No products in the cart.

Torn Light Records
356 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220
Monday - Saturday
11:00AM - 8:00PM

11:00AM - 5:00PM

Showing all 28 results





Filter by

Showing all 28 results

  • Unwound – Live Leaves
    $30.00 | , Add to cart

    Every feedback squeal, bass chug, and hi-hat sizzle of what would be Unwound’s final 37 shows was taped, the most compelling bits of which have been edited into a cohesive […]

  • V/A – Eccentric Deep Soul
    $26.00 | , Add to cart

    NOTE: Different variation on cover The next installment of our “Eccentric” single LP compilation series, in the same style as our Eccentric Funk and Eccentric Disco releases. A simple digestible [...]

  • V/A – Eccentric Soul: The Shiptown Label
    $33.00 | , Add to cart

    From a humble storefront studio located in a shoeshine parlor on Norfolk, Virginia’s Church Street, Noah Biggs built a world. Hustler by day, gambler by night, the always-in-a-suit Biggs took [...]

  • V/A – Eccentric Disco (Clear w/ Yellow & Purple Vinyl)
    $27.00 | , Add to cart

    Ten independent and private press, dance floor ready dive bombers from disco’s all-to-brief heyday, previously swept under rug by the whitewashed glitz and glam of the era. Chugging grooves, [...]

  • Unwound – Fake Train (Silver Vinyl)
    $26.00 | , Add to cart

    After the Pacific Northwest grunge raids of the early ’90s that saw Nirvana, Mudhoney, and even the Melvins hoisted up the major label flagpole, Unwound’s 1993 debut came as a […]

  • Unwound – New Plastic Ideas (Purple & Blue Vinyl)
    $27.00 | , Add to cart

    An album Maximum Rock ‘N’ Roll deemed not punk enough to review, Unwound’s 1994 sophomore effort was a lethal depth charge aimed at major label grunge and independent hardcore alike. [...]

  • Lou Ragland – Is The Conveyor
    $21.00 | , Add to cart

    The last chapter of Lou Ragland’s Cleveland career was perhaps the most monumental. By its completion, Understand Each Other—more often referred to as The ConVeyor, with that uppercase V [...]

  • Archie James Cavanaugh – Black And White Raven (White Raven Vinyl)
    $21.00 | , Add to cart

    A masterpiece of the schooner rock variety, Black and White Raven is an album that emerged from Archie James Cavanaugh’s youthful dream of recording his own music while stuck in […]

  • V/A – Valley Of The Sun: Field Guide To Inner Harmony
    $27.00 | , Add to cart

    Both a marketing firm and metaphysical mission, Valley of the Sun synthesized style and spirituality to produce an extensive catalog that at once defines and defies new age music. Founder […]

  • Volta Jazz – Air Volta
    $21.00 | , Add to cart

    From the landlocked tropical savanna of Upper Volta, an ever-evolving cast of musicians brought the world’s rhythms to the streets of their native Bobo-Dioulasso. Combining Congolese rhumba, [...]

  • VA: Shanghai’d Soul Episode 4 (Purple Vinyl)
    $20.00 | , Add to cart

    Everybody’s still talking about the good ol’ days! A rough and rugged collection of ol’ dirty classics that have inspired swarms of killer beats. A head nod to the sounds […]

  • 24 Carat Black – Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday
    $21.00 | , Add to cart

    Embraced in the early ’90s by Britain’s rare groove scene and later sampled by Digable Planets and Jay-Z, Ghetto: Misfortune’s Wealth has since been known as 24-Carat Black’s first and […]

  • V/A – Super Hits Of The 70’s (Gold Vinyl)
    $27.00 | , Add to cart

    The ninth installment in Numero’s Cabinet of Curiosities is 100% chart smashes. Culled from the depths of the private press, Super Hits gathers 12 magical adaptations from the Me Decade’s […]

  • V/A – Ebirac All-Stars (Boricua Blue Vinyl)
    $27.00 | , Add to cart

    Holed up in the bustling Puerto Rican community centers of Chicago’s west side, the salseros featured on Ebiriac All-Stars make up the best of Carlos Ruiz’ Ebirac label, which ran […]

  • Ponderosa Twins Plus One – 2+2+1=
    $21.00 | , Add to cart

    What our staff has to say: “A great record with some insane songs, most people will probably recognize that Kanye West famously sampled the track ‘Bound’ but this record goes [...]

  • Circuit Rider – S/T
    $17.00 | , Add to cart

    2012 repress of this reissue that previously appeared in 2009, now given a more official Numero Group association, emitting even more intense Harley fumes. “This is the ultimate burnout [...]

  • Family Circle – S/T
    $17.00 | , Add to cart

    Family Circle’s 1973 LP draws a tight ring around the most beguiling soul tropes of its era, with its full house of ambitious players and hook-laden originals. Newark, New Jersey’s […]

  • V/A – Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal
    $22.00 | , Add to cart

    The genesis of our Good God! series, dedicated to divergent sounds from devout records, A Gospel Funk Hymnal explores injections of a profane funk into gospel music’s sacred beatitude. Completing [...]

  • V/A – Local Customs: Lone Star Lowlands
    $23.00 | , Add to cart

    “The second in our series of peeks into the world of regional studios hones in on Mickey Rouse’s Lowland operation out of Beaumont, Texas. Long after the Bopper’s plane crashed […]

  • Universal Togetherness Band – S/T
    $19.00 | , Add to cart

    Between 1979 and 1982, The Universal Togetherness Band tracked unearthly portions of their sprawling songbook for bewildered students in Columbia College’s audio engineering program. Storming the [...]

  • Trey Gruber – Herculean House Of Cards
    $30.00 | , Add to cart

    What our staff has to say: “Heartfelt, laid-back rock tracks by Trey Gruber from Chicago DIY’s Parent. Compiled after his death in 2017. Sometimes I get Leonard Cohen vibes, other […]

  • Afterschool Special: The 123’s Of Kid Soul
    $22.00 | , Add to cart

    The formula was simple: marry bubblegum and soul to the absolute sincerity of an enthusiastic child, cross your fingers and pray for airplay. But while the youthful sums of that […]

  • King Bullard Version: Songs Of The BOS Label
    $19.00 | , Add to cart

    On Cleveland’s late ‘60s gospel scene, the BOS label was the refined, professional ying to Boddie’s lo-fi yang, galloping to the fore bearing a torch for Curtis Mayfield’s robe-wearing roots. [...]

  • Shirley Ann Lee – Songs Of Light
    $22.00 | , Add to cart

    After wrapping the tracklist for Local Downriver Revival, we knew there was a smaller second record buried in the mountains of tape rescued from Felton Williams’ Ecorse, Michigan, basement. Born [...]

  • Pastor TL Barrett – Do Not Pass Me By
    $20.00 | , Add to cart

    What our staff has to say: “Numero is pretty hit or miss for me, I sometimes feel like they reissue things for the sake of it but when it comes […]

  • Spontaneous Overthrow – All About Money
    $20.00 | , Add to cart

    Synth chutes, synth ladders, popcorn 808 beats, dirge-y chants and busted sub-woofer hums from inner-galactic soul pioneers Nathaniel Woolridge and Anthony Freeman intertwine to create this [...]

  • Switched-On Eugene
    $26.00 | , Add to cart

    Switched-On Eugene documents the Eugene Electronic Music Collective and some of the many synthed-out figures in and around Oregon’s iconic hippie stronghold during the 1980s. Whether connected by [...]

  • Louis Wayne Moody High LP [60s Garage/Surf Compilation]
    $25.00 | , Add to cart

    “The lost yearbook from Louis Wayne Moody High’s graduating class of 1967, chronicling the peaks and valleys of teenage angst, lost loves, and life after summer vacation. Fourteen moody [...]