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Caterina Barbieri / Eleh

Important Records (Coil, Xiu Xiu) are dropping two Caterina Barbieri records on the same day. Concurrently with her new LP Born Again In The Voltage we also get this split album alongside Important mainstay Eleh. Both of them contribute a side to ...view item »

Caterina Barbieri
Born Again In The Voltage

When Caterina Barbieri says that she was Born Again In The Voltage, she really means it. Barbieri claims that, back in 2013, her first encounter with a Buchla 200 synthesiser completely changed how she thought about music. A year later and the classically-trained Barbieri was cutting spacious electro-acoustic workouts o...view item »

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO
Hallelujah Mystic Garden Part 1

Endless psych legends Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO here, in lengthy jam mode: Hallelujah Mystic Garden Part 1 comprises two side-filling tracks, both of which will take you to deep space and back again in twenty or so minutes. Credits include bouzouki, tapes, speed guru, guitar-synthesiser and &ldqu...view item »


Now This is more like it. Portland’s Weeed return with another dispatch of long-form Black Sabbath worship. Four lengthy jams on this LP which combine all manner of stonerisms - psych, Kraut, noise, metal, even a little gnawa - without ever bringing things on too heavy. Plenty of fun to be had her...view item »

Black Fax

Seattle group NEWAXEYES created a heady brew on their debut LP. Black Fax draws from genres as diverse as doom metal, power electronics, techno and industrial music to create music that is intended to mirror the synaptic-overload of the information age. They get pretty damn close, too - opener ‘False Flag’ i...view item »

Deceh / Total Life

Here’s a nice looking split LP on Important by Deceh and Total Life. Deceh have released a handful of releases over the last few years. I’ve only heard the one (the LP on Important) and it was a minimal tonal affair. The flip of this is by Total Life which is Kevin Doria from ...view item »

The Ape of Naples

The Ape Of Naples marks the end of the long, strange journey of Coil, being completed after the death of Jhonn Balance by Peter Christopherson. The nature of its origin gives this record a particularly melancholy and spiritual tone. The LP edition has etchings on the D-side, and bo...view item »

William Basinski & Richard Chartier

Serious minimalists heavyweights collaborating right here. William Basinski should need no introduction, and Richard Chartier has been ploughing a rich furrow of electronic microsound for years. Their third collaboration together is Divertissment, which is of course a richly detailed sonic environment, ...view item »

Sarah Davachi

Vergers finds Sarah Davachi focusing on an EMS Synthi 100, coaxing long, pure, Radigue-esque tones out from it and then garnishing them with touches of violin and vocals. Space and scale are important parts of these compositions, which the listener can all to easily be fully absorbed into. Released by I...view item »

Aidan Baker
Triptychs: Variations On A Melody

Gently disturbing the sonic atmosphere is Aidan Baker. Triptychs: Variations On A Melody are a series of recordings from various instrumentalists, which are all based around the ideas of Triptychs. They being as single melody lines and slowly add harmonies throughout each composition which build to a subt...view item »

Jacob Kirkegaard & Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard

The premier collaboration between Danish experimental sound art composers Jacob Kirkegaard and Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard is ...view item »

Eleh / Christina Kubisch

Thrilling vinyl split between Christina Kubisch, master harnesser of the electromagnetic field, and the person or persons known only as Eleh, champion of modern minimalist synth. Kubisch interprets the cultural legacy of Nikola Tesla for her side, composing with myriad electromagnetic signals sourced from modern...view item »

Home Age

More ultra-refined minimal synthesis from Eleh in a deluxe edition on Important Records. Created using Serge STS synthesisers, these three new works explore the notion of potential musical meanings (such as perceptions of musical tonality and rhythm) from non-musical sources. Whether a surface-level aesthetic work, a study of th...view item »

Else Marie Pade
Electronic Works 1958 – 1995

Danish pioneer of electronic music Else Marie Pade is a true heavyweight, getting the deluxe treatment here in this large box set. Collecting her works between 58 and 95 this set showcases her studious yet playful approach to sound influenced by her sometime tutor Pierre Schaeffer. Out on 2CD and 3LP from Important Records....view item »

Alessandro Cortini & Masami Akita

Masami Akita (King Merzbow himself) and Alessandro Cortini (of Nine Inch Nails) both own an EMS Synthi, and this Untitled release finds them each using the EMS exclusively to produce four sides of seething noisy electronics. The vintage analogue equipment is totally exp...view item »

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

For almost forty years, the bizarre and innovative self-titled album by Yasuo Sugibayashi’s The Mask of the Imperial Family has existed officially only on 300 vinyl copies. Now, to the delight of aching fans and the disappointment of Discogs touters, the record has finally received the reissue treatment from the aptly-name...view item »

Charlemagne Palestine & Grumbling Fur Time Machine Orchestra
Omminggg & Schlomminggg

Eccentric legend of minimalism Charlemagne Palestine teams up with experimental pop duo Grumbling Fur (in their extra-experimental Time Machine Orchestra mode) for a second time on Omminggg & Schlomminggg, which was recorded in front of a live audience in Copenhagen last year. Piano...view item »

Radiant Intervals I

This is the only Eleh recording I own, I bought the original vinyl issue, mainly for the stunning sleeve art, then listened to it one night when I was feeling exceptionally peaceful, the autumn breeze bristling through my window, lights on low, eyes cl...view item »

Caterina Barbieri
Patterns Of Consciousness

Caterina Barbieri uses analogue synthesisers to create her music, although she is certainly a composer rather than a just-having-a-play bleep merchant. Patterns Of Consciousness is her second full-length album, and it stretches over two LPs. Ideal listening for fans of wild arpeggiation and electronic texture exploratio...view item »

Of Grog Vim

Grog Vim was a ‘legendary visionary’, we are told, although quite possibly a fictional one from the looks of things… Either way the notion of Vim has inspired experimental Italians Larsen to lay down some heavy, deeply-textured post-rock on Of Grog Vim, with the very ...view item »


As electronic weirdos Growing enter their fifteenth year, they offer up their ninth album, their first in a fair while. Disorder moves with sinister authority and simmering vibes. It is also almost impossible to google-search for an album named D...view item »

The New Backwards

The New Backwards was originally part of the 2008 Ape Of Naples box-set, but it now floats freely as a stand-alone release. Constructed out of a quantity of 90’s material originally bequeathed to Trent Reznor, The New Backwards contains all the classic Coil elements, from ...view item »

Overtone Ensemble
Overtone Ensemble

The name of The Overtone Ensemble does not lie: this group work with instruments that create shimmering clouds of overtones, carefully controlled through microtonal tuning and tactical combinations. 12 aluminum rods are at the centre of their set-up, which also includes bells and wine glasses: and...view item »

Catherine Christer Hennix
Live at Issue Project Room

Important Records continue with their premium-level work documenting the crucial artists of drone-minimalism. Live At Issue Project Room records Catherine Christer Hennix debut presentation of her new ensemble Chora(s)san Time-Court Mirage. A rich and explorative just-intonation haze. Deluxe letterpress...view item »

Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
Wake To The New Dawn Of Another Astro Era

Perrenial Japanese space-rock travellers Acid Mothers Temple (currently rocking the fetching sub-title & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.) are back with a new album and a new rhythm section: 2 young guns with plenty of energy. Wake To The N...view item »

Catherine Christer Hennix
Central Palace Music from 100 Model Subjects For Hegikan Roku

Important Records continue with the premium-level work they do in making available essential works of drone-minimalism with this 1976 work by Catherine Christer Hennix. Central Palace Music from 100 Model Subjects is a rich slice of just-intonation sonics, with i...view item »

Mark Lyken
The Terrestrial Sea

The Terrestrial Sea album is the product of artist Mark Lyken’s residency at the Cromarty Lighthouse Field Station, in the Scottish Highlands. These dense field recordings and delicate natural drones perfectly capture the isolation and rural beauty of this region, and it sounds marvelous too. ...view item »

Harry Bertoia
Sonambient: Recordings Of Harry Bertoia

Hardcore Harry Bertoia fans are not exactly ten-a-penny, but if you know one, make sure they are sitting down before you tell them this news. Important Records are issuing a lushly packaged box-set with all 11 of his extremely rare, private press Sonambient pieces and a 100 page historical booklet. Remarkable, intense s...view item »

Eleh / Tara Jane O'Neil

In tribute to Sonambient pioneer Harry Bertoia, here is a split LP between Eleh and Tara Jane O’Neil. O’Neil used recordings from Bertoia’s own sculptures and from an Athanasius Kircher instrument for her piece, while ...view item »

Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.

The mighty Acid Mothers Temple, presently in a & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. mood, here present Benzaiten, in which they grab hold of the contents of an Osamu Kitajima record and put them through their paces, jamming them to the outer limits in time-honoured Acid Mothers ...view item »


Brooding electro-acoustics from L A N D here, shifting and shuffling along with a myriad of percussions, guitars, shakuhachis… Anoxia is a curious thing, generating a landscape that sounds chilly and hostile, yet remarkably tempting. Mixed crystal clearly by Ben Frost, the album is released by Im...view item »

Charlemagne Palestine & Grumbling Fur Time Machine Orchestra

Most commonly associated with the New York, sixties, minimalist scene, shamanic improviser Charlemagne Palestine is best known for his falsetto vocals and extended performances with beautiful, classical instruments and cathedral organs. This collaborative performance with Grumbling Fur alter-ego the Time Machine Orchestra is an exploration of au...view item »

Duane Pitre
Bayou Electric

Academic drone-artist and former pro skateboarder (seriously) Duane Pitre returns with Bayou Electric. Completing the trilogy started by his last two records, this piece is built up around a field recording rich with personal resonance, around which the sonic resonances of the ensemble were built. On Important Records....view item »

David Rothenberg and Michael Deal
New Sounds of The Humpback Whale

David Rothenberg and Michael Deal’s New Sounds of The Humpback Whale does exactly what it says on the tin, regardless of how implausible that may seem. Yes, this a collection of recordings of whales emitting their phenomenal noises: put it on blind and it could sound like an amazing electro-acoustic session. On Im...view item »

Sentimental Something

Pinkcourtesyphone is the strikingly pure sound project of devoted minimalist Richard Chartier, owner/operator of the LINE label. On Sentimental Something he is joined by collaborator and friend Evelina Domnitch, who contributes theremin. 300 copies of pink vinyl, released by the Importa...view item »

Bass Communion / Freiband

Having successfully collaborated on a few 3” CDs, Bass Communion and Firebrand now take it to the vinyl with this Split on Important Records. The sound of the pieces within range from the expectedly delicate and eerie ambient sounds to bursts of powerful noise: these two keep you guessing. 500 LP ...view item »

Lee Ranaldo
Ambient Loop for Vancouver

Sonic Youth member Lee Ranaldo’s track Ambient Loop For Vancouver was not originally recorded to be heard on it’s own, but the near hour-long piece turns out to be more than strong enough alone. Including such New York experimental luminaries as Alan Licht and Christ...view item »

Master Musicians of Bukkake
Further West Quad Cult

Master Musicians Of Bukkake take on the cliches attendant on groups like Master Musicians Of Joujouka by blasting their supposed ‘tribal’ sounds with all sorts of weirdness. Marvellously, Far West Quad Cult is designed as a companion for their last record: not just thematically, but in the s...view item »

Grateful Dead + John Oswald

This is an interesting and epic 3LP which sees plunderphonics maverick John Oswald taking on 25 years' worth of the Grateful Dead's definitive jam rock statement 'Dark Star', which started life as a three-minute 7" that nobody paid attention to and gradually evolved into a lengthy, meandering space rock epic which would regularly stretch past th...view item »

Maja S.K. Ratkje / Jon Wesseltoft / Camille Norment / Per Gisle Galaen

Important Records bring together the incredible sound artists Maja S.K. Ratkje, Jon Wesseltoft, Camille Norment, and Per Gisle Galaen. Between them they play a multitude of delicate acoustic instruments, and between them they have created Celadon, a powerful and express...view item »

Matthew Watson and Daniel Thomas Freeman
Catch Me Daddy

Catch Me Daddy is a moor-dwelling and award-winning film, soundtracked by the pair Matthew Watson & Daniel Thomas Freeman. And it is that very soundtrack that Important Records have released, a sparse exploration of desolate space built up from snatches of piano, percussion and minimal electronics....view item »

Various (Thurston Moore, Carlos Giffoni, Wolf Eyes, Aaron Dilloway, Jim O'Rouke)
Viva Negativa! A Tribute To The New Blockaders: Volume III: USA

Anti-music noise-nonsense-mongers The New Blockaders are, y’know, kind of a big deal in the noise world, and that fact is reflected by this tribute compilation, in which what feels like the majority of the noise world turn up to contribute a track. Seriously, take a look at the full tracklisting: mind-blowing talent. 2 dis...view item »

Pauline Oliveros
The Wanderer

This CD is one of a handful of collected recordings from postwar sonic pioneer Pauline Oliveros. Composed in 1982, The Wanderer is a large suite of music exploring extreme use of the accordion, including reed resonance drones and stabbing rhythmic drive. Here you can hear the world premiere of the piece, performed on the 27 January 1983 at Marym...view item »

13 Japanese Birds Volume 4

Number Four in an epic series of Merzbow releases, 13 Japanese Birds, each entry of which was recorded and released on a monthly basis. Merzbow’s Masami Akita is an animal rights activist, so no doubt the titling of these releases is far from random: the man knows his birds. Volume Four: Karas...view item »

13 Japanese Birds Volume 11: Shirasagi

Number Eleven in an epic series of Merzbow releases, 13 Japanese Birds, each entry of which was recorded and released on a monthly basis. Merzbow’s Masami Akita is an animal rights activist, so no doubt the titling of these releases is far from random: the man knows his birds. Volume Eleven: S...view item »

13 Japanese Birds Volume 10 - Niwatori

Merzbow's 13 Japanese Birds is a 13 month series of releases inspired by Olivier Messaien's Catalogue D'Oiseaux. Beginning in January 2009 one volume of 13 Japanese Birds will be released each month. The 13th and final volume will be released January 2010. Each volume will be a one time pressing of 1000 copies. Available from Important R...view item »

13 Japanese Birds Vol 9: Hiyodori

Number Nine in an epic series of Merzbow releases, 13 Japanese Birds, each entry of which was recorded and released on a monthly basis. Merzbow’s Masami Akita is an animal rights activist, so no doubt the titling of these releases is far from random: the man knows his birds. Volume Nine: Hiyod...view item »

Born Of Six

Born Of Six are Amelia Cuni, Catherine Christer Hennix and Werner Durand. They have created a drone record of one recording that goes on for 55 minutes, building up voice, sitar, tambura drone as well as Hennix’s invented wind instruments. It would be wrong to just call it just a drone record, though, as there are real ...view item »

Acid Mothers Temple
Crystal Magic Pyramid Under The Stars

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paradiso U.F.O: "Crystal Rainbow Pyramid Tour" (US & Canadian Tour 2007). Extra super ltd multi-coloured vinyl splashings on Important from the retrogade psychedelic, prog-rock, mind-melting modern day hippies. The first side features munchkin vocals alongside the expected guitar and fx over-indul...view item »


Pure tone fans have a reason to celebrate this week as Important drop the much-anticipated collaborative LP from two leading lights in the genre. Former pro-skater Duane Pitre and minimal giant ELEH carve out two lengthy pieces on this LP. On side A ‘Sine Pools’ involves slowly fluctuating toneswells interacting subtly and patiently ...view item »

Kit Wilmans Fegradoe

Kit Wilmans Fegadoe is a young Bristolian, and Issa is a pretty remarkable work for a debut release. The album delves into various spiritual narratives centred on ‘Christ: The Lost Years’, and musically explores the territory of hypnotic minimalism and surrounds. Out on Important Records no less.!...view item »


A rather delicious reissue here from committed electronic minimalist Eleh. Homage gathers up the (out of print) trilogy of Homage to the… records into a triple LP or triple CD boxset, lavishly restored with sleek mini-sleeves for each part. Remarkably powerful works given how stripped their pallette is. ...view item »

James Blackshaw
Summoning Suns

James Blackshaw has previously released nine albums of his lushly arranged virtuoso guitar finger picking. Summoning Suns is his 10th album, and this time he appears as a singer/songwriter. The arrangements are just as lush and the songs are beautiful. At times they recall giants of the genre such as Elliott Smi...view item »

Damo Suzuki & Mugstar
Start From Zero

From Mugstar and Damo Suzuki comes an improvised piece recorded on a hot summer night in Liverpool in 2012. An exploration of kraut/psyche from one of the leading voices on the scene along with one of the more compelling bands still finding new spaces and sounds in the genre. Limited edition gatefold v...view item »

Alessandro Cortini
Forse 3

Italian musician Alessandro Cortini is perhaps best known for being a member of Nine Inch Nails. The Italian musician completes his Forse trilogy of solo albums with Forse 3. All of the music was composed using a Buchla Music Easel. The instrument appealed to Cortini as it had a...view item »

Mika Vainio/Kouhei Matsunaga

Despite the fact I've always had a liking for Pan Sonic I recently found out that Mika Vainio isn't actually the one with the fringe. Oh well, that's faceless leccyblokes for you. The one without the fringe is on spectacularly uncompromising form here, beginning with a nasty bit of high-frequency blasting before crashing into a heavy, ultra distort...view item »

Mark Rogers & Mary Byrne
I Line My Days Along Your Weight

Mark Rogers & Mary Byrne have seen their fair share with him in The Loom and her in Hot Young Priest and now it’s time for them to record their fair share. Using 2” analog tape and a little tasteful studio bit of aftertouch, this is their debut. I Line My Days Across Your Weight is not only an e...view item »

Mark Rogers + Mary Byrne
I Line My Days Along Your Weight

Debut album from the duo of Mark Rogers + Mary Byrne. They’ve used a barrage of interesting old instruments (including a “tricone resonator” and “golden-era flattop” - sounds delicious) and Mary’s rich voice to make these ten, close-feeling tracks. Mostly recorded live, for th...view item »

Maurizio Bianchi / M.B
Untitled 1980 / Untitled 2013

CD on Important Records. Gritty industrial noise produced from a single Korg MS20 synthesizer by Italian pioneer Maurizio Bianchi. Recorded and originally released in 1980 this release contains the original recordings as well as four new compositions, recorded in 2013, based on the original material....view item »

Francisco Lopez
Untitled #274

Another catchily untitled release from Francisco Lopez. This time, on Untitled #274, Lopez stays away from the high-def field recordings he has recently focused on, and gets active in the legendary GRM electroacoustic studios in Paris, for a single track exploration of digital clicks and fizz. Actually ...view item »

Ashley Paul
Heat Source

Some soul searching from Ashley Paul. Heat Source is a real eclectic mix of ideas, themes and concepts. Tracks like "I'm In You" wash over you with an abstract harmonic and melodic pallet, yet the simple vocal line is rather moving. Whereas tunes like "Embers" are much more classic avant-garde disson...view item »

Pauline Oliveros
Accordion & Voice

One of the Important Records release series celebrating the work of San Francisco Tape Music Centre alumni Pauline Oliveros. Channeling the essence of mountains and clouds into her meditations using a custom-build electronic improvisation instrument, Oliveros uses the sounds of the accordion and human voice to carefully craft some tonal mir...view item »

Pauline Oliveros
Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music 1961-1970

Here we have a 12 (twelve) CD box set of early, unreleased tracks from Pauline Oliveros to celebrate her 80th birthday. It runs in chronological order beginning with her first ever recording back in 1961 and therefore functions as a document of the progression of early electronic music.  Most of the pieces here have never been re...view item »

Retreat, Return, Repose

A much needed CD issue of this trilogy, previously only available on vinyl direct from the label and now somewhat collectable. The audio has been remastered especially for the digital version.  To be perfectly honest the vinyl pressings sound like shit. The best move would be to save yourself some dosh and get the audio sounding clean and c...view item »

For Moussavi Atrium

ELEH walks into a bar and asks for a pint of beer, the barman scowls at him and refuses. When pressed as to why, he says "I don't like your tone." Meanwhile a drunk in the corner tries to start a chant of "ELEH, give us a wave"...probably a sine it's time to leave.   Yup, here's another tonal meditation from extrem...view item »

Jeff Burch
Jeff Burch

Bringing me back to earth gently after a hard week's reviewing is this new CD from Jeff Burch on Important. I'm rather fond of its cover, too. I do like a good owl, me. The two lengthy compositions found here are droney, meditative pieces which centre around the guitar and modular synthesizer.   'The Nine Points' o...view item »

Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
Astrorgasm From The Inner Space

Everyone's favourite Japanese cosmic rock oddballs Acid Mothers Temple are back again this week with a new one on Important. 'Astrorgasm from the Inner Space' it's called. They're an eight-piece this time round, notably featuring original vocalist Cotton Casino, and there are four lengthy jams on this CD, which opens with the epic 'Dark Star B...view item »

Eliane Radigue
Adnos I-III

Again, its time for a record review where the package is so nice we are not allowed to open it. This time its a three CD retrospective of Eliane’s ‘Adnos’ trilogy  which was  released between 1973 and 1980.  So off to the internet I go. Eliane Radigue, for the uninitiated (like me who has just had to google her) ...view item »

Marisa Anderson
Golden Hour

When you hear Marisa Anderson play the guitar, you see a guy overlooking his burnt house in the Mississippi river delta. But actually this is a girl from Portland, Oregon who just rips up guitars like nobody’s business. The Golden Hour is filled with rich blues riffs en lap steel guitar twanging coated in distorti...view item »

Marisa Anderson

I wasn’t familiar with this lady before now but she’s from Portland and I think this is her second record and it’s on Mississippi who aren’t idiots so I’m giving it a listen...thankfully it’s brilliant. Anderson plays nimble fingerpicked instrumentals which the press rel...view item »

Diane Cluck

Long time no see. I remember the Cluckster from back in the day when if Devandra Banhart said something, then people listened and the bearded Bolan certainly had some good things to say on the beautiful compositions of Ms Cluck. So its been awhile but nothing has really changed. She has a lovely p...view item »

Steve Gunn & Mike Gangloff
Melodies For A Savage Fix

Avantmericana axeman Steve Gunn goes head to head with experimental weirdo Mike Gangloff here for five lengthy and meditative duets featuring the former on six- and twelve-string guitars and the latter on esraj, gongs, tanpura, singing bowl, shruti box and banjo. Between them they create a mystical drifting sound full of tangy circular d...view item »

It Was Once Said To Be A Song

Gezan are a Japanese noise rock/punk/psych outfit. It Was Once Said To Be A Song is their debut album and was originally released in Japan in 2010. Their furious sound has caught the ears of Japan’s previous generation of underground rock bands such as Acid Mothers Temple, whose singer and gu...view item »

Sun, Broken...

Hypno-rock stalwarts Mugstar are back again this week with yet another album, beautifully presented with a foil-stamped sleeve, swirly black and white vinyl and a hand-numbered insert, and they’re quick off the blocks in opener ‘Technical Knowledge As A Weapon’, settling into a clanking, head-batte...view item »

Nadja + Vampillia
The Perfect World

Here’s a rather special addition to Aidan “Nadja” Baker’s already intimidating canon - a collaboration with Osaka’s progressive neoclassicists Vampillia which straddles their two worlds of minimal doom rock and orchestral grandeur. Opener ‘Aurora&rsqu...view item »

Master Musicians of Bukkake
Far West

It’s been a while, but Master Musicians of Bukkake are back with another LP of shamanistic stoner rituals to trip you out. This time round though they seem to be focusing more on the lighter side of their sound than previously. And I don’t mean light in terms of heaviosity so ...view item »

Else Marie Pade & Jacob Kirkegaard

Saevinger gets a CD reissue with a fifteen minute bonus track for good measure. Pioneering Danish electronic music composer Else Marie Pade teams up with Jacob Kirkegaard for a sonic experiment in the variations of soundwaves. High-minded yet exquisitely beautiful it’s a meditative journey derived...view item »

J.D. Emmanuel

This reissue times in nicely with the current wave of new age synth and Kosmische records flying around at the moment. Apparently original copies are like rocking horse shit and go for mega wonga. This has been cut from the original analogue masters and sounds great. This is a five track meditation to take the listener into the realm of people w...view item »

Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
Son Of A Bitches Brew

Fans of Miles Davis' electric period might want to check this out. Might being the formative word. Think Davis and his band at their most way out, and then think what that band would sound like if they had been dosed by The Dead. Or maybe Sun Ra at his furthest out-similarly dosed. AMT has taken Davis' ideas and...view item »


This is not about a city in Switzerland. It is about a band, a supergroup with your friends from Seefeel and Slowdive bringing themselves together. This is their self-titled album, limited to only 500 copies (which, honestly, is kind of cruel!) on 2xLP. It’s for the collectors, the fans, and most of all, the Swiss....view item »

Brethren Of The Free Spirit
The Wolf Shall Also Dwell With The Lamb

Phil was so excited about the arrival of the 'The Wolf Also Shall Dwell With The Lamb' LP by Brethren Of The Free Spirit that he passed out and Brian almost had to give him the kiss of life but he came round and had some fresh air and water. He then proceeded to place the needle on the record and was so relaxed by the soothing sounds that he so...view item »

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