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



Games Everything Is Working
Just a couple still knocking about. Joel Ford and Daniel Lopatin collaboration.



Gas Nah Und Fern
Aka Mike Ink, the label boss' legendary and epic, immersively ambient techno masterpieces.



Katie Gately
Ambitious, deep-fried, computer-pop debut from Los Angeles. Haunting shards of freaked, bittersweet vocal harmony and found sound in amongst some dramatic programming,






Barry Gray Stand By For Adverts: Rare Jazz, Jingles And Advertising Electronics
Eighty hip cues sixty on the LP from 1959-65: stuff like Banana Mellows cereal, Horlicks, Elastoplast, Sunsilk, Ogden's tobacco, and the Hoover Keymatic. The Mike Sammes Singers and Eric Sykes at the mic.



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.



Bruce Haack Electronic Record For Children
Joined by pianist Praxietellis Pandit and their space-cadet friend Chris. With songs about stuff like how the world sounds when you listen with your inner self, it's a bit of a longshot for the National Curriculum.





Harmonia And Eno '76 Tracks And Traces
Tremendous, key 1976 recordings with three new assemblages by Michael Rother deeply electronic, quirky and tense, tersely dramatic. Easy to feel their influence on more modern German techno.



Christer Hennix The Electric Harpsichord
Deeply impressive, powerful minimalism from 1976. Glenn Branca 'killer... unbelievable.' LaMonte Young extraordinary mastery of the interrelationship between Eastern and Western thought.'