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Aksak Maboul
Un peu l'Ame des bandits

Listen back to the early roots of the Crammed Discs label, with this essential album by Aksak Maboul, the Belgian avant-rock group lead by label-runner Marc Hollander and also featuring such luminaries as Fred Frith and Chris Cutler of Henry Cow! Un peu ‘Ame des bandits is an amazing smorgasbord of a listen, spiralling through ambient, punk, turkish, tango and various avanty genres with breathtaking agility. Reissued, with bonus previously unreleased tracks, by Crammed Discs.
  • Vinyl LP (CRAM002LP)
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Aksak Maboul
Onze Dances pour Combattre la Migraine

Aksak Maboul is keeping busy at the moment (with a great collaboration with Veronique Vincent), so what better time to be reminded of earlier work? Onze Dances pour Combattre la Migraine is a glorious thing from 1977, and even if it doesn’t cure your headache, you will almost certainly dance. Reissue on Crammed Discs.
  • Vinyl LP (CRAM011LP)

Veronique Vincent & Aksak Maboul
16 Visions Of Ex-Futur

Ex-Futur was released in 2014, and so many artist from across the musical plains loved it that much that they have come together with covers in their owns styles. Including Jaakko Eino Kalevi, Marc Collin (Nouvelle Vague), London’s Bullion, delicate electro-pop from Frenchman Flavien Berger, Skweee-ers Easy & C.O.U., Nite Jewel and many others. The latest incarnation of Aksak Maboul also re-record two tracks themselves.
  • Vinyl Double LP (CRAM271LP)
  • CD (CRAM271)
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Veronique Vincent & Aksak Maboul
Burnt Friedman / Marc Collin Re-works

Veronique Vincent and Akasak Maboul did great work with their recent Ex-Futur collaboration album, and that work is now being augmented by the masterful touch of Burnt Friedman and Marc Collin. Both maintain the fresh, left-field groove almost inherent in this music, whilst pushing things into new territory. Tidy 7” on Crammed Discs.