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Yoshi Wada Singing In Unison
Modal vocal improvisations by Richard Hayman, Imani Smith, Wada himself a deeply meditative blend of Zen Buddhist chants, YW's time with Pandit Pran Nath, Smith's Sufism, Fluxus avant-gardism.



Watts Little Angel Band New Orleans, Land of A Thousand Dances
Shell-shocked LA kids playing music on junk and scrap-metal instruments, from 1971, blasting a blazing mardi-gras Chris Kenner way up into West Hollywood. Nik Nak Paddy Whack on the flip. Great.



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...



John Cage John Cage Shock 1
Three CDs and an LP-overview memorializing seven 1962 concerts by Cage and David Tudor in Japan, with several eminent Japanese musicians. The music is released here for the first time.




John Cage John Cage Shock 2
In which David Tudor virtuosically attacks a Stockhausen; and Tudor, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Kenji Kobayashi and Yoko Ono expertly detonate a Cage.



John Cage John Cage Shock 3
Kicking off with Cage's 0'00, amplifying into abstraction activities like writing and drinking coffee; and contrasting a lovely, sparse von Biel piano duet with a raucous Toshi Ichiyanagi for pianos, tape, traffic ...



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.



Domingo Cura Tiempo De Percusion: An Anthology, 1971-77
From four solo albums by the Argentinian percussionist, master of the traditional Bomba drum: dj-tool workouts to piano-dappled rhythm fantasias, Afro-Latin sax grooves to roots. Check the opener.



T. R. Mahalingam Portrait Of A Prodigy: His Early Years, 1940s-50s
The earliest recordings by flautist T.R. Mahalingam, a legendary figure in the Carnatic music of South India, at the peak of his powers here, with violinist T. Chowdiah and mridangam master Palghat Mani Iyer.



Thonghuad Faited The North East Thai Violin of Thonghuad Faited
Virtuosic, sor-led molam music from Isan, the province bordering with Laos and Cambodia sprightly melodies through haunting dirges, over woozy basslines, drones, clattering percussion.



Mustapha Skandrani Istikhbars And Improvisations
Improvisatory solo piano from 1965 a trans-Mediterranean crossover based on traditional Algerian vocal pieces, with roots in Spanish Islamic culture. Hotly recommended.



Matsuo Ohno I Saw The Outer Limits
'I am not interested in sounds that already exist.' Ohno at his peak in 1978: classic analogue tape genius, state-of-the-art synths. Massive, primal, undulating, out-there. With Animals on a bonus mini-disc.




Matsuo Ohno Play On Animals
The gorgeous, limited reissue of a legendary, startling flexi-disc from 1970: six folk songs shaped from the analogue tape recordings of animal and bird sounds, natural and pitch-shifted, with delay and reverb.



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