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Leftfield Recommendations February 2013
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1
Cat: WDNT 004. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Voodoo Posse Chronic Illusion
  2. Floating In Ecstasy
  3. Silver Cloud Dream Come True
Review: There's something heart warming about the faulty connection glitches and dusty electronics of a Darren Cunningham production. "Voodoo Posse Chronic Illusion" from the Silver Clouds EP is one such example. Noises which would normally sound out of place sit ever-eloquently between plucked harps strings, reverberating bells and wood block percussion. At first "Floating In Ecstasy" is a little confusing - is it whether 33rpm or 45rpm? Pitched down it sounds like something that could soundtrack a scene of a staggering ghoul bearing down on a cornered victim, while pitched up it sounds somewhere between 80s EBM and electronic gothic rock. "Silver Cloud Dream Come True" however is definitely meant for 45rpm play with a drum pattern that jitters intermittently between varied glockenspiel chimes.
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out of stock $6.23
2
Cat: TTTB 03. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Artificial Horizon (original)
  2. Artificial Horizon (Mordant remixx)
  3. Artificial Horizon (Bepotel remix)
  4. Artificial Horizon (Oubys Klystronn remix)
out of stock $10.34
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Cat: RTRADLP 654. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Wave
  2. Particle
  3. Photon
  4. Spectral Split
  5. Quantum
Review: Eschewing the comfort of his more regimented melodic techno fare, Pantha Du Prince is indulging his more experimental side on this new project undertaken with The Bell Laboratory. Centred around the glacial chimes of a bell carillon, Elements Of Light is largely comprised of plaintive studies in lingering notes and delicate arrangements at the behest of the monolithic instrument. It's an engaging, atmospheric exercise that resonates with an arresting clarity, given the space around each note, but for the more traditional Pantha fans you can find a little sanctuary in the lilting tech-house of "Photon".
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out of stock $14.29
4
Cat: ERATP 046LP. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Ambient/Drone
  1. You
  2. Do
  3. Re
  4. Mi
  5. Fa
  6. Sol
  7. La
  8. Si
  9. Me
out of stock $16.11
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VARIOUS
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 103. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Leandro Fresco - "Cuando El Sol Grita La Manana"
  2. Michael Mayer - "Sully" (Wolfgang Voigt mix)
  3. Jens-Uwe Beyer - "Deutz Air 2"
  4. Triola - "Jean Vigo"
  5. Marsen Jules - "Point Of No Return"
  6. Mikkel Metal - "Recombination"
  7. Anton Kubikov - "Ambianopolis"
  8. Wolfgang Voigt - "Ruckverzauberung 7"
  9. Leandro Fresco - "El Cruce Imposible"
  10. Terrapin - "Cirrus Minor"
out of stock $11.17
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Cat: ECHOSPACEAIR LP 1. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Ambient/Drone
  1. Too Little Too Late
  2. Forever A Stranger
  3. I Knew Happiness Once
  4. A Gentle Hand To Hold
  5. White Clouds Drift On & On
  6. A Chance To Start Over
  7. A Chance To Start Over (Intrusion Under A Starlit Sky mix)
  8. Too Little Too Late (Intrusion Shape VI)
  9. White Clouds Drift On & On (Intrusion Shape I)
  10. Forever A Stranger (Intrusion Shape IV)
  11. I Knew Happiness Once (Intrusion Shape V)
  12. A Chance To Start Over (Intrusion Shape II)
Review: Originally released back in 2009, Brock Van Wey's debut album White Clouds Drift On & On gets a long-overdue vinyl edition, coming across a hefty 4 slabs of marbled grey and white wax. A masterpiece of ambient at the time of its release, its power has not diminished in the years that have followed, its freeform compositions having a personal and emotional resonance that many of his peers lack. Also included is the companion Intrusion Interpretation, in which Echospace's Intrusion reworks the entire thing into a mammoth dub techno opus. Essential for connoisseurs of ambient and dub techno alike.
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out of stock $57.15
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Cat: NSSD 0016. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. NSSD001.1
  2. NSSD001.2
  3. NSSD001.3
  4. NSSD001.4
out of stock $12.46
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Cat: DIGIV 049. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Slime Code 1
  2. Slime Code 2
  3. Slime Code 3
  4. Slime Code 4
Review: First released last year on patten's DIY cassette operation Kaleidoscope, the splattering furore of mechanical malfunction that is Sculpture's Slime Code gains a much needed vinyl issue thanks to the good people at Digitalis. There's a lot to take in on each of the titular Slime Codes, but for all the sonic debris a sturdy rhythm lies at the heart of much of it. "Slime Code 1" lurches forwards on a 4/4 thrum just as a jungles worth of noises pivot around the conga line, while "Slime Code 3" pushes the notion of house music into a smacky basement of guttural FX pedal belches, to a brilliantly singular end.
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out of stock $14.81
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Cat: MM 055. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Soundtracks
  1. Floatdown
  2. Snowball Waltz
  3. Rotary
  4. Binary Song
  5. Stardrift In Two
  6. Gentle Retrieval
  7. Ion Armada
  8. Ion Drive
  9. Stately Bones
  10. Bellstomp
  11. Knockwhistle
  12. Silver Float
  13. Chuffa
  14. Boingo Background
  15. Khiss Dance
  16. A Little Quite
  17. Tictic
  18. Windbuzz In Two
  19. Brass Slipslide
  20. Machine Brass
  21. Slambrass
  22. Soft Wow
  23. Knockgliss
out of stock $17.66
10
Cat: SICCD 001. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. No Place
  2. Chia
  3. Domus
  4. Dreamers
  5. I Think About You All The Time
  6. Everything By Chance
out of stock $14.54
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VARIOUS
Cat: KOMPAKT 269. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Ambient/Drone
  1. Leandro Fresco - "Cuando El Sol Grita La Manana"
  2. Michael Mayer - "Sully" (Wolfgang Voigt mix)
  3. Jens-Uwe Beyer - "Deutz Air 2"
  4. Triola - "Jean Vigo"
  5. Marsen Jules - "Point Of No Return"
  6. Mikkel Metal - "Recombination"
  7. Anton Kubikov - "Ambianopolis"
  8. Wolfgang Voigt - "Ruckverzauberung 7"
  9. Leandro Fresco - "El Cruce Imposible"
  10. Terrapin - "Cirrus Minor"
  11. Leandro Fresco - "Cuando El Sol Grita La Manana"
  12. Michael Mayer - "Sully" (Wolfgang Voigt mix)
  13. Jens-Uwe Beyer - "Deutz Air 2"
  14. Triola - "Jean Vigo"
  15. Marsen Jules - "Point Of No Return"
  16. Mikkel Metal - "Recombination"
  17. Anton Kubikov - "Ambianopolis"
  18. Wolfgang Voigt - "Ruckverzauberung 7"
  19. Leandro Fresco - "El Cruce Imposible"
  20. Terrapin - "Cirrus Minor"
Review: Presenting yet another year of the more reflective end of the Kompakt sound world, the Pop Ambient series is reprised to invite both label favourites and new additions to offer a soothing ambience to tickle at your synapses. Wolfgang Voigt is, as ever, unmatchable in his regality both remixing Michael Mayer and offering his own, orchestra-fuelled study in haunting, shapeless dynamics. Mikkel Metal allows the most subtle of pulses in to anchor his own droning arrangement, while the likes of Triola offer up a lighter tone marked out by more plaintive synthesiser tones. If you need a quality-assured selection of refined meditation music, this is the compilation for you
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out of stock $16.11
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Cat: SSC 03X. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Bass
  1. Unify
  2. Dubfiction Runout
  3. Cara-Gatti
  4. Dubfiction Runout
out of stock $7.02
13
Cat: IL 2010. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Home
  2. Eclipse/Blue (feat Kazu Makino)
  3. Safe
  4. Glue
  5. Distance
  6. Tell
  7. Snap
  8. Prelude
  9. Try (feat Toro Y Moi)
  10. Phase III
  11. Light 3
Review: Home marks the long overdue follow up to Nosaj Thing's excellent debut set Drift, released on Alpha Pup way back in 2009. Described as a very personal record by Chung in interviews, this sense of introspectiveness certainly comes across in a cohesive eleven track set. Fans will no doubt be happy to hear there is plenty of the heady instrumental beat work that Nosaj Thing made his name on with "Snap" and "Phase III" stand out tracks - it is however Chung's decision to work with vocalists that add another dimension to his sound. You should be familiar with "Eclipse/Blue", the lead single that featured Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino and the Toro Y Moi featuring "Try" is equally sublime.
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out of stock $12.21
14
Cat: 7WAP 343. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Indie
  1. Rollerblades
  2. Rosab
 in stock $5.19
15
Cat: PAN 31. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Industrial/Noise
  1. Tziaitzomanasou
  2. Commercial Mouth
Review: The marvellous PAN kicks starts 2013 with yet another unusual and relentless medley of deranged sonic brutality. This time it's a debut release from Jar Moff, an elusive Athenian who has put together a vast landscape of melodies, bridging the gap between harsh noise and gentle, desolate harmonics. Both sides of the wax plate are a near fifteen minutes each and in all honesty, it's a rather daunting task to condense them into suitable words: the first side "Tziaitzomanasou" is so diverse that it could almost represent different scenes of a film, where broken shards of glass and spine-chilling screams rapidly evolve into desolate synth keys, only to be swallowed once more by a merciless wave of sparse crackles, bubbling glitches and field recordings. The title track "Commercial Mouth" retains a similar superficial coating of organic noises and sinister arrangements, except this time the heart of the piece is embedded in a musical, almost jazzy vibe. Its looped samples contain a myriad of musical strands, from trumpets to synthesizers and drums - it's an ingenious reincarnation of what happens when classical styles meet with the sheer force of the world's many sonic facets. Warmly recommended.
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out of stock $18.70
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Cat: GI 173. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Ambient/Drone
  1. The Worship Bell
  2. Beach Shelter
  3. Lower Dome
  4. Left Climber
  5. Steady Veil
  6. Raising Our Ashes
  7. Ringing Temple (Decreased version)
  8. Precious Dive
  9. Docile Touch
Review: Having operated close to the Ghostly International crew for some time, Loyal represents the first fully-fledged outing for Jakub Alexander's Heathered Pearls project, and it fits neatly into the narrative of the Ann Arbor electronica powerhouse. In the haunting, emotive atmospheres he creates, Alexander's music taps into the same vein of downbeat experimentation with an accessible edge that defines Ghostly. In this instance though, the cutesyness normally associated with the label is absent, replaced instead by grainy textures and an underlying ominous tone that adds a welcome weight to the LP. With beats cast aside in favour of more craftily implied rhythms, Heathered Pearls represents a captivating new step for one of the major electronic listening music labels.
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out of stock $19.49
17
Cat: HIRNTRUST 33. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Toxic Elements
  2. Toxic Elements (instrumental)
out of stock $6.76
18
Cat: KRANK 173. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Industrial/Noise
  1. Monarch
  2. Correction
  3. Cubed Suns
  4. Dog Star
  5. Dodecahedron
  6. Pleroma
Review: American ambient explorer Ethernet (AKA producer Tim Gray) has spent the last few years quietly crafting an impressive repertoire of atmospheric, becalming compositions. Having spent last year promoting his excellent Into The Woods album on Tamarack, he returns with a far more accessible and emotion-rich set for original home Kranky. Opus 2 showcases his full repertoire, flitting between droning takes on '90s ambient don Pete Namlook (see "Monarch" and "Pleroma"), journeys into sound design (the mournful "Correction", bizarrely reminiscent of Moby's 33-minute ambient version of "Hymn") and far-out dub techno (the hissing pulse of "Dog Star").
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out of stock $16.89
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Cat: IDA 002LP. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Soundtracks
  1. I've Never Been There
  2. Cascade Street
  3. Not That Simple
  4. Summer Nursery Rythm No 2
  5. Summer Nursery Rythm No 3
  6. Already Gone
  7. The Room
  8. Introductory Movement
  9. The Mute Girl
  10. Naomi
  11. Evening Party
  12. The Old Man Still Wants It
  13. Still Here
  14. It Was There
  15. Prayer No 2
  16. Summer Nursery Rythm No 1
  17. The Window
  18. Prayer No 3
  19. The Empty Room
  20. Everyday Life
out of stock $21.82
20
Cat: ATELIER 006. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Ambient/Drone
  1. Start
  2. Flight
  3. Landing
  4. Surplus
  5. Parcheggio
  6. DHL
out of stock $10.34
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Cat: OFFSEASON 003. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
Review: Mysterious Swiss sound sorcerer Anom sits comfortably between the likes of Amon Tobin, Flying Lotus and The Orb: Abstract, experimental but laden with oodles of creative and dark sonic imagery. From the rusty shuffle and steel-yard slamming percussion of "Track 1" through to the drowsy steam-punk soliloquy of "Track 4" he's conjured a unique niche in electronica that's hard to define but addictive to spin.
out of stock $9.34
22
Cat: BD 219. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Beginning
  2. Blip 124
  3. Stan Lee Is A Hero Of Mine
  4. Then I Woke Up
  5. She Moans
  6. The Chant
  7. Magenta
  8. Somewhere Over There
  9. Crunch Factor No 5
  10. Skit
  11. On The Corner Of Ridley Road
  12. Snap, Crackle & Pop
  13. She Wiggles When She Walks
out of stock $17.66
23
Cat: SSC 03XX. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Bass
  1. Cog Diss Dancer
  2. Dubfiction Runout
  3. Project Chatter
  4. Dubfiction Runout
out of stock $7.02
24
Cat: SBR 079CD. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Etimasia
  2. Flowing The Light Of The Godhead
  3. The Mystery Oh Heaven (long version)
  4. The More She Burns The More She Glows (feat Tilda Swinton)
  5. Etimasia (reprise)
  6. Flowing Light Of The Godhead (Eternal Sun)
out of stock $12.99
25
Cat: JBH 047CD. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Industrial/Noise
  1. Ray Day
  2. Atari Sounds 4 Track Mix
  3. BlatzomFragzWhitenseWasp9
  4. Song Of The Plasticator
  5. Mix SynthAtariWar6
  6. Artwar Noise Loop
  7. BlatzomFragzWhitenseWasp6
  8. Artwar Light & Dark Show
  9. BlatzomFragzWhitenseWasp2
  10. Omozap To Plasticator
  11. Omozap Master Side B
  12. Rayday Readings
  13. Plasticator Loop
  14. MixSynthAtariWar8
Review: While relatively unknown outside of experimental filmmaking circles, artist Jeff Keen is considered by those 'in the know' to be one of Britain's most underrated talents. Following his sad death last year, Trunk Records began looking at the possibility of releasing some of his music concrete experiments, often used to soundtrack his films. The material that makes up Noise Art was discovered after his death by daughter Stella, stored on cassette and apparently recorded in the 1980s. Clearly inspired by Stockhausen and created using echo units, primitive computers, tape loops, microphones and anything close to hand (see the shortwave radio tuning on "BlatzonFragzWhitenseWarp6"), Noise Art provides a fascinating if bleak insight into his creative process.
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out of stock $9.61
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