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Sir Richard Bishop
Road To Siam

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Eyvind Kang / Tashi Dorji
Mother Of All Saints

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Francois Tusques With Barney Wilen
Le Nouveau Jazz

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Alesia Cosmos
Exclusivo!

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Alan Bishop & Sam Shalabi
Mother Of All Sinners

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Ralph Towner
Solstice

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Loke Rahbek & Frederik Valentin
Buy Corals Online

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Lost Harbours
Towers of Silence

Hauntingly beautiful folk from the ever shifting line-up that makes Lost Harbours. Led by Richard Thompson and Emma Reed, they bring in some extra vocalists, and paint a drone inspired picture of alt-folk. With influences coming from Current 93, Six Organs Of Admittance, Coil and Wolf Eyes. LP on Liminal Noise Tapes.

John Zorn
Spy vs Spy

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Aaron Dilloway
Switches

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Art Zoyd
44 1/2: Live & Unreleased Works

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Sonic Youth Su Tim Barnes
Koncertas Stan Brakhage Prisiminimui

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Charlie Ulyatt
Shifting

Charlie Ulyatt is a Nottingham-based guitarist, in abstract but expressive form here. The first track is made up of a rainfall-like babble of choked, high notes, which turns out to be a recurring motif throughout the tape. Elsewhere we get e-bow drones, intensive and involved string-scraping, eerie vocal-like tones, and violently improper slide use. A nice bag of tricks, well-paced with a good sense of space and drama.

Thor & Friends
Thor & Friends

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Harry Bertoia
Sonambients: The Sound Sculpture Of Harry Bertoia

The otherworldly recordings Harry Bertoia made on his self-designed sound sculptures had become largely unavailable over the years, a situation somewhat rectified by Important Records’ recent Sonambient boxset. This new CD/DVD combo makes a more affordable introduction to Bertoia’s work, while being absolutely essential for anyone already hooked. The DVD contains a 1971 documentary showing the artist performing on his sculptures in his Pennsylvania barn. The accompanying audio disc features newly uncovered 1969 recordings on which Harry is joined by brother Oreste and sister Ave. If you’re a fan of drone, sound art, ambient or electronic music, this is not to be missed.

Loren Connors
Hell! Hell! Hell! Hell! Hell!

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The The
Radio Cineola: Trilogy

The The are back baby, with live shows and a new release. But this isn’t just any old middling comeback album: this is a full triple-album box-set! Radio Cineola: Trilogy contains multitudes, from various artists’ interpretations of old The The songs to a narration of epic poetry by John Tottenham, extracts of Matt Johnson’s radio shows, and the electronic score to the new The The documentary. Wow. Available in a variety of elaborate CD and vinyl and book box-sets.
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Aidan Baker / Simon Goff / Thor Harris
Noplace

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CM Von Hausswolff
Still Life - Requiem

For this record, Swedish experimentalist CM Von Hausswolff used one sound source and one sound source only: processed emission spectroscopy from “specific physical solid state material”. Still Life - Requiem spins and whirls these sounds out into a melancholy slab of abstraction, tapping into the energy of the world around. On Touch.

Else Marie Pade
Electronic Works 1958 – 1995

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F.S. Blumm
Welcome

F.M. Blumm’s many years of music-making, both acoustic and electronic, solo and in collaboration (with David Grubbs, Nils Frahm etc.), has led him to the point of Welcome, this eclectic-sounding album of songwriting. These productions sound grand, but on an intimate scale, if that makes any sense (it doesn’t, but hey). Released by Karaoke Kalk.

Free Jazz Workshop
Inter Fréquences

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Alvarius B
Alvarius B vs Abdel Baqy Byro in Cairo

Alvarius B, aka the great Sun City Girl himself Alan Bishop, presents this jumbled-up collaboration with Abdel Baqy Byro (unless this person is simply an invention of Bishop, you never can tell). The city of Cairo is dripping from every pore of this record, via both field recorded snatches of city life and playful guitar sketches. Very flavoursome LP on Nashazphone.

Stelzer/Murray
Connector

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Roberto Cacciapaglia
Sei Note in Logica

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John Zorn / Eugene Chadbourne
1977-1981

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Murcof & Philippe Petit
First Chapter

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People Like Us / Porest
Optimized!

New from avant garde imprint Discrepant comes an LP in the 'two artists, a track each per side' split format, both exploring found sound collage like nobody else. Both pieces focus on the medium of radio as a means to source and disseminate sound, exposing its unpredictable and strangely dislocating nature.

Roland Kayn
A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound

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Franco Battiato
Pollution

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Kate Carr
The Story Surrounds Us

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Rafael Toral
Moon Field

Highly skilled and storied Portugese sound artist Rafael Toral makes a welcome appearance on Lawrence English’s Room40 label. The sound field Toral employs on this latest album is stark and clinical, but the tones vibrating within are etched deep with studious character, whether it’s a measured guitar drone or a clipped sax ramble.

Kim Gordon / DJ Olive / Ikue Mori
Perspectives Musicales

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The Residents
Please Do Not Steal It

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Philip Glass
Low Symphony

Philip Glass took three recordings from the sessions of 'Low' -- David Bowie's most famous collaboration with Brian Eno, and his first foray into kraut influenced rock (the first in his Berlin trilogy) -- and turned them into this symphony. The tracks in question are all instrumentals: "Warszawa", "Subterraneans" and "Some Are". It was performed by the Brooklyn Philharmonic orchestra.

Richard Horowitz
Eros In Arabia

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Roberto Mazza
Scoprire Le Orme

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X-TG
Desertshore / The Final Report

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Franco Battiato
Fetus

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Franco Battiato
Sulle Corde Di Aries

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Mia Zabelka
Cellular Resonance

Mia Zabelka brings intensive and experimental approaches to the archetypally classical sound object of the violin, using both physical and digital extended techniques (prepared objects in the strings, howling, an array of live electronics) to hone her own instrumental language. On Cellular Resonance, she even has processing assistance from Lydia Lunch(!), making this a particularly noisy release of hers. Out on Little Crackd Rabbit.

Isnaj Dui
Poiesis

Isnaj Dui, aka experimental musician Katie English, presents her new full-length Poiesis. True to form, she continues to blend sparse motifs created from all sorts of electronic and acoustic sources. Her trademark Orientalist flute is present, if less so than previously. Slow and artful, English covers a spectrum from playful to quite sinister and tense. Poiesis comes in a hand-stamped sleeve, as with all Rural Colours releases.
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raven
the night is dark, the night is silent, the night is bright, the night is loud

New album from Peter Hollo’s (Fourplay, Tangents) solo project Raven. At it’s heart, is his cello, creating loops, drones and ambiences. Backed up with electronics, sampling and piano Hollo doesn’t so much force two worlds together but molds them to fit seamlessly. Neo classical meets breakbeats, noise and glitches. Think Squarepusher meets Arthur Russell.

Henning Christiansen
​OP.192​ ​UMWÄLZUNG

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Annea Lockwood
Tiger Balm / Amazonia Dreaming / Immersion

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Ian William Craig
Durbē

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Aine O'Dwyer
Gallarais

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Pierre Bastien
The Mecanoncentric Worlds of Pierre Bastien

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Muslimgauze
Iranair Inflight Magazine

Muslimgauze was the experimental electronic music project of Bryn Jones. Iranair Inflight Magazine is his....wait for it...83rd album and was originally released in 2003. Jones died in 1999, but due to the sheer volume of music he recorded and sent to labels, this posthumous release date still brought forth new music. 

Muslimgauze
Return of Black September

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Muslimgauze
Sycophant Of Purdah

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Muslimgauze
Minaret Speaker

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Muslimgauze
Sulaymaniyah

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Muslimgauze
Jerusalaam

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Hogni
Two Trains

Hogni already makes music as GusGus and Hjaltalin, but that just wasn’t enough for him, so here he is with a new outlet. As Hogni, he’s doing something different, crooning in a futuristic R&B style over busy instrumentals that mix classical music and electronic experimentation. Two Trains is very cinematic stuff.
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Bruce Russell
Metallic OK

Bruce Russell is one third of the fabulous New Zealand abject noise / unrock band The Dead C, which means anything he does is automatically worth investigating. Metallic OK is a juicy double-size portion of Russell’s solo business, incorporating good old feedback guitar squall but also detailed musique concrete adventures. Double CD on Glass Records Redux.

Rambutan
Crawling in the Margins

Eric Hardiman, owner of the Tape Drift label, has been making his soundscapes under the moniker Rambutan since 2007. Hiding out in an underground shelter somewhere in Albany, New York, Hardiman uses anything that takes his fancy to make recordings that constantly keep the listener guessing. Crawling In The Margins is released on Sonic Oyster and limited to 50 copies.
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Penny Rimbaud
What Passing Bells

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Mumbles
Hinterpest: a story of wildflowers, buttonweeds and cattle skulls

A curious creation from Sweden’s Mumbles here. Hinterpest: a story of wildflowers, buttonweeds and cattle skulls is a little story, telling a year in the life of some 1800s settlers. It is partly scripted, partly performed on instruments like violins, and feels like a wonderful experimental radio play, especially when handmade sound effects are deployed. Limited edition cassette on Leafdog.
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Various (Seefeel, Scorn, Timothy Leary, Yanomami)
Ancient Lights And The Black Core

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Boduf Songs / Jessica Bailiff
Split

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Claire M Singer
Fairge

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WK569
Omaggio a Marino Zuccheri

Founded ten years ago by Federico Troncatti, Ezio Martinazzi and Pier Enrico Villa, WK569 was established as a kind of real-time experiment in sonic architecture and alternative methods of music construction. This single-sided 12” record Omaggio a Marino Zuccheri is a tribute to pioneering sound engineer Marino Zuccheri. 

Lino Capra Vaccina
Antico Adagio

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John Duncan
Klaar

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Various
Lessons

To mark and celebrate 10 years of the Front & Follow label, they present their 50th release as this compilation of a broad selection of artists they have worked with, 25 tracks exercising their eclectic nature. Includes tracks from Leyland Kirby, Pye Corner Audio, The Doomed Bird Of Providence, Ekoplekz and many more.

SAICOBAB
SAB SE PURANI BAB

Traditional Indian modes hybridise with exuberant contemporary experimentation for this luxurious foil-jacketed double vinyl from Japan four-piece SAICOBAB, courtesy of Thrill Jockey. Here, the band’s debut Sab Se Purani Bab comprises highly unusual, highly groovy combinations of sitar, double bass, various percussion and gamelan and the voice of Boredoms / OOIOO member YoshimiO. Sounding like little else on Earth, these are intercultural encounters of a rather nutty kind.

Million Brazilians
Red Rose and Obsidian

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Pauline Oliveros and Ione
Water Above Sky Below Now

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Pierre Bastien
Blue As An Orange

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Yasuo Sugibayashi
The Mask Of The Imperial Family

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Charlemagne Palestine
Strumming Music

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Ross Manning
Reflex In Waves

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Bark Psychosis
Hex

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drøne
Mappa Mundi

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EP/64
XI-IX-MMXVI

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The Mask Of The Imperial Family
The Mask Of The Imperial Family

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Kink Gong
Tibetan Buddhism Trip

So field recorder Laurent Jeanneau decided it was a good idea to release his recordings of ethnic minorities and their music under the name Kink Gong. He was wrong of course but either way we have a beguiling recording from Tibet and Yunnan in China which has been recomposed by Jeanneau in Berlin to form Tibetan Buddhism Trip.

The Residents
80 Aching Orphans - 45 Years Of The Residents

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Kawaguchi Masami / Toshimitsu Akiko
Enka Mood Collection volume 4

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David Grubbs
Creep Mission

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Yasunao Tone
AI Deviation #1, #2

Exciting and unusual times here: Yasunao Tone, the veteran experimentalist who straddles both Fluxus and Mego, has developed a neural artificial intelligent network and let it loose on some recordings of his MP3 Deviations pieces. The network ‘learned’ how those digital noise slabs worked, and then tried to imitate them itself. These two live AI Deviation pieces are the alien results. Out on Editions Mego.

Kassel Jaeger
Aster

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Nino Nardini
Musique Pour Le Future

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Áine O'Dwyer
Locusts

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Jon Collin
The Nature

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Oren Ambarchi
Stacte Karaoke II

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Jarboe
Indemnity

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Object Collection
It's All True

Object Collection are a New York ensemble who bring experimental operatic approaches to the live archives of Fugazi. They’ve used everything from those live recordings apart from the songs themselves, resulting in some really remarkable and strange material. It’s All True is a brilliant example of how to interpret a band’s legacy in a fresh creative way. CD and LP editions.

Various
The Folklore of Plants Vol.I

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People Like Us
Early Radio Works Vol 1

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James Blood Ulmer & The Thing
Baby Talk

Live recording of the meeting of two giants of free jazz. Guitarist James Blood Ulmer who played with Ornette Coleman, John Zorn, and Pharoah Sanders james with Scandinavian free jazz trio The Thing, who have collaborated with Thurston Moore, Jim O’Rourke, Otomo Yoshihide, and Joe McPhee. Want your mind melted? Here ya go.

Talibam!
Endgame Of The Anthropocene

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