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Manuel Gottsching E2-E4
Early-eighties axes-and-electronics breakthrough by the Ash Ra guitarist, smartly reissued with the original embossing. A momentous influence on Basic Channel, Carl Craig and so many others.





Don Preston Filters, Oscillators And Envelopes, 1967-82
The electronic compositions of this key member of the classic Mothers Of Invention lineup. 'That's impossible,' said Robert Moog, when someone played him Waka Jawaka. 'You can't do that on a Moog.'



Noah Creshevsky Rounded With A Sleep
Hyperreal treatments of live woodwinds, banjo, voice, lap steel, piano, guitar.



Ekoplekz Dromilly Vale EP
Ace, head-nodding, robust agglomeration of bass, radiophonics, industrial and dub. Fits the fine Public Information like a glove.



White Car Everyday Grace
'A wonderfully itchy, paranoid, over-sexed mingling of post-punk, house and EBM/industrial tropes,' says Fact.




The Seasons
Radiophonic music by David Cain, with poetry by Ronald Duncan, made in 1969 for children’s education and improvised dance, by the BBC Drama Workshop. Weird, spooky, British. A hauntological cult classic, natch.



Bruce Haack Farad
A retrospective, starting with his conceptual electronic psych-rock masterpiece The Electric Lucifer. Moogs, vocoders and homemades (like his mate Raymond Scott), drones and effects, grooves and abstractions.



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.



Vertical Slant
Demdike Stare and Andy Votel.