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Bill Fay Bill Fay
'The missing link between Nick Drake, Ray Davies and Bob Dylan *****' (Uncut).




Kim Fowley King Of The Creeps
Lost Treasures From The Vaults, 1959-69, Volume Three.



G.I. Gurdjieff Harmonium Improvisations
'Stunningly beautiful 1949 recordings. At the time many audience-members found themselves crying uncontrollably... happy and whole. We hope this record can bring a similar experience to the modern day listener.'



Can The Lost Tapes
Communism, Anarchism, Nihilism... bit more of a mouthful.



Pictures Of Sound One Thousand Years Of Educed Audio: 980-1980
Sumptuously presented, fastidious sound-conversions of everything from medieval music manuscripts to historic telegrams, seventeenth-century barrel organ programmes to eighteenth-century 'notations' of Shakespearea...




Love Cult Fingers Crossed
From Petrozavodsk, Karelia, namechecking Grouper and Basinski 'wordless chorals from far far away, mangled Rolands, decomposed Russian TV, endless mic feedback, twisted Finnish kantele, throbbing bass...'



Scout Niblett No More Nasty Scrubs
Janet Jackson and TLC in the place.



Watts Little Angel Band New Orleans, Land of A Thousand Dances
Shell-shocked LA kids playing music on junk and scrap-metal instruments, from 1971, blasting a blazing mardi-gras Chris Kenner way up into West Hollywood. Nik Nak Paddy Whack on the flip. Great.



The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground And Nico
Remastered with bonuses, (definitively) in tough mono, too; Chelsea Girl; the Scepter Studio version and excerpts from the Factory rehearsals, sounding great; two discs live in 1966, first issue; massive booklet.



Noahlewis' Mahlon Taits Gift From Noahlewis' Mahlon Taits
New, warmly eclectic, nostalgic foot-tappers from Tokyo, fronted by swinging garage sax, serpentine accordion and musical saw. Record nuts, all eight of em. Raymond Scott, Ra, Debussy, Joe Meek...