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Pierre Raph/Jane WeaverLa Rose De Fer/Intiaani Kesa ... LP
Disposable (UK), 1973. New Copy ... $22.99
Pretty spooky stuff on this split album of sound library rareness! First up is Perre Raph's music for the Jean Rollin film La Rose De Fer – enigmatic early 70s sounds that mix lots of electronics and plenty of echo, but also sweeten the mix with warmer piano or string passages that recall some of the Italian work of the time. There's often a voice back in the mix somewhere – echoed to the point of abstraction – and titles include "Bruits Et Voix Dans In Cimitere", "La Rose De Fer", "Song For Francoise", and "The Iron Rose". The flipside is music that might be more contemporary, but which often shares a similar feel – especially given the way that eerie abstracted voices are floating in the mist alongside the music! Jane Weaver really grabs our attention with these tunes – which almost feel like some later, more mature extrapolations from the vocal songs in Eraserhead – titles that include "Descension Into Darkness", "She The Orchid", "Cascade In Light", "Widows' Tears Under Spell", "Do Not Forsake Me", and "Awakening Into Red Son". LP, Vinyl record album

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New Luis LopesNoise Solo At ZDB Lisbon (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Luis Lopes (Portugal), 2013. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Luis Lopes isn't lying with the title of this great little set – as the album uses guitar noise as much as it does musical sound – but in a way that's quite revelatory overall! Lopes plays live here in a solo performance – and often uses feedback tones in this spare and striking way that rings out with brash tones – almost more of a improvised reed solo than a regular electric guitar piece – given the way that feedbacked notes cascade together in these sheets of sound! This approach is especially true once Luis hits some of the higher registers of sound, too – as the whole thing's got a feel that's different than some of the more familiar guitar noise modes of yore. Lopes uses some nice vintage elements to craft his sound – including a valve Fender Blues De Ville amp, and a Big Muff pedal too! LP, Vinyl record album
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CanFlow Motion (with bonus download) ... LP
Virgin/Mute, 1976. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99 20.98
Can's tuneful, yet oddly offbeat Flow Motion album – their most melodically straightforward batch of songs to this point, which throws fans for loop to this day – and we love it for that! Can was so fearlessly creative, so brilliant in their boundary-busting, genre-confounding way, that it seems like the "weirdest" thing they could do would be to make a record that sounds a little bit like music other people could make. So here comes Can with some reggae-inspired rhythms and accessible songcraft – but it's still Can, with some longer, stranger instrumental passages and all around other-ness. Includes "I Want More", "Cascade Waltz", "Laugh Till You Cry, Live Till You Die", "And More", "Babylonian Pearl", "Smoke (EFS No 59)" and "Flow Motion". LP, Vinyl record album