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Ich Traume So Leise Von Dir (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 015. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  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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Cat: MFM 022. Rel: 10 Jul 17
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Digital Reggae (3:57)
  2. Digital Reggae (remix) (5:08)
  3. Supernatural Magic (4:24)
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Cat: MFM 026. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Skin 'N' Bones (5:15)
  2. Dub Oven (4:24)
  3. Millions Of Sensations (4:09)
Review: You'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with the work of short-lived San Francisco band Dub Oven. After all, they only released one 12" single way back in 1983, and that was a self-released, private-press affair. Happily, the dusty-fingered diggers behind Music From Memory are big fans and here offer up a re-mastered reissue. Amazingly, each of the three tracks explores different sonic territory. Contrast, for example, the Tom Tom Club-goes-synth-funk eccentricity of lead cut "Skin 'n' Bones" and "Dub Oven", a thrillingly spaced-out chunk of no-wave/electro fusion that sounds like it could have been beamed down from another universe. Then there's closer "Millions of Sensations", which sits somewhere between Japanese new wave ambience and the post-punk funk of Bristolian outfits The Pop Group and Maximum Joy.
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1 By 1 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 025. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. So (3:43)
  2. Logarithms (3:59)
  3. Breedlove (4:31)
  4. Sex Music (5:54)
  5. Carry Me Off (3:03)
  6. Say You'll Say So (5:05)
  7. Camella (4:21)
  8. It's Telling On Me (3:07)
  9. Sandbars Alone (3:37)
  10. Don't Push Me Away (3:21)
  11. Anodyne (2:25)
  12. Minored Birds (5:38)
  13. Brian's Having A Party (1:45)
  14. Nisei (5:09)
  15. Smooth Edges (3:04)
  16. Overhead Glass (2:36)
  17. The Alluring Pause (6:21)
  18. Excerpts From Ground Zero (4:48)
  19. 1 By 1 (4:47)
  20. Mack (6:03)
Review: The genius of Music From Memory has always been the label's ability to shine a light of sublime music that most will have missed. Certainly, very few will be familiar with the work of Geoffrey Landers, a Denver, Colarado-based multi-instrumentalist who recorded three albums and one single between 1982 and 1987. This superb retrospective contains material from all of these releases, deftly showcasing Landers' intriguing musical palette - a trippy mixture of vintage electronics, experimental new wave influences, strange spoken word snippets, occasional dub influences, effects-laden guitar passages, post-punk attitude, minimalist synth-funk and what would now be considered discordant art-rock. It's a stylistic melting pot that makes for wonderful listening.
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Talk To The Sea (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 002. Rel: 18 Dec 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Snake Theory
  2. The Word Love
  3. Still
  4. Fata Morgana
  5. Redanzen
  6. Talk To The Sea
  7. Music For Chameleons
  8. Little Faith
  9. First Time Ruth Saw The Sea
  10. The Nylon Dollar
  11. The Kasparian Circle
  12. Nadir
  13. Stella Maris
  14. Call Me
  15. The City Lights
  16. She Wears Shades
  17. Almanac
Review: **Repress** The Music From Memory label was launched by Redlight Records founders Tako Reyenga, Abel Nagenast and Jamie Tiller earlier this year, sporting a proud mantra of "giving overlooked and unreleased music that we love a second chance". The focus of attention for Music Of Memory's second release falls on the works of celebrated ambient composer Gigi Masin. Born in Venice, Masin's work has been sampled by the likes of Bjork and To Rococco Rot and his albums attract feverish acclaim, with Wind, Masin's privately pressed debut LP a desired rarity for the only the most well-heeled of second hand collectors. It's from this album and a selection of Masin's other released works that Music From Memory draw from for this stunningly meditative double LP retrospective Talk To The Sea, which also includes a healthy amount of unreleased material.
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Criola (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 019. Rel: 10 Apr 17
International
  1. Intermezzo III (3:57)
  2. Criola (3:28)
  3. Intermezzo II (1:05)
  4. !!! KWE (2:06)
  5. Dou-Niya (2:42)
  6. Intermezzo I (0:55)
  7. Funyaka (3:02)
  8. What (1:50)
  9. Veronika (2:36)
Review: You can rely on Holland's Music From Memory imprint to deliver the most entrepreneurial of reissues, and this latest unearthing of Denis Mpunga's lost tapes just about tops their list of best releases. We've been big fans of this label since the start, but coming up with a long-lost cassette LP that sounds as fresh as this is quite a feat for any sort of record label. Originally from Liege in Belgium, Mpunga has been lost in the depths of time, but we can safely say that this album could be from a distant future. Charged with a noticeable Congolese influence, these strange and improvisational post-punk tunes are the most devilish dance experiments that you'll find this week, and perhaps even this year. The whole LP is a perfect balance of abstraction and soulfulness, having the ability to please a whole array of different listeners and music aficionados. If anything, you absolutely must give the sublime groove of "Funyaka" a go. What a record!
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Cat: MFM 023. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. KWE!! (Prins Emanuel remix) (4:43)
  2. Intermezzo B (Dazion Turtle Maraca remix) (6:10)
  3. Funyaka (Androo Romantic dub) (5:43)
  4. Veronika II (Tolouse Low Trax remix) (5:48)
  5. Veronika II (2:34)
  6. Intermezzo II (Interstellar Funk remix) (8:28)
Review: Having thrilled dusty-fingered crate diggers with a reissue of Denis Mpunga and Paul K's impossible-to-find mid-'80s cassette album Criola - an unusual but rather fine combination of post-punk and traditional Congolese music - Music from Memory has decided to give some of the tracks the remix treatment. As you'd expect, there's many more hits than misses. Dutch rising star Dazion delivers a wonderfully cosmic revision of "Intermezzo B" full of fluttering new age synth lines and drum machine polyrhythms, while Tolouse Low Trax turns "Veronika" into a woozy and dreamy chunk of dub-flecked, loved-up downtempo bliss. Late night dancefloor thrills are provided by Interstellar Funk's intergalactic tribal techno take on "Intermezzo 2" and Prins Emmanuel's tactile take on "KWEI!", which sits somewhere between dub disco, boogie and proto-house.
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La Diferencia (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 017. Rel: 06 Feb 17
Funk
  1. Autumn (6:17)
  2. Slave Of The Body/Mind (3:19)
  3. I Won't Bite (4:57)
  4. Gentle Friend (4:29)
  5. Baby Please (3:17)
  6. La Diferencia (4:05)
Review: La Differencia, Dutch singer Hubertus Richenel Baars' 1982 debut, has long been considered something of a slept-on classic by those in the know. Charmingly lo-fi and homemade in feel, the cassette's 10 tracks - six of which are featured on this first ever vinyl reissue - brilliantly joined the dots between blue-eyed soul, spacey electro, disco, electrofunk and slap-bass wielding space boogie. As usual, Music From Memory has done a terrific job with the re-mastering; the tracks sound stronger than ever, if even they have retained some of the charming fuzziness of Baars' original production. All told, it's another essential reissue from Music Is Memory.
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Odisea (gatefold 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 009. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Un Hombre Oscuro (4:17)
  2. Ya Son Dos Los Cielos (4:46)
  3. Nada De Lo Que Sucede (5:00)
  4. Para Que Pasen Las Termitas (4:02)
  5. Ceniza Humeda (4:05)
  6. Prefiero El Naranja (5:37)
  7. The Guardian (5:55)
  8. Light Is Not Like Life (6:27)
  9. Los Cielos Siempre (4:42)
  10. Una Gota De Asfalto (5:08)
  11. Se Que Estas Ahi (2:56)
  12. La Muerte Del Agua (5:28)
  13. The Ten Heads Of Someone (7:56)
  14. Linda Cubana (2:57)
  15. Tierra Media (4:54)
  16. La Mano Transparente (5:07)
  17. Aprendiendo A Amerizar (3:57)
  18. Odisea 3 (6:01)
Review: Having introduced Gigi Masin to a wider audience via the brilliant Talk To The Sea compilation back in 2014, Music From Memory is now attempting to do the same with Suso Saiz. Like Masin, Saiz was a new age/ambient pioneer in his country (in this case, Spain), releasing a smattering of obscure solo albums between 1984 and the present day. The material on Odisea - dreamy, stripped-back, evocative, occasionally breezy and largely built around vintage synthesizers and his own, Steve Hillage-like guitar work - is taken from those albums, as well as an obscure cassette-only release. As usual, the Amsterdam diggers have also included a number of previously unreleased tracks, drawn from the musician's extensive archives. It all ads up to another must have compilation from Europe's premier Balearic archivists.
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Odisea (2xCD)
Cat: MFM 009CD. Rel: 25 Jul 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Un Hombre Oscuro
  2. Ya Son Dos Los Cielos
  3. Nada De Lo Que Sucede
  4. Para Que Pasen Las Termitas
  5. Ceniza Humedia
  6. Prefiero El Naranja
  7. The Guardian
  8. Light Is Not Like Life
  9. Los Cielos Siempre
  10. Una Gota De Asfolto
  11. Se Que Estas Ahi
  12. La Muerte Del Agua
  13. The Ten Heads Of Someone
  14. Linda Cubana
  15. Tierra Media
  16. Mano Transparante
  17. Apriendo A Amerizar
  18. Odisea 3
  19. Club Global
  20. Mientras Tanto Oigo
  21. Suelo Para Pisar
  22. Maquina De Aliento
Review: Expanded 2CD edtiion: Having introduced Gigi Masin to a wider audience via the brilliant Talk To The Sea compilation back in 2014, Music From Memory is now attempting to do the same with Suso Saiz. Like Masin, Saiz was a new age/ambient pioneer in his country (in this case, Spain), releasing a smattering of obscure solo albums between 1984 and the present day. The material on Odisea - dreamy, stripped-back, evocative, occasionally breezy and largely built around vintage synthesizers and his own, Steve Hillage-like guitar work - is taken from those albums, as well as an obscure cassette-only release. As usual, the Amsterdam diggers have also included a number of previously unreleased tracks, drawn from the musician's extensive archives. It all ads up to another must have compilation from Europe's premier Balearic archivists.
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Rainworks (2xLP)
Cat: MFM 020. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. From Memory & The Sky (17:22)
  2. The Way Of The Water (8:30)
  3. The Hiding Place (6:27)
  4. They Don't Love Each Other (5:40)
  5. Nothing Ends (9:38)
  6. A Rainy Afternoon (19:14)
Review: Having introduced Spanish ambient pioneer Suso Saiz to a wider audience via last year's superb Odisea retrospective, Music From Memory has scored a new album from the long-serving musician and composer. Rainworks was recorded over a two-month period in early 2016, and sees Saiz evocatively joining the dots between Jonny Nash style guitar-led ambience, gently undulating, piano-driven mood pieces, evocative collages of found sounds and field recordings (see opener "From Memory & The Sky"), and ghostly, effects-laden ambient. He also finds time to pay tribute to Steve Reich style American minimalism on the cyclical brilliance of "They Don't Love Each Other".
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Rainworks (CD)
Cat: MFM 020CD. Rel: 23 Oct 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. From Memory & The Sky
  2. The Way Of The Water
  3. The Hiding Place
  4. They Don't Love Each Other
  5. Nothing Ends
  6. A Rainy Afternoon
Review: Having introduced Spanish ambient pioneer Suso Saiz to a wider audience via last year's superb Odisea retrospective, Music From Memory has scored a new album from the long-serving musician and composer. Rainworks was recorded over a two-month period in early 2016, and sees Saiz evocatively join the dots between Jonny Nash style guitar-led ambience, gently undulating, piano-driven mood pieces, evocative collages of found sounds and field recordings (see opener "From Memory & The Sky"), and ghostly, effects-laden ambient. He also finds time to pay tribute to Steve Reich style American minimalism on the cyclical brilliance of "They Don't Love Each Other".
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Cat: MFM 028. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Another (1:03)
  2. NUWAV2 (19:33)
  3. WAV1 (4:15)
  4. Ambien (1:47)
  5. Arrpfaded (2:03)
  6. Soft G (3:15)
  7. 220+G (2:32)
  8. L8R H8R (1:41)
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Phantoms Of Dreamland (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 011. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Loopy Madness (II) (3:08)
  2. Village Voice (6:04)
  3. Maid Of The Mist (6:10)
  4. Ball Of Fire (7:18)
  5. El Teb (5:34)
  6. Zoote Pointe (9:20)
  7. Spooky Boogie (7:24)
  8. Our Man In (4:33)
  9. Meningreen (5:08)
  10. Rainwater Flijt (8:42)
  11. Phil #5 (2:35)
  12. Phantoms Of Dreamland (8:28)
  13. End Of An Era (5:24)
  14. Boxes (2:46)
  15. Underneath The Window (6:02)
Review: Music From Memory has always been good at unearthing unusual or unheard music, with last year's Michael Turtle 12", Are You Psychic? - a madcap trip into outer-space electronics first issued in 1983 - being particularly revelatory. Here, they unleash a superb 15-track collection of the producer's work, which is entirely made up of music originally recorded in and around the time of the sessions for his sole solo album, 1983's Music From The Living Room. Thrillingly, only two of the tracks have previously seen the light of day. As you might expect, it's wonderfully hard to pin down, with turtle variously fusing dubbed-out electronics, spacey jazz influences, African rhythms, new age melodies, weird pop, undulating drum machine rhythms, and - most curiously of all - odd spoken word vocals.
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FORTHCOMING
Return To Jeka
Cat: MFM 029. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Reincarnation
  2. Hyper Ethnic Blues
  3. Uiko's Return To Jeka
  4. Dub This Heavy
  5. Feel The Pain
  6. Jovan's Island
  7. On The Plateau
  8. Uiko's Dream
Review: Back in 2016 Music From Memory took a deep dive into the archives of obscure British multi-instrumentalist Mike Turtle, resurfacing with a fine double-album of largely previously unheard cuts. Two years on they've taken another stroll through Turtle's well-stocked vault, resulting in another essential collection of quirky cuts. Check, for example, the psychedelic patchwork "Reincarnation", where backwards drums do battle with exotic Indian samples, or the delay-laden, lo-fi synth-pop pulse of "Uiko's Return to Jeka", which boasts strange spoken word vocals from Turtle and South African style juju guitar solos. You'll find these kinds of imaginative experiments throughout; tracks that really shouldn't work, but instead entertain, excite and inspire in equal measure.
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Played by: Manu•Archeo
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VARIOUS
Cat: MFM 016. Rel: 19 Mar 18
International
  1. Piry Reis - "O Sol Na Janela" (5:06)
  2. Nando Carneiro - "GRES Luxo Artesanal/O Campones" (6:09)
  3. Cinema - "Sem Teto" (2:58)
  4. Os Mulheres Negras - "So Quero Um Xodo" (3:38)
  5. Fernando Falcao - "Amanhecer Tabajara (A Alceu Valenca)" (3:58)
  6. Anno Luz - "Por Que" (4:55)
  7. Andrea Daltro - "Kiua" (5:50)
  8. Os Mulheres Negras - "Maoscolorida" (3:53)
  9. Bene Fonteles - "O M M" (3:16)
  10. Carlinhos Santos - "Giramundo" (2:45)
  11. Priscilla Ermel - "Gestos De Equilibrio" (9:03)
  12. Carioca - "Branca" (5:04)
  13. Marco Bosco - "Sol Da Manha" (4:43)
  14. Maria Rita - "Cantico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiura)" (4:10)
  15. Marco Bosco - "Madeira II (Mae Terra)" (2:37)
  16. Priscilla Ermel - "Corpo Do Vento" (15:45)
  17. Luhli E Lucina - "E Foi" (3:57)
Review: Music From Memory has a reputation for doing the unexpected. It would be fair to say that few would have predicted the Dutch label's decision to release a collection "electronic and contemporary music from Brazil". As usual, the Red Light Records affiliated crate-digging crew has done a superb job with Outro Tempo, which was compiled by label affiliate John Gomez. Musically, it's predictably varied but always beautiful. It mostly focuses on tracks that fuse traditional Brazilian instrumentation, percussion and musical ideas, with elements of electronica, ambient, jazz-fusion and Reich style minimalism. The accompanying liner notes do a great job in putting the collection in context, explaining how the music was often inspired by political changes within Brazil during the 1980s.
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FORTHCOMING
Uneven Paths: Deviant Pop From Europe 1980-1991
VARIOUS
Cat: MFM 031CD. Rel: 14 May 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Nightfall In Camp - "Cada Dia" (2:59)
  2. Stroer Duo Howard Fine - "Nomaden" (4:40)
  3. Tony Hymas - "Pictures Of Departure" (4:47)
  4. Violet Eves - "Listen Over The Ocean" (4:17)
  5. Miko & Mubare - "Komoma Ya-Ya-Ya" (4:26)
  6. Piscine Et Charles - "Quart De Tour, Mon Amour" (4:41)
  7. John Makin & Friends - "No Lie" (6:57)
  8. Nonobstant - "Jessica" (5:16)
  9. Wolfgang Klingler, Thomas Heimes, Hans-Christian Mittag - "Nach Dienst" (3:25)
  10. Sound On Sound - "Depression" (3:00)
  11. Pete Brandt's Method - "What You Are" (3:28)
  12. Lost Gringos - "Tambo Machay" (4:49)
  13. Vanakos - "I Hate Disco... Not The Dance" (4:34)
  14. Brenda & The Beachballs - "Dancing Thru' The Night" (5:10)
  15. Patrick Forgas - "Sex Move" (4:44)
  16. Xavier Jouvelet - "Oeuf En Clock" (4:57)
  17. Lou Blic - "Mineralite" (3:16)
  18. Steve Beresford - "Comfortable Gestures" (3:27)
  19. Bill Nelson's Orchestra Arcana - "The Whole City Between Us" (3:28)
  20. Harte 10 - "Happy New Year" (4:55)
  21. Monica Rypma - "Hey, Where You Goin!" (3:27)
Played by: Lukas Lyrestam
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  1. Piry Reis - "O Sol Na Janela"
  2. Nando Carneiro - "GRES Luxo Artesanal/O Campones"
  3. Cinema - "Sem Teto"
  4. Joao De Brucoe E RH Jackson - "Terra Batida"
  5. Os Mulheres Negras - "So Quero Um Xodo"
  6. Fernando Falcao - "Amanhecer Tabajara (A Alceu Valenca)"
  7. Anno Luz - "Por Que"
  8. Andrea Daltro - "Kiua"
  9. Os Mulheres Negras - "Maoscolorida"
  10. Bene Fonteles - "O M M"
  11. Maria Rita - "Lamento Africano/Rictus"
  12. Carlinhos Santos - "Giramundo"
  13. Bene Fonteles - "Azul"
  14. Priscilla Ermel - "Gestos De Equilibrio"
  15. Carioca - "Branca"
  16. Marco Bosco - "Sol Da Manha"
  17. Maria Rita - "Cantico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiura)"
  18. Marco Bosco - "Madeira II (Mae Terra)"
  19. Priscilla Ermel - "Corpo Do Vento"
  20. Luhli E Lucina - "E Foi"
Review: When this brilliant compilation debuted on vinyl earlier in the year, it was rightly acclaimed as one of the best anthologies of the year. It was compiled by long-time Music From Memory affiliate John Gomez, who takes listeners on an attractive stroll through Brazilian music's margins. The material showcased was all released between 1978 and 1992 and is both impressively varied and effortlessly picturesque. It mostly focuses on tracks that fuse traditional Brazilian instrumentation, percussion and musical ideas with elements of electronica, ambient, jazz-fusion and Reich style minimalism. The accompanying liner notes do a great job in putting the collection in context, explaining how the music was often inspired by political changes within Brazil, while this CD edition boasts three extra tracks not present on the vinyl version.
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Cat: MFM 024. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. The New Age (4:52)
  2. Don't Wait (2:42)
  3. Be Easy (3:48)
  4. Morning Love (4:18)
Review: Music From Memory return, this time with four tracks drawn from Virgil 'Vincent' Work Jnr's little-known cassette only debut from 1987. This album reflects a more stripped back and raw musical approach from the St. Louis musician. The 'Fast Forward' sessions grew out of a series of late night jams with Vincent's brother Scott who was then living in Kansas. With nothing planned in advance and no written music involved in the final recording sessions, the songs that would form 'Fast Forward' very much evolved out of improvisation. As Virgil himself explains, the title of the album in fact came about because it felt "as if I had fast forwarded to a different sound". Although the album received a good response from local radio DJs and music magazines, the album sadly never gained enough momentum or demand for a further run of copies. Fast forward to 2017, exactly thirty years are their production, and Music From Memory are delighted to be able to finally make Vincent's music commercially available again.
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