Royal Trux - 3 Song EP

ZONE -To the Centre of the Cyclone

Zone Sword of the Sun 1988 Formed 1988, Abertawe, United Kingdom Andrew Cadmore, Chris Brandrick Neofolk, Dark Ambient, Neoclassical Darkwave

Ruth Polaroïd/Roman/Photo (1985)

Drowning Pool Black Baghdad 1989

Drowning Pool ( album Aphonia (1989) LA's ORIGINAL Drowning Pool - Din

Drowning Pool Aphonia (1989) Taken from LA's / Orange County's original Drowning Pool's 1989 instrumental album Aphonia. Drowning Pool played numerous venues in the Southern California area opening up for the likes of bands like the Cocteau Twins, The Fall, and even Skinny Puppy. They played along side other bands like Savage Republic, The Abecedarians, Psi-Com, Homeland, Red Temple Spirits. More info on this band can be found on Facebook and Myspace under Drowning Pool 1984 (the year they formed). Outtakes from Aphonia would later appear on the 1990 Drowning Pool project release Mumbles - Two Clouds CD on Italy's Viva Records. According to Adam Elesh: "Din is the Celtic god of war and I was making commentary on this aspect of human behaviour". Adam Elesh and Brett Smith have a new CD out under the new project called KinderCrowdControl and also features Brett Smith (Drowning Pool) on bass. The CD is now out and limited to 1,000 numbered copies

Blixa Bargeld - Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Missing Foundation - Cia World's Fair

Les Claypool (Primus) 1994 | Music History #01

SHOCKABILLY live at Tin Pan Alley 3/30/85

Shockabilly Day Tripper

Catherine Ribeiro + Alps Jusqu'à ce que la force de t'aimer me manque

FELT "Cathedral" [ 12" Version ]

Sparks - Girl From Germany

The Soft Boys "I'm an Old Pervert" [Original LP Version]

JOY DIVISION - KOMAKINO - 7" (flexi disc) Single (1980) HiDef :: SOTW #293

The Sound - Brute Force

Bauhaus - Terror Couple Kill Colonel

Bird Blobs - Head That Talks

The Psychedelic Furs - Mr. Jones (Single Version) [Audio]

Pretenders The Wait (2018 Remaster)

The Only Ones - You've Got To Pay (2008 re-mastered Version)

Pel Mel - Ipaneema Mon Amour

King Crimson - Improv - The Fright Watch (Live at the Concertbebouw, Amsterdam, Nov. 23...

The Beatles play with the Moog Synthesizer, 1969 today George Harrison purchases a Moog modular synthesizer

today In 1969: George Harrison purchases a Moog modular synthesizer. Beatles Use Moog Synthesizer On Abbey Road Sessions The Abbey Road recording sessions found the Beatles experimenting in the studio with a brand new instrument: the Moog synthesizer "I first heard about the Moog synthesizer in America. I had to have mine made specially, Mr Moog had only just invented it. It was enormous, with hundreds of jackplugs and 2 keyboards." - George Harrison

Nurse With Wound - Salt Marie Celeste


Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - She's Leaving (2003 Digital Remaster)

DAVID SYLVIAN - Krishna Blue

David Sylvian’s late solo career (Every Colour You Are, Krishna Blue, The Good Son, The Banality of Evil, Snow White In Appalachia) In 1991, a decade after their breakup, David Sylvian found a more complete closure with his ex-Japan bandmates when they decided to convene in the studio under a new guise, Rain Tree Crow. The group’s sole album suggests the direction Japan could have gone had they continued on together, with earthy instrumentals and gauzy balladry like “Every Colour You Are.” Sylvian and his brother Jansen also continue to play together in Nine Horses, their trio with German producer Burnt Friedman who helped bring a neo-soul energy to “The Banality of Evil” and their sole full-length, 2005’s Snow Borne Sorrow. Sylvian has released a lot of material over the past two decades, but it has arrived sporadically and with a seeming intent to move away from traditional songwriting. This impulse began simply enough with Dead Bees on a Cake, an album reflective of the push and pull between his spiritual and earthly desires. “Krishna Blue,” for example, expresses this musically with Indian percussion and acoustic guitar representing Sylvian’s dual interests. The breathy spoken-word interlude from his then-wife singer Ingrid Chavez further complicates matters. On 2003’s Blemish, one of the first releases on his own Samadhisound label, Sylvian sets himself completely free. That album, a musical excoriation of his mental state following the end of his marriage, includes tracks like “The Good Son” that put his own dark croon against the improvised guitar of Derek Bailey. Six years later, on Manafon, Sylvian’s lyrics and music would become even more abstract. After his collaborators (including British jazz titans Evan Parker and John Tilbury, as well as turntablist Otomo Yoshihide) improvised, he took their recordings and quickly wrote and recorded lyrics to them, winding up with abstract wonders like “Snow White In Appalachia,” a song about a woman breaking free from a bad domestic situation set to a creaking, droning tune. Manafon would be one of the last times Sylvian would commit his voice to a piece of music. The work he has done since has explored buzzing blasts of ambient sound, minimalist compositions utilizing shortwave radio samples and crinkling electronic noise, and various flavors of dissonance and resonance. Even as his work has taken on a more idiosyncratic, mystical tone, his creative mind remains agile and curious and brilliant as ever.


David Sylvian’s early solo career (Forbidden Colours, Red Guitar, River Man, Orpheus, Brightness Falls) David Sylvian’s solo career got off to an auspicious start with the help of former Yellow Magic Orchestra member Ryuichi Sakamoto. Sakamoto had written the musical theme for Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, a World War II film in which he starred opposite David Bowie, and he needed vocals and lyrics for it. What Sakamoto and Sylvian created together was an instant classic, with Sylvian playing beautifully off of Sakamoto’s Satie-inspired melody with lyrics of spiritual and romantic yearning. The track solidified Sylvian’s position in the world of British pop music. From that same MOJO interview, he said, “It opened a door. I thought, ‘OK, I’m ready,’ and I started writing Brilliant Trees.” As he began composing that solo album, he hewed closer to a pop aesthetic, beginning with “Red Guitar,” an upbeat tune featuring Sakamoto on piano. ut as the first chapter of his solo career continued, he balanced out his more easily accessible work with experimental compositions. Sometimes that dichotomy was as blatant as with his second full-length Gone To Earth, a double LP that put slow-moving, rapturous pop songs like “River Man” on one disc and a set of ambient instrumentals on the second. Sylvian combined the two elements on follow-up Secrets of the Beehive where even the sea shanty-like “Orpheus” is cut through with droning strings and graceful synth tones. Throughout the ’80s Sylvian cultivated creative relationships with a flock of other forward-thinking artists, including former Can bassist Holger Czukay, Be-Bop Deluxe leader Bill Nelson, and jazz musicians Kenny Wheeler and David Torn. King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp even asked Sylvian to join his band. When that offer was rejected, they instead collaborated on The First Day, an album of loud, funk-infused rock that includes the Hendrix-inspired “Brightness Falls.”

JAPAN - Adolescent Sex

Japan formed in the early ’70s when David Sylvian, his brother Steve Jansen, and three friends, all besotted by pop and glam, gathered whatever instruments they could afford and learned to write songs by copying their favorite T. Rex, Lou Reed, and Motown tunes. The sound that the band developed feels startling compared to where it began. Japan’s first two albums, Adolescent Sex and Obscure Alternatives (both released in 1978), were, by and large, outliers within the group’s discography. The quintet were still attempting to reach the creative – and hopefully commercial – heights of Be-Bop Deluxe and Roxy Music. The title track to Adolescent Sex is deliciously snotty disco rock leavened by keyboardist Richard Barbieri’s glassy synth tones, and the group slashes through, of all things, a cover of “Don’t Rain On My Parade,” a song written for the musical Funny Girl, with sharpened claws.

Townes Van Zandt - Big Country Blues


Circuit Des Yeux - Brainshift

Anna von Hausswolff - Mountains Crave (live)

Soap&Skin - Me And The Devil

Frank Zappa - Stink-Foot (A Token Of His Extreme)

Frank Zappa - "St. Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast" (Drums Transcription) ...

Frank Zappa - St. Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast From the album (do álbum) "Apostrophe (')" (1974) Drums (bateria) - Ralph Humphrey

Frank Zappa Muffin Man Live 1977 HD

Frank Zappa album Zappa In New York -The Black Page Drum Solo/Black Page #1 (Deluxe Bonus Version/Live)

Esta composição surgiu registada no álbum Zappa in New York, gravado ao vivo em 1976, mas veio a transformar-se depois numa nova versão. Nesta, o ritmo permanecia o mesmo mas sobre ele nascia uma nova melodia, com uso extensivo de cromatismos que lhe imprimiam uma complexidade de um nível comparável àquela que se encontrava nos padrões rítmicos. O próprio Zappa acabou por criar depois uma outra versão da obra em que suavizava algumas arestas rítmicas e colocava a melodia sobre uma batida rock, procurando assim chegar a um público mais alargado e deixando para sempre em aberto a questão sobre o género em que a obra se enquadra (questão essa que se coloca, aliás, em grande parte da obra do compositor norte-americano). É esta versão que dá origem ao arranjo para sopros de Jean-Michel Bossini, onde fagote e trompa assumem o papel de sustentação rítmica e harmónica e a melodia é entregue à flauta, oboé e clarinete, quase sempre em uníssono ou à oitava.


Paul Leary - What Are You Gonna Do? (Official Shimmy-Disc Video)

Butthole Surfers’ Paul Leary on the band’s SF jump-start, new solo LP

Crossroads guitar battle Butthole Surfers' Paul Leary vs Steve Vai

My Bloody Valentine - Map Ref. 41°N 93°W (Wire Cover) [Rare]

Wire "Pink Flag" Live (HD, Official) | Moshcam

Wire Lowdown Middle East Boston 2008

Minimal Compact 1991

Missing Persons - It Ain't None Of Your Business

Missing Persons / Spring Session M CD (2021 Remastered & Expanded Edition) Voltar ao catálogo Detalhes do produto Formed in 1980 by the core trio of Dale and Terry Bozzio along with Warren Cuccurullo, Missing Persons perfectly fit into the New Wave movement. With her quirky singing style and colorful homemade attire put together from various forms of plastic, along with anything else that captured her interest, Dale Bozzio created a unique image that was both ear and eye candy. Husband Terry brought powerhouse drumming to their sound that was impressive and astounding, and added immediate credibility. Warren brought a rocking guitar sound that could either provide a melodic accompaniment or blistering solo, all with a distinctive sound that was very much his own. Missing Persons’ first release was a 7” 4-track EP that quickly became a west coast hit with the immediate high energy of Mental Hopscotch, a song which the band mimed to in the 1981 movie Lunch Wagon. This was enough to catch the attention of Capitol Records who signed Missing Persons and re-released a slightly modified 12” version of the EP in 1982. Replacing the quirky cover of The Doors’ track Hello, I Love You with a new composition called Words, Dale Bozzio could regularly be seen reciting the lyrics “Do you hear me? Do you care…” in the music video on MTV, which was put into heavy rotation. Released in late 1982, the full length debut album Spring Session M (an anagram for the band’s name) became an instant hit, eventually achieving Gold status. Now including additional members Patrick O’Hearn and Chuck Wild on bass and keyboards, the music video for the hit single Destination Unknown was put into heavy rotation on MTV and video shows around the country. Two additional chart singles, Windows and Walking In L.A., were also released. Rubellan Remasters is proud to reissue the full catalog of the original Missing Persons, starting with Spring Session M. Dynamically remastered from original master tapes from the Universal Music tape archive, Spring Session M not only includes the original 12 album tracks, but has been expanded to include the additional songs from the debut EP. As an added bonus, a previously unreleased 1983 mix of the 1980 archive song Action Reaction has been included to round out the 16 tracks. 1. Noticeable One 2. Windows 3. It Ain't None Of Your Business 4. Destination Unknown 5. Walking In L.A. 6. U.S. Drag 7. Tears 8. Here And Now 9. Words 10. Bad Streets 11. Rock And Roll Suspension 12. No Way Out Bonus Tracks: 13. I Like Boys 14. Mental Hopscotch 15. Hello, I Love You 16. Action Reaction

SPK ‎– One World

Moving away from the industrial noise they were originally associated with, SPK became a highly melodic electronic duo for their album ‘Machine Age Voodoo’. Still retaining subtle elements of the industrial sound, SPK music was danceable yet delicate, melodic and at times ethereal. With a backing track provided by future film composer Graeme Revell and vocals provided by Sinan, ‘Machine Age Voodoo’ became a classic at a time when New Wave was transitioning into a more danceable Alternative Rock. Officially licensed from Warner Music Group and dynamically mastered from original master tapes, the album has never sounded better. This brand new edition also contains 6 bonus tracks never previously released on CD, including the original 1983 recording of ‘Metal Dance’, the track ‘Thin Ice’, which was previously unavailable in the U.S., and several rare remixes and extended versions.

Visage - Night Train

Visage / The Anvil CD available 1/17/2020 After their initial success with the hit single Fade To Grey and the self-titled debut album, Visage returned in 1982 with another groundbreaking and innovative album, The Anvil. Including the UK top 20 singles The Damned Don't Cry and Night Train, The Anvil soared into the UK top 10 album chart, firmly establishing the New Romantic super group as bonafide hit makers. With sophisticated dance beats and haunting melodies, masterminded primarily by Ultravox front man Midge Ure and delivered by the inimitable Steve Strange, Visage had their legacy guaranteed. This brand new 2020 edition CD reissue of The Anvil has been newly remastered from original master tapes and boasts 7 bonus tracks including B sides, rare dance mixes, and a previously unreleased remix, along with an 8-page booklet including extensive sleeve notes.

Danielle Dax - Whistling For His Love (Dance Edit) Track 19 from 'Dark A...

CD available 2/22/19 Mixing a Gothic vibe with experimental sounds and a remarkably versatile voice, Danielle Dax left a lasting mark on Classic Alternative music. Her expression was highly visual as well, as depicted on her record sleeves, music videos and in photographs. Musically, there were no boundaries. Her voice could waver up to beautiful highs or down to menacing lows as she strummed a guitar over a dark dance tune or plucked a banjo over a quirky country-tinged number. Her lyrics could tackle the hypocrisy of religion with the catchy dance beat of Big Hollow Man or address a cheating partner with the bouncy toe-tapper Touch Piggy’s Eyes. She could conjure a Glam rocker on the single Cat-House or show an Eastern influence on the experimental Sleep Has No Property. Originally released in 1988, this 30th anniversary edition of the compilation Dark Adapted Eye represents the always captivating Danielle Dax from 1985-1988. In addition to the original 12 album tracks, this newly remastered edition includes additional B sides and remixes, some making their debut CD appearance.

And Also The Trees - There Was A Man Of Double Deed (Peel Session)


Coil — Tainted Love

Coil, “Tainted Love” (1985) Originally released by Gloria Jones, 1964 Gloria Jones’ cult Northern Soul single “Tainted Love” has lived many lives since its original release, and even appears on this here list twice in radically different forms. Four years after Soft Cell made the song into a New Wave smash, Coil’s John Balance and Peter Christopherson rearranged it into a stark, painful dirge, interpreted as such to reflect the tragedy of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, complete with an artfully dark video at that. All the fun is sapped from the song and in its place anguish and mourning. But though it might not be obvious at first glance, Coil’s version is connected to Soft Cell’s: In the Museum of Modern Art-exhibited video, Marc Almond makes an ominous cameo as a kind of leather-jacketed angel of death. – Jeff Terich

Bonnie "Prince" Billy - I See A Darkness (Official Video)

Peter Hammill - Film Noir

David Sylvian & Ryuichi Sakamoto Bamboo Houses

Karen Dalton - Something on Your Mind

Iceland 1986 - Making of Current 93/HÖH "Island" Drew McDowall member of Coil,

Pavement - Live Later 1999 - Original Broadcast version

Moondog Monologue (Remastered 2019)


The Bats - Spacejunk

Mute Records Daniel Miller's Top 5 Krautrock Albums

Daniel Miller’s Mute Records has been going for 35 years and is one of the few remaining indie labels that launched in the 70’s. Daniel inadvertently founded the label when he released his own production “T.V.O.D.” / “Warm Leatherette” under the name The Normal. Here he reveals why he loves Krautrock and his favourite five albums

Snapped Ankles - Drink and Glide (Official Video)

successor to THE FALL? The Fall’s lineup changed constantly throughout its four decade lifespan but Mark E. Smith remained an unwavering fixture until his death in 2018. By all accounts an uncompromising and dedicated creative, Smith’s emotional distance from his bandmates and interminable suspicion surrounding anyone involved in the music industry turned the band into a beacon of misanthropy that was attractive to society’s outsiders and underdogs. His caustic lyrics exposed the id of an auto-didactic working man in Thatcher’s Britain – a sixteen year old who worked on Salford docks and took evening classes in A-level literature. Smith will always remain a hard act to follow, but below are just some of the band’s who feel like spiritual successors… Fontaines D.C. slowthai IDLES Sleaford Mods Snapped Ankles

Delta 5 ''Anticipation''

R. Stevie Moore Come My Way

Arab On Radar - God Is Dad

Z'ev - Wipe Out (1982)

Die Engel Des Herrn - The Waltz

Glenn Branca - Carbon Monoxide


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Carter Tutti Carter Tutti Plays Chris & Cosey 2104 Retrodect (2015 Version)

After Dinner - Reflector (paradise of replica)

Coil ‎– Solar Lodge

Roberto Musci & Giovanni Venosta Urban and Tribal Portraits (1988) - Musci Venosta - Technowaltz

Dariush Dolat-Shahi Electronic Music, Tar and Sehtar (1985) - Hur

African Head Charge Off The Beaten Track - Language & Mentality

African Head Charge Environmental Studies (1982) - High Protein Snack

The New Age Steppers - Fade Away

Phew & Yamamoto Seiichi - Hana

Phew - うらはら (Urahara)

Michal Turtle - Village Voice

Recondite - Levo

PINK MILITARY do animals believe in god ? 1980


Nina Hagen Nunsexmonkrock 1982 - Smack Jack

Monoton Monotonprodukt 07 (1982) - Fire

Musique Concrete - Organorgan (Bringing up baby, 1981)

Eyeless In Gaza - One By One (Track 3 from Drumming The Beating Heart LP...

Bruce Gilbert, Daniel Miller, Graham Lewis, - The First Person

Composer: Bruce Gilbert Composer: Daniel Miller Composer: Graham Lewis

David Byrne The Complete Score From "The Catherine Wheel" - His Wife Refused


Egg - Contrasong

Curved Air - Situations [Remastered]

Kevin Ayers The Confessions of Doctor Dream and Other Stories (1974) - Day by Day (2009 Remaster)

Judee Sill - Jesus Was A Cross Maker

The Loft - Why Does The Rain?

The Loft - Time (Richard Hell and the Voidoids cover)

The Loft 'Up The Hill And Down The Slope' 1985

huggy bear - her jazz 7"

The 50 Greatest UK Indie Records Of All Time From the fringes of the mainstream come 50 records of romance and revolt. INSPIRED BY PUNK, angered by Thatcher and in love with ’60s culture, the UK indie scene produced some of the greatest (and oddest) pop records of all time. It all began on December 28, 1976 at Indigo Studios on Gartside Street in Manchester. The Buzzcocks had just recorded and mixed four songs destined for the Spiral Scratch EP. A month later the EP would be released on the band’s own New Hormones label, in the process spawning a scene of musicians, songwriters and labels hell-bent on doing it for themselves. Forged in the political turmoil of the late ’70s and early ’80s, labels such as Postcard, Creation, Factory, Zoo and Rough Trade emerged as maverick flag-bearers of a new eclectic indie aesthetic. The DIY revolution had begun and British pop would never be the same again. From Aztec Camera to Arctic Monkeys, Felt to Franz Ferdinand, Swell Maps to The Smiths, here are MOJO’s 50 essential albums, EPs and singles of homegrown genius.


Marbles - Bottom Of The Sea - Apples in Stereo, there was Marbles, Robert Schneide

Marbles Marbles (1993) Before the Apples in Stereo, there was Marbles, Robert Schneider's first project through which his love for 60s psych pop by way of messy, lo-fi indie rock fully blossomed.

Urban Verbs - Subways

Urban Verbs Urban Verbs (1980) First of two excellent new wave LPs from Urban Verbs. Razor-sharp guitars, a tightly wound rhythm section, and the sneering yet emotionally sincere vocals of band mastermind Roddy Frantz (Talking Head Chris Frantz's brother) -- all while synths burble, oscillate, and squeal. Dive into the frenzy!

Simple Minds - Naked Eye (Remastered 2002)

Simple Minds Real to Real Cacophony (1979) Before they landed on the sparkling, widescreen arena synthpop for which they're known best, Simple Minds created this inventive piece of nervous, experimental post-punk/new wave that many (especially readers of nerdy music blogs) would probably consider their best record.

My Bloody Valentine - Blown A Wish

Tom Waits - "Downtown"

13th Floor Elevators Dr Doom

Catherine Wheel- Phantom of the American Mother


Danielle Dax - Here Come the Harvest Buns

Marc Almond & the Willing Sinners Mother Fist and Her Five Daughters (1987) - There Is a Bed

Giles, Giles & Fripp feat. Judy Dyble - I Talk to the Wind

Fairport Convention Time Will Show The Wiser

HAPPY BIRTHDAY 1949 - Judy Dyble English singer-songwriter Judy Dyble. She was a founding member of Fairport Convention and Trader Horne. In addition, she and multi-instrumental Ian McDonald joined and recorded several tracks with Giles, Giles and Fripp, who later became King Crimson. During Fairport's early live shows in London in the late 1960s Dyble shared stages with acts such as Jimi Hendrix, and Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd. Famously, she sat on the front of the stage at the Speakeasy Club knitting, while Hendrix and Fairport Convention guitarist Richard Thompson jammed. She died on 12 July 2020 age 71.

Shriekback - Under the Lights

FAD GADGET - Make Room

HULA - Poison (Club Mix) - 1986

The Sheffield based band Hula was founded in 1981. Three members (Mark Albrow, Alan Fish and Ron Wright) lived with Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire) and Paul Widger (They must be Russians, Clock DVA, the Box) in a villa called Hula Kula. After trying the bass players Alan Watt, the notorious Chris Brain (Tense, NOS) and Mark Brydon (Chakk, Moloko), and after the replacement of Alan Fish by Nort (both drummed for the Cabs),

Rat Columns · David West - I Can't Live on Love

Rat Columns - Athens

February 12, 2021..... to hear Bright, Agreeable, Optimistic, Energetic, Alternative pop / rock is essentially a catch-all term for post-punk bands from the mid-'80s to the mid-'90s, the sweet melodies of jangle-pop are all tied together by a similar aesthetic - they all existed and operated oustide of the mainstream.

FUGAZI - Strangelight

Quickspace - Gloriana

WILCO - Can't Stand It

Sleater-Kinney - Ironclad

FOUR TET - My Angel Rocks Back And Forth


CURRENT 93 - The Heart Full of Eyes

Barry Andrews, MuargMuarg

Severed Heads Midget Sings

factrix - Center of the Doll

Beat Happening - Revolution come and gone

Art & Language And The Red Crayola - Corrected Slogans Maharashtra

Holger Czukay - Invisible man

Jeffrey Lohn - Duck Dance: Movement 2 (Dance) [Experimental/Avantgarde C...

Om - At Giza

Scott Walker + Sunn O))) - Herod 2014

Scott Walker Track Three (Remastered 2006)

Scott Walker - Dealer (Remastered 2006)

Un drame musical instantané "Pourquoi la nuit?"

David Liebe Hart / Chip The Black Boy Industries- Chip The Black Boy "Black Candles"

David Liebe Hart / Chip The Black Boy Industries - Mini Mutiny

David Liebe Hart · Jad Fair · Jason Willett Martin Lawrence Dream

The Shaggs - Philosophy of the World

Creeps On Candy – Scorpion Dance In The Floating World

Joey Perales - drums. Brain Stern - bass. Rockey Crane - guitar. Matt Decker - vocals. Recorded January 1999 at Polymorph, Oakland CA. Produced by Creeps on Candy and Dan Rathburn. Album : Wonders Of Giardia


Les Quatre Guitaristes de l'Apocalypso-Bar - Scandinavian pedestrian

Townes Van Zandt - Nothin'

John Cale & Terry Riley - The Soul of Patrick Lee

Hail - Chemicals

Cerberus Shoal - Wyrm

African Head Charge - Off the beaten track

Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit - Where's the money

The Residents - The Knife Fight

Moondog - Dark eyes

HHY & The Macumbas - "Houmfort"

Psychic TV - Greyhounds of the future

Les Quatre Guitaristes de l'Apocalypso-Bar - Scandinavian pedestrian

PFS -Sweatshop

1984, San Francisco, CA, United States Disbanded 1993 Members Scott Brazieal (keyboards), Gary Parra (drums), Herbert Diamant (horns)

Malcom Mooney & The Tenth Planet -Right Behind Time

Djam Karet - Prince of the Inland Empire

Daniel O'Sullivan - Honour Wave

David Cain · Delia Derbyshire · John Baker · The BBC Radiophonic Workshop BBC Radiophonic Music - Pot au Feu (2018 Remaster)

jeff parker - cliche

GONG - Zero The Hero And The Witch's Spell (Remastered 2018)

French, Frith, Kaiser & Thompson - Wings a la Mode

Henry Kaiser · Damon Smith Unlocateable Questions

Visionist Safe (2015)- Safe

DAVID FIRST - Thought You Said Sherbert

DAVID FIRST -Heaven Circus

The New York composer, the multi-instrumentalist's most recent project – David First The Western Enisphere's The Consummation Of Right And Wrong – is a two and a half hour long album of drone music, released via Important. “The album is a reconciliation of opposites, a culmination”, First explains. “It resolves a lot of things I’ve wanted to do for a long time. I love writing melody, and there’s a lot of melodic writing in there, even if the melodies are over a 12 minute piece and the notes are all 20 seconds long, there’s still a melodic contour going on.” Here, First collates tracks from many of his previous solo and collaborative releases dating back to 1976, as well as a selection of pieces from The Consummation Of Right And Wrong and a recent self-released single featuring Mazz Swift and Dashon Burton

Familie Hesselbach - Ich seh in eure Augen (Remastered)

Familie Hesselbach · Klaus Roth · Nikolaus Wolf · Axel Recht

Errortica - Never-Ending Fun (Les Yeux Orange)

Patricia Brennan - SONNET

Mexican born, New York based vibraphonist, marimbist, improvisor and composer Patricia Brennan releases her debut album Maquishti in January 2021 via the Valley Of Search label. It consists of 12 original instrumentals composed and performed solo by Brennan on vibraphone and marimba. Many of the compositions were born from improvisations created live in the studio, with Brennan using unusual performance techniques and occasional electronics.

9T Antiope "An End On Itself" From Grimace (Eilan) - Dry Run

9T Antiope are a duo consisting of Iranian musicians Nima Aghiani and Sara Bigdeli Shamloo. Their music layers acoustic instruments and electronics, combined with vocals narrating “tiny bits or huge landscapes of the chaotic worlds they vision, along with their inhabitants”. Their music has been released by labels such as PTP (Purple Tape Pedigree), Eilean, Hallow Ground, Zabte Sote/Opal Tapes, Flaming Pines and Unperceived Records, and they are presently working on an upcoming project for American Dreams.

The Carbonators - Oh Ship

Croydon’s The Carbonators began as an echo rock band in 2011, initially to perform alongside the legendary Damo Suzuki. Since then they have honed their unique blend of digital blues, punk/new wave and soul music, which has seen them compared to Can, The Fall, Roxy Music and Galaxy 500.

Tara Clerkin Trio album Tara Clerkin Trio 2020 - In the Room

Angel Bat Dawid & Tha Brothahood Live album 2020 Embassy of Embarrassment

Aksak Maboul album Figures 2020 - Spleenétique

Crazy Doberman “Born Under An Evil Star” album The Mutilated Forms 2020

Sara Serpa album Recognition, 2020 Lei Do Indigenato, 1914 (feat. Zeena Parkins, Mark Turner & David Virelles)

Neptunian Maximalism album Éons 2020 - Nganga

Sylvia Hallett album Tree Time 2020 - Woman with dustpan and broom

Asher Gamedze album Dialectic Soul 2020 - State of Emergence Suite (Movement Three: Synthesis)

Anna von Hausswolff album All Thoughts Fly 2020 - Persefone

Anna von Hausswolff album All Thoughts Fly 2020- Theatre of Nature

Mary Lattimore album Silver Ladders 2020- Sometimes He's In My Dreams

Mary Halvorson’s Code Girl Artlessly Falling - Bigger Flames

Still House Plants - Getting Murky

Jeff Parker & The New Breed Suite For Max Brown - Build a Nest

Steve Wynn & The Miracle 3 - Amphetamine (Live on KEXP)


X - 4th of July


I bought this picture disc in 1990, London, when I went to the Reading festival ... I wanted to find it for a long time ... and today was the day ... MEMORIES

Freya Aswynn & Les Joyaux De La Princesse "Invocation Of The Gods"

Guadalcanal Diary Spirit Train

The Boo Radleys Upon 9th And Fairchild

Half String - Momentum

Half String “Shell Life” From A Fascination With Heights (1996) Bruce Licher’s from SAVAGE REPUBLIC, artwork (initial concept and layout by Half String singer Brandon Capps) with this underrated US shoegaze band is some of his best and displays how well he adapted to working with the CD format.

For against - Shine (Echelons)

For Against is one of America's most enduring and endeared independent musical ensembles, founded in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1984. The origins of For Against date back to a series of line-up changes in local Lincoln bands in the early 1980s. In 1983 guitarist Harry Dingman (formerly of Cartoon Pupils), and drummer Greg Hill formed a quartet called Glue with Liz Panarelli (bass) and John Fynbu (vocals, formerly of Hymn to Joy). Jeffrey Runnings (also from Hymn to Joy), joined the quartet on keyboards, and the group subsequently changed their name to D.B.L. Runnings had previously moved back to Lincoln from Athens, Georgia, where he had toured playing keyboards with ex-Lincoln resident Matthew Sweet. D.B.L. eventually became known as Four Against One.

Red Temple Spirits Moonlight (Demo)

Red Temple Spirits - Dark Spirits

Shiva Burlesque - Who Is the Mona Lisa

Shiva Burlesque “Who Is The Mona Lisa” From Mercury Blues (1990) Moody and atmospheric, Los Angeles’s Shiva Burlesque shared many of the same qualities as Savage Republic but their ability to craft a perfectly brooding pop song was all their own as proven by this track

Luca Yupanqui - V4.3 pt. 2 (Official Music Video)

The first-ever album recorded by an unborn baby to be released. Popular culture seems to be getting more and more juvenile these days. Mozart may have only been five-years-old when he composed his first piece, but the pompadour prodigy creating a stir in the concert halls of Vienna is not quite the same as ‘Baby Shark’ breaking the charts. Not to hark on and sound like a curmudgeonly old fuddy-duddy, but when the as-yet-unborn are producing records, it is perhaps a warning sign that the dumbing-down has gone too far. Luca Yupanqui’s debut album ‘Sounds Of The Unborn’ was perceived and recorded by the infant multi-instrumentalist while she was still firmly in her mother’s womb, taking the ‘gifted child’ notion to previously unthought-of new levels. Yupanqui is the child of musicians Elizabeth Hart, bassist from the experimental psychedelia band Psychic Ills, and Iván Diaz Mathé. The couple formed the band Tierra Del Fuego recently and now the then-sub-infant daughter has a release of her own too. The album was recorded using biosonic MIDI technology, which converts the baby’s in utero movements into sound waves. The technology was strapped to Hart’s stomach, transcribing the vibrations therein into Mathé’s synthesiser. It is music in its very rawest form and now the happy and healthy little daughter gets to listen to the tune of her own metal days. Sounds of The Unborn, which turns out to be the most literal punk-rock-sounding title, is set for release on April 2 via Sacred Bones Records. Tom Taylor


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Smegma - 01 - Anthome

Nina Hagen - Born In Xixax

Daniel Johnston Tell me now

Daniel Higgs - all cherished things

Cul De Sac & Damo Suzuki - Cambridge

Daevid Allen - Deya Goddess

Arrington De Dionyso - Kedalaman Air

I am a BIG fan of Arrington De Dionyso .. for many years .. he is one of my musicians, artists is a painter, and his ex excellent band O. T. R. LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EVER LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EVER

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