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Etat Brut Mutations Et Protheses
Dark, mental, funny, early-eighties industrial-noise from the Brussels duo Phillippe x and Philippe X, commemorating a bolshy barrage of xeroxes and cassettes like Emissions 1 and Geometrie D'Un Assassinat.



Moon B Untitled
From the sought-after cassette: eleven shots of electronic haze, keyboard waste and club-not-club, championed by Dam-Funk as 'the real funk'.



Marshall McLuhan The Medium Is The Massage
John Simon's funny, entertaining chop-up of a mock MM debate, enacting subjectivities split and scattered, narratives disrupted, signification broken down... 'Drop this jiggery-pokery and talk straight turkey.'







Love Cult Fingers Crossed
From Petrozavodsk, Karelia, namechecking Grouper and Basinski 'wordless chorals from far far away, mangled Rolands, decomposed Russian TV, endless mic feedback, twisted Finnish kantele, throbbing bass...'




Burnt Friedman Zokuhen
Rhythmic, percussion-led excursions re-mapping all kinds of music Berlin to Bali to Bamako absorbing and meticulous, warmly recommended.



Naytronix Dirty Glow
Warmly experimental, Oakland future-funk by Nate Brenner, from Beep! and tUnE-yArDs.



Chrome Canyon Elemental Themes
Analogue-synth funk fantasies by Morgan Z.



Tomorrow's Achievements Parry Music Library 1976-86
Extractions from the Canadian resource Harry Forbes' melodious, sweet synth miniatures through proto-Balearic house, groovy electronic disco, spooked choral drone, modular freakery, Radiophonic weirdness.



Henry Flynt Glissando No. 1
The title track is Flynt's 'amazing response to C. C. Hennix's The Electric Harpsichord... a truly hallucinogenic music, beyond minimalism or trance music'; the other a beautiful collaboration between them both.



Laurie Spiegel Unseen Worlds
Late-eighties works re-released by Spiegel's own label, after the demise of the original imprint Scarlet Records.