The Sentinel

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Holger Czukay – All Night Long

Fantastic piece of subtle musicality from the one and only Can man, Holger Czukay. Sheldon Ancel and Romie Singh supply the wonderful vocals. This is Czukay’s 1993 album ‘Moving Pictures’.


Faust – Kisses for Pythagoras

The B Side to a 1996 Faust single; side A was a BBC session from 1973, and this was live material from their recent performances as a fully reformed unit. Scraping metal, buzzing guitars, and clattering percussion from the original Industrialists.

Prince – Dirty Mind

Clipped, Nu Funk from the ridiculously talent ed (soon to be) superstar. From his 1980 album, also titled ‘Dirty Mind’.

Funkadelic – I Got A Thing (Live on TV in 1970)

Well, to have been around at a time like this would have indeed been something. Funkadelic, in all their glory on TV. in 1970.

Nev – Tronaglib

Intricate, smart, emotional Techno from American Tim Prezzano’s 1994 EP ‘My Plasma Block’.

Moebius & Plank – Tolkuhn

Throbbing synth action from 2 Krautrock legends. This is from their 1981 EP titled ‘Material’.

Toshimaru Nakamura – No-Input Mixing Board (Full Album)

Well, this is exactly what it says on the tine. Nakamura coaxes sounds from a mixing board by connecting the input of the board to the output, then manipulating the audio feedback. Deep listening for late nights from his album released in 2000.

The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band – I Won’t Hurt You

Beautiful, fragile song held together by a lilting acoustic guitar and a heartbeat. From their 1967 album ‘Part One’.

Dock Boggs – Pretty Polly

Appalachian folk from Virginian Moran Lee “Dock” Boggs circa 1929.

Tindersticks – Talk To Me

Pub singing in excelsis from the bands 1995 album, also titled ‘Tindersticks’.

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