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US Stereo Reissue on Elektra, EKS-74010
Light marks & wear.
Art Rock / Krautrock / Prog / Psych, Folk / Country
Half Alive is a compilation album by Suicide, originally released on cassette only on September 9, 1981 by ROIR. It is composed of live recordings from 1978 and home and […]
“The fourth album that Samara Lubelski and Marcia Bassett have recorded as a duo — the second for us, following 2017’s Live NYC (FTR 302LP) — is much less […]
“Previously unreleased soul and funk from legendary Atlanta guitarist/singer/songwriter Richard Marks, the companion piece to our Never Satisfied anthology. These songs, found on reels that [...]
“We are pleased to present ‘Hallways’ the third full length from Austin, Texas analogue hardware enthusiast Bill Converse. Immersed in the early days of the 90s midwest rave scene, Bill [...]
“First time available since its original release on the Italian Ri-Fi label, Maria Monti’s 1974 LP Il Bestario is a rare item even in its native country. Monti is an […]
Bob Bellerue’s new double-LP, “Music of Liberation,” is a careful and intricate album of textured drone and shapely noise. Like the greatest works by post-industrial masters [...]
What our staff has to say: “I love Kenneth Anger’s films. Having this tape edition of the soundtrack of Lucifer Rising is a joy for us all. Check out the […]
Ships prior to release date of 9/29/2023. What our staff has to say: “‘Kentucky Kraut Rock’ If you are not yet familiar with EPA, please make it a point to […]
What our staff has to say: “Room next door practice amp blues. Total control and fearlessly personal riffing – TRUE BLUES.” – Alex For me, this is the blues. Utterly […]
“What the heck? You’re Somebody’s World, the new album from Fruit LoOops, is both a jagged sonic question mark and a fruitful return to the avant grit. Their second release […]
What our staff has to say: “Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers getting so wild. Stockhausen zoned experimental. Incredibly various and musical. ‘Shook Eyes Ammunition’ is the best song title ever.” [...]