Gavin Bryars’ ode to a lost luxury liner served as his debut album proper, and is a stunning work of art.
The impressive debut album of Tennessee-based ambient duo Hammock sees a ten year anniversary deluxe reissue.
The third official studio album by The Durutti Column found Vini Reilly refining his unique hybrid sound, resulting in a very sublime listening experience.
A delightful full-length Durutti Column performance from 1988. Eighty minutes of pure, delightful Vini Reilly is to be had.
Get hypnotized by this intoxicating Philip Glass composition for two flutes.
A fine, unique three-part twenty minute suite of calming and haunting instrumental music from Iceland’s master musicians.
An obscure electronica group from 1990s Austin recently released this exciting compilation of some of their recordings from the era. Ignore at your own peril. Enjoy at your own leisure.
Two of Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis’ three post-Wire 4AD experimental releases are reissued on vinyl thirty five years later…and still sound futuristic.
No list would be complete without this one, would it?
Zurich was a one-off collaboration featuring Slowdive’s Neil Halstead, and serves as the Rosetta Stone for the band’s misunderstood final album, Pygmalion.