriers
  5. Still Life
  6. Trying To Find The Hidden World
  7. Harmony In Red
  8. Search For A Soul
  9. Death Wish
Review: Repress alert! Gary Ramon's Modern Art project was ludicrously slept-on until the lovely folks at Domestica decided to unearth some of his most singular work from the mid-1980's. This is post-punk and new wave at its most bold, where drum machine rhythms get chewed up and spat-out by lonesome riffs and dreary vocals. There's plenty of winners on here, and amongst those, we're particularly fond of "Fatal Crash Immersed The Start" for its heavy beats and electro-like melodies, and "Search For A Soul" largely for the same reasons! If you're into Drexciya, Transslusion etc then you'll hear some interesting stuff in here!
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 in stock $23.57
Moloko +
Moloko + (limited numbered LP in hand-printed sleeve + poster)
Cat: DOM 19L. Rel: 18 May 15
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Fields Of War (4:41)
  2. Trance (4:39)
  3. Heatwave (4:41)
  4. Freimann (4:58)
  5. Falling Apart (4:20)
  6. Bad Love (4:19)
  7. Tenderness (4:31)
  8. Eat & Starve (4:36)
  9. In Meiner Taschen... (4:03)
Review: Barcelona's Domestica label continue their experimental excursions into the underbelly of contemporary coldwave and industrial synth-pop with a reissue of the self-titled LP from mid '80s darkwave outfit Moloko +. Taking their name from Clockwork Orange, Moloko+ self-released this set in 1986 and it's bristling with the sort of percussion-driven electronic melancholia we expect from Domestica. From "Fields Of War" to "In Meiner Taschen", Moloko + grinds and chugs its way across vast soundscapes of proggy guitar riffs and vocals very typical of the period. Punk, coldwave, pop and funky synthesizer sounds are mashed up and broken down into an unforgettable journey, the sort of music you want to pump through your car speakers on a journey across the universe. Classy and edgy.
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 in stock $21.42
That's The Body
That's The Body (limited 12")
Cat: DOM 29L. Rel: 08 Mar 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. That's The Body (5:35)
  2. On & Off (5:09)
  3. Mort Automatique (3:42)
  4. Frutta (7:32)
Review: Domestica continues its on-going trawl through the archives of S.M Nurse, an Amsterdam-based synth-wave trio who recorded a serious amount of material between 1980 and '83 before all but vanishing. That's The Body gathers together a quartet of dancefloor-friendly excursions. On the A you'll find the stylized minimal wave/electrofunk fusion of "That's The Body" and wavy, high-tempo thrust of "Off & On", both of which originally appeared on the band's earliest release. On the flip you'll find two previously unreleased versions of similarly vintage tracks: the alien synths, woozy B-52s vocals and tough machine drums of "Mort Automatique", and the hazy melancholy of "Frutta", which boasts a particularly druggy arpeggio bassline.
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Played by: Leo James, Eric Duncan
 in stock $19.82
Transmission Barcelona: Second Anniversary (2012-2014)
VARIOUS
Cat: DOM 04-S. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Seacrypt - "Glass Eye"
  2. Madmoizel - "Come"
  3. Phosphor - "Linear Attraction"
  4. Des Ames Libres - "Today Not Tomorrow"
  5. Schonwald - "Treasure"
  6. In Death It Ends - "Futureblack"
  7. Noi Kabat - "Kitchen Person"
  8. Mas Alla - "ElectroAreas"
  9. In A Lonely Place - "Run"
  10. Xiu - "Dancing With You"
Review: Overseen by resident selector DJ Sandman, Transmission is a monthly party in Barcelona that acts as a local focal point for all things post punk, cold wave and new wave. With the night a growing success since it's foundation back in late 2011, DJ Sandman have teamed up with the excellent Domestica label to present a second anniversary compilation that features ten acts that should offer those inquisitive minds some insight into the ebb and flow of a Transmission night. Oakland trio Seacrypt open proceedings with the ethereal minimal synth of "Glass Eye" and from here the compilation zips through the feedback drench post punk of French expressionist Madmoizel, London synth wavers Phosphor and Italian duo Schonwald whose delay-laden "Treasure" lives up to it's title and then some. A fine document for Transmission and Domestica!
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 in stock $21.42
X-mas Card From Outer Space: Oscar's X-mas Carols 1984-1987
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X-mas Card From Outer Space: Oscar's X-mas Carols 1984-1987 (limited LP + hand-printed x-mas card + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOM 34L. Rel: 04 Dec 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Grandmaster O - "Santa Cut" (1:26)
  2. Ende Shneafliet - "X-mas Card From Outer Space" (3:52)
  3. Mark Lane - "When The Candle Burns Tonight" (3:20)
  4. Atom Cristal - "Cristalissages" (2:51)
  5. Ptose - "What Will You Bring (To Me)?" (2:29)
  6. Atrox & FP & The Doubling Riders - "The Little Match Girl" (5:25)
  7. Bene Gesserit - "Joyeux Poeme!!" (1:50)
  8. Geluidshouwerij - "Snow Blow" (3:07)
  9. The Legendary Pink Dots - "Governement Health Warning" (1:30)
  10. Jacques Van Erven - "Longfellow's Christmas Bells" (3:30)
  11. Pascal Comelade - "Creche Musicale Et Plastique" (2:22)
  12. Doxa Sinistra - "Sade Claus Is Coming To Town (Chapter I-VII)" (4:46)
  13. Van Kaye & Ignit - "Happy Holiday" (3:58)
  14. Edward Ka-Spel - "Jesus Wept" (2:13)
  15. Genetic Factor - "Vigila Di Natale" (5:57)
Review: Domestica presents a vinyl version of Oscar's X-mas Carols. For this album's tracklist, Jordi Serrano and Oscar Smit made a personal selection from the three previous cassettes which were originally released on Christmas Day 1984, 1985 and 1987 respectively by Smit's imprint Noel Tapes in Holland. The 15 tracks here are a selection of the best tracks of these three cassettes, mastered from the originals by Ruud '66' Lekx. It also features a cover painting by Max Kisman, laminated translucent sleeve and is hand stamped. Complete with dossier including liner notes by Smit, band bios, photos and download code, it's allegedly the only experimental Christmas compilation ever published.
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Played by: Dj soFa
 in stock $21.16
FORTHCOMING
Non Plus Ultra 1980-1987 (2020 Pressing)
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Non Plus Ultra 1980-1987 (2020 Pressing) (limited LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: DOM 03-L.
Coldwave/Synth
  1. UHP - "Quien Lo Ve"
  2. Vam Cyborg - "Actos De Maldad"
  3. TodoTodo - "Megaciclos De Verano"
  4. MAD - "Transmigracion"
  5. Fernando Gallego - "Almuerzo Desnudo"
  6. Kalashnikov - "Ultraviolencia" (cassette version)
  7. Aviador Dro - "Ballet Parking 1er Acto"
  8. Línea Vienesa - "La Isla De Las Sirenas"
  9. Autoplex - "Clockwork Mirror"
  10. La Caida De La Casa Usher - "Insecticidios"
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