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Pip Proud Purple Boy Gang
Australia's answer to Syd Barrett, with a VU-style side from from 1968, and a solo home-cassette-recording from thirty years later. Trailering an EM compilation in the Spring.

Luis Perez Ipan In Xiktli Metztli
Amazing, deeply grooving, cosmic ethnography from Mexico in 1981, magically combining ancient percussion and wind instruments with electric guitar, tape delay and synths. Lovely silk-screened sleeves.

Charles Cohen Group Motion
Beautiful drone-ambient-jazz recordings with the Group Motion Dance Theater in Philadelphia, and at the Generator Sound Art Gallery, NYC, using the Buchla Music Easel and the Buchla 700 series synthesiser.

Michel Magne Musique Tachiste
Vannier collaborator births Finders Keepers' new imprint with a late-sixties knockabout conceptual-pop riposte to musique concrete: found sound, industrial noise, piano jazz, avant orchestration, signature cimbalom...

Harry Partch The Bewitched
The original 1957 performance — kotos and marimbas alongside HP varieties like the Chromelodeon and the Harmonic Canon — with splendid artwork including rare documents and photographs.

Otto Luening, Vladimir Ussachevsky Tape Recorder Music
Foundational electronic tape music from the early 1950s: manipulations of flute, bells and woodwind, invoking the Unknown (not to mention early Kraftwerk). The sleeve is a lovely Ronald Clyne, pre-Folkways.

Roky Erickson The Evil One
His first proper post-Elevators LP — some of his best music — ferocious, odd, late-70s rock about zombies, vampires and the Creature with the Atom Brain, with signature high-pitched vocal and squealing guitar.

Palmer Rockey Rockey's Style
Intriguing, Lynchian songs from his own vanished, utterly disastrous film about demonic evil, re-cycled during the 1970s as It Happened One Weekend, Rockey’s Style, Scarlet Love, Scarlet Warning 666, etc.

Baris Manco Yeni Bir Gun
Beat psych from inside the economic slump and political violence of late-70s Turkey. Maqam melancholia, disco scraps, electrified folk. A star turn from 'Sword Agent', on keys. Arguably his best LP, well-presented....

Cem Karaca Apaslar, Kardaslar, Mogollar
His second, 1974 LP, reviewing his own musical back pages through to Dervisan. Pop theatricality meets broiling, cultured, poetic righteousness in dope shades, stoked by molten electric bass and baglama.

Fikret Kizilok Anadolu'yum
Singles from 1971-75, the dental Istanbulite well over his teething phase of Beatles and Dylan knock-offs, by now electrifying pastoral visions of modern Turkish folk with metropolitan jolts of proggy flash.

I Am The Center Private Issue New Age Music In America, 1950-1990
'New age at its best is a reverberation of psychedelic music, great by any standard. Analog, handmade; expressing soul and spirit; often with limited means, no commercial potential; self-published and distributed.'

Tohuwabohu 0AFRM1
Four unhedged, invigorating, starkers dashes through the outernational dancehall by Saam Schlamminger (aka Chronomad) and Burnt Friedman. Ace.