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Iasos Inter-Dimensional Music
'l find lasos' inter-dimensional music needing new words to describe it. I feel as though I were entering a new world a new and very profoundly beautiful world' (Buckminster Fuller). Vinyl from Wild Sages.



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.



Sheriff Lindo And The Hammer Ten Dubs That Shook The World
Anthony Maher's 1988 dub album, an Australian commingling of JA science and UK post-punk and Industrial.



Ryo Takematsu Six-O-Seven Blues
Japanese bedsit guitar blues including three Fahey covers, a Skip James and a William Moore. Heartfelt, forward-looking revivalism.



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.



Finis Africae El Secreto De Las 12
Eighties sides highlighting the organic spirituality of FA. Drones; flutes, hand percussion, guitar, sax, keys; field recordings. A warmed-up Jon Hassell's Fourth World. The opener is a bona fide Balearic classic.






Finis Africae A Last Discovery
Juan Alberto Arteche Guel's organic, minimal, post-Franco funk. Extrovert amalgamations of folk traditions from all over the world, especially African, recorded between 1984 and 2001.



Kuupuu Sisar
Jonna Karanka's beguiling, otherworldly folk-electronica. Lovely new recordings from Finland.



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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