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Arthur Russell
Instrumentals

Hot on the heels of the reissue of his orchestral opus Tower Of Meaning, here is a vinyl release for Arthur Russell’s Instrumentals, a suite of contemporary music imbued with Russell’s gorgeous ear for melody. Involved parties include Julius Eastman and Rhys Chatham. This double LP includes all the Instrumentals and two more pieces besides. On Audika, with a bonus booklet.

Arthur Russell
Tower of Meaning

An incredible treat right here for Arthur Russell fans! Everyone knows the man was eclectic, flitting from disco to avant-disco to synth-pop to echo-ballads… But few are familiar with Tower Of Meaning, Russell’s composition for orchestra. It is a beautiful, minimal work, originally released in a very slender edition. But now we have it remastered and reissued by Audika! Enjoy.

Arthur Russell
Corn

Corn is the first music from Arthur Russell’s diverse catalogue to be released in seven years. The album is made up from nine tracks that were recorded between 1982 and 1983. The direction Russell had taken at this time won’t surprise too many fans as songs from these sessions have appeared on 2004’s Calling Out Of Context. Fans will also be desperate to get their hands on this for the closing track, Ocean Movie, touted as one of Russell’s most beautiful pieces.

Arthur Russell
World Of Echo

Here is a double vinyl remastered edition of Arthur Russell's masterwork 'World of Echo' which lest you've bought it before, now comes with revised artwork. This deeply meditative album contains the original album plus drum-less versions of some of his disco classics and four previously unreleased tracks. A must. 

Dirty Songs
Dirty Songs Play Dirty Songs

It’s Dirty Songs with Dirty Songs Play Dirty Songs. I think it’s got songs in it. They be dirty songs. Actually, I know there are songs on this one and yes, dirty they be. A collaboration between artist Maxime Rossi and David Toop, Dirty Songs brings together some of the more mysterious outliers of the the 20th century: Sun Ra, Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd and The Soft Machine.