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    Aidan Baker – Plague of Fantasies

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    Plague of Fantasies is a rare vinyl release from Aidan Baker. Pressed on virgin vinyl in an edition of only 300 copies. Brand new solo material from Aidan Baker, one of the most prolific musicians recording at the moment, Aidan creates such a wide array of musical sound its hard to keep track, not only does he perform as part of the fantastic Nadja, as well as in projects such as ARC, and collaborating with other luminaries such as Tim Hecker, he releases a whole host of solo material.  
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    Twinsistermoon – When Stars Glide Through Solid

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    The vinyl reissue features an entire side worth of new material, all of which is exclusive to the vinyl edition and is packaged in a beautiful gatefold sleeve featuring stunning new artwork by Solange Gularte. Limited on heavyweight black virgin vinyl. Long awaited reissue of the debut release from Mehdi Amezianes Twinsistermoon project, originally released as a gorgeous handmade self released CDR in 2007, to many of Natural Snow Buildings and each of their solo project, this is the pick of all their releases, which is rather ironic being that its one of the smallest release runs in the discography of all the Natural Snow Buildings and related projects, it is infact the most limited release of all the Twinsistermoon releases.  
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    Deas & Allett – Outgrowing The Wretched Cradle

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    A wild new collaboration from long time touring partners and Blackest Rainbow buddies Deas & Allett. The record comprises of two side long pieces both with the same approach in terms of playing; Deas plays guitar pulling together his classical sound and his stunning recent experimental approach from his Quadtych releases while Allett does live manipulations, taking advantage of his long experience as one half of Towering Breaker.
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    Strategy – Super Awareness Is Fruit

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    Limited edition of 200 copies on clear vinyl. One 20-minute, deeply layered and psyched-out dub track from Paul Dickow’s Strategy project split over two sides* Super Awareness Is Fruit comes as a welcome expansion of the multilayered ambiences that made up Dickow’s Music For Lamping long-player, tackling the contemporary drone-scape with an agenda that eschews minimalist convention in favour of a sparkling, densely populated narrative full of dissolved acoustic timbres, wah-wah filtering treat.
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    Hess & McFall – The Inescapable Fox

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    I think I speak for Steven and I both when I make mention of the fact that a great deal of the materials used to create this release stemmed from a mutual interest in working with taped (analog) recordings. So, when we began working together we started by sending analog recordings back and forth by mail. Most of my recordings are done on treated tape, whereby the binder material is subjected to hydrolysis prior to the recording phase. Steven recorded some of the more sound/precussive elements for the inescapable fox on some of my tapes and his as well. He sent them to me and I began editing the material from there. I’ve been working with piano, voice and field recordings for some time now, so I tailored these source recordings specific to the tracks on the release. As far as ideologies are concerned, we approached the collaboration process thematically in order to attempt to focus our work for this release.  
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    Xela – The Sublime

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    This third and final part of a trilogy (along with the previously released ‘The Illuminated’ and ‘The Divine’), ‘The Sublime’ takes John Twells’ sound into the sickly afterlife, and dives into our misplaced perceptions of heaven and hell.  
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    Charalambides – Exile 2xLP

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    Exile is the new Charalambides album. Five years in the making, it was recorded between 2006 and 2010 in various locations in New Hampshire, western Massachusetts and New York City, mixed at Black Dirt Studios, and mastered at Sand with Paul Gold. The group remains the core duo of Christina and Tom Carter, with contributions on one track by the string section of Helena Espvall and Margarida Garcia.  
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    :Take: & White/Lichens / Split 10″

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    The first volume of the three:four records split series gathers two mesmeric drone guitar lovers, the newly arrived French project :take: coming from Paris and the Chicago based combo White/Lichens. Two different approaches of drone music: soft and melodic for :take:, loud and unbridled for the Chicagoans.  
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    Err on the Good Side LP

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    ‘Err on the Good Side’ is the first volume of a compilation series devoted to musicians, programmers, reviewers, disc sellers or whoever involved in music activities that we love. We offer them the opportunity to share their passion for it by curating a record. For this first volume we have asked ali_fib, the most interesting and adventurous gig promoter in Paris, to handle it.  
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    Fursaxa – Mycorrhizae Realm

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    Fursaxa is Tara Burke. Formerly a member of the Silbreeze band UN, Tara started her Fursaxa project in 1999 after UN disbanded. Since then Fursaxa has released six full length albums on the Acid Mothers Temple label, Ecstatic Peace, Time Lag, Eclipse, Last Visible Dog, and ATP.  
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    The Fun Years / Cut featuring Gibet – Split Vol. 2

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    Two is the right number to symbolize this release. Here is the second volume of our split series that highlights 2 two-man bands living in two different cities. Whereas the fun years live in different parts of the United States, .cut is based in Montreal and Lyon, where gibet, Albérick’s accomplice, lives. Musically, this record gathers two of the most exciting laptop & guitar duets.  
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    thisquietarmy & Scott Cortez – Meridian

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    The collaboration between Scott Cortez and thisquietarmy doesn’t really come as a surprise. The latter acknowledges that the previous works from Cortez (under the lovesliescrushing moniker) greatly influenced his work, to the point of using the same way of writing the band’s name (no capital letter and no spaces between words) for his actual solo project. The main thing that they have in common is their unconventional use of the guitar, which they consider as a signal generator. They then process those sounds through various effects, to obtain a different result than that of the original signal until the source becomes almost undetectable. Meridians is also the first vinyl production from thisquietarmy, as it is Scott Cortez’s first under his real name.
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    Aaron Martin & Machinefabriek – Cello Recycling / Cello Drowning

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    Rutger Zuydervelt, a man better known to the experimental music world as Machinefabriek is somewhat prolific; a fact you might have gathered from his steady flow of super-limited edition 3” cdrs which seem to slip out relentlessly month after month. American multi-instrumentalist Aaron Martin is possibly less productive only having one full-length album to his name so far, but he is no less intriguing and between them the duo have come up with a project which is far more than the sum of its parts.  
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    Death Vessel – Stay Close

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    Death Vessel is Joel Thibodeau’s work as both a solo artist and band leader. His music, captured on the resplendent record “Stay Close”, is an eloquent distillation of a life’s tales. Born in Berlin, Germany before The Wall fell… raised in Kennebunkport, Maine before the senior Bush’s presidency… this musician lived a childhood where the ghosts of Cold War casualties and seaport tragedies haunted the alleyways and beaches.  
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    Small Town Boredom – Autumn Might Have Hope

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    Small Town Boredom are an aptly named duo from Paisley, consisting of Fraser McGowan and Colin Morrison. Their debut album Autumn Might Have Hope was released through Trome Records in 2008, and despite arriving to it late I’ve become quite transfixed by it’s perfectly languid encapsulation of the frustrations of both small town life and small town mentality. There’s a sense of hopelessness which permeates the low key compositions, sculpted primarily through acoustic instrumentation and the odd swell of subtle electronics. The key ingredient though is the vocals, which exude the kind of lethargy of broken dreams. The songs are hushed and intimate, like whisperings of thoughts which you try not to dwell on for too long and never quite break to the forefront. The lyrics are delivered with such blunt honesty though that it’s impossible not to confront the issues dealt with, particulalrly given the relative sparsity of the production.  
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    Akron/Family – Love Is Simple 2xLP

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    For those of you who have seen my simpering, slavishly devotional blurbs and press releases in the past re Akron/Family, wherein I make ridiculous claims about them (which I happen to believe!), it should come as no surprise to you now when I reiterate they are one of the best bands on the planet. I don’t recall seeing such fantastic live shows ever, except maybe Pere Ubu at the Whisky in LA circa 1978 or Pink Floyd circa Umma Gumma era 1968/9.  
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    Pitre / Ensemble – Organized Pitches Occurring In Time

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    Organized Pitches Occurring in Time consists of two 25 minute pieces of music, both spawned from the same conceptual composition/score by Duane Pitre, titled Ensemble Drones. With their form reminiscent of works by La Monte Young’s Theater of Eternal Music and their tonality touching on the floating works of Terry Riley, ‘The Ensemble Chord in Eb with a Minor 7th and a Pump Organ Base’ & ‘The Ensemble Chord in C with a Major 7th and a Guitar Base’ are aural tapestries based on a minimal tonal palette with their instrumentation consisting of guitars, alto saxophones, bass clarinet, violin, viola, cello, tone generator, and pump organ.  
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    Piiptsjilling – Wurdskrieme

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    Wurdskrieme is one of two new releases from Piiptsjilling, a quartet that is formed of Jan and Romke Kleefstra, Mariska Baars and Rutger Zuydervelt. The name Piiptsjilling (pronounced ‘peep-chilling’) is Frisian; a language which Jan Kleefstra uses for the poetry he reads to accompany the improvised sonic worlds that the remaining three members create with guitars, effects, loopers and the voice… In March 2010 the band took to an intensive 2-day improvised recording session with the goal of creating nothing more than beautiful, challenging music. The session resulted in two-and-a-half hours of material which was mixed and edited into two separate albums. Did they succeed with their simple goal? Yes. Yes they did.
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    Mount Eerie – Black Wooden

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    Black Wooden is the coming together of ideas that had travelled with Mount Eerie for months and had solidified into compositions in the days and hours before the studio session. The title itself refers acutely to the genre black metal–perhaps less surprising a reference considering black metal often shares Mount Eerie’s appreciation with low fidelity production aesthetics (among many other things), and that Phil Elverum had just been in Norway before arriving in the UK. Southern Studios’ well-established approach of getting out of the way and letting the performance speak for itself has never been more successful than in Mount Eerie’s Black Wooden session.
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    Mike Jedlicka & Cloudburst – Tabor / NW Passage

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    Mike Jedlicka and Cloudburst share Optic Echo’s return to vinyl with this ambient, field recording laden 12”. Copies are hand numbered in a limited edition of 160, and silkscreened on recycled cardboard sleeves. Art by Marcus Fisher, mastered by Taylor Deupree at 12k.
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    FNS – FNS

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    Despite being his first recording for Miasmah, it transpires that FNS or Fredrik Ness Sevendal is in fact a veteran of the Oslo experimental scene. Having collaborated with several groups over the years, FNS is very much his solo project. Using a variety of instruments, but predominantly focusing on guitar, there is a premeditated approach here; an effort to ensure the lo-fi nature of the record is appreciated by the listener.
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    Cezary Gapik – Contrast

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    Contrast I is the latest work from Polish experimental musician Cezary Gapik and comes via White Box Recordings, the first in a trilogy of the artists works to be released by the label… When first experiencing a work that comprises two tracks, half of which could fairly be described as noise, one cannot help but consider the artist and their intentions, to try and gauge their sincerity. In this case though, the artists intent can be safely assured. With a long history of noise-making, Gapik has an extensive back catalogue of small run releases and CDr’s. Born 1963 in Czestochowa, Poland, Gapik was originally drawn to Punk Rock and Post-Punk while an interest in avant-garde icons such as Morton Feldman also existed alongside his more confrontational tastes. Presumably touched by the 1980′s industrial music scene, the artists bio refers to his music as ‘power electronics’, a term coined by the ever controversial William Bennett of infamous noise legends Whitehouse.
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    FareWell Poetry – Hoping for the Invisible… (Deluxe Vinyl)

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    Deluxe LP includes download code, 8 page booklet, 12″x12″ exclusive art print on recycled board from Alice Lewis, three small art prints, postcard. ‘Hoping for the Invisible to Ignite’ was recorded and mixed between Paris, Normandy (FR) and Saint-Margaret of Antioch Church in Leeds (UK), these four haunting orchestral pieces were performed in the studio live, and re-recorded using a ‘wall of sound’ process, adding the natural reverb of the church to the raw tracks. The DVD includes the Super 8/16mm black&white film ‘As True As Troilus’ by Jayne Amara Ross & a bonus live performance shot by Alain Grodard & Rod Maurice during the ‘Festival des Nouveaux Arts Sacres’ at Saint-Eustache Church in Paris. You can watch a trailer for the film above. Words on ‘As True As Troilus’ film by Nicole Brenez (curator for the Avant-Garde programs at the Cineématheèque Francaise)
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    The Hunter Gracchus / Kommissar Hjuler Und Frau (Vinyl)

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    Two bands that really rip out their ur-tongues for you. The spectacularly cathartic Kommissar & his queen make some odd, Simpsons-themed sex outfits out of trash bags. They put them on, lie on the floor & then roll around on top of guitars while hyperventilating and shrieking. Hunter side is also vocal improv, this time from some free-flapping Sheffield folks who run the Singing Knives label & hang out with the Harappian Night Recordings guy.
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    Tucker & Decomposed – Grey Onion (Vinyl)

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    It’s funny to think that this is Alexander Tucker’s first Latitudes session, as he’s always felt like a part of the Southern family. From being one of the driving forces behind the first release on Latitudes (Ginnungagap) to providing artwork, playing on the same bills or collaborating with musicians in our stable, Alex has also felt like a fellow walking the same path as us, and has been top of our list to do a session since we started the series.  
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    Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek – Patina (Vinyl)

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    Limited edition white vinyl LP packaged in a two-tone matt sleeve. Pressed at Record Industry in the Netherlands for optimum sound quality… ‘Patina’ comes via influential Nottingham label Low Point and features Australian sound artist Tim Catlin, along with the prolific Rotterdam based Rutger Zuydervelt, appearing here under his Machinefabriek moniker…
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    Starving Weirdos – B/P/M Series 1 (Vinyl)

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    Starving Weirdos are a collective that I keep reading about, and seeing on live line-ups that I can’t quite manage to get to. Recently I received an album via the ever-prolific Blackest Rainbow label. The duo of Brian Pyle and Merrick McKinlay have taken a side of vinyl each to rework the playing of pianist Darius Brottman. Long avant-garde piano solos are reworked in weird and wonderful ways that surprised and inspired my ears. The prepared piano is replaced with a post-production feel that remains fresh, even in its existence as a delayed response.
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    Colorlist: The Fastest Way To Become The Ocean (Vinyl)

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    Ltd edition 10" vinyl: The Chicago based Colorlist is comprised of crossover jazz duo Charles Rumback and Charles Gorczynski. Both multi-instrumentalists, Rumback mans percussion, bells and melodica, while Gorczynski plays saxophone, numerous woodwind instruments, synthesizers and harmonium. .
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    Aritomo – Blooming The Ena (Vinyl)

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    Continuing on from last years reissue of the first Aritomo LP, here we have Aritomo’s second LP, ‘Blooming The Ena’ which was previously issued on his own private Hakanairo label in 2007…
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    Mem1 – Tetra (Vinyl)

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    Distressed notes run asunder on Tetra, a vinyl-only offering from the duo, Mem1. A current, quivering along these three fine works, creates a unique yet indistinct mass that, as we follow along in its icy wake, degrades and renders the listener inert, as we wait to meet the ghosts.
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    Sleepingdog – With Our Heads In The Clouds (Vinyl)

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    Limited Edition 12″ Clear Vinyl, comes with download code included in the sleeve: Once upon a time in the days of the Belgian Franc, Chantal Acda made the acquaintance Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie, and the two became fast friends through a mutual love of disco bowling, and 1970’s Danish scary movies. They first collaborated with vocals together on the infamous last track, ‘The Struggle’ on Mr. Wiltzie’s 2004 ‘The Dead Texan’ (kranky)  
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    Fieldhead – Riser (Vinyl)

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    Limited Edition 10″ Vinyl of 250… Riser was borne out of a desire to bring the sound of the human voice to the core of Fieldhead’s music, and to rally against an idea of it as peripheral, as an afterthought to the music. The EP continues the love of tape hiss, grainy textures and dusty loops married with brevity and melody to be found in the album preceeding it (‘They Shook Hands for Hours’), but this time the pallete has been stripped back to just the human voice and minimal, organic synthesisers.  
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    Gunn & Ahmed – Decline Of The Stiff (Vinyl)

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    For Record Store Day 2011 Immune is proud to present a split 7” featuring new tracks from Steve Gunn and Ilyas Ahmed. The 7” comes packaged in a proper jacket with collage artwork from Ahmed. Included is a free download coupon and insert.
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    Tiago Sousa – Walden Pond’s Monk (Vinyl)

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    Walden Pond's Monk is the brand new album from Portuguese musician and composer Tiago Sousa. Following the limited vinyl-only album Insónia released in 2009 on German label Humming Conch, Walden Pond's Monk is the first album from Sousa released worldwide on both CD and LP formats.
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    Fennesz / Daniell / Buck – Knoxville (Vinyl)

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    Recorded on February 7th, 2009, at the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee, the aptly named Knoxville, documents the first meeting of three of the most recognized players in experimental music.
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    Koen Holtkamp – Gravity / Bees (Vinyl)

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    Includes MP3 download code redeemable from the label: After several years focusing predominantly on film and video, Koen Holtkamp began working with sound in 1997. He co-founded the Apestaartje collective/label in 1998 while studying at The Art Institute of Chicago. The label released works by like-minded artists from Australia, Japan, Germany, Austria, France, and the US as well as several of his own works. Holtkamp has released two solo albums under the name Aero (Apestaartje) and four albums as Mountains (Apestaartje, Catsup Plate, Thrill Jockey), a duo project with Brendon Anderegg, as well as an album under his own name (Type). Gravity/Bees marks his first solo release on Thrill Jockey.
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    Jack Allett – The Collapsing Middle (Vinyl & CD)

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    Debut full length vinyl release from Jack Allett, formerly known as Spoono, who previously had a CDR on Blackest Rainbow followed by a split LP with Cam Deas, and a 7″ on The Great Pop Supplement…
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    Menche & Courtis – Yagua Ovy (Vinyl)

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    Limited Edition of 500 12″ on 180 gram vinyl in heavyduty sleeves and polyvinyled inners  
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    Rene Hell – The Terminal Symphony (Vinyl / CD)

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    Includes a 40 minute bonus CD, The Hilton, featuring previously unreleased material: It might not have been so long since Jeff Witscher released his debut ‘proper’ album under the Rene Hell moniker, but he’s kept himself busy in the interim all the same…
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    Matt Christensen – A Cradle In The Bowery (Vinyl)

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    It’s raining outside. The faint noise of the rain in the trees perfectly couches the moment I start listening to this album in melancholic anticipation… The album, since you’re asking, is A Cradle In The Bowery, the first solo record from Chicago’s own, the brilliant, Zelienople; going under his given name, Matt Cristensen.
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