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Keiji Haino
Watashi Dake?

Approximately a thousand albums (and thirty-seven years) ago, Keiji Haino released his debut album, Watashi Dake?. Turns out Haino started as he meant to go on: the album is full of his ferocious vocals and guitar, and makes for a very intense listen. It has become extremely hard to find, especially outside of Japan, so god bless this vinyl reissue, replete with metallic jacket artwork. Remastered reissue on Black Editions.
  • Vinyl LP (BE-000)
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  • Last copy

Nazoranai
The Most Painful Time Happens Only Once Has It Arrived Already..?

Haino Keiji's post Fushitsusha power trio Nazoranai features a rare pedigree with Sunn O)))'s Stephen O'Malley providing gravity on bass and Oren Ambarchi providing rhythmic propulsion behind the kit. Meanwhile, Haino-san is a law unto himself, unleashing a wall of hallucinatory, otherworldy guitar scree. This document of their live performance at Birmingham in the midst of a 2013 tour was mastered by Rashad Becker in Berlin for optimal clarity and heft and shows how much the trio have developed, harnessing an explosive intensity that rivals anything in Haino's legendary back catalogue.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SOMA018)

Nazoranai
Beginning To Fall In Line Before Me, So Decorously, The Nature Of All That Must Be Transformed

Third long player from the power trio / avant-rock supergroup comprising of Keiji Haino (Fushitsusha), Oren Ambarchi and Stephen O'Malley (Sunn O))). This recording captures these titans in all their electrifying, shredding and meditative glory at at SuperDeluxe in Tokyo. Released on U.S imprint Superior Viaduct's sister label W.25TH, complete with a download card and glorious artwork by Lars Teichmann.
  • Vinyl LP (W25-02)

Keiji Haino
天乃川 1973 Live - Milky Way

Dive into the deep history of Keiji Haino: this 1973 recording predates Fushitsusha and his ‘proper’ solo material. 1973 Live - Milky Way is unusually guitar-free, but Haino uses a swirl of other instruments and approaches to whip up a heavy psychedelic storm that is recognisably his own. The 1993 CD edition is extremely rare, so this vinyl reissue on Oren Ambarchi’s Black Truffle imprint is very welcome indeed.