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Little Skull - Ubique
Little Skull
Ubique
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Planam)
18,19 €* 25,99 € -30%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
One more top mysterious trace from the Little Skull legacy. His LP "Ubique" (i.e. "everywhere" in Latin) marks the passing of time and people. This sense of loss is very present though the whole record. Not getting round to saying the things we meant to say and making sense of the leftovers. Screaming calmly, Dean Brown's Little Skull has shrunk even more until his head is almost just sore meat. This music sounds like it was made to soothe that inflammation.Currently living in the U.K, Little Skull is Dean's long running solo project. He is a player of all instruments even if it sounds like he is barely touching them and yet his obscure personal fingerprints are all over the place. His instinctive spontaneous playing finds ways to make them glow and fizz and ripple.The very complicated hand-made cover is astonishing. It incorporates religious imagery and patron saints expanding in space and creating a three-dimensional architecture filled with mysterious presences.Dean Brown is another New Zealander from Hamilton. A joke city to much of the rest of New Zealand but its feral mongrel out-of-it-ness is well known to those that have lived there. Dean coped with Hamilton through his bands Negative Eh and Nova Scotia and then buggered off to other cities and other countries.After several privately produced lathe-cut editions and a sold-out LP on Elica, "Ubique" is issued on LP in a one-time-only pressing limited to 250 copies only.
David Chesworth - The Unattended Serge 1978 / Five Eveolutionary Things 1979
David Chesworth
The Unattended Serge 1978 / Five Eveolutionary Things 1979
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Planam)
21,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The 20 years old young David Chesworth experiments with the gigantic Serge synth that occupies half the room of the Latrobe University electronic studio. On the traces of pioneers such as Tristram Cary or Warren Burt, a new avant-garde is blooming in Sidney and Melbourne with bands like Severed Heads, The Makers, The Loop Orchestra and the like. David Chesworth will soon play a major role by coordinating the Clifton Hill Community Music Centre in Melbourne, by co-founding the cult label Innocent Records and by playing in acts such as Essendon Airport, The Dave and Phil Duo, , as well as conducting a solo career. He later will become one of the leading figure of contemporary sculpture and sound installations in Australia and abroad, a recognized and awarded composer with his The David Chesworth Ensemble.His first solo LP titled "50 Synthesizer Greats! " was released in 1979 and recorded in the same period as the LP presented here. While his first LP is a compilation of very short and eclectic tracks, "Five Evolutionary Things 79" and "The Unattended Serge 78" are structured as suites. Drawing skeletons for pop tunes to come, these minimal electronic pieces are at times very experimental but never brutal reminding the best moments of Udder Milk Decay's "Take A Teat" or sharing the apparent naïve melancholia of Harmonia's "Musik Von". Hints of elegant musique conrète ala François Bayle can be heard but also out of space blip beats as if Pietro Grossi or Erkki Kurenniemi went groovy.This beautiful unknown gem of ozzy underground is now available from your ears in an edition limited to 300 copies.
Witcyst - Soibiast Anti-Culler
Witcyst
Soibiast Anti-Culler
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Planam)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Recorded in 1995 by the winterless north of New Zealand's Witcyst. Another monolithic skid mark serving of crackers plucked from the man's vast lifetime archive of sound making and beard.Witcyst makes his music with oceans of constant daily mutation. Machines get used upside down and back to front and inside out. Layers of string, tin foil and expired medicine are saved up to dazzle the eye. Parcels in the post come and go full of nostril hair and pamphlets and wool. What would that sound like through a funnel and a heavy metal pedal? Is the room shrinking? One knock for yes. Two for no.This audio is severely distressed and swollen. It is particularly buried and murky and howling here. Are they voices or organs? Meat or musical instruments? Is that a drum solo or decades of tape degradation? Are the hums musical or malfunction? It starts to sound like it was recorded inside your brain and has always been there. I wonder if it means us any harm? And then it starts to sound like a basket full of wise puppies."Soibiast Anti-Culler" is one of the most relevant works among at least a thousand albums Witcyst has originally released on cassettes and CDR's on his own Extemporaneous and Lifespace labels since the early 1990s.Edition limited to 300 copies in silkscreened sleeve.
Teen-X-Ray - Spirits Dogroll
Teen-X-Ray
Spirits Dogroll
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Planam)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A dogroll is a cheap giant sausage of bad meat to feed your pets. It's a magic wand and it is a pizzle.Teen-X-Ray came from Hamilton, NZ, which is known for agricultural innovation, frosts, fog and Taniwha in the Waikato river. Live cows with windows permanently inserted into their bodies for research live on the edge of town.As Stefan 'Smetal' Neville recalls: "Glen Frenzy asked me to join his new 'rock n roll' band Teen-X-Ray at a ska concert at the Hillcrest Tavern in Hamilton in 1993. He had probably already recorded most of the first cassette 'The Ballad Of Vince Neil' using the karaoke sound on sound function of his flat-mates stereo. Then & now I would do anything Glen asked of me so I've been in X-Ray ever since".Glen also recruited Dusk, his girlfriend's German Shepard who howled when she heard sirens. She would bite and claw at Casio keyboards. She didn't share her dogroll. Teen-X-Ray recorded their music on cassette decks, performed on top of kitchen tables and released many tapes on the Plop, M60 and Stabbies And The Rocket labels.Glen and Dusk got a reel-to-reel tape machine, moved to Upper Hutt and could make noise long into the night. Dusk got into Neil Young and killing mice while Glen got into home brewing beer and computers. Stefan Neville moved to Dunedin but Upper Hutt became his favorite holiday destination and each visit would result in new albums. Upper Hutt is known for its pig hunting and for producing NZ's first Hip Hop group.Spirits Dogroll was compiled from recordings from 1994-1996. Teen-X-Ray is still active today.LP in full color sleeve issued in an edition of 300 copies.
Armpit - Leisure & The Elderly
Armpit
Leisure & The Elderly
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Planam)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Clayton "CJA" Noone and Jon "Sugar Jon" Arcus are some of my oldest and dearest friends. I've been listening to their band Armpit pouring out infinite sweat and toe jams for 20+ years and I still can't work out what Armpit even is. They are the wrongest band I've ever heard.We were all part of the same gang in early 1990s Hamilton, New Zealand. Armpit would always happen in rooms next door. They would keep me awake with the eternal strumming of bad guitars through bad equipment, bottles falling over, people falling over, things catching fire and always lots of giggling. I saw them play at a party once where they were too wasted to plug in their guitar pedals. They wrestled with them giggling for about ten minutes and then gave up. They didn't make a sound but it's one of the greatest concerts I've ever seen.Their recordings are always confusing. They display their deepest awful humanity and their sweet sweet heart's all in the same mouthful. Scorched hateful noise, incompetent absurdity, smoochy crooning folk songs with poignant words & brutal sausage fingered editing to highlight the horror and hilarity."Leisure & The Elderly" was recorded in Dunedin in the mid 1990's. Jon was doing a Nursing foundation course and learnt to simulate giving a skinhead a sponge bath. A classmate gave him some of her tortured poetry so Armpit blended it with a Nursing textbook and disappeared into the room next door to record the album in one go ping ponging recordings with two tapedecks.It was originally released on cassette in an edition of just 3 copies. Edition limited to 300 copies in silkscreened sleeve.
Thee Ideal Gus - 99
Pumice - Poise Etc
Witcyst - Screuma / Chilli Song
No Neck Blues Band - Languid Red Marchetti
No Neck Blues Band
Languid Red Marchetti
LP | 2009 | EU | Original (Planam)
20,99 €*
Release:2009 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"Recorded close to the group's inception in 1994, "Languid Red Marchetti" is the NNCK sound in its empirical form, rhythmically a-linear and fundamentally abstract. While NNCK would go on to become a seven piece performing group, recording and touring extensively, this recording documents a smaller group of four original members engaged in the hermetically sealed sonic exploration which best locates their aesthetic origins. From the group's statement on "Languid Red Marchetti": "A proto-intuitive Latihan of feedback + pre-scaffold juxtaposition of layers which would come to constitute edifice, and eventually dwelling. Where we would soon occupy this sound, it here was a force in and of itself, its directionless propulsion compounding into substance and landscape".This deluxe edition Planam LP comes with a NNCK generated essay on sound imaging through improvisation and is packaged in a full color jacket depicting "The hypothetical dissolve - corruption + subsequent inevitable repetition of Suprematism". Edition limited to 340 copies, with full-color cover, infra-Suprematist inner sleeve and ultra-liner notes insert by Keith Connolly."
Instant Coffee! - Instant Coffee!
Instant Coffee!
Instant Coffee!
LP | 2010 | EU | Original (Planam)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2010 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"A bizarre love triangle strung between the Baltimore noise scene, contemporary electronics and the New York jazz world, Instant Coffee play improvised music which spontaneously assembles itself into 'song' shapes that blossom, catch fire, explode and distort in ways that are unpredictable and disorienting. A trio comprised of Lisle Ellis, M. C., Schmidt and Jason Willett, the band members boast some unusually chequered pasts. Lisle Ellis in one of the foremost bassists in modern jazz, and having played with the likes of Cecil Taylor, Fred Frith and John Zorn, he's now exploring the electroacoustic combination of traditional jazz techniques with realtime computer processing. M. C. Schmidt has been one half of the conceptually oriented electronic provocateurs Matmos since 1997, and has made music with Bjork, the Kronos Quartet, Terry Riley and Zeena Parkins; in this band he plays a perverse array of percussive objects and many recalcitrant synthesizers. Jason Willett is a Baltimore veteran of avant and "out" music both on the fringes of rock and noise; he has been in too many bands to mention, but was a longtime member of Half Japanese and collaborator with Jad Fair, and also plays in harsh free noise ensembles such as Leprechaun Catering. In these sessions, Jason plays contact-mic-ed rubber band and an improbable cluster of custom electronics created by noted Baltimore instrument maker Peter B. You would expect the results to fall into a Bermuda Triangle between jazz, electronic music and noise, but in fact Instant Coffee's sound rages further afield: unexpectedly lovely ambience, murky Italian movie soundtracks, humid mirages of drone that take sharp turns towards rhythm, and a closing brush with mittel-European mournful lyricism. There are no noodly solos and no tedious, predictably looped "grooves": this music stakes itself on a casually surreal series of "dissolves" from one form to another. Edition of 380 copies with hand printed coffee front cover."
Giuseppe Ielasi / Andrew Pekler - Holiday For Sampler
Giuseppe Ielasi / Andrew Pekler
Holiday For Sampler
LP | 2013 | EU | Original (Planam)
22,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In April 2011 Giuseppe Ielasi and Andrew Pekler met for a three day recording session at Pekler's studio in Berlin. In a comfortable atmosphere and with a minimum of preparation, the two artists endeavored to find common musical ground through their shared interests in sample manipulation, layering the texture and improvisation. Some months later Ielasi auditioned the recordings and then mixed down his favorite passages. To a few of these selections Pekler then added an overdub or an edit, but for the most part "Holiday for Samples" is a document of real-time interaction. The title "Holiday for Sampler" and the holiday resort names of the individual track titles (Side A: Yalta / Ribadeo / Parghelia / Neringa. Side B: Vegas / Olgino / Oga / Yallingup / Maly Losjin) are an oblique reference to both the pleasures of leisure travel and to the interplay of the familiar and the foreign, themes at the center of Ielasi's and Pekler's artistic practice. One-time pressing edition limited to 250 copies, mixed and mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi and with cover artwork by Andrew Pekler.
Gol / Charlemagne Palestine - Pandamoniahbleeummm!!!!
Gol / Charlemagne Palestine
Pandamoniahbleeummm!!!!
LP | 2008 | EU | Original (Planam)
20,99 €*
Release:2008 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Entering their twentieth year of existence, the GOL orchestra, together with the label Planam, celebrates and starts a new program of collaborations: the Gollaboration series.Volume 2, "Pandamoniahbleeummm!!!!" marks the encounter with Charlemagne Palestine, pionneer of strumming music and piano maximalism, in the St. Eustache Church in Paris, known for its world famous church organ. The following battle, in form of a long incantatory improvisation, Charlemagne Palestine playing the church organ and GOL doing the electronics, bass, guitar, and the flutes part, combines many attributes of a pagan ritual. GOL was formed in 1988 in Paris by Jean-Marcel Busson, Frédéric Rebotier, Ravi Sharda and Samon Takahashi. The quartet embodies, within a post-dada spirit, a lost rural tradition. GOL plays flute, horns, guitar, violin, toys, selfmanufactured instruments, tapes, turntables, voices, various percussion instruments and electronics, an appropriateness of both traditional string instrument and handmade low fi equipment. GOL's first LP (gol lp 01), issued in 1993, compiles their first items (88-92) based on vinyl- record's scratching, tape's cut-ups and acoustic instruments. The issuing of this LP was followed by a 9 years long hibernation. Since 2002, the band is back together to pursue its common research and play together of instinct and invention. Their music, electroacoustic oriented, is partially improvised and partly tense. At the time of a collaboration with roumanian composer Iancu Dumitrescu, GOL developped a score system knowned as « layer's leaf ». Through this system, they could elaborate an hybrid music, between orchestral conduct and free interpretation of movements. Edition limited to 300 copies, also including a large insert with liner notes great graphics by Jean-Marcel Busson who also design the front and back cover.
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