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Ataraxia
The Unexplained

The Unexplained was the only release from the late electronic music pioneer Mort Garson under his Ataraxia pseudonym. Bearing the subtitle ‘Electronic Musical Impressions of the Occult’, it attempted to serve as an audio guide to the paranormal. It’s now been remastered and gets its first re-issue since its 1975 release. 
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Mort Garson
Music From Patch Cord Productions

Since his passing back in 2008, Canadian composer Mort Garson’s reputation as a pioneer of electronic music has consistently increased. Music From Patch Cord Productions is a new compilation on Sacred Bones showcases some of his jingles and commercial soundtrack work from the Seventies. These pieces are absolutely out there, yet curiously catchy and rooted in the real world. 

Molchat Doma
Monument

Written and recorded under lockdown in Minsk, underground icons-turned-viral sensations Molchat Doma announce their third studio album, titled Monument. It’s a dazzling expansion on all of the elements that have earned them their cult following - Egor Shkutko’s imposing vocals and weighty lyrics are classic post-punk, and Roman Komogortsev and Pavel Kozlov’s musical beds are more detailed than ever. 

Mort Garson
Didn't You Hear?

One of the most highly prized works from Canadian composer and electronic music pioneer Mort Garson, Didn’t You Hear? was the soundtrack to the film of the same name directed by experimental filmmaker Skip Sherwood in 1970. One of the first-ever all-electronic scores for a film, it was available to buy only in the lobby after screenings in Seattle at the time and was deleted soon afterwards. Sacred Bones now re-issues it on vinyl, resurrected from the master tapes. 
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Lucifer (Mort Garson)
Black Mass

Reissue of Mort Garson's cult 1971 occult synth fantasy 'Black Mass'. Blackened timbres meet trippy modulations from the dark side of the Moog. Reissued on  Recommended for fans of BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Ghostbox, Stelvio Cipriani, Death Waltz, John Carpenter, Fabio Frizzi, Goblin, early Italian library music/ horror synth soundtracks etc.
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Jeremiah Sand
Lift It Down

'Lift It Down' is the new record from Jeremiah Sand, the fictional cult leader played by Linus Roache in the 2018 Nicolas Cage vehicle 'Mandy', and his followers The Children of The New Dawn. Released on Sacred Bones - where else? - and featuring liner notes from the late Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, 'Lift It Down' is a psych-folk record par excellence. 
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John Carpenter
Lost Themes III

After some years of relative silence, John Carpenter has been busy in the past decade with his 'Lost Themes' project - the records even produced his first-ever tour back in 2016.  He's now onto 'Lost Themes III', a record made in collaboration with Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies. The LP catches Carpenter at the peak of a critical and commercial resurgence and helps to cement his place as a leading light of modern-day electronics and soundtrack work.  
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Various
What Is This That Stands Before Me?

'What Is This That Stands Before Me?' finds the best of the Sacred Bones roster tackling a bunch of offerings from Brummie metal legends Black Sabbath. Expect to hear industrial punks Uniform taking on 'Symptom of the Universe', psych pair Moon Duo penning a celestial nine-minute version of the 'Paranoid' classic 'Planet Caravan', Thou drive 'Supernaut' into sludgey new territories, and Marissa Nadler brings out the haunting aspects of 'Solitude'. Elsewhere on 'What Is This That Stands Before Me?' you'll find The Soft Moon, Molchat Doma, Hilary Woods, Zola Jesus and Dean Hurley - that's a serious collection of talent!

Uniform
Shame

With their critical stock higher than it’s ever been, American noise-rock outfit Uniform deliver their fourth studio album, Shame. Generating a Wall of Death of grinding guitars, raging electronics and powerful percussion, the trio were inspired by classic American novels and consciously built their new record around the idea of a book-style narrative. 

John Carpenter
Skeleton

This tremendous blood-red-coloured 12” vinyl represents the first non-soundtrack music from iconic director and composer John Carpenter since 2016. Working with his son Cody and godson Daniel Davies, ‘Skeleton’ and its B-side ‘Unclean Spirit’ were created from improvised riffs, and the lack of a pre-defined theme makes them thrillingly unpredictable. 
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Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou
May Our Chambers Be Full

Emma Ruth Rundle is known for making post-rock flecked folk music, whilst Thou make sludgy doom rock underpinned by downtuned guitars. So what are they doing making an album together you ask? Well, Walter Hoeijmakers who organises the Roadburn festival thought it would be a good idea and got them together. May Our Chambers Be Full is the resulting album and proof that Hoeijmakers was right.

Caleb Landry Jones
The Mother Stone

Actor and now musician, Caleb Landry Jones comes from a line of musicians, jingle writers and singer / songwriters. He is known for roles in films such as X-Men: First Class, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Get Out. The Mother Stone is his debut album and comes after years of writing songs fuelled by experiences that life throws at you. There are around 700 songs in all, so this album could just be the first of many.

John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies
Halloween: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Expanded Edition)

Halloween: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Expanded Edition) sees Halloween creator John Carpenter team up with his son, Cody Carpenter and Godson, Daniel Davies to score the 2018 version of the popular horror flick. The score is underpinned by several reworkings of Carpenter’s original synth soundtrack main theme. A must for Carpenter fans.

Mort Garson
Mother Earth's Plantasia

Mort Garson was a pioneer of electronic music in the 1960s and an early user of Robert Moog's synthesizer. 'Plantasia' released in 1976 added warmth to the previously darker and colder melodies of earlier electronic releases. By turn playful, surreal or sinister, this is a diverse collection of sounds from a true innovator.

Molchat Doma
С Крыш Наших Домов

Translated as ‘Houses Are Silent’, Belarussian band Molchat Doma made a serious splash with their 2017 debut album S Krysh Nashikh Domov (its Anglicised title). Dealing in a dark, Depeche Mode-esque mixture of post-punk, new wave and synth-pop, it now finds a wider release on Sacred Bones. 

Hilary Woods
Birthmarks

Written and recorded while heavily pregnant, motherhood and regeneration are at the heart of Birthmarks, the second solo album from former JJ72 bassist Hilary Woods. Like 2018’s Colt, it’s drastically different to her previous indie-rock output, produced by Norwegian experimental noise artist and filmmaker Lasse Marhaug and a fertile mix of acoustic instruments shot through by electronic elements. 

The Men
Mercy

The Men are like a microcosm of men as a whole in that they are both good and bad.They do great things and they do less great things but I think we're all still ok with them being around. They've actually been rather consistent over the last few years and this stability has led to their new album Mercy on which they make music with some of the classic rock moves of the 70s era old timers alongside the experimental churn of someone like Suicide.   

SQÜRL
Some Music for Robby Müller

A six-track vinyl album released in tribute to legendary Dutch cinematographer Robby Müller (Dead Man, Paris Texas and 24 Hour Party People), recorded by SQÜRL as the soundtrack to filmmaker Claire Pijman’s documentary Living The Light. The artwork includes two luminous Polaroid images taken by Müller himself. 

Black Marble
Bigger Than Life

Buses. Inspiration for many musicians over the years the latest of which Chris Stewart. His ride into the studio on the Echo Park to downtown L.A. service provided the inspiration for Bigger Than Life his third album under the Black Marble moniker. The result is fresh and lively synth pop on which Stewart played every instrument. Kudos to the bus driver for enabling this to happen.  

Follakzoid
II

Öh gööd, a new recörd öf dröne-röck fröm Föllakzoid. II - unsurprisingly their second release, though it is their first LP - is another set of über-trippy Motorik Krautrock from the Chilean group, one on propulsive grooves contrast with guitars and effects which spiral ever-higher into the stratosphere. Fans of Moon Duo and Wooden Shjips should give II a spin post-haste. We höpe yöu have a lövely time with this öne.

SQÜRL
The Dead Don't Die: Original Score

SQÜRL once again team up with director Jim Jarmusch (and SQÜRL member) to score his film, The Dead Don’t Die. Putting new and original twists on well-worn horror movie tropes - the film is a take on the zombie apocalypse genre - The Dead Don’t Die could in time be viewed alongside the greats of the oeuvre. 

Moon Duo
Stars Are The Light

Moon Duo (I preferred them when they were a trio) go disco! One of the steadiest and most reliable bands in psych rock have discovered a new muse. As well as being influenced musically, they've also found inspiration in the liberatory qualities of the dancefloor. Produced by Mr. Sonic Boom so it's no less psychedelic than their past output. 

Blanck Mass
Animated Violence Mild

Benjamin Power returns one more time as Blanck Mass with the enticingly titled Animated Violence Mild. Since making the switch from dense ambience to something more industrial after the Fuck Buttons man's solo debut, each subsequent record has gotten more noisy, more intense, and more catchy, all at the same time. Animated Violence Mild is no different, with Power reaching for sound as varied as black metal, hardcore, and europop. 

Jenny Hval
The Practice of Love

Musical witch lady Jenny Hval is back to cast her sonic hexes ‘pon us once more. Hval’s seventh LP 'The Practice Of Love' is another fine work of modern-day Gothicism from the Norwegian artist, one in which she leans a little heavier into the pop stuff than she has done previously. Julee Cruise, Visions-era Grimes and that there David Lynch are the related artists you’re grappling with on 'The Practice Of Love'.

Pharmakon
Devour

Margaret Chardiet drops her fourth LP as Pharmakon (anyone else reading that as ‘farm Akon’? Now there’s a thought…). Devour is the first album Chardiet has recorded live in the studio, and as such there’s a real feeling of spontaneity and immediacy to this tortured set of power electronics. Production from Uniform’s Ben Greenberg only adds to the intensity. You’re looking at the early days of Posh Isolation for Devour’s related records.

Föllakzoid
I

Chilean band Föllakzoid deliver their fourth studio album a very long four years after their last one. I (confusingly following 2015’s III) differs from their previous albums in that it was constructed painstakingly from dozens of musical stems, rather than done in single live takes with the band in the studio. 

Dean Hurley
Anthology Resource Vol. II: Philosophy Of Beyond

Following his close work with David Lynch on the third series of the cult classic series Twin Peaks, Dean Hurley turns his attention once again to his Anthology Resource output.⁣⁣These 12-tracks weave together rich and celestial soundscapes made up of tape loops and sampled field recordings to create a unique sonic tapestry. Hurley explores themes of death, the afterlife, and escaping our physical form, specifically near-death experiences, alien encounters, and psychedelic incidents. Spooky stuff!

Lust For Youth
Lust For Youth

The insatiable Lust For Youth attempt to quench their thirst for young blood once more with a new eponymous LP. This is a gloriously evocative set of synth-pop from the Danish duo, one that invokes the very best of the genre’s 80’s heyday. Tears For Fears, Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys are all brought to mind by Lust For Youth’s louche, Gothic electro-pop ditties.

Institute
Readjusting The Locks

Readjusting The Locks by Institute is the first album by the band since half of them upped sticks and moved from Austin to New York. It doesn’t seem to have held them back. They met up in Brooklyn in late 2018 and recorded an album of crisply produced scuzz rock, with the spirit of ‘77 inhabiting their thoughts and therefore the sounds they produced. On Sacred Bones.

Spellling
Mazy Fly

Intriguing new one from Sacred Bones act SPELLING. The album tackles the dual realities of technological progress - the utopian and the apocalyptic - while backed by music that can flit from garbled R&B to scuzzy synth jams. ‘Mazy Fly’s’ 12-tracks reflect SPELLING’s seemingly contradictory impulses and finds a unique synthesis being formed from these seemingly combative forces.

Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch
An Attempt To Draw Aside The Veil

An Attempt To Draw Aside The Veil is the fourth album by lute player Jozef Van Wissem and filmmaker Jim Jarmusch. The pair have also collaborated in the world of film too. Here, taking inspiration from William Blake, Swedish theologian and philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg and Russian occultist Helena Blavatsky. Musically, it’s minimal stuff - electronics overlaid with Van Wissem’s lute and Jarmusch’s droning guitar. LP and CD on Sacred Bones.

Zola Jesus
Conatus


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Thought Gang
Thought Gang

So who are Thought Gang then? Well just David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti that's all. The duo have of course worked together for many years, most famously on the Twin Peaks soundtrack but here they move away slightly from the cool jazz and cinematic sounds of earlier collaborations towards more experimental textures with acid/free jazz textures and spoken word narratives. They've been working on this since 1992 so it's about time we all dipped in.  

John Carpenter
Halloween (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Halloween is the latest Classic American Movie to be wrent from the tomb of history and paraded around the cultural flatland that is the Millennial West. The distinction that sets this latest big-budget remake apart from your King Kongs, your Tomb Raiders and your Jumanjis is that whoever’s helming the new one managed to get the main reason it was good in the first place - John Carpenter - back on board. Carpenter’s also redone the music, which is what we have here. Yes, it may be spooky. But you know what’s really scary? The snake of popular culture devouring its own tail.

Exploded View
Obey

It's the Sacred Bones! Live from Brooklyn this time we've Exploded View, a band formed of members based in Mexico City and Berlin. On Obey they investigate the role of authority not just in our lives, but within the band itself. They do so with a rock'n'roll drenched in noise and sludge, stumbling forward but never falling down.

Amen Dunes
Freedom

In making ‘Freedom’, Amen Dunes shifts from whimsical guitars and warbly melancholic vocals to a darker electronic sound. Frontman Damen McMahon calls upon his usual star-studded collaborators; drummer Parker Kindred (Antony & The Johnsons, Jeff Buckley), Chris Coady (Beach House) and let them work their magic in Electric Lady Studios. Three years later, the resulting LP is an ode to coming-of-age and understanding oneself despite rigid societal expectations of masculinity. Or, as McMahon calls it, “mythical heroic maleness”. I guess this one’s for the intellectually minded music fan.

John Carpenter
Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998

Thy lord cometh. John Carpenter’s themes to his genre spanning and defining films are defining in themselves, with countless contemporary artists taking influence from them. This collection takes basically all of his biggest themes from his films including Halloween, Big Trouble In Little China, Assault On Precinct 13, Escape From New York, They Live, and The Thing. LP on Sacred Bones.

Zola Jesus
Okovi

Foghorn-voiced chanteuse Zola Jesus has had a terrible time with death and loss recently so retreated to the woods near her childhood home to create this personal snapshot of loss and sympathy borne out of her experiences. It's fair to say that "Ay Ay Ay Ay Moosey" this is not but instead a bleak meditation on tragedy. 

Moon Duo
Occult Architecture Vol. 2

Occult Architecture Vol. 2 was written and recorded in order to act as a bright counterpoint to the nighttime fuzz of the first volume: Moon Duo considers this to be the Yang to that records Yin. Separating their approaches in this way allows the band to create a focused and consistent mood here. It’s a particularly blissful version of Moon Duo’s psych sound. On Sacred Bones.

Moon Duo
Occult Architecture Vol. 1

Part One of a two part record by Moon Duo, the motorik duo of Sanae Yamada and Wooden Shjips man Ripley Johnson. You know how this game works by now: drum machines grooving endlessly beneath a constantly shifting carpet of fuzzed-guitar. Yum! Occult Architecture Vol. 1 is the dark and wintery part of the pair. Out on Sacred Bones.

John Carpenter
Lost Themes II

The horror master returns with a swiftly followed up sequel to his 2014 album 'Lost Themes'. Several collaborators from that project remain including Carpenter's son Cody but this time the composers had the luxury of spending time collaborating in the same city. This has led to a more focussed work with a wider palette of sounds. Next stop for Carpenter? The road. 

John Carpenter
Lost Themes

Moody and back in the present. John Carpenter arrives. Soaring synths, crystal piercing tones and brooding echoes can be found. Lost Themes is one to grab you and stay with you. Carpenter is also joined by his son Cody (Of the band Ludrium) and Daniel Davies (Who scored I, Frankenstein). Sacred Bones are known for their spook and this one will pull you right out of bed. We all know what John can see and hear. Now we all want back into that world, again...or do we ? Tense stuff.

Wymond Miles
Passion Plays


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Carl Simmons
Honeysuckle Tendrals


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The Vermillion Sands
Miss My Gun EP


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Nice Face
Mnemonic Device


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Moon Duo
Escape (Expanded Edition)

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Black Marble
I Must Be Living Twice

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Blanck Mass
Blanck Mass

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David Lynch & Jack Cruz
The Flame of Love

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Mark Korven
The Lighthouse

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Daniel Davies
Signals

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Molchat Doma
Этажи

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Uniform & The Body
Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back

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Julee Cruise
The Voice of Love

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John Carpenter
Halloween / Escape from New York

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Marissa Nadler & Stephen Brodsky
Droneflower

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John Carpenter
Halloween (Art Edition)

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Zola Jesus
Wiseblood (Johnny Jewel Remixes)

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Jenny Hval
The Long Sleep

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The Men
Hated: 2008 – 2011

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Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
Halloween Theme (Remix)

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The Holydrug Couple
Hyper Super Mega

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Thou
Magus

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Follakzoid feat. J Spaceman
London Sessions

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Uniform
The Long Walk

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Julee Cruise
Three Demos

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Spellling
Hard To Please

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Trouble
Snake Eyes

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Hilary Woods
Colt

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Uniform & The Body
Mental Wounds Not Healing

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Marching Church
Coming Down

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Vive la Void
Vive la Void

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Zola Jesus
Okovi: Additions

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Blanck Mass
Odd Scene / Shit Luck

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The Men
Drift

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The Soft Moon
Criminal

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Moon Duo
Jukebox Babe / No Fun

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Exploded View
Summer Came Early EP

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John Carpenter
Assault on Precinct 13 / The Fog

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Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch
The Mystery of Heaven

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Zola Jesus
Stridulum

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Destruction Unit
Negative Feedback Resistor

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Psychic TV
Allegory & Self

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SQÜRL
EP #260

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Psychic TV
Pagan Day

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Institute
Subordination

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Pharmakon
Contact

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Blanck Mass
World Eater

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Moon Duo
Live In Ravenna

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Uniform
Wake In Fright

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Destruction Unit
Deep Trip

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Atticus Ross, Leopold Ross & Bobby Krlic
Almost Holy

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Uniform
Ghosthouse

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Jenny Hval
Blood Bitch

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Various
Killed By Deathrock Vol. 2

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Marching Church
Telling It Like It Is

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