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Edgar Allan Poe's The Island Of The FayLimited edition vinyl pressing of the inaugural volume of the Sonic Poem Series with all new compositions by TD based upon Poe's short work "The Island Of The Fay" - fittingly dark and ambient!1. Marmontel Riding On A Clef
2. Breath Kissing Matter's Mouth
3. Beauty Of Magic Antagonism
4. Cycle Of Eternity
5. Death In The Shadow
6. Darkness Veiling The Night$25.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Booster (Limited Edition)3 LP Limited Edition Colored Vinyl
For the first time ever, Tangerine Dream's extremely popular 2008 collection, Booster, gets a deluxe limited edition triple vinyl pressing on colored vinyl featuring some of Edgar Froese's most moving compositions!
With an astounding collection of vintage gear - from sequencers to synthesizers, keyboards and more - Tangerine Dream continue to make some of the most beautiful and compelling electronic music today. Booster, the band s latest effort, harkens back to the early sound of the classic albums Phaedra and Rubycon with touches of the group s Grammy nominated masterpiece, Canyon Dreams. Still led by founder Edgar Froese, TD's Booster is the perfect vaccine against the ho hum boredom of average electronic music, blending heady ambiance and gorgeous melodies into an organic symphony of life. Enjoy! --Official Press Release1. One Night In Space
2. Hyper Sphinx
3. Metaphor Part One
4. Metaphor Part Two
5. The Greek Mirror
6. Lady Monk
7. I Could Hear It When The Moon Collapsed On Broadway
9. Tangram Chin Part
10. Sleeping Watches Snoring In Silence
11. Tangines On And Running
12. All Thirsty Angels Pass
13. World Away From Gagaland
14. Big Sur And The Oranges From Hieronymus Bosch
15. Ça Va - Ça Marche - Ça Iran Encore
16. Bells Of Accra$34.99Colored Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Ricochet - LiveFirst live album from Tangerine Dream originally released in 1975. Mostly recorded at Fairfield Halls in Croydon, London and capturing the band in their prime, now repressed on 180g vinyl and housed in a gatefold sleeve.1. Ricochet Part 1
2. Ricochet Part 2$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Stratosfear1976 studio album from Tangerine Dream, repressed on 180g vinyl and housed in a gatefold sleeve.1. Stratosfear
2. The Big Sleep In Search Of Hades
3. 3 AM At The Border Of The Marsh From Okefenokee
4. Invisible Limits$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
CavemanOn Their self-titled sophomore album, Caveman strech thier legs in a number of different, albeit cohesive, directions.
Caveman-a five-man vibe collective from NYC-released their first album in 2011. As first albums go, CoCo Beware was something akin to a moody statement of intent, a blueprint for a band quickly learning how to create horizon-wide rock songs that were equal parts intimate and expansive. Initially self-released and later snatched up by Fat Possum for re-release in early 2012, the record brims over with four-part harmonies, crystalline guitar lines, and tracks that see-sawed between echoey lullaby ("A Country's King of Dreams") to shoegaze-by-way-of classic-FM-radio sprawl ("Old Friend"). The album quickly elevated Caveman from local band to watch to a sizable touring draw and formidable live act, as evidenced by stints on the road with the likes of The War on Drugs, White Rabbits and Built to Spill. Despite being the work of a brand new band, CoCo Beware displayed a kind of Zen-like ease. It was the sound a five friends settling into a nice groove; the music that happens when, for whatever reason, a lot of seemingly disparate elements finally fall into place.
"We all went up to Jimmy's grandmother's place in New Hampshire," says singer Matthew Iwanusa. "That's where the new record kind of started. It was literally the attic of her barn, lit up by Christmas lights. We'd all sit in this one room together and one by one we'd all go into the bathroom and record ourselves making the most psycho noises possible. It actually felt kind of like a weird breakthrough. We were all confident and comfortable enough with each other to try out these experiments, which extended itself into the making of the new record which is really just an evolution of this vibe that we'd been cultivating for long time."
With that, the guys holed up in Brooklyn's Rumpus Room to start recording in earnest with Nick Stumpf (who produced the band's debut album) and Albert Di Fiore behind the controls. The album is a kind of sonic microcosm-a series of emotional yet tough mini-narratives operating within the same quixotic musical universe.
As a result, the guitars on Caveman are bigger and more expansive, the rhythm section is tighter and more adventurous, the keyboards more opaque and pronounced. Like a marriage between Tangerine Dream, late period Slowdive, and Lindsey Buckingham, tracks like their new single "In the City" and "Ankles" boast synth lines that sound simultaneously retro and futuristic, while "Pricey" and "Never Want to Know" overflow with guitar sounds that could have miraculously floated off an old Cure album. It should be noted that James Carbonetti, the band's primary guitar player, also happens to be one of the most highly regarded guitar makers in New York City.
And while Caveman's music could certainly operate on the level of dreamy soundscape and still be excellent, the depth of feeling in front man Matthew Iwanusa's lyrics helps weave the songs deeply into your memory. When Iwanusa sings Where's the time to waste on someone else's life? on "Where's the Time," it's hard not to read between the lines. Wonder and regret seem to fuel the record in almost equal measure.1. Strange to Suffer
2. In the City
3. Shut You Down
4. Where's the Time
6. Over My Head
9. I See You
10. I Never Want to Know
11. The Big Push$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
A Spoonful Of TimeThe first ever covers album from Prog Rock legends, Nektar, finds the band joined by an incredible gathering of musical heroes from a wide variety of genres!
A psychedelic head trip through classic rock radio with artful twists on The Doors' "Riders On The Storm," Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here," Rush's "Sprit Of Radio," Roxy Music's "Out Of The Blue" and more!
Features performances by members of Yes, King Crimson, Symphony X, Opeth, Marillion, Asia, The Moody Blues, Dream Theater, Tangerine Dream, and more!LP1
2. Spirit Of The Radio
3. Fly Like An Eagle
4. Wish You Were Here
5. For The Love Of Money
6. Can't Find My Way Home
7. 2000 Light Years From Home
1. Riders On The Storm
2. Blinded By The Light
3. Out Of The Blue
4. Old Man
5. Dream Weaver
6. I'm Not In Love
7. Africa$34.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
PyramidsNow, several years since its initial release, Pyramids first collection of songs resounds like a communique from a far off galaxy. It could be the music made by Martian interpreters who somehow intercepted and reconfigured the decaying din emanating from the charred surface of Planet Earth.
The resultant impressions sound like cut up fever dream tape loops containing snippets of Xasthur, Tangerine Dream and Mazzy Star layered over, under and through each other. The aural pictures are at once terrifying and soothing, familiar and wholly alien. What seems like it shouldn't does in fact work: black metal blasting stitched together with patches of gauzy melody and angelic warbling. It's one of the most enveloping and simultaneously disorienting documents to have emerged from the hazy outer territories of the heavy music underground in years.
Despite the numerous musical mutations that have sprung up around it since its initial release, Pyramids debut still sounds far beyond the horizons of anything concocted by modern musical scientists. Perhaps through a process of reversed time flow, Pyramids have brought the sounds of the future into our present moment, speculative fiction in aural form. It's hard to say whether we should be reassured or terrified by their findings, but it's safe to say adventurous listeners can't afford to ignore prophetic visions such as these.1. Sleds
3. The Echo Of Something Lovely
4. End Resolve
6. This House Is Like Any Other World
10. 1, 2, 3$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Beyond The Black Rainbow (Original Soundtrack)JAGJAGUWAR & Death Waltz Recording Company are proud and excited to release a true
masterpiece into the world with the soundtrack to Panos Cosmatos' BEYOND THE BLACK
RAINBOW. Posited as a lost film of the 1980s, the picture is inspired by classic dystopian
fiction and the obscure SF movies one used to see lining the shelves of the local video store. As
such, the brilliant soundtrack blends seamlessly amongst its influences; Tangerine Dream,
Wendy Carlos, and of course John Carpenter, with the latter's mark heard on the oppressive
synth percussion of the main titles and the evocative melodies heard throughout. Created by
Sinoia Caves, the ongoing project of Jeremy Schmidt, a disciple of the long-form cosmic
synthesizer soundscape, and member of Canadian psych-and-prog-spiritual pioneers Black
Mountain, this recording also features guest appearances by Joshua Wells, drummer of Black
Schmidt's score is many things - haunting, uncompromising, intense - but is always a
fascinating listen. Incorporating touchstone elements such as mellotron choirs, glacial
analogue synthesizer pads and arpeggiators, Schmidt artfully navigates the various sonic
sensibilities of the 70s-80s genre aesthetic. What emerges from this schematic realm of the
'almost familiar' evolves and manifests as a work of striking originality, an ominously
beautiful, otherworldly and terrifying score. Simply put, BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW is
an astounding piece of work and must not be missed. Do you read me?Forever Dilating Eye
Run Program: Sentionauts
Arboria Tapes - Award Winning
1983 - Main Titles
1966 - Let The New Age Of Enlightenment Begin
Sentionauts II$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter SoundtrackResident Evil: The Final Chapter is the sixth and final movie in the smash hit Resident Evil series. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and starring Milan Jovovich (The Fifth Element, Zoolander), Resident Evil: The Final Chapter concludes the story of Alice, following her as she travels to the zombie-infested hellscape of Raccoon City to face down the Umbrella Corporation and save the few remaining survivors of the apocalypse. The original score to Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is composed by veteran musician Paul Haslinger. Following a successful run with the German electronic group Tangerine Dream, Haslinger has enjoyed a career in scoring for film and television, working on such projects as Fear The Walking Dead and the Underworld series.1. This Is My Story
2. A Force So Evil
3. Return To The Hive
4. The Turbine Sequence
5. Make It Right
6. Entering Raccoon City
7. I Promised You An Answer
8. Seal The Hive
9. History Is Written By The Victors
10. Laser Corridor Revisited
12. The Anti-virus Sacrifice
13. Why Am I Alive
14. Towards A New Horizon
15. My Work Is Not Done
16. The Run Towards The Crater$22.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Shadowland (EP)Formed in 2006 by Jon Porras and Evan Caminiti, Barn Owl use their guitars to paint broad musical strokes on a canvas stretched between the framework of ambient, drone, Americana, and Black Metal.
In 2010, this unique blend of stylistic references coalesced into their debut Thrill Jockey release, Ancestral Star, an album that marked the evolution of the Barn Owl sound into something wholly their own, transcending the sum of its influences. The arrival of Ancestral Star fostered comparisons ranging from Sunn O))) to Ennio Morricone, often within the same critique.
The new material on Shadowland takes inspiration from the devotional sounds of Popol Vuh and Alice Coltrane and also possesses the pitch black weightlessness of Fushitsusha and early Tangerine Dream. With waves of guitar soaring over liquid synthesizers tones, Barn Owl combine lush, melancholic serenity with cacophonous, deconstructed guitar to exhibit a visceral meeting of light and dark.
Cyclical themes were explored heavily: mantric guitar processions, swelling bass waves, and fluttering tremolo hypnotism. Shadowland was recorded by Phil Manley (Trans Am) in San Francisco and mastered at D&M in Berlin.1. Void and Devotion
3. Infinite Reach$15.99Vinyl EP - Sealed Buy Now
Library Catalog Music Series Volume 7: Music For Paradise ArmorInstruments of Science & Technology's Richard Swift (born Ricardo Sigilfredo Olivarez Swift-Ochoa, 1977) lives in the NW region of the U.S. He's made lots of different music. He normally sings, but not here. Music for Paradise Armor was made on varying mediums, a Tascam 4-track, an Otari 50/50 8-track, a 16-track machine by Studer and computer by Macintosh. There are, what Swift calls, modern clickity-clacks, zzzoops s s s and the occasional bleep bleep blaaaaap here. These sounds aim to reflect tech-centric life in the West.
When a broken finger hampered his ability to fret a guitar properly, Richard Swift returned to project B., an electronic endeavor titled Instruments of Science & Technology. Swift's second release under this moniker is a part of Asthmatic Kitty's Library Catalog Music series, and like the other volumes (which include contributions by Roberto Carlos Lange and James McAlister) it is comprised of meditative background instrumentals. Following format, Volume 7: Music for a Paradise Armor is a throwback to the spaced-out electronica and analog synthesizer sounds of the `70s. It's an unintrusive type of soundtrack that never demands attention, but washes by in a quick rush. Recorded using entirely analog equipment and tape machines (with some Mac Book assistance) the songs are filled with thumping ping-pong beats and synthesized textures that bear a resemblance to the deceptively complex soundscapes of Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk, or the Moog-style blips of circuit wizards Bruce Haack and Hot Butter. Comparatively, this outing is a little more ambient and sparse than the Music from the Films of R/Swift was, with an otherworldly German flavor. It's also other-timely; evoking a time when video games were played with paddles, presumably in a room with shag carpeting. ~ Jason Lymangrover1.((( Magic )))
4.The New Postukk
9.Studio J - Irvine, CA
11.Station Number Set
14.Even More Field Notes
15.((( Lungs )))$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
In DecayIn Decay provides a fascinating alternative routemap for the idiosyncratic journeys of New Jersey producer Seth Haley - aka Com Truise - through the history of electronic music. A compilation of unreleased, early recordings, In Decay encompasses 13 tracks that have previously been either only available as demos online or are entirely unheard tracks dating from before Haley's official releases - his debut Cyanide Sisters EP, its follow-up full-length Galactic Melt, and last year's Fairlight EP.
While the '80s-influenced synth sounds, rubbery basslines and sci-fi flavors that inform Haley's later work are in full effect here, they're assembled in manners different enough to make this both a fine record in its own right, and also a fascinating insight into the development of the distinctive Com Truise sound. It also finds the producer exploring a number of facets of that sound, from 8-bit influenced experimentalism to distinctly danceable beats - often within the confines of the same track.
Controlpop, for instance, announces itself with an intro that sounds like a Commodore 64 being hit with a hammer, but resolves into slow liquid synthfunk that recalls Galactic Melt highlights like VHS Sex and Flightwave. Its slow-burning dance vibe is shared by several other tracks - Colorvision and Yxes, amongst others - while elsewhere, Haley drops the tempo and channels the psychedelic cosmic meanderings of forebears like Tangerine Dream and Popol Vuh. Dreambender sounds like it should be soundtracking a voyage into uncharted digital innerspace, while Video Arkade cruises along on a woozy rising-and-falling synthline that's like drifting on some sort of virtual reality rollercoaster. Like all Haley's work, it's like stepping into a strange, digital parallel world - a place constructed out of sounds both immediately familiar and yet somehow rendered thoroughly fresh, and a place that's worth staying for quite some time.1. Open
2. 84' Dreamin
6. Alfa Beach
10. Smily Cyclops
11. Video Arkade
12. Data Kiss
13. Closed$22.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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Ponder The Mystery (On Sale)"Quite possibly the most creative thing I have ever done." - William Shatner
The Captain of sci-fi is back with his first foray into Prog Rock - a momentous concept album focusing on such rich and timeless themes as aging, depression, love and beauty!
Shatner penned all of the lyrics for the album, and his deft and poetic wordplay is sure to delight all of his fans!
Producer extraordinaire and Prog Rock icon Billy Sherwood brings a whole host of incredibly talented musicians aong for the ride including Steve Vai, Rick Wakeman, Hawkwind's Simon House and Nik Turner, Tangerine Dream's Edgar Froese, jazz great Al Di Meola, country superstar Vince Gill, and others!LP1
1. Red Shift
2. Where It's Gone...I Don't Know feat. Mick Jones
3. Manhunt feat. Simon House
4. Ponder The Mystery feat. Steve Vai
5. So Am I feat. Al Di Meola
6. Change feat. Rick Wakeman
7. Sunset feat. Joel Vandroogenbroeck
8. Twilight feat. Edgar Winter
1. Rhythm Of The Night feat. Nik Turner
2. Imagine Things feat. Vince Gill
3. Do You See? feat. Edgar Froese
4. Deep Down feat. Robby Krieger
5. I'm Alright, I Think feat. Dave Koz
6. Where Does Time Go? feat. George Duke
7. Alive feat. Zoot Horn Rollo$29.99 $23.69 Save $6.30 (21%)Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
Transmission From Empire Algol (Out of Stock)Neptune towers' second album of Dark Ambient Soundscapes was a continuation of Caravans to Empire Algol's bleak and atmospheric style. The brainchild of Darkthrone's Fenriz, the music took its inspiration from the likes of tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and Kraftwerk. This edition of transmissions From Empire Algol is on black 180 gram vinyl and contains four bonus tracks from the unreleased third album, Space Lab.
Neptune towers was the experimental project set up by Gylve 'Fenriz' Nagell of Darkthrone in 1993, with the intention of exploring a more atmospheric style than that of of his main band, Darkthrone.
Fenriz released two albums under the Neptune towers name, Caravans to Empire Algol and transmissions
From Empire Algol, which came out the following year. Space Lab was the project's unreleased third album.1. First Communion. Mode: Direct
2. To Cold Void Desolation
3. Excerpts from 'Space Lab' Part 1
4. Excerpts from 'Space Lab' Part 2
5. Excerpts from 'Space Lab' Part 3
6. Excerpts from 'Space Lab' Part 4$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock