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Luboš Fišer
Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders

Back in 2006 Finders Keepers released the score for Jaromil Jires’ 1970 film Valerie A Týden Divů (translation: Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders). Now, more than a decade on, they’re doing it all again. The film is one of the last and best works of the Czech New Wave, and ...view item »

Serge Gainsbourg & Jean-Claude Vannier
Les Chemins De Katmandou

Here is some very rare Serge Gainsbourg material, previously thought lost in a fire. Les Chemins De Katmandou, put together with key collaborator Jean-Claude...view item »

Martin Hannett & Steve Hopkins
All Sorts Of Heroes

Pressed for the first time on vinyl this is a lost experiment by legendary Factory producer Martin Hannett and Invisible Girls Steve Hopkins.  Initially soundtracking a short film which never saw the light of day this is a bass heavy piece of cartoon funk/disco which draws parallels with Hannett's work with ESG. Also we are...view item »

Suzanne Ciani
Buchla Concerts 1975

Suzanne Ciani worked for the Buchla synthesiser company at the time of these live recordings, meaning that she was an absolutely sublime player of this complex system. The material on Buchla Concerts has not been circulated in recorded form before, so this vinyl release on Finders Keepers is something of a revelation....view item »

Suzanne Ciani
Help, Help, The Globolinks!

Oooh! Never-before-released music from Suzanne Ciani, written in 1980 for Gian Carlo Menotti’s children’s opera Help, Help, The Globolinks!. Ciani works her synthesiser into bold shapes that manage to push exciting musical boundaries while still keeping things suitable for t...view item »


A truly lost work here from an Italian library music composer known as Lamartine. Reportage has never previously been released (not only a little bit), which is a great shame when you hear how compellingly inquisitive it sounds. 1970’s synth experimentalism, somewhere between the regions of GRM and komische. On Fi...view item »

Billy Green
Stone: Finders Keepers 10th Anniversary Edition

Stone: Finders Keepers 10th Anniversary Edition presents the soundtrack to the cult-classic biker movie, a set of psychedelic rock jams drenched in reverb, acid, and atmosphere. This anniversary edition of Billy Green’s masterpiece comes with updated liner notes and a beautiful sleeve that incorporates the origina...view item »

The B-Music Of Jean Rollin 1968-1975

Jean Rollin was a French vampire film maker and was also famed for being at the forefront of the Horrotica movement. The B-Music of Jean Rollin 1968-1975 collects together music from the late director’s films to celebrate his legacy. Includes tracks by ...view item »

Ami Shavit
In Alpha Mood

Ami Shavit is thought to be one of the first Israelis to dabble in electronics, and In Alpha Mood represents these experiments in vinyl form. Originally issued as a private press release with a small run and limited publicity, the record has had a fraction of the attention it deserves: thanks due then to Finders Keepers...view item »

Gökçen Kaynatan
Gökçen Kaynatan

Gökçen Kaynatan is a lesser-known Turkish music mastermind, responsible for changing the way the Turkish industry worked with his studio innovations. As far as his own work goes, he only ever released four 7” singles, but boy what singles; funky experimental electronic r...view item »

Emma De Angelis
Emma De Angelis

Finders Keepers continue to unroot the finest forgotten tunes. Emma de Angelis was an Italian library composer and musician who created music for TV and film alongside some of the Italian greats; Alessandro Alessandroni...view item »

Maria Teresa Luciani
Sounds Of The City

Maria Teresa Luciani’s bold electronic album Sounds Of The City, from 1972, is richly deserving of a reissue and some serious attention. Luciani’s array of sound materials and concepts is huge (encompassing tape loops, found sound samples, intuitive and academic approaches, pop and noise) an...view item »

Nahid Akhtar
I Am Black Beauty

Lollywood film music is occasionally overshadowed by its biggest neighbour, Bollywood. However, straight out of Lollywood’s ‘I Am Black Beauty’ is the films’ soundtrack that has been remastered and released on ‘Finders Keepers’; who have a habit of plucking quality soundtracks out of Asian films and making the...view item »

Daniela Casa
Sovrapposizione Di Immagini

Pioneer of experimental pop music and abstract electronics, Rome born synthesist Daniela Casa is arguably deserved of being a household name. ‘Sovrapposizione Di Immagini’ compiles a diverse selection of previously unavailable instrumental compositions - from nature documentary scores to Italian thrillers - that Casa recorded at her ...view item »

Suzanne Ciani
Fish Music

Suzanne Ciani was commissioned to produce this music by the developers of a 70’s shopping mall to accompany their aquarium. Ciani took this opportunity to whisk up some watery magic with her Buchla synthesiser, creating an organic ecosystem of bleeps and bubbles. Her Fish Music has now been retrie...view item »

Eric Feremans
The Antwerp Killer

Supposedly this is “one of the rarest vinyl horror soundtracks of all time”, so plenty of reason for B-movie / synth-score fans to be excited: you can finally get your hands on The Antwerp Killer! Eric Feremans designed many of the synthesisers used here himself, which explains how he knows how to use them t...view item »

Stefano Marcucci
Tempo Di Demoni, Papi, Angioli, Incensi E Cilici

Crazy stuff right here from a squad of Italy’s ever-productive 70’s library music makers. Tempo Di Demoni, Papi, Angioli, Incensi E Cilici is a mini-rock opera with theatrical psychedelic pop touches and madly demonic themes. This particular work of Stefano Marucci has been badly neglected by posterity, but ...view item »

Gerardo Iacoucci
Le Avventure

Finders Keepers have continued their ever persistent archive digging and come across some italian library gems. Originally released in 1970 across three LPs, Gerardo Iacoucci’s Le Avventure was not so much a mini series but a blueprint for mood music, covering all aspects you can image, from jazz and funk to piano...view item »

Graeme Miller & Steve Shill
The Moomins

When I was a child I taped the Moomins Theme tune off the telly and my dad thought I'd written it. The truth was though that it and all the other incidental music from the show was written by two chaps in Leeds. It's a wonderful comforting soundtrack that will take you back to those carefree days of watching telly and playing. And now those nice...view item »

Alan Parker
One Summer

1983’s British TV show One Summer was blessed with a particularly interesting soundtrack produced by Alan Parker, whose session work saw him turning up on Kate Bush and David Bowie records. All sorts of sharp atmospheres here. The whole of his original score (the tracks are very s...view item »

Jean-Bernard Raiteux
Les Demons

Les Demons is an excellent example of the sexually explicit 1970’s nunsploitation B-movie genre, featuring plenty of lewd nudeness and blasphemy, all with that special 70’s sheen. Naturally such a film has a seedy-groovy soundtrack to match, provided by Jean-Bernard Raiteux. A bit porny, a bit spooky, and qu...view item »

Bixio, Frizzi, Tempera
Magnetic Systems

The trio of Bixio, Frizzi, Tempera share a huge amount of talent between them, being involved in a large amount of the amazing film music that came out of Italy in the 1970’s. The tracks compiled on Magnetic Systems were recorded with the commercial instrumental pop market in mind, and are frankly wild: gaudy synt...view item »

Jean-Claude Vannier
L'Enfant Assassin Des Mouches Alternate Takes

L’Enfant Assassin Des Mouches is a cult favourite among fans of avant-garde pop and French concept albums, and it was thought lost until 2005. But now we go even more obscure than that, with some alternate takes from that album’s sessions that were thought to be even more lost until recently! 7” on Finders Keepers....view item »

Masahiko Sato

It’s another Finders Keepers reissue so you just know it’s gonna be good. And it is. We have here the first-ever reissue of a rarity; Belladonna by Mashahiko Sato which was the soundtrack to a Japanese film on witchcraft. The music is psychedelic, cascading, crashing jazz which sound...view item »

Adan Jodorowsky
The Dance Of Reality

Finders Keepers are busily issuing the soundtracks to Alejandro Jodorowsky’s films, and The Dance Of Reality, his first film in decades, released only last year, is soundtracked by his son, Adan Jodorowsky, working in a richly cinematic mode. Director-supervised transfer from the original master t...view item »

Krozier & The Generator

Tranceformer is a sincerely bizarre record from Geoff Krozier & The Generator. Odd synth patterns spiral around in the background along with other random samples, while Krozier intones strange monologues / commands over the top in his Australian voice. Very rare in its original private-press edition...view item »

Jean-Claude Vannier
L'Enfant Assassin Des Mouches

Über-rare in original pressing form (and relatively rare by now in its first Finders Keepers reissue edition), L’Enfant Assassin Des Mouches is a cult wonder. Super-fresh sounding French odd-rock / odd-pop from the 1960’s, with the mastermind Jean-Claude Vannier utilising proggish jamming and soaring ch...view item »

Bruce Ditmas
Yellow Dust

Progressive pop synthesist Bruce Ditmas began life as a teen prodigy jazz drummer in Miami Beach where he was raised until he was relocated to New York where he eventually met up with vocalist Joan La Barbara (later Mrs Morton Subotnick). La Barbara encouraged Ditmas in his experiments in heavy electronic rhythms and the potential of musical tec...view item »

Disco Dildar

The fantastic Finders Keepers has dug deep once again, this time into some mighty fine Indian and Pakistani party tunes to create Disco Dildar. It’s funky and plain crazy synth, drum machine tunes in the same vein as those great obscure pop odd-balls such as William Onyeabor or Bru...view item »

Emerald Web
Whispered Visions

New Age power couple Kat Epple and Bob Stohl named themselves Emerald Web because it sounded cooler than their earth names, and made music on synthesizers to sooth and startle; synth was the centrepiece, but the duo were interested in piling organic instrumentation onto their electronic foundations. 'Whispered Visions' took over three ...view item »

Bollywood Bloodbath

Finders Keepers compilations are always a rewarding and indulgent listen, and this collection of tracks from Bollywood horror film scores is no exception. The spooky edge is totally up my street, too. As you'd imagine, these are pretty accessible cuts without a lot of melody and charm. Wh...view item »

Bruno Spoerri
Teddy Bar / Lilith

“German yet fun”, screams a slightly racist quote from 808 State’s Graham Massey in the press release to Swiss composer Bruno Spoerri’s previous reissue on the mighty Finders Keepers. Well, everyone liked t...view item »

Thai? Dai!

I'm so into all of this archive far Eastern stuff at the moment you've no idea. I can't help myself when it comes in and I'm particularly enjoying the slew of Thai comps that have come out lately. Finders Keepers continue their quest to plunder the world's psych-funk vaults to bring you a new selection of Thai tracks comprising of the heavier si...view item »

Emerald Web
The Stargate Tapes

The first time I gave this record a spin I was reminded immediately of that most decent Kat Epple & Bob Stohl LP on Dead Cert, thinking that there were some striking similarities between both records. Not just the fact that these are antholog...view item »

Lubos Fiser

Those lovely people at Finders Keepers have a double portion of cult Czech cinema for you this week in the form of these soundtracks to 1969/72 films by “Czech New Wave Master of Macabre” Jujaj Herz. The first is 1972’s ‘Morgiana’, scored by ...view item »

Lubos Fiser / Zdenek Liska
Morgiana / The Cremator

Those lovely people at Finders Keepers have a double portion of cult Czech cinema for you this week in the form of these soundtracks to 1969/72 films by “Czech New Wave Master of Macabre” Jujaj Herz. The first is 1972’s ‘Morgiana’, scored by Lubos F...view item »

Electronic Rock

The teenage pet project of Andy Popplewell (who has since gone on become on of the UK’s leading independent tape engineers/editors/archivists) is a quite unique record but one which fits in with the recent vogue for re-issues from the most unlikely and unusual of sources. Popplewell at aged 17 built his own synthesizer - which is an achiev...view item »

Don & Stevie
Don & Stevie

Finders Keepers keep the dream alive with another collection of rare gems from back in the day. This time they’ve come up trumps with a collection of completely unheard tracks by Don Gere (most notable for his totally fucked psych soundtrack to the classic &ls...view item »

X Ray Pop
Pirate! The Dark Side Of The X

We are in despair. We’ve listened to three records in a row that were so bad we just couldn’t bring ourselves to review them and I’ve thrown them into stock hoping people are daft enough to buy them. Instead we delve back to 1985, so hop into the back of my Vauxhall Cavalier sports hatch and I’ll put this tape into the ta...view item »


First up, it's good see Finders Keepers back on their feet and releasing vinyl again. This strictly limited 7" is a companion release to their eagerly awaited compilation of ‘70s Mancunian hard rock, heavy funk and hairy prog rarities entit...view item »

Gary Sloan and Clone

Now this is interesting. Coming out of Alaska in 1980 this a rag tag hybrid of of synth pop, New Age, lo-fi blues, techno, folk funk and prog rock, throughout its extremely melancholic and affecting. Opener ‘Harmonitalk’ is like Devo and Kraftwerk collaborating to play the Theme f...view item »

Life Is Dance

Here's Finders Keepers' sequel to the awesome Sound of Wonder album that they did a few years ago. That was one of my favourite albums of whatever year it was released. It's full of some of the most insanely inventive and unusual music I've heard before. Life is Dance continues the quest ...view item »

Suzanne Ciani

With the whole glut of analogue synth wannabes doing the rounds nowadays, Finders Keepers have done us the favour of compiling, with the cooperation of the artist herself, this sweeping anthology of Suzanne Ciani's electronic creations spanning from 1969 to '85. We've got a mixture of exte...view item »

Paper Dollhouse
A Box Painted Black

Here's one on Votel's missus Jane Weaver's Bird imprint. Paper Dollhouse is the alter-ego of a certain Astrud Steehouder, who here has put together a quiet record of solitary and minimal songs. For the most part this album just has her understated voice and hushed, picked electric guitar, ...view item »


Finders Keepers follow their 'universally loved by everyone on the planet pretty much' Pomegranates comp with this... The first of a reissue programme of the Iranian '70s starlet Googoosh. Who? Apparently all of her records were destroyed after the Iranian revolution of 1979 so her wares have been tricky to find should anyone have actually heard...view item »

Solla Solla

Some insane lo-fi electronic pop/psychedelic funk here from 1977-1983. Lovingly compiled from no less than sixteen Indian Tamil language feature films - an industry known as Kollywood! Tracks were sourced from rare 45's and EP's. Reading the sleevenotes, at the height of his career, this man was averaging 50 full-length scores a year. That's lik...view item »

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