The 14-track set comprises music recorded between 1982 and 1997 and comes out in September.
For its latest reissue, Séance Centre looks to early works from composer and singer MJ Lallo.
The label describes Lallo as an "award-winning composer, singer and voice over artist [who] uses her voice to sound like trumpets, bass, cello, birds and drums." She's scored feature films and done character voices for the likes of Columbia Pictures and Levi's over the years, but the forthcoming Take Me With You compilation, as well as the Star Child EP released on Séance Centre earlier this year, focus on her "vocalese new age" work, which "ranges from wordless harmonizer mantras and primitive drum computer meditations, to psychedelic Latin dance floor anthems," the label says.
The music on the forthcoming double-LP set was recorded between 1982 and 1997 using a drum computer, synthesizer and her own vocals processed through a Yamaha SPX90 Multi-Effects Processor. Séance Centre says Lallo's music is the work of an artist on her own journey, but references Jon Hassell, Meredith Monk, Stereolab and Joan La Barbara as acts occupying similar sonic territory.
Séance Centre, launched last year by former Invisible City Editions man Brandon Hocura and co-owner Naomi Hocura, has reissued music from cult favourites like Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Michel Banabila and Eblen Macari over its short run.
Listen to clips from Take Me With You.
A1 Suite for Jupiter
A2 Singing In The Lightyears
A3 Galaxy Latina
A4 Buddha's 2nd Coming
B1 Midnight In The Sky
B2 Ancient Mars
B3 Lunar Tribal Ritual
B4 Alien Angels
C1 Pleiades Chanting
C2 Sighting Rainbows
C3 Healing For The Heart
D2 UR Dreaming In Slow Motion
Z3 Breathing A Prayer
Séance Centre will release Take Me With You on September 7th, 2018.