Now, not to cast aspersions on your knowledge of the New York underground scene of the mids, but I'd wager a fair amount that most of you reading this were first made aware of Peter Gordon—and his Love of Life Orchestra—as a result of James Murphy and Pat Mahoney's seminal FabricLive. There's more to Peter Gordon than just one record, though. A contemporary composer who's written operas, collaborated with the likes of The Flying Lizards, Arthur Russell and Factory Floor, and worked on the Desperate Housewives soundtrack, Gordon's place in the avant-garde American canon is secured. And that's why we're so delighted to be bringing you an exclusive listen to two previously unheard Gordon originals from back in the day. The pair of tracks you can hear below—set for release on London based label Foom —see Gordon working with drummer and sound-artist David Van Tieghem, in a set that's been rescued from the archives. The Kathy Acker featuring "Winter" comes on like the proto-minimal wave gem you never knew you needed, while "Summer" is a lilting and uplifitng bit of piano-heavy dancefloor-ready pseudo-krautrock. Both are perfect examples of Gordon at his best, and, in a twist that'll delight anyone with even the slightest interest in the downtown scene, the whole package comes wrapped in brand new artwork from none other than Laurie Anderson. Kathy Acker Laurie Anderson
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