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The Alan Parsons ProjectI Robot (1977)Arista
Unbelievably good electronic groovy monster! The title track is like Carl Craig meets Ash Ra meets Baldelli meets ... it's really good!Original USA gatefold Vinyl...
ModulaThe 780's ChroniclesFirecracker
Periodica Records family member Filippo Colonna Romano aka Modula (Naples, IT) drops a weirdo, tropical, g’d up Yamaha PSS 780 funk EP. Twisted dancers...
Craven FaultsNetherfield WorksLowfold Works
Superb motorik / kosmiche inspired electronics from Craven Faults opening promising new label venture, Lowfold Works. Fans of Ash Ra through...
Timmy ThomasAfricano / Why Can't We Live TogetherT.K. Disco / Get On Down
CLASSIC, haunting soul tune from '72 that became popular later in the disco scene. Backed with the Baldelli 'cosmic' favourite, 'Africano'. 
Daniele Baldelli & DJ RoccaQuaggaReal Balearic
Debut LP for new collaborative project from Daniele Baldelli & DJ Rocca on Real Balearic. Quagga takes you on a journey through 8 balearic tracks,...
Bill LaswellBaselinesTiger Bay
Debut 1983 album from American cosmic, jazz-funk, experimental producer Bill Laswell. An incredible pioneering album that was way ahead of it's...
Modern CosmologySummer LongElefant Records
Bossa-nova, pop, and psychedelia by Modern Cosmology - a collaboration between Laetitia Sadier of Stereolab and Brazilian band Mombojo.Inc....
Alessandro AlessandroniAfro Discoteca (Orange Cover Repress)Four Flies
Alessandro Alessandroni is one of those pioneers, a maestro that built the legend of Italian soundtracks and library music along with Ennio Morricone,...
MaricopaThis Was Years AgoLa Luna
Hazy, Balearic house music and out-there cosmic experiments from Tusk Wax regular, Maricopa!
Tornado WallaceLonely PlanetRunning Back
Kaleidoscopic trip, conducted by Tornado Wallace, guiding us through the ultramarine spheres of Balearic and kosmiche music. Killer!
Bernard FevreOrbit Ceremony 77Medical Records
The French electronic music pioneer behind Black Devil Disco Club, released three seminal library albums in the seventies: Suspense (1975), Cosmos 2043...
Space Echo: The Mystery Behind the Cosmic Sound of Cabo Verde Finally Revealed!VariousAnalog Africa
Analog Africa presents a compilation of dancefloor grooves from Cabo Verde, revealing the mystery behind the island's cosmic synth sound. Located 350 miles...
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Talking HeadsFear Of Music (1979)Sire
Seminal album of crossover post-punk meets dance aesthetic. Every track a killer. Produced by Brian Eno.