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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.



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...



The Son Of P.M. Hey Klong Yao!
A hep, hopped-up mix of Thai instruments with keyboards, drums and electric guitars; an addictive 60s blend of homegrown melodies and rock (notably The Shadows), surf, go-go, Latin, blues.



T. R. Mahalingam Essential Recordings Of Carnatic Bamboo Flute
Re-presenting two albums, from 1969 and 1970: with drone and percussion, ravishing, masterful, existentially searching flute improvisations, lit up at intervals with trails of melodic, knees-up folk.



Bharat Karki And Party International Music
A 1978, private-press outpouring of nuts Indian psych funk. Rock, Latin and Arabic styles take turns with the drugs amidst Hindu chanting, Moog, screaming, Indian percussion, flutes, and electric guitars.



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



Nicholas Collins Devil's Music
His seminal masterpiece from 1986, chopping and whipping NYC airwaves into a turntablist proto-techno inferno. The CD comes with live footage, and software, so you can scratch up your own body-popping hell.



Altz Escape: The Reconstruction Of Isophonic Boogie Woogie
Respectful treatments of the lovely Roland P. Young album, thank goodness layering, extending, underlining with fine drumming from a Boredom, Muneomi Senju.



Tim Olive The Specialist
Live recordings of his homemade guitar, a piece of wood with two magnetic pickups, a couple of bass strings, an unwound guitar string texture and implied pulse rather than tonality and metrical rhythm.



Nora Guthrie Emily's Illness
Open, crafted pop single from Woody's seventeen-year-old daughter, recorded in 1967.



Yoshi Wada Earth Horns With Electronic Drone
Deeply, densely, ritualistically hypnotic; massive and shifting like a glacier. (These horns are three metres long.)



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.



Wicked Witch Chaos 1978-86
Deranged funk from Washington DC, overdosed on Funkadelic, Hendrix and New York No Wave.



Manteca Ritmo Y Sabor
The business pure, heavy, deep Afro Cuban funk grooves. 1970s bass-driven percussion delirium. Lazaro Pla aka Manteca alongside Nelson 'El Flaco' Pardon on timbales and Carlos Potato Valdes on congas.



Yoshi Wada Off The Wall
Wonderful stuff first on FMP in 1985 bagpipes, organ, percussion, with huge density and scale. At times beatless, at others like techno crossed with the kind of tribal rounds Tracey got in Uganda, for example.



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