Renowned avant-garde artist Phew returns to Mute for the album, New Decade. Working within the medium of voice and analog electronics, New Decade fuses her ghostly vocals with intense droning textures and clamorous guitar feedback.
Focusing on tracks previously available only on limited-edition compilations, vinyl-only releases, or as B-Sides or international singles, The Destroyed Room also features material that has never before been released.
WaxTime Reissue. Arguably Coleman's most concise statement. Pushing the boundaries of bop and ushering in elements of the avant garde. Backed by a masterful band, Coleman made himself a commanding presence with "The Shape of Jazz To Come."
Cluster's self-titled debut was originally released by Philips in 1971; this edition is the first reissue to restore the track running order of the original Philips release. Includes liner notes by electronic avant-garde pioneer Asmus Tietchens.