Already You If Beyond Flying
CS / IKASUS-065 

Another great set of psychedelic blues

Edition of 60 copies

6 € (+ shipping)

Poésie Surnaturelle

All selections performed live by Frédéric and 
Olivier Charlot without overdubs and loops.

Edition of 100 copies.

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El origen del pensamiento mágico

"Italy and Argentina blend together in slow motion and atonality: the collaboration of Italian music explorer Devid Ciampalini, and Argentinan free sonic experimentalist Pablo Picco have a voice and a path of their own: dense layers of analog synths erupt from every layer beneath the ground, field recordings of explosive apparatus, and smokey transmissions of percussion, strings and voices find their way to the cliff of human voices which appear to be broadcasted from inside a giant wolf’s nightmare."

Edition of 75 copies

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Electro-cosmic jamz from Finland, created by 
Samuli Kytö and Juuso Paaso. Colorful sounds & 
experiments for mind and body.

Edition of 75 copies

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Alan Wilkinson: bass clarinet, tenor saxophone 
Tasos Stamou: diy synths, Korg Volca FM, digital horn

Edition of 75 copies.

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LP / IKU-054 / LAL-92

 co-released with Lal Lal Lal

NEPTUNALIA, a festival of Neptune, celebrated at Rome, of which very little is known. The day on which it was held, was probably the 23rd of July. The festival was celebrated with games. Respecting the ceremonies of this festival nothing is known, except that the people used to build huts of branches and foliage, in which they probably feasted, drank, and amused themselves.

From a "Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities" by John Murray, London, 1875.

Edition of 300 copies.

15 € (+ shipping)



Alien Paradigm

Psychedelic sounds & parellel universes and dimensions. Mixed in a futuristic washing machine (from Egypt), later sundried, and then cooked in a spring water with olive oil, Buddha's tears, goethite pieces & rainbow colours.

Recorded in Turku, Finland. Music & sleeve art by Jani Hirvonen.

Originally released on CDR by Magma Tones in 2017. Cassette version has one bonus track (also included with the download version)  

Edition of 25 copies

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Syncopated Soundmirror

 "Concrete" sounds & sequences recorded with delay/looper pedals, then built around more layers/details mostly with cassette loops and sampler.

The aim was to create the space which is quite simple and

elemental but dense, intensive and organic.

Some may found reference points to Zoviet France, 

Nocturnal Emissions and other early 80s industrial bands.

All sounds by Stuart Chalmers & Edward Sol, spring 2018.

Edition of 75 copies.

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Adventures In Object-Hood! 
"Music From The Great Link" 
 CS / IKASUS-058

Selections of FOUNDER MUSIC: 
Melodic Forms assumed for the purpose of 
exploration of Being.



Edition of 75 copies

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Water Buffalo

Re-issue of the great psychedelic
masterpiece, originally released by
Sloow Tapes in 2013.

"Uli Rois’ Bird People celestial meditations on the recurring image of the water buffalo in eastern mythology. The animal plays an important role in the myths surrounding the Hindu god of Death Yama, Oya, the goddess of change, and Lao Tsu who left China over the Han Gu Pass on the back of a water buffalo. Abstract guitars and electronics drowning in tanpura drones" - sloow tapes

"New tape from Uli Rois’ (Feathered Coyote Records et al) solo/communal psych/drone unit: here Rois uses guitar, electronics and tanpura to float a series of meditations on the recurring image of the water buffalo in eastern mythology, moving from the kind of hallucinatory American raga that is as ‘lunar’ as anything from the fists of Matthew ‘Doc’ Dunn while giving the nod to Kraut monsters like Yatha Sidhra/Emtidi et al." - Volcanic Tongue
Uli Rois: guitars, sitar, flute, ocarina, organ, water bottle, etc.
cover artwork by Bart De Paepe  

Edition of 75 copies
6 € (+ shipping)



Electronissimo Avantgardissimo

LP / IKU-051

Released on vinyl LP in April 2018, together with 
labels Jumi Kustannus and Gafoni.

"Teoksen päälinja edustaa viime vuosituhannen puolella syntynyttä, mutta nyt jo kuopattua uusrahvaanomaista luomu-avantgardismia, joka itse valmistamillaan sähkötyökaluilla porautuu ajoittain hieman punaviiniltä tuoksuen syvälle undergroundin juurien tuolle puolen. Teoksen keskiö säteilee riemukasta vapauden tunnetta, koska sen rakenteita ei ole tiukasti - onneksemme ei edes löyhästi - köytetty sävellajeihin, rytmiikkaan, eikä muihinkaan perinteisen musiikkikulttuurin hikisiin toteemipaaluihin. Pystyssä päin se kuohuu raikkaasti pärskyen eteenpäin itselleen valitsemaansa kapeaa ja rosoista uomaa pitkin aina onnelliseen loppuun saakka."

Matti Karjalainen - Acoustic guitar, bongo drums & percussion, vocal and mouth sounds, self made (analog) electronic circuits

Unto Laine - Electric guitar, flute, harmonica, percussion (including feet), vocal and mouth sounds, self made (analog) electronic circuits


Recorded during a long weekend session at the laboratory of the Department of Electronics of Tampere University of Technology (TTKK) in August 1973. The whole work was done by using tape recorders, three signal generators, one digital noise generator, two microphones and a number of self made (analog) electronic circuits and different combinations of all these elements. All the ideas in these recordings, the producing, recording and mixing of the sound material, as well as the composition of the pieces Matti Karjalainen and Unto Laine, in August and September 1973.

Digitalization Matti Karjalainen, Espoo 1997; Pekka Poramo and Pekka Ruotsalainen, Tampere 2015. The digital finishing of the pieces and the remix of the pice 9 Unto Laine, Fiskars 2017. Mastering Risto Ylihärsilä. Cover design Sampo Karjalainen.

This work is dedicated to the memory of Matti Karjalainen
(1946-2010) and Risto Poramo (1951-2001).

Edition of 250 copies.





Siipi Empii

LP / IKU-053

This album is also available in cassette format and 
digital download from Leaving Records.

Kemialliset Ystävät is a long running musical collective headed by Finnish multimedia artist Jan Anderzén. The groups rotating contributors include virtuosic musicians, sound artists, mad electronic music professors, field recorders, singers, amateurs and professionals. Ikuisuus presents the projects latest LP, entitled Siipi Empii (loosely translated from Finnish to A Wing Hesitates.) Anderzén explains, "The English translation unfortunately loses all the music and rhyme of the Finnish title but the meanings still there, kind of. The title is aiming to describe the movements of a butterfly and the weight/heat of the idea that every single flap of the wing can cause a storm/revolution." He has described the groups sound as sometimes "like an orchestra flying around in a tornado." These themes embody Siipi Empii, a wildly weird dose of electronic folk music crafted through sheer force of nature, an abstract organism guided gently by Anderzéns deft artistic touch.

A collaborative spirit can be heard throughout each of the albums twelve imaginative tracks. According to Anderzén, "The music stays alive only because of the input from my collaborators … The method produces half random, half directed sound events where independent elements intertwine into unpredictable music." As part of the process, he sends out "musical skeletons" to hiscollaborators. They then react and contribute their own sounds and ideas. One batch of skeletons came with a motivational letter including a quote from Johan Huizinga, below:

We moderns have lost the sense for ritual and sacred play. Our civilization is worn with age and too sophisticated. But nothing helps us to regain that sense so much as musical sensibility. In feeling music we feel ritual. In the enjoyment of music, whether it is meant to express religious ideas or not, the perception of the beautiful and the sensation of holiness merge, and the distinction between play and seriousness is whelmed in that fusion.

Siipi Empii's compelling arrangements do contain a playful edge that softens its more experimental tendencies. Unpredicability is the order of the day, as dogs bark, springs boing, and electronic woodwind sections deconstruct themselves over beds of contemplative marimbas. Disembodied voices recite touching poetry, just more instruments playing freely in the endlessly mutating stream of sound. Every element feels perfectly weighed and expertly arranged, as if by gravity itself. Anderzén says: "Battles with gravity are a recurring theme in my work, something to do with changing perceptions of normal." Siipi Empii is a joyous and playful paradox, beckoning you to embrace its loopy strain of intensely original expression.

Ikuisuus and Kemialliset Ystävät make sense together. Both
entities have a passion for blurring the lines of genre and
exploring creative new frontiers. In Anderzéns words, "The work needs to be free from predetermined themes or ambitions." Experimentation is the ideal, and the process is sacred. They strive to find a language to convey something that cant be expressed with words. You may hear and feel something you've never heard or felt before, and that is the aim. Perhaps Anderzén best encapsulates the album in his translation of the first tracks title: "Äimä is an
ancient word for a large needle with a big round hole. In an old Finnish saying äimä describes a reaction where ones jaw drops open in awe / confusion. Tähkä is an ear in the botanical meaning. So we are talking about some sort of potential for astonishment."

Kemialliset Ystävät on Siipi Empii is Jan Anderzén 
with Marja Ahti, Niko-Matti Ahti, Francesco 
Cavaliere, Roope Eronen, Sam Hamilton, 
Jonna Karanka, Sami Pekkola, Petra Poutanen, 
Samuli Tanner, Antti Tolvi, 
 Jaakko Tolvi and Paul Wilson. 

Mastered by Matthewdavid.

Edition of 300 copies

15 € (+ shipping)



Vergessene Träume 

LP / IKU-052

"It’s said that German philosopher Immanuel Kant hardly ever left his home town. Yet he managed to pull off some of the most influential thinking to date. How did he manage to do that? Well, a daily routine based on reasoning interrupted by long walks did the trick and – voilà! – another “Critique” was done!

Johannes Schebler’s body of work released under his Baldruin moniker may not exactly be as groundbreaking as the old geezer’s from Königsberg, but it’s fair to point out that his discipline is comparably versed and experienced when it comes to making his music. During the years past he hardly ever left town, avoided exhausting and time consuming nonsense such as touring and instead stayed inside preparing and releasing over a dozen albums since his first recordings back in 2009. He snuck out for a walk once in a while – especially to have a cheap lunch or dinner downtown – but other than that he kept himself busy watching Midnite Movies and messing around with a myriad of musical instruments. (And yes, an occasional painting was finished here and there, too!)

In short: Johannes is quite a regular guy following a well-arranged, unhurried 24/7 routine. Given this almost boring day in, day out one might wonder how he manages to piece together his colorful, imaginative and meticulously manufactured sonic miniatures? Well, it’s obviously that kind of untroubled artistic existence that leads to a mindset to create a slightly unsettling music quite far from the artist’s own experience. It’s not real, it’s phantasy. It’s art, it’s entertainment – and it’s meant to be fun. Keep in mind: Listening to „Vergessene Träume“ („Forgotten Dreams“) is like visiting a fairground’s Tunnel of Horror or a field trip to an other-worldly theme park: Tracks like „Begegnung im Labyrinth” („Encounter in the Maze“) or „Das Mysterium der Kreidefelsen“ („The Enigma of the Chalk Cliffs“) hint at the playful and surreal character of the music.

Music that is deeply informed by the colorful works of composers like Franco Battiato and the iconic and imaginative horror-movie soundtracks of Goblin („Susperia“) and the likes. So, don’t mistake Baldruin’s fanciful, vaudevillian approach with the omnipresent depressive and dystopian post-postmodern aesthetics. Baldruin’s far from being a bleak bloke and such is his music: It’s the brainchild of a rich, child-like imagination, a celebration of the comical ‘n creepy yet life-affirming forces in life. Enjoy the ride!"

Edition of 250 copies.

15 € (+ shipping)


Ex Libris

Edition of 51 copies

6 € (+ shipping)