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Dreams Are Not Enough
Cat: GI 343CD.
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Review: "Dreams Are Not Enough" is not only the first Telefon Tel Aviv album for a decade, but also the first since the accidental death of founder member Charles Cooper the same year. It's perhaps understandable, then, that the album is bittersweet and melancholic in tone, with surviving member John Eustis offering up a range of drowsy, dream-like songs and instrumentals - think layered ambient, gentle Balearic synth-pop and tear-jerking late night soundscapes - that seem more laden with feeling than anything he or Cooper released during the band's successful early years. It's a genuinely beautiful, poignant and picturesque set capable of stirring emotions in even the most steely of listeners, and a fitting tribute - if, indeed, it was meant to be - to Telefon Tel Aviv's missing member.
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Hidden Amongst The Trees & Foothills
  1. Pleasantries
  2. Wading Through A Sea Of Grass
  3. A Place To Call One's Own
  4. Quiet Boy
  5. Woodsmoke
  6. The Stars In Your Head & The Earth Beneath Your Feet
  7. Heron Song (He Waits In The Fog)
  8. Dreaming
  9. Meager Smiles For A Better Tomorrow
Review: Hidden Amongst the Trees and Foothills' was recorded this past spring during what I would describe as a very weird time for me. I was experiencing a constant sense of isolation and feeling disconnected with both myself and others. Playing guitar has been a constant source of peace for me and these are some tracks that came out of this difficult period. Looking back now, I feel like I'm in a different, better place now. I hope this music will bring peace to others just as it has done for me.
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coming soon $4.60
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Pattern
Pattern (CD)
Cat: PITP 24CD.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Pattern (part 1)
  2. Pattern (part 2)
Review: Pattern' is a new, two song slow burner by Japanese sound artist duenn. This album is an hour long sonic journey bathed in shimmering reflections with a profound sense of stillness and quietude.
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Fragments
Fragments (CD)
Cat: PITP 21CD.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Suspended In Liquid
  2. Enlightened Sustenance
  3. A Feeling Of Warmth In The Cold
  4. Falling Through Fingers
  5. In The Quiet & Still
  6. Solace
  7. Return From The Ashes
  8. Withdrawn
Review: Fragments' was created by using a method of composition James has been perfecting, where he takes small pieces of unreleased music that he has written stretching over the last 10 years, and runs them through different modes and methods of granular stretching and FFT processing. In some cases, the original audio source was no longer than 20-30 seconds long.
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coming soon $4.60
FORTHCOMING
Orchestral Tape Studies
Cat: PITP 19CD.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Pre Violet
  2. Infinite Ocean
  3. Solar
  4. Strata
  5. Continuous
Review: Orchestral Tape Studies is a compilation arranged and produced by healing sound propagandist, ??. OTS is a group of richly layered movements of fragmented orchestral loops, paying homage to minimalist symphonic composers and orchestras. ?? incorporates field recordings and faint drone billows to accompany these selected samples of orchestral loops. With an emphasis on tone and recurrent murmurs, these four arrangements offer 32 minutes of delicate repetition, reticent sound treatments, and subtle manipulations. OTS is intended for low-volume listening.
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Intimacy
Intimacy (CD)
Cat: PITPCD 03.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Someone Listening (Pour H)
  2. Delicately They Dance
  3. I Would Sing To You
  4. Yhe Glow Inside Us
Review: Swedish producer Ludvig Cimbrelius, also performing under the monikers Purl, Eternell, and Illuvia, has crafted a new collection of blissful sounds, utilizing layers of processed vocals over a bed of delicate guitar swells and luscious atmospheres. These four long pieces effortlessly flow together while drifting transcendently with the listener.
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coming soon $4.60
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Songs of an Empty Room
  1. Departure
  2. White Room
  3. Your Face Disappearing
  4. Here, Nowhere Black
  5. Departure (Strangers In Bed)
Review: Songs of an Empty Room' is the second solo album from Iranian sound artist Maryam Sirvan, also one half of the electronic duo NUM. 'Songs of An Empty Room' is a static inner journey into infinity, a story of a secluded room on a dull, grey summer evening.
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False Awakening
Cat: PITPCD 01.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Watching Myself From The Corner
  2. I'm Flying Over The City
Review: NUM's latest effort is a haunting journey into the dark silhouettes of avant-noise; if there was a soundtrack to accompany a journey into a black hole, 'False Awakening' would be it. NUM have created an ominous sound that goes far beyond any beaten path, stretching and exceeding uncharted territories that spirals into an infinite abyss. The 32 minute arrangement is comprised of two movements that incorporate processed voice, electric guitar, field recordings, electronics and saxophone.
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Zake
Zake (CD)
Cat: PITP 08CD.
Ambient/Drone
  1. Radiance
  2. Night Shineth As The Day
  3. Kasita
  4. Minaret
Review: The debut self-titled ?? comes in a limited edition of only one hundred tapes. These four tracks are separated into vignettes, running about forty minutes and contain evocative drone work, from the faint abyss to luminous, jettisoning abandon. Radiance purrs of low-fi tranquility that skims the thin layered surface, with a warm base. Night Shineth as the Day collects some outdoor field recordings, bird sing sweetly paired with a sinewy mid-tonal synth alternating between a lackadaisical afternoon and hazy daydreaming.
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Full Circle
Cat: MRBCD 194.
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Keep It Movin
  2. Wicked (feat Fliptrix)
  3. Ikoja (feat Elde)
  4. Huami (feat Terri Walker)
  5. Sometimes (feat Ruby)
  6. Wayside
  7. Time Ticks
  8. U&I
  9. We On (feat Sampa The Great)
  10. Situationships (feat K Waltz)
  11. Custom Made (feat Ayo The Yung African Pioneer)
Review: Jungle Brown's much anticipated second album is finally here, and packed with collaborations with exciting peers like Sampa The Great, Fliptrix and Terri Walker. The trio of Ric Flo, MAEAR & Tony Bones are in fine form with their ever soulful hip hop taking subtle hints from grime, house and trap. "Keep It Movin" and Huami" are for golden era fans, while "Sometimes" flips the script with a tight, bumping house beat and buttery raps. "Custom Made" is a rhythmically inventive, richly layered track and is one of many highlights on a standout album.
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Ninguem Vai Me Segurar
Cat: FARO 212CD.
Jazz
  1. Agora Ou Nunca Mais
  2. Roda Mundo
  3. Acalanto
  4. Cordao
  5. De Um Jeito So
  6. Eu Sou Mais Eu
  7. Canto De Meditacao
  8. Feel Like Making Love
  9. Bairro Negro
  10. Sou
Review: Far Out has decided to pay tribute to one of Brazilian music's most overlooked - and, let's face it, obscure - talents, Ana Mazzotti. She recorded just two albums in the 1970s before passing away from cancer in her early 30s a few years later. Both of those album have become sought-after, particularly 1974 debut "Ninguem Vai Me Segurar". This first ever reissue proves why. Warm, breezy and effortlessly soulful, it sees Mazzotti and her backing band sashay between languid samba-jazz, intergalactic bossa, soft-focus Brazilian soul and the kind of attractive jazz-funk/fusion that would later become the hallmark of Azymuth (not much of a surprise since two of that band's founder members were part of Mazzotti's backing band).
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Ana Mazzotti
Cat: FARO 213CD.
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Agora Ou Nunca Mais
  2. Canto De Meditacao
  3. Cordao
  4. Sou
  5. Em Acalanto
  6. Eta Samba Bom
  7. De Um Jeito So
  8. Bairro Negro
  9. Roda Mundo
  10. Eu Sou Mais Eu
Review: For Brazilian music collectors, the two 1970s albums by sadly departed vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Ana Mazzotti have long been must-have sets. Listening to Far Out's new reissue of the second of those, 1977's self-titled "Ana Mazzotti", it's easy to see why. The album is warm, woozy and groovy, joining the dots between slick and summery samba-jazz, synthesizer-laden bossa-nova, Azymuth style jazz-funk/fusion (see the delicious and laidback "Sou") and the kind of atmospheric, otherworldly deepness rarely heard in Brazilian popular music during that period. Highlights are plentiful throughout, with "Cordao", the spacey and up-tempo "Eta Samba Bom" and languid "Bairro Negro" among the many standout tracks.
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Tomodachi Sessions
Cat: NHS 362CD.
Drum And Bass
  1. Illuminate (feat Degs) (1:00)
  2. Shine On Through (feat Mountain & Karina Ramage) (1:00)
  3. Kosa (feat Keeno) (1:00)
  4. The Encounter (feat Bop) (1:00)
  5. Miles Ahead (feat DJ Marky) (1:00)
  6. Morning Sunrise (feat Danny Wheeler, G Force & Blu James) (1:00)
  7. Tokyo '96 (feat SPY) (1:00)
  8. Show Me How You Feel (1:00)
  9. Dive (feat Polaris) (1:00)
  10. Liberta (feat Urbandawn) (1:00)
  11. Living For (feat Paul T & Edward Oberon) (1:00)
  12. Transparent (1:00)
  13. Mystic Crystals (feat Technimatic) (1:00)
  14. Nexus (feat Pola & Bryson) (1:00)
  15. Merchant Blessing (feat MC Conrad) (1:00)
Review: Makato is often cited as one of the pioneering founders of Japan's drum & bass scene. He's now up to his sixth studio album and it finds his airy, rolling, sweet flowing beats all present and correct. "Tomodachi Sessions" derived from a series of collaborations with close friends who have all played a part in his 25 year career. DJ Marky, S.P.Y, Bop and MC Conrad all feature and lend their own personalities to an album that offers celebratory hands in the air tracks like "Shine On Through" next to more late night dancers like "Transparent" and melodic explorations like "Show Me How You Feel".
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coming soon $9.20
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Anak Ko
Anak Ko (CD)
Cat: PRC 390CD.
 
Indie
Review: By the time you reach the muffled, eccentric opening bars of "Tenderness", just past halfway on "Anak Ko", Jay Som's remit is clear. The Los Angeles singer-songwriter has left her shoes, or rather shoegaze, behind. This time she's walking barefoot through a lo-fi musical tapestry, baring soles and heartbreak while musing on the importance of self-value. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the head-noddingly agreeable "Nighttime Drive" to the jerking, grunge-y "Peace Out", it's equal parts gorgeous and effortlessly- not to mention breathily- cool, sexy and surprising. Perhaps what's most reassuring, though, is that there's every chance this could all come across as affected and a little too self-aware. Nothing could be further from the truth from what we can hear- an honest work representing the next step in the evolution of a truly exciting American indie talent.
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coming soon $17.85
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Hymn To Moisture
Cat: EAUX 1391CD. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Mine
  2. Bandage
  3. Columns
  4. Saliva
  5. Dissolve
  6. Horizon
  7. Open Cell
  8. Hymn To Moisture
Review: While Seth Horvitz has kept up a steady stream of singles over the last few years, "Hymn To Moisture" is the producer's first solo album as Rrose for nearly four years. It tends towards the alien and unsettling, with the EAUX founder flitting between weirdly metallic-sounding workouts (creepy opener "Mine"), buzzing modular drug-chug ("Bandage"), pulsating percussive techno oddness ("Columns"), ricocheting beat-free electronic soundscapes ("Saliva"), hypnotic throb-jobs ("Dissolve"), surprisingly melodious kosmiche style ambience ("Horizon", drowsy closing cut "Hymn To Moisture") and spaced-out, bass-heavy dub techno (the razor sharp headiness of "Open Cell").
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Iowa Dream
Cat: AU 10172. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Rock
  1. Wonder Boy
  2. I Never Get Lonesome
  3. Everybody Everybody
  4. You Did It Yourself
  5. Come To Life
  6. Iowa Dream
  7. Words Of Love
  8. I Still Love You
  9. You Are My Love
  10. Barefoot In New York
  11. Just Regular People
  12. I Wish I Had A Brother
  13. I Felt
  14. The Dogs Outside Are Barking
  15. Sharper Eyes
  16. Follow You
  17. List Of Boys
  18. I Kissed The Girl From Outer Space
  19. In Love With You For The Last Time
Review: Over the past decade, the visionary musician Arthur Russell has entered something close to the mainstream.
Sampled and referenced by contemporary musicians, his papers now open to visitors at the Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center in New York, and his name synonymous with a certain strain of tenderness, Russell is as widely known as he's ever been. Thanks to Russell's partner Tom Lee and to Steve Knutson of Audika Records, who have forged several records from Russell's vast archive of unreleased material, the world now hears many versions of Arthur Russell. There's the Iowa boy, the disco mystic, the singer-songwriter and composer, and the fierce perfectionist deep in a world of echo. While all of these elements of Russell are individually true, none alone define him.
Now, after ten years of work inside the Russell library, Lee and Knutson bring us Iowa Dream, yet another bright star in Russell's dazzling constellation. Blazing with trademark feeling, these nineteen songs are a staggering collection of Russell's utterly distinct songwriting. And although Russell could be inscrutably single-minded, he was never totally solitary. Collaborating here is a stacked roster of downtown New York musicians, including Ernie Brooks, Rhys Chatham, Henry Flynt, Jon Gibson, Peter Gordon, Steven Hall, Jackson Mac Low, Larry Saltzman, and David Van Tieghem. Musician Peter Broderick makes a contemporary addition to this list: more than forty years after Russell recorded several nearly finished songs, Broderick worked diligently with Audika to complete them, and performed audio restoration and additional mixing.
Several tracks on Iowa Dream Russell originally recorded as demos, in two early examples of his repeated brushes with potential popular success-first in 1974, with Paul Nelson of Mercury Records, and then in 1975, with the legendary John Hammond of Columbia Records. For different reasons, neither session amounted to a record deal. Russell kept working nearly up until his death in 1992 from complications of HIV-AIDS.
At once kaleidoscopic and intimate, Iowa Dream bears some of Russell's most personal work, including several recently discovered folk songs he wrote during his time in Northern California in the early 1970s. For Russell, Iowa was never very far away. "I see, I see it all," sings Russell on the title track: red houses, fields, the town mayor (his father) streaming by as he dream-bicycles through his hometown. Russell's childhood home and family echo, too, through "Just Regular People," "I Wish I Had a Brother," "Wonder Boy," "The Dogs Outside are Barking," "Sharper Eyes," and "I Felt." Meanwhile, songs like "I Kissed the Girl From Outer Space," "I Still Love You," "List of Boys," and "Barefoot in New York" fizz with pop and dance grooves, gesturing at Russell's devotion to New York's avant-garde and disco scenes. Finally, the long-awaited "You Did it Yourself," until now heard only in a brief heart-stopping black-and-white clip in Matt Wolf's documentary Wild Combination, awards us a new take with a driving funk rhythm and Russell's extraordinary voice soaring at the height of its powers. On Iowa Dream, you can hear a country kid meeting the rest of the world-and with this record, the world continues to meet a totally singular artist.
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coming soon $19.21
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The Competition
Cat: RBN 070CD.
 
Indie
  1. Galapagos
  2. Hand Of God
  3. Two Faced Love
  4. Young Republicans
  5. Real Thing
  6. Buster Keaton
  7. I Drive
  8. Simple Life
  9. Empire Sundown
  10. Lucky People
  11. In Your House
Review: The return of Baltimore's Lower Dens - now with half as many members as last time we caught up with them - could have been entitled "The Contrast", although that may be stating the obvious. As anyone familiar with the outfit's combination of heartfelt vocal delivery, dream pop ambience and brutally honest socio-political commentary will understand. It's a unique combination for a band that, on first contact, sound like they should be all about the love songs. Then again, there's an air of jilted love, or at least just jilted, about numbers like "Young Republicans", sliding into waves of powerful synth as Jana Hunter waxes lyrical about the world burning. While many of today's pop bands nod to the 1980s, Lower Dens are particularly convincing given the decade was, for many, defined by the death of America's big dream and a realisation that societal progress could be a 20th Century myth. Uptempo but stark stuff.
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coming soon $11.36
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Good Hope
Review: It would be fair to say that Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain and Chris Potter are not your average jazz trio. For starters, we can't think of many other trios comprised of a double bassist, a tabla player and a saxophonist. It's a musical line-up that guarantees intriguing, intoxicating and exotic music, as "Good Hope" emphatically proves. There's something genuinely alluring about the trio's combination of intricate table rhythms, inventive and off-kilter double bass lines, and sax solos that wind their way around both like a fell runner zig-zagging his or her way up a windswept mountainside. It's jazz, Jim, but not as we know it.
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coming soon $12.71
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Italo Disco
VARIOUS
Cat: 581022.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Mr Flagio - "Take A Chance"
  2. My Mine - "Hypnotic Tango"
  3. Clio - "Faces"
  4. Charlie - "Spacer Woman"
  5. Capricorn - "I Need Love"
  6. Wet - "That’s The Game"
  7. Doctor’s Cat - "Feel The Drive"
  8. Wish Key - "Orient Express"
  9. P Lion - "Happy Children"
  10. Vivien Vee - "Remember"
Review: Italo-Disco, (at times abbreviated as Italo) is a music genre which originated in Italy and was mainly produced from the late 1970s to the late 1980s. The origin strongly tied to marketing efforts of the ZYX record label, which began licensing and marketing the music outside Italy in 1982. The genre faded in the early 1990s.

Italo disco evolved from the then-current dance music (including hi-NRG) and developed into a diverse genre. The genre employs drum machines, synthesizers, occasionally vocoders and usually sung in English.

This compilation contains some of the long lost tracks of the genre restored for the first time on CD. Vivien Vee "Remember" and Capricorn "I Need Love," are early work by Italian pioneer Claudio Simonetti (Goblin). All tracks digitally remastered along with its booklet, the original artwork and the original recording and extended versions.
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