The Sentinel

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Dylan Henner – The Peach Tree Next Door Grew Over Our Fence

Rustic ambient from the Brighton artists latest album ‘The Invention of the Human’.

King Crimson – Larks’ Tongues In Aspic (Part I)

Avant-Prog, chamber music style. Why it’s King Crimson’s 1973 album ‘Larks’ Tongues In Aspic’. One for the Henry Cow and Zuehl fans. The last couple of minutes of this track is perfection, and it’s a shame it couldn’t have gone on for longer.

Current Ninety Three & Nurse With Wound – Mothering Sunday (Legion Legion)

One of many, many collaborations between Tibet and Stapleton, with this track fully in NWW territory. This is from the 2001 album ‘Bright Yellow Moon’.

Faust – Der Pfad

Short ‘n’ sweet track from the reformed Faust’s 2nd album, 1997’s ‘You Know Faust’.

Surgeon – Winged Assassin

Moody, brooding Techno from Birmingham stalwart Anthony Child; from his recent EP ‘Europa Code’.

The United States of America – The American Way Of Love: Part I- Metaphor For An Olderman/Part II- California Good-Time

West Coast Psychedelia put through the studio wringer; from their self-titled 1968 album.

John Zorn – Peur Sur La Ville

John Zorn takes on big Daddy composer Ennio Morricone on this fantastic album from 1986.

Ui – The Piano

A languid, funky number from Ui with nary a Piano in sight (well, apart from at one point….kinda). This is from the bands fantastic debut ‘Sidelong’ (1996).

The Other People Place – You Said You Want Me

Melancholic Electro-Techno from one half of Drexciya, the late, great James Stinson.

Stock, Hausen & Walkman – Lipgloss

Sampledelic loungecore from the duo’s 1996 album ‘Organ Transplants Vol 1’

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