Your basket is empty


We ship worldwide. The postage rates for your order are displayed before payment, which is processed using Paypal. You can pay using your Paypal account or any of the following cards:

Pay pal credit cards

Join our mailing list




Cuneyt Sepetci And Orchestra Dolapdere Bahriye Ciftetellisi
Thrilling Roma music fresh from the Dolapdere district of Istanbul classic Turkish styles besides folk songs from Albania, Macedonia, Spain beautifully presented by A Hawk And A Hacksaw's ace label.



Shahram
The magic moments of Sharam Shabpareh, front-man of Iranian garage legends The Rebels. 'Blurting horns, evil bass grooves, cheesy organs, a thick strata of percussion going off like microwave popcorn.'



Derdiyoklar Coban Mamos
A ton of drunk people stomping about in a circle to the frenetic, overdubbed, distorted sound of electric saz, synthesized drums, cimbalom, and sheep sound effects: yep, Bengi Folk, Derdiyoklar-style.




Bobby Matos My Latin Soul
The Latin Jazz classic from 1969, huge on the Dingwalls scene back in the day for the sizzling dancer Tema De Alma Latina.




Geracao Bendita
Heavy, rare, Brazilian-psych soundtrack from 1971 with lashings of fuzz, English and Portuguese vocals by both male and female singers, and all original compositions.



Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk 1969-1980
A staggering third helping of raw Benin funk. Check YouTube for a totally knockout film of the band performing the second track, Houzou Houzou Wa.



Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas
The Psych Funk 101 selectors smashing it over again with this lovingly annotated selection of 45s.



Psych-Funk Sa-Re-Ga! Psychedelic Funk Music In India: 1970-1983
Amazing soundtrack stuff from the likes of R. D. Burman and the Kalyanji Anandji brothers, inevitably, plus some garage-psych, Atomic Forest's take on Deep Purple, and a couple of European camp-followers.



Rabih Beaini Albidaya
RB aka Morphosis and Upperground cohorts: cello, sax, electronics; Lebanese folk, middle eastern jazz; 'tribal drums, marketplace noise, synth experiments, arpeggiated space transmissions, eerie Wu-Tang vocals.'