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Dallas Acid - The Spiral Arm
"The sky-gazing wonder of Linda Beecroft’s vocals on the title track recall the breathy intimacy of Mazzy Star, yet draped with almost symphonic banks of synthesizers blinking into infinity, expertly operated by Christian Havins and Michael Gerner, redolent of the deepest end of classic kosmische music."
Dallas Acid - The Spiral Ambience
“We’ve experimented with remixing our own recordings over the years, but rarely has a piece come into its own, with a unique personality and such a distinct feeling from our originals."
Laraaji - Flow Goes The Universe
"Laraaji’s zither seems to expand and contract with an almost rhythmic inhale-exhale, showcasing the composer’s uncanny ability to convey infinite music."
Now available for the first time on vinyl, cut by Stephan Betke (Pole).
Laraaji - Sun Piano
Sun Piano is Laraaji, but not as you may know him. These bright and brilliant piano improvisations represent some of the most dynamic music he has ever made
Laraaji - Moon Piano
Moon Piano is a set as harmonious as any of Laraaji’s more overtly spiritual works. This latest collection of piano improvisations is a gorgeously ruminative affair.
Laraaji - Through Luminous Eyes
This four-track EP features Laraaji on both piano and his trademark zither creating ambient soundscapes of captivating beauty.
Laraaji - Sun Transformations
Limited edition remixes and edits by Ras G, Dntel, Mia Doi Todd and Dexter Story of Laraaji's Sun Gong and Bring On The Sun, connecting Laraaji's unique ambience to the kaleidoscopic cut-ups of the LA beats.
Laraaji - Bring On The Sun
Shimmers and glistens and throbs in all the right places, a much needed waves of cosmic sunshine for our current times. An uplifting transcendence that’s simply a joy to hear.
Laraaji - Two Sides of Laraaji
A bringing together of two very different sides of Laraaji, his ambient masterpiece ‘Flow Goes The Universe’ coupled with his up-beat collaboration with Japanese dub-reggae band Audio Active. Features a specially designed gatefold pack with poster insert.
Laraaji - Essence / Universe
"Coming as two extended tracks, each working as an organic journey favouring lush, natural soundscapes, Laraaji perfectly captures the sentiments required to create an aural antidote to a hectic 21st century."
Laraaji - Ocean Flow Zither
(M.A BEAT! Remix)
Laraaji comes head-to-head with French electro-acoustic trio M.A Beat to create a flowing yet boiling track of exotic patchworks and gliding pastiche.
Brian Eno - Neroli
(Thinking Music Part IV) (Expanded Edition)
"Reissue of Brian Eno’s critically acclaimed 1993 single-track album. The extra tracknNew Space Music is a fine example of Eno’s inimitable long-form drone music and a satisfying companion piece to Neroli."
Brian Eno - The Shutov Assembly
Reissue of Brian Eno's 1992 album dedicated to Russian artist and friend Sergei Shutov, and a continuation of the atmospheric ambient work found on records such as On Land and Thursday Afternoon.
Brian Eno - The Drop (Expanded Edition)
The Drop, explains Eno ‘is how a visiting alien might interpret jazz after reading a detailed explanation’. The results are seventeen tracks of angular melodies, bent guitar notes, piano drizzles and manipulated effects that introduce us to new musical equations leaving a bewildering hybrid cinematic spaciousness.
Brian Eno - Nerve Net & My Squelchy Life
Nerve Net, the twelfth solo studio album by Eno, is the most strident and assertive Eno solo release since 1977’s Before And After Science. Nerve Net is accompanied by the previously unreleased and almost legendary album My Squelchy Life.
Brian Eno & Jah Wobble - Spinner
(25th Anniversary Expanded Edition)
"Spinner fills an intriguingly permissive space in the Eno catalogue, where he steps back from his own strict editorial criteria and placed himself “in the hands of Jah”. Includes “Stravinsky” (an original from the Glitterbug soundtrack) and “Lockdown” a new track by Wobble.
Brian Eno & John Cale - Wrong Way Up
(30th Anniversary Expanded Edition)
Despite Brian Eno and John Cale having made music together since the mid-70s, Wrong Way Up was their first official joint album. This is the 30th anniversary re-release of that collaboration, a milestone in both artists’ careers, and notably the first time Eno had delivered a collection of song-based recordings since Before And After Science in 1977. Contains two bonus tracks and an extensive – and enlightening - interview with Eno.
John Cale - Words For The Dying
"While musically this album (produced by Eno) doesn't match many of his more innovative works, this record has nothing to do with rock and roll. It's Cale singing the poetry of Dylan Thomas accompanied by a Russian orchestra and choir. Recorded in St Petersburg in 1989 - a pivotal moment in Russian history - it is one of the best pieces of music Cale has ever been involved with and if you're a fan of his that's not a trivial statement."
Djivan Gasparyan - Moon Shines At Night
"This is music that can move one deeply, enhanced in places by Gasparyan's sublime voice. The duduk drone pieces are all gently melancholic, but sadness is rarely more beautiful than this."
Djivan Gasparyan - I Will Not Be Sad
In This World
Originally released on Melodiya Records in 1983, this album was Gasparyan’s debut release outside the Soviet Union. He is one of the world's most distinctive, haunting instrumentalists, the master of the duduk, a traditional instrument of Armenia. With it he creates surely the most plaintive and atmospheric sounds on the planet.
Harold Budd - Wind In Lonely Fences
“Harold Budd, surely the ‘Master’ of minimalism, here offers a lovingly-curated two-disc retrospective of his work, featuring collaborations with the Cocteau Twins, Andy Partridge, John Foxx, Eno/Lanois and others. It is above all a wonderful and rewarding place to start for those not yet familiar with his work; there isn’t one of the eighteen tracks that isn’t thoughtful, nourishing and deeply moving.”
Harold Budd - I Know This Much is True
The original score from the HBO series of the same name, this album is an essential listen for fans of Budd or indeed the TV series and like all good soundtracks it more than stands up on its own. This was Harold’s last release before his passing in late 2020.
Harold Budd, Ruben Garcia, Daniel Lentz -
Music For 3 Pianos
Music For 3 Pianos, is the result of a long-standing friendship with fellow Americans Daniel Lentz and Ruben Garcia. Inspired by Morton Feldman's multi-piano pieces, the trio continues to explore the space between music and silence with these six sketches for piano. Music For 3 Pianos is ambient music of the highest order, in which the echoes and silences mean as much as the notes themselves."
Harold Budd - The White Arcades
"A truly mesmerizing piece of work, totally captivating and sensitive, striking a perfect balance between electronics and instruments neither overpowering the other. Budd is after beauty, not menace and this is peak Budd at his stylistically most pure."
Harold Budd - Abandoned Cities
Budd does not have many colours, but of those he uses, he is undoubtedly their master. A dark, stark and mysterious masterpiece: achingly lovely emotive melodies of loss and emptiness which reflect the title.
Harold Budd - Luxa
"Recorded in 1989 in Mesa Arizona, Luxa showcases Budd's mastery of space and silence and unusually for Harold, in sixteen pieces spread over four 'chapters'. While a few of the pieces are less than a minute long, that detracts nothing from the record's ambient and atmospheric mood."
Harold Budd - By The Dawn's Early Light
The musicians assembled for this recording are first rate; they include harpist Susan Allen, pedal steel guitarist B.J. Cole, as well as Bill Nelson on acoustic and electric guitar. It features a combination of Harold Budd's typically ‘ambient’ instrumentals and several short poems, written and read by Budd himself.
Roger Eno - Between Tides
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios and in a church in his then home-town of Woodbridge, Between Tides is a wonderful, warm hearted classical album of piano-lead melancholy and pastoral beauty. Soothing, melodic, unexpected depth and beauty.
Roger Eno - Lost In Translation
A musical scrapbook in many ways, it comprises of no less than twenty tracks, probably being his richest, most diverse, unified, yet emotionally broad work thus far.
Roger Eno with Kate St John -
Produced by Be-Bop Deluxe frontman Bill Nelson, The Familiar opens with the sublimely lush orchestration and nervous rhythms of 'Our Man In Havana', and from there Eno and St. John lead you on a humid journey through delicate strings, rousing bombast and piquant melodies.
Roger Eno - Little Things We Left Behind
A double CD set collecting some of Roger Eno's most moving solo piano work in addition to some of his acclaimed collaborations with small chamber ensembles. The overall feel of this collection is a little like a slowly-moving river, which encourages you to sink into it, and let it wash your stress away.
Roger Eno - The Flatlands
One of the special things about Roger Eno's compositions is their timeless quality. 'The Flatlands' illustrates this perfectly; a concoction of chamber music experimentation, drifting piano and wistful waves of strings.
Roger Eno & Lol Hammond - Damage
Roger Eno and Lol Hammond (Drum Club) have somehow managed to put their wildly differing musical stylings into one space to create an intriguing collection of work. In its own way, just might inspire others to look a little closer at the raw power a piano accompanied by just the right accompaniments is capable of producing.
Channel Light Vessel - Automatic
“I'm east of my youth and west of my future blowing the blues with the boosters and cruisers. Spook shows and windows and birds on the ceiling, tombstones and roses and telephone’s screaming. Live and die – time will testify”. Automatic is like an ambient journey that travels far and wide in all the directions of world music and exquisite art rock.
Roger Eno - Swimming
Swimming sees Eno play a host of instruments, from accordion to banjo, but what’s striking is his voice; unaffected and dignified, emotional but never saccharine. An album that can be played continuously without losing any of its appeal, Swimming points not only to Eno’s considerable ability and diversity as a composer, but to the depth of his heart and how well he listens to his Muse.
Jon Hassell - City: Works of Fiction
Combining varying instrumentation with seamless beats from the emerging hip-hop scene, City: Works of Fiction goes a long way to consolidating, in one compact place, the concepts and philosophies that have driven Hassell’s music over the past four decades.
Roedelius - Remixes
Roedelius started releasing his solo work in 1978, later forming the seminal groups Cluster and Harmonia. Here the track ‘Puente’ is reworked into a pulsing and spacious track by US artist Peaking Light, followed by the star of underground Chicago-house, Jamal Moss (aka Heiroglyphic Being) who delivers an intense and gritty remix of ‘Remember’.
Harold Budd - Remixes
Budd's music is masterfully remixed by American hip-hop producer Odd Nosdam’s, ‘Dark Star’ is taken care of by LA's Ged Gengras (aka Personable) and UK's patten’s reworks ‘Mandan’. A powerful, luminous EP that fits perfectly with the two decades of Budd's All Saints' releases.
Various - Music For Films III
Featuring music from Harold Budd, Michael Brook, Roger Eno, Laraaji, Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois and John Paul Jones this is a selection of tracks from imaginary and real films including the Apollo space mission feature For All Mankind.
Various - Greater Lengths
This two-disc compilation features original works of All Saints’ core artists including Brian Eno, Jon Hassell and John Cale as well as recent reinterpretations.
Kate St John
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