Ljudskulptur För 5 Kontrabasklarinetter 5 Qaraqeb & Elektronik + Solon För Kontrabasklarinett & Basklarinett

(Ideal) Used LP $20.00

“Entrancing microtonal drone excursions for reed and percussion” from 2016



(Ideal - iDEAL131) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

COMING SOON. Difficult musique concrete / harsh noise from 1992 by the late Joel Brindefalk with Joachim Nordwall, Christan Topac and Johan Petersson. Edition of 400.



(Ideal - 105) CD $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Reissue of instantly sold-out cassette (Ideal 2007) that guarantees exhaustion. Powerful and dynamic noise built with travelling frequencies, rich with details, very little hope.


Bitter Earth

(Ideal - iDEAL129) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

COMING SOON. The first album where this world-class sound and performance artist sings songs — timeless stuff touching jazz, blues, gospel and old timer music, always with the dark Duncan shadow. Track listing: The Gun Club’s “The House On Highland Avenue,” with Oren Ambarchi on guitar and effects, and Joe Talia on drums and synth; an original called “Red Sky” with a chorus that includes Leif Elggren, Marja-leena Sillanpää, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, France Jobin, Tom Recchion, Elán Garfias, Christopher James, Eve Muller, Liane Schirmer, and Vetza; Nina Simone’s “Wild Is The Wind,” with piano by Eiko Ishibashi, and Jim O’Rourke on electric bass; Iggy Pop’s “Endless Sea,” with Jobin and Danny Gromfin on backing vocals, Nisi Jacobs on electric bass, and Aurora Borealis recordings by Rob Stammes; Pere Ubu’s “Dark,” with Duncan by himself on tambourine; Jefferson Airplane’s Comin’ Back To Me,” with percussion by Giori Politi accompanying Duncan’s field recordings and electronics; Dr. John’s “I Walk On Gilded Splinters,” with backing vocals by Oana Avasilichioaei, Eric Boivin, James Hamilton, Jobin, Frédérick Maheux, Keith McMullen; the Harry James standard “Autumn Serenade,” with piano by Chris Abrahams and Chinese suona by Ace Farren Ford; The Four Tops’ “Reach Out,” with Duncan by himself on piano; Gladys Knight’s “This Bitter Earth,” with Jobin on synth, piano by Ishibashi, and von Hausswolff on damaged accordion; the Styne / Cahn classic “I Fall In Love Too Easily,” with Domenico Sciajno on standup bass. White vinyl. Edition of 500.


Alice in Acidland

(Ideal - 115) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Twentieth anniversary reissue of underground acid techno from southern Sweden, originally released in 1993 by Börft Records. Includes an exclusive bonus track recorded in 1994, “Sweet Twister.” Edition of 500.


Sacrée Obsession

(Ideal - iDEAL133) LP $28.00 (Out-of-stock)

Dark and organic minimal music from Australian percussionist extraordinaire who combines pulse and rhythmic ideas with melody- and pitch-based textures. Recorded in Le France. Edition of 500.
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(Ideal - 104) LP $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two side-long pieces of static, beautiful, crude experimental electro-acoustic noise filled with amazing laidback anger and aggression. No hope, no love. Edition of 250.


22' 22"

(Ideal) Used CD $9.00

Emperors of drone pair up for three twenty-two minute, twenty-two second sound works (one of which isn’t listed). Their foggy mass of dread recalls later The Hafler Trio and Deathprod’s nebulous black mass audio.


Universal Prostitution

(Ideal - iDEAL041) Used CD $5.00

Four shrill and repellent tracks in thirty-seven minutes from 2006 by Mattin the Basque maniac who produces hideous noise from computer feedback and yells at the top of his lungs, Argentinian saxophonist Lucio Capece on mixing desk and feedback. The duo’s sloganeering and screeching about the alienation of consumer society persuades, through sound, that all is not well with the world.


Protest Music

(Ideal - IDEAL127) LP $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Growing’s Joe DeNardo tests audiences’ decibel tolerances with sounds ranging from guitar-based rawness to deeply effected, screwed-up percussion. The complex sounds and images here contend with the absolute grayness of existence. Edition of 400



(Ideal - iDEAL138) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

COMING SOON. Italian bad vibes mastermind and one half of industrial filth duo Lettera 22 Riccardo Mazza has a free approach to music, with no interest whatsoever in source devices. The intent of Unfit’s dark, meditative harshness is to submerge in a gloomy, ancestral mood. RM’s ambient, pulsating electronic music nods to both minimal techno and industrial music. Edition of 300
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Object Subject To Change

(Ideal - 109) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

The fourth album for Ideal by the former Union Carbide Productions drummer, current Skull Defekt, and highly regarded king of hypnotic, focused feedback drone with razorsharp noise and monotonous pulse feels as comfortable in academic worlds as in filthy basements. Edition of 250. Preview here:


Doobedoo Dub’E’Dope

(Ideal - 112) LP $17.00 (Out-of-stock)

Deep, warm electronic dub by the late Joel Brindefalk (Contemporary Punk Unit, Egglady, Gulp, Pissfuckhead, Sort Joey), who grew up on a healthy diet of industrial and synth music.


Matter Transfer

(Ideal - 102) LP $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

Pure tone torture. Edition of 300.