- The label has also revealed the tracklist for its upcoming European pop compilation.
Music From Memory is diving back into the archives of Michal Turtle.
Return To Jeka collects recordings that the obscure British synth artist made between 1983 and 1985. The new album features eight previously unheard tracks, focusing on the period after the release of his sole LP, Music From The Living Room. This new compilation follows two previous Michal Turtle releases from the label, including Phantoms Of Dreamland, which mixed Living Room tracks with unreleased material.
Music From Memory also has Uneven Paths, a compilation of "deviant European pop" curated by label cofounder Jamie Tiller and Raphael Top-Secret, coming out in March. The tracklist for that one has now been revealed, and it includes selections from Brenda Ray (with The Beachballs), Steve Beresford and Nightfall In Camp.
Listen to Michal Turtle's "Dub This Heavy."
Check out "Jessica" by Nonobstant, from Uneven Paths.
Michal Turtle - Return To Jeka
02. Hyper Ethnic Blues
03. Uiko's Return To Jeka
04. Dub This Heavy
05. Feel The Pain
06. Jovan's Island
07. On The Plateau
08. Uiko's Dream
Uneven Paths: Deviant Pop From Europe 1980-1991
01. Nightfall In Camp - Cada Dia
02. Ströer Duo - Nomad Song
03. Tony Hymas - Pictures Of Departure
04. Violet Eves - Listen Over The Ocean
05. Miko & Mubare - Komoma Ya-Ya-Ya
06. Piscine Et Charles - Quart De Tour, Mon Amour
07. John Makin - No Lie
08. Nonobstant - Jessica
09. Wolfgang Klingler, Thomas Heimes & Hans Christian Mittag - Nach Dienst
10. Sound On Sound - Depression
11. Pete Brandt - What You are
12. Lost Gringos - Tambo Machay
13. Vanakos - I Hate Disco... Not The Dance
14. Brenda And The Beachballs - Dancin Thru' The Night
15. Patrick Forgas - Sex Move
16. Xavier Jouvelet - Oeuf En Clock
17. Lou Blic - Mineralite
18. Steve Beresford - Comfortable Gestures
19. Bill Nelson - The Whole City Between Us
20. Harte 10 - Happy New Year
21. Monica Rypma - Hey, Where You Goin!
Music From Memory will release Return To Jeka in April 2018 and Uneven Paths: Deviant Pop From Europe 1980-1991 in March 2018.