Phantom Limb presents a collection of unsung computerized 80’s / 90’s synthscapes by early Venezuelan synthesist and ambient-electronic composer Miguel Noya. Largely written during a time of crushing economic and political turbulence, Noya’s music responds to an environment steeped in disharmony.
Originally released in 1960; One of a kind early experimental Brazilian bossa nova / samba treasure reissued for the first time. “A virtuoso pianist and composer of seminal works in early electronic and experimental classical music, Jocy de Oliveira’s musical output has had a great influence within Brazil and abroad. Her sole contribution to Brazilian […]
Originally released in 1994; Larry Heard’s mid-90’s gem pressed for the first time on double LP with an extra track previously only available on CD. The first album released under his own name, marked a departure from the four-to-the-floor deep house sound Heard co-created in the mid-to-late eighties to dive deeper into the more ambient, […]
Originally released in 1986; Breathtakingly beautiful, deep, new age drone tape workouts pressed to vinyl for the first time. Featuring Bob Stohl & Kat Epple of Emerald Web. Recommended for fans of Fripp & Eno, Cluster..
Originally released in 1979; Beautiful, low-key, & perfectly balanced spiritual jazz out of Santa Cruz, California. Previously only available as a private press in scarce quantities, High Jazz Records present the proper reissue this under the radar masterpiece deserves. Limited to 300 copies.
Originally released in 1978; Relatively unknown, private press AOR/Blue-Eyed Soul properly reissued for the first time. Perfect for a seaside weekend.
Originally released in 1986; “…somewhere between new-age and (accidentally) early Detroit techno experiments. The inimitable style of BGC here is both peaceful and meditative while simultaneously rhythmic and bass heavy. The album is a beautiful fusion of personal vision, technology and place.”
Originally released in 2015; Very limited reissue of the Los Angeles native’s ambient pop classic. “Recorded over a few weeks in the winter of 2014, the intimacy of the recordings shines through in a melancholic yet hopeful world of melody and tone.” Hand numbered edition of 250, includes poster insert printed on matte art paper. […]
Originally released in 1980; Iconic and highly sought after enchanted Brazlian masterpiece. Deep, transcendent listening. Featuring Egberto Gismonti.
Originally released in 2017; Frank Maston’s psychedelic soundtrack for an imaginary island. “Inspired by the deep-grooving soundtracks of Italian cinema – think Morricone, Umiliani and Alessandroni – Maston conceived the entire Tulips project as a continuation of these revered works.”
An all-out immersive trip into the prismatic caverns of Ermel’s psyche, her work between 1986 and 1992 exudes the spirit of vicariously experiencing her travel memories and her affinity with the rainforest. Check out our full review with additional stream links in the ISC Collection
Originally released in 1986; Japanese ambient holy grail gets the long awaited official reissue/remaster treatment from Light In The Attic. Includes unseen original handwritten track notes from Yoshimura himself. Essential deep listening.