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Cat: MFM 026. Rel: 08 Nov 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Skin 'N' Bones (5:15)
  2. Dub Oven (4:24)
  3. Millions Of Sensations (4:09)
Review: You'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with the work of short-lived San Francisco band Dub Oven. After all, they only released one 12" single way back in 1983, and that was a self-released, private-press affair. Happily, the dusty-fingered diggers behind Music From Memory are big fans and here offer up a re-mastered reissue. Amazingly, each of the three tracks explores different sonic territory. Contrast, for example, the Tom Tom Club-goes-synth-funk eccentricity of lead cut "Skin 'n' Bones" and "Dub Oven", a thrillingly spaced-out chunk of no-wave/electro fusion that sounds like it could have been beamed down from another universe. Then there's closer "Millions of Sensations", which sits somewhere between Japanese new wave ambience and the post-punk funk of Bristolian outfits The Pop Group and Maximum Joy.
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Talk To The Sea (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 002. Rel: 13 Dec 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Snake Theory
  2. The Word Love
  3. Still
  4. Fata Morgana
  5. Redanzen
  6. Talk To The Sea
  7. Music For Chameleons
  8. Little Faith
  9. First Time Ruth Saw The Sea
  10. The Nylon Dollar
  11. The Kasparian Circle
  12. Nadir
  13. Stella Maris
  14. Call Me
  15. The City Lights
  16. She Wears Shades
  17. Almanac
Review: **Repress** The Music From Memory label was launched by Redlight Records founders Tako Reyenga, Abel Nagenast and Jamie Tiller earlier this year, sporting a proud mantra of "giving overlooked and unreleased music that we love a second chance". The focus of attention for Music Of Memory's second release falls on the works of celebrated ambient composer Gigi Masin. Born in Venice, Masin's work has been sampled by the likes of Bjork and To Rococco Rot and his albums attract feverish acclaim, with Wind, Masin's privately pressed debut LP a desired rarity for the only the most well-heeled of second hand collectors. It's from this album and a selection of Masin's other released works that Music From Memory draw from for this stunningly meditative double LP retrospective Talk To The Sea, which also includes a healthy amount of unreleased material.
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Cat: MFM 023. Rel: 26 Jul 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. KWE!! (Prins Emanuel remix) (4:43)
  2. Intermezzo B (Dazion Turtle Maraca remix) (6:10)
  3. Funyaka (Androo Romantic dub) (5:43)
  4. Veronika II (Tolouse Low Trax remix) (5:48)
  5. Veronika II (2:34)
  6. Intermezzo II (Interstellar Funk remix) (8:28)
Review: Having thrilled dusty-fingered crate diggers with a reissue of Denis Mpunga and Paul K's impossible-to-find mid-'80s cassette album Criola - an unusual but rather fine combination of post-punk and traditional Congolese music - Music from Memory has decided to give some of the tracks the remix treatment. As you'd expect, there's many more hits than misses. Dutch rising star Dazion delivers a wonderfully cosmic revision of "Intermezzo B" full of fluttering new age synth lines and drum machine polyrhythms, while Tolouse Low Trax turns "Veronika" into a woozy and dreamy chunk of dub-flecked, loved-up downtempo bliss. Late night dancefloor thrills are provided by Interstellar Funk's intergalactic tribal techno take on "Intermezzo 2" and Prins Emmanuel's tactile take on "KWEI!", which sits somewhere between dub disco, boogie and proto-house.
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Musica Esporadica (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MFM 044. Rel: 28 Nov 19
Techno
  1. Musica Esporadica (12:30)
  2. I Forgot The Shirts (6:10)
  3. Meciendo El Engano (10:55)
  4. Combustion Interna (7:37)
Review: Music From Memory's latest must-check reissue is a fresh pressing of an obscure 1985 album by Musica Esporadica, a six-piece collective whose members included regular label contributor Suso Saiz. It's a hugely atmospheric affair from start to finish, with bubbly drum machine grooves and Afro-influenced hand percussion rhythms being overlaid with languid synthesizer melodies, atmospheric chords, distant guitar sounds and aural textures so warming you could probably use them as a duvet. There are naturally nods towards ambient, new age and Steve Reich style minimalism (see "I Forgot The Shirts") as well as the occasional operatic vocals and the most Balearic of sounds: fretless bass.
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Make A Wilderness (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: MFM 037. Rel: 26 Feb 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Root (2:40)
  2. Shell (5:24)
  3. Perfume Dream (2:47)
  4. Flower (5:11)
  5. Trees Bearing Fruit (5:35)
  6. Place (3:28)
  7. Language Collapsed (9:51)
  8. Apparition (6:08)
Review: A warm welcome back to Gaussian Curve member and Melody as Truth founder Jonny Nash, whose last solo album of gentle, guitar-laden ambient explorations appeared back in 2017. Interestingly, "Make A Wilderness" is something of a departure from his trademark sound. While still gentle, ambient and evocative, it relies far more heavily on poignant piano work, heart-aching female vocalizations, field recording style aural textures, distant cello parts and ghostly electronics. There's much beauty to be found, but it's a far creepier and in some ways melancholic set than we've come to expect. This is no great criticism, though, because "Make A Wilderness" is superb from start to finish.
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The Order Of Change (heavweight vinyl LP)
Cat: MFM 033. Rel: 26 Jul 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Un Regalo (2:35)
  2. Vendran Lluvias Suaves (4:05)
  3. Tres Ostras (1:35)
  4. Tiempo De Espera (8:01)
  5. Para Que Pasen Las Termitas (3:14)
  6. Cama Diarmonica (3:17)
  7. Como Un Guante (5:33)
  8. El Orden Del Azar (5:58)
  9. Me Paro Cuando Suena (part 1) (6:05)
  10. Ella No Lleva Gafas (4:02)
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I Was Crossing A Bridge (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 005. Rel: 05 May 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. The Ship Was Sailing (5:36)
  2. Hollywood (2:34)
  3. Music In Fourths (2:29)
  4. Dub It (2:56)
  5. Riverflow Electronic (5:16)
  6. Bachelor (3:39)
  7. Commie Stories (part 5) (0:54)
  8. I'm At That Party Right Now (2:57)
  9. Cross Court (Get It) (5:34)
  10. Getting There (2:33)
  11. Commie Stories (part 9) (5:05)
  12. Deep Felt Music (12:39)
  13. Inferno (part 1) (8:27)
  14. Inferno (part 3) (6:47)
  15. Dox E Koo (Solo Voice) (0:54)
  16. Inferno (part 2) (4:33)
  17. The Bride (6:51)
Review: Ever wonder where Music From Memory founders Abel Nagengast, Jamie Tiller & Tako Reyenga got the name of their label from? The answer is obscure New York musician Vito Ricci, whose diverse and quite stunning discography of private press releases is compiled on this wonderful retrospective I Was Crossing A Bridge. Active during the '80s musical heyday of New York, Ricci description as "one of the unsung heroes of New York's downtown music scene" is fully qualified on this 18 track double LP release, which contains such a dizzying array of musical styles it's tempting to call him a musical genius. The three strong suite of "Inferno" tracks in particular could easily be mistaken for the work of Container, and that Ricci was capable of that as well as some tongue in cheek coke boogie like "I'm At That Party Right Now" means Music From Memory should be applauded once more.
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La Diferencia (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: MFM 017. Rel: 01 Feb 17
Funk
  1. Autumn (6:17)
  2. Slave Of The Body/Mind (3:19)
  3. I Won't Bite (4:57)
  4. Gentle Friend (4:29)
  5. Baby Please (3:17)
  6. La Diferencia (4:05)
Review: La Differencia, Dutch singer Hubertus Richenel Baars' 1982 debut, has long been considered something of a slept-on classic by those in the know. Charmingly lo-fi and homemade in feel, the cassette's 10 tracks - six of which are featured on this first ever vinyl reissue - brilliantly joined the dots between blue-eyed soul, spacey electro, disco, electrofunk and slap-bass wielding space boogie. As usual, Music From Memory has done a terrific job with the re-mastering; the tracks sound stronger than ever, if even they have retained some of the charming fuzziness of Baars' original production. All told, it's another essential reissue from Music Is Memory.
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Cat: MFM 043. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Heavenly Tide (2:12)
  2. Tides (1:48)
  3. Petit Portrait (2:51)
  4. Dedicated To You... (2:07)
  5. Unidentified Lovers (2:41)
  6. The Love We've Shared (1:58)
  7. Night Tide (2:06)
  8. Ground (3:30)
  9. Future Tides (2:34)
  10. Ancient Tide (1:45)
  11. Crown Of Thorns (2:51)
  12. I Love You (3:23)
  13. Handmade Paradise (1:45)
  14. Gloomy Points (1:23)
  15. Tomorrow (3:55)
  16. Standing Still (1:17)
  17. Suspension (2:50)
  18. Leap (4 Years Later) (2:07)
  19. Vital Sign (1:42)
  20. Purple Tides (3:19)
Review: The unstoppable Music From Memory label invites you into another musical dream world, this time in the form of a reissued "lost" art record from Italian Wave duo Alessandro Pizzin and Piergiuseppe Ciranna aka Ruins. This first volume of "Marea/Tide: Sound & Image Research" is taken from music made for art galleries, exhibitions and various multimedia projects back in the 1980s. It is a gorgeous mix of synth and ambient that was lost when only 300 copies were pressed and because of legal disagreements, were later destroyed. All hail Music From Memory for their work on this one.
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Rainworks (CD)
Cat: MFM 020CD. Rel: 19 Oct 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. From Memory & The Sky
  2. The Way Of The Water
  3. The Hiding Place
  4. They Don't Love Each Other
  5. Nothing Ends
  6. A Rainy Afternoon
Review: Having introduced Spanish ambient pioneer Suso Saiz to a wider audience via last year's superb Odisea retrospective, Music From Memory has scored a new album from the long-serving musician and composer. Rainworks was recorded over a two-month period in early 2016, and sees Saiz evocatively join the dots between Jonny Nash style guitar-led ambience, gently undulating, piano-driven mood pieces, evocative collages of found sounds and field recordings (see opener "From Memory & The Sky"), and ghostly, effects-laden ambient. He also finds time to pay tribute to Steve Reich style American minimalism on the cyclical brilliance of "They Don't Love Each Other".
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Nothing Is Objective (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MFM 040. Rel: 03 Apr 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Meccano (3:29)
  2. Anti-Stress For Babies & Families (7:54)
  3. Con Los Ojos (3:49)
  4. Abrazo Mirando (5:09)
  5. Mexican Bells (For Jorge Reyes) (9:23)
  6. Grounded (8:14)
  7. Minimal Distance (3:02)
  8. Una Voz (3:55)
  9. Objective Void (3:26)
  10. Dulce (with Christian Fennesz) (6:05)
  11. Healthy Digestion (3:03)
  12. Scrub Your Ego (1:58)
  13. Forma Horizonte (2:49)
  14. Frogs In Love (6:17)
  15. From Memory (7:37)
  16. Nothing Ends 2018 (6:23)
Review: "Nothing Is Objective" is Spanish ambient and new age veteran Suso Saiz's second album of new material for esteemed Dutch imprint Music From Memory. It's every bit as beguiling as his previous outing, 2017's "Rainworks", though it does feel a little richer, warmer and more humid. At 16 tracks deep, it's something of an epic, with Saiz exploring a range of musical moods with the aid of undulating electronics, ethereal chords, meandering melodies, chiming sounds, droning aural textures and occasional sun-bright instrumentation. There are far too many highlights to mention, but we're particularly enjoying the loopy hypnotism of "Mexican Bells (For Jorge Reyes)", the delay-laden guitars of "Minimal Distance", the slowly unfurling movements of "Frogs In Love" and the Pat Metheny style positivity of "Meccano".
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Cat: MFM 027. Rel: 25 Jan 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Night At The Seaside (8:24)
  2. Day Dreams (5:31)
  3. Drawing Seeds (4:19)
  4. You Should Believe (9:52)
  5. Signifie (4:32)
  6. Zero To One (4:20)
Review: Long before he became one of Japan's most revered deep house producers (see his effortlessly brilliant noughties albums on Mule Musiq for proof), Kuniyuki Takahashi produced dreamy, atmospheric ambient and new wave electronica. Up until now, much of this has remained unissued, sitting around on homemade cassettes. Happily, Music From Memory has struck a deal to release the best of the bunch, presenting them here on vinyl for the first time. It's a magical collection, all told, built around Kuniyuki's fluid and distinctive synthesizer playing, but also incorporating percussion hits created from homemade field recordings, curious samples, glistening guitar lines, dreamy vocals, occasional industrial textures and, on the standout "Signifie", crispy drum machine rhythms.
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Cat: MFM 032. Rel: 31 May 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Island (5:02)
  2. Your Home (5:11)
  3. Asia (5:04)
  4. Echoes Of The Past (4:04)
  5. Ai Iro (5:50)
  6. Sakura No Mizu (10:14)
  7. Imagination (6:29)
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Cat: MFM 029. Rel: 02 May 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Reincarnation (5:29)
  2. Hyperethnic Blues (4:45)
  3. Uiko's Return To Jeka (5:51)
  4. Dub This Heavy (5:52)
  5. Feel The Pain (5:44)
  6. Jovan's Island (6:05)
  7. On The Plateau (6:20)
  8. Uiko's Dream (5:23)
Review: Back in 2016 Music From Memory took a deep dive into the archives of obscure British multi-instrumentalist Mike Turtle, resurfacing with a fine double-album of largely previously unheard cuts. Two years on they've taken another stroll through Turtle's well-stocked vault, resulting in another essential collection of quirky cuts. Check, for example, the psychedelic patchwork "Reincarnation", where backwards drums do battle with exotic Indian samples, or the delay-laden, lo-fi synth-pop pulse of "Uiko's Return to Jeka", which boasts strange spoken word vocals from Turtle and South African style juju guitar solos. You'll find these kinds of imaginative experiments throughout; tracks that really shouldn't work, but instead entertain, excite and inspire in equal measure.
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VARIOUS
Cat: MFM 041. Rel: 25 May 19
International
  1. May East - "Maraka" (4:15)
  2. Dequniha E Zaba - "Preposicoes" (3:03)
  3. Oharaska - "A Fabula" (5:18)
  4. Fausto Fawcett - "Shopping De Voodoos" (2:38)
  5. RH Jackson - "O Gato De Schrodinger" (2:54)
  6. Edson Natale - "Nina Maika" (3:50)
  7. Akira S - "Tokei" (2:16)
  8. Low Key Hackers - "Emotionless" (3:46)
  9. Chance - "Samba Do Morro" (4:30)
  10. Jorge Degas & Marcelo Salazar - "Ilha Grande" (6:06)
  11. Priscilla Ermel - "Americua" (4:05)
  12. Voluntarios Da Patria - "Marcha" (2:26)
  13. Angel's Breath - "Velvet" (6:18)
  14. Fausto Fawcett - "Imperio Dos Sentidos" (4:04)
  15. Chance - "Intro-Amazonia" (6:16)
  16. Tete Esponidola - "Quero Quero" (2:32)
  17. Nelson Angelo - "Harmonia De Agua" (4:50)
  18. Jorge Mello - "A Naturezza Rezza" (3:53)
  19. Julio Pimentel - "Gersal" (4:41)
  20. Tiao Neto - "Carrousel" (3:51)
Review: The first volume of Outro Tempo was a standout release in Music From Memory's immaculate catalogue when it landed in 2017. Dealing in intriguing folds of Brazilian electronic music, this second installment serves up yet another feast of lesser known talents spanning swooning synth pop and ethereal ambience and plenty more in between. Take an exotic thrill ride through the dense thickets of Low Key Hackers or bliss out to the meandering jazz funk experimentation of Jorge Degas and Marcelo Salazar - wherever you turn the breadth and quality of the sounds on offer are nothing short of mind-blowing. At 20 tracks deep, it's also astounding value for money.
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VARIOUS
Cat: MFM 016. Rel: 02 Dec 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Piry Reis - "O Sol Na Janela" (5:06)
  2. Nando Carneiro - "GRES Luxo Artesanal/O Campones" (6:09)
  3. Cinema - "Sem Teto" (2:58)
  4. Os Mulheres Negras - "So Quero Um Xodo" (3:38)
  5. Fernando Falcao - "Amanhecer Tabajara (A Alceu Valenca)" (3:58)
  6. Anno Luz - "Por Que" (4:55)
  7. Andrea Daltro - "Kiua" (5:50)
  8. Os Mulheres Negras - "Maoscolorida" (3:53)
  9. Bene Fonteles - "O M M" (3:16)
  10. Carlinhos Santos - "Giramundo" (2:45)
  11. Priscilla Ermel - "Gestos De Equilibrio" (9:03)
  12. Carioca - "Branca" (5:04)
  13. Marco Bosco - "Sol Da Manha" (4:43)
  14. Maria Rita - "Cantico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiura)" (4:10)
  15. Marco Bosco - "Madeira II (Mae Terra)" (2:37)
  16. Priscilla Ermel - "Corpo Do Vento" (15:45)
  17. Luhli E Lucina - "E Foi" (3:57)
Review: Music From Memory has a reputation for doing the unexpected. It would be fair to say that few would have predicted the Dutch label's decision to release a collection "electronic and contemporary music from Brazil". As usual, the Red Light Records affiliated crate-digging crew has done a superb job with Outro Tempo, which was compiled by label affiliate John Gomez. Musically, it's predictably varied but always beautiful. It mostly focuses on tracks that fuse traditional Brazilian instrumentation, percussion and musical ideas, with elements of electronica, ambient, jazz-fusion and Reich style minimalism. The accompanying liner notes do a great job in putting the collection in context, explaining how the music was often inspired by political changes within Brazil during the 1980s.
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Workdub (12")
Cat: MFM 012. Rel: 21 Apr 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Island Breeze (3:42)
  2. Caravan (4:20)
  3. The Odyssey (3:32)
  4. Caravan Revisited (4:20)
Review: The latest volume in Music From Memory's impressive 12" series of reissued obscurities takes us back to late '80s St Louis and the hard to find world of Workdub. Formed of Virgil Work Jnr. and Nicholas Georgieff, Workdub's output was restricted to a pair of highly limited albums recorded between 1989 and 1992. All four tracks are taken from these two albums, and offer a lucid, ear-catching fusion of early ambient house electronics, experimental oriental synth-pop, alien jazz breaks, spacey Detroit influences, and stuttering drum machine rhythms. It's a hard-to-place but wonderfully evocative mixture, arguably best displayed on standout opener "Island Breeze". That said, the curiously Balearic, Tangerine Dream influenced "Caravan" is rather tasty, too, while its' ambient alternative mix, "Caravan Revisited" is almost overpowering in its' simple beauty.
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