Phew & Aunt Sally

Phew LP Phew – P-Vine

●Why did cutting-edge musicians around the world want to create “sounds” under Conny Plank at that time? Kraftwerk and Neu! The album “Phew” (1981 release) was produced at the legendary Connie’s Studio, which produced masterpieces by , DAF, and Eno, with former Arnt Sally’s Phew.

●Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit, ex-members of the German rock band Can, which has a great influence on techno and post-rock.

●Connie Plank’s outstanding engineering and Holger Czukay’s unique editing skills make this novel sound world sound solitary and unfading even today.

●Complete edition by German original editing including unreleased song “Kodomo”.


Aunt Sally LP Aunt Sally – Mesh Key

This seminal, eponymous post-punk album by Japanese group Aunt Sally, fronted by experimental singer Phew, was first released by the iconic Vanity Records label in 1979. Over the past forty-plus years, Phew has forged a singular path through a wide range of styles – from free improvisation to pop – and has collaborated with the likes of Ryuichi Sakamoto, members of Can, DAF, Einstürzende Neubauten, The Raincoats and more. But Aunt Sally is where she got her start and, despite the members’ young ages (still in college at the time), Phew and the band delivered a mature, timeless take on minimalistic punk. Remastered from the original analog tapes, this fully authorized reissue is packaged in a heavy, tip-on jacket from Stoughton, and is housed in a double-sided, printed inner sleeve.


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