Record Store Day | April 21 2018

 

Nat and I are happy to announce our Record Store Day celebrations for 2018. We'll be partying all day, and you’re all invited! We have invited some dear friends to come and play records on our freshly revitalised 1210’s throughout the day, we’ll have some delicious beers and snacks and of course a selection of some of the limited edition releases available on the day. Hope you can come and hang out with us! 

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We have left our announcement a little late, and our plan a little coy. We've decided that this year, we can bring something to RSD that enables us to enjoy the day, celebrate with our loyal and regular customers the support they give to us year round, take a moment to reflect on the job we try and do day to day, and hopefully welcome some new faces to experience what it is we try and do

It's easy to lose that with RSD. On a day meant to celebrate what makes us unique, it can be a day in which you fade in to the background more than most, letting high profile releases and the risky potential sales volume eclipse what it is you do the other 364 days a year. Recommending the best music to truly open minded people every single day is our job. We source the very best quality used records, live and breathe the newest and most cutting edge music from around the world, go nuts for long out of print gems or receive a #latepass for 'finally' getting in to Mahavishnu Orchestra or Laurie Anderson, or Lady Gaga (right??).

We're going to ensure it is chill and fun, for us and for you. We've selected a TINY amount of titles from the still COLOSSAL total list. We're not going to shout about what we're getting, we want you to come find out. We're not going to open at 8am... thats ridiculous. We'll open at 10. We're going to have our friends come and spin records. ALL DAY. We're going to have treats to drink and eat. We're going to relax, chat with you, encourage you to hang out and listen to the music. Meet new people. Put the store back in to this thing. 

Open 10-7
Limited edition official record store day titles available on the day
Quality used records, new and fully stocked. 

DJ’s all day:

Pete Gofton ( Spiritland, Great Electric)
Jazz Beams
Amanda Beckett
NatGY
Out Of Town
Paul Davies
Georgie X Justice

 

FACEBOOK EVENT: HERE

March 20, 2018 by George Clift

HS BLOG | WC MAR 5th 2018

NEWS | MARCH! | PRE/NEW/USED STOCK!

Time rattles on hey? Last time we spoke, we'd launched our new points/loaylty scheme. Uptake has been incredible so HI to all you new subscribers, but to be honest, we'd like your help to get MORE! We'll reward you even more points for helping us, rocketing you towards a £20 voucher even quicker. Details below. 

We've also got a stack more preorders coming up, and a load of really decent used stuff out in the racks/on the site too. We've had some cool rare Bowie singles, some 90's electronica and a really cool Jungle/DNB collection.


Here's the summary:
 

  • Earn £5 voucher for referalls and 50 pts for sharing on Facebook!
  • New preorders
  • New used stock

 

REFER! SHARE! GET MONEY OFF AND POINTS!!!
 

Log in to your points account widget on our website, scroll down to below your point-o-meter and you will see an EARN MORE POINTS button, and click on SHARE ON FACEBOOK. This will instantly earn you 50 points towards you voucher.

Scroll a bit further below your point-o-meter and you'll see Share With Friends! giving you a code to copy in to an email for a friend new to the site. How it works:

Your referral link gives your friend immediate access to the reward. Your reward becomes available when they make a purchase.
YOU GET
£5 off discount
THEY GET
10% off coupon

PREORDERS

RETEP FOLO - GALACTIC SOUNDS
2LP £17 | Mar 9th
Due this Friday! We're so excited about this one! Library/Psychedelic/Reverb worship from one of our favourite labels, Clay Pipe (Hardy Tree, Jon Brooks). The record is limited to 700 hand-numbered copies ONLY, on thick red vinyl. Fans of Radiophonic Workshop, Occult/Folk and Broadcast need apply NOW!! We've two videos and a track streaming on the site so head over and check it out!!!  VIEW
And more....
  • The Invisible World Of Beautify Junkyards (Ghost Box) - Imagine Arthur Verocai jamming with Broadcast... or something. Incredible pastoral psych pop and acid fold steeped in Braziliana. Julian House at Ghost Box does it again! VIEW
  • Brown Acid - The Sixth Trip - Riding Easy takes us further down the obscure US biker trail of the 60s and 70s with this new crate dug gold mine! VIEW
  • Stars Of The Lid - Gravitational Pull.... (Kranky). This absolute benhcmark of 90's ambient drone finally makes a reappearance on vinyl, courtesy of the kind folk at Kranky VIEW
  • Alva Noto - Unieqav (NOTON) - New work from the legendary electronica composer who's work with Mika Vainio and Ryuichi Sakamoto has made him an international name. This new album solidifies his position as a name in his own right with ease. VIEW

View preorders HERE

NEW USED!

     

We've had a bunch of excellent stuff in this week in our used racks! I've priced a load of David Bowie12"s, including John Im Only Dancing 12" Maxi French pressing... our source has a load of French Bowie stuff, so keep your eyes peeled on our socials for more in the coming months! 

The main collection we bought in this week was this sick little Drum and Bass lot, probably about 50-70 titles, mainly early 00's Full Cycle, Krust, DIe, Roni Size style stuff, all cheap cheap, with a couple of little gems hidden including the System X (Got to Believe - above), which is a really nice, rare jungle track. There's a couple more like that. There was also a little techno in there, that Joey Beltram is an early Warp banger, and there's a bunch of Novamute bits too. Check the website and our discogs now. Loads of cheap bargains to be had, but it don't hang around long!

NEW TITLES HERE

March 05, 2018 by George Clift

2018 | News! | New loyalty points/rewards scheme | Free local delivery service

Hey all! Nice to be back in the saddle after the post-Christmas lull, and ready for a busy Spring! With that in mind we've two new features that we hope get you fully engaged in our slightly cleaned up website for 2018! First up:

LOYALTY POINT/REWARD SCHEME

We've fiiiiiinally gotten around to getting you a loyalty point system after so many people asking. But we've gone one step further than a simple stamp and card. Your points are now automatically applied to your account, and accrue for every pound you spend, regardless of your transaction amount.

This appears as a classy little pop up app on the bottom-right corner of our website. Click and log in, you'll earn 200 points straight away!

Here's the points and rewards broken down:

POINTS
New online account set up 200 Points
Placing an order (per £1 spent) 10 Points
Share hotsalvation.com on Facebook 50 Points
REWARDS
£20 voucher 2000 points

 

Rewards are collected on our website, within the app. When your account has accumulated 2000, click SEE REWARDS YOU CAN EARN and redeem your reward. A discount code will appear on screen and within your email inbox, that you can then use!

 

Free Local Delivery

Simple as it sounds; If you're delivery address is either CT18 | CT19 | CT20 | CT21, you now can select FREE LOCAL DELIVERY at checkout and we'll shoot you an email back to arrange a convenient time to come drop off your purchase! Works for Gurkha Palace, right????

February 23, 2018 by George Clift

GUEST AOTY: Temporary Residence Ltd. | Phantom Limb | Figureight Records

I've been a fan of Temporary Residence Ltd. since my late teens. One of many only a few labels that succinctly show and maintain a hand in punk, hardcore and post hardcore whilst managing to foster experimental music with absolute mastery. The label has been/is home for Turing Machine, Young Widows, Moss Icon, Mono but also William Basinski, Mogwai, Eluvium and Rachel Grimes - what a roster!!! Total dream line up! They've kindly submitted their office AOTY, see below!

  • Power Trip – Nightmare Logic (Southern Lord)
  • Gas - Narkopop (Kompakt) 
  • Gregg Kowalsky - L’Orange L’Orange (Mexican Summer) 
  • Tarawangsawelas - Wanci (Morphine Records) 
  • LCD Soundsystem – American Dream (DFA) (BUY HERE)
  • Chuck Johnson – Balsams (Vdsq)
  • Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.  (Top Dawg) (BUY HERE)
  • Kara-Lis Coverdale – Grafts (Boomkat Editions)
  • Mdou Moctar – Sousoume Tamachek (Sahel Sounds)
  • Melkbelly – Nothing Valley (Wax Nine)

 

Our good friends at Phantom Limb, the label and management company set up by yndi halda mainman and East Kent native James Vella have kindly sent in their AOTY list. Phantom Limb are an excellent new company that are looking after many cool labels and artists that HS fully endorse, including RVNG INTL, Temporary Residence and more. James is a dear friend and we urge you to find their socials and get with their program! Below is the mixcloud player that you can bed in and hear what they're jamming in the office!

  • DK - Distant Images (Antinote)
  • Nihiloxica - s/t (Nyege Nyege Tapes)
  • Secret Pyramid - Two Shadows Collide (Ba Da Bing)
  • Jamila Woods - HEAVN (Jagjaguwar)
  • Mt Eerie - A Crow Looked at Me (PW Elverum & Sun)
  • JR Bohannon - Recôncavo (Acusa)
  • Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - The Kid (Western Vinyl) (BUY HERE
  • Tarawangsawelas - Wanci (Morphine Records) 
  • Justin Walter - Unseen Forces (Kranky)
  • Moor Mother x Mental Jewelry - Crime Waves (Don Giovanni)
  • Colleen - A Flame, My Love, A Frequency (Thrill Jockey)

Mixcloud:

 

Figureight Records is an avant garde label based in New York releasing music by Aaron Roche, Indridi, JFDR and more. A total pleasure to be hosting their office AOTY:

  • Dean Blunt & Joanne Robertson - Wahalla (World Music)
  • Ben Frost - The Centre Cannot Hold (Mute) (BUY HERE)
  • Björk - Utopia (One Little Indian) (BUY HERE
  • Yves Tumour - Experiencing The Deposit Of Faith (self)
  • Colin Stetson - All This I Do for Glory (52Hz) 
  • Sampha - Process (Young Turks)
  • Bonobo - Migration (Ninja Tune) 
  • Drake - More Life (OVO)
  • Thundercat - Drunk (Brainfeeder)
  • Mount Kimbie - Love What Survives (Warp) 
  • Toro y Moi - Boo Boo (Carpark)
  • Ariel Pink - Dedicated to Bobby Jameson (Mexican Summer)
  • Arca - Arca (XL) (BUY HERE)

Visit: Figureight website, Phantom Limb website

December 19, 2017 by George Clift

We're Sorry We've Been Gone So Long!

We've been gone a while but we now have CDs and a re open 7 days a week!

 

November 05, 2017 by George Clift

ROTUNDA

 

COSMIC THOUGHTS "ROTUNDA" from joel snowman on Vimeo.

 

The former site of Folkestone's Rotunda pleasure beach is now a hub of heavy ground work and investment. The latest in a long line of regeneration projects that have been bestowed upon our town. The song Rotunda speaks of cycles.. and it strikes me where Folkestone was in the early-mid 90s, industry and tourism sucked from the town. In the interim, we've been lucky enough to have a generous benefactor buy lots of run down properties and land, and gradually pull the towns socks up.... But I can't help but notice, situated right behind the Creative Quarter, the East Folkestone medical practice, just closed... 4000 people now without GP care. It's been reported this week at least one more practice in the town is having to consider handing back their contracts too. Our limp and pathetic local and county council, under conservative control are unable or unwilling to intervene, our national government, not interested. It strikes me how reliant our town has had to become, on a philanthropist, and how impotent our elected representatives are in a privatised world..... It makes me think of the cyclical nature of things... the social and economic climate of the late 1800's and exactly how dependent the poor were on the wealthy... and what socialism gave to the lower classes; dignity, autonomy, health, education in the middle of the twentieth century.

Folkestone artists Joel Snowman collaborates with us on this with his photography and stunning editing. His work magnifies the contrasts that have existed in an important place in a small seaside town over a twenty year period. He is from Folkestone, works and lives in the town and I think has captured a real essence of what has been lost, what might be, and what it all might have cost us. 

Think before you vote. X

June 06, 2017 by George Clift

Organic Music Society | March 2017

 

We're back at Googies Art Cafe on Friday March 3rd, to play from some of the deepest, darkest corners of our collections for you, while you sink decadent cocktails and delicious beers. 

 

Event page HERE

February 25, 2017 by George Clift

Record Store Day | April 22, 2017

Our Facebook event page for Record Store Day 2017 is now up here

The full product list will be published on March 21st. We'll have forms for you to register interest in releases. Subscribe to our Facebook events, follow our Twitter and Instagram pages for the latest updates! Find us on all social media platforms @hotsalvation

February 23, 2017 by George Clift

Salvation Time #1 | Ramsgate Music Hall Radio

We're absolutely over the moon to be able to present our inaugural radio show from our new monthly series, SALVATION TIME. Our friends at Ramsgate Music Hall kindly asked us to be a part of their incredible new project, which you can view and stream all the other shows here. We fully recommend that you get acquainted!

Stream our show at Ramsgatemusichall.com, Mixcloud, or here!

TRACK LIST

  • MINISTRY - ALL DAY (ADRIAN SHERWOOD REMIX)
  • HARARI - GOOD VIBES
  • AFRICAN HEADCHARGE - SHAKE IN THE GOAL
  • HAPPY MEALS - IF YOU WANT ME NOW
  • JENNY HVAL - PERIOD PIECE
  • THE COMET IS COMING - JOURNEY THROUGH THE ASTEROID BELT
  • GNOD AND WHITE HILLS - DROP OUT
  • THE SEMI-COLON - NDIA EGBUO NDIA
  • VIDEODRONES - THE THEME FROM MONDO FEROX
  • DEMDIKE STARE - HARDNOISE
  • QUIRINO DO CANTO - MINO DI MAMA
  • HENRI TEXIER - LES LA-BAS
  • DAVID SHINE - THE THEME FROM THE TAKING OF PELHAM 123
  • SAVANT - STATIONARY DANCE
  • ANXIETY - DELAYED
  • OZRIC TENTACLES - OG-HA-BE
  • LEE PERRY - FISHERMAN DUB
  • SHABA ZAHOUANIA - BAR ADJANI
  • YANA - CLIMBING UP THE WALL
  • JOHNNY! - ONLY LOVE
  • SLUMBERMAN - B1
  • TORTOISE + SPRING HEEL JACK - GALAPAGOS V1
  • IGGY POP - NIGHT CLUBBING
Ramsgate Music Hall Radio
December 20, 2016 by George Clift

Albums Of The Year | 2016

As we wrap up the year, We've spent the last couple of weeks wrangling with our favourite releases. It is based on the staff's tastes, not what's in stock, or what we need to shift, or anything cynical like that, this serves as a true reminder of what has stuck with the three of us as the year has gone on. 

We've divided the hundred titles in to 'new', 'compilations' and 'reissues' for ease. Scroll down, it'll make sense. Cheers!

View the full collection here. 

 

Label

New LP’s

Title

 

Sacred Bones

Jenny Hval

Blood Bitch

We had an inkling we’d like this LP a lot, last year’s Apocalypse, Girl was waaaay up on our list. Hval is pushing pop music right down the avant-rabbit hole. She’s fierce, un-comparable, gentle and engaging. Best record to come out this year.    Listen/Buy

Innovative Leisure

Badbadnotgood

IV

Just extremely listable. Jazz, but clearly rooted in punk. It’s in the delivery, see, they walk it like a punk band. Took me a few listens, mind.

Listen/Buy

Western Vinyl

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

Ears

KAS has been busy this year, but this LP was a bit of a shock for me. It passed me by initially, and it took a timely order from a tasteful customer (Thanks Paul!) to make me pay attention. Part Terry Riley, Part The Knife, this LP slithers around like a kaleidoscopic snake. Absolutely enthralling from start to finish. Listen/Buy

Domino

Blood Orange

Freetown Sound

Well. WELL. I was the sole fan of Cupid Deluxe at HS HQ. Sticking it on garnered tuts and huffs amongst the nay-saying miserablists I’m stood with all day. WELL. Didn’t I have the last laugh? Dev Hynes’ journey through 80’s pop and avant performance culture filtered by a Lou Reed-esque narrative is simply getting better and better. His nods are firmly looking at Arthur Russell, Michael Jackson, Prince, and let me tell you, it’s fine with me. Listen/Buy

Sonic Cathedral

Xam Duo

Xam Duo

Expanding to a duo has only served Xam, now Xam Duo well. Tripped out, pastoral modular sermons and brass offerings that recall Eno’s early 80’s work. Brilliant, pure and simple. Listen/Buy

Night School

Happy Meals

Fruit Juice

I’m still waiting for a full length after the incredible Apero EP, but this has served as a delicious stop-gap in the mean time. 70’s Parisian chanteuse meets New York disco thump in possibly the most beautifully packaged release this year. Night School Rules OK. Listen/Buy

VHF

Æthenor

Hazel

From the cover, and from the line up, I was expecting a near aesthetic follow-up to Terrestrials by Sunn0)) and Ulver. What we got was an effervescent free jazz meditation simply looking at Doom metal rather than ever actually touching it. Listen/Buy

Warp

Mark Pritchard

Under The Sun

This is a really accessible album, Pritchard has tastefully examined modern electronica, techno, acid-folk and pop without losing focus. In fact he’s mastered that all-too rare talent of actually pulling it all together with a convincing cohesion, leaving his contemporaries in the dust. Listen/Buy

Dead Oceans

Julianna Barwick

Will

The ‘white witch of ambient music’ returns with more ethereal compositions that sit somewhere between minimalism and pop form. Beautiful and haunting. Listen/Buy

Leaf

The Comet Is Coming

Channel The Spirits

There’s definitely a ‘slew’ of a certain type of band at the moment. Badbadnotgood, Melt Yourself Down, Guerrilla Toss etc. The Comet Is Coming are a group of humans that rock a frenetic, but true jazz. This record fizzes with tribal, afro-futurist prog sentiment that in all honesty, shouldn't work on such an energetic level, but they’re taking cues from Mahavishnu Orchestra as well as Cinematic Orchestra and well, it just works. Listen/Buy

Fire

Virginia Wing

Forward Constant Motion

 

Western Vinyl

Botany

Deepak Verbera

 

Brownswood

Shabaka And The Ancestors

Wisdom Of Elders

 

Hot Salvation / TAAE

Za!

Loloismo

 

Modern Love

Andy Stott

Too Many Voices

 

Warp

Danny Brown

Atrocity Exhibition

 

Ninja Tune

Hieroglyphic Being

The DIsco’s Of Imhotep

 

Ghost Box

Pye Corner Audio

Stasis

 

RVNG INTL

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith | Suzanne Ciani

Sunergy

 

Erased Tapes

Rival Consoles

Night Melody

 

Strut

Idris Ackamor And The Pyramids

We Be All Africans

 

DFA

Factory Floor

25 25

 

Warp

Aphex Twin

Cheetah

 

Ninja Tune

Space Dimension Controller

Orange Melamine

 

Trunk

Jonny Trunk

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

 

In My Room

Trentemøller

Fixion

 

Soul Jazz

Africans With Mainframes

KMT

 

Blast First Petite

Bloodsport

Axe Laid to The Root

 

Leaf

Jherek Bischoff

Cistern

 

El Paraiso

Videodrones

Mondo Ferox

 

Kranky

MJ Guider

Precious Systems

 

Polyvinyl

Xiu Xiu

Twin Peaks

 

Rough Trade

Anohni

Hopelessness

 

Blackest Ever Black

Raime

Tooth

 

Matador

Savages

Adore Life

 

Hot Salvation / TAAE

Cowtown

Paranormal Romance

 

Labrador

Radio Dept

Running Out Of Love

 

Night School

Ela Orleans

Circles Of Upper Hell

 

Island

PJ Harvey

The Hope Six Demolition Project

 

Hot Salvation

Sans Pareil

The Future Ooze

 

Loma Vista

Iggy Pop

Post Pop Depression

 

Faux Discx

Trust Punks

Double Blind

 

Guruguru Brain

Minami Deutsch

Minami Deutsch

 

Rice Is Nice

Sarah Mary Chadwick

Roses Always Die

 

Rocket

Goat

Requiem

 

130701 Records

Ian William Craig

Centres

 

Injazero

C Diab

No Perfect Wave

 

On-U Sound

Nissenenmondai

NA

 

Jagjaguwar

Angel Olsen

My Woman

 

Matador

Steve Gunn

Eyes On The Lines

 

Tri-Angle

Katie Gately

Colour

 

Planet Mu

Ital Tek

Hollowed

 

Jagjaguwar

Preoccupations

Preoccupations

 

Harvest

Death Grips

Bottomless Pit

 

Bad Seed LTD

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds

Skeleton Tree

 

XL

Radiohead

A Moon Shaped Pool

 

Parlophone

Bat For Lashes

The Bride

 

LM Dupli-Cation

Thor and Friends

Thor and Friends

 

Blackest Ever Black

Carla Dal Forno

You Know What It’s Like

 

Thrill Jockey

Helen Money

Become Zero

 

Partisan

Eagulls

Ullages

 

La Vida Es Un Mus

Anxiety

Anxiety

 

Thrill Jocky

The Body

No One Deserves Happiness

 

Sacred Bones

Exploded View

Exploded View

 

Ninja Tune

Sarathy Korwar

Day To Day

 

Kids Of The Lughole

Nachthexen

Nachthexen 7”

 

El Paraiso

Causa Sui

Return To Sky

 

 

Compilations

 

 

On-U Sound

Various

Adrian Sherwood: At The Controls Vol 2

I’ve been addicted to the output of On-U Sound this year, from the just excellent reissues of Missing Brazilians, Singers and Players and African Headcharge, to the new collab with Nisennenmondai. This new comp collects some absolute gems of Adrian Sherwood’s production career, from the deep cuts of Lee Perry or Dub Syndicate, to the early Industrial throw of Ministry, there’s a thick, apocalyptic overtone that colours all his work. In times like these, this hasn't sounded fresher in decades. Listen/Buy

Trunk

Various

Britxotica Goes East!

Mr Trunk saw fit to build on the first surprise instant-classic Britxotica! comp with this more Persian flavoured curation. Includes the certified cheeky-banger Climb Up The Wall by Yana. Viva Britxotica! Listen/Buy

Analog Africa

Various

Space Echo (The Mystery behind the Cosmic Sound of the Cabo Verde finally revealed)

Hand me my late-pass, Space Echo is my embarrassingly untimely introduction to Analog Africa. Don't worry, I’m up to speed now! This comp landed like a bomb on my deck, from the laid back chill of Bana’s Pontin Pontin to Mino De Mana by Quirico De Canto, my absolute favourite track in my DJ set this year, hands down. Listen/Buy

Efficient Space

Various

Sky Girl

 

Dark Entries

Various

Household Shocks

 

Soul Jazz

Various

Venezuela 70 : Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth

 

Now Again

Various

Wake Up You! The Rise And Fall Of Nigerian Rock 1972-77 Vol 2

 

Beating Heart

Various

Malawi Originals Records By Hugh Tracy

 

Soul Jazz

Various

PUNK 45: Chaos In The City Of Angels and Devils (Punk in LA 77-81)

 

Soul Jazz

Various

New York Noise (Dance Music From The New York Underground 77-82)

 

Optimo Music

Various

Cease and Desist

 

Soul Jazz

Various

Boombox (Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro and Disco Rap 1979-82)

 

Trunk

Various

Tropical Brixotica!

 

 

Reissues

 

 

Strut

Sunburst

Ave Africa

An obscure, short lived band from Tanzania, thankfully Strut gathered their output on to this excellent double LP. Part afro-fuzz rock, influenced by Santana, part Fela Kuti soul-jazz. What is clear form this LP is the bands obvious love for western rock and Hendrix; there are way licks scattered over this polyrhythmic set liberally and masterfully. SO Brilliant! Listen/Buy

Important

Coil

Ape Of Naples

The post-Tom Waits industrialism of Tattooed Man, The futuristic synth pop of Heaven’s Blade, and the cinematic minimal electronica of Teenage Lightning 2005, Ape Of Naples was a latter-period masterwork from the legendary Coil, and a well overdue re-release, and merely highlighting how much we miss musicians of this calibre in 2016. Listen/Buy

Now Again

Worlds Experience Orchestra

The Beginning Of A New Birth | As Time Flows On

This one was a shock. I’m certainly in my ‘discovery phase’ with regards to Jazz. I’m loving works by Don Cherry, Alice Coltrane, Sun Ra, Pharaoh Sanders and so on. This LP that we were lucky to get in the store is from a little known band from Boston, Mass in 1975. Track ‘The Prayer’ will take anything from Organic Music Society on and give it a run for it’s money let me tell you. Totally blissful cosmic free jazz of the highest order. Listen/Buy

Palace Of Lights

K Leimer

Closed System Potentials

 

Modern Classics

This Heat

Deceit

 

Finders Keepers

Suzanne Ciani

Buchla Concerts 1975

 

Light In The Attic

Betty Davis

The Colombia Years 1968-69

 

Milan

Ryuichi Sakamoto

Mr Christmas Mr Lawrence

 

Death Waltz

Angelo Badalamenti

Twin Peaks

 

Temporary Residence

William Basinski

92982’

 

Acute Recordings

The Lines

Hull Down

 

Mr Bongo

Pedro Santos

Krishnanda

 

Superior Viaduct

Steve Reich

Four Organs

 

Superior Viaduct

Tony Conrad | Faust

Outside The Dream Syndicate

 

Superior Viaduct

Suicide

Suicide

 

Metal Face

KMD

Bl_ck B_st_rds

 

Metal Face

MF Doom

Operation Doomsday

 

Knitting Factory

Fela Kuti

Entire reissue series.

 

Strut

Sun Ra

Singles

 

Finders Keepers

Bixio, Frizzi and Tempera

Magnetic Systems

 

November 20, 2016 by George Clift