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Laraaji
Bring On The Sun

Expert of music, radiance and laughter, Laraaji has enjoyed a deserved resurgence recently as we trace back his development of ambient and new age far beyond the mere fruits of his famous collaboration with Brian Eno. This delightfully titled compilation brings together new studio recordings from the artist, who here plays his usual mix of sleep...view item »

Laraaji
Sun Gong

Oh, how I long to be elsewhere right now. Far, far away, away from stress, the rushed world of music commerce, lying on a cloud next to a huge stereo. I’ve just popped one of Laraaji’s new meditations into the CD player and while it reads a realistic 26 minute running time, I’ll have to review it in half that time while frantic...view item »

Brian Eno
The Shutov Assembly - Expanded Edition

Out on All Saints is the new reissue on vinyl LP and CD of Brian Eno's '92 droner The Shutov Assembly - Expanded Edition. Made primarily for his artist pal Sergi Shutov, TSA is akin to Eno's earlier capacious work's, yet it develops into a slightly more sinister and angular persona. Perhaps thi...view item »

Roedelius
Remixes (Peaking Lights and Hieroglyphic Being)

Ooh, I like this. Here we've got two top current artists, Peaking Lights and Heiroglyphic Being, paying tribute to elder statesman of kosmische Hans-Joachim Roedelius. I'm starting with Peaking Lights' one, which is quite bouncy w...view item »


Greater Lengths: An All Saints Compilation

Another thing we don’t have time to review but for £11 you get tracks from Laaraji, Brian Eno, Rog Eno, John Cale, James Blackshaw, Peaking ...view item »

Laraaji
Celestial Music 1978 - 2011

Now that they've exhausted the Arthur Russell back catalogue by re-issuing, re-packaging til there's no more life left in it you may want to switch your attention to this guy. Discovered back in the '70's by Brian Eno, Laraaji was playing autoharp on the streets of New York...view item »

Laraaji
Remixes (Bee Mask, Ela Orleans, Sun Araw and Motion Sickness Of Time Travel)

Four remixes of classic Laraaji compositions by four big playas in the realm of contemporary ambient and experimental music; Bee Mask, Ela Orleans, Sun Araw and Motion Sickness Of Time ...view item »

Laraaji
Essence / Universe

We’ve got a couple of reissues in from new age pioneer Laraaji this week, and the one which has landed on the review pile is this cosmic synthdrone bliss-out ‘Essence/Universe’, which consists of two epic half hour peace drones full of shimmering tone clusters and blurred smooth synth dreaminess. T...view item »

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