Important Records (Acid Mothers Temple, Charlemagne Palestine) get together a new edition of Eliane Radigue’s Geelriandre/Arthesis. Though these two compositions were first paired on record in 2003 they actually both date from the early 1970s. 1972’s Geelriandre sees Radigue team up with keys man Gérard Fremy. Across the course of a half-hour Radigue conjures hisses, hums and whines from her ARP synthesiser while Fremy chimes in on a prepared piano. Radigue does a similar thing, solo, with 1973’s Arthesis. These compositions are a kind of anti-ambience, glacial in pace but too eerie to fit the ambient mould. They are yet another testament to Radigue’s uniquely powerful compositional mode.