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Alvin Lucier Vespers And Other Early Works
Intriguing, breakthrough work from the mid-1960s, like Elegy, in parts too low to hear, or Vespers, reconstituting physical spaces by bouncing pulse waves off walls, floors, ceilings, and Capsule, for aliens.



Alvin Lucier Music On A Long Thin Wire
Fifty feet of wire, miked at both ends, passing through the poles of a large magnet, is set vibrating four times at four different frequencies: a complexity of evocative, ethereal chords.





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.



J Marks And Shipen Lebzelter Rock And Other Four Letter Words
With Alan Silva, Andrew Cyrille, Roswell Rudd and Burton Greene amongst a legion of contributors vying with processed spoken-word cut-ups (Jimmy Page, Brian Wilson, Grace Slick and co), tape loops, electronics, out...






Matsuo Ohno Play On Animals
The gorgeous, limited reissue of a legendary, startling flexi-disc from 1970: six folk songs shaped from the analogue tape recordings of animal and bird sounds, natural and pitch-shifted, with delay and reverb.



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.



Barton & Priscilla McLean Electronic Landscapes
Evocative electronic soundscapes (from 1975 to 2001) with the spaciness of Louis and Bebe Barron's classic Forbidden Planet, the abstractedness of David Tudor, and a good dose of their own crazed imaginations.



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.'