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Vangelis Katsoulis The Sleeping Beauties: A Collection Of Early And Unreleased Works
Late-80s new-age stuff for TV, and plenty from the Slipping Beauty LP, with (it says here) echoes of Schulze and Eno in its synthy melancholia and ambient introspection, plus early Larry Heard, Reichian minimalism....



Keiji Haino Uchu ni karami tsuiteiru waga itami
With electronic 'instruments whose user interface is close to magical: theremin-like devices such as the air-synth and air-FX, both of which are controlled by hand movements in three dimensions.'



Klaus BT Gulf
Outstanding terse, deep soundscapes, intrepidly lost.







Craig Leon Nommos
Terrific LP, originally out on Takoma in 1981 an edgy, angsty, spiritual mix of Suicide, Cluster, La Monte Young, Terry Riley, West African rhythms... which still sounds bang up to date. Hotly recommended.




Arthur Lipsett Soundtracks
Startling, exhilarating concrete music by this experimental Canadian film-maker, beloved of Stanley Kubrick and George Lucas. (A homage to him is embedded in Star Wars.)



Annea Lockwood Early Works 1967-82
Her forget-it-rare 1970 Tangent LP sound miniatures created from close-mic'd and manipulated sound sources, plus the trippy Tiger Balm' and stuff. A must for Alga Marghen, Pauline Oliveros, David Tudor fans.




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...'