If you buy one LP this month, it’d better be Lee Noble’s vinyl debut, “Horrorism”. Assuming you’re into tapes or follow our little label, you’ve probably heard Mr. Noble’s delicate musings before, most find them unforgettable. He finds a way to weave his experimental compositions with a sprinkling of catchy pop, creating a decidedly more listenable sound. Like Grouper or Motion Sickness Of Time Travel, Lee’s music works as a warm welcome to listeners that are just getting started in the drone/experimental scene, providing a trace of melody for the uninitiated to grasp onto. Of course, he’s also seasoned and absolutely masterful, and “Horrorism” should stun even the the deepest of diggers. This is his best work to date, get on board. It’s a top-ten record, without a doubt. Buy it for $12 from Bathetic Records.