Mitsuko & Svetlana Records Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Yuji Ohno
Golden Dog (Original Soundtrack)

Golden Dog (Original Soundtrack) by Yuji Ohno was originally released in 1979. Ohno is best known for his soundtracks to Anime such as Lupin III and Captain Future. So if you’re fans of those particular soundtracks and a dog lover, you may well want to get on board with this jazz funk classic.

Masahiko Satoh
Kayobi No Onna

Re-issued on vinyl for the first time in fifty years, Mitsuko & Svetlana Records brings us Masahiko Satoh’s soundtrack to Kayobi No Onna, an obscure suspense drama that aired for nine episodes between 1969 and 1970. Satoh’s score is filled with jazz improvisations, beautifully rendered mood pieces and flair in spades. 

Bells Of Kyoto
Bells Of Kyoto

The Mitsuko & Svetlana label exhumes an incredible jazz-funk fusion record from the Eighties. Originally released 35 years ago, and coming out again on vinyl for the first time since then, the German/Australian/British ensemble Bells of Kyoto gave an example of technically skilled but unfussily executed cool on their self-titled effort. 

Piero Milesi
The Nuclear Observatory Of Mr. Nanof

The exhumation of the archives of Italian soundtrack master Piero Milesi uncovers The Nuclear Observatory Of Mr. Nanof, a collection of field recordings and pieces made for various films. Done with melodic but glacial and meditative synthesisers and a small chamber ensemble, the compilation is available on vinyl for the first time in 33 years. 


Originally released on Tokyo’s Plop Records (now known as Nature Bliss) in 2003, Re.sort by Sora (Takeshi Kurosawa) is cherished by those who noticed it at the time. In case you didn’t, here it is again in multiple formats courtesy of WRWTFWW. The album’s a blissful bunch of warm, glitchy sample collages from jazz and bossa nova, resulting in a summery leftfield ambiance.