sonically superior to most library reissues, full of funk, rock and just whatever genre you can think of..just call it good music! this label knows how to do this propah!
Favorite track: Gerhard Narholz - UFO Invasion.
John Baker & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop - The Vendetta Tapes
The Dandelion Set & Alan Moore - A Thousand Strands (1975 to 2015)
Various - The Delaware Road Illusory Soundtrack
Various - Rare Psych, Moogs & Brass (Music from The Sonoton Library)
Includes unlimited streaming of RARE PSYCH, MOOGS & BRASS
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
18 tracks of rare & previously unreleased music from the Sonoton library. Featuring big band grooves, moog synths, pyschedelic funk, dub disco & more produced between 1969 & 1981.
"One of the coolest sound library sets we've ever heard"
DUSTY GROOVE RECORDS (USA)
"sonically superior to most library reissues - full of funk, rock and just whatever genre you can think of...this label knows how to do this propah! OSUNLADE - YORUBA (USA)
“enjoying this new library comp… takes a different angle on what’s been done before - superb mastering, a fantastic sleeve by Rob Crespo (with) plenty of Brass and modular keyboard sounds all over the selections” DJ FOOD / Strictly Kev – NINJA TUNE (UK)
“bloody marvellous...full of winners - will defo be playing some of these tunes out” Marc Mac – 4HERO (UK)
“Impossibly funky collection of brassy, and moog heavy inst's from the Sonoton production library - in Bandcamp’s 'New & Notable' section & the next Bandcamp Weekly show” Andrew Jervis - BANDCAMP
"some incredible hidden gems to be found here"
Lance Ferguson, ABC Double J – LANU / THE BAMBOOS (AUS)
"Sammy Burdson delivers the heat on this rather fine comp"
SHAWN LEE - Ubiquity (UK / USA)
"a real gem of a release"
Adam Gibbons - LACK OF AFRO - FREESTYLE (UK)
“a mad, out there compilation – supporting!”
Dom Servini – WAH WAH 45s (UK)
“great release – thanks for sending!”
DJ Gilla – FIRST WORD RECORDINGS (UK)
“a treat – some damn nice breaks & grooves on here” Jason Pulaski – INNAMISSIONS / Ubiquity (USA)
“hard kicking – a very cool compilation!”
DJ Ghandarva - BUDABEATS (HUNGARY)
“a superb comp of brassy psych funk from the vaults of the Sonoton library label - well done indeed” DUAL PLANET RECORDS (AUS)
“BIG! Amazingly good vibes – I love it” AZAXX - Tru Thoughts (FRANCE)
“we are loving RARE PSYCH, MOOGS & BRASS & will be including tracks in future shows” Aja & Claire - KECTH A VIBE RADIO (UK / EU / USA)
“Mental!” Pete Isaac - JELLY JAZZ (UK)
“This rare psych moogs comp you sent is phenomenal!!”
Huwston – SPAREHANDS (AUS)
“Buried Treasure have truly outdone themselves with this release - one for all library music & breaks fans or people who just dig quirky, funky music” THELEFTHANDSIDE
“a great pysch selection – loads of artists I never knew existed”
James Barrie – AUDIO TEXTURE (UK)
“great stuff on there – the John Fiddy / Fast Lane is top drawer”
STEVE COBBY / Fila Brazilia (UK)
“truly amazing material here, strictly for the headzzz! 8 out of 10”
Mike Stukes – MYSTIC VYBES WHCR 90.3FM, NY (USA)
“a brilliant selection – we love what you do!”
Eric Chaikovskiy – SECRET GARDEN NTLT RADIO (UKRAINE)
“badass music - put it in your ear buds & feel like you’re living in a 1970s cop movie!” BURL VENEER – WVUD (USA)
“#Moog appreciation! Get funky, get wonky, get weird with this awesome compilation by music archivist Alan Gubby ( the man responsible for the excellent BBC Radiophonic Workshop compilation ‘The John Baker Tapes’) – a shmorgasbord of jazz, funk & cinematic music featuring that much loved Moog sound. Excellent!” PROPERGANDA (GER)
“amazing selection from the Sonoton archives - essential for any library collector! 4 out of 5” PIMPERNEL JONES / HERMA PUMA (UK)
“marvellous!” Niksa Dragolin – RADIO EUROSTAR 101.7FM (CROATIA)
“love this release big time – seriously fantastic!”
Huw Araniego-Ellis, ‘WHAT WAS THAT’ - 2SER Radio, Sydney (AUS)
supported by 27 fans who also own “RARE PSYCH, MOOGS & BRASS”
Being a child in the 70s and early 80s had a certain spookiness to it. Spirits seemed more readily available. I recall a homesickness which would haunt me even then, as if I were from another place entirely. Life's a mystery which childhood makes even worse, so let us revisit it in all its haunting creepiness.
Who are the "pocket pavilions"? I can find nothing more other than this one song, and it's a very good tune I really enjoy. Apocalypse Devotee
supported by 25 fans who also own “RARE PSYCH, MOOGS & BRASS”
Like so many others, this came like a bolt out of the blue and, even though it's well before payday, I had to have this astonishing album on vinyl to prove it exists. The feel of the tunes makes me feel like the Impressions do, Curtis Mayfield, the big spaces and instinctive horns and stuff drifting in and out. Great grooves and I can see lots of ghosts nodding along to this with big smiles on their faces. At last! Anthony Cottrell
supported by 24 fans who also own “RARE PSYCH, MOOGS & BRASS”
I've never heard any of these artists before but...wait.....maybe I have..? ....in the haunted recesses of my childhood TV memories perhaps? Have you always been there? You're still here?? What do you want from me!!!? (runs to the cobwebbed, cement nuclear fallout shelter in the backyard) anvil_head_music