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Steve Maxwell Von Braund
Return To Monster Planet

Steve Maxwell Von Braund is an Australian musician who, as well as being a solo artist, was a member of the space-rock band Cybertron. His 1975 solo LP 'Monster Planet' is a trailblazing outsider classic that blended Krautrock and space-rock. Record label The Roundtable has been digging around in the vaults to find more recordings made between 1974 and 1981. 'Return To Monster Planet' is the result of all that digging. 
  • Vinyl LP (SIR019)
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Various
Pyramid Pieces 1: Modal & Eco Jazz From Australia 1969 - 1979

Pyramid Pieces 1: Modal & Eco Jazz From Australia 1969 - 1979 is a six-track compilation exploring an overlooked decade in Australian jazz, an isolated scene that’s never properly been documented. Includes six rare pieces of modal, spiritual and 'eco jazz' from the likes of Jazz Co-Op, Galapogos Duck and The Alan Lee Quartet. 
  • Vinyl LP (PYR01)
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Ian MacFarlane
Planetarium

Shhh... it's private press. Have some respect. This much unknown ambient synth record was made by Cybotron maverick Ian MacFarlane, whose music may once have been a little weird to most ears. An experimentalist with conspiracies and surrealisms in his head, he envisioned Planetarium as a suite of meditations relating new age music to the galaxy. The start of a great MacFarlane unearthing.
  • Vinyl LP (PM003)
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Klaus Schulze
Next of Kin

The deep library that is Klaus Schulze’s catalogue grows a little larger with this release, which answers the question that many Shulze-heads have asked over the years: did he create an original soundtrack to the 1982 film Next Of Kin? In fact he did, though the score was never used or heard… Until now! This thought-lost music has been brought back, remastered, and presented to us at last. Via The Roundtable.

Tolley & Dara
Cutheart

Jazz bass, synth and percussion improvisations you say? Well. step right up for Cutheart by Aussie couple, Tolley & Dara. The album has been pieced together from a bunch of live improvised recordings made in 1979. David Tolley is a renowned Australian jazz bassist who has played one album by The Brian Brown Quartet and also formed Ex- with Gong’s Daevid Allen. He also brings a rack of analogue synths to this party. Dure Dara is a percussionist who dabbles in everything hitable from the normal to the exotic. Limited edition reissue LP on The Roundtable.

Teisco
Tuscan Castle And Country Seat

Italian library music is full of strange treasures, but here’s one that particularly stands out. Tuscan Castle and Country Seat, put together in 1978 for a TV documentary by the young composer Teisco, is full of psychedelic electronics and krauty guitars and rhythms, assembled in ways that seem far too attention-grabbing for background music. Replica reissue on The Roundtable.

Charles Wain
The Last Wave (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Last Wave is a crucial work of Australian New Wave cinema. The soundtrack, produced by a certain Charles Wain, counterpoints the atmosphere of rural Australia and Aboriginal culture with experimental electronic sounds, casting a vivid eerie atmosphere over the picture. The soundtrack has never been released before now! 180g LP on The Roundtable.

Billy Mitchel
Electronic Dance (From The Motion Picture Walkabout)

Nic Roeg’s astonishing 1971 film Walkabout is a psychedelic exploration of the outback fuelled by a soundtrack that mixed orchestral cues with overhead bursts of psych-pop. The Roundtable have pressed one of these strange lost songs to 7” vinyl. Billy Mitchel’s Electronic Dance (From The Motion Picture Walkabout) is an intense mix of jazz drumming, homemade electronics and surreal tape experimentation that lives up to the film’s acid-fried reputation.

Arena
Arena

This album, the only record made by the selection of Australia-based session musicians who went under the name Arena, is so revered by collectors of jazz-funk and rare grooves that it is very hard to find any of the scarce original pressings. But this material is too strong, too interesting, too special for that to remain the case: hence this Record Store Day reissue!

Armando Sciascia
Violin Reactions

Armando Sciascia has done significant work soundtracking odd wonders of Italian cinema, but also had a sideline in experimental library musics. Violin Reactions is of the latter group, with a mass of strings swirling around synthesiser lines and percussion. An extremely rare and desirable release, now out in the world again thanks to The Roundtable label.

Armando Sciascia
Sea Fantasy

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Cosmic Eye
Dream Sequence

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Egisto Macchi
Citta Notte

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Alessandro Alessandroni
Prisma Sonoro

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Armando Sciascia
Impressions in Rhythm & Sound

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Ennio Morricone
Il Sorriso Del Grande Tentatore

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Fabio Fabor / Armando Sciascia
Infini

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John Barry
Walkabout (Original Motion Picture Score)

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Ennio Morricone
Controfase

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Egisto Macchi
Bioritmi

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Gianfranco Plenizio
La Gatta In Calore

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Ennio Morricone and Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consananza
A Quiet Place In The Country

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Berto Pisano & Jacques Chaumont
Kill

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