Compilation of Alice Coltrane’s deepest, private press works recorded between 1982 and ‘95 while leading the mostly African-American Sai Anantam Ashram in Southern California.
Fully licensed collection of essential Japanese folk and rock songs from the peak years of the angura movement.
Intimate, balearic bedroom sketches from the Los Angeles native on his debut LP. “A wonderfully concocted tincture of yard sale instrumentation, Walker Brothers guitar, offbeat refrains, and home-brew […]
A daytime favorite at the In Sheep’s Clothing hi-fi bar, First Meeting is the first archival release of Belgian composer Dominique Lawalrée’s exquisite minimalist piano works. Compiled from […]
Sports and experimental electronic music are two worlds that don’t often collide… Short Passing Game refers to a style of play in football (soccer) that involves passing the […]
Endearing and intimate lo-fi bedroom pop / funk album out of Aarhus, Denmark.
Düsseldorf-based DJ, producer, and Salon Des Amateurs resident Jan Schulte, aka Wolf Müller or Bufiman, pulled together this excellent concept album featuring his personal favorite “tropical drum” music […]
From RVNG Intl. comes a 2017 anthology of self-released trans-temporal new age music by Bay Area composer/synthesist Pauline Anna Strom, assembled from seven albums composed and recorded between […]
Bit of a hidden gem from one of our favorite new labels Last Resort, G.S. Schray’s “Gabriel” is a warm, ambient trip through the suburban streets of Akron, […]
11,000 Dreams is a compilation spanning two decades and three different projects of Belgian artist Jan Van den Broeke. The songs are dreamy minimal synth musings that combine […]
Released in 2017 and built to stand the test of time, Async was Japanese master musician and composer Ryuichi Sakamoto’s first solo album in eight years, following his […]