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Two: Live At Sydney Opera House (CD + MP3 download code)
Cat: N 0461. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Inosc
  2. Propho
  3. Trioon II
  4. Scape I
  5. Berlin
  6. Scape II
  7. Morning
  8. Iano
  9. Emspac
  10. Kizuna
  11. Gitrac
  12. Monomom
  13. Panois
  14. Naono
  15. The Revenant Theme
Review: Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto's collaborative partnership reaches back to the turn of the century, when Noto was touring Japan and invited to rework some of Sakamoto's material. Since then, they've delivered a modest but important body of work via Raster-Noton and produced the soundtrack to major Hollywood film "The Revenant". In the wake of last year's "Glass" released on Noto's Noton label, this live album captures the duo in full flight at Sydney Opera House. Noto's immaculately sculpted tones and textures carve out space around Sakamoto's trademark delicate, lingering notes, resulting in an absorbing listening experience as emotionally engaging as it is technically astounding.
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The Lost (limited CD)
Cat: SP 026CD LIMITED. Rel: 28 Nov 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. The Lost
  2. Vates
  3. Slin
  4. Anona
  5. Ilo
  6. Greiner
  7. Wait
  8. Enter
  9. Tingel
  10. Second Call
  11. Tula
  12. Neon Dawn
  13. Enola
  14. Fox
  15. Before I Leave
Review: Although fusing modern classical and ambient music has become popular in recent times, Otto A Totland is no bandwagon-jumping newcomer. As part of Deaf Center, the Norwegian pianist and producer made telling contributions to the style's development as far back as 2004. His debut solo album, 2014's Pino, is also widely regarded as something of an unassuming, modern-day classic. This belated follow-up is every bit as beguiling as its predecessor, with Totland unfurling simple, stripped-back tracks built around his deft and sympathetic piano improvisations and hazy field recordings. It's similar in tone to some of Nils Frahm's work, though it feels a lot more melancholic, distant and atmospheric; all traits that guarantee and emotional listening experience.
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  1. Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions
  2. Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions
  3. Temporary Bliss State
  4. Stage 4 Post Awareness Confusions
  5. Stage 5 Advanced Plaque Entanglements
  6. Stage 5 Advanced Plaque Entanglements
  7. Stage 5 Synpase Retrogenesis
  8. Stage 5 Sudden Time Regression Into Isolation
  9. Stage 6 Confusion So Thick You Forget Forgetting
  10. Stage 6 A Brutal Bliss Beyond This Empty Defeat
  11. Stage 6 Long Decline Is Over
  12. Stage 6 Place In The World Fades Away
Review: Jim Kirby AKA The Caretaker has been serving up volumes of the decidedly experimental "Everywhere At The End Of Time" series since 2016. This four-disc set gathers together albums four, five and six, each of which was inspired by a different aspect of dementia. So while "Stage 4" offers up a quartet of music concrete style sample collages and crackle-laden 1920s period pieces, "Stage 5" is dark, noisy, intense and droning - a kind of confused, cloudy aural soundscape that defies easy categorization. "Stage 6", the final album is the series, is largely quiet and contemplative, featuring lengthy, crackle-laden ambient movements that arguably count among the artist's most impactful pieces to date.
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Cat: NUM 79CD. Rel: 19 Jan 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Hare Jaya Jaya Rama I
  2. Is This Clear? I
  3. Interlude
  4. Om Namah Shivaya
  5. Today Is This Magic Quality
  6. Great Bells In The Morning
  7. Interlude II
  8. Hare Jaya Jaya Rama II
  9. All Of A Sudden
  10. Om Tryumbacom
  11. I Can Only Bliss Out (F'days)
  12. We Shall Be Lifted
  13. Allah
  14. Cosmic Joe
  15. Laws Of Manifestation
  16. Who's In Love?
  17. Is This Clear? II
  18. Is This Clear? III
Review: Since the release of Laraaji's fine career retrospective, Celestial Music 1978-2011, in 2013, there's been renewed interest in the work of the autoharp-playing ambient spirtualist. It's perhaps surprising, then, that it has taken this long for someone to reissue his Vision Songs Volume 1, the former Brian Eno collaborator's first self-released cassette album. In many ways, it's atypical of his work, featuring as it does "devotional and inspirational songs", rather than new age instrumentals. It was recorded in 1984 and sees the one-time actor combining lo-fi Casio synthesizer chords and melodies with his own soulful, life-affirming lyrics and copious amounts of tape delay. It remains a fine work, with the constant warmth of original tape his offering a reminder of the set's decidedly lo-fi roots.
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Kondole/Dead Cat (2xCD + DVD)
Cat: CSR 246CD. Rel: 13 Feb 18
Soundtracks
  1. Dead Cat (long version)
  2. Thee Whale
  3. Thee Shadow Creatures
  4. Dead Cat (short version)
  5. Dead Cat (DVD)
Review: In 1988 and '89, legendary industrial eccentrics and LSD enthusiasts Psychic TV contributed soundtracks to two very different films: a 23-minute "short" called Kondole, and Dead Cat, a very strange, 48-minute "head movie" that featured Derek Jarman and Genesis P Orridge in starring roles. The latter is included here on DVD for the very first time (the original film reels were only rediscovered recently), alongside the full dystopian, industrial ambient soundtrack (CD1). For Psychic TV fans, this is a big deal; the doom-laden paranoid and acid-fired weirdness of the full-length version has never before seen the light of day, only the edited version of "Dead Cat" contained on 1993's Kondole - Ov Dolphins & Wales CD. It's that set, with its bonus "part three" wig-out (here titled Thee Shadow Creatures) which is presented in re-mastered form on disc two.
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Cat: R 50. Rel: 08 Oct 18
 
Ambient/Drone
  1. Portraits Of Friars
  2. Pistons
  3. Victorian Wind
  4. Passing Ship
Review: Saccharine Scores is an album/art book documenting Sean McCann's recent chamber compositions. Ranging from the 10-person ensemble performance of "Portraits of Friars" at Fylkingen, Stockholm in February 2018, to his first quartet piece "Victorian Wind", performed in Toronto in 2014. McCann's scores leak pastoral and bizarre passages, dancing in the banal beauty of sound poetry. The performances feature guest musicians Sarah Davachi, Zachary Paul, Geneva Skeen, Celia Eydeland, Maxwell August Croy, and more.

The book holds in-depth scores, program notes, and photography by McCann, a lovely complement to finger through while you lay down to listen to the disc. The notes for "Pistons" follow here: "I assembled this piece while wanting to make my life of leisure and gluttony in London somehow artistic. I was in London for a week or ten days in October 2017 for a business trip. I love London. I love doing two things at a time or more. So it worked out. I find I have a hard time enjoying anything unless I am multitasking. For example, right now as I type this description I am also drinking old coffee with ice-cubes in it, exporting a master from Pro-Tools downstairs, and watching Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) on the television set. So in this British multitasking, I decided to work on a piece of music while indulging in food and drink roaming around London. I was also reading Baudelaire's Les Fleurs Du Mal (1857) during these outings (talk about sentimental). Some elements of those poems crept their way, drawn out of order, into Celia's singing text. As with all my compositions to this point, they are left open to interpretation: no real meaning, just flickers of settings and emotions. The taste of everything below (the score) spawned thoughts of colors and elements and people and emotions, though with the text I decided to keep it simply about the food and the beverages. The romantic music and singing is the rendering of the emotions I felt, while my banal reading was the actual act of consumption. I recorded the text while lying down in my childhood bedroom in Goleta, California, half asleep just trying to get it over with. It was a fitting situation for the piece: forced beauty."

Edition of 200, signed and numbered with 132-page 6" x 9" book.
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