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    Posted: April 02 2012 at 03:28
SLÁVA kamarády!

Attention all beings, we want all you metacosmic freaks to get up to get down with us. It made me cry and it shook my skull when I realized that there are 3 new Lps coming out in the next couple of weeks from your fellow acid tripper HLAVA! Listening to all 3 releases upside down the last months made me feel like sitting in a flying saucer in a German gas-tight chemical protective on LSD.

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First of all we got No.005 - Peter Frohmader´s NEKROPOLIS 1984 LP called "Studio Glashütte".
As you can imagine this is a long lost and never released diamond in the German Dark – Progressive AvantRock library. "Studio Glashütte" was recorded in 1984 and contains 8 songs and instruments such as bass, fretless bass, stick, electronics, ac. piano, drums, percussion and alto sax. If you are familiar with Frohmader's work this release might be one of his most rhythmically bass-driven and "Zeuhlish" outputs.
http://soundcloud.com/hlava/03-titel-03
http://soundcloud.com/hlava/peter-frohmader-s-nekropolis




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The next one is No.006 – CREMATOR LP called "Clear Air Turbulence". I am very proud to introduce to you CREMATOR, a one-man band and chief visionary behind this London-based all analogue synth project . His debut release, "Clear Air Turbulence", is stately, direct, and stylistically interwoven. It runs the gamut of psychedelia, trance, and meditation, but always retains its melancholic and atmospheric beauty. It's a homage to the early analogue-synthesizer era with all the pathos you expect from the records of that time. 8 songs / 38:08 minutes of pure fascination.
http://soundcloud.com/hlava/cremator-vortex-blaster
http://soundcloud.com/hlava/cremator-sunbird




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And last but not least is No.007 – VAS DEFERENS ORGANIZATION 12" called "Keep Shoving Those Double-Thick Slices Of Electronic Salad Down My Throat". I think I don´t need to introduce you to VDO and the artists Matt Castille and Eric Lumbleau behind this project, as well as many others including the http://www.mutant-soundsDOTblogspotDOTcom Reading this 12"-title says it all: The whole record is a wonderful mix of serious psych that doesn't take itself too seriously. An electronic space freakout with repeating synth lines and loops, and other assorted odd sounds linked with the vibe of taking too many hallucinogens that have a direct and explicit influence on the nature of what you can expect will be your reaction while listening to these tunes. Being familiar with the VDO back catalogue, it is obvious that these 6 songs are for sure the weirdest and most bizzare compositional work so far.
http://soundcloud.com/hlava/vas-deferens-organization
http://soundcloud.com/hlava/vas-deferens-organization-1




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All the new releases will be limited to 150 copies – some coloured and some black vinyl and all three are taking shape as we speak, so watch out for these latest wonders dropping onto your turntable very shortly.

Stay cool.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 02 2012 at 03:36
Very curious about that Nekropolis album!

I bought the first album `Musik Aum Dem Schattenreich' on CD a few months ago, thanks to the suggestion of Archives member Saperlipopette. Very dark and hypnotic, unpleasant and addictive.

Please let us know when these LP's are available!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 02 2012 at 03:45
hi aussie

i will for sure!!!
indeed frohmaders 80ies backcatologue is very addictive! schatteneich is now available on lp again from the german label / my friends @ www.ppfnpDOTcom

apart from that check this out:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/300689664090?_trksid=p5197.c0.m619

it s peter himself selling one of his library copies. 500 bucks.....damn.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 09 2012 at 05:53
i still got a few copies left: (release year 2008)

STEVE MOORE - demo 2003 Lp (180 gramm blue-marbled transparent vinyl, heavy packaging / shrinkwraped, lim. 500)



http://soundcloud.com/hlava/steve-moore-the-jefferson
http://soundcloud.com/hlava/steve-moore-the-machines



get in touch if you wanna have one of these last avaialble copies.


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