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Barton & Priscilla McLean Electronic Landscapes
Evocative electronic soundscapes (from 1975 to 2001) with the spaciness of Louis and Bebe Barron's classic Forbidden Planet, the abstractedness of David Tudor, and a good dose of their own crazed imaginations.



Modern Sound Quartet Otinku
Bebop from Sweden led by a Trinidadian steel drummer. A beautiful if unlikely concoction that works a treat. Amongst the evergreens, there's even a flamenco track to make things still more confusing.



Moolah Woe Ye Demons Possessed
Burns' and Roberson's apocalyptic, paranormal theatre of improv, noise, psych and avant-prog, run through every electronic effect going. 'A Cosmic Rock Relaxation Creation' from 1974 New York. Atman vinyl.




No Right Turn
Prog-folk from Derbyshire, 1983, with Jayne Marsden's luminous singing likely to appeal to fans of Vashti Bunyan and Linda Perhacs.



Noah Creshevsky The Tape Music Of Noah Creshevsky 1971-1992
A bracing brace of experiments. The opening track could be Coldcut or Negativland nutting out; the rest are more restrained and abstract. The voice of John Cage turns up, to fine effect.



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...



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.



T. K. Ramamoorthy Fabulous Notes And Beats Of The Indian Carnatic-Jazz
The real thing, not yer curried bollocks: a deep fusion of the modes of traditional ragas with jazz rhythms and ideas, using a wide range of Indian and jazz instruments. Middle Eastern elements creep in, even Ethio...



Brenda Ray Walatta
Like an art-school Susan Cadogan into Pablo, Brenda's multi-tracked whisperings and playing are complimented by Prince Far I here, Knowledge there, in these one-offs by Roy Cousins, of The Royals. Back in.



Brenda Ray D'Ya Hear Me!
Sweet, lo-fi, drum-machine, reggaefied D-I-Y from the early eighties. Open, warm, slyly experimental, evoking The Slits, New Age Steppers and Young Marble Giants. Lovely, nostalgic.



Richard Lerman Music of Richard Lerman 1964-1987
On Folkways in 1983, Travelon Gamelon married a kind of gamelan, Fluxus, and banging and clanking. Fans of Angus MacLise, Gamelan Son of Lion, David Berhman, MEV, Tirath Singh Nirmala etc will lap it up.



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.



Roland Young Istet Serenade
'Spaced acid drones of acoustic chill, embracing electronic, ambient, world, avant garde, cosmic, free and chamber jazz MUSIC.'



Roland Young Mystiphonic
His third EM, more electronic than before, but still warmly organic, blending his percussion and Kansas City-schooled jazz horn into the oceanic 'comprov'.



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