more from
We've updated our Terms of Use. You can review the changes here.
supported by
StrangeFlow thumbnail
StrangeFlow When I listen to this album I get lost in rhythmic structures and a lot of intersting harmonic concepts. So much instruments just used for short moments and such attention to detail and yet so handmade. wouldn't wanna miss this album! Favorite track: Spiritual Jazz.
rvnaamen thumbnail
rvnaamen another wonderfull album from the heliocentrics and lloyd miller, deep spiritual ritmes and sounds, a must have for your collection.. Favorite track: Spiritual Jazz.
onezeroone thumbnail
onezeroone This Album is a great masterpiece of music..
lehmonmusic thumbnail
lehmonmusic It reminds me the unique atmospheres of Sun Ra and his Arkestra(s) in the end of the fifties/ beginning of the sixties, which is very much of a compliment, as this record brings with itself,
a lot of natural originality and "new thing" (you know what i mean) Favorite track: Modality.
Christopher Moklebust
Christopher Moklebust thumbnail
Christopher Moklebust So, I first heard this album years ago... and was utterly uprooted, both physically and spiritually, by the voluptuous rhythm. Some TRUE acid jazz right here! I find it incredible that I am the first person to buy this album on Bandcamp. I guess I'm honored, but at the same time a bit saddened. Favorite track: Spiritual Jazz.
  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    1. Electricone 03:41
    2. Nava 04:54
    3. Mandala 03:22
    4. Spiritual Jazz 07:32
    5. Bali Bronze 05:46
    6. Fantasia Pt. 1 02:35
    7. Modality 03:18
    8. Salendro 02:09
    9. Pari Ru 04:55
    10. Lloyd's Diatribe 03:25
    11. Fantasia Pt. 2 02:28
    12. Chahargah 02:58
    13. Sunda Sunset 05:29

    Includes unlimited streaming of (OST) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 3 days
    5 remaining
    Purchasable with gift card

      €12 EUR or more 


  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

      €11 EUR  or more


  • Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics (2LP)
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    A1 Electricone 03:41
    A2 Nava 04:54
    A3 Mandala 03:22

    B1 Spiritual Jazz 07:32
    B2 Bali Bronze 05:46

    C1 Fantasia Pt. 1 02:35
    C2 Modality 03:18
    C3 Salendro 02:09
    C4 Pari Ru 04:55

    D1 Lloyd's Diatribe 03:25
    D2 Fantasia Pt. 2 02:28
    D3 Chahargah 02:58
    D4 Sunda Sunset 05:29

    Includes unlimited streaming of (OST) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

    Sold Out

Electricone 03:41
Nava 04:54
Mandala 03:22
Bali Bronze 05:46
Modality 03:18
Salendro 02:09
Pari Ru 04:55
Chahargah 02:58
Sunda Sunset 05:29


Following their award-winning collaboration with the father of Ethio jazz, Mulatu Astatke (Mojo magazine Top 50 of the year 2009, Sunday Times World Music Album of the year), pioneering UK collective The Heliocentrics resurface alongside another fascinating jazz enigma, ethno-musicologist, jazz maestro and multi-instrumentalist, Lloyd Miller.

Learning various instruments and immersing himself in New Orleans jazz through his father, a professional clarinet player, Lloyd Miller first trained himself in the styles of George Lewis and Jimmy Giuffre and cut his first Dixieland jazz 78 rpm record in 1950. During the late ‘50s, his father landed a job in Iran and Miller began to develop a lifelong interest in Persian and Eastern music forms, learning to play a vast array of traditional ethnic instruments from across Asia and the Middle East.

He toured Europe heavily, basing himself in Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Germany (where he played with Eddie Harris and Don Ellis) and, most famously, in Paris where he worked with oddball bandleader Jef Gilson, a phenomenon in French jazz during the early ‘60s. Miller returned to the Middle East during the ‘70s, landing his own TV show on NIRTV in Tehran under the name Kurosh Ali Khan. His show became a national fixture and ran for seven years.

Miller has since been a vocal ambassador for preserving the traditions of many forms of Eastern music. In recent years, his mid-‘60s album ‘Oriental Jazz’ has become a collector’s favourite and the UK’s Jazzman label have issued a compilation, ‘A Lifetime In Oriental Jazz’, covering work from across his career.

The renewed interest in his music has spawned this new collaboration with The Heliocentrics. Emerging from an acoustic jazz session in 2007 set up by Jazzman (and now released as the Lloyd Miller Trio EP on the same label), the new album project was recorded at The Heliocentrics’ Quatermass Studios in East London during January and February 2010, a fresh, freeform mix of Eastern arrangements, jazz and angular psychedelics. The recordings involved a number of ethnic instruments that Miller has played and studied throughout his career including the oud, Phonofiddle, Indian santur, Chinese shawm and wooden flute. Tracks include the reflective, yearning ‘Spiritual Jazz’, the cinematic ‘Electricone’ and ‘Lloyd’s Diatribe’ featuring a Miller sermon on impure music and the madness of our globalised existence.


released January 1, 2010


all rights reserved



The Heliocentrics London, UK

London psychedelic jazz collective The Heliocentrics have their roots in the ‘90s when drummer Malcolm Catto recorded for Mo’Wax and Jazzman. They recorded their breakthrough album for Stones Throw, ‘Out There’ in 2007 and have since become known for their superb collaborations with legends including Ethio jazz pioneer Mulatu Astatke, jazzman Lloyd Miller and Afro soul Godfather, Orlando Julius. ... more

contact / help

Contact The Heliocentrics

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code

Report this album or account

The Heliocentrics recommends:

If you like (OST), you may also like: