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The Savage Resurrection The Savage Resurrection
Classic West coast psych from 1968, excellently repackaged with full notes and new photos, and three unreleased tracks from studio rehearsals.



Boredoms Super Roots 9
Engine 9, delayed way too long (and now at an approachable price, a year after the Japanese release): a colossal explosion recorded live, with Eye on turnables and samples, three drummers and a choir.



Ersen Ersen
Anatolian funk rock revive.




Pebbles Volume 8
Bookended by two all time greats - from The Lollipop Shoppe and The Lemon Drops one of the most essential volumes in this incredible series.




Pebbles Volume 10
Still those killers keep coming...



Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello
From 1967, his best commercial success in his lifetime a potent mix of baroque pop and yearning, questing folk. And boy, could he sing! Several all-time highlights here.




Lula Cortes E Ze Ramalho Paebiru
A lost Brazilian classic from 1975, hideously rare. A seamless blend of Tropicalia, laid back latin, jazz, fried psych and South American tribal sounds in four stunning suites. A beauty!



Sir Richard Bishop God Damn Religion
Finally with its guitar-less Elektronika Demonika soundtrack on CD. 'Diabolical... a phantasmagoric presentation of demonic and divine imagery to put the viewer into an altered state of darkened awareness.'




Farm The Innermost Limits Of Pure Fun
Jazzy, trippy soundtrack of the 1968 American surf movie.



Tamam Shud Evolution
Acid rock and surf, 1969 soundtrack of another Paul Witzig film from down under.



The Superimposers Harpsichord Treacle
A third album of luscious sampladelic pop magic. Catchy, laid-back Beach Boys-esque pop and Laurel Canyon-bedsit-style loveliness.