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Greatest Hits Danse Pop
Brilliant, dazed and skewiff electro-pop from Fact magazine's label of the year. The Autre Ne Veut is pretty great, too.





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.'



George Gurdjieff Harmonic Development: The Complete Harmonium Recordings, 1948-1949
144-page book of photos and memoir, with a preface by Robert Fripp. The first disc contains mp3s of 196 recordings, over 19 hours (with a short 1949 film); the 2CD set is a selection in standard audio format.




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.



Bruce Haack Electronic Record For Children
Joined by pianist Praxietellis Pandit and their space-cadet friend Chris. With songs about stuff like how the world sounds when you listen with your inner self, it's a bit of a longshot for the National Curriculum.





Hachidai Nakamura Director Toshio Matsuda Meets Composer Hachidai Nakamura
With a new version of the composer's huge hit Sukiyaki.