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Astral Social Club & Grumbling Fur Time Machine Orchestra
Plasma Splice Trifle

Some substantial time in the making, here is the recorded team-up of Yorkshire’s finest ecstatic noise-bliss project Astral Social Club with Grumbling Fur, aka Daniel O’Sullivan and Alexander Tucker. What a potent trio. Loads of sonic material here, for good time overloads. Released by VHF, who can always be counted on for some quality wild stuff.
  • Vinyl LP (VHF147)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

Pelt
Pearls From The River

Oh yes oh yes, a serious classic here from Pelt, captured here in their killer line-up of Mike Gangloff, Patrick Best and Jack Rose in 2003. Acousti folk-drone raga bliss, rustled up in one deep session, with tamboura, esraj and baritone banjo joining Rose’s sublime guitar. Pearls From The River is here reissued to vinyl for the very first time. On VHF.

Bruce Russell & Luke Wood
Visceral Realists

Bruce Russell of The Dead C is always up to something, and in this case it is a duo with Luke Wood. High ideas and low sounds mix perfectly here, with Wood adding various instruments to Russell’s noisy assortment. Scratchy old record loops are at the core of these eight slimline cuts. Visceral Realists is released by VHF.

The Slowest Lift
The Slowest Lift

The Slowest Lift is, I am pleased to announce, the sweet team-up of Todmorden’s finest Sophie Cooper and Vibracathedral Orchestra / Piss Superstition man Julian Bradley. Both are excellent at handling linear, semi-abstract and fully messed-up sounds, and this debut album of theirs is a strange and wonderful trip to take. Vinyl release from VHF.

Wingtip Sloat
Purge & Swell / The Lost Decade

Who remembers Wingtip Sloat from the 90s? Well I certainly do. Their slash and burn, lop sided lo-fi sat somewhere in the minefield between Pavement and Truman's Water making them regulars on the John Peel show. Well, now they are back with not only a brand new album but a 31 track bonus disc of what they've been up to in between times.  

Flying Saucer Attack
In Search Of Spaces

Unlike their comparatively peaceful recordings, the live Flying Saucer Attack were a racket of trebly guitars and visceral improvised semi-compositions ensuring that live attempts were often a mess/inspired often at the same time. This live document is a rare chance to hear the beast in action and for this special 2LP vinyl edition comes with a bonus Jim O'Rourke re-work of some of the material. 

Jack Rose
Opium Musick

VHF have just launched a crucial series of reissues of the music of Jack Rose, a major voice in experimental acoustic guitar music, both on his own and as a member of Pelt. 2003’s Opium Musick features Rose holding forth on 12-string and 6-string guitar, as well as a lap guitar. As with all his work, there is a deep engagement with ragtime and blues history at work here. LP reissue.

Jack Rose
Red Horse, White Mule

VHF have just launched a crucial series of reissues of the music of Jack Rose, a major voice in experimental acoustic guitar music, both on his own and as a member of Pelt. Red Horse, White Mule is his 2002 debut album as a solo artist. It pairs a series of shorter pieces with a colossally deep raga that fills up a whole side of the vinyl. What a beautiful talent.

Aethenor
Hazel

Aethenor is the ever-unusual combination of two members of Ulver, big Sunn O))) guitar-drone man Stephen O’Malley and London’s free-jazz drummer supreme Steve Noble. This album, sourced from 2010 live recordings, finds the players meeting each other in the middle for remarkable, highly-atmospheric, and more or less unclassifiable music. Hazel is out on the ever-solid VHF label.