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Are You Shpongled? (remastered)
Are You Shpongled? (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: TWSLP 4RM21. Rel: 23 Feb 23
Psy/Goa Trance
Shpongle Falls (8:17)
Shpongle Spores (7:13)
Vapour Rumours (10:56)
Monster Hit (8:28)
Behind Closed Eyelids (12:29)
Divine Moments Of Truth (10:17)
And The Day Turned To Night (14:42)
Review: What goes around, comes around, at least when it comes to dance music culture. The rise in new productions informed by early psy-trance and hallucinatory ambient techno jams has led to a swathe of reissues of long-forgotten releases from the 1990s. Here's another, and a chance to cop London outfit Shpongle's 1998 debut album, Are You Shpongled. As an LP, it's very much of its time, with the pair brilliantly blurring the boundaries between spacey ambient, dub, chill out room-ready downtempo grooves, intergalactic-sounding drum & bass, flute-sporting soundscapes and the kind of bustling rhythms and shroom-fuelled electronics that were once the preserve of new age travellers in brightly coloured trousers and slightly damp woolly hats.
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 in stock $38.56
Tales Of The Inexpressible (remastered)
Cat: TWSLP 13RM21. Rel: 23 Feb 23
Psy/Goa Trance
Dorset Perception (8:06)
Star Shpongled Banner (8:57)
A New Way To Say 'Hooray!' (8:41)
My Head Feels Like A Frisbee (8:55)
Shpongleyes (9:20)
Once Upon The Sea Of Blissful Awareness (8:08)
Room 23 (5:07)
Around The World In A Tea Daze (11:37)
Flute Fruit (2:18)
Review: 'Shpongloid' is a word we like to throw around in our reviews occasionally; it's traceable back to Shpongle, whose defining psychedelic electronic music style is truly like no other. This reissue of the beija flor influenced 'Tales Of The Inexpressible' sheds new light on one of their densest, long-form 'single-take' trip albums. Breakbeat, new age tabla, robotic Konnakol, gated trance leads; all collide on this incredible album.
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 in stock $34.03
Ineffable Mysteries From Shpongleland (remastered)
Cat: TWSLP 36RM21. Rel: 21 Mar 23
Electroplasm (10:07)
No Turn Un-stoned (8:18)
Shpongolese Spoken Here (6:53)
Ineffable Mysteries From Shpongleland (10:33)
Nothing Is Something Worth Doing (6:23)
I Am You (11:36)
Invisable Man In A Flourescent Suit (8:53)
Walking Backwards Through The Cosmic Mirror (8:10)
Ineffable Mysteries From Shpongleland (live At Red Rocks 2014) (9:49)
Nothing Is Something Worth Doing (live At Red Rocks 2014) (6:38)
I Am You (live In London 2013) (11:27)
Review: Twisted are continuing their solid reissue campaign for one of the true greats of psy-trance culture, the mighty Sphongle. Simon Ponsford and Raja Ram's project of course reached beyond the trappings of dancefloor formula to become a much broader concern drawing on global music traditions and new age spirituality as much as mind-tweaking electronica. On this, their fourth album, the electronics were positively subsumed by intricately woven layers of flute, guitar, sitar, cello, hang drum and much more besides. Released in 2009 and remaining a firm favourite amongst the group's devoted fanbase, this remastered repress spread Ineffable Mysteries across three discs for maximum fidelity.
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Museum Of Consciousness (remastered)
Cat: TWSLP 45RM21. Rel: 21 Mar 23
Psy/Goa Trance
Brain In A Fish Tank (7:52)
How The Jellyfish Jumped Up The Mountain (10:09)
The Aquatic Garden Of Extra-celestial Delights (11:40)
Juggling Molecules (9:16)
Further Adventures In Shpongleland (6:15)
The Epiphany Of Mrs Kugla (6:37)
Ticking The Amygdala (8:35)
Review: Sphongle continue to gift their fans with these exquisite reissues of their illustrious catalogue, catching up to more recent times with the richly dynamic sound of Museum Of Consciousness. This 2013 epic leant in on every dimension of Simon Ponsford and Raja Ram's sound, at once bristling with kinetic electronica energy while keeping their much-loved mysticism front and centre. It's a trip, like a Sphongle album should be, but it's also got a certain bite which more than stands up to the rigours of the modern dancefloor. One of the group's great skills has been in moving with the times while staying true to a certain deep-rooted, festival-friendly playfulness. Grab a slice of cosmic delight, freshly remastered for your brain to happily feast on.
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 in stock $31.90
A Flock Of Bleeps (remastered)
A Flock Of Bleeps (remastered) (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TWSLP 24RM. Rel: 12 Apr 23
Psy/Goa Trance
Weird On A Monday Night (8:50)
The Receptive (6:45)
Evil & Harm (6:01)
Crumblenaut (6:39)
Scanner (8:19)
Even Dwarves Start Small (6:53)
Magic Monkey Juice (7:05)
Finger (4:34)
Safety Zone (7:05)
Bedtime Story (2:54)
Review: Younger Brother are psychedelic electronic music's prodigal sons, and 'A Flock Of Bleeps' was their debut album. This being the first statement of intent by the collaborative duo that was Simon Posford (Shpongle) and Benji Vaughan (Prometheus), the album was in fact no less developed in sound than their later material. As is usually the case with 'psytrance' (in quotation marks because that term has lost quite a bit of meaning), the LP begins serenely before dropping into over a hours' worth of seamless IDM brain-warpery, with most of its rather timeless productions complemented by a string of vocal contributions from Michelle Adamson.
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Vaccine Electronic (remastered)
Vaccine Electronic (remastered) (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TWSLPYB 2RM. Rel: 24 May 23
Psy/Goa Trance
Train (Electronic mix) (7:17)
Pound A Rhythm (Electronic mix) (7:57)
Spinning Into Place (Electronic mix) (8:07)
Night Lead Me Astray (Electronic mix) (7:42)
Crystalline (Electronic mix) (5:50)
Shine (Electronic mix) (6:47)
Delina Did It (Electronic mix) (6:17)
Sonnambula (Electronic mix) (4:28)
Review: The twin 'electronic' album to the supposedly 'acoustic' album that came before, Vaccine Electronic is Younger Brother's eight-track compendium of electronic versions of the 2011 album 'Vaccine', released three years later. Packed with may a psytrance meltdown and crystalline glitch-freaks - as if our ears had just been injected with a new experimental psilocyboid - choice tracks such as 'Night Led Me Astray Electronic' lay especial claim to Posford and Vaughan's mammoth production skill, in contrast to their matchable songwriting ability as defined on the earlier album.
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The Last Days Of Gravity (remastered)
Cat: TWSLP 32RM. Rel: 24 May 23
Psy/Goa Trance
Happy Pills (8:43)
All I Want (9:32)
Elephant Machine (6:21)
Your Friends Are Scary (6:30)
I Am A Freak (8:58)
Ribbon On A Branch (7:45)
Sleepwalker (part one) (0:51)
Sleepwalker (part two) (11:25)
Psychic Gibbon (7:25)
 in stock $36.16
Vaccine (remastered)
Vaccine (remastered) (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: TWSLPYB 1RM. Rel: 25 May 23
Psy/Goa Trance
Crystalline (5:23)
Shine (4:42)
Pound A Rhythm (5:36)
Safety In Numbers (5:38)
Night Lead Me Astray (5:07)
Train (7:27)
Spinning Into Place (6:34)
SYS 700 (6:51)
Tetris (4:17)
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 in stock $23.82
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