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Marvellous German synth-pop musician, equipped with the choicest humour and the gift of creating wonderful melodies. Album from 1988.

Obscure masterpiece of the days of the early American minimalism. Recorded live in 1976, an improvisation performed on Just Intonation tuned keyboards put through time lag accumulators similar to those used by Terry Riley.

In 1971 there was no Rock 'n' Roll as out-there as this. During the sixties Frank Zappa, Beefheart, Red Krayola and others were transporting Rock into wierder territory; Faust took inspiration from these artists, but were far more radical. "Why…

Four films by Madeline Tourtelot (with music by Partch):
- Music Studio: Harry Partch 1958 18'04
- Windsong 1958 17'47
- U.S. Highball 1958/1968 24'26
- Rotate The Body In All Its Planes 1961 9'

- The Music Of Harrry Partch 1968 29'59

On his second solo effort here, one time Palais Schaumburg member and overarching Neue Deutsche Welle figurehead Hiller (two of whose singles have been featured elsewhere on MS) has excised much of the rock element that underpinned his first full…

Very influential and popular electronic music piece from 1967 by American composer who co-founded the San Francisco Tape Music Center. Within the weightless fissures of silence, all has now become silvery and glistens -- jiggling quietly like…

Charming casio-pop song by Rotterdam entertainer-in-the-margins. A great LP for a listen, and maybe even get yourself a copy eh ? ;)

"Group ONGAKU, founded mainly by students at Tokyo National University of Fine Art & Music, was the 1st collective musical improvisation group. The group began their activities in 1958, & from the naming of the group in 1960 onward continued…
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