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Prestige – PRST-10066
Media Condition – VG+, great shape. Few marks on each side
Sleeve Condition – VG, light ring wear on sleeve, bottom left corner slightly cut off.
Jazz / Fusion / Free Jazz
Boychoir is the band’s second LP, and first for the experimental label Whited Sepulchre (Midwife, Planning For Burial, Forest Management). Recorded at Cincinnati’s historic Ultrasuede [...]
“Reissue of the Alt-Rock duo’s 1998 album. On Accelerator, Neil and Jennifer returned kicking with a rottingly fresh album of fuzzy, post-nineties, numb-rockin’ blues for [...]
Bedroom music” as a genre is perhaps questionable, and yet when first hearing the cassette that these songs were originally released on, this was the thought that I was fixated […]
“A brand new studio full length from Bristol based sike-o-nauts Kandodo 3, orbiting in the Heads’ realm and led by Heads’ Simon Price, k3 continues their trajectory of outer space […]
Limited edition GREEN vinyl re-issue of the 1972 album by experimental Krautrock pioneers, Brainticket!
“Yves Bouliane studied double bass with Roland Desjardins at the Montreal Conservatory in the early 1970s. Not yet twenty, he had been improvising with Robert M. Lepage since 1969. [...]
The Doberman crew has been relentlessly touring the U.S. for years now, existing as a traveling band of frequent collaborators and changing lineups, consisting of often radically different [...]
Recognized as a skilled and sought after collaborator, Ted Byrnes solo albums cast a wide net that capture Byrnes’ adventurous and omnivorous approach to solo percussion. An alumnus of [...]
What our staff has to say: “The birth of NEW FREE JAZZ. A completely unhinged document of New Monuments. Fresh new quartet line-up. This is the next level, and the […]
Label Description: Alex Cunningham – Two for Olivia C24 Mid-West Weird is a set of 8 cassette releases, in 2 batches, celebrating our love of improvised sound. ‘Mid-West’ is a [...]
Blank Forms is really doing “God’s work” here, first unleashing their stellar reissue of Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit’s April Is the Cruelest Month for the first [...]
Generational Muse “Forty years ago a group of hipsters fled Manhattan for . . . has it even been that long? I cannot fathom for I’m still alive and so […]