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Kan Mikami Yuyake No Kioku Kara: Aomori Live
'A blood curdling 1976 live performance that proves once again that he is the ultimate acid folk/rural beatnik guttural hero... also his most private statement to date, loaded with cries of sorrow and grief...'




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.




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.




Keiji Haino Live At Mission's
Crisp visual record of Haino Keiji, Kawabata Makoto from Acid Mothers Temple, and Yoshida 'Ruins' Tatsuya making a dreadful racket in a Tokyo club, December 2008.



Keiji Haino Uchu ni karami tsuiteiru waga itami
With electronic 'instruments whose user interface is close to magical: theremin-like devices such as the air-synth and air-FX, both of which are controlled by hand movements in three dimensions.'






A Kind of Awe And Reverence And Wonder A Kind of Awe And Reverence And Wonder
'Twelve intoxicating droplets of contemporary progressive rock, eastern psych, folk and concrete siphoned from natural sources in England, America, France and Wales.' Numerous exclusives.



Kleenex Live Recordings, TV-Clips, and Roadmovie
Raincoats' spars Kleenex live in 1979, and Liliput live in 1983, twenty four songs; also Roadmovie, about their 1982 European tour, and some Swiss TV appearances.



Koes Plus Dheg Dheg Plas
Beat rockers, psych pop, ballads and freak-outs from Indonesia's answer to The Beatles.



Takehisa Kosugi Catch Wave
'All-time kosmiche drone classic, its stratospheric violin and wha-mouthed explorations are guaranteed to make moonwalkers out of fans of Tony Conrad’s Outside The Dream Syndicate...'