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Link Wray and The Wraymen
The first three Epic sevens and a bunch of other instrumentals, switching on a light for punk rock back in 1959. With Rumble, from Pulp Fiction.



Gala Drop And Ben Chasny Broda
This time with bassist Rui Damaso and conguero Jerry The Cat (ex-Funkadelic, Moodymann etc); special guest Ben Six Organs. A wicked, coherent, free, unlikely blend of suadade, dub, Detroit, out-rock, funk, Latin.





Julia Holter Ekstasis
Shades of Laurie Anderson and Arthur Russell in this quirky, beautiful music, intuitively merging classical and avant-pop sensibilities via 'open ear decisions... what seemed to sound best for that moment'.




Trembling Bells, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Muldoon's Picnic Duchess EP
Entirely exclusive music, unique to this release, with a radiant silk-screened sleeve: four from The Marble Downs sessions with Will Oldham, a Scott Walker to start; and a side of unaccompanied folk singing.




Ekoplekz Dromilly Vale EP
Ace, head-nodding, robust agglomeration of bass, radiophonics, industrial and dub. Fits the fine Public Information like a glove.



White Car Everyday Grace
'A wonderfully itchy, paranoid, over-sexed mingling of post-punk, house and EBM/industrial tropes,' says Fact.




The Seasons
Radiophonic music by David Cain, with poetry by Ronald Duncan, made in 1969 for children’s education and improvised dance, by the BBC Drama Workshop. Weird, spooky, British. A hauntological cult classic, natch.



Bruce Haack Farad
A retrospective, starting with his conceptual electronic psych-rock masterpiece The Electric Lucifer. Moogs, vocoders and homemades (like his mate Raymond Scott), drones and effects, grooves and abstractions.


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Vertical Slant
Demdike Stare and Andy Votel.