African Electronic Music 1975-1982

Narcotic

The Red Fern Road

Degenerate Brain

Divine Reeds – Obscure Recordings From Special Music Recording Company, Athens 1966-1967

Santuario de Mariposas – Retusa

Tropical

In Parks

Workshop For The Restoration Of Unfelt Feelings

Floppy’s From The Main Frame

THE FEED

Hotline :: You Are Mine

Say what ever you want, but there’s no denying that West African funk can shake any dancefloor around the world. […]

KINK GONG :: A Primitive Spirit

Under the pseudonym Kink Gong, Laurent Janneau records and reconstucts ritual music mainly from South East Asia and Africa. The […]

THE EGYPTIAN LOVER

The Egyptian Lover, a true Electro legend, King of the 808 beats & Baddest DJ, talks to Entropia, shares a […]

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RADIO MARTIKO

Founders of Radio Martiko, a unique label & DJ Collective from Ghent, talk to Entropia, reveal digging stories & deliver […]

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FEATURED

Lalique Gadaffi Handgrenade

Released as the first track on the Minaret-Spearker 7" picture disc in 1996, "Arab Jeruzalem" is 5:42 of effectively shifting dark ambience, wordless female vocals drifting over the hand percussion, chimes, and static of the track, with eventual conversational loops discussing...something underneath. The almost 24-minute "Arab Jerusalem" here might be called the Deer Hunter version of the same story, building with great patience and many more abstract detours towards what now seems like simultaneously an excerpt and, now, a climax. The other three tracks, meanwhile, suggest some of Jones' other work but never evoke them as directly as "Arab Jerusalem".

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Sadaam’sChildren

Immersively expanded dubs of gear from mighty Muslimgauze’s 1997 album ‘Narcotic’, now reframed as ‘Saddam’s Children’ in Staalplaat’s eternal stream of archival Bryn Jones.

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