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Sleeparchive LBB Works
Fierce noise... for sluicing your system.




Yoshi Wada Earth Horns With Electronic Drone
Deeply, densely, ritualistically hypnotic; massive and shifting like a glacier. (These horns are three metres long.)



Edip Akbayram Edip Akbayram
'The best psych from his first two albums and many singles... full of fuzz guitar, electric sax and great percussion. His dark voice makes you shiver and you feel like dancing right away.'






Loren Connors And Jim O'Rourke Two Nice Catholic Boys
'Slow motion ghost blues across three extended pieces that evolve from the elder's Martian style to the thundering, feedback splattered lead grooves of that whippersnapper... ferocious, epic, and an utter beauty.'



The Mike Sammes Singers Hymns A'Swinging
Fully entertaining, radical rearrangements of hymns so familiar they're part of the collective unconscious on this celebrated (and pirated), carboot, funky, easy, British jazz ringer, featuring Tubby Hayes.



Studio G The Spacey Folk Electro-Horror Sounds Of The Studio G Library
First retrospective of John Gale's library music label (run for two decades from the late sixties on), featuring various startling cues, and some brilliant excerpts from the original Electronic Age LP.



Roland Young Isophonic Boogie Woogie
An Afro-Steve Reich-style kalimba. Then come electric bass clarinet, soprano sax, bells, chimes and electronics. Sparse, spaced and meditative this is highly recommended. And on vinyl now. Another EM detonation.





LSD March Under Milk Wood
In a way ghostly and restrained 'it isn't until midway through the record that the heavy riffage begins to slowly become buried beneath the white blizzard blanket that is the remainder of the album.'