Stormy Records

Stormy Records

13210 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, Michigan 48126, USA
(above Green Brain Comics)
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this list encompasses all new releases from the last 3 months. call or email if there is an item you are interested in. if we still have it in stock, you can do mailorder OR have the item held for you. thanks!!





Windy and Carl items available through stormy records

INTROSPECTION - 3 x cd $16.99 ** comes with bonus free cd "Through The Square Window" compilation featuring W&C 'Dream Of Blue' (alt mix), E.A.R. 'Death Of A Robot' (diff mix) + more

DEPTHS - cd $13.99

CONSCIOUSNESS - cd $13.99

WE WILL ALWAYS BE - cd $13.99 / double lp $17.99

SONGS FOR THE BROKEN HEARTED - cd $13.99 / double lp $19.99

THE DREAMHOUSE/DEDICATIONS TO FLEA - cd $13.99

WINDY WEBER - I Hate People cd $9.99 / lp $11.99






and the newest stock items

these items are releases from the last several months. they may or may not be in stock as you view this list. please call or email for an actual stock check. if an item is in, we will happily put it on hold for you or prcess a mail order shipment. thank you.

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Disappears cd Era on kranky $13.99
Insular & dark, the album sees the band further refining their love of dub, minimalism & repetition into their most original & stark (re: SUICIDE-esque) set yet, harkening back to the early 80s post punk period, when almost anything seemed possible with the classic 2 guitar line, bass & drums line up, & exploration & expansion of what could done with these elements was at the fore.

Disappears lp Era on kranky $14.99
VINYL VERSION. "Era" is Disappears at their most abrasive, contemplative, & paranoid - it's the sound of the void looking back.

Flaamingos cd S/ T on Felte $11.99
Pounding analog drum machines. Rumbling basslines that are as moody as they are thoroughly danceable. Atmospheric washes of echo-laden synth textures. Jangling guitar sounds & choruses that resonate with emotion. These Angelinos' sound includes traces of their past psych/ shoegaze inclinations, but also krautrock, post-punk, synth pop & new romantic shimmer.

Flaamingos lp S/ T on Felte $14.99
VINYL VERSION. Listening to Flaamingos' self-titled debut album, you'd be forgiven for thinking that it might come from the north of England, or somewhere else where the skies are consistently leaden & everybody always wears black.

MCVINNIE, JAMES: Cycles CD $17.99
Cycles introduces a new artist to the intimate roster that makes up the avant-garde label Bedroom Community: James McVinnie. The music on Cycles comprises 13 organ pieces by label-mate and composer Nico Muhly. Performing the pieces in addition to McVinnie are Nadia Sirota, Chris Thompson, and Simon Wall. What makes McVinnie such an ideal interpreter of Muhly's music is that he and Muhly share not just an understanding of the capabilities of the pipe organ as a musical instrument, but also an equally deep understanding of, and even affection for, its limitations. McVinnie speaks eloquently on behalf of his instrument's potential. "The organ is like a grand symphony orchestra controlled by one person manning a series of keyboards and pedals, stops and buttons. On the one hand, an organ can imitate orchestral instruments -- the ardent string section of an orchestra, a lyrical clarinet, a French horn, timpani -- and on the other, it has its own indigenous magisterial voice. Organs are built to speak into specific acoustic spaces. When you play, it's as if you're playing the whole building you're in, which often can be electrifying." And the organ as an instrument is tied to centuries of liturgical practice, capable of supporting or imitating a church choir with a solemnity few others could hope to summon. McVinnie is quick to point out, however, that the organ is also "the ultimate and original synthesizer" -- and it is nothing if not a mechanical, wind-powered synthesizer, with all of the uncanny falseness that that word implies. The symphonic, the acoustic, the sacred, the synthetic: there's a little of each in every one of the pieces on Cycles, and sometimes more than a little.

SKULLFLOWER: Kino I:Birthdeath CD $19.99
Finally available, after almost two years of driving Dirter & Shock to the brink of insanity -- a massive 4CD retrospective of Skullflower's early works from 1986-1990, featuring all the material previously released on Broken Flag, Shock, Majora and Forced Exposure, plus around two hours of previously-unheard music -- 14 tracks spread across the series. And this is not "out-take" dross used to fill up CDs, this is essential early Skullflower providing further insight into their uniquely twisted musical world. All material has been digitally mastered by Richard Whittaker at FX, and each CD comes in a deluxe gatefold card cover and inner sleeve with newly-unearthed artwork by Matthew. Booklets feature extensive notes and previously-unseen flyers, posters and photos. Comprises the remastered first 12" EP, available in its entirety for the first time since 1987, plus six previously-unreleased, unheard and undreamed-of tracks. This series of CDs are a co-production between the original Shock label and Dirter.

SKULLFLOWER: Kino II:Form Destroyer CD $19.99
The remastered first album by Skullflower, originally released on Broken Flag in 1989 -- the best it has ever sounded. Includes two "bonus" tracks from Shock's long out-of-print RUINS and two previously-unheard pieces. A truly monstrous disc of heavy, fucked up music.

SKULLFLOWER: Kino IV:Black Sun Rising CD $19.99
Rounds up the first three 7" releases on Shock, Majora and Forced Exposure, the bonus track from The Portable Altamont (1991) compilation, plus six previously-unreleased tracks, including three from the Xaman sessions. A disc of total rock!

PANTALEIMON: The Butterfly Ate the Pearl LP $22.99
LP version. The Butterfly Ate the Pearl is the follow-up to 2008's remix and collaboration collection Heart of the Sun and features nine new tracks. Co-produced with Hugo Race, this album from Pantaleimon is another great collection of hypnotic, magical, and understated songs that Andria Degens has become known for, but with The Butterfly Ate the Pearl there is a more psychedelic feel and a real progression of sound and it is without doubt the most accomplished release to date. The multi-talented Degens not only provides vocals, but plays a diverse range of instruments and effects including distorted and delayed dulcimers, guitar, keyboard, Indian harmonium, bass, samples, loops, pedal board, FX, vibra, bells, tambourine, and sansula. She also brings together an array of eclectic musicians to elevate the dream -- Will Oldham (Bonnie "Prince" Billy), James Blackshaw, Otto Hauser (Vetiver), Jay Darlington (Oasis, Kula Shaker), and Steve Finnerty (Alabama 3), to name a few. The result is a cinematic soundscape, a journey through terrains both familiar and unknown, with her gorgeous and heartbreaking voice leading the way, sounding like nothing else around.

ROZMANN, AKOS: Images of the Dream and Death 3LP $43.99
This recording is the fourth version of Images of the Dream and Death by √?kos R√≥zmann; revised at EMS/Elektronmusikstudion, Stockholm in 2001 for a performance in Essen. The first version was realized with Buchla synthesizer at the State Academy of Music, EMS/Elektronmusikstudion, Stockholm 1974-1977 (released on Phono Suecia as PS 27, 1986); the third version in April 1990 (released on Phono Suecia as PSCD 27, 1991). Images of the Dream and Death/Bilder inf√∂r Dr√∂mmen och D√∂den. "My intention in composing this work was, with the aid of sound, EMS, and the studio of the State Academy of Music in Stockholm between August 1974 and June 1977, to portray good and evil. I failed, however, to depict good 'idealistically.' The figures which I use here are always characteristic of deserted, anxious, weeping humanity. When I conjure forth the good in the introduction to a piece, other 'forces' soon make themselves felt. The beginning of the third movement, for example, reminds one of the sound of distant bells. These approaching impulses inspire peace and serenity, but all the alien elements which then reveal themselves stand in the way of 'development'; their impact is devastating. The sound of the bells becomes muddied, it is transferred beyond recognition and finally ceases. With my composition I seek to describe a process. The main emphasis is on the two contrary elements declaring themselves simultaneously, and on a scrutiny of the changes which occur when they interact. First movement: 'sounds' characterizing various 'types' (good and evil) -- cries, weeping, shrieks, growls, etc. -- occur at random and are linked together by noise, movements, beats, etc. Second movement: this portrays various forms of matter and various phenomena connected with our existence: a. earth b. water c. movement-energy. The structure of movements two and three is characterized by the different blocks accompanying one another. Each block is a fully worked-out unit, the meaning of which depends on the position it occupies in the development of the composition. Third movement: the 'sound types' from movement one now constitute different groups. Among them we find blocks denoting the good (e.g. the sound of bells) or evil (e.g. metallic rattling, violent blows, the knocking of wood-like objects). The antitheses discernible between the musical units are a new element." --√?kos R√≥zmann (from Nutida Musik nr. 3 1977/78) √?kos R√≥zmann was born in Hungary in 1939. He studied composition and took his organist's and composer's diploma at the Liszt Academy in Budapest. Between 1971 and 1974 he studied composition with Ingvar Lidholm at the State Academy of Music in Stockholm. He became organist of the Catholic Cathedral in Stockholm in 1978. Composed & produced by √?kos R√≥zmann. Vinyl cut by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin, April 2013. Cover painting by Ferenc F√ľzeskuti. R√≥zmann's portrait by Per B. Adolphson. Liner notes by Jim O'Rourke and Mats Lindstrom.

SILVER APPLES: Silver Apples LP $33.99
2013 repress. Limited edition deluxe LP format, pressed on 180 gram virgin vinyl; housed in a deluxe gatefold foil sleeve containing the insert from the original release. The self-titled first album by '60s electronic legends Silver Apples, originally released by Kapp Records in 1968. Fresh off their stint as The Overland Stage Electric Band, Simeon and Dan Taylor formed their own extravagant, two-man electronic space-odyssey, Silver Apples, to remarkable critical acclaim. "What's so amazing is that they make absolutely mind-shattering music with all this junky equipment," commented one reviewer, astounded over the then-mindbending concept of build-it-yourself electronics combined with rock drums. The debut album features lyrics by poet Stanley Warren and is an absolutely essential piece of musical history from electronic/psychedelic/rock music's ground-breaking legends.

NOVI_SAD: Neuroplanets CD $16.99
New Series Framework is an extension of Sub Rosa's Concrete Electronics Noise, a mix-up of unusual conceptions of sound material by young unknown composers, well-known not-so-young composers and old and clever composers. Limited editions. Neuroplanets is a project which explores the aesthetics of information on sound. Initially based on multiple ways of audio analysis in rare sonic phenomena taking place on other planets, this project has been developed and executed by applying data and numerical elements from neurosciences, on tracks commissioned from BJ Nilsen, Daniel Menche, Francisco López, and Mika Vainio. Neuroplanets is the follow-up to Inhumane Humans ((SR 301CD). "Novi_sad is the mutated body that stands on the tips of its toes to look over a wall of white noise. It reaches the edge, almost getting a glimpse of what is on the other side. It almost sees. And when it almost sees, then it hears. And when it hears, it hears the sudden attack of static. And as it hears it looks: the sky is static and falls like a sonic ceiling collapsing on its sole inhabitant: Novi_sad. Novi_sad is the sound of the shadow of the body that faces the wall of sound. The mutated body steps back from the wall. It is not a wall, it is a mirror. The mutated body looks at itself. It sees: an open mouth that is shouting to itself and is not heard, it sees closed ears bleeding that do not hear. It says: lift sonic ceilings up over my head, push them up over the sky, as far as my arms can reach, as far as my eyes can see. I will hear, I will here." --Thanasis Kaproulias

GHOST OUTFIT: I Want You to Destroy Me LP $25.99
LP version. This is the debut album by Manchester duo Ghost Outfit and the first full-length release from the Sways label. While other duos/bands strive for "stripped back," Ghost Outfit opt for layers of wild guitar, industrial drum rhythms, relentless grooves, restless drones and innovative ambience. It's a record of schizo-fi intensity, straddling the line between melancholia and euphoria, melodic pop and teeth-grinding white noise. Combining an appreciation for late '80s/early '90s bands The Cure, My Bloody Valentine, Throbbing Gristle and Sonic Youth, with the modern omnivorous approach of bands such as No Age or Deerhunter, the unexpected, unconventional quality of the album is only further enhanced.

SANDERS, SAM: Mirror Mirror 2LP $35.99
Double LP version. Comes numbered in a heavy stock, tip on gatefold jacket. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl. Includes extensive liner notes and never-before-seen photos.

ARTHUR: #35 August 2013 MAG $5.00
"On the Trail of the Lonesome Snock: Wily folkplayer Michael Hurley (aka Elwood Snock) has charmed hip audiences for over fifty years now with his timeless surrealist tunes and sweetly weird comics, all the while maintaining a certain ornery, outsider mystique. Longtime Snockhead/Arthur Senior Writer Byron Coley investigates this wild American treasure in an enormous 11,000-word, eight-page feature replete with rare photos, artwork, comics... and a giant color portrait by Liz Devine. Snock attack! The Biophonic Man: Guitarist, composer and analog synthesizer pioneer Bernie Krause left the recording studio to find that really wild sound. What he discovered was far more profound. Interview by Jay Babcock. Illustrations by Kevin Hooyman. Giant Steps For Mankind: Stewart Voegtlin on John Coltrane's startling 1960s ascension from space bebop to universe symphonies. Dual astral/material plane illustration by Beaver. Chew the Leaves, Get in the Tank: Inside Baltimore's T Hill, new kinds of experiments with salvia divinorum are going on. Journalist/photographer Rjyan Kidwell visits Twig Harper, Carly Ptak, and the Wild Shepherdess. Buried Alive By the Sufis: Swap-O-Rama Rama founder and author Wendy Tremayne (The Good Life Lab: Radical Experiments in Hands-On Living) wanted to understand what motivated her life-long anti-consumerism. She found the answer underground. Illustration by Kira Mardikes. Gash, Crash, Ash: Nobody rides for free. Dave Reeves on the price motorcyclists pay for being better than you. Illustration by Lale Westvind. Flowers, Leaves, Anarchism: Matthew Erickson on the J.L. Hudson Ethnobotanical Catalog of Seeds. And, of course, the 'Bull Tongue' exhaustive survey of underground cultural output by your intrepid guides Byron Coley and Thurston Moore."

FOUR TET: Kool FM 12" $13.99
"Kool FM" is the first single from Four Tet's full-length Beautiful Rewind. Includes the "Bliss Mix" on the B side.

WIRE, THE: #355 September 2013 MAG $9.99
"On the cover: Young Echo + Livity Sound (Rory Gibb goes west to meet the movers and shakers of Bristol's post-dubstep underground, encountering the low frequency traders of the Young Echo and Livity Sound collectives, DIY activists advancing the cause of bass music via a mess of white label vinyl pressings, marathon radio sessions, cassette releases, sound system jams and online zines). Features: Kazuo Imai (Alan Cummings goes east to meet guitarist Kazuo Imai, former Taj Mahal Traveller, and the focal point of Japan's most enigmatic experimental music collective, Marginal Consort); The Primer: Cabaret Voltaire (Keith Moliné goes back in time to essay a Primer on the sprawling recorded legacy of Sheffield Industrialists Cabaret Voltaire, tracking their development from Eno-obsessed garage punks to mutant House breakers); Invisible Jukebox: Christina Carter (The Charalambides singer and guitarist picks apart The Wire's mystery record selection). Plus all the (un)usual news, views, reviews and more from the heart of the global new music network."

Barwick, Julianna cd Nepenthe on Dead Oceans $14.99
Alex Somers produced & engineered the record & brought in local Icelandic musicians who turned out to make crucial contributions: string ensemble AMIINA, guitarist Robert Sturla Reynisson (MUM) & a choir of teenage girls.

Callahan, Bill new dub 12" on Drag City $13.99
VINYL ONLY 45 rpm 12" single

New Canyons lp Everyone Is Dark on BLVD $16.99
This Chicago duo goes way beyond 80s retro-throwback w/ their expertly-crafted synth & guitar creations. Brillant combinations of synthpop, shoegaze, ambient, & postpunk sounds along w/ exceptionally dramatic vocal delivery harken to early Depche Mode & Yaz

Segall, Ty cd Sleeper on Drag City $14.99
"Sleeper" is Ty-fi, for sure. It's a hard-knock existence, but there's plenty tenderness to try, & the trip is crafted especially to fit in your ears & sail down the canals deep into your skull.

Segall, Ty lp Sleeper on Drag City $18.99
VINYL VERSION. "Sleeper" flows more colors than ever before through your mind's eye, pushing the walls of the universe out just a micron further, making everything heavier & lighter all at once, to allow for one moment that will live forever.

Superchunk deluxe lp I Hate Music - DELUXE on Merge $25.99
Deluxe LP is fluorescent orange vinyl (150gm) in a die-cut jacket w/ download + white vinyl 7" w/ 2 non-album & physical-only tracks exclusive to this version ("White Screen" b/w "Abstract Flows") + a "Superchunk I Hate Music" stencil.

Venom P. Stinger lp Meet My Friend Venom on Drag City $18.99
VINYL VERSION. Originally released in 1986, "Meet My Friend Venom" is now upon you, again. 1st release from early Aussie punks featuring MICK TURNER & JIM WHITE (Dirty Three), the late, great DUGALD MACKENZIE & ALAN SECHER-JENSEN.

Venom P. Stinger 7" Walking About on Drag City $6.99
7" VINYL VERSION. Originally released in 1988, "Walking About" is as definitive a slice of early wave Aussie garage punk as they come. Early warblings from MICK TURNER & JIM WHITE (Dirty Three), the late, great DUGALD MACKENZIE, & ALAN SECHER-JENSEN.

Venom P. Stinger lp What's Yours Is Mine on Drag City $18.99
VINYL VERSION. Originally released in 1990, "What's Yours Is Mine" has a kind of scuzzy purity, derived from the honest playing & singing of such horrorful things. Early Aussie punk scuzz featuring MICK TURNER & JIM WHITE (Dirty Three), the late, great DUGALD MACKENZIE & ALAN SECHER-JENSEN.

Venom P. Stinger 12" Waiting Room on Drag City $16.99
12" VINYL VERSION. Originally released in 1991, "Waiting Room" is their swan song, just before Mick & Jim joined up with Warren Ellis to form the Dirty Three.

Venom P. Stinger double cd Venom P. Stinger 1986-1991 on Drag City $17.99
FIRST TIME EVER AVAILABLE ON CD (& a double disc at that)! Collects their entire discography (1988's "Meet My Friend Venom", 1989's "Walking About" 7", 1990's "What's Yours Is Mine" & 1991's "Waiting Room" EP).

Washed Out cd Paracosm on Sub Pop $14.99
The music recorded by ERNEST GREENE as WASHED OUT has been nothing if not dreamy, & on his 2nd full-length, he takes the dreamlike, otherworldly atmospheres of his music a huge leap further.

Washed Out lp Paracosm on Sub Pop $27.99
Vinyl version. INCLD DOWNLOAD CODE. comes with free 7"

Zola Jesus, JG Thirwell & Mivos Quartet cd Versions on Sacred BOnes $14.99
Removing the bulk of electronics from these songs gives them the space to breathe, thusly opening them up to be received by a much wider audience who perhaps haven't previously ventured into the techno-pop/industrial arena.

YOU: Laserscape LP $22.99
LP version. Comes on 180 gram vinyl. Udo Hanten and Albin Meskes, the Krefeld duo collectively known as You, played their way into the elite of the German electronic music scene with their first two albums Electric Day (1979) (BB 073CD/LP) and Time Code (1983) (BB 074CD/LP). Reissued by Bureau B in 2011, the pair of albums caused quite a stir both in the media and amongst afficionados of the so-called Berlin School (Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, etc.). Their fourth album, Laserscape, consists of music created for the laser performances of the same name by the artist Horst H. Baumann. Having met Udo Hanten during a film project in 1981, Baumann approached him with the idea of collaborating in 1985. He wanted a lavish soundscape to match his open-air installations and You fit the bill perfectly. Their first joint event on August 31, 1985 was a resounding success: 10,000 attended the "Philips Laserscape KrYou." Berlin's SFB radio station recorded the concert for broadcast on their "Steckdose" (power socket) program, subtitled "computer music -- music from the computer." Naturally, it made sense to put together a Laserscape album of pieces composed for the various laser events. Some were recorded in Berlin at Christoph Franke's studio (of Tangerine Dream fame), most were completed at You's own studio. The music resembles the laser events: simultaneously dark and dazzling. Multilayered drones, some over 13 minutes long, evocative of Blade Runner's menacing atmosphere, sometimes laced with driving, pulsating sequences, typical of the so-called Berlin School. A drum, or rather a drum computer, was used on only one track. You remained true to their spirit of experimentation by enlisting the services of classical guitarist Jaime Zenamon on two compositions.

FELDMAN, MORTON: Turfan Fragments CD $16.99
Repressed; originally released in 2001 by the Dog W/A Bone label, this release features these 2 long pieces: For Samuel Beckett and The Turfan Fragments. Performed by: The Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble, with Petr Kotik, conductor. For Samuel Beckett and The Turfan Fragments are Morton Feldman's only chamber orchestra compositions. Both were commissions: The Turfan Fragments by the Swiss-Italian Radio Orchestra in 1980, For Samuel Beckett by the Schönberg Ensemble, Amsterdam, in 1987. Both titles are descriptive and suggest how Feldman arrived at a particular concept for each piece. The Turfan Fragments is a succession of short sections, which could indeed be described as fragments. The title relates the composition to manuscripts from Turfan (the southwest region of present-day China), which are in the collection of the Preussischer Kulturbesitz in Berlin. These calligraphic remnants, going back to the 9th century, were brought to Germany before World War I and Feldman must have seen them while living in Berlin in 1971. In contrast, For Samuel Beckett is based on a single idea of several chord progressions unfolding continuously for almost an hour. In 1977, Beckett wrote a text for Feldman, to be used as the libretto for his opera Neither. Feldman's description of Beckett's writing most eloquently suggests what was on his mind when composing For Samuel Beckett: "here's something peculiar about it [Beckett's text]. I can't catch it. Finally I see that every line is really the same thought said in another way. And yet the continuity acts as if something else is happening. Nothing else is happening. What you're doing, in an almost Proustian way, is getting deeper and deeper saturated into the thought." Includes an 8-page booklet with liner notes from Petr Kotik and an extract from Morton Feldman from Give My Regards To Eighth Street (Exact Change). The Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble; Petr Kotik, conductor.

ENSEMBLE ECONOMIQUE: The Vastness Is Bearable Only Through Love LP $22.99
New LP from Ensemble Economique aka Brian Pyle, one-half of Humboldt avant-abstractionists Starving Weirdos and RV Paintings. "We've long loved the SW's sprawling rhythmic dronescapery, and on his own, Pyle explores similar sonic territory, but Pyle's approach sans partners seems to be more dense and dark, caustic and abrasive, the rhythmic element balancing the atmospheric elements, like here on the title-track, which spreads out over all of the first side. A thick, swirling low-end thrum oozes and undulates, it's a hazy blurred rumble, over which Pyle layers heaving shards of crunch, thick throbs, deep bell-like tones, rhythmic machine gun stutters, all of which pile up and overlap, creating a soft cacophony of clatter and crunch, chug and churn, a strangely haunting, and sorta noisy, almost industrial creepscape, that sounds like some weird hybrid of Wolf Eyes, Philip Jeck and Umberto, performed by some strange robotic minimalist chamber ensemble. A swirling, heady, and darkly psychedelic barrage of loops and rhythms, layers and textures, mesmerizing and intense. The flipside is another permutation of Pyle's abstract, beat-laden drones, another thick, swirling morass of sitar-like buzz and sci-fi synth squelch, this time the beats buried, little flurries of stutter and shuffle, squalls of glitchy tangle, more coloring the proceedings than driving them. The last track is a tense, soundtrack-y stretch of layered buzz and haunting melody -- a sprawl of pulsing high-end over deep, ominous rumbles, like the music from the scariest moment in some lost Italian giallo, stretched out into minutes instead of seconds, all tension, no release, brooding and intense, haunting and mesmerizing, fantastic stuff." --Aquarius Records

HANNUM, TERENCE: Spectral Life LP $22.99
Debut LP of one-third of avant drone metal outfit Locrian. Contemporary artist/musician Terence Hannum is back on wax with two sides of meditative and sonic cathartic noise torrents. Following on from a dozen of highly-regarded solo tapes and CDrs, Spectral Life follows the artist through two tracks of electronic and acoustic drones blending in the most efficient way all the previous works of the artist. While the A-side is made of short, different synth-driven pieces blended together in an immense opening track, the B-side brings us on an extensive, immersive psychedelic journey. Standing as a deep emotional sonic ceremony, this new record draws Hannum at his best, finding his influences from the avant spectrum of black metal as well as bits of modern composition. Mastered by James Plotkin and pressed by Handle With Care on 180 gram black wax. Cover artwork by Hannum himself.

Acquaintances self titled lp on Epitonic $15.99
FROSTY CLEAR COLOR VINYL ONLY RELEASE COMES WITH FREE COPY OF CD! Holy supergroup! JUSTIN SINKOVICH (vocals/ guitar/keyboards for POISON ARROWS, ATOMBOMBPOCKETKNIFE, THUMBNAIL), CHRIS WILSON (drummer for TED LEO & THE PHARMACISTS), JERED GUMMERE (vocals/guitarist for PONYS, BARE MUTANTS), PATRICK MORRIS (bassist for DON CABALLERO) & STEVE SCHMIDT (guitarist of CHINO HORDE, THUMBNAIL) present their debut of tremolo'ed, reverby guitars & echo'ed out vocals wash over a top-notch rhythm section creating spacedout garage influenced rock with a melodic sensibility.

Bare Mutants lp Affliction on In the Red $15.99
Debut album from band lead by Jered Gummere of THE PONYS, also featuring members of MANNEQUIN MEN & THE 1900S

RETURN OF STUFF DREAMS ARE MADE OF 2 cd set on Yazoo $29.99
This sequel to The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of follows in its footsteps with a selection of 46 classics of American traditional music recorded in the 1920's (on 2 CD's) - many of them are among the great iconic performances of the whole genre, including selections by legendary perfomers like Bukka White, Charley Patton, Dennis McGee, Eck Robertson, Ishman Bracey, Uncle Dave Macon, and many more. Included is a 54 page booklet that tracks the history of collecting old 78 records from its beginning in the 1920's through the '60's. god awful artwork - wish it had been more like vol one!!

Deebank, Maurice lp Inner Thought Zone on 1972 $18.99
FELT guitarists's solo album, originally released in 1984. 1st-ever domestic release

Pop, Iggy & Yoko Ono 10" on Chimera Music $17.99
LIMITED EDITION OF 1000 ONLY ONE-SIDED 10-INCH with an etching from Yoko Ono on the flip side. Iggy Pop performs "Waiting for the 'D' Train" live with Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band in Los Angeles, & covers Yoko's "I'm Going Away Smiling" in the studio. All proceeds benefit Paws 4 You Rescue of Miami, FL.

BREAKBOT: You Should Know 12" $14.99
Thibaut Berlan aka Breakbot carries on his funky quest with "You Should Know" from his album By Your Side (BEC 5161259), a reservoir of hit songs of perfect sunny sweetness. "You Should Know" is a funky love song in the Breakbot tradition, supported by remixes by Busy P & Boston Bun, Homework & Le Bain, The Swiss and Le Family Club. These remixes go from modern house to retro-futuristic disco and will keep you smiling and grooving in these sometimes troubled times. Includes mp3 download.

VA: Ed Rec Vol. X (Standard Edition) 2LP+CD $29.99
2LP+CD "standard" edition including a CD and poster, housed in a gatefold sleeve. Led by Busy P aka Pedro Winter, Ed Banger Records have risen from low-key Parisian rock n' roll cool to become one of global club land's most colorful and recognizable music outlets. It could be said they've ascended to maturity, yet, in many ways, Ed Banger remains gleefully youthful, holding to the spirit of the party -- a stable of DJ/producers with a huge sense of fun and old-fashioned loyalty to each other and their fans criss-crossing the world. The imprint's illustrious history and adventures have been documented in a new photographic book by label designer So Me called Travaile. Famille. Party. -- Work. Family. Party. As Pedro explains "After managing Daft Punk between 1996 and 2008 I wanted to create my own history. By creating Ed Banger Records I launched my own musical adventure in a way. I learnt so much with Daft Punk, I owe them a lot. Celebrating this 10th anniversary is very emotional, I'm proud I managed to write a pretty nice musical chapter in my life. Daft Punk as chapter number one and Ed Banger Records as chapter number two is pretty cool." Ed Banger hasn't put a full compilation out since Vol. III in 2008 and the time is ripe. All their artists contribute exclusive tracks, from long-standing label figureheads Justice, to new disco-house kid on the block, Boston Bun. Over the years, Ed Banger has released music by everyone from Rick Rubin to LFO to, recently, Laurent Garnier, and the new collection represents such diverse thinking. The Balearic android cocktail-disco slowie "The Beach" by Breakbot sits easily with DSL's sleaze-funk electro throbber "In Your House," and there's plenty more, from Mr. Oizo, Feadz, Cassius, SebastiAn, Krazy Baldhead, Mr. Flash, and Mickey Moonlight. A decade in, Ed Banger shows no sign of slowing down.

MR. OIZO: Amicalement 12" $14.99
"Marilyn Manson is starring in my new feature film Wrong Cops. We decided to record this retarded track together to celebrate our friendship." --Mr. Oizo; This new record shows another side of his talent, going from classic banger with "Solid" to modern hip-hop with "Waltz-e-More." Includes free mp3 download.

PARMEGIANI, BERNARD: De Natura Sonorum 2LP $32.99
De Natura Sonorum (1975): Premiered at the Salle Wagram in Paris on June 3rd 1975. A suite of 12 movements, divided into two series of six. "The first series comprises six related movements, usually organized in pairs, electronic sounds with instrumental and more rarely, concrete sounds: Incidences/resonances bring into play controlled resonances akin to sounds of concrete origin in a process that helps to expand the variable electronic sound sources. Here, 'incidents' are opposed to one-off 'accidents' in the second movement: 'Accidents/Harmoniques' ('Accidents/Harmonics'). In the second movement, very short events of instrumental origin change the harmonic tone of the continuum they interrupt or overlap. Moreover, the high notes are underplayed, which stimulates the attention given to other phenomena generally hidden by the melodic form applied to the instrumental play. 'Géologie sonore' ('Sound Geology') is similar to a flight over an area where different 'sound' layers come to the surface one after the other. When seen from high above, instrumental and electronic sounds seem to fuse. 'Dynamique de la resonance' ('Dynamics of Resonance') is a microphonic exploration of a single sound resonating through different forms of percussion. 'L'Etude élastique' ('Elastic Study') places together various sounds produced by 'touching' elastic or instrumental skins (balloons, doumbeks) or vibrating strings and a number of instrumental gestures close to this 'touch,' using electronic processes to generate white noise. 'Conjugaison du timbre' ('Conjugated Tone'), the last movement in the series, uses the same substance to apply rhythmic forms onto a perpetually varying tone continuum. The second series of movements draws its inspiration from concrete and electronic sources rather than instrumental ones. 'Incidences/battements' ('Incidences/ Beatings') is a reminder of the first movement in the first series, which then quickly moves into 'Natures éphémères' ('Ephemeral Natures'): an ephemeral play on instrumental and electronic sounds, singled out by their internal trajectory rather than by the material itself. 'Matières induites' ('Induced Matters'): just as molecular effervescence triggers changes of state, it seems that the different states of these sound materials can be generated by each other or through induction processes. In 'Ondes croisées' ('Crossed Waves'), the pizz vibrations interfere with somehow 'visible' water drops on the surface of a similar material. 'Pleins et déliés' ('Downstrokes and Upstrokes') can be listened to as the energies absorbed in the motion of bouncing bodies, while hollow 'bubbles' and points bring together some people's gravity and others' downwards movements. The work finishes with 'Points contre champs' ('Reverse Angle Points'). Here, the notion of perspective of the different sound threads weaving a kind of network, or field, traps the occasional iterative elements in the foreground and progressively absorbs them, giving more space for the angle -- and the chanted sound -- to grow." --Bernard Parmigiani; De Natura Sonorum whose title echoes Lucretius' De rerum natura, similarly explores the multiplicity of sound possibilities. This profuse work, with countless discoveries and dazzling intuitions, has influenced several generations of composers and remains a truly seminal piece in the experimental music soundscape. De Natura Sonorum, one of Parmegiani's masterpieces, has left an indelible mark on the classical period of electroacoustic music. At last, it is being reissued on vinyl and for the first time this includes the whole of its 12 movements." --Christian Zanési & François Bonnet. Housed in a gatefold sleeve.

WORK/DEATH: Phone About to Ring LP $22.99
Work/Death might be a new name to most, but for anyone listening to noise that is lucky enough to be based in and around Rhode Island, then Scott Reber's grizzled drones are likely a well-known staple. Reber is something of the noise musician's noise musician, and his deeply knowledgable and surprisingly technical take on the sound has left those able to source one of his rare tapes or manage to catch a show slack-jawed. One such tape is Phone About to Ring, which emerged from the ether on Reber's own Three Songs Of Lenin imprint in 2012 with little fanfare. Now Type is proud to announce that it is being given the deluxe treatment, and has been remastered by Reber himself before being cut to vinyl for the first time. The music itself is hard to get a grip on -- two effortlessly gloomy passages of sludgy, ominous noise, which in the wrong hands could end up falling into usual traps, but with Reber at the helm sound both fresh and deeply complex. Instruments are bashed into near obscurity by Reber's steady-handed layers of tape-hiss and crunch, and thick, doomy bass echoes like an earthquake in the background. The most startling aspect of Phone About to Ring is Reber's ability to inject harmony into his stark, low-end rumbles and piercing cacophony. Comparable to Tim Hecker or even Thomas Köner at times, Reber makes noise that has a lot more beneath the surface that you might initially realize, and Phone About to Ring is his most concise and involving statement to date. Cut at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.

VA: Which Way Does the Blood Red River Flow? LP $16.99
"Compilation of some of the best songs recorded for the Testament label between 1961 and 1967. Here we have the deep spirituals of Fred and Annie McDowell, the haunting music of Peg Leg Howell, the long form lonesome blues of Skip James contemporary Jack Owens, the pretty drifting tunes of Elijah Brown, and the plaintive ballads of Jimmie Tarlton. A really intense and strong record. No filler allowed - just the heaviest stuff we could find. Old school 'tip on' cover. A co-release with our friends at Sutro Park, the king of all contemporary blues reissue labels."

COLLINS & DANNY KROHA, MICK: Winter Blues And Greens 2X7" on NORTON $15.99
Epitaphs & Elegies by Kim Vincent Fowley. "Gories members deliver an amazing double EP of seven Kim Fowley poems from his second Kicks Books tome Planet Pain, set to music. Poignant interpretations reminiscent of Arthur Lee."

HEWITT JAZZ ENSEMBLE, P.E.: Winter Winds LP $24.99
"The three lost albums by the Bay Area vibraphonist/composer/arranger P.E. Hewitt will now be available as stand alone releases for the first time since Richard Nixon was in the White House. Masterpieces in deep/modal/spiritual jazz from a teenaged wunderkind, recorded and released from 1968-1970, P.E. Hewitt was but 16 years old when he recorded and released -- in a pressing of 50 copies -- his debut album Jawbones. By the time he sold through the 100 copies of this third, Winter Winds, he was approaching the ripe-age of 20. The three albums he and his young compatriots wrote, recorded, pressed, and -- if you can call it that -- distributed are three of the rarest damn-good '70s jazz albums you could ever hope to come across. That's a subtle, but important distinction. There are many rare jazz albums in every imaginable subgenre -- funk, free, fusion, but Hewitt's three albums were so damn-good that neither micro presses nor forty years of silence could suppress their reemergence. We at Now-Again decided against compiling a best of anthology out of respect for Hewitt's monstrous achievements and because, well, these albums are so damn good. Thus, we offer you this series of reissues designed to be as close to the original pressings as possible down to their hand-painted covers. First in the series, Hewitt's legendary 1970 release Winter Winds, a mix of modal, latin-tinged, and ethereal vocal jazz."

KEN CAMDEN cd Space Mirror on kranky $13.99
lp also available $14.99
Ken Camden (IMPLODES) travels to space while still grounded on terra firma. His vessel of choice is a guitar & some effects with which he journeys on fantastical expeditions & surveys the biggest territory of all, the one between your ears. The album forms a gravity-free environment in which the listener is suspended, enhancing an aural excursion to the outer reaches of the musical Kosmos.

Loop double lp Fade Out on Reactor $29.99
Sophomore album from late-'80s British primal psych band, available again on its original 2LP format. Loosely influenced by bands such as the Velvet Underground, the Stooges & the MC5, but retained an avant-garde & experimental edge from the likes of Can, Faust, Neu!, Rhys Chatham, Glenn Branca & minimalist systems music. Ltd to 3,000 w/ download

Mount Eerie lp Live In Bloomington sept 3rd on Crossroads $18.99
has a slightly bent corner
This live recording documents the unique touring lineup of the band just prior the the release of Clear Moon. Featuring , one-of-a-kind live versions of songs from Clear Moon, Wind's Poem, It Was Hot We Stayed In The Water, No Flashlight, & 11 Old Songs of Mount Eerie.

Stave lp Reform on Flingco Sound $23.99
we will have this in stock for the release date - i love it, you need it
08/06 STREET DATE. LIMITED EDITION VINYL ONLY RELEASE OF 200 QTY. "Reform" is Sthyes ftiersmt work by Stave (Jonathan Krohn). The album is an exercise in precision & spacialization, with isolated electronics & icy beats producing a grisaille of vaporized metals. Tracks move from disembodied murk & blunted pulses to sustained forcefulness. Touch points include techno, ambient & industrial predecessors, all bent gravitationally towards a dark, cold & unsettling soundworld.

Dumb Numbers cd S/ T on Joyful Noise $14.99
With his debut album, Australian songwriter Adam Harding has teamed up with Lou Barlow (SEBADOH), Dale Crover (MELVINS), Murph (DINOSAUR JR.), Bobb Bruno (BEST COAST) CR Matheny (EMPEROR X). In just 36 minutes the album manages to move from feedback-drenched pop to Melvins-leaning rock to monastery doom metal, to sentimental piano pieces, to balls-out guitar shredding

Explosions in the Sky & David Wingo cd Prince Avalanche OST on Temp Res $14.99
Major film score for new David Gordon Green movie stars Paul Rudd & Emile Hirsch.

Medicine cd To The Happy Few on Captured Tracks $14.99
18 years after they called it quits, the original members reunite & proudly offer a newly recorded LP. An exuberant, belligerently pounding carnival of sound & harmony. A joyful acceptance of something that simply works. Noise for beauty's sake. You know, MEDICINE.

Minks cd Tides End on Captured Tracks $14.99
It's a pop record, w/ all the hooks & harmonies you'd expect from that, delivered w/ experience, depth & hope.

Pop. 1280 cd Imps of Perversion on Sacred Bones $14.99
Forms a tight web of manic synth-punk, bad-trip acid jams & bludgeoning industrial beats.

VA: Five Days Married & Other Laments: Song and Dance from Northern Greece 1928-1958 CD $14.99
Featuring sublime and unhinged music rarely heard outside of Northern Greece and Southern Albania, the performances presented in this collection span the range of plaintive, ancient dirges to hypnotic, droning dance pieces. The style, repertoire, and songs from this isolated region are unearthly in their euphonic appeal. Most of the music on this CD has not been issued since they were originally pressed on 78 rpm disc. A deep set of notes in a 12-page booklet is accompanied by comprehensive lyrical translations as well as original artwork by R. Crumb. This CD version includes as bonus tracks all four sides recorded in 1933 by the mysterious and archaic M. Harisis Epirotic Group. Respectfully crafted by Christopher King and Susan Archie for Angry Mom Records. Original artwork by Robert Crumb.

ESPLENDOR GEOMETRICO: EG-1 LP $19.99
After their first single, Necrosis en la poya (1981), Spanish industrial band Esplendor Geométrico released their first cassette that same year: EG-1. A cult band and pioneers of industrial music, they were one of the first cases of true independence in the history of Spanish music -- not only financially and organizationally, but also in terms of creative independence. These first works were self-produced and distributed by the band themselves, before the appearance of Spanish independent record labels in the early '80s. The first edition of EG-1 (300 copies only) quickly sold out in the international underground circuit of cassette labels that was emerging during those years. It was reissued on the same format by different labels such as Datenverarbeitung (Germany, 1982), Ortega y Cassette (Barcelona, 1985), EGK (Madrid, 1987), and Línea Alternativa (Madrid, 1989), and later on there would be two CD editions. Without a doubt, EG-1 is one of the fundamental works by Esplendor Geométrico, where they started to develop their unique style of industrial music which would be such a great influence on other artists afterwards. Tracks like "Muerte a escala industrial," "Destrozaron sus ovaries," and "Neuridrina" are regarded by their fans as some of the best recorded by the band. On this vinyl edition (limited to 700 copies), the music has been remastered from the original tapes for the first time, achieving the best sound possible.

FENNESZ: 17.02.12 2LP $39.99
Gatefold double LP version on 180 gram vinyl. Christian Fennesz is an Austrian electronic musician active since the late '90s and influenced by artists like Fripp and Eno and guitar-synth pioneer, Chuck Hammer. Fennesz uses guitar and laptops to created "multilayered compositions that blend melody and conventional musical instruments with harsh, irregular glitch-influenced sounds and washes of white noise." Over the years, Fennesz has played and collaborated with a number of artists, including Mike Patton, Jim O'Rourke, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Keith Rowe, Peter Rehberg, Mark Linkous (Sparklehorse), and David Sylvian. In 2012 Fennesz also wrote the original soundtrack to the independent Austrian film, Aun, directed by Edgar Honetschl√§ger, and based on the writings of Claude Levi-Strauss. On this double LP Fennesz can be heard performing in front of a live audience at the beautiful Marino Marini Museum (located in a medieval church) in Florence, Italy in February of 2012, backed by the images of the 1927 silent film by German filmmaker Walter Ruttmann Berlin called Die Sinfonie der Gro√Ystadt (Symphony of a Great City).

NATH FAMILY: Sounds of the Indian Snake Charmer Vol. Two LP $21.99
"Second volume of Aaron Dilloway's recordings of the Nath family of snake charmers of Haryana, India recorded in Kathmandu in 2005. This second volumes recordings are a bit more raw, originating from video and cassette recordings as opposed to the first volume's hi-fi digital recordings (don't worry...they sound JUST as disorienting!) and containing a duo track as well as the full 4 piece. Originally released as a cassette in 2005, now on vinyl in an edition of 600 copies. Housed in a silkscreened jacket w/ the usual Hanson Droll flaps."

DIE GESUNDEN: Die Gesunden LP $19.99
"Die Gesunden (translated to 'the healthy ones') was mostly the duo of Mabel Aschenneller and Eschi Rehm (who sadly passed away on November 12, 2008). They were also joined on drums by Thomas Wydler (who later became known for his membership in Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds). Taking influences from Kraftwerk, Roxy Music, and Eno/Bowie (who were coincidentally recording Low in Berlin at this time), Die Gesunden was one of the first Neue Deutsche Welle outfits. The self-titled LP was released in 1982 on Innovative Communication which was the independent record label formed by Klaus Schulze in 1978 after Klaus became very interested in the earliest Berlin Neue Deutsche Welle bands (such as Ideal, etc). Mabel was very involved in the Berlin scene such as promoting local gigs for the early Einst√ľrzende Neubauten in 1981 and shows at the Exxcess club (with shows by the Cure amongst other bands in their infancy) which also inspired the birth of Die Gesunden. Die Gesunden did fairly well around Germany with one of the highlights being a tour in 1981 supporting DAF (Deutsche Amerikanische Freundschaft). The LP is a diverse collection of songs that display a jagged electronic quality showcased throughout with hints of power electronics mixed with synth pop. The opener 'Die Gesunden Kommen' is an upbeat track with bouncing synth leads atop treated percussion with whispered lyrics. The second track 'Leutnant Miller' displays some of the aforementioned power electronics harshness with pleasant electronic melodies and commanding vocals. 'Sometimes/Manchmal' is a slow and minimal track with emotional vocals and mutated synth parts with monotonous tones that are quite entrancing. Overall, the record is a very diverse listen and will surely appeal to fans of early Neue Deutsche Welle (early Der Plan) as well as proto-industrial and experimental new wave. At the same time, it is definitely one of a kind and has no record that it can be directly compared. Contains bonus track of cover of 'Waiting For My Man'. This reissue is presented on high-quality 180 gram opaque 'baby pink' vinyl. Features slight alteration and reinterpretation of the original front cover and redesigned back cover. Limited edition."

BODY 11: Youth LP $19.99
"Body 11 is/was the one-man project of Tim Stickelbrucks. Inspired by the late '70s/early '80s icons such as OMD, Human League, and Cabaret Voltaire, Tim wrote and recorded four songs in 1987 in his apartment and self-released the Mind 7" EP in 1988. Rather obscure at the time, the 7" gained cult status later in the 90s when collectors and word of mouth fans began seeking out copies of the record. Soon thereafter, the cost of obtaining an original skyrocketed on the collector's market. Medical Records is proud to reissue the Mind EP: four songs along with unreleased recordings created at the same time. The unreleased tracks were songs that were distributed only on cassette (to friends, etc) at the time. The tracks have been transferred from cassette and have been remastered by Jacob Jacobsen for this reissue. The LP embodies the essence of the EBM (electronic body music) subgenre that was prevalent in the late '80s. Though retaining a DIY/demo feel, the tracks have a warm synth/beat laced mood that will surprise and delight fans of this era who are not knowledgeable of Body 11. The opener 'Wasteland' definitely evokes a rougher/distorted vocal style over a sequenced Front 242 style rhythm with treated guitar highlights. 'Attack' is a dance floor cutter with industrial percussion and carefully accented synth leads and samples. The more hypnotic (but no less catchy) 'Hearts' is a slightly more emotional vocal style over popping synths and drum machine rhythms. The unreleased tracks seems to interface with the Mind EP songs seamlessly. Fans of early Nitzer Ebb, Front 242, late '80s industrial (Wax Trax, Nettwerk) and even early Skinny Puppy will find this collection essential. This is long overdue for reissue and presentation to the world. This reissue/collection is presented on high-quality 180 gram 'milky clear' vinyl. The jacket art was envisioned by Tim Stickelbrucks with inspiration from the original Mind EP front cover art. Features bonus insert with liner notes by Kurt B. Reighley. Limited edition."

BAND, RICHARD: Re-Animator Original Motion Picture Soundtrack LP $29.99
"Re-Animator is a 1985 American science fiction horror film based on the H.P. Lovecraft story 'Herbery West -- Re-Animator.' Directed by Stuart Gordon, it was the first film in the Re-Animator series. The film has since become a cult classic, driven by fans of Jeffrey Combs (who stars as Herbert West) and H.P. Lovecraft, extreme gore, and the combination of horror and comedy. Roger Ebert: 'I walked out somewhat surprised and reinvigorated (if not re-animated) by a movie that had the audience emitting taxi whistles and wild goat cries.' Richard Howard Band is a composer of film music. He has scored more than 70 films, including From Beyond, which won the award for Best Original Soundtrack at the Catalonian International Film Festival in Sitges, Spain. His score for Re-Animator was lauded by the magazine Music from the Movies, which said, 'Band's music is dark and direct, creating an intense and eerie atmosphere, but always with a humorous touch... Surely, Richard Band is one of the most underrated composers in the film business.' Recorded in Italy in 1985, the Re-Animator score is performed by the Rome Philharmonic Orchestra. Layers of synth driven beats and eerie tonal figures layered by Richard Band make this score a classic within the horror genre, immediately recognizable amongst fans, and pays tribute to composer Bernard Herman (Psycho, Taxi Driver, Citizen Kane, Cape Fear). Remastered for vinyl from the original master tapes. Comes on 180 gram vinyl. Includes liner notes by director Stuart Gordon and Richard Band, and an 18x24" poster."

Franklin, Adam & Bolts Of Melody lp Black Horses on Goodnight $16.99
VINYL VERSION.

Franklin, Adam & Bolts Of Melody cd Black Horses on Goodnight $13.99
Since Swervedriver's hiatus in the late 90s, Franklin released 3 albums under his own name. Black Horses is his newest offering. ďFranklin's knack for melodic grandeur & aching beauty remains intact nearly two decades after Swervedriver's halcyon days.Ē - The Stranger.

NEW BOMB TURKS - Destroy Oh Boy (reissue) lp on Crypt $18.99
20th anniversary deluxe edition on VINYL ONLY of their legendary "Destroy Oh-Boy!!" album. LP comes in gatefold jacket, crammed with pics & liner notes by John Petkovic (DEATH OF SAMANTHA)

Joan of Arc cd Testimonium Songs on Polyvinyl $13.99
Collects the song cycle to be performed live in Testimonium, a work of performace by well-respected experimental theater ensemble Every House Has a Door. In a departure for the band, these highly structured compositions, developed over a two-year rehearsal period, emulate Charles Reznikoff's poetics by shaping themselves according to a mosaic method - rotating a fixed set of musical units in warping permutations

Joan of Arc lp Testimonium Songs on Polyvinyl $15.99
LP w/ download.

Mountain Goats lp All Hail West Texas on Merge $17.99
Remastered + bonus audio. 1st time on vinyl in North America! Includes download.

New Canyons lp Everyone Is Dark on BLVD $16.99
This Chicago duo goes way beyond 80s retro-throwback w/ their expertly-crafted synth & guitar creations. Brillant combinations of synthpop, shoegaze, ambient, & postpunk sounds along w/ exceptionally dramatic vocal delivery harken to early Depche Mode & Yaz

TAJ MAHAL TRAVELLERS: July 15, 1972 CD $17.99
Takehisa Kosugi was a hippie who become an avant-garde composer. Born in Tokyo in 1938, he graduated in 1962 at the Tokyo University of Arts, and then founded the Japanese equivalent of the Fluxus movement, called Group Ongaku, a group devoted to improvisation and multi-media performances. In 1969 he formed the Taj Mahal Travellers, a psychedelic rock group that played lengthy improvised jams that can be summarized in three principles: a far Eastern approach to music as a living organism, an intense electronic processing of instruments and voices, and a semi-mathematical overlapping of frequencies. Basically: La Monte Young on acid. Kosugi mainly played violin. He was on the road with this group between 1971 and 1972, traveling in a Volkswagen minibus from Holland to the Taj Mahal itself. Two albums were made out of that experience: one of them this release, July 15, 1972. Unavailable on CD for a considerable time, this important album now enjoys a timely reissue on Bamboo. Includes an English translation of the original Japanese LP insert. Digitally remastered.

RANK/XEROX: Rank/Xerox CD $13.99
Data-data-data-data goes the nagging needled guitar. This starts a 26-minute high velocity dystopian call to arms. 1978 shot through the 21st century canon (hello Savages). Tanted, chanted U.S. post-punk rock boy trio with a too-smart, too-cute, small "p"-pop sensibility with one of those mysterious classic cover artworks that, so alluringly simple, it acts as a portal into a whole other dimension. Wire(y), early Liars(y), with a dash of the Scritti trio that combine to make their very own highly potent cocktail of the now. If this doesn't have you jumping round the room, then you are already dead, daddio.

VAINIO, MIKA: Kilo CD $17.99
Finnish experimental electronic musician Mika Vainio's first solo album for Blast First sees him return to his classic power electronics/heavy beats approach that made Pan Sonic garner a worldwide reputation. The album developed from Vainio's recent live sets to make 10 tersely-titled tracks inspired by the shipping container industry. Four stars in Mojo: "heavy-freight," The Quietus describes it as "fearsome."

WATSON, CHRIS: In St Cuthbert's Time: The Sounds of Lindisfarne and the Gospels CD $15.99
To celebrate the exhibition of the Lindisfarne Gospels at Durham Cathedral from July to September 2013, award-winning wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson has researched the sonic environment of the holy island as it might have been experienced by St. Cuthbert in 700 A.D. Throughout human history, artists have been influenced by their surroundings and the sounds of the landscape they inhabit. When Eadfrith, the Bishop of Lindisfarne, was writing and illustrating the Lindisfarne Gospels on that island during the late seventh century and early eighth century, he would have been immersed in the sounds of the holy island while he created this remarkable work. This production aims to reflect upon the daily and seasonal aspects of the evolving variety of ambient sounds that accompanied life and work during that period of exceptional thought and creativity. Cuthbert was an Anglo Saxon monk, bishop and hermit who became prior of Lindisfarne in c. 665. In later life Cuthbert felt called to be a hermit and moved to the nearby island of Inner Farne to begin fighting the spiritual forces of evil in solitude. Cuthbert became associated with the birds and other animals on the island and gave special protection to the Eider duck which is still known locally as Cuddy's duck. Photography: Maggie Watson; Design: Jon Wozencroft; Sound mastering by Denis Blackham, Skye. Texts by Chris Watson, Dr. David Petts, Lecturer in Archaeology/Associate Director of the Institute of Mediæval and Renaissance Studies Dept. of Archaeology , Durham University, and Dr. Fiona Gameson, St. Cuthbert's Society, Durham. Includes a 24-page booklet with texts and photos.

GRECO, JULIETTE: A l'A.B.C. LP $25.99
"By the time this album was recorded in 1962 at the A.B.C. club in Paris, French chanteuse, Juliette Greco was well on her way to becoming a household name in France. However, Greco embodied a new kind of singer -- not only young and beautiful, but also intellectual and bohemian. She was a good friend of the great existentialist writer Jean-Paul Sarte, and famously had a torrid love affair with Miles Davis (when the 23-year-old trumpet player first visited Paris in 1949). Every French boy wanted to marry her and every French girl wanted to be her. She embodied freedom, revolution, sex, and eventually became a cultural icon for the 68ers in France. Like Gainsbourg, she sang about the world she knew -- a world inhabited by drunks, pimps, and prostitutes, broken dreams and lost innocence, where tragedy is always lurking just below the surface." Comes on 180 gram vinyl.

GOLD LEAVES/LEE HAZLEWOOD: Won't You Tell Your Dreams 7" on Light In The Attic $7.99
"In 2011, Seattle band Gold Leaves released one of our favorite albums of the year. The Ornament is their debut long player and was released by Hardly Art/Sub Pop. We've been obsessing over their sound ever since and are honored to have the band contributing a track for our 10 year anniversary 45 singles series. For the series, Gold Leaves record a hazy take on Lee Hazlewood's 'Won't You Tell Your Dreams.' Found on the flip side is Hazlewood's version, which was originally included on his solo album Requiem for an Almost Lady, released in 1971 on his label LHI." On grey-colored vinyl.

HONEY LTD.: The Complete LHI Recordings CD on Light In The Attic $17.99
"Lee Hazlewood's LHI label only put out interesting albums. Yet despite the psychedelic cowboy's success with Nancy Sinatra and more, being on Lee Hazlewood Industries was no fast-track to success. Gorgeous and talented Detroit, Michigan girl group Honey Ltd. had all the makings of a hit band, yet they disappeared after releasing just one album in 1968, a vinyl rarity that now regularly fetches upwards of $2,000. Honey Ltd's The Complete LHI Recordings presents everything the group ever recorded. Fans of The Ronettes, The Shangri-Las, and Pentangle are in for a treat -- Honey Ltd's music blended social commentary with harmony-drenched, psych-soul pop. Even opening track, 'Warrior,' describes the mood of the times, as America sunk into the Vietnam War: 'We must kill more people; strong men are what we need!' First time ever reissued. Includes comprehensive liner notes by Jessica Hundley interviewing all four band members and unseen photos. Remastered from the original tapes."

HONEY LTD.: The Complete LHI Recordings LP on Light In The Attic $23.99
LP version. First time ever reissued, remastered from the original tapes. 180 gram vinyl housed in gatefold tip-on jacket, includes fold-out poster.

OFF!: Live at 9:30 Club LP $24.99
"Have we got a hot one for you! OFF!, captured live at the 9:30 Club, professionally recorded by Justin Pizzoferrato (Dinosaur Jr) and mixed by Justin and OFF!'s own Dimitri Coats. Featuring original artwork by Raymond Pettibon, and pressed on 4 different colors (red, white, blue, & yellow) there are just 1000 copies of this LP."

ROCKETNUMBERNINE AND FOUR TET: Roseland/Metropolis 12" $13.99
Limited repress; Four Tet with brothers Ben and Tom Page of RocketNumberNine.

WIRE, THE: #354 August 2013 MAG/CD $9.99
"Includes The Wire Tapper 32, the latest in our ongoing series of exclusive new music compilations. Free with all copies of the August issue. On the cover: Rob Mazurek (The Chicago Underground musician and visual artist spins cosmic connections between free jazz, science fiction and the music of Brazil). Features: Meredith Monk (After 40 years blurring the boundaries of music, dance and theatre, the New York composer's primordial voice music still speaks volumes); Else Marie Pade (Anne Hilde Neset hears the extraordinary life story of Denmark's first electronic composer, finally enjoying success at the age of 89); Invisible Jukebox: Jussi Lehtisalo (The Circle frontman and Ektro boss rounds on The Wire's mystery record selection); Cross Platform: Emma Hart (Clive Bell meets the artist who installations revel in the mess of everyday life and mundane work); Global Ear: Instanbul; Epiphanies (When Asmus Tietchens's hopes of playing guitar life The Shadows were dashed, he turned to tape music)."

Ariel Pink & Jorge Elbrecht 7" on Mexican Summer $8.99
no real friends
"Hang On to Life" is heavy on heartbreak & high on melodrama, w/ ELBRECHT's gentle tenor proving a perfect complement to PINK's raspier croon. "No Real Friend" plays out in total soft-focus, taking cues from sugary J-Pop, lite rock balladry & televisual muzak.

Bitchin Bajas lp Bitchitronics on Drag City $18.99
VINYL VERSION. 4 tracks. Here, the Bajas (Chicago trio sharing a member of CAVE) use tape techniques to create & then solve problems - but mainly, loops & edits were there to make things fun & the music great in the style of experimental tape pioneers upon whose shoulders the Bajas play. Mission bitchin' accomplished!

Japanther lp Eat Like Lisa Act Like Bart on Recess $15.99
Known for their unconventional lile performances, the 2-piece music & art project has appeared alongside synchronized swimmers, atop the Williamsburg Bridge, w/ giant puppets & marionettes, & in the back of a moving truck in Soho. Buzzing guitars & drivings punk beats

King, Cast lp Saw Mill Man on Mississippi/Canary $16.99
His songs sound as if they have been here since the beginning of time. Some might say he sounds like the working man's Johnny Cash. For fans of Hank Williams & Townes Van Zandt. Unique & soulful home recordings not to be missed. CD-version still available on Locust. ONE-TIME VINYL PRESSING

DEVO lp Hardcore Vol 1 on Superior Viaduct $22.99
1st-time vinyl issue in US of archival material from the mid '70s

DEVO double lp Hardcore Vol 2 on Superior Viaduct $29.99
1st-time vinyl issue of archival material from the mid '70s

Tortoise lp Millions Now Living on Thrill Jockey $19.99
LP reissue of landmark 2nd album from 1996. Includes download

PANABRITE: Sub-Aquatic Meditation LP $25.99
Panabrite is the solo project of Seattle-based Norman Chambers, utilizing analog synthesis, vintage drum machines, various effects and occasional guitar. Inspired by science fiction, new age music, soundtracks and library production music, nature/science documentaries, and vintage electronic sounds. His first LP release Sub Aquatic Meditation is an exciting record replete with underwater tunes. The outer space & the deep blue sea collide into two sides of spellbinding adventures reminiscent of the early work of Oneohtrix Point Never, J√ľrgen M√ľller and Dolphins Into The Future. Panabrite works in the hazy, analog synth-laden zone between kosmische drift and new age waft. He launches beatless symphonies of fibrillating, smeared whorls and drones that make you feel like the star of a weird nature documentary or a sci-fi blockbuster from 1977. Chambers excels at evoking both the intimate and the epic with his scrupulously wrought arpeggios and ostinatos. Norm also runs the fantastic Lunar Atrium blog and has previously released tapes and CD-Rs on Digitalis, Hobo Cult Records, Cylindrical Habitat Modules and Gift Tapes.

LUSTMORD: The Word as Power 2LP $32.99
Gatefold double LP version. Lustmord first emerged as an associate of SPK in the early '80s, before embarking on a solo career that has yielded such classics as Heresy (1990), The Place Where the Black Stars Hang (1994) and (with Robert Rich) Stalker (1995). Lustmord has also contributed to numerous Hollywood films as music and sound designer, and collaborated with the likes of Clock DVA, Chris & Cosey, Geir Jenssen, The Melvins, Tool, Aaron Turner, Monte Cazazza, and Coil's Jhon Balance. Sometimes described as "dark ambient," his work simply goes deeper and further than conventional ambient dares to. Half a decade in the making, The Word as Power is his new studio album and an exploration of ritual music without dogma. For the first time in his 33-year career, Lustmord places vocals at the center of his abyssal ambient creations, coaxing incantatory performances out of Aina Skinnes Olsen, Jarboe (ex-Swans), Maynard James Keenan (Tool), and Soriah. Sonically, The Word as Power is even more detailed, expansive and consuming than Lustmord's followers have come to expect, with voices, electronics, immense sub-bass, field recordings, and other acoustic phenomena harnessed and arranged to stimulate feelings of dread and desolation, certainly, but also escape, renewal and rebirth.

RAMESSES: Misanthropic Alchemy 2CD $22.99
Ritual Productions celebrate the legacy of Ramesses in UK metal history with a mammoth retrospective collection reissue of Ramesses' debut LP Misanthropic Alchemy (recorded and mixed by Billy Anderson -- Melvins, Sleep, Neurosis) now available on double CD complete with previously-unreleased live material, plus their early EPs We Will Lead You to Glorious Times, The Tomb, and The Glorious Dead -- previously only available on vinyl. Deluxe gatefold digipak packaging.

GOLDSTON, LORI: Film Scores LP $16.99
LP version. Lori Goldston is an American cellist. She was the touring cellist for Nirvana from 1993-1994 and appears on their live album MTV Unplugged in New York. She is a member of Earth, the Black Cat Orchestra, and Spectratone International. Classically-trained and rigorously de-trained, possessor of a restless, semi-feral spirit, Lori Goldston is a cellist, composer, improviser, producer, writer and teacher based in Seattle. Her voice as a cellist, amplified or acoustic is full, textured, committed and original. A perpetual inquirer, she wanders recklessly across borders that separate genre, discipline, time and geography, performing in clubs, cafes, galleries, arenas, concert halls, sheds, ceremonies, barbecues, and sanctuaries. The featured works are film scores for: Carl Theodor Dreyer's The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928), Yasujiro Ozu's Passing Fancy (1933), Linas Phillips' Bass Ackwards (2010), Britta Johnson's Crashing Waves (2010), and Vanessa Renwick's Charismatic Megafauna (2011) and Mighty Tacoma (2011). Featuring appearances by Dylan Carlson (Earth) and Tara Jane O'Neil (King Cobra, Retsin).

ZOOS OF BERLIN: Lucifer in the Rain LP $19.99
Zoos Of Berlin's sophomore album Lucifer in the Rain is an exquisite work of slanted pop and cosmopolitan art-rock. Endlessly rewarding, with meticulously-arranged instrumentation and lysergic narratives, the Detroit-based outfit's latest album fully realizes their vision of boundless 21st century pop. Full of twists and turns, it's easy to be swept from one section of the song to the next without knowing where they begin and end, distilling elements of glam, jazz, post-punk, bossanova, motorik grooves, electronic ambience, and anything else that will fit; into something wholly unique, referencing both the past and future reminiscent of Low-era Bowie or Roxy Music getting in a room with Broadcast and Tom Zé. Produced in Nashville by Collin Dupuis, who has engineered for Black Keys, Carl Craig, Dr. John, and Tomahawk. He is also the band's drummer.

RUSSELL, ARTHUR: World of Echo CD $17.99
"Audika Records quietly celebrates it's ten year anniversary with a revised artwork edition of Arthur Russell's seminal classic, World Of Echo on CD in an edition of 500. The packaging is loosely based on the original LP cover art from 1986 now housed in a tri-fold digipak with a rare image of Arthur (and same liner notes + music as previous edition). 18 tracks are featured including drumless versions of his Disco classics 'Let's Go Swimming', 'Tree House' and 'Wax The Van' along with four previously unreleased tracks from Sketches From World Of Echo. Originally released on LP in 1986, World Of Echo is a deeply intimate and meditative work of awe-inspiring grace and remains a timeless work of sublime beauty. Arthur's aim was to achieve what he calls 'the most vivid rhythmic reality', with just cello, voice, and echoes. Arthur achieved all of this and more on one of the most amazing albums you will ever hear."

CLAY RENDERING: Vengeance Candle LP $17.99
"Clay Rendering is a new band born of Aries couple Mike (Wolf Eyes, Hair Police, Failing Lights) and Tara Connelly (the Haunting and The Pool at Metz). The two began work on the project in the fall of 2012, dedicated to resurrection, (much like their sun signs) with a focus on arcane structures. Droning and melancholic guitars are propelled by the skeletal remains of industrial music. Low light vocals weave in and out of the stark atmosphere. Electronics mix with acoustics, vocals and guitar to create songs inspired by last days. Mastered by Russell Haswell. Edition of 500."

XENAKIS, IANNIS: GRM Works 1957-1962 LP $24.99


VOYAGER 7" Victory in the Battle Chamber on Bellyache $5.99
new sounds in the vein of 80s horror flicks and goblin soundtracks!

BETTY COOPER - Guts lp on Bellyache $12.99
girl rock fromm detroit!!

NICE HOOVES lp S/T on Bellyache $12.99
includes cd and download code - recorded with one of the members of CONVERGE

High Wolf lp Kairos: Chronos on Not Not Fun $18.99
Latest album from French psych/drone guitarist

Devo double cd Hardcore on Superior Viaduct $24.99
Mid-'70s demos from pioneering new wave band. 2CD includes four previously unreleased tracks

Lynch, David cd Big Dream on Sacred Bones $14.99
Describing his style of music as "modern blues," LYNCH says, "most of the songs start out as a type of blues jam & then we go sideways from there. Whatcomes out is a hybrid, modernized form of low-down blues"

Lynch, David double lp plus 7" Big Dream on Sacred Bones $32.99
2LP + 7".

Woods 7" Be All, Be Easy on Woodsist $6.99
Alternate recording of a track that originally appeared on Sun & Shade, backed by a cover of "God's Children" by the Kinks

SUTEKH HEXEN WITH ANDREW LILES: Breed in Me the Darkness CD $17.99
A breathtaking collision of noise, black metal and post-industrial magnificence. Two immense tracks from Sutekh Hexen and two epic re-imaginings from Andrew Liles (collaborator with Nurse With Wound, Current 93 and more). Breed in Me the Darkness stands as the aural/visual apex to an era for Sutekh Hexen. The two central tracks, as dense and intricate as any of the band's previous output, were turned over to Andrew Liles to complete the vision of what these recordings meant. The incredible re-visioning of Liles takes the release to uncharted and undreamed-of dimensions. Twinned with the photography of A.E. Csaky, with design by Kevin Gan Yuen (guitars/electronics), Breed in Me the Darkness is one of the most astonishing and powerful releases on Aurora Borealis. Sutekh Hexen hail from San Francisco, USA, and have been demolishing musical boundaries in extreme music, unlearning the traditions of black metal, since 2010. They have previous releases on Handmade Birds, Magic Bullet and Holy Terror. UK-based Andrew Liles is a sonic genius and a hugely prolific artist with numerous solo releases as well as works with The Hafler Trio, Faust, Nurse With Wound, and Current 93, amongst others.

RANK/XEROX: Rank/Xerox LP $18.99
LP version. Data-data-data-data goes the nagging needled guitar. This starts a 26-minute high velocity dystopian call to arms. 1978 shot through the 21st century canon (hello Savages). Tanted, chanted U.S. post-punk rock boy trio with a too-smart, too-cute, small "p"-pop sensibility with one of those mysterious classic cover artworks that, so alluringly simple, it acts as a portal into a whole other dimension. Wire(y), early Liars(y), with a dash of the Scritti trio that combine to make their very own highly potent cocktail of the now. If this doesn't have you jumping round the room, then you are already dead, daddio.

A: Beat At Cinecitt√ Volume 1 CD $16.99
Limited restock; originally released in 1996. Fab first volume of Crippled Dick's cool series documenting lost funky and groovy tracks from Italian films of the late '60s and early '70s. Put together with the same great sound and style as the Easy Tempo series of comps, this one's got a batch of tracks that are a bit wilder, and which have a bit more of a wild sound, in the Crippled Dick style. Plus, the whole thing's got loads of notes, in English, and lots of cool photos and reproductions of the posters from these crazy films. Cool cool stuff by composers like Riz Ortolani, Bruno Nicolai, Piero Piccioni, and Roberto Pregadio -- and with the kind of wild sound you'd expect from films like these! Erotica, Exotica, Psychotica!

PANTALEIMON: The Butterfly Ate the Pearl CD $17.99
The Butterfly Ate the Pearl is the follow-up to 2008's remix and collaboration collection Heart of the Sun and features nine new tracks. Co-produced with Hugo Race, this album from Pantaleimon is another great collection of hypnotic, magical, and understated songs that Andria Degens has become known for, but with The Butterfly Ate the Pearl there is a more psychedelic feel and a real progression of sound and it is without doubt the most accomplished release to date. The multi-talented Degens not only provides vocals, but plays a diverse range of instruments and effects including distorted and delayed dulcimers, guitar, keyboard, Indian harmonium, bass, samples, loops, pedal board, FX, vibra, bells, tambourine, and sansula. She also brings together an array of eclectic musicians to elevate the dream -- Will Oldham (Bonnie "Prince" Billy), James Blackshaw, Otto Hauser (Vetiver), Jay Darlington (Oasis, Kula Shaker), and Steve Finnerty (Alabama 3), to name a few. The result is a cinematic soundscape, a journey through terrains both familiar and unknown, with her gorgeous and heartbreaking voice leading the way, sounding like nothing else around.

CORSANO, CHRIS: Cut CD $10.99 "This all-acoustic solo outing -- no electronics or overdubs -- more or less develops what started on Corsano's 2006 recording, The Young Cricketer: one drum set augmented by various re-purposed metal objects, modified reed instruments, and bowed strings stretched across drums. 43 minutes."

COLEY, BYRON: Dating Tips for Touring Bands LP $15.99
"First full-length spoken word LP by music writer, jazz editor, underground columnist, author, poet, record label mogul, and footnote pioneer Byron Coley. Segments of underground cultural history done in verse constitute the A-side, with subjects both heroic and villainous. The flip consists of an abridged chapter from Coley's upcoming novel, Dominoes. Silk-screened cover with artwork by Savage Pencil."

CHERRY, DON lp Relativity Suite on KLIMT $25.99
"Finally available again on vinyl! Don Cherry's Relativity Suite, recorded with the Jazz Composer's Orchestra in 1973. At this time, Cherry was becoming increasingly interested in Middle Eastern and traditional African and Indian music, having traveled extensively and studied with Indian musician Vasant Rai. This suite of songs was particularly influenced by the Indian karnatic singing tradition, as can be heard from the very opening moments of the album. Featuring Carla Bley on piano, Charlie Haden on bass, and Ed Blackwell on drums, as well as an extended horn and string section, Cherry collaborated extensively with the Jazz Composers Orchestra throughout the early seventies. His Swedish wife, Moki Cherry, plays tambura on 'Trans-Love Airways.'"

ROB JO STAR BAND: Rob Jo Star Band LP + 7" $22.99
LP version. Comes with a 7" featuring two unreleased tracks. Official reissue of one of the weirdest records ever released in France in the early '70s. Stoned psychedelia. Garage punk under the influence of acid. Fantastic sci-fi spaced-out psych with astonishing lysergic fuzz distortions, drenched with crazy electronic noise effects. Though French underground rock in the early 1970s French underground certainly things to offer (mostly headaches and yawns) it was quite unexpected to stumble across a truly good album coming out of that scene. As often with those discoveries, one must thank the bootleg Cosa Nostra for this return from the grave. Beside a few collectors, Rob Jo Star Band managed to stay under the radar all these years. It all started in late 1972, in the Montpellier area in the south of France. Michel-Robert Sahuc aka Mick (bass) and Robert Castello aka Chris (guitar) had been friends since 1970, and after a couple of years in a non-formal band, they decided to move on one step further with new accomplices. In January 1973, they met Alain Poblador aka Penny. He was from Avignon, had been playing electric guitar for 12 years and had spent the '60s in local bands. None ever made a record. With Roger Vidal aka Cedric from Perpignan on drums, the original line-up of the RJSB was soon in place. After doing covers to get their act together, Penny and Mick, with occasional help from Chris, started writing original material in May 1973. Glam rock was happening and Bowie, Lou Reed, and The Velvet Underground were RJSB's muses. "Our musical philosophy was to go back to the roots of psychedelic rock, both soft and trash, simple yet with experimental leanings, finding inspiration in contemporary music, with intellectually-oriented lyrics." They chose to sing in English, but "in a very French way, as we were not trying to hide our French identity." In July 1973, they met Serge Soler aka Bryan, a sound and electronic engineer, who soon joined the quartet along with his "wave generators" (home-made prehistoric synths which were incorporated in a mix board). They now thought of themselves as something like The Velvets meets Pierre Henri, "trying to create some kind of a 'Messe pour un temps pr√©sent' for outsiders and junkies." The album came out in 1974 in a limited edition of 1,500 copies. The main influences included: Man Who Sold the World and Ziggy Stardust-era David Bowie, Roxy Music, Brian Eno, The New York Dolls, MC5 and The Stooges, Damo Suzuki, Agitation Free, Amon D√ľll II, Neu!, Hawkwind, Van Der Graaf Generator, and King Crimson. It wasn't easy for bands back then in France, even more for outsiders like RJSB. So it all came to an end. At least, they had recorded a few more songs as demos, including two in French, "La Cigale" and "Le D√©mon du rythme," that you'll find here as very special bonus tracks.

EPPLE & BOB STOHL, KAT: Sanctus Spiritus LP $22.99
Extant in Florida from 1978 until Bob's untimely passing in 1989 at the age of 34, the husband/wife duo of Bob Stohl & Kat Epple were among the first to DIY blend synthesizers and acoustic instrumentation in a studio equipped with an Arp 2600, Mini Moog, EML Synkey, Roland RS202 String Ensemble, and Electro-Harmonix Vocoder (audio processor), plus a range of woodwinds -- both Kat and Bob were trained flautists, making colorful use of Bill Bernardi's innovative Lyricon I, a hybrid flute/synthesizer -- with some guitar assists here and there by friend and co-composer, Barry Cleveland. As lovers and collaborators, the couple created a rich and vivid parallel dimension of new age music borne from the '70s prog scene and probably best referred to as "space music." Throughout their unfortunately curtailed career, the couple earned a noble crust creating music and mood-pieces for planetariums and nature programs, most notably for the legendary Carl Sagan, under the Emerald Web aegis (hear more of this on Finders Keepers) while continuing to issue numerous tapes to friends and fellow musicians. Following contact with Kat Epple -- who still plays concerts at venues ranging from MoMA to Ground Zero -- Dead-Cert were made privy to Kat and Bob's private tapes circa 1980-1982, drawing for five pieces ranging from brooding deep space scapes to shimmering, gaseous sonics and impressionistic sound murals streaked with progressive traits and an alien, yet pastoral nature. Beautifully mastered by Matt Colton at Alchemy. Limited edition pressing of 700 copies only.

WIZARD PRISON: Next Cycle LP $16.99
2010 release. Wizard Prison is a Seattle-based trio comprised of Scott Colburn (producer/engineer/frequent collaborator of the Sun City Girls, decade-long member of Climax Golden Twins and audio genius for Sublime Frequencies), John Vallier (an early member of CGT) and Ben McAlister (of the Degenerate Art Ensemble). Wizard Prison's music flirts with stoner metal riffery, kosmiche electronics and field recordings, usually at the same time. An intellectual might say their sound is in a state of constant "becoming." Chiming, churning guitar/bass/drums give way to pulsating synths and pitch-shifted foreign voices chanting to open the door to an alternate dimension. Each side-long suite supposedly illustrates the details of the cracked narrative detailed on the insert, but it mostly sounds like a good excuse to get stoned. Next Cycle is vibrationally reminiscent of the Messenger Girls Trio, although Wizard Prison wear outfits that fit quite differently. To make a great record even better, we've added the exceptional talents of Baltimore comix hero Eamon Espey. His darkly humorous artwork, on the jacket and poster, provide faux conceptual holism galore. Which is really more than anyone deserves. Edition of 500 copies.

DEMDIKE STARE: Testpressing #003 12" $18.99
Demdike Stare adopt a typically schizoid stance at house and techno tempos on the third Testpressing. "Eulogy" is a square bass devotional to the soul of deep Chicago and Detroit house, most notably the magic of Mr. Fingers and Terrence Dixon. "Dyslogy" comes off like an early "Waveform Transmission" or H&M bomb spanked by Anthony Shakir; an evil, droning intro ratchets the tension for martial kicks and dark-core chords before a feral breakbeat romps loose like the spirit of '93 unchained.

WOLF EYES: No Answer : Lower Floors LP $21.99
LP version. "No Answer : Lower Floors is the record of 2013 you need to be most worried about. No Answer : Lower Floors is further flesh to the shadowy silhouette cast by this Michigan art abstraction unit, perenially poised on the cusp of a precipice. Wolf Eyes will carry on forever but always remain mysteriously unfinished. The No Answer : Lower Floors material covers all bases: tough to toughest to tangled, all done in the Wolves' least convoluted smooth style. The vocals, delays, primitive electronics, woodwinds and raw guitar of newest member Jamas Baljo create a new destroyed space to crawl through. No Answer : Lower Floors was recorded and mixed at the Michigan Underground Group's gambling/clubhouse/art space, with the usually 2D-flat quality of the drums and electronics given creeping new brightness-life within the hollow echo acoustics of the sacred space's cinder prisons. No Answer : Lower Floors shares a natural feel with previous Wolf Eyes efforts but goes much further in detailing their underworld of odd melodies and mangled harmonics. Within their system-based economic compositions, there remains zero room for wasted space. Wolf Eyes return to longtime friendbase and Interzone of outsider art De Stijl Records, with whom the band worked on No Face Lives, their collaboration with Smegma, and the loner blues cerebration unit Stare Case's Lose Today. No Answer : Lower Floors features former members Aaron Dilloway and Mike Connelly, and thus is a family homecoming of sorts. More important, it's the dawn of a new Wolf Eyes era."

YOUNG, NATE: Regressions ''Blinding Confusion'' LP $19.99
"Over the past few years, iconic noise artist Nate Young has been carefully crafting his own signature solo sound, as evidenced through his progressive recordings and performances with American experimental music staples such as Wolf Eyes, Stare Case, Demons, and Moon Pool & Dead Band. Regression 'Blinding Confusion' enters a new era, retaining the techniques and studies from his previous work and raising them to new levels. Intense compositional building and structure seep through each track, traversing new ground melodically while still upholding Nate's patented over-bearing weight of dread and slow-burning darkness at all the right moments. Deep, percussive brutality and pulsing neurosis mesh with somber burial hymns, held together by Young's technical prowess and mastery of his chosen gear. Each frequency is given its own unique role and characteristic voice, deeply chilled by the arid space of decay via tape manipulation/disintegration, howling its way through the grooves of the record like a cold wind of dead space that billows throughout, unrelenting. Atonal, morphing, and modulating bass lines pulse and plod their way through, like the unseen presence of the undead ascending a creaking stairway, leading upwards toward a nebulous void. This establishes a truly horrific atmosphere while honoring primitive technology, refined with a thick dose of originality." Includes digital download code.

SAI, YOSHIKO: Mikko CD $17.99
Truly a Japanese psychedelic female acid-folk masterpiece. Released on July 25th, 1976, Mikk√ī was Sai Yoshiko's second album, a wonderful acid-folk album on which she gets assisted by a string of big name musicians such as Kuni Kawauchi (of the Happenings Four, amongst others) to arrange the songs. Mikk√ī features Sai's original songs, making it her first real complete album. At times the disc draws in Middle Eastern influences (sitar and tabla), but once she gets to singing, the listener is lulled into her own private, mysterious sonic world, through which one gets sucked in by her wide-ranging vocalizations. At the time of this recording, Sai Yoshiko was merely 23 years-old. Totally obscure, much in-demand by Japanese psych heads, and rather hard to track down. One of Sai Yoshiko's biggest fans is Jojo Hiroshige from Hijokaidan and Alchemy Records, who eventually, 25 years after she recorded this stunning album, dove in the studio with her for the Crimson Voyage CD on which she merely attributed some sighs and moans. This album is really a stunner and a must for people into some more advanced Japanese underground historical recordings. Includes the English translation of the original Japanese LP insert. Digitally-remastered.

MOONDOG: The Viking of Sixth Avenue 2LP $22.99
2013 repress; 2005 release, on vinyl. Tremendous gatefold presentation and one of HJR's most impressive documents to date. "This new release from Honest Jon's is the first overview of Moondog's amazing artistic life -- including recordings spanning from 1949 till 1995, with numerous 78s and various other vanished records revived for the first time (not to mention a couple of Weegee photographs!)."

Classixx: Hanging Gardens 2LP $23.99
Double LP version with die-front cover. "Classixx have been intent on their debut Hanging Gardens, whittling the LP down from hundreds of sessions to a svelte 12 songs. At once beaming, breezy and wistful, Hanging Gardens features a variety of coastal summer anthems, from haunting collaborations with Active Child and Super humanoids singer Sarah Chernoff, to the gleefully catchy Nancy Whang-featuring 'All You're Waiting For,' French Touch inspired gem 'Holding On,' and sublime chords of 'Dominoes.' Playing a wide array of instruments on Hanging Gardens, Classixx's full-length debut features impossibly sunny grooves, blithe melodies bred by the coast, coaxed out by the surf, expertly crafted for road trips, pool parties and dance clubs."

NWW/Bowers: Parade CD $17.99
The second studio album release by Nurse With Wound and Graham Bowers delves into the multiple manifestations of the human form and psyche. The music is an audio sketch-pad, capturing a Commedia dell'Arte-type procession of the extremes and banalities of what we are and what we do on this bizarre and indefinable one-way trip to oblivion. The CD features original artworks by Babs Santini and Graham Bowers.

DREAM: Get Dreamy CD $17.99
Get Dreamy is perhaps the most fantastic and unique underground album from Scandinavia. Recorded in 1967, it was the LP with legendary guitarist Terje Rypdal after the two albums he made with The Vanguards. A year later Terje recorded his first solo album also for Polydor. Get Dreamy has great original songs full of wild fuzz guitar, swirling Hammond organ, sound effects, and strong vocals. The musical influences could be Cream and Jimi Hendrix, with the lyrical touch of Procol Harum. All songs very well-produced and recorded in Stockholm. Dream started straight away with a full album, which was not common in the musical world in 1967 -- most bands produced singles first. With a lot of enthusiastic help from Norway, including Terje Rypdal, plus the cooperation of many photographers, we are happy to put this album out with a big poster insert including a great band story and many, many unseen photos. The album was mastered 24-bit direct from the original master tapes. So the sound is really good and you can hear it in full stereo.

ORFF/GUNILD KEETMAN, CARL: Music for Children (Schulwerk) CD on Trunk $16.99
This is quite simply some of the most beautiful children's music ever made, with simple melodies and forgotten rhymes building gradually into more complex roundels and speech exercises. Performed by children in the late 1950s, this wonderful recording is educational, darkly nostalgic, and enchanting. History: This is the first time these important recordings have been in print since 1957. Their origins go back to the 1920s and the G√ľnterschule in Munich, a progressive educational academy that specialized in music and exercise. Carl Orff was a teacher there, and worked on a new method of introducing children to music. Over the next few decades the "Orff Method" was developed and enhanced with the help of one of his former students Gunild Keetman. By the late 1950s the term "schulwerk" (literally "schooling" or "school work") had been adopted and with the inclusion of nursery rhymes and street cries it had spread across Europe as a popular education technique. A two LP recording was issued in Germany in 1957 to demonstrate some of the musical results -- this was followed by a pair of LPs issued in the UK, that were to include the music as well as early English nursery rhymes, songs and sayings. It is these recordings that are being issued here, along with the original and rare sleevenotes. The music is performed on what has since become known as "the Orff instruments": glockenspiels, xylophones, metallophones, drinking glasses, violoncello, bells, cymbals, drums, and the triangle. Rhythmic exercises are executed by hand-clapping, knee-slapping, feet-stamping, as well as using drums, whips, sand-rattles, and other percussion instruments. The spoken word is used for its meaning, its tone-color and rhythmic significance. Nursery rhymes familiar to most of us form a strong base to the album, but there are some here that you may have never come across before. Many of these date back to the 18th century, and Trunk also includes here the oldest song of all -- "Sumer Is Icumen In." Not only is the music absolutely captivating for adults and children alike, the CD comes with extensive 16-page sleeve notes explaining the origins of the songs and sayings. These are magical, rarely heard (and occasionally scary) recordings from the 1950s that highlight just how beautiful the simplest of all music can be. But the release also shows how incredible children's musical education once was. Performers: Chorus of the Children's Opera Group, Speech Ensemble from the Italia Conti School, and The Instrumental Ensemble.

Anderson, Marisa lp Mercury on Mississippi $15.99 The Portland guitar virtuoso is back w/ a new set of home recorded instrumentals. This time around we find Marisa exploring structures more based on the Apallacian folk tradition. The bluesy cadences of her of Mississippi releases are still there but more in an emotional sense than structurally. Composed over the course of the last two years

Baptist Generals lp Jackleg Devotional To The Heart on Sub Pop $18.99
Vinyl version. Incld download.
The Denton, TX band, known for its haunting, claustrophobic take on drunken folk, needed ten full years to bare its hearts for this sophomore LP. The band's vibraphones, guitarrons & ambient feedback combine like a mess of ventricles, aortas & veins.

Buck, Peter 7" You Must Fight To Live On The Planet Of The A2pes on Mississippi $8.99
Peter Buck of REM & Baseball Project fame grinding out a garage rocking cover of the Mummies evergreen hit. Loose & raw. The B-side is a rolicking quasi political song keeping w/ the primate feel of things. ONE-TIME PRESSING

Cruel Summer lp S/T on Mt St Mtn $18.99
Debut from these San Francisco jangle darlings. Reminiscent of the mid to late 80s C86 & SARAH sound w/ a dash of 4AD's hazy early 90s catalog. 45RPM. LTD TO 250

Godflesh lp Hymns on $24.99
2LP remastered w/ bonus tracks

Hurley, Michael 7" Wildegeeses on Mississippi $7.99
'93 recording of one of his greatest songs. Unreleased version featuring just Michael & his guitar. A heavy little ballad about love & loss. The B-side "West Virginia", is a recording from around the same time & was previously unreleased. Secret Seven co-release

Nightingales & Canaries lp V/A - Vol. 1 on Mississippi $15.99
Aching & radiant songs from 78rpm discs dating from the 30s & 40s. The first in a series highlighting the voices of women from the Middle East during the first half of the 20th century. The first side includes outrageously flirtatious & rocking performances by Christian & Jewish immigrants from Anatolia, Istanbul & Roumelia. Side-B includes more demure & artful performances by some of the greatest Turkish stars of the first generation of Muslim women to sing on records. Co-release w/ Canary

Rogie, S. E. lp Sounds of S. E. Rogie on Mississippi $15.99
A reissue LP of the legendary Palm-Wine guitarist's early work. Truly beautiful songs from the 60s ranging from sweet acoustic solo numbers to blazing band electric music. Gentle & lilting melodies from this pioneering Sierra Leone artist. Co-release w/ Domino Sound

Toody/Western Front 10" S/T on Mississippi $15.99
In 1985, between the country punk band the Range & Rats & the mystical psychedelic punk band Dead Moon, lay these six songs released originally in very limited batches spread between 3 7"s. Fred Cole & Friends are the Western Front; a shit kicking country band w/ a sensitive side too. The two other tracks are the same band backing up Toody Cole

MOONDOG: The Viking of Sixth Avenue 2LP $22.99
2013 repress; 2005 release, on vinyl. Tremendous gatefold presentation and one of HJR's most impressive documents to date. "This new release from Honest Jon's is the first overview of Moondog's amazing artistic life -- including recordings spanning from 1949 till 1995, with numerous 78s and various other vanished records revived for the first time (not to mention a couple of Weegee photographs!)."

Classixx: Hanging Gardens 2LP $23.99
Double LP version with die-front cover. "Classixx have been intent on their debut Hanging Gardens, whittling the LP down from hundreds of sessions to a svelte 12 songs. At once beaming, breezy and wistful, Hanging Gardens features a variety of coastal summer anthems, from haunting collaborations with Active Child and Super humanoids singer Sarah Chernoff, to the gleefully catchy Nancy Whang-featuring 'All You're Waiting For,' French Touch inspired gem 'Holding On,' and sublime chords of 'Dominoes.' Playing a wide array of instruments on Hanging Gardens, Classixx's full-length debut features impossibly sunny grooves, blithe melodies bred by the coast, coaxed out by the surf, expertly crafted for road trips, pool parties and dance clubs."

NWW/Bowers: Parade CD $17.99
The second studio album release by Nurse With Wound and Graham Bowers delves into the multiple manifestations of the human form and psyche. The music is an audio sketch-pad, capturing a Commedia dell'Arte-type procession of the extremes and banalities of what we are and what we do on this bizarre and indefinable one-way trip to oblivion. The CD features original artworks by Babs Santini and Graham Bowers.

DREAM: Get Dreamy CD $17.99
Get Dreamy is perhaps the most fantastic and unique underground album from Scandinavia. Recorded in 1967, it was the LP with legendary guitarist Terje Rypdal after the two albums he made with The Vanguards. A year later Terje recorded his first solo album also for Polydor. Get Dreamy has great original songs full of wild fuzz guitar, swirling Hammond organ, sound effects, and strong vocals. The musical influences could be Cream and Jimi Hendrix, with the lyrical touch of Procol Harum. All songs very well-produced and recorded in Stockholm. Dream started straight away with a full album, which was not common in the musical world in 1967 -- most bands produced singles first. With a lot of enthusiastic help from Norway, including Terje Rypdal, plus the cooperation of many photographers, we are happy to put this album out with a big poster insert including a great band story and many, many unseen photos. The album was mastered 24-bit direct from the original master tapes. So the sound is really good and you can hear it in full stereo.

ORFF/GUNILD KEETMAN, CARL: Music for Children (Schulwerk) CD on Trunk $16.99
This is quite simply some of the most beautiful children's music ever made, with simple melodies and forgotten rhymes building gradually into more complex roundels and speech exercises. Performed by children in the late 1950s, this wonderful recording is educational, darkly nostalgic, and enchanting. History: This is the first time these important recordings have been in print since 1957. Their origins go back to the 1920s and the G√ľnterschule in Munich, a progressive educational academy that specialized in music and exercise. Carl Orff was a teacher there, and worked on a new method of introducing children to music. Over the next few decades the "Orff Method" was developed and enhanced with the help of one of his former students Gunild Keetman. By the late 1950s the term "schulwerk" (literally "schooling" or "school work") had been adopted and with the inclusion of nursery rhymes and street cries it had spread across Europe as a popular education technique. A two LP recording was issued in Germany in 1957 to demonstrate some of the musical results -- this was followed by a pair of LPs issued in the UK, that were to include the music as well as early English nursery rhymes, songs and sayings. It is these recordings that are being issued here, along with the original and rare sleevenotes. The music is performed on what has since become known as "the Orff instruments": glockenspiels, xylophones, metallophones, drinking glasses, violoncello, bells, cymbals, drums, and the triangle. Rhythmic exercises are executed by hand-clapping, knee-slapping, feet-stamping, as well as using drums, whips, sand-rattles, and other percussion instruments. The spoken word is used for its meaning, its tone-color and rhythmic significance. Nursery rhymes familiar to most of us form a strong base to the album, but there are some here that you may have never come across before. Many of these date back to the 18th century, and Trunk also includes here the oldest song of all -- "Sumer Is Icumen In." Not only is the music absolutely captivating for adults and children alike, the CD comes with extensive 16-page sleeve notes explaining the origins of the songs and sayings. These are magical, rarely heard (and occasionally scary) recordings from the 1950s that highlight just how beautiful the simplest of all music can be. But the release also shows how incredible children's musical education once was. Performers: Chorus of the Children's Opera Group, Speech Ensemble from the Italia Conti School, and The Instrumental Ensemble.

BOARDS OF CANADA - Tomorrow's Harvest on Warp
cd $15.99
lp $29.99
brand new music - a welcome return to form, long ambient pieces that are introspective, textural, moody soundtracks for your every day being.

DEAFHEAVEN cd Sunbather on DW $12.99
sounds like the girl from dickless singing on a my bloody valentinne record

Deceh/Total Life lp Split on Important $22.99
Kevin Doria's work as Total Life preceeds his works as half of GROWING. Deceh's contribution is an extended harmonic magnification of a shruti box, Hammond organ, upright double bass & modular synthesizer

Man...Or Astro-Man? cd Defcon 5. . .4. . .3. . .2. . .1 on Communicating $14.99
Rejoice fellow humans! Nearly 12 years since the band last released their intergalactic sonic wave foVremsss,e tlhsey have returned to earth as tuneful & energetic as ever. This album combines the familiar Astro audio tones & the well-established playing ferocity w/ an undeniable evolution that is both intuitive, logical, & well crafted. Steve Albini is yet again behind the board & the countdown has started

Sonic Youth & I.C.P. & The Ex lp In The Fishtank 9 $14.99
VINYL VERSION. In 2001, Sonic Youth recorded w/ Dutch improv masters I.C.P. (HAN BENNINK, AB BAARS & WALTER WIERBOS), & Luc & Terrie of THE EX. The result is delicate, abstract & elusive. Think of it as pop music based on sounds, instantly composed & instantly fantasized.

Thee Oh Sees cd Moon Sick EP on Castle Face $15.99
Culled from the same sessions as the "Foalting Coffin" LP & featuring guest spots from Lars Finger of the Intelligence, K Dylan Edrich of the Mallard & Kelley Stoltz, as well as the full & finely honed weight of the touring band, this EP is a similarly wyth-drenched, psychotic-then-sweet companion piece

VA: Greek Rhapsody - Instrumental Music from Greece 1905-1956 2CD/BOOK $39.99
Greek Rhapsody -- Instrumental Music from Greece 1905-1956 is a 2CD collection featuring 42 tracks meticulously remastered from 78rpm recordings of Greek instrumentals (1905 to 1956). Many tracks are rare and never previously reissued on CD or vinyl; some are taken from the only known copies, while previously reissued tracks are here offered in far superior sound quality. This compilation offers, for the first time, a unique panorama of the instruments and styles of the Greek music of the period. A 152-page hardcover book with two CDs elegantly housed inside front and back covers. Tony Klein is a British musician, researcher, and writer based in Uppsala, Sweden. He has played and researched Greek music for 40 years, and studied with, among others, the veteran Stelios Keromitis. In 2005, in collaboration with collector Charles Howard, he produced and annotated the CD Mortika - Rare Vintage Recordings from a Greek Underworld, which contains 21 rare rebetiko recordings.

LUSSURIA: American Babylon 2LP $29.99
Hospital Productions present a very necessary vinyl edition for one of the most effective industrial/ambient collections in their catalog, and one of the label's most sought-after. Over the course of three cassettes (limited to just 99 copies) issued in 2012, Lussuria ("Lust" in Italian) drip-fed these eight tracks of opiated, phantasmic SM atmospheres into the musical bloodstream, duly hailed by many as one of the most crucial set of tracks released in 2012. Reflecting the ritualistic appeal of late '70s and early '80s Italian industrial √ la Cicciolina Holocaust, Sermonizer, or MB, crossed with the epic claustrophobia of early material from The Cure and the decadent, voyeuristic compulsion of Pasolini flicks so enamoured by Coil, the enigmatic Lussuria has conceived nothing short of a dark ambient masterpiece for our times. It's a De Quincey or De Sade-like meditation on a perceived American condition that percolates far beyond its borders, matching the militant oppression of Vatican Shadow with martial pomp of opener "Keys to Unlock Paradise (Roman Showers)" and the cold-sweating tension of "Queen of Swords Reversed," while ambient interzones such as "Viper Room Vigil" and "Mondo Narcotico" relieve the suppression effectively as a loosened tourniquet. In his role as the dark interpreter, Lussuria acts as informant from the netherworld, relaying the eschatological drone vision of "Under" and the backmasked bacchanalia of "Coiled Serpent Shedding" to fanged ears on the other side, culminating with two furtive dispatches in the coruscating half-light of "Nicotine Incense Trepan Redux," and the uncannily poignant video-diary entry set to numbed pads and raging black metal noise inferno that closes American Babylon. So many attempt this sound, yet its putative pleasures remain just out of grasp to most. Not so with Lussuria. Mastered and cut by Matt Colton at Academy.

KING TUBBY: Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Specials 1975-1979 LP $14.99
LP version. King Tubby's Hometown Hi-Fi was one the great sound systems in Jamaica. It also proved a fantastic outlet for the Dub Plate Specials cut at Tubby's studio, providing exclusive cuts to be played out, enticing the dance's audience. The tracks at the time were mainly cut over producer Bunny "Striker" Lee rhythms, that Bunny stored at Tubby's studio which was in fact his home, 18 Drumilly Avenue in Kingston, Jamaica. The versions were given exclusive plays at Tubby's before some finding their way on to vinyl, as the B-side version cut to its A-side vocal, proving so popular, that the records were often bought for its version side over its vocal counterpart. King Tubby and Producer Bunny "Striker" Lee are intertwined in the birth of dub music. Tubby's vast knowledge of electronics and Bunny's vast catalog of rhythms would lay the foundations of what today is taken as a standard... the remix/version cuts to an existing vocal tune. Tubby and Striker were at Treasure Isle Studios one day while Ruddy from Spanish Town was working with the engineer Byron Smith. "Tubby and myself was talking when Ruddy was cutting some dub but Smithy (engineer) made a mistake and forgot to put in the voice. It was a two-track recording in those days. Ruddy said 'No Man! Make it stay!' And so they cut the rhythm. When I went over to Ruddy's that Saturday night a dance was in progress and when they played the vocal to the tune... then he said we're going to play 'Part Two.' They never called it 'Version.' And then he played the rhythm track. The song was a catchy song and everybody started to sing along and the deejay started to toast so everything went down well. On Monday morning I went up and I said 'Tubbs the mistake we made was a serious joke. It mash up Spanish Town!' The people went wild. So you have to start to do that now 'cause when the man put on the 'Part Two' everyone started singing this song. It played about 20 times. I said you try Tubbs!' Well the next Saturday night now when Tubby strung up down the farm U Roy said he's going to play 'Part Two' but Tubby did it different now. He started with the voice then dropped it out and let the rhythm run and then he brought in the voice in the middle and from there Tubby started to get really popular.'' --Bunny "Striker" Lee. Dynamic Sounds upgraded to 16-track recording in 1972 and Tubby purchased, again with the help of a deal brokered by Bunny Lee, the old 4-track equipment and the MCI console from their Studio B. The four tracks now gave him far wider scope to work with and he began to create a new musical form where the bass and drum parts were brought up while the faders allowed Tubby to ease the vocal and rhythm in and out of the mix. Jamaican Recordings has compiled a selection of cuts that were all tried and tested on Tubby's hometown hi-fi sound system and worked a great set of Bunny Lee's rhythms in fine style. All killer no filler.

SOKO: I Thought I Was an Alien CD $14.99
"'When people ask me what kind of music I do,' says Soko, 'I usually tell them: punk secrets.' Intimate, lo-fi, crazy, sexy, funny, tear-stained, heartbreaking, often all at once, the explosive Frenchwoman's songs have already touched people around the world, earning her a massive global following. Since her teens, Soko has been on a roller coaster journey. From a stockpile of over 100 songs, she finally whittled down to a selection of 14, her debut album, which premiered in Europe last year and now will be released in the United States. When she sings of a rootless existence, always sadly moving on with her suitcase and her guitar, you know that this is her existence - and it really is. 'I'm just a homeless gypsy couch-surfer citizen of the world, depending on the love and charity of my friends,' she giggles. After such a long and soul-searching evolution, I Thought I Was an Alien finally introduces a truly singular talent, at her point of fruition."

NEAR PARIS: Near Paris LP $20.99
"Medical Records in collaboration with Crispy Nuggets blog (http://crispynuggets.blogspot.com) is proud to present a compilation/reissue of the rare four song EP by Near Paris released in 1985 plus seven unreleased/unheard songs recorded during the same time. Near Paris hailed from Columbus, Ohio and was composed of Gerald F. Nelson and Dana Riashi. Gerald and Dana (in addition to Robert Crise) had previously made up the band Post Industrial Noise before they disbanded in 1983. By 1985, Near Paris was quite popular in the Columbus music scene and had opened for such bands as Section 25. They made a name for themselves as Columbus' only synth-driven pop duo and even won several local awards. They often played in art galleries as well as worked on original scores for local dance troupes and other art-related endeavors. They band released one long out of print 12" EP which is included on this LP. The EP contains excellent new wave tracks such as 'Visions' and 'Ceiling.' The seven unreleased tracks (hand-picked by Gerald and Dana) follow the same style of deep/moody club-based synthpop and were culled from cassettes which were restored and remastered specially for this vinyl release with outstanding end results. Other standout tracks from the unreleased numbers include 'Walk Like a Man' and 'Everything Will Change.' Sadly, just prior to completion of this project, Gerald passed away in October of 2012. This LP will appeal to fans of early/mid 80s synth/new wave. Presented on 180 gram oxblood, opaque, high-quality vinyl in a limited edition of 650 copies. Bonus insert included as well with bio/pics of Near Paris and memorial to late member Gerald F. Nelson."

I SIGNORI DELLA GALASSIA: Iceman LP $20.99
"Medical Records presents a reissue of the very rare and sought after 1979 opus by Italy's I Signori Della Galassia. Iceman was released in 1979 and has been long out of print for over 30 years fetching very high prices on the collector's market. I Signori Della Galassia (translated as 'The Men of Galaxy') is best described as a sonic hybrid of space disco/cosmic meets Italian progressive pop/rock. They were founded in Savona in the late '70s. Played with analog gear such as a variety of synthesizers as well as traditional guitar and drums. It is a very rich and diverse LP with multiple interesting twists and turns. The opener 'Proxima Centauri' is a space disco odyssey with super-catchy synth melodies over driving disco beats mixed with hypnotic passages. The title track 'Iceman' is a fusion of Italian pop and space disco which makes for an interesting combination. Other tracks have a completely different feel with elements of prog and experimental rock overtones. 'Archeopterix' is another standout track with washing synths, warbling filters, and gentle backing vocals. The LP contains two bonus tracks (at the end of each side) which were released as singles at the time ('Luce' and 'Eliane'). The LP features preserved front cover artwork and slightly modified back cover original artwork (at the artist's request). This LP will surely appeal to lovers of Space, Rockets, Kraftwerk, Milkways, and Zodiac. Presented on 180 gram silver opaque, high-quality vinyl in a limited edition of 650 copies."

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE!!!!!!! Like Clockwork
version one - 150 gram vinyl, gatefold sleeve, comes with a full download of the album in mp3 or flac. $21.99

then of course there is the cd version - just the regular ole cd version, priced at $14.99
Budd, Harold cd Jane 1-11 on Darla $16.99
"Start to finish, this is Harold at his most inspired & most tapped in to his unique gift. There is no other Harold Budd record on which he so strongly expresses his singular avant sensibility"

Date Palms cd Dusted Sessions Thrill Jockey $15.99
Bay Area group led by GREGG KOWALSKY & MARIELLE JAKOBSONS that employ traditional rock instrumentation to create music informed by Indian classical music, country, minimalism, & spiritual jazz, arriving at a style that is wholly their own.

Date Palms lp Dusted Sessions Thrill Jockey $18.99
LP w/ download.

JOHNNY MARR - Messenger lp on Sire $24.99
Features The Smiths' guitarist on lead vocals and guitar, and represents our first chance to hear his musical vision exactly as he envisioned on the first true solo album of his career

Goat 7" Dreambuilding on Sub Pop $6.99
A collective who hail from a small & very remote village in deepest darkest Sweden. Voodoo influenced psychedelia.

Lust For Youth lp Perfect View on Sacred Bones $17.99
3rd album is composed of largely instrumental pieces, focusing more on beats, samples & general ambiance than its predecessor, last year's Growing Seeds. Overall this album ventures more towards rave than no-wave.

Minekawa, Takako & Dustin Wong cd Toropical Circle $14.99
Collaboration between long absent experimental pop explorer (Minekawa) & former PONYTAIL guitarist (Wong) is a lovely balance of homemade coziness & experimentation. Wong's minimal yet imaginative guitar work along w/ the use of samples, synths, & a drum machine create a colorful backdrop for Minekawa's dreampop soaked voice. "2 of my favorite musicians create something fantastically gorgeous together" - ROLLING STONE.

Rodan lp Fifteen Quiet Years on Quarterstick $18.99
Includes the 1994 BBC Peel Session, together w/ all of their long-out-of-print 7"s & compilation tracks. All formats include a download of 10 bonus live recordings.

Sixth Station cd Deep Night on Numero $16.99
A raw cry from the dark night of one man's soul. Cloistered away from the popular culture of 1982, rural Illinois priest Tony Trosley painted a pastoral refraction of early 1970s Laural Canyon watercolors w/ this stand-alone set of songs. Openhearted & naively psychedelic, this album was recorded during a single pre-dawn marathon, & mixed live-to tape in an isolated church. Cobbled together out of local players to help fill out this ethereal soudscape, Trosley's band brought an earnest but bluntly unsophistocated backdrop to his phaser-drenched 12-string guitar

TEETH OF THE SEA: Orphaned by the Ocean LP $22.99
Rocket Recordings are proud to announce the release of Teeth Of The Sea's debut album for the very first time on vinyl. Orphaned by the Ocean, released in January 2009, chronicles the earliest days of Teeth Of The Sea, now on the verge of releasing their third album. The band may never make another record like this one, and the unique position it holds both in the band's collective headspace and their history makes this reissue, on glorious burnt umber vinyl, one to savor for fans and new initiates alike.

KVB, THE: Immaterial Visions Remixes 12" $19.99
"Limited edition vinyl release of remixes of select tracks from The KVB's highly acclaimed Immaterial Visions LP?. The Immaterial Visions Remixes EP features versions by Regis (Karl O'Connor), Silent Servant, Shifted, In Aeternam Vale, and Worn. The EP is pressed on 160 gram white vinyl and comes in a white hand stamped die-cut disco sleeve."

SPACEMEN 3: The Perfect Perscription LP $35.99
"180 gram baby blue vinyl. Spacemen 3's second album is a remarkable departure from the band's 1986 debut, Sound of Confusion. Reduced to a trio (guitarists /keyboardists Pete 'Sonic Boom' Kember, Jason 'Spaceman' Pierce, and bassist Pete Bassman) following the departure of the first album's drummer, Spacemen 3 makes an asset out of the newfound lack of percussion, giving The Perfect Prescription a considerably less rock-oriented sound with much more open space in its varied, subtle arrangements."

CALL BACK THE GIANTS: The Marianne LP $19.99
"Kye is proud to present the long-awaited new LP by Folkestone's Call Back the Giants. The Marianne takes the questing, narrative themes last heard on The Rising LP (2011) and Incidents of Travel EP (2012) and extrapolates them into a three-part conceptual odyssey. Set aboard the cruise liner of the same name, The Marianne charts the epic voyage of Capt Fletcher and his patrons as they passage across the 'sour ocean,' through a prism of supernature and on toward an uncertain end. The Marianne arrives in a full color, high-gloss, Chloe Mutter-designed sleeve, on sea-foam green vinyl in an edition of 400 copies."

VA: Enjoy the Experience: Homemade Records 1958-1992 2CD $19.99
"Selections from the Sinecure Books publication Enjoy the Experience: psych, funk, folk, jazz, lounge, boogie and straight-up-weirdness from American private press albums. Enjoy the Experience: Homemade Records 1958-1992 is the inaugural offering from Sinecure Books. Now-Again Records is pleased to distribute a 2CD anthology of psych, funk, folk, jazz, lounge, disco, boogie and just-plain-weirdness culled from the the book's selections. Take note: this is not a novelty freak show. Contained in this anthology are examples of some of the most highly regarded rock, soul, jazz, funk and singer/ songwriter albums from the '60s through the early '80s. From the awkward-yet- talented to the genius-yet-bizarre, one thing unites all musicians presented here: they sincerely hoped to become stars, they committed themselves to record, and they left themselves vulnerable to an industry not understanding of nuance, not appreciative of character. While Enjoy The Experience the book details a forceful American cultural experience that stands in juxtaposition to the mainstream even as its creators attempted to infiltrate it, Enjoy the Experience the album shows the breadth of American creativity in a compelling, start-to-finish listen. Not all of it is easy to digest, but this music is essential to the 20th century American experience." Double CD with 44-page booklet of liner notes.

MWAHAHA: Mwahaha 2LP $22.99
"Now Mwahaha will be re-issued by Plug Research and will appear for the first tine on vinyl (at last!), complete with new tracks not found on the original release, creating an expanded edition. The band consists of Ross Peacock (formerly of Clipd Beaks) and brothers Nathan and Cyrus Tilton (all three were previously in the Bay Area cult band NED). Throbbing ebb and flow, electronic undercurrents and elated pop flourishes characterize the album. Instruments are filtered through an array of analogue synths, analog drum machines exist in harmony with live drums, and other morphing walls of sound and spiraling sonic landscapes, Peacock's lyrics and often times haunting vocals distinctly ground the album. Inspiration was drawn from the tangible energy of the Oakland music scene which continues to burst with new bands and collaborations. Mwahaha took full advantage of this, enlisting friends from other bands to lend drum parts, as well as the singular voice of Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs on one of the album's stand-outs 'Love.' Anticon's Odd Nosdam also provided a notable remix upon the album's original release as well."

VA: Interpretations on F.C. Judd 2LP $33.99
"In January 2012, Public Information released a 35 track compendium of F.C. Judd's music and sound, called Electronics without Tears. Fast forward to spring 2013 and they are back with Fred for a very special LP to re-ignite his legacy. For their tenth release, Public Information asked some of their favorite artists working today to submit a reinterpretation of the greatly undervalued electronics pioneer, Frederick Charles Judd. With the entire archive of Fred's sounds, tone experiments, field recordings and lectures to work from, they were left to produce an audio artifact befitting of Judd himself. The players invited: Chris Carter, Perc, Pye Corner Audio, Holly Herndon, Mordant Music, Peter Rehberg, Bandshell, Ekoplekz, The Boats, Leyland Kirby, Karen Gwyer, and Ian Helliwell. Interpretations on F.C. Judd opens with Fred himself, welcoming us into his world before Ian Helliwell takes us into a fractured loop of radio static and gargled musique concrete. From here we lurch through pure tape trips (Leyland Kirby, Chris Carter) dubwise refractions (Karen Gwyer, The Boats PCA), haunted never-zones (Ekoplekz, Mordant Music, Perc), sublime vocal deconstructions (Holly Herndon) and frightening slashes of electronic deviance (Peter Rehberg, Bandshell). Throughout inspirations, Fred is never far away, reminding us how important visionaries like him stalk even the most future-bound of electronic music."

WAX POETICS: #55 MAG $11.99
"On the covers, front: Daft Punk, back: De La Soul. Contents: Nile Rodgers, Teddy Riley, Slum Village, Gino Soccio, Meshell Ndegeocello, Waajeed, Jack Bruce, Lady, Ava Luna, BLKKATHY."



also - currently offering these items on clearance. lps and 45s.


milagres - glowing mouth $12 (2 copies)
akron family - bmbz $11
eden express - s/t $6
zola jesus - conatus $12
does your cat know my dog? comp with bonnie price billy, sunn o))), sonic youth $17
gary higgins - seconds $13
catherine irwin - little heater $11
druid perfume - tuna boat $11
err on the good side - comp with ame dunes, steve gunn, duane pitre $15
young heart attack - mouthful of love $5
important records comp 300 with grails, bardo pond, bass communion $6
robedoor - shrine $13
midlake - insane $10
john bellows - clean your clock $8
handosme furs - sound kapital $12 (colored vinyl)
high places - can't feel $8
pontiak - comecrudos $10
sir richard bishop - graviton polarity generator $13
eastern seaboard - won't lovers revolt $8
nadja - trinitarian $18
richard pinhas & merzbow - paris 2008 $8
must musings - s/t $8
vetiver - more of this $11
azita - how will you? $5
yura yura teikoku - soft death $7
corpse kisser - s/t $6
aquarelle - sung in broken $11
chil pil - ten rips $12
das - artfact $10
we just call it roulette vol 4 on st ives $10

gardens - s/t on alive $13
claude lombard - s/t on mpls $7
no mystery - d plus (mount eerie related) $10
mv and ee - mother of thousands $23
interpol - s/t 12 inch $10
death vessel - nothing $10
panda bear - tomboy $13
papercuts - fading parade $11
fruit bats - tripper (loser edition) $12
interpol - s/t double lp on 45 $12
eternal summers - correct behavior $11
golden retriever - occupied $11
miracles club - a new love $18
boris - attential please $20
pg six - slightly sorry $10
carol kleyn - takin the time $13
william flowler collins - resurrection unseen $11
boris - heavy rocks $20
bad brains - god of love reissue $20
celer - i, anatomy $17
harrius $5
minsk ritual $13
blitzen trapper american goldwing loser edition $12
two hundred years (ben chasney) $13
ben nash magic lantern $12
leila uei $15
dan deacon woof woof $8
phoenix lisztomania $7
liturgy oval split $17
julian plenty is skyscraper $13
primus green naugahyde $25
fragments 4ad sampler $7
introducing ryan trevor $13
eastern seaboard relapse $11
konnichiwa visions $10
shining path chocolate gasoline $10
final reading all the right $11
palms boundary waters $8
matthew young travelers advisory $10
muldoons $6
caethua i may be gona $10
axolotyl and yellow swans split $14
n racker floxicant $17
four songs by arthur russel (cover versions on rough trade) $5
doris norton computor for peace $15
sun araw inner treaty $13
memoryhouse slideshow $14
mass shivers contoured heat $10
un pop no songs tomorrow $11
larsen museum (lrsn musm) $6
singer mondreading $13
rangda false flag $10
micah blue smalldone hither $12
trees on 20 buck spin $12
dave fischoff winston park $2
flaherty corsano yeh slow blind $11
tom carter shots at infinity $15
women in tragedy total fucking romance $10
gary higgins a dream $12
woodsman collages $19
elisabeth frazier moses $8
oneida and pterodactyl green corridor $10
oneida absolute II $12
oneida rated o $20
decimus 3 $15





45s - many of them are from the late 90s early 2000s
Marked Down - Indie 7inches
Punjab Rovers - She's Another One Of Them Aliens/Ostentatious Euthanasia (Honey Bear Records) hb009 $1.00
Dirty Looks - Lie to Me/Rosario's Ashes (Stiff Recordings) BUY 66 made in Uk $2.00
Humphrey Ocean & The Hardy Annuals - "Whoops A Daisy/Humphrey Ocean's Iron Hoof -"Davey Crockett (Stiff Records) BUY 29 $2.00
Adventures in Stereo - A Brand New Day/Nobody's Scared (Creeping Bent) Bent 026 $1.00
Tiara - It's A Message/Circle of Friends (Glazed Records) GLZ 003 White Vinyl $1.00
Sex Robots split with the Mega Hurts - Sex Robots "Put Anotha Rekkid on/Pick Me Up!" Mega Hurts"I Need You/This is Rock-n-Roll" (Roadhouse Tunes) RHT - 0050 $0.75
My Drug Hell - 2am/Maybe we Could Fly (Voltone) VTONE 001 made in England $0.75
Mesisha - Republic of (Pop Bus) Pop Bus 17 $0.75
Che Singles Club #3: Ligament vs Spacebike- Ligament "Rarly Voo"/SpaceBike "Losing My Grip" (Che) Che 42 $0.75
Mexican Power Authority - Strang From Endville (Stratch) Scratch #14 Canadian label $2.00
Southall Riot - Kiss Me Robot, I Love You/Summerhill/Groove is in the Art/Mrs Gold/Jetstream (Victory Garden) VG 06 made in London $1.99
Southall Riot - It's Science vs. the World!(interpolating Victory in Space)/The Test Clouds and Kites/Sigma Calypso/AVM/Obsessive (Victory Garden) VG03 made in London $1.99
Universal Life and Accident - Glasnost!/It's All Been Said (Me Generation Recordings) MG-1004 $1.99
Princeton Reverbs Colonial - Our Red Clarient/Ess. Peppermint (Happy Happy Birthday To Me Records) HHBTM009 $1.99
Steven Astley - "13.09.00" (Victory Garden) VG12 made in London one-sided clear vinyl $1.99
Novak - Blue Chinook/Peggy's Well (mild) (Kitty Kitty Corporation) CHOOSY015 made in London $1.99
Adventures in Stereo - International/Baby So Rich (Bobsled Records) Bob-10 white mono vinyl $2.25
Half Film - The Only Direction is South/Assemblage (AudioInformationPhenomena) AIP.015 $1.99
Frankie Teardrop! - Electro-acoustic Rollercoaster Ride/Aphrodite's Lullaby (Two Ohm Hop) Two Ohm Hop 004 $1.99
Star Phase 23 - Inside (Burnt Hair) Singe 19 $1.49
Aberdeen - Sink of Float/Drive (Tremolo Arm Users Club) trm 001 $1.99
Coachwhips/Trin-Tran Split (Show & Tell Recordings) SAT 005 grey marble vinyl $2.00
The Holy Kiss - Rising (Gold Standard Labortories) GSL 82 2x7inches $3.00 (sleeve slip at seams)
Lady Sovereign - Little Bit of Shhh Smallstars Remix by Adrock (Chocolate Industries) CHLT061 $3.00
Xiu Xiu/Devendra Banhart split (5RC) GER038 purple marble vinyl $3.00
Husking Bee - "The Sun and the Moon" (Doghouse Records) Dog 068 2x7inches one clear and one clear blue $3.00/3.99 (one is in better condition than the other)
Trinitone - Trying to Think/Obvious (Drive-In Records) drive30 $1.00
Poster Children - Sub Pop Singles Club Oct 1990 "Thinner Stronger/Painted Stick" (Sub Pop) SP88 hot pink Marble vinyl $4.00
Kitten Factor - Surround ep (includes bonus 7inch Nite-light/Sparkle on pink vinyl) surround ep black vinyl (Sunday Records) Sunday 045 $2.49
Killowatthours - Lessons in Time Management (Temporary Residence Unlimited) TRR 25 $2.25/$1.00
Moving Pictures - My Brightest Star/Pee-Wee (Goodbye Virginia) GVA 07 $1.99
Gooloo - Welcome to Atlantis/ Cut it Out (Super 8) Frame 28 $2.25
Metrotone - Shimmer (Earwarm) Worm 18 made in England $1.99
Halkyn - Winterhill ep (555 Recordings) 55534 $1.99
Finery Scrawled - Life Can Be Beautiful (Earworm) worm 52 made in endland $2.00
Puffball - Starring in Leadfoot Ninja (Glazed Records) glz-002 clear red vinyl $1.50
Norfolk and Rider - 13th Century/Hegira (Dutch Courage Records) DCR-07 orange vinyl $1.50
Oval-Teen - Head Start ep (OK records/ Mr. Whiggs/Debris) MWR 007 clear vinyl $1.50
rpm Quigley - The Vespertine (Bad Jazz) bebop7 made in england $2.49/$1.50
Hem - Be complete full of...serge/dissevelt (Fantastic) Fan002 ann arbor label $1.50
Lazy Magnet/Ren Schofield split - (Corleone) Corpso514 with a comic book inside $1.50
the ropers - sunbathe $2
mr scruff - champion nibble $1
rick sabo = one & two $1
psychp sisters- timberline $1
stillwell - my eyes are blue again $1
suffacox - nazi mother pumpkin girl $1
purple ivy shadows - feeble $1
purple ivy ahdows - circle psyhic baby $1
gamma rays - lovely $1 balloon guy - bppgie rock $1
ma cherie for painting - extra bille$1
martin henry rifles - luger 6000 $1.50
mantis - grits dummy $1
buffalo tom - sodajerk $2.50 (sleeve by IPR)
quickspace - found a way $2.50
rheostatics - mrs torrance $2.50
daddy hate box - you tell me nothing $1
druler - traveling fist $1
cath carroll w beatplex - bad star $1
honeydogs - nasa sessions $1
calliope - remix $1
danielson - when it comes to you $1.50
best of dobosky - magic swan $1.50
delgados - all you need is hate $1.50
calvin dont jump - solamente $1.50
alien crime syndicate vs oranger - do it again $1.50
adventures in stereo - international $1.50
abbc - gilbert $1.50
film school - forward backward $1.50
x27 - agent x $1.50
zzzz - uz jsme doma $1.50
stendec - pyat $1.50
sunday - universe city $1.50
terrashima - another day $1.50
greater than one - airstream $1.50
adult. split with tamion 12 inch - feelin / paper airplane $1.50
c spencer yeh and sick llama - $1.50
seth warren - welcome $1.50
numbers - solid pleasure $1.50
birthday machine - direction $1.50
golden guineas - turn it up $1.50
rael rean - s=adjust girl $1.50
voxtrot - your biggest fan $1.50
rogers siters - emotion control $1.50
killowatthours lessons in time $1.50
kitty vermont - por avion $1.50
lazily spun - double b side $1
metrotone - shimmer $1
new grenada trembling split 45 on plumline $1
corrections - krs mailorder 7" $1
novak - blue chinook $1rants - look passive $1
plush - three quarters blind $1
princeton reverbs - our red clarinet $1
looper - impossible things $1
gwens - breezy porticos $1
half film - the only direction $1
giant haystacks - rebirth of our city $1
winter blanket - music for ghosts $1
wisdom of harry - coney island $1
frankie teardrop - electro acoustic $1
southall riot - heart shape baby $1
starlet - diary $1
sagger - black market $1
universal life and accident $1
track star - the chord $1.50
v/vvm with true butchers split with jansky noise $3
motherhead bug - raised by isects $2
sabalon glitz - orpheum $2
metrotone - kiss me awake $2
enon - drowning appointments $2
southall riot - kiss me robot $0.75
poem rocket - period $0.75
sunday - universe city $1
super 5 thor - tubeless ignition $1
waterstreet - pumphouse $1
down - ride the pine $0.49
dimmer - crystalator $0.49
pond - wheel cinders $1
tear jerks - chances are $.75
warlocks = baby blue $1
old hearts club - someone you love $0.49
something about vampires - and sluts $2
sleep capsule - in half (sub pop) $0.49
edison - he player $0.49
screen prints - her name $2
revolutionary hydra - queen of gravity $2
safety scissors - sunlights on the other side $2
gallon drunk - bedlam $2
grifters - wicked thing $2
earl howitzer - from a cat's point $2
ciao bella - in / with an astronaut $2
dirty looks - tailin you $2
creeper lagoon - the fountain $2
lazycain / no knife split $1
comet - this is freedom $2
south - kick split on mowax $2
young heart attack - tommy shots $2
emiliana vs grain / progress - dead things on fat cat $2.50
raven chacon / redglaer / mark reyer plus 2 on anarchymoon $2.50
redglaer - cranky $2.50
loden - better landing $2.50
swob - explosion of science 0.75
sun barrow - organ grinnder $0.75
sunset valley - doll hill $0.75
potholder - unsure 0.75
swob - four alligator 0.75
mosquito - s/t 0.75
monster zero - my kingdon 0.75
poledo - hayden 0.75
water shed - brainville 0.75
sacred miracle cave - melt like butter 3
railroad jerk - younger than you $3
penthouse - white slave speaks $3
mother head bug - age of dwarfs $3
dr isreal - systemwide $2.50
white trash debutantes - san francisco $3
big swifty - experimental art film $0.75
jesus and mary chain - birthday $2.50
creatures - sad cunt $2.50
schlammpeitziger - restwasserstreirgebettel $2.50
treehouse - strawberry pie $0.75
t4 - red ocher 0.75
uphollow - the blue ontario 0.75
julia sets - domino 0.75
anthrophobia - candy coated voodoo 0.75
mass - pulling 0.75
backwater - supercool 0.75
calibos - apache shift 0.75
fire in the kitchen - simpla inglish 0.75
fly thirteen - edgar's airwaves 0.75
fureasteen - kasiotelemusik 0.75
fukuyama - wurlitzer jukebox test press 0.75
halogen - wandering with gato 0.75
diplomats - of solid sound - alligator boogaloo 0.75
ed hall - deth 0.75
grout - what is given back 0.75
spongecakeman and headache glutton $3.50
east river pipe - make a deal $4
dedication - youth murder anthems $3
fourwaycross - promo copy of an IPR record $3.50
pattern - nothing of value $3
seen - when i was young $3
adventures in stereo - airline $3.50
chia pet - hey baby $0.75
adventures in stereo - international $2
bandaido - and the any surface band $2
kitten factor - surround ep $2
scooby don't - somebody please kill split with boris the srinkler $2
the kent 3 - sleeper $2
indian bingo - bog rock IPR sleeve $2
union wireless - some morning $2
trance and the arcade - dripp $2
ten words for snow & hairshirt $2
wingtip sloat - turbine mother $2
ninotchka - i've got wings $2
casey neill - raleigh and spencer $2
sukpatch - stolen chrome $0.75
elk city - freeze two over eight $2.50
fellini - rock europe $2.50
flower machine - ornage baloons $2
dr specs optical illusion - tryin to mess $2
donnas - who invited you $2
am-boy - 64 colors $2
ahleuchatistas / friendly bears split $2
lipstick pickups - better than you $2
purple wizard - i've been wrong $2
early humans - kill yourself split 7" $2.50

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