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Forgotten Treasures

Hiroshi Yoshimura “Music for Nine Postcards” (1982, Empire Of Signs)

Available for the first time outside of Japan, Hiroshi Yoshimura’s 1982 ambient classic, Music for Nine Postcards will be the first release by the Portland, Oregon / Berlin based record label Empire Of Signs. The label, founded by Spencer Doran  Read more  »

Future Classics

Elusive “Moments” (Dome of Doom)

Aaron Koslow aka Elusive, is a Los Angeles based electronic music producer, who delivered a meditative deep dive into the many pathways that experimental hip-hop/electronic music and avant-garde/free jazz can link. His “Fusion Swing”, released earlier this year on Alpha  Read more  »


AYBEE Articulates The Alphabet of Rhythm

Fifteen years deep into a riotous and defiant career, AYBEE – the multi-platform artist from Oakland, California and founder & chief alchemist at the Deepblak imprint doubles and triples down on the credo of ‘jumping off the ledge’ when creating  Read more  »

Forgotten Treasures

Can “The Singles” (Mute Records)

From the start, CAN, the multifarious West German band, understood the value in taping excessive jam sessions, sometimes up to six hours. This influential collective who drew influence from Sly Stone, James Brown and Karlheinz Stockhausen would mine back over  Read more  »

Future Classics

Kintaro “Universal” (Alpha Pup)

Jameel Bruner aka Kintaro, trumpets at the beginning of “Alt Pln”, a bass-line chauffeured proclamation stunner, “I don’t give a f*ck about your opinion.” Reason being, it seems this year if you have Bruner DNA, you got that “juice” to  Read more  »