Low Company

Shinichi Atobe
Moniek Darge
Horn Of Plenty
Free-solo, cave clambering collection of sacred, spoooooky flutters dug up from the Logos archive and Belgium’s no.1 soundie. Darge’s wild, masterful recording techniques transform what is to us mere mortals, say, a violin, into sounds that bare more sonic resemblance…
Live At Browns
Vertical Slit
Emerging from the shadows of Siltbreez HQ as hench and ready to rumble as the sunstroked arachnids that have started appearing in our house over the last few days, this blazing live doc of Vertical Slit straps the perpetually idle…
Life & Living
First cassette edition of Officer!'s debut album. 36 years on this still stands as the greatest testament to the unfettered genius of Mick Hobbs - if he didn't exist, you would not be able to make him up - and…
Call Time / Hard Out
Feedback Moves
Feral improv / no wave ruff and tumble loosed from the London sewers which quickly bludgeons you into accepting its own brutish nightmare vision of reality. I really am not qualified to describe this nerve-napalming double-header, suffice to say it…
Thanking You
Various Artists
Mould Museum
No, thanking YOU. Outstanding cassette compilation of all-new, previously unreleased material courtesy of Francis Plagne’s Mould Museum private press, drawn from a close network of the artist's pals and collaborators. Appropriately enough, the rarefied yet sumptuous textures and contours of the…
Initiation Into The Mystery Of Evil
Akashic Records
FLOORED by these tragic, graceful, gargoyle-folk fragments and passages of psychic keyboard bewitchment, which come off like Miaux playing on the bonny banks of the river Styx. The devil take it! Sorrowful chords from scorched, fragile synthesisers fall in an…
I Can I Can't
I Can I Can't
Low Company
Fire in the hold!!!!!!!!!!! LP/action-painting documenting the entire musical output/psychosis/self-immolation of short-lived North London destruction-unit I Can I Can’t, all previously unreleased. Side One consists of six barking, bucking audiac anxiety attacks recorded to dictaphone in 2009, in a warehouse up…
I Dischi Del Barone
Taking drugs…to make music…to take drugs to! Whilst drinking a four pack and burning something in the oven feels like all that is left of our wild years, The Futurians’ latest hammering transmission of degenerate death-trip rock y roll from…
The Doozer
Low Company
From gardens where we feel insecure! In Figurines, across a dozen elegiac, sighing song-dreams of innocence and experience, The Doozer conjures a mental allotment whose very seclusion and orderliness acts as some kinda portal to the infinite…  The Doozer -…