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I Feel Like A Bombed Cathedral
I Feel Like A Bombed Cathedral

TFW you Feel Like A Bombed Cathedral. This dramatically-named outfit belongs to Faust guitarist Amaury Cambuzat. The vibe for debut release I Feel Like A Bombed Cathedral is high-intensity mega-drone, with deeply-treated guitar activity conjuring up fifty-minutes of soundscaping over just two tracks. Released by Dirter.

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Faust

Krautrockers who tended to observe music from a unique angle, Faust first released their wonky self-titled debut in 1970, and it offered up a wide variety of ridiculous sounds between its three sprawling tracks: opener "Why Don't You Eat Carrots" alone feels like a series of vignettes more than a song, mismatching a collection of dissonant sounds, eclectic sampling, virtuosic piano and bizarre jazz percussion. No structures, no masters: 'Faust' is a classic slab of musique concrete, tape splice mayhem and sonic avant-garde genius.

Tony Conrad with Faust
Outside The Dream Syndicate

This collaboration between minimalist composer and violinist Tony Conrad and krautrock collective Faust was first released in 1972 and, if you hadn’t already guessed from the people involved, the main focus of Outside The Dream Syndicate is drones. There’s harsh drones, beautiful drones, minimal drones, rock ‘n roll drones and percussive drones and they don’t really sound like anything else.

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Just Us

Faust are back to scare the living shit out of us and follow up on the most pressing questions of their career -- like "Why don't you eat carrots?" - with a brand new record. The seasoned krautrock crew plotted, designed, built and tore down three new tracks for j U s t (also known as Just Us, in a confusing court ruling worthy of only this band). This will be weird, I should say.

Faust
Fresh Air

Brand new music from the avant-heroes that are Faust. Fresh Air, which was recorded during a US tour with various musicians on board, is really genuinely weird, which is exactly what you want from these old hippies. The LP edition comes with a bundled CD. Plus, if you are quick off the mark, you might be able to order one of the exclusive editions that come with a 7” of bonus material! On Bureau B.

Faust / Ulan Bator
Split


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Slapp Happy (with Faust)
Sort Of

Slapp Happy were formed when Anthony Moore, based in Hamburg at the time, was encouraged to be less experimental. He wrote some, more normal, yet still avant garde, songs and invited his friend, Peter Blegvad to play guitar and girlfriend Dagmar Krause to sing. Faust acted as the backing band and 1972’s Sort Of was the outcome. The album includes Blue Flower which was covered by Mazzy Star on their 1990 debut album She Hangs Brightly.
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Slapp Happy (with Faust)
Acnalbasac Noom

Slapp Happy were formed when Anthony Moore, based in Hamburg at the time, was encouraged to be less experimental. He wrote some, more normal, yet still avant garde, songs and invited his friend, Peter Blegvad to play guitar and girlfriend Dagmar Krause to sing. Acnalbasac Noom, their second album, was slated for release in 1974 but didn’t actually appear until 1980 due to record label wrangles which even led the album to be re-recorded with English session musicians replacing Faust. This is the original version, featuring Faust. The music served as an antidote to the macho rock of the early '70s, occasionally sounding like pre-Ambient Brian Eno jamming with Loaded-era Velvet Underground.
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Faust & Omar Rodriguez Lopez
Live At Clouds Hill


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Silver Monk Time


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Circle, Faust, F/I, Volcano The Bear, Various
Fluorescent Tunnelvision


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