The very best in Japanese underground psychedelic music, including High Rise, White Heaven, Ghost, Musica Transonic, Acid Mothers Temple, Keiji Haino, Fushitsusha, and folk legends Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa.

Also available are free jazz and improvisational musicians such as Motoharu Yoshizawa, Masayuki Takayanagi, and Kaoru Abe. In addition are international free style musicians like Harry Bertoia, Charles Gayle, AMM, Borbetomagus and Mike Wilhelm.

P.S.F. reveals the depth, diversity and vitality of the Japanese underground music scene. Its archive chronicles a national treasure of free jazz and maverick rock that explodes the myth of Japanese conformity.

P.S.F. Records originated in the Tokyo record shop Modern Music, which opened in 1980, and took its name from the 1985 album Psychedelic Speed Freaks by High Rise. At the time there were a lot of innovative groups around who had no chance of being released by a major label. P.S.F. was started out of a desire to capture some of these precious tunes on record.

Renowned founder Hideo Ikeezumi says "I only release what I like, and I hope that some of these sounds will appeal to the more discerning listener."

P.S.F. also publishes the highly respected G-Modern, a quarterly magazine on avant-garde underground music.

P.S.F. Records (Modern Music/G-Modern)
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