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Brenda Ray D'Ya Hear Me!
Sweet, lo-fi, drum-machine, reggaefied D-I-Y from the early eighties. Open, warm, slyly experimental, evoking The Slits, New Age Steppers and Young Marble Giants. Lovely, nostalgic.







Kawabata Makoto And a qui avec Gabriel Golden Tree
Deeply phantasmal duetting by the Japanese female accordionist à qui avec Gabriel with a solo album on Tzadik and Acid Mothers Temple guitarist Kawabata Makoto.




Why Diet When You Could Riot?
Terrific new DIY-punk throw-down from the Brighton club. Riot Grrrl, Queercore, Twee Punk, Homocore. One lot's just done their GCSEs.



Zendooni Funk, Psychedelia And Pop From The Iranian Pre-Revolution Generation
Boogaloo, Bollywood and Blaxploitation, prog and psych, funk, bossa and jazz in amongst the santur, tar, and tonbak, Middle Eastern pop and folk. Smart, swinging, fun, unlikely and compelling.



Bunalim
Means 'Depression'. A compilation of the early-seventies singles of the bad boys of Anatolian rock, managed and produced by Cem Karaca. Peter Piper says 'Turkish-folk-flavoured psychedelic-fuzz-rock'.





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...



Karuna Khyal Alomoni 1985
Nuts, pulsating, free-blues-rock from Japan: tape loops and treatments, electronics, ambient sounds and distortion, mumbled mantras, manic harmonica; Can, Faust, Guru Guru, Beefheart and Pere Ubu all evoked.