Angry Love Productions presents the official reissue of the first studio album Force The Hand Of Chance (1982) by Psychic TV. Back on vinyl for the first time in over 25 years. Cut from the original masters in the WEA UK vaults, this limited-edition pressing is sure to sell out fast. Force The Hand Of Chance remains one of Psychic TV's most seminal albums boasting classic tracks such as "Just Drifting" and "Ov Power" as well as a vocal feature by Marc Almond of Soft Cell on the haunting "Guiltless". Edition of 1,000.
Double LP version. Gatefold sleeve. "How many can get a personal sound out of a fucking piano?!" - Lee Konitz. Thomas Brinkmann takes his seductive reductionism to the next level with A 1000 Keys, a harsh meditation on the expressive qualities of digital sound production. In translating the timbre of a grand piano into binary codes, thus rebuilding its corpus with "0 and 1s", Brinkmann subverts the sensual qualities of this proto-romantic instrument in a sardonic way. Replacing the musician with a mathematically precise series of frenetic repetition and intriguingly dissonant difference, the result sounds at times like a violent ride through the brains of Schönberg or Webern, drained in amphetamines, at others like Feldman's ephemeral sketches or Russolo's futurist outburst. Brinkmann's conceptual framework is resonating in the track titles. Using shortcuts of international airports, he refers to non-places that establish their own space-and-time continuum, while lacking individual identity and history. These functional scenarios are sterile passages for anonymous, objectified masses, at the same time there's hardly a better place to grasp the very subjective character of time. A 1000 Keys is a fatal homage to minimalism and a consequent denial of virtuosity and the idea of creative genius. Paraphrasing the romantic idea of human perfection, Brinkmann found a way to create sonic algorithms of tenderness and brutality, establishing dramatic expressiveness in his constructivist analytics. The result is of radical beauty. Dedicated to Conlon Nancarrow.
Paura Vol. 2 (A Collection Of Scary & Thrilling Soundtracks)
"For almost 60 years Ennio Morricone has been composing some of the most beautiful film scores of all time. This second collection shows the darker experimental side of Ennio with pieces that have accompanied such films as Revolver, 900, Barbablu', Una Pura formalita', Un tranquillo posto in campagna and many more. Frightening orchestrations, dark jazz tapestries and unsettling piano movements are brought to life. With this release Rustblade attempts to shine a light on the compositional magic of an undisputed musical genius with a collection of songs appearing for the first time ever on vinyl. A must have! Limited transparent vinyl 499 copies."
"Regularly hailed as one the most important composers of the late 20th century, John Zorn is comfortable at the helm of an ensemble, as improviser on an array of instruments, and as a bold theorist of collaboration. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, the New York artist and operator of the esteemed Tzadik label became known for assembling hardcore-inflected jazz ensembles and for devising 'game systems,' or intricate musical conditions intended to force players into new territory. Released in 1990 on Nonesuch, Naked City bears a stark cover photograph by Weegee -- noted for his unsparing images of New York crime scenes -- and features one of the more staggering 'rock' lineups ever assembled: Zorn on alto saxophone, guitarist Bill Frisell, bassist Fred Frith, drummer Joey Baron, keyboardist Wayne Horvitz, and vocalist Yamatsuka Eye. Naked City is a maelstrom of styles, veering recklessly between country, noise, New Orleans R&B, polka, and grindcore, with overtures from detective shows and film noir. In other words, it's a daring maelstrom of American musical vernacular. It also explodes the rock format's supposed limitation and retains a wildly intersectional listenership: devotees of punk, free jazz, and harsh noise celebrate Naked City. In short, as one writer put it, Naked City remains a 'pinnacle of avant coolness.'"
Everything Is Wrong (Solomun Remix)
Solomun reveals his latest remix for popular NYC rock band Interpol. Taken from Interpol's latest album El Pintor, "Everything Is Wrong" has been given a dancefloor-ready makeover from Solomun. His remix preserves the gritty guitar line, adding a subtle but deep bassline and echoed percussion. The vocals are slightly tweaked, their electronic twang reminiscent of '80s bands. As Solomon's strings slowly grow throughout the track. Solomun's remix of "Everything Is Wrong" preserves the mood and melody of the original, yet is a clearly recognizable production of his own. Includes MP3-codes.
Double LP version. Includes download code. A-TON is a new edition and platform of Berghain's in-house imprint Ostgut Ton, focusing on ambient, archive and alternative music, differing from the club-focused records on the main label. Chronicles I marks the start of a series from Luke Slater's The 7th Plain moniker, with remastered, previously released and unheard archive material. First published on General Production Recordings between 1993 and 1996, Slater's The 7th Plain pushed the further burgeoning genre of ambient music towards its boundaries by not limiting itself to mostly beat-less synth pads, but by including propulsive beat progressions, nuanced rhythms and subtle melodies. Luke Slater pioneered the UK's electronic landscape as Translucent, 4 Slots For Bill, Planetary Assault Systems, The 7th Plain, Clementine, and later as L.B. Dub Corp, by partly focusing on, partly bypassing the traditional, puristic values of techno. The 7th Plain's extra-mundane music dodged classification, as heard on the albums The 4 Cornered Room (1994) and My Yellow Wise Rug (1994) - emotional, eerie and escapist music, at the time of release forward thinking records that in retrospect managed to overcome time. Originally recorded at Slater's Spacestation Ø, now all newly mastered for A-TON, Chronicles I depicts the futurist aesthetic and musical agenda of the '90s in a contemporary context, without nostalgia but confidence of its timelessness. With seven original musical pieces and a previously unreleased Ken Ishii remix, The 7th Plain sounds as spirited and relevant as ever. While "Boundaries" (taken from My Yellow Wise Rug), "Grace" and "Surface Bound" (from The 4 Cornered Room) should be familiar to Slater aficionados, "The Super 8", "T Funk States", "Slip 7 Sideways" and "Chords Are Dirty" are previously unheard like the aforementioned remix of Ishii's "Extra". Chronicles I sees The 7th Plain expand the warmth and bleakness of analog synthesizer music to the digital age.
Four disparate, industrial-tinged tracks that demonstrate a rough-hewn synthesis of noise and techno. From the hypnotic "Caberet Voltaire gone Reggaeton" patter of "Chats With Lucy" to the crawling computer acid of "Christian Rock Concert", Nick Klein teases out melodies from beneath layers of muddied beats on The Lonesome Dealer, a record that is as pacifying as it is jarring. "Do You Want To Crash?" is perhaps the clearest realization of this idea; its crescendoing din of noise giving way to a laser-cut synth line, while "Pain Management Resource" is built around a clatter of hi-hats and wobbly polyrhythms.
Black Truffle present Speak To Me, the sixth full-length release from 3/4HadBeenEliminated, the Italian trio of Stefano Pilia, Claudio Rocchetti and Valerio Tricoli. Based on source material recorded in Bologna and Berlin over the course of several years, the album is made up of two side-long pieces meticulously constructed in post-production by Tricoli in his singularly dense and unpredictable style. Although their live performances have always been entirely improvised, in their recorded work the group focuses on using improvised recordings as source material for compositions built up through layering, editing and analog manipulation, extending the practices of Teo Macero, Faust and This Heat. Melancholic instrumental ruminations sit alongside cracked electronics, concrete sounds and Tricoli's whispered vocals, drawn together into dense assemblages animated by gradual transformations and sudden jump cuts. Beginning from the abstractions of their self-titled debut release in 2004, the group embarked on a trajectory that saw them move toward near-song structures, Tricoli's voice becoming a dominant element amid an increasingly dense and layered production style. On Speak To Me, however, the listener feels confronted by the ghost of music, sonic memories echoing across a psychedelic expanse. Evacuated of any clear structure, the music becomes a reverb-saturated morass, from which crystalline details momentarily emerge: shimmering echoed guitar, bowed double bass, tactile hand percussion, skittering electronics. Suffused with a darkly pensive atmosphere, Speak To Me is an elegant summation of the distinctive blend of electroacoustic techniques, instrumental improvisation and contemporary psychedelia pioneered by 3/4HadBeenEliminated over the last decade. LP design by Stephen O'Malley with striking artwork by Stefano Pilia. Vinyl cut by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.
Includes MP3/FLAC download code. Wreck His Days is dubbed-out cosmic pastorals and politically exasperated techno-exotica from Blackest Ever Black's most secretive and shape-shifting project, Tomorrow The Rain Will Fall Upwards. Guest contributors include Conrad and Jonnine Standish of HTRK, Genevieve McGuckin (These Immortal Souls), and Lucas Santanna. The ghosts of Les Baxter, Rowland S. Howard and Nina Simone are also in attendance. But whoever is pulling the strings remains hidden. Structurally Wreck His Days recalls the grand collective statements of This Mortal Coil or Massive Attack, but musically its dreamlike overtures have more in common with Deux Filles, Global Communication, Arthur Russell or Penguin Cafe Orchestra. It roams far and wide: from near-Balearic piano loops of the title track, to the Audrey Horne-worthy death-jazz of "Ghost From The Coast" and the hulking, bass-heavy soundsystem weapon "Reverberasia". The swelling, uplifting astral psychedelia of "...And I Tried So Hard", while "I Beat As I Sleep As I Dream" reprises the bleak existential synth drift of T.T.R.W.F.U.'s extraordinary 2014 10", How Great A Fame Has Departed. A deep-seated socialist impulse drives the whole thing.
LP version. Bureau B present a reissue of Michael Bundt's Electri City, originally released in 1980. Having played his way through the 1970s in various rock combos (Medusa, Nine Days' Wonder), Michael Bundt embarked on a solo career in the latter part of the decade, releasing three albums which saw him explore the vast potential of electronic music. Delightfully varied and typical of his willingness to experiment, his music orbits around krautrock, Berlin School electronica, space-futurism and synth pop. Electri City, his last album, was created in Bundt's own studio using a PPG synthesizer and a Teac four-track tape recorder. He worked on the mixes with a Revox tape machine, cutting and splicing by hand. Whereas he had enlisted guest musicians on the predecessor Neon (1979), this time around he did everything himself, except for two tracks which featured keyboarder Steve Robison (Reiner Geyer) who had played with Bundt in the krautrock band Nine Days' Wonder. The resulting LP is replete with experimental electronic music, psychedelic in places. Music which leaves the Krautrock of Neon far behind. Electri City is like a science fiction story: inquisitive, playful, energetic, willing to take the fantastic on board. Step sequencer miniatures flow easily through the music as it conjures up electrifying escapades of synth FX and distorted field recording fragments, laced with melodies heavy on portamento - all coming together in a complex, expressive musical structure that would not be out of place in a Captain Future film. Michael Bundt dedicated Electri City to the fictitious character Kilgore Trout who was created by the author Kurt Vonnegut. Trout appears in a number of Vonnegut's novels, usually described as an unsuccessful science fiction writer whose stories at best make it into pulp fiction comic books or the pages of men's magazines. Synthesizer music at that time was generally considered suspect, purportedly trivial, in contrast to the pure playing techniques so freely exhibited in progressive rock. Perhaps Bundt felt that this mirrored the fate of Trout's eminently readable works, Vonnegut's intradiegetic stories. But Michael Bundt was not going on the defensive with Electri City having already offered proof enough of his virtuosity. Michael Bundt cast aside his instruments and stepped away from krautrock, purposefully striving for a purely synthetic analog sound.
2013 release. A record of contended mythical existence amongst fans of Euro cinema and rare jazz for decades, this Polish only EP contains all four themes to Roman Polanski's first-ever feature film Knife In The Water (1962). Composed by unanimously beloved Polish pianist Krzysztof Komeda. Features Roman Dylag and a radical inclusion of the sought after Swedish trumpeter Bernt Rosengren. This picture sleeve EP features artwork from Polish legend Roslav Szaybo. Komeda has worked alongside Don Cherry, Michel Urbaniak and Gato Barbieri. While unwanted by the clutches of communism this important artist deserves due focus.
Frankfurt's Gerd Janson is one of electronic music's most genuine and humble characters. He is a co-founder of the label Running Back along with Thorsten Scheu (aka Glance). For Fabric 89, he selected records that he's played a lot in a party context and mingled them with exclusives and "up-and-coming" tracks. Through this mix he explores a space between cosmic disco and acid house - never too hard, nor too soft - it makes for the perfect soundtrack to a sunrise or a sunset alike. Packaged in bespoke slipcase containing die-embossed tin. Features: Todd Terje, Luke Abbott, John Talabot, Traumprinz, Shan, Boddika & Joy Orbison, Mateo Murphy, Geeeman, Catz 'N Dogz, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Glenn Underground, Inner Sense, Mike Ash, Nick Höppner, The Black Madonna, HMC, Joe Claussell, Roger van Lunteren, Scott Grooves, Caribou and Prins Thomas.
2016 repress. "A most unusual and stunning album. Tsege Mariam Gebru is an Ethiopian nun who has dedicated her life to helping others. She has been composing and playing music on the piano since the 1960s. Her music is a unique mix of Western classical music in the vein of Erik Satie, Ethiopian music and religious Christian meditation music. On this reissue of her first LP, originally released in Germany in a very small pressing, we find Tsege Mariam Gebru playing her own compositions solo on piano. She plays with restrained grace and purity. The record invites repeated listening well and is filled with spiritual warmth. We are very proud to present this LP -- the first in a series of records we will be releasing with music culled from the monumental Ethiopiques CD series."
2015 release. An obscure tape release discovery by Red Light Radio founder Orpheu de Jong, this 12" highlights the work of electronic music pioneer Joel Graham, a San Francisco based artist who self-released two cassettes in 1984/85. Originally recorded and performed live on pre-MIDI analog equipment in 1982 as an outline for a live performance, these tracks provoke much of the same sensibilities found in contemporary dance music as well as works of vanguard artists of the time. Slowly unravelling and deeply hypnotic, Joel Graham's music can be seen as a forerunner of what was to come in electronic music.
Peter Zummo presents Dress Code (Don't Look At My Car) on Optimo Music. Peter Zummo (born 1948) is an American composer and musician. He plays the trombone, valve trombone, euphonium, synthesizer, other electronic instruments, and also sings. He is associated with the post-minimalist and Downtown aesthetics, and he describes his music as "minimalism plus a whole lot more." He's well-known for his work with Arthur Russell.
"In this project for Optimo, the listener can hear that my musical food pyramid has musicians at top, or maybe they are at the bottom. In any case, they are important. That is why, from track to track, I selected segments in which one player or another is featured in the take. Some may think that we musicians do multiple takes to get the perfect performance, but I like to find the special interactions lurking in each excursion. Different players came forward in each of the takes, which were recorded in the studios Seaside Lounge and Headroom, in Brooklyn, and live in performances at Cube Cinema, in Bristol, UK, as well as in Long Island City and on Staten Island, New York. In order to escape the tyranny of the lyric, I am exploring in this release the possibilities of nonsensical and non-emotional lyrics. These kinds of lyrics bring the singing voices into the mix without an overweening message. The tracks include open-form compositions in which the duration was not specified." -- Peter Zummo, June 2016.
Terence Fixmer presents four new tracks on the Beneath The Skin EP, following up on 2015's Aktion Mekanik Theme Versions (OSTGUT 088EP). Beneath The Skin comprises the various musical facets of a Klubnacht: dark, pounding slaps and discomforting yet soaring synths ("Beneath The Skin"), acid techno modulations and lone voices in the dark ("Trace To Nowhere"), hypnotic synth progressions and ambient textures ("Devil May Care") and finally some rest and soothing ("Immersion").
2016 repress. Originally released on vinyl in 2012. Cafe OTO is a concert venue operating in Dalston, East London, specializing in various strains of avant-music: free-jazz, song, electronics, etc. OTO have been professionally recording various shows on and off since the venue opened in 2008. The Worse the Better is a recording of the stunning first set performed by the trio of Peter Brötzmann, Steve Noble and John Edwards at Cafe OTO in January 2010 during Brötzmann's first residency at the venue. It was also the first time this trio had played together. The concert was recorded at Cafe OTO by Shane Browne and mastered by Andrea "Lupo" Lubich at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.
Permanent Vacation 4
Permanent Vacation returns with the fourth instalment of, well, Permanent Vacation. The longest ongoing compilation series on the label and it's dedicated to the more beachy side of the dancefloor. But no need to stress the "B" word, the "C" word or even the big "D". Blissed out vintage modernism from around the universe. Twelve exclusive tracks by old heroes and new stars for eternity. Presented in a lusty deluxe cover edition. Hi And Saberhägen are two friends from Glasgow who make some incredible music, check their 12" on Proibito. Carrot Green is a young new talent from Brazil, he blends Brazilian music, house and techno and has also done some great edits. Young Marco from Amsterdam is a fantastic producer and DJ, his talent for producing the right voice in an emotive melody and dynamic arrangement is aspirational. His debut album Biology (2014) on ESP Institute was truly impressive. As a product of Melbourne's effervescent music scene, Fantastic Man, AKA Mic Newman had several remarkable releases on his own Fine Choice label. Prins Emanuel, part of the Malmö based label Fasaan, delivers the perfect summer vibes. Alex Burkat from USA returns with another gem, after his 12" for Permanent Vacation. Correspondent's Man Power keeps them comin'. Benedikt Frey from Frankfurt had some great output with 12"s and remixes for Life At Robert Johnson, Love Pain Sunshine and Rain, ESP Institute, plus the amazing debut album of his project Init on John Talabot's Hivern Discs. Hugh Mane from UK just released another wonderful dusted house EP on Running Back. Cleveland is the nom-de-guerre of upcoming Luxembourgian producer Andrea Mancini, who had two 12" on White and Hivern Discs. map.ache from Leipzig is the man behind Kann Records and part of the brilliant house scene in East Germany. Suzanne Kraft from Los Angeles is also no stranger, after stunning releases on Running Back, a 12" on Kitjen, plus his album Talk From Home which came out on Melody As Truth.
Includes download code. Which Way To Leave? is the latest record by Stockholm based musician John Chantler. The self-reflexive sequencing that tracks the sub-harmonic series in the opening blast of "Falling Forward" positions the record as Chantler's most explicitly melodic. These melodies however do not exist in a mono-dimensional vacuum, rather they co-exist in a meshed framework of dynamic layers of timbre. The record's abrupt cuts, deft variations of density and unexpected diversions are happily explored with head-long dives into ravishing texture and extended stretches of surface stasis. The music draws on a domestic reimagining of the traditions of studio based electronic music/musique concrete and 20th century minimalism and delivers this with brash revitalized energy. Born out of his relocation to Stockholm, following an extended period in London, Which Way To Leave? bares the marks of senses attuned to new environments and spaces. Recorded for the most part at Chantler's home studio, additional material was recorded at Elektronmusikstudion (EMS). It features guest appearances by Carina Thorén (For Barry Ray) and cellist Okkyung Lee. Still Light, Outside his fourth LP released in 2015 is an extended suite that combines passages of stark minimalism centered at the bodily invasive extremes of the pipe organ's register with striking explosions of color; massed chords shot through with heavy distortion and electronics that operate according to their own dream logic. It was described as "strikingly beautiful" by The Guardian. Chantler's three previous LPs were all released on Room40. Even Clean Hands Damage the Work (RM 459LP, 2014) included the first output from his time at EMS. It followed The Luminous Ground - released in 2011 and was included in The Wire magazine's top releases of that year. The Luminous Ground was his first LP release focusing on the modular synthesizer system he first explored as part of the trio LP with Lawrence English and Tujiko Noriko, 2008's U.
Surinam Funk Force
Surinam Funk Force is a compilation of highly collectable and rare Surinamese 45s and LP cuts compiled by Antal Heitlager and Thomas Gesthuizen. This is the follow up to the Kindred Spirits released Surinam! compilation (KSDF 002LP, 2012). Surinam Funk Force goes even deeper into the field of '70s and '80s funk music from the Surinamese dance floors. Fresh artwork by Cosmo Knex. Features tracks from: Steve Watson, Jam Band 80, Sonny Khoeblal, Errol De La Fuente, Sumy, Explosion, Eddie Tailor, Ronald Snijders, Astaria and Sound Track Orchestra And Silvy.
"Bill Direen is a legend of the New Zealand underground. He has written and produced poetry, novels and a slew of recorded material. Weaned on garage bands in the late '60s, Direen started producing seven-inch records in the early '80s, all of them stunners. These releases - Six Impossible Things, Die Bilder, Soloman's Ball and High Thirties Piano - were self-financed and distributed though Flying Nun (and recently reissued by the benevolent Unwucht label). Beatin Hearts is Direen's ultimate, unforgettable debut album, not to mention Flying Nun's first full-length album release. All seventeen tracks are brilliant short pieces of energy, harmony and spite. Anyone with an appreciation for Flying Nun's early recordings can find its genesis here, the dawning of one of the greatest music scenes to ever exist."
2016 repress. "Born Alice McLeod into a musical Detroit family, Alice Coltrane began playing piano at age seven and later studied with Bud Powell in Paris. Upon returning to the States, she joined vibraphonist Terry Gibbs' group and eventually shared a bill with the John Coltrane Quartet. In 1965 the two wed in Juárez, Mexico, and played alongside one another until her husband's last performance in May, 1967. A Monastic Trio, created in the year following her husband's passing, is Coltrane's first recording as a band leader and features six original compositions. While John's spirit can be felt throughout -- from the song titles ('Ohnedaruth' was his adopted Hindu name) to the personnel (Jimmy Garrison, Rashied Ali, and Pharaoh Sanders were frequent collaborators) -- the album showcases Alice's immense talent for fusing spiritual free-jazz and new-age with classical, Eastern, post-bop and gospel. As the late Amiri Baraka writes, '"I Want to See You" is a monastic piano concerto. With echoes of Europe... it has a solemnity and majesty to it.... Yes, monastic is the word. The piano broods in its earth imagination.'"
"On her newest release, Into the Light, Marisa Anderson leaves Appalachia and the Delta blues behind as she journeys west, into the heart of the sun. Written as the soundtrack to an imaginary science-fiction western film, the record's ten songs trace the story of a visitor lost and wandering on the shifting borderlands of the Sonoran desert. Into the Light is shimmering and cinematic, the pieces built around pedal steel, lap steel and electric piano as well as Anderson's signature guitar sound."
Dagored present the first extended vinyl release of Nico Fidenco's soundtrack the 1966 film Per il Gusto di Uccidere. This is a classic soundtrack from the great Nico Fidenco, composer of Black Emanuelle (RED 204LP, 1975), for the western movie Per il Gusto di Uccidere from the cult director Tonino Valeri, who also directed My Name Is Nobody (1973) and Day of Anger (1964). Fidenco is linked to the tradition of the great spaghetti western soundtracks such as the ones composed by Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai, with a lot of classic musical elements and the help of I Cantori Moderni of Alessandro Alessandroni but with his personal and special "touch". Double colored vinyl. Edition of 500.
Demdike Stare prise another absolute gem from Japan's Shinichi Atobe; presenting six tracks of original, previously unreleased material recorded some time in the last 20 years in Saitama, Japan, perfectly complementing the sublime ambient house zen of his Butterfly Effect album (DDS 010CD, 2014). The reclusive artist has seen a lot of justified, and somewhat overdue, praise surrounding the reissue of his sole early release, the Ship Scope 12" by Demdike Stare (DDS 014EP, 2015), originally issued by Berlin's Chain Reaction label in 2001, whilst the dispatch of his distinguished and subtly diverse Butterfly Effect album arguably came as a surprise for many heads who had him pegged out solely as a dub house producer. His new World will expand those preconceptions again, coursing a beautifully louche and debonair vibe from the most minimal loops and motifs - the kind that one could play all day and would hardly ever tire of hearing them. The supple, floating DX7 bass contours and vaporous jazz chords of "Intro" start up like some Chicago or NYC deep house classic lost in its own reverie, and could go on for as long as it wants, before the rainy day piano house melancholy of "World 1" promptly inverts that supple aesthetic with a fizzing, hazy sort of depth perception and "World 2" switches again to a sort of trim dub momentum in stepping, swinging equilibrium, riding the groove like no other. Turn over and the lingering, slowed-down stroke of "World 3" sounds like it got waylaid from a session with Wolfgang Voigt, whilst "World 4" jettisons the bass altogether to whiz and skip away in the highest registers with an intoxicatingly heady, mesmerizing appeal which also makes the uniquely brittle but spacious breakbeat trip of "World 5" so narcotically seductive. This is highly idiosyncratic, exceptional material, with the highest recommendations to anyone with a taste for house and ambient's refined, soulful and experimental echelons. Mastered and cut by Matt Colton. RIYL: DJ Sprinkles, Larry Heard, Kassem Mosse, SND.
The Blues Soul Of Johnny (Guitar) Watson LP
L'Occident Est Bleu/L'An Cinquante-Six LP
A Poem In Cycles And Bells & Other Music For Tape Recorder LP
The Watchbird Alluminate CD
The Watchbird Alluminate LP
Crazy Girl: Soundtrack From The Motion Picture "The Knife In The Water" 7"
Katanga! Ahbe Casabe: Exotic Blues & Rhythm Vol. 1 & 2 LP
Long After The Music Is Gone LP
Dancing & Romancing Vol. 1 12"
Dancing & Romancing Vol. 2 12"
Digitally Controlled Emotionless Systems EP 12"
Polar Star EP 12"/PIC DISC
Cosmic Temple Chapter 1 12"
Cosmic Temple Chapter 2 12"
Dress Code (Don't Look At My Car) LP
Paura Vol. 2 (A Collection Of Scary & Thrilling Soundtracks) LP
Paura (A Collection Of Scary & Thrilling Soundtracks) CD
Force The Hand Of Chance LP
Selected Remixes 2009-2015 4LP BOX
Spielt Eigene Komposition LP
Studies I-XVII for Samplers and Percussion LP