Music To Ease Your Disease



Strap yourself in and prepare for some Music To Ease Your Disease. Three of London's most noted sonic archaeologists will be selecting some choice ingredients from their collections to concoct a deeply psychoactive brew for your aural pleasure. Expect electric jazz, abstract funk, microscopic noisebursts, minimal repetitions, West Coast cool, and deep space soundscapes as Mike Keelin, Lascelle Gordon and Micky Donnelly take you on a long, strange trip through the outer limits.

Find More


  • Between-Dharana
  • Michael Nyman-An Eye For Optical Theory
  • Lionel Marchetti & Jerome Noetinga-Paris
  • Henry & Hazel Slaughter-Track 5
  • Alejandro Jodorowsky-Trance Mutation
  • Bennie Maupin-Excursion
  • Wolfgang Dauner-Abraxas
  • Eric Dolphy-Improvisations & Tukras
  • Popol Vuh-Affenstunde
  • Biting Tongues-Fever
  • Earth-Crooked Axis For String Quartet
  • Loren Connors-Music For The Dark Paintings Of Mark Rothko
  • Chicago Underground Duo-Waiting For You Is Like Watching Stillness Grow Into Enormous Winds
  • Bruno Spoerri-Les Electroniciens
  • Basil Kirchin-Paranoia
  • Soft Machine-Floating Worlds
  • Peter Michael Hamel-Silence
  • Matmos-Y. T. T. E.
  • Fielder, Eitner & Schlott-Unit II
  • Jim O'Rourke-And I'm Singing
  • Harvey Mandel-Cristo Redentor
  • Shirley Horn-Consequences of a Drug Addict Role
  • Alice Coltrane-Turiya & Ramakrishna