Leyland Kirby's three part opus: Sadly, The Future Is No Longer What It Was is finally available in vinyl again since its first pressing in 2009. This three parter consists of When We Parted My Heart Wanted To Die, Sadly, The Future Is No Longer What It Was, and this, the final chapter, aptly titled Memories Live Longer Than Dreams.
Kirby's been diagnosed with early onset dementia and his mind is starting to go, a cruel joke played upon one of the greatest artists ever to produce works of hauntology, a genre that ironically draws heavily from the past and sort of tarnishes the future with the patina of loss, sorrow, and bygone eras (sadly, the future is no longer what it was, am I right?)
You can purchase all of it through Boomkat, it's pretty much a modern ambient masterpiece akin to The Disintegration Loops or Ambient 1: Music For Airports.
Cc: @todd @elloambient @ellomusic @experimental_music