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Green Desert provides the missing link between the raw, experimental Atem and the focused sheen of Phaedra, and is sublime in its own right.
HMV have announced that, in the closing weeks of 2015, they sold one record deck every minute, making turntables "the gift of the year".
Even by the standards of the Tangerine Dream discography, the history of The Keep is a convoluted one. reDiscover their lost 1983 soundtrack.
Cutting-edge producer-artist Brian Eno is completing work on a new solo album, with multi-instrumentalist and assistant producer Peter Chilvers.
Bjork albums Debut, Post, Homogenic, Vespertine, Medúlla, Volta and Biophilia all return to vinyl on 29 January 2016, pressed on heavyweight 180g wax.
Less well-known than the two albums which preceded it, Vangelis' Spiral nevertheless boasts an understated simplicity that has worn well.
Sometimes overlooked in the wake of its two chart-conquering predecessors, Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi! is still ripe for rediscovery.
By 1976, Tangerine Dream had established a solid, reputation as pioneers of stately, glacial and planetary synthesiser music rejecting “rock” music...
Underworld have released a new video for their 1995 classic, Born Slippy, to coincide with the reissue of their 1966 album, Second Toughest In The Infants.
The musical legacy of Edgar Froese will be celebrated by a special edition of the Tangerine Dream compilation Out Of This World, on tangerine vinyl.
Mike Oldfield reissues Discovery and The Killing Fields on 29 January 2016, along with a brand-new mix, The 1984 Suite.
Recorded for 1 1983 Japanese movie, Antartica is one of Vangelis's least-known works for the big screen...
Art-rock legends Sparks have announced the release of a 5LP box set, The Island Years, for 27th November.
London-born rapper-singer Maverick Sabre will release his new album ‘Innerstanding’ on Virgin EMI on October 30, and will tour the UK in November.
‘Tubular Bells II’ made its UK debut on the chart of 12 September 1992 for Mike Oldfield, and wasted no time rekindling the popularity of its predecessor.