Errant Angels

(Soleilmoon - SOL34) Used CD $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Hypnotic, otherworldly ethno-ambience recorded live in the studio at UK pirate radio station ICE-FM.


Fallen Gods

(Staalplaat) Used CD $10.00

Throaty intonations, woodwinds, repetitive rhythms, tabla loops, choral synth waves. A transcendental sound odyssey from 1994.


Ghosts From A Machine 1989-1994

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD81) 3xLP $80.00 (Out-of-stock)

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. The ethno-ambient solo project of Zoviet France co-founder Robin Storey reflects his fascination with the minimalistic but rhythmic music of West Africa and India. Storey uses the musical construction techniques of loops and rhythmic repetition as a platform for inducing a sort of trance-like reception. The tracks are taken directly from the multiple original four-track cassettes, played on non-synchronized machines. Some of the material found its way onto released albums, some of it is sub-mixes and parts of mixes, while other elements were never used in any released material. This is an opportunity for re-discovery of compositions that have been hidden until now.


Rapoon / Mykel Boyd

(Somnimage) split LP $21.00

One side of beautiful ethno-ambiance by Robin Storey, formerly of Zoviet France. One side of "recordings of things" altered by Boyd to sound like planes taking off. Black, letter-pressed jacket. White vinyl. Edition of 200.


Recurring (Dream Circle)

(Soleilmoon - SOL11) Used CD $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Three remixes of tracks from Dream Circle (DOVe 1992) plus then-new 1996 recordings.


The Fires Of The Borderlands

(Release) Used CD $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

Malevolent minimalism from 1998. Mechanical repetition, deep drones, sinister synth washes.


The Kirghiz Light

(Staalplaat - STCD097) Used 2xCD $17.50

Formerly of Zoviet France, Robin Storey blends Eastern rhythms and trance with harsh beats and percussion on this 1995 release.


Vernal Crossing

(Staalplaat - STCD082) Used CD $12.00

Mind-bending tapestries of minimalistic percussion patterns and quasi-melodic drones from 1993, fused with doses of white noise.