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Mount Kimbie: "Cold Spring Fault Less Youth" LP
On the London duo's second album, and first for Warp, they alter course from the manicured electronics of their debut, taking more risks-- especially with their vocals, and those of unexpected collaborator King Krule. And refreshingly, there's no nostalgia, dubby...
Squarepusher: "Damogen Furies" LP
On Damogen Furies, his first solo LP in three years, Tom Jenkinson is in (the Squarepusher version of) pop mode, veering surprisingly close to festival-ready EDM before rending everything apart, like a child building a LEGO castle and then hurling his...
Aphex Twin: "Syro" LP
Aphex Twin's first album since 2001's Drukqs is sixty-five minutes of highly melodic, superbly arranged, precisely mixed, texturally varied electronic music that sounds like it could have come from no other artist. Syro absorbs many different sounds, from loping breakbeat to drum’n’bass to techno proper...
Creation Rebel: "Dub From Creation" LP
The debut Creation Rebel album, released in 1978. The original band, featuring the drummer Eric "Fish" Clarke, had been a studio outfit known as the Arabs, now primarily remembered for their work with Prince Far I, including the classic dub...
Robbie Basho: "Live in Forli, Italy 1982" LP
Robbie Basho (1940-86), who died young after a stroke, never got his due in the culture at large, but steel-string guitar enthusiasts have known for decades that he was one of the greats of "American Primitivism". Technically adept and compositionally imaginative,...
Forest: "The Full Circle" LP
Forest were an English psychedelic-folk trio who formed in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, in 1966. They started out performing unaccompanied traditional folk music in a similar vein to contemporaries The Watersons and The Young Tradition. The band were pioneers of the nascent...
Orchestre Super Borgou de Parakou: "The Bariba Sound 1970-1976" LP
Lost sounds are the archives of a forgotten history. The raucously raw, Vodoun-inspired rhythms of Cotonou have confirmed Benin as a mecca of '70s Afro sounds and revived the story of its people, but the unopened vaults housing the country's...
Ragnar Johnson: "Crying Bamboos: Ceremonial Flute Music from New Guinea Madang" LP
Crying Bamboos is a translation of the pidgin description of the sound of sacred flutes: "Mambu I cry, I cry, I cry". Sacred flutes are blown to make the cries of spirits by adult men in the Madang region of Papua...
Azanyah: "The One" LP
Suffused with spiritual uplift but lacking any saccharine in either content or production values, Azanyah communicates in a language that harks back to the great message bearers of an earlier time: the musical language of Coltrane, Pharaoh and their fellow travelers, musicians who had journeyed...
VA: "Musique Experimentale" LP
Cacophonic present a reissue of Musique Expérimentale, originally released in 1962. Further concrète explorations from the second generation of forward-thinking sonic auteurs that would push the boundaries of experimental music known collectively as the Groupe de Recherches Musicales, founded by Pierre Schaeffer. Having...
Gizelle Smith "Ruthless Day" LP
Long-awaited second album “Ruthless Day” by soul queen Gizelle Smith is the sound of a dynamic artist expanding her horizons from the classic aesthetic of her past releases to explore a new brand of modern funk. Armed with a crew of jazz-trained musicians, her...
Lucky Brown: "Mystery Road" LP
Mystery Road is the follow-up to 2011’s Lucky Brown's Space Dream and finds Mr. Lucky Brown still bowling happily down the retro funky soul blacktop with even greater gusto than before. This project is comprised of a series of tracks all apparently intended...
Myles Sanko: "Just Being Me" LP
This is the third album by UK-based singer/songwriter, Myles Sanko, who originally hails from Accra in Ghana and debuted in 2014 with an LP called 'Forever Dreaming.' For various reasons, that particular album passed me by (though it was reviewed at...
Rokk: "I Want To Live High" LP
A debut album that never was, Rokk’s I Want To Live High is that rare misshapen pearl clenched tightly between the shells of a music industry shucked long ago. Too soulful for its disco-era release date, the sextet’s 1976 Tollie-issued 45 “Patience”...
DJ Spinna: "The Sound Beyond Stars" LP2
Starting out as a hip-hop DJ in 1994, Vincent Williams has since established himself as one of the major players in the US soulful house scene. Handled by London label BBE, who Williams has a long-standing relationship with, the new compilation...
Ras G: "Back On The Planet" LP
LA.’s avant-garde beats scene boasts a high concentration of giddy eccentricity. There are such characters as its poster boy Flying Lotus, the dispensary-fueled scion of a radically progressive musical family, and the bassist Thundercat, who’s singlehandedly propping up the few remaining pieces...