Now Shipping: February Releases February 05 2016

Our first batch of 2016 releases has finally arrived. We have the stunning soundtrack to Chris Marker's La Jetée, a rare outtakes collection of Ornette Coleman's legendary Atlantic period and two essential CDs by Steve Reich and The Flesh Eaters. In stores everywhere on February 26th. Pre-orders shipping immediately.

La Jetée is the classic French sci-fi film which inspired Twelve Monkeys. While Chris Marker creates some of the most hauntingly beautiful imagery in cinema, what animates the film's frozen pictures is its sparse and unsettling soundscape. This first-time release features gatefold jacket and 10" x 6.5" film still. Get it here

Originally released in Japan only, To Whom Who Keeps A Record features the classic quartets with Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins and Ed Blackwell – recorded during the crucial years of 1959 and 1960. This first-time vinyl reissue includes liner notes by Byron Coley. Get it here

Four Organs / Phase Patterns is one of the most highly regarded avant-garde recordings of the past 50 years. Originally released on Shandar in 1971 and featuring Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Steve Chambers, Art Murphy and Jon Gibson, this CD release is recommended for fans of Neu!, Glenn Branca and Tim Hecker. Get it here

On Forever Came Today, The Flesh Eaters' third full-length album originally released in 1982, the group dives deeper into full-throttle rock demonology, bluesy primeval swagger and obsessive imagery. This first-time reissue is highly recommended for fans of X and The Gun Club. Get it here