• 01. Hou
    02. Ten
    03. Mi
    04. Sou
    05. Ryu No Nukegara


    Ryu no Nukegara

    [engl] 7FO: pronounced “nana f o” in English, “nana” being seven. Ryu no Nukegara: “dragon’ s husk” . These are the only difficulties you’ ll encounter here. This is warm, friendly, very relaxed music, very “understandable” and yet intriguing, sure to appeal to fans of electronic ambient, dub and chill-out music, as well as artists like Haruomi Hosono, Captain Ganja, La Monte Young, Equiknoxx and Tapes. The Osaka-based 7FO combines groovily sparse electronic percussion with similarly sparse dub-feel synth bass, as well as pentatonic synth and steel pan melodies, the latter with an intriguing Okinawa/Sunda/Malay feel. Sparkling dub-influenced processing and thoughtful mixing gives us a music which is trans-oceanic, warm, and enveloping. Following releases on RVNG, Bokeh Versions and Metron, Ryu no Nukegara is available on digital, CD and 12” LP, featuring a suite of four tracks and the 20-minute title track, whose titular dragon is Asian: a potent symbol of water, strength and good luck.
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    Musique De France

    Mit ihrer berauschenden Mischung aus westlicher Elektronik und östlichen Klängen und Gesang hat das französische Kollektiv Acid Arab in den vergangenen Jahren die Clubs dieser Welt erobert. Gegründet im Jahr 2012 von den DJs Guido Minisky und Hervé Carvalho, hat Acid Arab geduldig seinen ganz eigenen Style herausgearbeitet, immer beeinflusst von zahlreichen Kollegen aus ganz Nordafrika und dem Nahen Osten. Hinein geboren in den Melting Pot Paris ist ihr Konzept, einen Raum für die arabische Kultur in der Welt der zeitgenössischen elektronischen Musik zu schaffen, naheliegend. Aus dem DJ-Duo ist eine vollständige Band geworden, als Pierrot Casanova, Nicolas Borne und der sensationelle algerische Keyboarder Kenzi Bourras dazustießen. Ihr erstes Album definiert ihre Vorstellung von interkulturellem Austausch, fernab von allen Klischees. Es ist keine Collage, nicht einmal eine Fusion. Es stammt aus Begegnungen auf Augenhöhe zwischen verschiedenen Welten, zwischen Instrumenten, Rhythmen, melodischen Stillungen, musikalischen Technologien und vor allem: zwischen Menschen.
  • 01. Thief
    02. We Own The Night
    03. Drift
    04. Kill Switch
    05. Rebuilt
    06. Undead
    07. Afterlife
    08. Resurrected Streets
    09. Heatseeker



    [engl] Act Razer's "CLASSICS" comes on 180g heavy vinyl, "galaxy grey" colored. The tracks were specially mastered for vinyl by one of the best: Patrick W. Engel of Temple of Disharmony. Housed in a gatefold cover with UV spot lamination and grey flood print inside, this album is safely stored in a PVC overbag and ships aside of the sleeve.
  • 01. Jama Al' F'Na
    02. Kalimat Hob
    03. Gelty
    04. Fil Moden Al Kabira
    05. Love Words
    06. Soleil Soleil
    07. Ya Leyel Leyel
    08. Oyunic


    Mots D'Amour

    Die arabische Welt bescherte uns in den siebziger und achtziger Jahren einige äußerst interessante Rock – und Pop-Acts. Ahmed Fakroun aus Libyen ist einer der bekanntesten. Sein Album von 1983, dessen Titel auf Englisch ‘’Love Words’’ bedeutet erzielt unter Sammlern Preise bis zu 500 Euro für ein Exemplar in gutem Zustand. Cooler Ethno-Pop mit orientalischen Einflüssen, der Dank der nun vorliegenden Re-Issue von Fans zu einem erschwinglichen Preis erstanden werden kann. “Mots d'Amour” kann es problemlos mit vielen europäischen Releases aus der gleichen Zeit aufnehmen.
    EAN 0710473190046
  • 01. Silent City
    02. Hunt
    03. XI
    04. Eternal Warfare
    05. Im Daemonengarten
    06. Not A Film Theme
    07. Who Will Bother
    08. Implode
    09. Lab Rats, Escape
    10. The Scientist's Monologue
    11. Black Pyramid


    Lab rats, escape!

    Abstrakte Elektronik und Psychedelik, Found Sounds und ihre gefilterten Freunde sind allesamt kein zwingender Widerspruch zum Song.
    EAN 9120047540237
  • 01. Alpha 1
    02. Alpha 2
    03. Alpha 3
    04. Alpha 4
    05. Alpha 5
    06. Alpha 6


    In Alpha Mood

    [engl] ‘The music of this record was stimulated by the theory and practice of biofeedback. It is aimed to create a calm, relaxed and meditative mood associated with alpha brain waves.’ Part outsider electronic album; part physiological experiment; part work of art; this is not your average new age record. You won’t find any cosmic or spiritual connotations between the unsupposing and briefly annotated gatefold covers. This is an accidental new age record. It wasn’t designed to invoke images of far away landscapes or induce meditative states; rather it is the end result of a personally developed meditative technique called Alpha Mood. The brainchild of a reclusive Israeli multimedia artist with a fascination in philosophy, technology and sound by the name of Ami Shavit, In Alpha Mood is the result of a personal and artistic exploration to both overcome a personal trauma and push the boundaries of a fledgling physiological understanding whilst utilising the burgeoning domestic synthesizer technology of the late 60s and early 70s. With an enviable private collection of synthesisrs first started in 1972 during his travels to the US just as they first arrived in music stores and shipped home to Tel Aviv, the professor of both philosophy and art and established kinetic artist was fascinated with art that involved technology. In particular being able to give something mechanical an emotive angle. His early works primarily involved motorised mobiles (he actually installed one in Tel Aviv’s first discoteuque). Seeking to combine his love of electronic music acts like Tangerine Dream and Philip Glass and this new synthesiser technology with his fascination for the relatively new technique of biofeedback - a process in which technology is used to relay information about the body’s functions enabling a change in physiological activity in order to manipulate them. Combined with his understanding of alpha brainwaves (primarily attributed to a function of the brain that deals with relaxation), Ami embarked on an experiment with what he coined Alpha Mood – a state in which the brain is working in relaxation and in which he used music as a means of helping induce his own meditative state. With practically no formal musical training and working in complete isolation of the Tel Aviv music scene - with the exception of allowing cult prog nearly men Zingale and a handful of close friends to use his private studio - over the next two years he recorded hours and hours of experimental improvised music, or “sounds” as he prefers to call it. Conscripted into the army evacuating battlefield casualties during the Yom Kippur War following the surprise invasion of the Israeli-occupied territories on the West Bank in 1973, Ami struggled to come to terms with his experiences during the short conflict and lost interest in his work until he came across a collection of field recordings made during the war and he had an epiphany. By adding sounds and battlefield sound bites to the recordings he could articulate his experiences in a sort of cathartic process and was able to put them behind him. Harnessing this newfound confidence he continued in his work until a longtime friend, agent and owner of a small local record shop called Mango (a Tel Aviv institution at the time) suggested he press some of his recordings on vinyl so that he could sell them through his store. Rather than cull disparate excepts from his expansive tape archive of home recordings, Ami begin work on what would become the culmination of his years of experimentation and the centerpiece of his work with Alpha Mood. Recorded in Ami’s studio during a handful of sessions and with no post-production, the six-track album was mastered at Triton Studios (who’s previous list of clients included Arik Einstein and Tamouz) and pressed by Hed Arzi (one of Israel’s oldest and largest labels/pressing plants) on his own Amis Records imprint with finished copies delivered to Mango three months later. Only 500 copies of a planned limited edition run of 5000 were initially pressed and with no publicity surrounding the release it was sold to discerning record buyers with little or no understanding of the record or its maker outside of his status as a prominent visual artist. Not long after receiving delivery of these first copies Mango was forced to close its doors permanently and the remaining 4500 copies of the run were never pressed. Apart from a handful of Alpha Mood exhibitions in Israel those 500 copies and six remaining master tapes (including that of In Alpha Mood - the rest having been lost, given to friends or simply thrown away) are the only remaining artefacts of Ami’s Alpha Mood experiments.
    EAN 5060099505492
  • 01. Thirty-Thousand Miles 05:08
    02. Bits Of Color 05:22
    03. One More, Swear To God 03:46
    04. Outrun The Sun 02:59
    05. I'm A Liar And A Fiend 03:27
    06. Crash Testing 03:03
    07. Velleity 03:57
    08. I Don't Look For Cars 03:54
    09. Before The Day Is Done 04:16
    10. Somnolence 05:12
    11. Longest Rain 03:51
    12. Night Falls 04:11
    13. Might Be Cathartic 04:04
    14. A Replacement 04:28



    [engl] - 2x180 g vinyl housed in polylined innerbags - 350gsm cover - includes poster
    DoLP green
    EAN 4260016925711
    DoLP blue
    EAN 4260016925728
    DoLP red
    EAN 4260016925735
  • 01. SOS Generique
    02. SOS Tempo
    03. Save Our Souls
    04. Free Souls
    05. Dark Souls
    06. SOS Lament
    07. Shaam
    08. The Sweet Decay
    09. Pressure Drop
    10. Tigris
    11. Seetara
    12. Forest Song


    SOS / The Sweet Decay

    [engl] In true Disposable Music style we conclude our successful second series by combining two very different global music projects from totally different eras and cultural climates. Andrzej Korzynski’s French funk inspired lost 1974 soundtrack to a Polish crime film directed by a Russian filmmaker shares vinyl sides with a compendium of modern field recording from Thailand and Pakistan assembled by UK born producer and Sound Of Wonder/Paradise Bangkok compiler Chris Menist. Sharing evident stylistic trademarks with other classic 70s crime/thriller soundtracks such as Gainsbourg/Vannier’s Cannabis, Don Ellis’ The French Connection, Alan Tew’s The Hanged Man and Morricone’s Le Serpent, Andrzej Korzynski’s score for this obscure Polish only weekly crime series SOS (directed by Janusz Morgenstern) might well have disappeared into the annals of lost communist pop culture if it wasn’t for Finders Keepers privileged plunders in to the vaults of this very important and previously under exposed soundtrack genius. Drawing further stylistic similarities with Alain Goraguer’s oft-cited La Planete Sauvage soundtrack, the fact that Korzynski had previously worked in the same studios as Ennio Morricone and Jean-Claude Vannier in the late 1960s (before being forbidden to travel under the Soviet regime) becomes evident on these golden era 1974 recordings providing another indispensable inclusion to European soundtrack collectors and fans of the genre in a well ploughed field. The Awkward Corners project was recorded at different locations in Asia, in domestic environments in Islamabad and the Bangkok apartment of producer and regular Finders Keepers co-compiler Chris Menist. These tracks were put together over a three year period and involved different musicians who Chris met in both Pakistan (like the great vocalist Arieb Azhar) and Thailand (jazz legend Ralph Thomas lives permanently in Chiang Mai in the north). Under the name Awkward Corners Menist created textures from recordings wandering round the streets, or he would put together a groove primarily using either drums, percussion or a Dr. Rhythm drum machine, and the musicians would react in an improvisational sense, such as Moez Akbar who plays the Iranian seetara on the albums title track. Most tracks were done in one or two takes and mixed later in Nottingham where Paul Isherwood also added some crucial touches on bass. The Sweet Decay is an audio sketchbook of five years living and working in South Asia, and a nod of thanks to some of the great people Chris was lucky enough to meet whilst living there.
    EAN 5060099505003
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    [engl] black flood print inside
    EAN 4260016924141
  • 01. Vigilance
    02. Protector - The Final Duel
    03. Sky Blazer
    04. Five Minutes To Sunrise
    05. Lifewater
    06. R.A.D. Rider
    07. Sward Of Antares
    08. Gladiator 2055



    [engl] Anvil Strykez' "VIGILANCE" comes on 180g heavy NEON PURPLE colored vinyl. The sturdy 350gsm record cover features a bright pink flood print inside. To ensure the best sound possible all tracks were professionally mastered for vinyl by Patrick W. Engel of Temple of Disharmony! This record is housed inside a PVC sleeve and ships aside of its cover to avoid seam splits.
    LP neon
  • 01. Pixel Passion
    02. One Year Ago
    03. High Score Summer
    04. Without You (Feat. Hannah Edwards)
    05. Outrun This!
    06. A Moment Of Clarity
    07. Running To You
    08. Up Down Left Right
    09. Night Of The Genesis
    10. Look Into My Eyes


    Pixel Passion

    [engl] Pixel Passion is the album I've been wanting to create ever since I began writing electronic music. It's my love letter to 80s synth music and early 90s video game culture. I wanted to imprint an original sound that would be my own and create nostalgic imagery in the listener without any pretense. It's been a long and very rewarding 8 months. I hope you enjoy! Extras: cut-out sleeve with printed inner-sleeve, flood print
    LP black
  • 01. Abyss
    02. Something Else (feat. Hayley Stewart)
    03. Causeway
    04. Black Pantera (feat. Mike McG)
    05. Virtual Fantasies
    06. Heart Strings (feat. Rat Rios)
    07. Dream Sequence
    08. Midnight Prospect
    09. Party Favors (feat. Mike McG)
    10. Digital Dash
    11. Boulevard


    Archaic Science

    [engl] limited to 300 copies
    LP black
    LP clear
  • 01. Allucinazioni Mistiche.
    02. Escape.
    03. Death’s Song.
    04. Facce Violente.
    05. Attesa Insopportabile.
    06. Chaco.
    07. Vai Gorilla.
    08. Night Club Dance.
    09. Sette Note In Nero.
    10. Electronic Sound (Excerpt).
    11. Avangiu.
    12. Godzilla.
    13. The Hunt Down.
    14. Concession Naturali.
    15. Escape.


    Magnetic Systems

    [engl] From the same vibrant cinematic landscape of 70s studio supergroups as Goblin, The Pawnshop, The Group and The Braen’s Machine comes The Magnetic System – the Italian incognito dream team comprised of Milano prog keyboardist Vince Tempera and Cinevox sibling Franco Bixio and launched the career of Video Nasty maestro Fabio Frizzi. Bridging the void between Giallo jazz bass driven prog and the arrival of home studios and synthesisers, the omnipresent film music of The Magnetic System marked a sea change in Italian genre film music, promoting melodic electronics to the forefront of Italian pop culture and pre-empting the first murmurs of Italo disco and synth-pop. Sharing session musicians, studios and release schedules with many of the aforementioned luminaries, Bixio, Frizzi and Tempera’s magnetic powers continue to attract musicians and aficionados of discerning sight and sound.
    EAN 5060099505881
  • 01. First Light
    02. French Passport
    03. Respect The Road
    04. Street Without Lunch
    05. Why Blondes Eat
    06. I Don’t Want
    07. Hell’s Little Ransom
    08. Forced Delight / Debris Factory
    09. Jumpstart
    10. Robop
    11. Keep The Letters
    12. Bus
    13. I Walk The Lawn
    14. The Big Horizon
    15. Integers


    Clear Memory

    [engl] Formed in 1978, Bomis Prendin is a collective of experimental "noisicians" from Washington DC, pioneers within the DIY, Industrial, cassette culture and experimental electronics scene. Using cassette recorders, mutated musical toys, electric guitars, bass, rewired circuitry, analog pedal effects & cheap keyboards, they recorded and released in the late 70s a couple of astounding flexi–discs (Test and Phantom Limb) which led to them being included on the infamous Nurse With Wound list. "Clear Memory" was originally released in 1984 only on cassette (50 copies) and it’s an incredible example of DIY mutant psychedelic pop and homemade electronic weirdness which sounds years ahead of its time. Here’s the first ever reissue.
  • 01. L’Unita
    02. Aural Suspension
    03. Terminal Velocity
    04. Yellow
    05. Side Looking Radar Image
    06. Aeray Dust
    07. Dr. Mabuse


    Yellow Dust

    [engl] As an artist whose name has become mutually synonymous with the instrument he plays Bruce Ditmas is a very unique heavy musician from one of those special tightknit communities that tried (and almost succeeded) to change the facade of progressive pop music and jazz via musical technology. Raised in Miami (an unknown incubator for future synthesists) Bruce carved the image of a teen prodigy playing jazz drums at the most exclusive Miami Beach hotels. After being whisked off to New York by none other that July Garland he became immersed in free music, recording compositions by Annette Peacock and Carla Bley before setting up house with vocal artist Joan La Barbara (later Mrs. Morton Subotnick) in 1975, who, via her own label, encouraged Bruce to pursue his very specific experiments in heavy electronic rhythms. This LP is compiled from the solo Moog Drum compositions from his only two albums both released in 1977 using a Mini-Moog (donated by Gil “Hendrix” Evans), an Arp 2600 and a wide range of treated percussive instruments that littered this enfant terrible’s bedroom floor throughout the 1970s. A later pillar of the Enja and ECM community, Bruces later work in TV, film, sound sculpture and free music still renders truly unique recording to this very day. Meet your new favourite drummer, and the best Moog Drum record in your whole collection.
    EAN 5060099505515
  • 01. The Award
    02. The Silliest Tune
    03. Brief Encounter
    04. Smalltalk
    05. Arrest Of Groucho
    06. Baby Baby
    07. Sweet Smell Of Success 8. Too Much Smell
    09. Silliest Tune (Vocal Version)
    10. Reanimation Of A Filmmaker"
    11. Singing In The Closet
    12. Winding Down
    13. Strange Sounds
    14. The Dance
    15. Prepare For The Show
    16. Seduction
    17. Walking
    18. On The Way
    19. Train


    Teddy Bär/Lilith

    [engl]  Comprising two of the most complete bodies of work from innova- tive Swiss electronic jazz pioneer Bruno Spoerri this combined archival release delves into a deep vault of commercial and exper- imental film music revealing the vibrant versatility of the compos- er in collaboration with two important Swiss directors. Mastered from original studio tapes this compendium comprises an expand- ed range of instruments and studio techniques placing the artist on either side of his comfort zone parameters. Utilising vocals in both a treated/experimental form as well as in a formal song based capacity this release instantly reveals two new sides to Spoerri’s personality. The two soundtracks also reveal the natu- ral progression of Bruno's interaction between live bands and jazz musicians working alongside industrial field recordings and con- crète tape experiments (previously exemplified in his work for forklift truck manufacturer Lansing Bagnall). Spoerri's broad palette of electronic instruments is widely utilised within these recordings revealing Bruno's home studio as one of the early exponents of the Lyricon wind synth and various modular synthe- sisers developed and re-customised as part of a wider creative relationship with the creators of Buchla and Arp instruments. Both programmes span a decade of commercial work for Swiss and German advertising companies furnishing a unique Swiss culture of tangible vinyl giveaway records which punctuates the artists varied discography alongside a list that includes collabora- tions with musicians from German Krautrock band Can, legendary progressive jazz/electronic musicians like Klaus Weiss and Joel Vandroogenbroeck, as well as physical visual artists like Betha Sarasin. Presenting the entire previously unreleased score to Kurt Aeschbacher's experimental film Lilith and a remastered ver- sion of the rare vinyl soundtrack to Rolf Lyssy's comedy Teddy Bär (including an newly excavated non-LP track) this release goes beyond the typical realms of commercial film composition includ- ing full-length cues and fully realised electronic tracks which stand up both within and outside of the context of the original, seldom seen celluloid achievements. Enjoy at best with an open mind with eyes open or closed for a wider perspective on this one man music machine.
    EAN 5060099503863
  • 01. Pop Electronique N° 1
    02. Pop Electronique N° 2
    03. Pop Electronique N° 3
    04. Pop Electronique N° 4
    05. Pop Electronique N° 5
    06. Pop Electronique N° 6
    07. Pop Electronique N° 7
    08. Pop Electronique N° 8
    09. Pop Electronique N° 9
    10. Pop Electronique N° 10
    11. Pop Electronique N° 11
    12. Pop Electronique N° 12
    13. Pop Electronique N° 13
    14. Pop Electronique N° 14


    Pop Electronique

    Roger Roger (1911 – 1995), einer der bekanntesten französischen Komponisten und Bandleader im Bereich der experimentellen Elektronischen Musik und des Filmsoundtracks, lieferte im Jahr 1969 unter dem Pseudonym Cecil Leuter ein Meisterwerk der ‚Library Music’ ab. Minimalistische Melodien, eingebettet in 60’s Elektronik-Sounds. Hier blubbert und zischt es, wird die Musik mit zunehmender Länge des Albums immer verrückter .Ein abgefahrener Trip für alle Freunde der obskuren Klänge und psychedelischen Klangcollagen.
    EAN 5291103812569
    LP lim
    EAN 5291103812576
  • 01. Caravana
    02. Apuna
    03. Venado tuerto
    04. Encuentro cercano
    05. El domo
    06. Gamelan No.2
    07. Gamelan No.3
    08. Gala


    Clan Caiman

    [engl] The music of Clan Caimán is primitive and hypnotic. It is located in the pre-rock era and from there, it proposes a different evolution path for music from the 1950s to present day. Like a different musical development in a parallel timeline. Gamelan, Hawaiian music, surf, exotica, rainforest or aquatic; these elements make up the palette which constructs a mystic and profound music that seeks ancestral connection. Formed in 2016 by musician, composer and producer Emilio Haro looking to create music generated by group dynamics, Clan Caimán differs from his past two solo albums (“Panorámico” in 2007 and “Estrambótico” in 2012, both on Radiaciones Armónicas) in that these were studio work and not meant to be played live. The quintet's enigmatic sound is built upon the kalimbafón, an instrument created by Haro using several kalimbas, Diego Voloschin's wild and hypnotic percussion (no cymbals, no snare), Gonzalo Cordoba's lap steel and baritone guitar, Facundo Gomez's psychedelic guitar tones and Claudio Iuliano's dry and percussive bass sound. This debut album contains eight anachronistic and oddly familiar compositions that range from introspection to trance, tracing their own sonic landscape.
  • 01. Caesar In Camerun
    02. High Moon Enters Heaven
    03. Metasamba
    04. Chipmania
    05. O Queen Of Saba
    06. Memorymetropolis



    Walter Bachauer war einer der aktivsten und produktivsten Mitglieder der sogenannten ‚Berliner Schule’ im Bereich der Elektronischen Musik. Neben seinen Veröffentlichungen und seiner arbeit beim RIAS Berlin, war er als Organisator mit für das META MUSIC Festivals 1974,1976 und 1978 verantwortlich. Mitte der 80er Jahre veröffentlichte er unter dem Namen CLARA MONDSHINE, und “Memorymetropolis” von 1983 ist das zweite in einer Reihe von 3 Veröffentlichungen, auf denen er sich der eher ‚progressiven spaced-out’ Seite der ‚Berlin School’ zuwendet. Majestätische Drones, abgefahrene, polyrhythmische Strukturen und Synthesizerflächen, die allen Fans von CLUSTER, TANGERINE DREAM oder KLAUS SCHULZE Freude bereiten dürften.
    EAN 5291103812507
    LP lim
    EAN 5291103812514
  • 01. Dark Path
    02. The Summit
    03. Mountainside
    04. Niemand Versteht
    04. Daruber


    Cozmic Corridors

    [engl] First ever vinyl reissue of this underground Kraut–Kosmische monster, recorded / produced circa 1972–73 in Cologne by Toby "The Mad Twiddler" Robinson for his Pyramid label. Originally released as an ultra–limited handmade edition, original copies are lost forever in the mist of time. Featuring Mythos drummer Hans–Jürgen Pütz on percussion & effects, alongside synth / keyboard freak Alex Meyer, poet / vocalist Pauline Fund and mysterious guitarist Peter Förster.
    EAN 4040824086800
  • 01. Safe House
    02. City of Ghosts
    03. Lost Soul
    04. Informer
    05. Changing Lanes
    06. Fading Away
    07. Dreams Of Home
    08. Isolation
    09. On The Lamb
    10. Breaking Ties
    11. Off The Grid
    12. Out Of The Shadows


    City of Ghosts

    [engl] - heavy 180g vinyl - LP housed in polylined innerbag
    LP black
    EAN 4260016925834
    LP green/blue
    EAN 4260016925841
  • 01. Broken Seal
    02. Soul Siphon
    03. The Guardian (feat. Sourc3)
    04. Time Limit
    05. Combat Ready
    06. Corruptor
    07. Aero
    08. Black Metropolis
    09. Cerberus
    10. Blood Magic
    11. For Our Heroes
    12. Burning Skylines



    [engl] limited to 500 copies
    LP magenta
    EAN 4260016925995
    LP glow
    EAN 4260016924004
  • 01. Ricerca Della Materia
    02. Pericolo
    03. Dimensione Concreta
    04. Esodo
    05. Grosse Cilindrate
    06. Sport Orientali (Lotta)
    07. Avventura
    08. Visione Surreale
    09. Fabbrica
    10. Occultismo
    11. Vizio
    12. Fantastico
    13. Moto Cross
    14. Dimensione Astratta
    15. Ignoto
    16. Circo Del Bimbi
    17. Sovrapposizione Di Immagini


    Sovrapposizione Di Immagini

    [engl] In an alternate universe the Rome born female synthesist Daniela Casa would be a household name. A genuine pioneer of experimental pop music, abstract electronics, Giallo jazz and even heavy drone rock jams, her elusive and infectious music joins the dots and loops between other Italian female electronic composers such as Giulia De Mutiis (later Giulia Alessandroni), Doris Norton and Suzanne Ciani while retaining one of the most individualistic and diverse composing styles of an advanced mechanical musician regardless of their nationality or gender. This LP compiles, for the first time, a multifarious selection of previously commercially unavailable instrumental music composed at her home studio in the late 70s before her untimely death at the age of 42. Originally designed for use in radio, film, TV and other industry specific applications, these seldom heard selections combine ingenious homemade and hi-tech disciplines, providing scores for Italian thrillers, nature documentaries, educational projects and commercial sound installations. Mastered from the vaults of the sought-after Deneb/Flirt/ Canopo library labels (home to some of the rarest records by Fabio Frizzi, Giuliano ‘Raskovich’ Sorgini, Gerardo Iacoucci, Alessandro ‘Braen’ Alessandroni amongst others) these rare tracks reveal Daniela Casa in her most fertile environment (composing as a young mother) in both a solo capacity and alongside incredible Italian session musicians, often sharing release schedules and track lists with her maverick maestro husband Remigio Ducross. These multi-layered musical images remain as vibrant and authentic today as they did thirty-five years ago. Close your eyes and unravel the Sovrapposizione Di Immagini...
    EAN 5060099505362
  • 01. Ocarina Belt
    02. Shit Forest
    03. Prise Sur Maison-Roche
    04. Divination Par Les Brosses
    05. Soft Archery
    06. Ghoulio Stairtrap
    07. Prise Sur Maison-Mère
    08. Croisillons
    09. All Noticeable Theories
    10. Spiritisme Et Nouvelles Technologies


    Shit Forest

    [engl] Loup Gangloff is Danse Musique Rhône-Alpes, half of Deux Boules Vanille, who hits, among other things, on wooden brackets. DIY clubbing. A techno, so square in the soul, made with a wobbly appartus, just so we are always anticipating him to take a tumble. We're at the funfair, around the ghost train: "Do you want some more ?"