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Paolo Apollo Negri – organ & synthesizers
Marco Vincini – vocals
Emil Quattrini – electric pianos & Mellotron
Marco Zammati – bass
Francesco Lupi – drums

It was in the early 2000s when the band Wicked Minds graced the stage all over Europe and the audience would applaud their powerful mix of hard and progressive rock. After fifteen years the G.O.L.E.M has now taken up, reinvented and expanded that path left behind, with a mystical fusion of psychedelia, hard rock, krautrock and.

Edition of 200.
"Electronic experiments and free saxophone -- Recorded in studio at Nagoya in 2014 and 2016 by Gakusei Jikken Sitsu (GJS). The title Hekizan comes from the poem "Sanchu Mondo" by Ri-Haku. GJS means "experiment room". Gakusei Jikken Shitsu (GJS) is: Ryoko Ono (saxophone), Hiroki Ono (electronics), and Yuko Oshima (drums). Ryoko Ono, born in Sapporo and currently playing mainly in Nagoya, is an active Japanese female saxophone player, specializing in improvised music and works for...

“De-formation: Piano Variations, a work for solo piano. Composed and performed by Galás in September 2019, the 21:19 minute piece is based on the expressionist poem Das Fieberspital (The Fever Hospital). Written by German poet Georg Heym in 1912, Das Fieberspital's depiction of warehoused patients of yellow fever presaged the treatment and hiding of infected and damaged soldiers later in WWI.
De-formation depicts a march and delivery of maimed and infected soldiers to hospitals and industrial...

Stephen Bennett (No-Man, Henry Fool, Tim Bowness) - Vocals, Keyboards, Guitars, Bass pedals
Ketil Vestrum Einarsen (White Willow, Weserbergland, Rhys Marsh) - Keyboards, programming and flute
Jacob Holm-Lupo (White Willow, The Opium Cartel, Weserbergland) - Guitar and bass
Mattias Olsson (Änglagård, Necromonkey, White Willow, Weserbergland) - Drums, Keyboards, Bass pedals, Guitars
with:
Akaba - Backing vocals

"2018, Europe—four musicians come together to make an album o

“The smoke from the extinguished candles has only just settled from our 10th Birthday celebrations of "The Master and the Monkey" and yet we find ourselves with the 10-Year anniversary of the release of our sophomore album, Road to Darkness, coming up very soon indeed!
It’s fantastic to be able to make this album available again to mark 10 years of its existence! The vinyl release is especially exciting as, from the fantastic artwork to the space-rock thematic, if there was ever one of our records...

Absolutely one of my favorite of the original 'punk era' bands, the Gang Of Four released two great albums and a couple of singles before completely killing themselves trying to break themselves in the USA. The GoF mixed tight, herky-jerky rhythms with an explosive guitarist who did the noisy, 'shards of brittle strings' thing better than anyone (even better than Keith Levine), and on top of it all was Jon King's politically charged singing.

"Top down, tunes up and cruising out of the Jersey suburbs into yr heart are Garcia Peoples and their debut LP "Cosmic Cash" on Beyond Beyond is Beyond. Originally a quartet (Tom Malach and Danny Arakaki on guitars, Cesar Arakaki on drums, Derek Spaldo on bass) but recently beefed up into a five-piece with PG Six (Tower Recordings, Wet Tuna) on keys, Garcia Peoples are just what our little psychedelic corner of the world needs right now &fun.
"Cosmic Cash" effortlessly heaves joy. The low-key vocal.

Michael Garrick - Piano
Joe Harriott - Alto Sax
Don Rendell - Tenor & Soprano Sax, Flute
Stan Robinson - Tenor Sax
Ian Carr - Trumpet
Coleridge Goode - Bass
Trevor Tomkins - Drums

Recorded at University College London on the 14th March 1966. For a previously unheard, unprofessionally recorded tape, this is absolutely much more than listenable and enjoyable!

“It has proven quite a challenge to pinpoint the exact venue and date of this concert. The origin

A 70s Italian record that is as famous for its beautiful triple-fold gatefold cover (by well known Italian illustrator Guido Crepax) as it is for the music inside!

'Bambi' Fossati, a Hendrix-influenced guitarist, formed Gleemen in the 60's...

From the historic ProgVention 2010 event - captured in a series of releases under the name of "Live in Bloom" -, when the Genoese Garybaldi had specifically reformed after a long hiatus, there was still a 'studio evidence' missing to fulfill their comeback.
"Storie di un'altra citt�" (Stories from another city) comes sixteen years after the previous album "La ragione e il torto" and, thanks to a fresh, fluid and inspired songwriting, gives new vitality to a fundamental band of the early '70s Italian...

"In the body of work of Cologne artist Wolfgang Voigt - who, like few others, has informed, shaped and influenced the world of electronic music with countless different projects since the early 1990s - Gas stands out in particular, a saturnine sound cosmos based on heavily condensed classic sequences. Even after nearly 20 years, the sound of Gas doesn't seem to have lost any of its luster.
Rausch was created as a single composition. The intention is to listen to the album as a whole from beginning...

So, I�m looking through the tons of new release solicitations that I look through on a weekly basis, trying not to miss anything, but also with the knowledge that there�s only so much time in my day to pour over this stuff.
And I see the name Julien Gasc and it rings and bell and I rack my brain and I remember that Julien is one of the members of Aquaserge and who I think of as �their main voice�, in terms of the vocals.
So, that�s how I discovered his solo career and his second album....

So, I�m looking through the tons of new release solicitations that I look through on a weekly basis, trying not to miss anything, but also with the knowledge that there�s only so much time in my day to pour over this stuff.
And I see the name Julien Gasc and it rings and bell and I rack my brain and I remember that Julien is one of the members of Aquaserge and who I think of as �their main voice�, in terms of the vocals.
This is his second solo album and while the label plays up his connection to.

Julien is one of the members of Aquaserge and who I think of as ‘their main voice’, in terms of the vocals. Consequently, anything he does sounds like Aquaserge to me (a completely great thing)
This is his third solo album and it sounds like it could be a more stripped down, poppier Aquaserge album or demo sketches for Aquaserge.

“Confession, fiction, and observation. This is how the trajectory drawn by Julien Gasc seems to evolve from one album to the next. While Cerf, Biche et Faon took...

"Former Planet Mu affiliate Christopher Reeves continues his electronic journey as The Gasman, delivering his umpteenth album in 13 years. Aeriform isn't far removed from work by other Mu luminaries such as founder Mike Paradinas' strangely engaging bob-and-weave synth-antipop or a certain Richard James, truth be told.
Essentially though, Reeves mines a far more retro seam than his counterparts - titles like Syntax, Trip and Zports suggest there's an element of geek and a love of the ZX Spectrum, BBC..

"Yonatan Gat is a guitarist, producer and experimental composer based in NYC. Gat became known as one of the world's top performers as founder and guitarist of Monotonix, hailed by SPIN as "the most exciting live band in rock’n’roll,” with concerts that destroyed the border between performer and audience, and were controversial enough to get them banned from playing their home country of Israel.
Gat then relocated to New York City. He began recording and performing as a solo artist, and in 2014....

An early 80's release by this keyboardist who rightly made a name for himself playing with Magma, Heldon & Weidorje! This crosses the sound of Magma & Heldon.

Players include Richard Pinhas, David Rose, Bernard Paganotti, Christian Vander, Didier Batard, Jean-Pierre Fouquey & more!

"RSD 2016 release. Transparent blue LP in 350-gram matte sleeve with obi strip. Limited edition of 1000. Patrick Gauthier, keyboardist in legendary French prog bands Heldon, Magma, and Weidorje, recorded his...S

“This is the first official reissue of this extremely rare album, originally released in 1978 on the Brutkasten label. A very varied fusion album, 'Im Tal Der Emmen' blends Embryo and Zappa/Mothers like rock and jazz mixtures, with a rich instrumental palette, full of solos and invention. Mostly it intended to sound like an instrumental Out Of Focus (Freeman Brothers in 'The Crack In The Cosmic Egg'). The album has this charming kraut/fusion style.
The sextet line-up resulted in a very rich sound...

“Limited hand numbered edition of 500 in golden audiophile CD.”

“In 1969, I was commissioned to make all the music and organized noises for nineteen looped films to be run in the British Pavilion at Expo 70 in Osaka, Japan. The overall concept was to have all the films running in fixed positions so that the individual visitors would ‘mix’ their audio and visual experience by the speed and direction of their movement through and around the environment.
Since most of the ninety-second films...

“Sublime, unique, sexy, and peculiar unreleased scores by electronic and jazz pioneer Ron Geesin, made for the films by maverick director Stephen Dwoskin.
Geesin made great music and worked with Pink Floyd. Dwoskin made odd films, most of them are in the BFI permanent collection. These superb unreleased soundtracks come from a fascinating, progressive, and important period in British film history. They represent an intriguing collaboration between the lively Ron Geesin from Scotland and the American..

“'The Melting Butter Sessions' was originally an Ax Genrich 2019 self-released CD release that now finds its way through the vinyl thanks to Clostridium Records.
The vinyl LP contains 4 (out of 5 on CD) long tracks, 2 on each side of the album. In case the name of Ax Genrich doesn't say nothing to you let's refresh your memory with a piece from Ax's profile in Discogs:
Rock'n'roll guitarist who went all experimental after getting involved in the primordial Krautrock scene, briefly with....

Ax Genrich was the original guitarist in Guru Guru. You can hear his amazing post-Hendrixian psychedelic wah-wah guitar work on Kanguru, UFO and Hinten.
After Guru Guru, he basically dissapeared for almost 20 years, until he reappeared, almost Rip Van Winkle-like with this fantastic 1995 trio album featuring Ax plus a excellent rhythm section.
Ax's playing is better than ever, and this is as good - albeit a bit different - than even the classic Guru albums! Really! Then, after this came out...

“High end 180g black vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with the original artwork including all lyrics! To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of their debut album, the prog rock icons are releasing their first four albums as special vinyl editions. Their second album was originally released in the summer of 1971, and was produced by Tony Visconti, like their debut album. The tracks on the album are less blues and soul inspired, and more experimental and varied; in the words of the band, more 'unique...

After In A Glass House, Giant and their record label made a concerted effort to 'break the band' in the USA, and the band toured here constantly. Signing with Capitol, they released 3 great studio albums that gave the band a slightly more rockified and accessible face, without losing a whit of the complexity of their earlier work.
Free Hand was their seventh album and was the middle one of that trio and it is one of many extremely fine works in their catalog. It rocks like hell and incredibly...

“High end 180g black vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with the original European artwork including all lyrics! To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of their debut album, the prog rock icons are releasing their first four albums as special vinyl editions.
Their third album was originally released in April 1972, and was produced by the band itself. The concept album was more rock-orientated than the two predecessors, was lauded by fans and critics alike, and gave the band their first US chart ...

"With with download card for .WAV files of the album, extensive bonus tracks and digital booklet.
Presented here, the definitive reissue of a lauded and misunderstood Krautrock album, German Oak's Down in the Bunker. The release has been fetishized and demonized, lauded and misunderstood for nearly four decades. In this definitive reissue of the album, the German Oak trio -- together again after 30 years apart -- have approved the remastering of their 70s music; finally tell the story behind the...

Unreleased late 1960s live and studio sessions by Geronimo Black, a Los Angeles band which featured members of The Mothers of Invention (Jimmy Carl Black, Bunk Gardner, Ray Collins, and Denny Walley) and main songwriter Andy Cahan, part of Dr John's band at the time. The included CD has the entire album plus four bonus tracks!

“These previously unreleased live and studio sessions are a loose exercise in spontaneity, and sheer art, which has been lost in the mists of time.
Geronimo Black, a...

“Since the mid-1960s, Jon Gibson has played a key role in the development of American avant-garde music. As a versatile reed player, he has performed with everyone from Steve Reich and Philip Glass to Terry Riley and La Monte Young. In the 1970s, Gibson would emerge as a minimalist composer in his own right and release two exceptional albums, Visitations and Two Solo Pieces, on Glass' Chatham Square imprint.
Songs & Melodies brings together recordings from 1973 to 1977 (mostly previously...

Kris Gietkowski, who plays all the instruments here, (keyboards, bass and drums) is obviously fascinated (read that as FIXATED) on THE POLITE FORCE by EGG.
This gets an “A” for its nearly unerring accuracy!

“Kris is back with another album, which picks up where his first one, 'Egg', left off - not least in that it includes a cover of 'A Visit To Newport Hospital', taken from Egg's own follow-up LP 'The Polite Force', but Kris takes things on from there with two self-penned tracks, which...

Conny Veit (guitar, vocals)
Fritz Scheyhing (keyboards)
Walter Wiederkehr (bass)
Daniel Alluno (drums)

Gila released only 2 albums in their short lifetime; their s/t 1st aka Free Electric Sound and Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee.
This is a extraordinarily valuable archival release of an excellent quality, previously unreleased, live '72 concert by the original line up of Gila, & featuring all previously unheard material in the style of their excellent, freaky, psychedelic first

"Editions Mego's 250th release continues its ongoing legacy of cross-pollinating and perverting various threads of radical 20th century music whilst concocting and propelling further ideas into the nebulous region where we all currently reside. With Ex Nihilo, Editions Mego resumes its enduring relationship with long-term collaborator and stalwart representative of the label's aesthetic with a new release from London's most charming deviant occupant, Bruce Gilbert (formerly of Wire, Dome, etc.)....

“Souffle Continu Records present the first vinyl reissue of Jef Gilson's Le Massacre Du Printemps, originally released in 1971. In 1971, the day after the death of Igor Stravinsky, Jef Gilson, and his Unit (Pierre Moret and Jean-Claude Pourtier) made this curious homage to classical music. It is jazz, contemporary, and electroacoustic music that the trio interrogate through a wild "noise" session evoking as much John Cage as Pierre Henry, John Coltrane as the Percussions de Strasbourg, the Art Ensemble...

For minimalism fans like myself, this album is sort of a minor holy grail.
"This new vinyl release from Orange Mountain Music presents Philip Glass' first concert ever in what the composer considers his 'debut.' The concert took place on May 19...

“Lost Philip Glass recordings from 1975, from Office de Radiodiffusion Télévision Française (ORTF). The newly discovered and unreleased concert from 1975 recorded by the Philip Glass Sextet at La Maison de la Radio, Paris. The sextet was composed of Philip Glass, Jon Gibson, Dickie Landry, Michael Riesman, Joan La Barbara, and Richard Peck. Music in Twelve Parts is a set of twelve pieces written between 1971 and 1974. This performance in France includes "Part 1", "2", "3", "11", and "12" on a double LP....

"First-ever vinyl reissue of rare and sought-after Swedish psychedelic/progressive/folk underground treasures from the early 1970s. From Swedish folk to epic full-tilt fuzz guitar jams, it's all in here. Originally released in 1972 on the obscure...

This band are from Cookeville, TN, home of The Hosemobile! They are a trio of
Mike Littrell-guitar
Cale Koester-bass
Brad Schroeder-drums
and they even sort of operate somewhere in the same basic sphere of instrumental math rock / post rock, although now is now and then was then. Y'know?
But they are a great little outfit as listening to either of the two clips below will show you and can safely recommended to fans of 'modern, non-retro' progressive rock, ala Us, Today or Crown Lar

Originally released in 1987, this is a very good, Joy Division-inspired sounding record.

"How a boy from the Sri Lankan jungle formed the greatest post-punk band you've never heard. Fronted by an intense singer with an oblique songbook and a mysterious past, Glorious Din was unlike any other group to emerge from San Francisco's '80s underground. With singer Eric Cope, the chosen persona of a Joy Division-obsessed Sri Lankan boy who travelled halfway around the world to follow his punk dream.....

Originally released in 1985, this is a very good, Joy Division-inspired sounding record.

"How a boy from the Sri Lankan jungle formed the greatest post-punk band you've never heard. Fronted by an intense singer with an oblique songbook and a mysterious past, Glorious Din was unlike any other group to emerge from San Francisco's '80s underground. With singer Eric Cope, the chosen persona of a Joy Division-obsessed Sri Lankan boy who travelled halfway around the world to follow his punk dream...

Randy Gloss - all percussion, composition, and production

*****5 STARS*****from LA Weekly
"Gloss is a true master of almost anything that can be hand-struck, which he so eloquently demonstrates with sounds and textures that blend together in a delicious confectionary for the ear." —L.A. Weekly

*****5 STARS*****from Percussive Notes
"This album is an opportunity to hear one of America’s great percussion virtuosi in a solo context in which Randy Gloss quite literally brings you a..

Great, up and coming, new Swedish psychedelic band from Sweden. Lots of influences from Can, Afro-pop/Fela Kuti early Sabbath, and tribal rhythms. Heavy drums and bass, wild guitar and mesmerizing dual female vocals make this band unique and wonderous...

Great, up and coming, new Swedish psychedelic band from Sweden. Lots of influences from Can, Afro-pop/Fela Kuti early Sabbath, and tribal rhythms. Heavy drums and bass, wild guitar and mesmerizing dual female vocals make this band unique and wonderous...

Goblin were a instrumental quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums who are known for their soundtracks to some seriously scary 70's horror films by Dario Argento.

Their music is sorta like a demented, evil Pink Floyd, but they really just...

Goblin were a instrumental quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums who are known for their soundtracks to some seriously scary 70's horror films by Dario Argento. Their music is sorta like a demented, evil Pink Floyd, but they really just sound like...

Beautiful gatefold jacket!
Goblin were a instrumental quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums who are known for their soundtracks to some seriously scary 70's horror films by Dario Argento. Their music is sorta like a demented, evil Pink Floyd, but they really just sound like Goblin.

A release so great that one of the great bands of the 90s/00s named themselves after it! Goblin were a instrumental quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums who are known for their soundtracks to some seriously scary 70's horror films by Dario Argento.

After the successful Dawn of the Dead live soundtrack performance in 2017 and subsequent live LP release by Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin, Svart Records are proud to present another foray into the world of classic Italian horror soundtracks. This time Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin were invited to Finland to perform a Dario Argento two movie set, opening with a live accompaniment to Profondo Rosso and finishing the night with a striking rendition Suspiria.
Recorded on May 19th 2019 and mixed and mastered...

“After the successful Dawn of the Dead live soundtrack performance in 2017 and subsequent live LP release by Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin, Svart Records are proud to present another foray into the world of classic Italian horror soundtracks. This time Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin were invited to Finland to perform a Dario Argento two movie set, opening with a live accompaniment to Profondo Rosso and finishing the night with a striking rendition Suspiria.
Recorded on May 19th 2019 and mixed and mastered...

Claudio Simonetti – keyboards
Bruno Previtalli – guitar
Cecilia Nappo – bass
Federico Maragoni – drums

Not sure why it took about 10 previous albums and tours for this to happen, but Claudio Simonetti and HIS version of Goblin have finally released a record of new material, all of which sort of fits into the horror soundtrack mode that they are best known for!

“The Devil Is Back is the new full album of Claudio Simonetti's Goblin. The album is a perfect mix of progressive ro

Claudio Simonetti – keyboards
Bruno Previtalli – guitar
Cecilia Nappo – bass
Federico Maragoni – drums

CASE IN POINT!
Here, Claudio and his new batch of Goblins make new re-recordings of Goblin’s best known tracks from their 70s horror films soundtracks.

“Second album of the greatest hits of Claudio Simonetti's Goblin with some unreleased as a rarity. The album contains historical songs such as: – Roller and Aquaman from the Goblin album Roller – Opera, Non Ho Sonno, Death Farm, soundtracks of the homonymous films by Dario Argento – Gamma, a song written by Claudio’s father, Enrico Simonetti, a very successful theme song of the homonymous TV drama – Cut And Run, Simonetti’s soundtrack from the film Inferno in Diretta / Cut and Run directed by Ruggero...