1. LEVENTE - "Heart Of Orion"
From "Turning Pages" (M&E 596). Ambient and spacey Germanic electronic
music, not in an entirely dissimilar mould to vintage Tangerine Dream,
though they probably didn't record in Farnborough.
2. ALEX HAYES - "Shutter Alarm"
From "Shades Of Being / Where Land Meets Water - M&E Special Edition" (M&E
579). American electronica produced by Communication Union's Blaine Jones.
3. DOPEFINGER - "Yaje"
From "Earth Chant" (M&E 585). Cosmonaut Mike's excellent London-based tribal
electro fusion for the chill room. Skin up...
4. ADAMOR - "Outback
From "ADAmorphy" (M&E 592). Another project from the Yippie Bean stable in
Australia. Ambient avant garde experimentalism with the odd smatterings of
Aboriginal tribal and drum & bass...
5. MR. BOLLINGER - "This Is The Future"
From "The Future Of Capitalism" (M&E 593). Yippie Beaner and Stinking Badger
man, Thomas Bollinger, gets all down and dirty with some harsh elektroid avant
gardeness in a political sty-lee...
6. MOONTAN - "Chamber Pot"
From "Humana" (M&E 594). Another Yippie Bean project, this one in avant
garde sound composition spheres with tribal rhythmic touches and varied
7. THE PURPLE BETTER ONE
- "Proboscis II - Lady Smith Relieved"
From "The Purple Better Two" (M&E 598). Former Acidfucker, Kev Trundley,
returns to make your ears bleed once more. Sequencer and drum tracks vie
with processed samples and sound loops...
ALSO RELEASED IN THAT
Doctor Brown - "Look What's Just Got In
My Cab..." (M&E 575)
The Purple Better One - "Human Vortex"
Deathsquad - "Vague Memory And Self
Assassinations 1998-2000" (M&E 577)
The Venus Fly Trap / Religious Overdose
- "Catalyst / Live 1982 - M&E Special Edition" (M&E 581)
The L.J. Karma Roadshow - "The L.J.
Pope John Paul The Third - "Experiments
In Crap-Core Vol. 2"
Motion Control - "Electronic Toyshop /
Forth World" (M&E 587)
Deathsquad - "Insect Psalms (Strap On
Volume 2)" (M&E 597)
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