Recorded live at UFO Club in Kōenji, Tokyo, on January 30, 1999. Incapacitants in their finest capacity, blending harsh electronic psychedelia, mayhemic screech and visceral ecstasy. Previously [...]
With the LP Dregs in 2018, the Capers sound palette was expanded considerably. On Lungs, recorded not long after Dregs, the sound palette was instead kept at a minimum, and the composition [...]
Track 1 recorded 6-9-08 live at the AV-aerie in Chicago, IL. Track 2 recorded 8-5-07 live at PDX Pop Now! in Portland, OR. Track 3 recorded 2-27-08 live at Vision + Hearing in Portland, OR. Track [...]
A primal force of something… real. I have listened back and forth to the new album of Anna Högberg`s “Attack” numerous times now and it hit me like a split axe in a split second: This music [...]
Long form in-house compilation featuring over 100 minutes of existentialist industrial noise. Two discs housed inside a 32 page 8.5 x 11″ art-zine. Tracklist: -Disc One- 1. Demons Of Mind [...]
“AAD is proud to release the first full length album by tumultuous un-plugged Harsh Noise unit WOOD&METAL, featuring Ted Byrnes & Charlie Mumma. Byrnes is known for his solo [...]
After twenty six years, Canada’s godfather of amplified scrap metal proves he is not letting up. Initially established in the mid-90s (with encouragement and support from Joe Roemer and [...]
More tense atmospheres, ringing loops and absolute obfuscation from the deft hands of Justin Lakes, aka Shredded Nerve. Stumbling through a broken landscape in total darkness, the clang of [...]
Harrowing heavy electronics. A pounding rhythm grows louder in your head and in your heart. The atmosphere is building to a breaking point in nauseating fashion. A twisting mass of frequencies [...]
“55 minute journey into severe necrological territory. Eight heavily layered tracks that don’t attempt to repair the heavily damaged skeletal system. Suffocating industrial noise and [...]
Clamor from inside the earth as it’s being excavated, punctured, deconsecrated. Sputtering and whirring of failing machinery. Menacing layers of magnetic decay, iron turned to dust through [...]
Label Description: A screeching smash of searing grit and demolished shock from the trio of Blankenship / Mumma / Wiese, which can be identified as a distinct subgroup within the Sissy Spacek [...]
Koban is a young duo hailing from Vancouver, Canada. They had their first album out on Broadway To Boundary back in 2013 but it really was their 2014’s EP on Weyrd Son that got our attention. Now [...]
“Composed and edited in Portland and Queens, September – December 2020.” – Flea.
Julie Moon and I began collaborating in 2014 as a computer music and prepared piano duo. Over the years we have tried to create a sound palette that we can navigate easily and utilize in a [...]
Peter Thoegersen’s new CD on Flea004 is a recording of his Microtonal Song Cycle «Facebook: What’s On Your Mind » (2016-2020). Sung with hair-raising power by Lore Lixenberg, this is one of the [...]
A Reader Response Exercise for 10 Participants & GRM Sample Pack. Made for Erick Laska’s Lateral Addition websit.
Performed at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center in Asheville, NC on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 as part of Neo-Pastiche: Changes in American Music.
“Composed by Julius Eastman. Performed by S.E.M. Ensemble & Guests (Petr Kotik, Elisa Faires, Elizabeth Lang, Chandra Shukla) at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center in Asheville [...]
A relentless scorched earth blast of speaker-shredding intensity from the machete-wielding Michigan madman. It’s an incendiary, full-volume bombshell of sonic burn and barbaric rust that combines [...]
Six international artists showcased across two compact discs of shredding sound, clattering depths, power electronics violence, and deafening discordance. Though a diverse compilation, [...]
Sam (Floating Points): Pharoah… Pharoah: Huh…? Sam: Were you asleep? I’m sorry… Pharoah: No no… I was listening… and dreaming… and listening to music in [...]
The first album released by the most sought-after label, bar none, among jazz collectors! And since keyboardist Gene Russell was at the artistic helm of Black Jazz, it was only natural that the [...]
Thirteen years of tears, screams, and reflections culminate with the Loss of Innocence, the long anticipated, ultimate release of depressive electronics project Blessed Sacrifist. Written, [...]
Label Description: “Hymn To Eternal Death” is the new full length from Maso Yamazaki’s “Controlled Death” project. Nearly an hour of new material, composed as [...]
Label Description: “Peinheil” is the fourth full-length from German power electronics act Femeheim. Following in the footsteps of Anenzephalia, Dagda Mor, Advokat Ihrer Hoheit, [...]
Label Description: Originally released on CD-R by Tochnit Aleph in 2005, this CD reissue captures the full performance of Japanese noise legends C.C.C.C. at Broken Life Festival in 1995, [...]
Edition of 77 copies in clear polycase with metallic devil’s blood paper and 8.5 x 11″ poster insert. Released as a part of the Small Mercies Equinox Program March 20th, 2021.
Vampire PE Edition of 78 copies in clear polycase with metallic night sky paper and 8.5 x 11″ poster insert with lyrics. Released as part of the Small Mercies Equinox Program March 20, 2021.
Remastered by Grant Richardson Co-released with Ominous Recordings
“Noise on one side, wrestling on the other, and violent obsession the bridge between the two. Prepare to be pummeled by bloodied fists, ground into the mat by sweating, bruised flesh, and [...]
Omnicidal Accelerant is a compilation of 7 tracks / sides the band hand picked as their favorites to make up 70 minutes of harsh insanity.
Collection 2 contains -18 tracks for the Trauma Code 2 cassette originally released by Gutterbloat -track from the split with Richard Ramirez released by Nefarious Activities -a previously [...]
“Cower in your seat as the great purge commences. Gaze in awe at the aura of cosmic red blood as it swirls around the heads of those executed at gun point. Suffocate as the gases at Halabja [...]
Motel Dwelling was originally released on Harsh Head Rituals as a 3xcassette. Now available as a 2xCD remastered by Grant Richardson.
Nothing is true—everything is permitted. Chaos Magick is a contemporary magical practice based on the ideas of Austin Osman Spare. Remarkably inclusive, it embraces and has influenced the work of [...]
Experimental musician Claire Rousay and visual artist Dani Toral have been in each others’ orbit since young adulthood in San Antonio, but it took a decade for them to find A Softer Focus. Before [...]
Endlings is a duo comprised of Deerhoof guitarist John Dieterich and composer and artist Raven Chacon. On Human Form, the duo expand upon the haunted abstraction of their 2017 self-titled debut. [...]
Label Description: The sixth issue of my ‘Night Science’ ‘zine/compilation CD. Thorough interviews and stellar CD tracks from Purgist, Iron Fist Of The Sun, Toshiji Mikawa, [...]
Label Description: In March 2004 I released what was then, and remains now, one of the titles I am most proud to have released on Cipher Productions: the Astro ‘Shell Star/Spica’ [...]
Label Description: Sometimes you have to think big, and when I was finally able to release an unearthed The Cherry Point recording I saw no option but to pair Phil Blankenship’s long-form [...]
Label Description: Originally self-released in an edition of 25 copies in recognition of Sickness’ 25th anniversary, and later reissued on cassette by Ascetic House, ‘Purgatory’ [...]
End Of The Attic ‘Five separated tracks of detailed, sensory textures, and atmospheres, each a self-contained narrative. Like psychological profiles, each seems to end mid sentence, as if [...]
1990 release. Originally released in 1989 as Violin Solo. Sept. 3-4, ’89. Takehisa Kosugi‘s improvisations, both with violin and miscellaneous sounding objects, have a sense of [...]
Originally released on Lovely Music in 1987. Jetsun Mila is inspired by the life of Milarepa, a great yogi and poet of Tibet who lived in the 11th century. The story of his life as told to his [...]
1996 release. Originally released on Lovely Music as Pulsers / Untitled in 1984. This re-release includes an additional piece from David Tudor, Phonemes. Pulsers explores the world of rhythms [...]
Originally release on Lovely Music in 1987. A series of three pieces/suites; “Leapday Night”, “A Traveler’s Dream Journal”, and “Interspecies Smalltalk” [...]
2019 repress of the original CD version; recently awarded: 9.0 Best New Reissue on Pitchfork, Originally released on Lovely Music in 1978. David Behrman‘s On The Other Ocean is an [...]