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Josephine Foster A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
Lovely. Classical songs by such exemplars as Schubert and Schumann, re-imagined with heart and soul as bare, doleful folk. Just voice and electric guitar.




Josephine Foster This Coming Gladness
Terrific lit-up, reaching and odd Josephine playing harp, guitar and piano (and singing), with Alex Nielson on drums and Victor Herrero, lead guitar.



Josephine Foster Graphic As A Star
Settings of the poetry of Emily Dickinson.





Josephine Foster I'm A Dreamer
JF goes to Nashville a home from home for her song-writing, its odd allure, sex and sorrow lit up by harp and pedal steel, double bass and piano.




Grouper The Man Who Died In His Boat
Wonderful, previously-unreleased recordings from the same period as Dead Deer.



Grouper A I A
Re-presenting her 2011 self-released two-part album, Dream Loss and Alien Observer.



Grouper, Inca Ore Split
You know you're for it, when Grouper's lost her dog, it's pissing down, and Inca's godforsaken in Mexico, just before they hit the Record button...



Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Twice
The first in forty-seven years from this veteran American Primitive. Witty, stark, smouldering guitarism, as ever.



Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh
Improvisations with 6 and 12-string guitar, banjo, cello, hurdy-gurdy, harp, contra bass, chappa Tibetan bells, Kin (Buddist metallic bowl), timpani, marimba, vibraphone, thunder sheet and things.




Hush Arbors Hush Arbors
Label debut for Keith Wood's psych folk project.