In 2017 Psychic TV were commissioned to play a live musical performance alongside a showing of Derek Jarman's 1974 film 'In The Shadow of the Sun'. The performance took place at (where else?) Cafe Oto in London and here is the musical accompaniment for the first time on vinyl and based (I think) on an original soundtrack by Throbbing Gristle.
Dating from 1996, Trip Reset was a Psychic TV album featuring The Angels of Light (not to be confused with the Michael Gira band of the same name nor the pudding of the similar name). It's one of their most psychedelic offerings featuring a Pink Floyd cover and tribute songs to both Syd Barrett and the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. This tasty looking re-issue features new liner notes from Genesis P.Orridge and comes on purple and silver vinyl.
Genesis P-Orridge and Co. return with their follow up to 2014’s Snakes. Features two haunting (as only PTV know how to be) originals as well as continuing their weird-ening of classic songs with reappropriations of “Jump Into The Fire” by Harry Nilsson and The Creation’s “How Does It Feel To Feel”.
Take another glimpse into the unique world of Genesis P-Orridge’s Psychic TV with Fishscales Falling: A Smorgasbord ov Delights, the second volume of a mixtape series that plucks out all sorts of treats from the archives, mostly unreleased. Remixes, demos and live tracks are all swirled up into a nutritious collection of strange. 12” on Sweet Nothing.
To commemorate the entire Psychic TV discography being made available digitally for the first time we get this vinyl edition of some of the many demos, live tracks, outtakes and band favourites from Genesis P.Orridge's shapeshifting outfit. Comes on white and transparent yellow vinyl. Originally an RSD16 edition but still some copies available.
Inger Lorre of Infamous Nymphs kicked out these particular jams to an adoring sold-out crowd Live At The Viper Room, and these recordings have now (thank god!) surfaced. The sound is a raw unleashing of energy, with a Siouxsie & The Banshees cover chucked in along with original Lorre numbers. Evidently a great night was had: now relive it on your turntable. 2LP on Sweet Nothing.
This is the soundtrack of the remarkable story of the pandrogyne project between Genesis P. Orridge and his/her partner Lady Jaye in which by way of thousands of pounds worth of plastic surgery Genesis more resembled his/her wife. A tale where the lyrics of the Beautiful South song 'We Are Each Other' came true. The great soundtrack features lots Genesis's projects such as Psychic TV, Thee Majesty and other collaborations.
Japanese girl-trio The 188.8.131.52’s have been providing the world with punked-up rockabilly sounds since 1989, and this compilation captures their earliest singles. Much of this material has never really been properly available outside of Japan, so Bomb The Rocks is a great opportunity to get on board with some high-energy joy music.