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Anarchist Republic Of Bzzz
Marc Ribot and Arto Lindsay, Sensational and Mike Ladd, with Seb el Zin. Stroppy, free, urgent, dark and noisy. Irradiated-blood-red vinyl.



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Art Zoyd Symphonie Pour Le Jour Ou Bruleront Les Cites
Brilliant, original, cut-and-thrust Belgian prog from 1976 (with a nod to Magma) dark and mysterious, apocalyptic and burlesque by turns; violin, cello, piano, and trumpet besides guitar, bass, and percussion.



Dr Boogie Presents Heavy Jelly: Essential Instrumentals
Early-sixties rhythm and blues, overloaded with sax and organ, testosterone and novelty.



Dr Boogie Presents Bear Traces: Nuggets From Bob's Barn
Banging boogie from Bob Hite's legendary collection of rhythm and blues 78s.



Etat Brut Mutations Et Protheses
Dark, mental, funny, early-eighties industrial-noise from the Brussels duo Phillippe x and Philippe X, commemorating a bolshy barrage of xeroxes and cassettes like Emissions 1 and Geometrie D'Un Assassinat.





Charlemagne Palestine, Z'ev Rubhitbangklanghear
Carillon and percussion recordings, together and solo, from 2010.



Don Preston Filters, Oscillators And Envelopes, 1967-82
The electronic compositions of this key member of the classic Mothers Of Invention lineup. 'That's impossible,' said Robert Moog, when someone played him Waka Jawaka. 'You can't do that on a Moog.'



Scanner Colofon And Compendium 1991-1994
Focussing compellingly on his eavesdropping of telephone conversations, with some Mo Wax commissions out here for the first time, a couple of lost remixes...



Dub Taylor Lumiere
Classic concrete, from 1972 truly outstanding mixing live three years' worth of samples on multiple reel-to-reels, together with the new-out ARP 2600.




William Burroughs Break Through In Grey Room
That unmistakable voice, and the best audio examples of his cut-ups, from the mid-60s, implacable dissidence and some joujouka music he and Ornette recorded in Morocco. Vinyl too, look.


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