Experimental / Avant-garde / Sound Art / Field

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Cristopher Cichocki
Desert Drone Cycle

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Jon Collin
Water and Rock Music Volume II

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Dome
Dome 2

Editions Mego present a well-earned reissue of the second album by Dome. And what, precisely is Dome? Well, that would be Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis of Wire, spinning off on a (yet) more experimental direction, with focus on utilising the studio itself for maximum effect. Dome 2 is essential listening for Wire fans and for everyone else, especially with this fetching remaster by Russell Haswell.
  • Vinyl LP (DOME2)

The Residents
Eskimo Deconstructed

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Nite Lite
Landcestors

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Marissa Nadler & Stephen Brodsky
Droneflower

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Danielle de Picciotto
Deliverance

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Various
S&S Presents: Dreams

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Soundwalk Collective
Death Must Die

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Tim Parkinson
Pleasure Island

Experimental composer Tim Parkinson loves to play, in every sense of the word, and thus a work titled Pleasure Island is an enticing prospect. This is actually Parkinson’s first work designed to be an album specifically, and it's a beguiling mixture of cheap electronic sound, group vocals, and bouncy drums. It’s a strange album, but in a very fun primary colour way. On Slip.
  • Vinyl LP (SLP053)
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Jon Doe One
Small Numbers

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Kim Byoung Duk / 김병덕
Experiment No. X

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Ragnar Grippe
Sand

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Cupar Grain Silo
Saturday 21 May 2016

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Basil Kirchin
Worlds Within Worlds (Part I and II)

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Toshimaru Nakamura, Dafydd Roberts, Angharad Davies, Rhodri Davies, Andrew Leslie Hooker
Exemption From Meaning

A five-way collaboration with Dafydd Roberts, Angharad Davies, Rhodri Davies and Andrew Leslie Hooker, Japanese artist Toshimaru Nakamura was recorded at the Listen to the Voice of Fire festival of experimental/improvised music in Wales. Exemption From Meaning is inspired by the University of Aberystwyth’s archive of Japanese objects. 

Terry Allen & The Panhandle Mystery Band
Pedal Steal + Four Corners

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Microdeform
Under Observation

Bristolian artist Microdeform drops a hyper-limited run of his new LP Under Observation. The one born Liam McConaghy makes fervid, moody ambient-noise tracks that sometimes stumble onto pastures of great beauty. Imagine a cheerier Prurient … or maybe a less angsty bvdub? There is also some Caretaker-aping tape degredation to entries like ‘Ybycuì’.

Dag Rosenqvist
Blood Transmission

Blood Transmission comes from the incredibly prolific Dag Rosenqvist. The album is a droning terror.  Tracks start out quiet (but always sinister) and end at ear shredding intensity (that is still... incredibly sinister). Music so rarely manages to capture the feeling of dread like this. On Hidden Vibes.
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Josiah Steinbrick
Meeting of Waters

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Pete Um
As You Were

Rather bizarre one-person wonk from Cambridge confounder and Ergo Phizmiz & Friends member Pete Um. Accompanied by electronics that sound at times as if powered by a potato found behind the communal cooker (and at other times unmistakably contemporary in style), Pete’s lovably old-fashioned vocals tackle self-analysis of a surreal - if modest - sort along with other diverse subjects.

Tim Hecker
Anoyo

Here is another chance to Hecker. Anoyo emerges from the same sessions as his previous album Konoyo which means it is in collaboration with members of Tokyo Gakuso. Anoyo, however, is a starker album that is described as barren, desolate and skeletal. Music for solitude, a place which is increasingly required in order to get away from this hustle bustle world. 
  • Vinyl LP (KRANK220LP)
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Dome
Dome 1

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Kukangendai
Palm

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Ernstalbrecht Stiebler
Reworks

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Arthur Russell
Instrumentals

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Arthur Russell
Tower of Meaning

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Fith
Swamp

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Doomsquad
Let Yourself Be Seen

Toronto trio Doomsquad are here with their third album Let Yourself Be Seen, a funky engagement with the world as it is (climate change, Instagram et al). For music made by three siblings, its impressive and great that this album is so sexy, with a fun / funky party pulse backing each track. Dancefloor utopianism on Bella Union.
  • CD (BELLA891CD)
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Efrim Manuel Menuck & Kevin Doria
Are Sing Sinck, Sing

These two seem to be good friends now. The Godspeed person and the Growing lad are now officially a duo having toured together mainly to play the songs off Efrim's recent Pissing Stars opus. Everything went so well on stage that they decided to work together in a more permanent fashion and these are the first fruits. It's a heartwarming tale.   
  • Vinyl LP (CST144LP)

Triple Negative
Precious Waste in our Wake

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Galya Bisengalieva
EP One

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MAAT
The Next

'The Next' is a compilation of works by MAAT - German artist Dörte Marth AKA Xyramat who has been active since the early '80s creating her visionary experimental/electronic music. Spencer Clark has been hugely inspired ber her work, particularly for his creations as Fourth World Magazine and Typhonian Highlife. He's curated a fine selection of tracks as an overview of her largely under the radar output and is presenting them on his Pacific City Sound Visions imprint. MAAT creates a wondrous musical world using a combination of drum machines, percussion and classical influences and shares a sense of mystery and awe with the work of the legendary Limpe Fuchs.
  • Vinyl LP (PCSV 078)
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Lee Ranaldo, Jim Jarmusch, Marc Urselli, Balázs Pándi
s/t

The curiously titled s/t is the brainchild of producer Marc Urselli, who brought together three complete strangers to each other (indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo and sometime Merzbow drummer Balázs Pándi) for a one-off, late-night studio session in New York. CD edition contains two extra tracks from the three-track LP version.
  • CD (TR181CD)

Anthony Burr and Charles Curtis
Chamber Music: Alvin Lucier & Morton Feldman

An interesting combination here of pieces by Alvin Lucier and Morton Feldman, selected and performed by Charles Curtis and Anthony Burr, a very talented pair. Chamber Music features three fairly early Feldman pieces and three of Lucier’s pure-tone wonder-vignettes. Perhaps their placement next to one another will illuminate certain aspects of each composer. Excellent performances on Important Records.
  • CD (IMPREC468)

Alvin Lucier
Orpheus Variations

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Tony Buck & Massimo Pupillo
Time Being

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Laura Cannell
The Sky Untuned

Violins with alternative tunings? What ever next? The Sky Untuned by Laura Cannell uses violins alternative tunings and two recorders to make her minimalist fifth album. It was recorded live in a church in Norfolk. If you like Colin Stetson, Sarah Davachi, Sarah Neufield or Richard Dawson, among others, you should check this out. CD on Brawl Records.
  • CD (BRAWL014)

Adam Coney
Pavilion

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Nodding God
Play Wooden Child

Nodding God is a musical project seemingly designed with those who love fantasy mythology in mind. Formed in reality musicians Andrew Liles and David Tibet, along with a shadowy mystery figure known as ‘Underage Shaitan Boy’, the band claim to be 666 years old and sing in an ancient, guttural Mesopotamian tongue on first album Play Wooden Child. Very, very strange, but very, very compelling... 
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Kenneth Kirschner
Twenty Ten

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Solo Andata
In The Lens

Solo Andata (the Aussie duo of Kane Ikin and Paul Fiocco) assembled this one, their third for 12k, by mixing newer recordings with a whole host of old materials recovered from hard drives, email threads and the like. They got thirteen discrete pieces out of this process, so there’s a lot to digest. Acoustic instruments, acoustics and electronics go in; various pleasant atmospheres come out.

Kenneth Kirschner
Compressions & Rarefactions

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Taylor Deupree & Marcus Fischer
Twine

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Amplifier Machine
Her Mouth Is An Outlaw

Amplifier Machine’s indie rock tendencies seem to have completely disappeared on their latest album, Her Mouth Is An Outlaw. The three-piece of James Dixon, Seth Rees and Alex Jarvis, all solo artists in their own right, have made and album of atmospheric post-rock, seemingly at odds with their back catalogue. It seems they’ve done a pretty good job of it, though.
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Seaworthy + Matt Rosner
Two Lakes


Biosphere
The Senja Recordings

Senja lies close to Tromsø, the beloved Arctic Norwegian town and home of Geir “Biosphere” Jenssen. His new album The Senja Recordings comprises both outdoor recordings and studio improvisations created on the titular island. Obviously essential Arctic ambient listening, it’ll Senja into a daze, Senja to a happy state or Senja to sleep.
  • Vinyl Double LP (BIO31LP)
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Reiko Kudo
Rice Field Silently Riping In The Night

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Peter Brötzmann Octet
Machine Gun Alternate Takes

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Jerusalem In My Heart
Daqa’iq Tudaiq

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Feverdreamt
Melantant

German imprint Blackjack Illuminist Records (No Age, Leonard Las Vegas) drop the sophomore LP from Alexander Leonard Donat’s Feverdreamt project. Melantant is a record of portentous, Gothic art-pop that features programmed drum beats going to war with claustrophobic synths and Donat’s quavering wail. There’s clearly a lot of Scott Walker in Feverdreamt’s DNA.

Bruce Russell & Luke Wood
Visceral Realists

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Andrew Liles
Monstrous Medical Mishaps (Horrendous Hospitals and Disastrous Dentistry)

The ever busy, ever mystic Andrew Liles (of Nurse With Wound and Current 93) is dabbling into Matmos territory with the latest installment of his Monster series, which has a medical theme. Monstrous Medical Mishaps (Horrendous Hospitals and Disastrous Dentistry) uses manipulated samples of medical equipment for rhythm tracks, then laying all sorts of sounds on top. Edition of 300 LPs on Blackest Rainbow.
  • Vinyl LP (BRR668)
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Michael Begg
Vanitas

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Ana da Silva & Phew
Island

Tantalising collaboration between Phew, a Japanese electronic musician, and Ana da Silva, a founder member of The Raincoats. Island is a long-distance file-sharing collaboration with much to say and feel about distance and difference. Abstracted tone-drones and quasi-rhythmic clicks merge with treated spoken-word in both Japanese and Portuguese, with intensive and intriguing results. Released by Shouting Out Loud!
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  • Vinyl Double LP (SOL1LP)

Jim Sauter & Kid Millions
Safe & Sane

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Blabbermouth
Hörspiel

Blabbermouth is the fun new project from Lu Edmonds (of The Damned and PiL) and Mark Roberts (of D-Ream and The Godfathers). On Hörspiel the pair provide a soundtrack varying from industrial to ambient while a synthetic speech robot reads texts found on the internet in different languages. Artificial-intelligence-anxiety-core.
  • CD (DPROMCD145)
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Loren Connors & Daniel Carter
The Departing of a Dream, Vol. VII

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MALK
WMAIDIT

We all know that MALK is the guy who, in the future, you'll wish you'd got on board with. We gave his 2018 LP Death From A Love our Album of the Year and deservedly so. Music spouts out of him at a rate of knots it's hard to keep up with so it's pleasing to see some of it come out on this Lost Tribe Sound cassette. The disorientating chaos of Death From A Love is still there but this is more like early Beck and Sentridoh experiments in acoustic rattling yet with plenty of sonic scree placed on top.   

Letha Rodman Melchior
Mare Australe

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Various
Soundwalk Series - Footfalls

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Martin Bartlett
Ankle On: Electronic & Orchestral Works

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WANDA GROUP
Central Heating


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Reinhold Friedl
Music For Piano…Spring / Flower / Cracker / Stream

Reinhold Freidl is the main man of Zeitkratzer, but he is just as effective as a solo operator as he is at the helm of that great avant-group. Music For Piano… Spring / Flower / Cracker / Stream is an all-acoustic grand piano record, with Friedl going deep inside the guts of the piano, wringing out all kinds of unearthly sounds. Released by Holotype Editions.
  • Vinyl LP (HOLO8)
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UnicaZürn
Sensudestricto

UnicaZürn, aka Stephen Thrower (of Coil and Cyclobe) and David Knight (a key Lydia Lunch collaborator), present another suite of deep textures on Touch. Sensudestricto might very well appeal to lovers of Jim O’Rourke’s recent Steamroom work, or indeed any fan of rich, electronic-led and saxophone featuring ambience.
  • Vinyl LP (TO113)
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Various
THESIS SET 04

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Tabata
The Long Afternoon of Tabata

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Kukangendai × Ryuichi Sakamoto
Zureru

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Michel Banabila
Uprooted

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Wojciech Rusin
The Funnel

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Massimo Farjon Pupillo
Massimo Farjon Pupillo

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Tamayugé
Baba Yaga

Baba Yaga is generally one of the most unsettling albums I've heard in yonks. Tamayugé, a collaboration between Maya Kuroki and Tamara Filyavich, draws on their Japanese and Ukrainian heritages to create real domestic horror. Filyavich plinks and plonks using electronics while Kuroki sings like a possessed doll. 
  • Vinyl LP (AKULP1013)

Maurice Louca
Elephantine

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Daniel O'Sullivan
Folly

Daniel O’Sullivan, often spotted in Grumbling Fur but also recently as part of This Is Not This Heat, presents his second solo album of songs. The songwriting is at the core of Folly, though there is still plenty of textural intrigue in here, don’t worry about that O’Sullivan fans. Birth and death, family and love are all here in this highly personal and accomplished record.
  • Vinyl LP (OGEN84)
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Elodie
Vieux Silence

An epic soundscape that allows you to submerge into the mindset of Eldoie (the duo of Andrew Chalk and Timo van Luijk) and experience the imagination that is so cleverly captured by this record. Vieux Silence, on Ideologic Organ, is available on Vinyl LP (+ a download code) that has been mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering, and also on CD.
  • CD (SOMA027CD)

Phill Niblock
Music For Cello

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Zachary Paul
A Meditation on Discord

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Ken Vandermark & Terrie Ex
Scaffolding

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Fixity
No Man Can Tell

Sophomore LP from Dan Walsh’s Fixity project here. As it was on previous Fixity offerings like The Things In The Room, No Man Can Tell finds Walsh teaming up with a number of session jazzers for a set of highly original jazz-adjacent improvisations. Doom-jazz, free music, stoner metal and the large-ensemble spiritual experiments of artists like Horace Tapscott are all at work here. It makes No Man Can Tell an unusual and intriguing listen.

Fixity
The Things In The Room

Dan Walsh was busy in 2016. One of the four records released by the Irish musician under his Fixity name was The Things In The Room, an LP tracked in Sweden with three other musicians. These improvisations are highly potent doom/free-jazz numbers that touch on everything from Melt Yourself Down to Free Nelson Mandoomjazz. Released through Penske Recordings.

Ly Tumnus
Tales of Space & Claustrophobia

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Joe Snape
Joyrobix

Joe Snape returns to Slip (Mica Levi & Oliver Coates, Otto Willberg) with a set of avant-songs. Joyrobix is an LP in the vein of fellow Slip artist Chaines, one that almost completely jettisons all regular songwriting techniques for a voyage into wordless, screwed-up electronics. Think Scott Walker (RIP) if he’d ever had a going-over from A. G. Cook.
  • Vinyl LP (SLP047LP)
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Rhodri Davies / David Sylvian / Mark Wastell
There Is No Love

Rhodri Davies and Mark Wastell performed this piece at Cafe Oto in 2016 playing along to a recording of Sylvian reading out the lyrics. The recorded version is just as disconnecting, with the latter's beautifully ageing voice combining with the former's harps and vibraphone and Wastell's...well...everything. 
  • CD (CORE01)

Michael Morley
Heavens Idleness Awaits

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Marja Ahti
Vegetal Negatives

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Visible Cloaks with Yoshio Ojima and Satsuki Shibano
FRKWYS Vol. 15: serenitatem

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Senyawa
Sujud

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Marcus Fischer & Simon Scott
Shape Memory

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Taylor Deupree
Somi

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Territorial Gobbing
Gubbins

Leeds’ premier soundmonger returns with another record. Territorial Gobbing is a one-man noise machine who cranks out full-lengths at ferocious rate. Latest effort Gubbins finds TG incorporating drone and concrete influences into his screechscapes. Tracks are called things like ‘Body Sandwich’ and ‘Eat Your Manager’. A weird, funny and unique listen. Gubbins is out via Cruel Nature (Workin’ Man Noise Unit, Bodies On Everest),

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