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Kan Mikami Yuyake No Kioku Kara: Aomori Live
'A blood curdling 1976 live performance that proves once again that he is the ultimate acid folk/rural beatnik guttural hero... also his most private statement to date, loaded with cries of sorrow and grief...'



Open Strings Early Virtuoso Recordings From The Middle East, And New Responses
Forgotten masterpieces, out-of-this-world improvisations from the 1920s; and dazzling commissions by Sir Richard Bishop, Six Organs Of Admittance and co. 'Dextrous, frenzied, fearless... awesome' (Plan B).



Marissa Nadler Little Hells
With its gripping commitment blowing away the hippie miasma of her old records (good as they are), this is terrific, her best yet. Great song-writing, risk-taking arrangements, and that wonderful voice.



Trembling Bells Carbeth
'Jesus fucking shit! These jamz claw so hard at the tatties below methinks the Lord misnamed them, having intended to say trembling BALLS' (Will Oldham). 'My kind of band... Highly recommended' (Joe Boyd).




Paul Metzger Anamnestic Tincture
Amazing in-concert recordings featuring modified banjo, and a disembowelled acoustic guitar a cymbal set into its face, with ten different strings laid on top giving Water its dark, teeth-fillings mood.



Susanna Flower Of Evil
Terrific analogue recordings of inimitable covers of Thin Lizzy, Nico, Black Sabbath, Abba, Sandy Denny etc, with support from Will Oldham and labelmates Supersilent.






Kan Mikami Barking Practice
Viscerally churns together blues Bo Diddley stands out and tearjerking Japanese folk and pop, as if possessed. Immediate as a street musician off the rails. Brilliant at Cafe Oto in Dalston recently.



Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship? No Blood No Blooms
Warmly recommended scrappy contemporary gypsy-folk from the Mississippi camp. Accordion, upright bass, full brass, basic percussion; lovely silk-screened sleeves, limited.