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Brian Eno Ba-Benzele
Truly pioneering collaborations with John Hassell and David Bowie, still pretty breathtaking.





Eno Another Green World
Top-quality Japanese vinyl reissue. The CD is from Virgin.
The 1975 ambient landmark, kissing off rock.



Eno Small Craft On A Milk Sea
We can ship the box only within the UK.



Eno, Moebius, Roedelius After The Heat
With Eno more the guiding hand for this second collaboration with Cluster. Open, airy, ambient, unhurried. Originally released in 1978, but still fresh (except for Eno's singing). CD from Water.



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.



Fennesz Endless Summer
Including a couple of things from Japanese CDs, and an extended Happy Audio.



Fennesz Live At The Museum 17.02.12
At the Museo Marini in Florence, Italy, fronting Walter Ruttmann's terrific 1927 silent film Die Sinfonie Der Grosstadt, Symphony Of A Great City.




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.



Francisco Lopez Nowhere: Short Pieces 1983-2003
Wow. The pioneer of absolute concrete music. Good for ears.



Francisco Lopez Machines
Lifts, clocks and industrial equipment, two and a half hours of it. Crisp, dense, rhythmic, immersive; beautifully presented.



Francisco Lopez Lopez Island
'Crafted from environmental sound matter recorded in Lopez Island during the winter of 1999-2000. 51 minutes of both delicate minutiae as well as startling power - crackling, howling, and haunting.'