On Suicide's First Rehearsal Tapes, recorded in 1975, Alan Vega and Martin Rev create minimalist aural structures, traces of which would surface on their eponymous debut album, released on the Red Star label in late 1977.
Half Japanese is one of the most influential bands in rock history. Founded by brothers Jad & David Fair in 1975, the band is credited with pioneering the DIY and lo-fi movements, influencing Sonic Youth, Neutral Milk Hotel, Daniel Johnston & Kurt Cobain.
The band was responsible for the popular ‘flying cymbal’ style that took Jamaica by storm, and you can hear it in abundance on this killer dub set from 1975, its excellent cuts of Cornell Campbell and Johnnie Clarke material mixed at King Tubby’s studio.
During this famous Concert... NEVER released on vinyl before, Tangerine Dream performes for the first time the "Ricochet" album. This concert features the iconic 1975 line-up: Edgar Froese, Chris Franke & Peter Baumann.