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Electric Moon - Cellar Space Live Overdose (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 777 copies on black vinyl.

Cellar Space Live Overdose is a double LP release, which contains the best stuff from 2 gigs. LP 1 is filled with 2 tracks of the ultrapsychedelic show from January 27th, 2012 at Schlosskeller Darmstadt. LP 2 contains 2 tracks from the Sulatron Records Label Night on September 30th, 2011 at Kulturkeller Fulda. Two times at a cellar = Cellar Space, two live shows = Live Overdose and that is the title theme.

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Electric Moon - Flaming Lake (Blue/Orange) (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition on on two seperate colored LPs, transparent orange and a deep blue.

A highly rated Electric Moon album. The four tracks on Electric Moon's Flaming Lake are a bit like staring into the raw nebular elements of creation — just extended jams, recorded live by guitarist Dave “Sula Bassana” Schmidt. Everything is unpolished, everything sounds made up on the spot. It’s fantastically spontaneous and freaked way the hell out.

Joined by drummer Alex and bassist Komet Lulu (also Philipp of Daturana on drums for closer “Burning Battenberg”), Bassana leads Electric Moon through these four massive jams, leaving structures open but a clear direction ahead, so that although immersive, the jams are also intricate-feeling, and hold up whether you want to rake your mind over each groove or let it wash over you. And with just under 80 minutes of material, Flaming Lake provides plenty of wash. Or maybe I should take the ‘s’ out of that and just have it read “wah.” Either way, get ready for some ultra-spaced psychedelics and weighted instrumental exploration, courtesy of Sula and the rest of Electric Moon.

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Electric Moon - Flaming Lake (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 150gr. vinyl. Recorded at the Open Air in Battenberg on July 2, 2011.

The four tracks on Electric Moon's Flaming Lake are a bit like staring into the raw nebular elements of creation — just extended jams, recorded live by guitarist Dave “Sula Bassana” Schmidt. Everything is unpolished, everything sounds made up on the spot. It’s fantastically spontaneous and freaked way the hell out.

Joined by drummer Alex and bassist Komet Lulu (also Philipp of Daturana on drums for closer “Burning Battenberg”), Bassana leads Electric Moon through these four massive jams, leaving structures open but a clear direction ahead, so that although immersive, the jams are also intricate-feeling, and hold up whether you want to rake your mind over each groove or let it wash over you. And with just under 80 minutes of material, Flaming Lake provides plenty of wash. Or maybe I should take the ‘s’ out of that and just have it read “wah.” Either way, get ready for some ultra-spaced psychedelics and weighted instrumental exploration, courtesy of Sula and the rest of Electric Moon.

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Electric Moon - Flaming Lake (IMPORT) (CD)



A highly rated Electric Moon album. The four tracks on Electric Moon's Flaming Lake are a bit like staring into the raw nebular elements of creation — just extended jams, recorded live by guitarist Dave “Sula Bassana” Schmidt. Everything is unpolished, everything sounds made up on the spot. It’s fantastically spontaneous and freaked way the hell out.

Joined by drummer Alex and bassist Komet Lulu (also Philipp of Daturana on drums for closer “Burning Battenberg”), Bassana leads Electric Moon through these four massive jams, leaving structures open but a clear direction ahead, so that although immersive, the jams are also intricate-feeling, and hold up whether you want to rake your mind over each groove or let it wash over you. And with just under 80 minutes of material, Flaming Lake provides plenty of wash. Or maybe I should take the ‘s’ out of that and just have it read “wah.” Either way, get ready for some ultra-spaced psychedelics and weighted instrumental exploration, courtesy of Sula and the rest of Electric Moon.

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Electric Moon - Inferno (Color) (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies with white splatter on translucent blue vinyl.

'Inferno' is the perfect follow-up to the 'Lunatics' album. It takes some of the better ideas on that album and expands on them even further into the realms of cosmic overdriven acid-rock. Just like 'Lunatics' it is over 70 minutes long, but they do it in just two songs on this one with the title track taking up the bulk of the disc.

The album starts with 'Mental Record.' The sound is noticeably darker on this recording, but all the Electric Moon trademarks are still here, only more in a pure jammy fuzz-rock direction.

Of course it is the title track that will get most of the attention with this album as it is nearly 60 minutes long. Everything that Electric Moon possesses is pushed to the absolute limit on this track. The bass and drum combo of Komet Lulu and Alex are totally on-fire, pushing themselves and feeding off each other. It is exhilarating to listen to, but what makes this track so monumental is how the running time flows so smoothly. People may cringe seeing the playing time of 51:54 printed on the rear artwork but don't fear, this is one of the best hours you will ever spend in your lifetime. This song runs like clockwork. There is no padding, no pointless filling of time with meandering ideas. This track is flawless and a musical experience you wont want to miss. Regardless of which album you like best, Electric Moon are a great band and 'Inferno' is one of the best examples of trippy space/stoner rock you will ever hear.

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Electric Moon - Inferno (IMPORT) (CD)



'Inferno' is the perfect follow-up to the 'Lunatics' album. It takes some of the better ideas on that album and expands on them even further into the realms of cosmic overdriven acid-rock. Just like 'Lunatics' it is over 70 minutes long, but they do it in just two songs on this one with the title track taking up the bulk of the disc.

The album starts with 'Mental Record.' The sound is noticeably darker on this recording, but all the Electric Moon trademarks are still here, only more in a pure jammy fuzz-rock direction.

Of course it is the title track that will get most of the attention with this album as it is nearly 60 minutes long. Everything that Electric Moon possesses is pushed to the absolute limit on this track. The bass and drum combo of Komet Lulu and Alex are totally on-fire, pushing themselves and feeding off each other. It is exhilarating to listen to, but what makes this track so monumental is how the running time flows so smoothly. People may cringe seeing the playing time of 51:54 printed on the rear artwork but don't fear, this is one of the best hours you will ever spend in your lifetime. This song runs like clockwork. There is no padding, no pointless filling of time with meandering ideas. This track is flawless and a musical experience you wont want to miss. Regardless of which album you like best, Electric Moon are a great band and 'Inferno' is one of the best examples of trippy space/stoner rock you will ever hear.

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Electric Moon - Inferno (Re-issue) (IMPORT) (CD)



New CD-issue with new Artwork! A deep journey to your inner worlds... 2 ,songs", together more than 66 minutes, pierce deep into your subconsciousness, while the music stopps being only music... Recorded in the beginning of 2011 and released in small quantities as CD-R once, this album now sees the worlds light as official release. Komet Lulu (bass, effects, artwork), Sula Bassana (guitar, effects, organ, recording) and Alex (drums), have captivated a meditative and ecstatic trip - on a record. ,Mental Record" indicates with its more than 14 minutes, where the trip ,Inferno" will take you. ,Inferno", the yet longest official Electric Moon track. The listeners on youtube were asking so hard for this release that we decided just to do it - so here you are: INFERNO! More than 160,000 plays on youtube were reason enough... So fasten your seat belts and enter this spaceship - but be careful, you've been addicted right now...

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Electric Moon - Lunatics & Lunatics Revenge (IMPORT) (2CD)



This is the re-release of the Electric Moon debut album (which was split in two halves on vinyl originally: Lunatics and Lunatics Revenge) as a double CD issue. Lunatics Revenge was like a "part 2" of the Lunatics vinyl edition, containing the songs which were missing on the Lunatics LP + 2 bonus tracks: D-Tune and The Landing. So, it became like its own album for the people, but in fact it’s a continuation and completion of the Lunatics album. It is now released as "Lunatics & Lunatics Revenge". A new chance to get the Electric Moon debut album which is now deeply loved by the fans and the press.

Mastered by krautrock legend Eroc! New cover design (again) by Lulu Artwork! The original front cover art is inside the booklet.

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Electric Moon - Lunatics & Lunatics Revenge (Purple/Green) (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 180gr color vinyl (one LP is purple and the other is green). Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a poster.

This is the re-release of the Electric Moon debut album (which was split in two halves on vinyl originally: Lunatics and Lunatics Revenge) as a double vinyl issue. Lunatics Revenge was like a "part 2" of the Lunatics vinyl edition, containing the songs which were missing on the Lunatics LP + 2 bonus tracks: D-Tune and The Landing. So, it became like its own album for the people but in fact it’s a continuation and completion of the Lunatics album. It is now released as "Lunatics & Lunatics Revenge". A new chance to get the Electric Moon debut album which is now deeply loved by the fans and the press.

Mastered by krautrock legend Eroc! New cover design (again) by Lulu Artwork!

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Electric Moon - Mind Explosion (IMPORT) (CD)

This limited edition CD is already sold out at the label.

And now ladies and gentlemen, a word from the Captain … Sula Bassana and co-pilots Komet Lulu and Marcus are back, and in flight as well. Recorded on stage during the Electric Full Moon Heading South Tour ’13 to get you ‘first row close,’ Electric Moon’s Mind Explosion is.. it’s exactly what you want, and fully what you expect from Electric Moon. If you’ve followed their orbit from ground zero or whether you’re only a few rings in, you know what they can do, how they can do it and how they find endless ways to detour and tenaciously stay true to themselves and their mission. Armed with an apparently inexhaustible set of flight plans, Mind Explosion is an up-close, in-your-face orgiastic 80 minute space rock feast that’s the best of both worlds: you get to gorge yourself on something you know the belly craves again and again … and as always from Electric Moon, it tastes different.

But... here it comes... there are standard-bearers and Electric Moon are without a doubt an unshakable one. If there is one outfit that has nailed what it sounds like down in the plasma cauldron where they ladle out the planets, it’s Electric Moon. Persistently heavy, monolithic and at times monstrous, they are never overbearing, suffocating or lumbering. Across studio albums and a growing set of live documents, their agility and lava-fluid acrobatics are top-shelf and top-flight. Space can’t be filled or every nook and cranny planted with a flag, but Electric Moon are as determined as hell to try. Their own orbit expands with every release while the molten-core spins at the center, a gyroscopic centering anchor that allows them to keep spinning out and out and out and never out of control. Despite the maelstroms they whip up, or dive head-first into, there is no doubt who has the upper-hand. Listen to the crowd on Mind Explosion. They know. Now we can too again.

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Electric Moon - Mind Explosion (Marble) (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 1000 copies on marbled color vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

And now ladies and gentlemen, a word from the Captain … Sula Bassana and co-pilots Komet Lulu and Marcus are back, and in flight as well. Recorded on stage during the Electric Full Moon Heading South Tour ’13 to get you ‘first row close,’ Electric Moon’s Mind Explosion is.. it’s exactly what you want, and fully what you expect from Electric Moon. If you’ve followed their orbit from ground zero or whether you’re only a few rings in, you know what they can do, how they can do it and how they find endless ways to detour and tenaciously stay true to themselves and their mission. Armed with an apparently inexhaustible set of flight plans, Mind Explosion is an up-close, in-your-face orgiastic 80 minute space rock feast that’s the best of both worlds: you get to gorge yourself on something you know the belly craves again and again … and as always from Electric Moon, it tastes different.

But... here it comes... there are standard-bearers and Electric Moon are without a doubt an unshakable one. If there is one outfit that has nailed what it sounds like down in the plasma cauldron where they ladle out the planets, it’s Electric Moon. Persistently heavy, monolithic and at times monstrous, they are never overbearing, suffocating or lumbering. Across studio albums and a growing set of live documents, their agility and lava-fluid acrobatics are top-shelf and top-flight. Space can’t be filled or every nook and cranny planted with a flag, but Electric Moon are as determined as hell to try. Their own orbit expands with every release while the molten-core spins at the center, a gyroscopic centering anchor that allows them to keep spinning out and out and out and never out of control. Despite the maelstroms they whip up, or dive head-first into, there is no doubt who has the upper-hand. Listen to the crowd on Mind Explosion. They know. Now we can too again.

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Electric Moon - Theory of Mind (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 1000 copies on black vinyl. This double-LP comes in a rough (inside-out) cover, with artwork by Lulu.

'Theory Of Mind' contains impulsive and vibrant acid-rock with all its sonic spectral colours! Recorded in February 2014 at the Kosmodrom in Heidelberg, Germany, this release yet again captivates with its excellent live sound, which perfectly renders the relaxed mood of the concert. The music itself is very powerful, cool and trancy psychedelic acidrock at its best. Mixed by Sula Bassana, mastered by Krautrock legend Eroc.

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Electric Moon - Theory of Mind (IMPORT) (CD)



Theory Of Mind contains impulsive and vibrant acid-rock with all its sonic spectral colours! Recorded in February 2014 at the Kosmodrom in Heidelberg, Germany, this release yet again captivates with its excellent live sound, which perfectly renders the relaxed mood of the concert. The music itself is very powerful, cool and trancy psychedelic acidrock at its best. The CD comes in a jewel case. The beautiful, magic painting and design is from Lulu Artwork. Mixed by Sula Bassana, mastered by Krautrock legend Eroc.

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Electric Moon/Glowsun - Split LP (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 hand numbered copies. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Artwork by Glowsun guitarist, Johan Jaccob.

Caked in a foamy, lysergic head, the Sun and Moon split between French and German psychedelic trios Glowsun and Electric Moon practically floats into the ears. Longtime followers of European psych will recognize the name Dave “Sula Bassana” Schmidt from acts like Liquid Visions, the underrated Weltraumstaunen, Zone Six and that bearing his nom de plume. Prolific as ever, he handles guitar in Electric Moon, while Glowsun’s guitarist, Johan Jaccob, is responsible for the art, which is no less colorful than the music contained on the record. The two bands mesh incredibly well together, one being entirely instrumental and the other being mostly instrumental and the both of them reveling in spaced-out, heavy jams. A relatively consistent production between the two bands only makes the transition smoother, and as much as Sun and Moon is a great way to be introduced to the methods of either band it also makes it easy to appreciate how well they play off each other.

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Electric Moon/Papir - The Papermoon Sessions (Color) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 180gr. translucent red vinyl. Recorded and mixed by Papir. Artwork by Lulu.

The Papermoon Sessions features Copenhagen trio Papir in direct and improvisational collaboration with guitarist/keyboardist Dave “Sula Bassana” Schmidt and bassist Komet Lulu of Germany’s Electric Moon, as well as synth specialist Mogens Deenfort (also of Øresund Space Collective), and of course takes its name from the combination of Papir and Electric Moon that it is. This collaborative effort poses an interesting question in terms of Electric Moon‘s overall catalog in that since most of their output is the result either of improv jamming or of parts put together as a result thereof, and since so much of its appeal is in demonstrating so honestly the foundational chemistry at the heart of the band, what do you call it when they bring four more players along for the ride?

Turns out on The Papermoon Sessions that you still call it jamming. The members of Papir – guitarist Nicklas Sørensen, drummer Christoffer Brøchmann Christensen, and bassist Christian Becher Clausen — fit in smoothly alongside Schmidt and Lulu, and the overarching ethic of The Papermoon Sessions remains much the same as it is on their many live and studio releases, with the key differences being rooted in the fact that the psychedelia is given even more reach by the additional parties involved. Each of the three cuts is given its own personality and sense of movement, and it should say something about the level of immersive substance overall that “Red Dust” should feel like a take-a-breath interlude at just under six minutes. Elsewhere, the hypnosis is complete, whether it’s immediately textured feel that “Farewell Mr. Space Echo” hones as it begins to quietly unfold its build or the solo-drenched culmination of “The Circle,” which draws complete in a manner befitting its title.

The collaboration plays out like an extension of the power trio dynamic rather than a complete six-piece band. There is a rhythm section and there are guitars and synth giving a lush, melodic and of course spaced-out vibe. It’s how well the sides work with each other — hard enough to play like a trio with a trio, let alone a six-piece — that makes The Papermoon Sessions so ultimately engaging. The Papermoon Sessions offer rich and trance-inducing space jamming. That’s never going to be everyone’s thing. Some people crave structure or traditional songcraft and neither really has a place here, but Electric Moon haven’t left their audience behind yet — everyone comes along for the trip — and this partnering with Papir has resulted in gorgeously interwoven layers of exploration that speak to potential for further collaboration.

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Electric Orange - Fleischwerk (IMPORT) (CD)



Electric Orange are an all instrumental and mostly improvised rock band that is very influenced by the likes of Tangerine Dream, Pink Floyd, CAN, Ash Ra Tempel, etc.

How do you describe Electric Orange? 'Psychedelic', I suppose, but that doesn't really tell you very much. 'Modern psych'? There's certainly some contemporary stuff going on, not least the programming, but throw in rock guitars, vintage keyboards and other odd shit and you've got a band doing something a bit different.

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Electric Orange - Krautrock from Hell (IMPORT) (CD)



It will appeal to lovers of inventive atmospheric music with “balls”!

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Electric Orange - Morbus (IMPORT) (CD)



Mesmerizing kraut-spacerock jams in the tradition of Can. The music is often session-based, spontaneous and constructed at the same time. Psychedelic, krautrock spacerock and experimental music at its best!

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Electric Orange - Netto (IMPORT) (CD)



Up from Hell and into orbit, Electric Orange’s Netto takes their warm and smokey atmosphere and pushes it out into thinner air. 9 rolling cuts play out into one long trip with plenty of detours to keep the antennae alert. It’s all Electric Orange through and through, but there’s definitely a spacier vibe pushed to the front and allowed to ebb and flow at its own pace. Always keeping their core intact, Electric Orange put another spin on their sound. If you’re new to Electric Orange, any point of entry is exceptional, and this one is no different. New or not, it’s a long trip full of as much drive as it is breathing space. Taken in shorter runs or one long campaign, Netto is well worth the trip and will get you where you need to be. So you can start it all over again.

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Electric Orange - Platte (IMPORT) (CD)



Electric Orange’s Platte is one of those rare albums that delivers far more than expected. It’s a lost gem in just about every sense of the word. Platte’s enduring strength lies in its simplicity. On each of the five instrumentals, the five-piece starts with a basic rhythm and uses it as a broad canvas for the guitars and organ. These instruments have equal importance in Electric Orange. On the more somber “Kwark,” the Hammond takes center stage, but it joins the background on the Carlos Santana-meets-Pharaoh Overlord “Holzbock.” It’s a buoyant, energetic track. Like “Kwark,” “Columb” is a more trance-like song, with a strong sense of psychedelia and an undercurrent of electronica. Overall, it's subtly engrossing like staring at smoke until you see the shapes dancing within. Those three alone make Platte worth picking up; the two bonus tracks are gravy.

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