Taken from the Superior Viaduct release, Jack Orion.
This reissue of William S. Burroughs’ debut audio recording from 1965 is a rare treat, offering up the sound of a brilliant author reading from his greatest work.
The sole release of Deparmentstore Santas has become a lo-fi holy grail, and for good reason; this reissue shows that its mastermind, Joseph D’Angelo, was a talented young man with great promise.
Experimental composer Jon Gibson’s solo debut composition is a dark, dense, disturbing–and oddly compelling–ambient soundscape.
Though they only released three EPs and forty-three minutes of music, New York’s Liquid Liquid certainly has earned the influential title they often receive.
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.
The soundtrack to one of the most unique animated films of the late Twentieth Century gets a reissue, and it’s an essential listen.
This reissue of French progressive-rockers Heldon sounded futuristic then, sounds contemporary today, and is an enjoyable collection of instrumental sounds.