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Juno Recommends Leftfield August 2020

Juno Recommends Leftfield

Juno Recommends Leftfield

Juno Recommends Leftfield August 2020
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1
Cat: LITA 192GREEN. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Creek (4:27)
  2. Feel (4:27)
  3. Sheep (5:17)
  4. Sleep (6:22)
  5. Green (5:08)
  6. Feet (6:07)
  7. Street (6:39)
  8. Teevee (3:22)
Review: Up until his death in 2003, Hiroshi Yoshimura spent decades offering up immaculate albums that blurred the boundaries between ambient, new age and minimalism. For those not versed in the Japanese ambient pioneer's vast catalogue, 1986's "Green" - which is here reissued by Light In The Attic - remains one of his most impressive works. Created using a minimal number of instruments (mostly synthesizers and electric pianos), the set is as quietly jazzy as it is relaxing. Highlights include the meditative, Terry Riley influenced bliss of "Feel", the pulsing organ stabs and blissful electronics of "Sheep", the garden-ready musical hug that is "Green" and the swelling opener "Creek".
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out of stock $34.38
2
Cat: HDBLP 051. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Anyone Around (2:49)
  2. Lick In Heaven (4:27)
  3. Face (3:22)
  4. Badly (4:18)
  5. Alexander (3:55)
  6. Ice Creamy (3:37)
  7. Like Fire (3:01)
  8. Baby Love (3:33)
  9. Over & Over (4:48)
  10. All The Time (4:27)
Review: Four years have passed since Jessy Lanza last offered-up an album, the Jeremy Greenspan co-produced leftfield space-pop masterpiece that was "Oh No". While plenty has changed in Lanza's working life since then - she now lives in New York and improvises more with "modular and semi-modular" synthesizers - her commitment to delivering a genuinely unique take on 21st century synth-pop remains. Those versed in the work of the Junior Boys will hear the hand of regular collaborator Jeremy Greenspan in the chords, melodies and synthesizer settings, but "All The Time" is undoubtedly Lanza's vision. Combining her usual glassy-eyed vocals and ear-pleasing, often melancholic synth-pop sounds with the colourful vibrancy of future R&B and grooves that subtly reference all manner of styles (dubstep included), it's most perfect underground pop album you'll hear all year.
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 in stock $15.97
3
Cat: LPS 23. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Self Synchronise (5:11)
  2. Weather The Storm (4:32)
  3. Resist (John Talabot remix) (8:28)
  4. Phase B (5:01)
Review: Three years after the original landed in stores, Martin Jenkins AKA Pye Corner Audio has finally delivered a sequel to his acclaimed "Where Things Are Hollow"EP on Lapsus. Predictably it's rather good too, with Jenkins drifting between drowsy, gently warming dancefloor melancholia (the wonderfully bittersweet opener "Self Synchronise"), blissful and colourful IDM/4-4 techno fusion (the even better "Weather The Storm") and meandering, slow-burn ambient ("Phase B"). There's a thrilling bonus in the shape of John Talabot's remix of "Resist" from the EP's predecessor, which he re-imagines as a stuttering chunk of intergalactic, left-field electro.
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out of stock $14.66
4
Cat: DRUG 19R. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. I Don't Want To Be The One (Early mix) (2:58)
  2. The Mothership (First version - Dungeon mix) (5:39)
  3. The Sea Priestess (alternative mix) (13:32)
  4. 2nd Son Syndrome (Longer alternative mix) (3:20)
  5. The Mothership & The Fatherland (Early mix) (20:24)
Review: This collection of rare recordings were first recorded as part of the legendary Prescription label's 1990's album series. They led to the Astral Disaster album, which was recorded during Halloween 1998 at the studios belonging to Iron Maiden and was known for having been a debtors prison back in Victorian times, with plenty of spooky chains, iron doors and manacles still left laying around. However, there was plenty of material that never made the cut for whatever reason. They are now presented here on The Astral Disaster Sessions, with all previously unreleased versions and alternate mixes included.
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 in stock $27.70
5
Cat: NDEYA 7LP. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Fearless (7:59)
  2. Moons Of Titan (4:14)
  3. Unknown Wish (2:50)
  4. Delicado (4:01)
  5. Reykjavik (2:15)
  6. Cool Down Coda (1:40)
  7. Lunar (6:23)
  8. Timeless (8:10)
Review: Two years ago, Jon Hassell made more than a few jaws drop with "Listening To Pictures (Pentimento Volume 1)", the genre-bending trumpeter and composer's first studio album in nine years. On that album, he effortlessly updated his trademark "Fourth World" sound - a decidedly cosmic, impossible-to-pigeonhole mix of traditional, otherworldly, exotic and cutting-edge sounds - for a new era. He takes a similar approach on this "companion album", somehow fusing experimental jazz, disparate global sounds, ambient, electronica and digi-dub in a myriad of thrilling, boundary blurring ways. It's a startling piece of work and one that defiantly rewards repeat listens, but then we expect nothing less from someone of Hassell's skill and standing. Recommended.
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out of stock $18.65
6
Cat: ISPCD 2202. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Vom Himmel Hoch
  2. Ruckzuck
  3. Stratovarius (Aka Heavy Metal Kids)
  4. Megaherz (Aka Improvisation 1)
Review: Kraftwerk's Ralf Hutter has more or less disowned the krautrock-inspired music he and the late Florian Schneider recorded pre "Autobahn". From that album (1974) onwards, they became the electronic futurists we know and love today; before that, they swum in more organic musical pastures, mixing rudimentary synthesizer and other electronic instruments with guitars, drums, flutes and electric organ. It's this sound that's captured on "Soest Live", a rare recording captured for WDR-TV in 1970. Accompanied by drummer Klaus Dinger, Hutter and Schneider offered up a mixture of arty, proto-ambient experimentalism, and surprisingly funky, groove-based krautrock epics that combine prototype Kraftwerk grooves with the organic sounds of flute, violin and organ.
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out of stock $9.91
7
Cat: XL 997LP. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Non Binary (2:18)
  2. Time (2:44)
  3. Mequetrefe (2:21)
  4. Riquiqui (2:39)
  5. Calor (3:32)
  6. Afterwards (feat Bjork) (4:07)
  7. Watch (feat Shygirl) (2:28)
  8. KLK (feat Rosalia) (3:46)
  9. Rip The Slit (2:54)
  10. Chiqui (feat SOPHIE) (2:47)
  11. Machote (2:50)
  12. No Queda Nada (5:33)
Review: Many critics have been quick to praise Arca's latest album (her fourth in total), highlighting the startling vibrancy and accessibility Barcelona-based Venezuelan's latest work. Where she was once renowned for wilfully challenging experimental sounds, "Kick I" combines her long-standing lo-fi noisenik instincts in ear-catching leftfield pop vocals, fiendishly heavy beats variously influenced by dancehall, reggaeton and Kuduro, sparkling bursts of kaleidoscopic synthesizer sounds, and bass beefier than a herd of highland cattle after a few months on industrial strength steroids. As a result, it's an album that beautifully balances ear-catching attractiveness with serious dancefloor grunt and just the right amount of experimental noise.
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 in stock $18.92
8
  1. Strange Effect (feat Raven Violet) (2:39)
  2. Why Not (2:52)
 in stock $10.40
9
Cat: MW 008. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Cum Angelus (7:44)
  2. Post Los (4:55)
  3. Triz Cohors (part 3) (6:43)
  4. Lamp Fest (6:45)
  5. Angelus Spit (feat Mister Water Wet) (6:40)
  6. Transier Unt (4:33)
  7. Om Ne Ud (4:11)
  8. Trizlang Gem (feat Ulla) (4:40)
  9. Stuck In A Cave (5:57)
Review: How do you describe the indescribable, or explain that which doesn't always make sense? Pontiac Streator forsakes the standard debut album format for a sprawling, double-disc journey into soundscapes that feel thick, complex, familiar and weird, subtle echoes of rave legacies or cinematic sequences come and go, gliding on the gentle sense of rhythm that underpins the experience. If all that reads a bit too complex and conceptual, fear not. The act of listening is both rewarding and beautiful. An underwater dive into fizzing, dubby atmospheres with a constant sense of lightness and positivity. Whereas so many productions in this ilk seem to focus on cold, crystalline tones or details seemingly forged from steel, things are resolutely more rounded, inviting and hospitable here. More than a few strokes of genius at play.
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 in stock $22.37
10
Cat: SILLP 1622. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Soundtracks
  1. Thunderbirds Main Titles (1:32)
  2. Trapped In The Sky: The Hood & London Airport (3:54)
  3. Trapped In The Sky: Tracy Island & Thunderbirds Are Go! (3:16)
  4. Trapped In The Sky: Fireflash Landing (1:14)
  5. Trapped In The Sky: Tracy Lounge Piano (1:47)
  6. The Perils Of Penelope: Penny In Paris (2:53)
  7. The Perils Of Penelope: International Rescue To The Rescue (1:26)
  8. The Perils Of Penelope: Monorail Drama (2:25)
  9. The Man From MI5: Espionage On The French Riviera (2:24)
  10. Pit Of Peril: Sidewinder (1:34)
  11. Pit Of Peril: The Pit (1:20)
  12. Pit Of Peril: Recovery (1:19)
  13. 30 Minutes After Noon: A Night In Spoke City (1:36)
  14. Desperate Intruder: Expedition (3:57)
  15. Desperate Intruder: The Hood vs International Rescue (2:11)
  16. Edge Of Impact: Evil Plan (1:52)
  17. Edge Of Impact: Tower Of Terror (1:13)
  18. End Of The Road: Avalanche (2:26)
  19. End Of The Road: Eddie On Tracy Island (2:59)
  20. End Of The Road: The Rescue (3:24)
  21. Give Or Take A Million: Christmas With The Tracy Family (1:52)
  22. Move & You're Dead: San Miguel Bridge (1:21)
  23. Operation Crash Dive: Finding The Fireflash (1:56)
  24. Ricochet: KLA Collision (1:28)
  25. Sun Probe: The Launch (1:12)
  26. Sun Probe: Heading For The Sun (1:01)
  27. The Cham-Cham: The Cass Carnaby Set (1:37)
  28. The Cham-Cham: Dangerous Game (1:47)
  29. The Impostors: Jeremiah (1:20)
  30. The Uninvited: The Pyramid Of Khamandides (0:51)
  31. Vault Of Death: The Vault (2:32)
  32. Vault Of Death: Light-Fingered Fred (0:57)
  33. Path Of Destruction: San Martino (3:39)
  34. Terror In New York City: World Exclusive Foiled (1:53)
  35. Terror In New York City: Ned Cook In Trouble (1:22)
  36. Terror In New York City: Thunderbird 4 (1:49)
  37. Thunderbirds End Titles (1:21)
 in stock $28.24
11
Cat: DE 274. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Paralysis (4:31)
  2. ACC (2:15)
  3. GBD (5:00)
  4. Track 4 (4:04)
  5. Ugly Talk (7:11)
Review: Robert Rental is an artist as influential as he is overlooked. An anchor of the early British DIY and post-punk scene, his name is most frequently uttered alongside illustrious collaborators such as Thomas Leer and Daniel Miller. Dark Entries and Optimo ally to illuminate some of Rental's early solo works with an expanded reissue of his debut 7" Paralysis /A.C.C.. Both labels have previously excavated Rental's catalog; we reissued the collaborative LP with Glenn Wallis in 2017, and Optimo released a collection of demos in 2018.
 in stock $11.72
12
Cat: SMDVD 0039. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
Review: Formed in 1970, Kraftwerk's contribution to the development of electronic music remains unsurpassed. Having inspired everyone from Bowie to Joy Division to Radiohead, this mysterious collective has also proven responsible for entire genres to emerge electronica, techno and synth-pop to name but three.

This DVD reviews the career and music of Kraftwerk, from their inception in the late 1960s through their most celebrated period in the mid-1970s, culminating with their resurgence during the 1980s. The film further explores how Kraftwerk both fitted into and pulled away from the electronic wing of what is often lazily referred to as Krautrock . Showing respect too for many of the groups German contemporaries from a similar impulse, and tracing the unfolding of electronics in German contemporary music generally, this programme presents a fascinating story previously untold on film.

Featuring exclusive and extensive interviews with ex-Kraftwerk members - Karl Bartos and Klaus Roder, German ambient and electronic musicians - Dieter Moebius [Kluster/Harmonia], Hans Joachim Rodelius [Kluster/Harmonia], Klaus Schulze [Tangerine Dream/ Ash Ra Tempel and Solo], Wolfgang Siedel [Eruption], Conrad Schnitzler [Kluster/Solo], Klaus Lohmer [engineer, Kraftwerk album] and many others. Also boasting further contributions from Electronic music experts and writers, and rare studio and live footage of the band, these all together make for perhaps the best film on the subject ever to emerge.
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  in stock $6.93
13
Cat: NDEYA 7CD. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. Fearless
  2. Moons Of Titan
  3. Unknown Wish
  4. Delicado
  5. Reykjavik
  6. Cool Down
  7. Lunar
  8. Timeless
Review: Two years ago, Jon Hassell made more than a few jaws drop with "Listening To Pictures (Pentimento Volume 1)", the genre-bending trumpeter and composer's first studio album in nine years. On that album, he effortlessly updated his trademark "Fourth World" sound - a decidedly cosmic, impossible-to-pigeonhole mix of traditional, otherworldly, exotic and cutting-edge sounds - for a new era. He takes a similar approach on this "companion album", somehow fusing experimental jazz, disparate global sounds, ambient, electronica and digi-dub in a myriad of thrilling, boundary blurring ways. It's a startling piece of work and one that defiantly rewards repeat listens, but then we expect nothing less from someone of Hassell's skill and standing. Recommended.
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 in stock $10.92
14
Cat: KH 030. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Verwijder Jezelf (3:30)
  2. Standhouden (3:38)
Review: This is a third hot 7" release in a row for the Knekelhuis label. De Ambassade aka Pascal Pinkert is the man behind the intern, intoxicating music, which pairs a middle eastern sounding lead synth with urgent, hurried cold wave drums and stark synth work that brings more than a hint of industrialism. The sense of uncertainty and paranoia that blights all our daily lives right now certain colours these tracks, too, with anxiousness never far away from the avant-pop sounds. Add in the rolling basslines on the a-side and more mysterious vibe of the flip and you have two vital tunes.
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 in stock $10.92
15
Cat: N 0491. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Xerrox Kirlian
  2. Xerrox Neige
  3. Xerrox Voyage
  4. Xerrox Plongee
  5. Xerrox Cosmos
  6. Xerrox Ile
  7. Xerrox Argo
  8. Xerrox Calypsoid 1
  9. Xerrox Canaux
  10. Xerrox Utopia
  11. Xerrox Sans Retour
  12. Xerrox Calypsoid 2
  13. Xerrox Apesanteur
  14. Xerrox Neant
Review: When he launched the "Xerrox" series way back in 2007, Alva Noto intended it to run to five volumes. Here he presents the fourth volume, which largely eschews "external samples" of everyday sounds - the series was inspired by the idea of creating new musical motifs from "copies of copies" - in favour of greater warmth, emotion and musical dexterity. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the appealing, slow-burn haziness of deep ambient opener "Xerrox Kirlian" and the distinctly cinematic, Angelo Badalamenti-in-"Twin Peaks"-mode beauty of "Xerrox Voyage", to the Radiophonic Workshop style creepiness of "Xerrox Cosmos" and the melancholic, string-laden swell of "Xerrox Canaux".
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 in stock $14.66
16
Cat: NP 001. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Comin Thru (3:45)
  2. Rotate (9:36)
  3. Curbside Glow (6:44)
  4. The Walk Home (6:03)
  5. Heavyweight Sinner (5:12)
  6. Talking Circles (3:51)
 in stock $12.52
17
Cat: MOVLP 2652C. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Soundtracks
  1. Alexander Square (4:52)
  2. Emperors Castle (2:10)
  3. Hitchikers Point (5:02)
  4. Brandenburg Gate (3:26)
  5. Wall-Street Side (3:21)
  6. Peacock Island (3:29)
  7. Down The Avus (4:41)
  8. Midnight In Bear City (4:26)
  9. Berlin Summer Nights (4:14)
  10. Alexander Square (reprise) (2:20)
 in stock $23.44
18
Cat: DAIS 150LPC2. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Ambient/Drone
  1. I Still Have The Sun To Cast A Light (4:23)
  2. Between Negative Voids (5:45)
  3. Mellified (5:35)
  4. Arduous Clarity (4:22)
  5. Refuge/Refuse (4:43)
  6. Yearn (4:11)
  7. Fright & Control (5:12)
  8. Vanishing Points (7:56)
Review: American composer Rafael Anton Irisarri is a mainstay of the ambient, noise and drone world. He has engineered for plenty of key names, but also turns out exquisite works of his own that show a real dedication to and understanding of his craft. Always at the modern end of the ambient spectrum, he laces oceanic symphonies with tape loops, electric guitar and washes of electronic sound. The result is music laden with layers of emotion and narrative arcs that reveal subtle new details each time. This stylish long player is another fine entry in his perfect discography.
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19
  1. Alternative Theme From The Gay Man's Guide To Safer Sex (7:01)
  2. Exploding Frogs (8:53)
  3. Nasa-Arab 2 (4:32)
  4. Nasa-Arab (11:03)
  5. Omlagus Garfungiloops (4:32)
  6. Proto Protection (14:28)
  7. Theme From The Gay Man's Guide To Safer Sex (8:53)
 in stock $18.39
20
Cat: ZEN 268. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Gone (8:03)
  2. Dreams (5:34)
  3. Sunshine (5:25)
  4. The River (7:50)
  5. Deliverance (3:55)
  6. High (6:50)
  7. You See (6:41)
  8. Heaven (10:03)
  9. Home (3:57)
Review: Romare's third album is another exercise in finding the exact sweet spot where happy and sad collide. By now he is something or a master at it and here laces those sorts of sounds with a sense of spirituality, hints of disco, touches of identity and plenty of funk. These more serious influences come as a result of the artist becoming a father, but the album never grows too sentimental (though "Deliverance" sure is a nice adult lullaby.) Elsewhere there is slow acid on "High" and joyous, heartfelt melodic house on "Dreams." Versatile, emotional, dancey - what more could you want?
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 in stock $21.31
21
Cat: COUNT 198. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. 1991 (intro) (1:05)
  2. America Online (5:09)
  3. Dance With Somebody (4:18)
  4. Seventeen (4:00)
  5. Dream Away (3:28)
  6. The Search For Ecco (4:02)
  7. Prom Night (5:03)
  8. Fire In The Sky (4:10)
  9. Monsters (feat Jupiter Winter) (3:18)
  10. Helvetica (5:19)
  11. Brooklyn (4:08)
  12. Deep Blue (3:57)
  13. Night Skies (3:08)
  14. City Dreams (interlude) (2:14)
  15. Last Train (4:26)
 in stock $28.24
22
Cat: GI 358LP. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dew Point (7:04)
  2. Myokymia (4:52)
  3. Dripping (4:38)
  4. Triune Brain (4:54)
  5. Julia Set (3:55)
  6. Downlink (5:50)
  7. Dr Oetker's Ristorante (6:55)
  8. Crushed Velvet (4:50)
  9. Turtle Funk (4:48)
  10. Ctenophora (3:19)
out of stock $20.25
23
Cat: 12TOT 50. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. We Come From The Future (5:02)
  2. Turned (3:30)
  3. Logique Abstract (4:31)
  4. The Words Of The Elders (2:56)
Review: While every self-respecting electro fan will know the 1988 anthem 'Stakker Humanoid', less people will have spent time diving into the back catalogue of Brian Dougans - AKA Humanoid, AKA one half of acid house and rave veterans Future Sound of London. That's a shame, considering the genius at play across everything this moniker has touched. The latest addition to that oeuvre is no exception. Coming more than 30 years after that debut none of the vitality or essence that first blew us away has been lost. Eyes firmly set on the future, then, everything on this release finds a spot on some sci-fi dancefloor or other. Whether that's the frequency distortions and eerie, cavernous melodies of 'Turned', the waviness of 'Logique Abstract' or the unabashed ravey-ness of 'The Words of the Elders'.
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 in stock $11.72
24
Cat: DSRD 6. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. I Can Chase You Forever (2:51)
  2. Touch The Blooms (5:12)
  3. Lustrous Orb (6:09)
  4. Last Sunset (6:07)
  5. Tundra (5:37)
  6. I Must Have Dreamt About You (3:55)
  7. Sunflower (7:48)
  8. Lose You (4:47)
  9. Euphoric Dream Ocean (7:32)
  10. You Internalize Them (4:50)
Review: Whether offering up club-focused Motor City techno, futuristic tech-jazz, bubbly electronica or sofa-bound ambient compositions, John Beltran always wrings the maximum amount of beauty and soul from the machines he uses to make music. He's at it again on "The Season Series", an inspired album of picturesque electronic compositions on Delsin. Variously fusing swelling, almost classical chord sequences, stirring melodic refrains, effects-laden shoegaze guitars, effected vocal snippets and beats (when used) that touch on many of Beltran's main influences (think IDM and Detroit techno), Beltran has produced a simply stunning album that amply rewards those who give themselves in to its positive, emotion-rich charms.
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 in stock $17.05
25
Cat: HDBCD 051. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Anyone Around
  2. Lick In Heaven
  3. Face
  4. Badly
  5. Alexander
  6. Ice Creamy
  7. Like Fire
  8. Baby Love
  9. Over & Over
  10. All The Time
Review: Four years have passed since Jessy Lanza last offered-up an album, the Jeremy Greenspan co-produced leftfield space-pop masterpiece that was "Oh No". While plenty has changed in Lanza's working life since then - she now lives in New York and improvises more with "modular and semi-modular" synthesizers - her commitment to delivering a genuinely unique take on 21st century synth-pop remains. Those versed in the work of the Junior Boys will hear the hand of regular collaborator Jeremy Greenspan in the chords, melodies and synthesizer settings, but "All The Time" is undoubtedly Lanza's vision. Combining her usual glassy-eyed vocals and ear-pleasing, often melancholic synth-pop sounds with the colourful vibrancy of future R&B and grooves that subtly reference all manner of styles (dubstep included), it's most perfect underground pop album you'll hear all year.
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 in stock $12.78
26
Cat: COUNT 213. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Ellipses I (1:06)
  2. Pieces (5:03)
  3. Bind (4:12)
  4. Healing (6:02)
  5. Dew (5:29)
  6. Need You Now (6:40)
  7. The Water (5:54)
  8. Mother Mother (6:07)
  9. Light On (4:24)
  10. Phases (8:28)
  11. Body Inside (6:51)
  12. Lover (6:48)
  13. Eillpses II (1:19)
Review: Colure is the second album from Howling. Of course, it is a duo made up of singer songwriter RY X, real name Ry Cuming, and a member of The Acid, and Frank Wiedemann, most famous for being half of Ama and part of the Innervisions crew. One again the pair merge acoustic and electronic instrumentation into lush new soundtracks, with lead single "Bind" already out there and being well received. It features a striking vocal which continues their already well honed style, which start with 2015's Sacred Ground. Retro yet futuristic, it is another richly rewarding work.
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 in stock $18.92
27
Cat: AMB 2004. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Body Shock (4:25)
  2. Guerrilla Habits (5:30)
  3. Pollyanna! (5:33)
  4. The Running Flow (4:56)
  5. Disincanto Road (5:22)
  6. On A Treadmill (7:49)
  7. Quiet (5:06)
 in stock $17.71
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