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  • Ugly Things: #58
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    “Our cover boasts an extensive feature on the legendary sixties West Coast psychedelic group Clear Light. Other compelling coverage this time includes Canadian garage punks the Plague, [...]

  • Uncut Gems Blu Ray
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    This jolt of pure cinematic adrenaline affirmed directors Josh and Benny Safdie as heirs to the gritty, heightened realism of Martin Scorsese and John Cassavetes. Adam Sandler delivers an almost [...]

  • Urin – Afekt
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    Completely fucking mental raw D-Beat played by some of Berlin’s noisiest humans. Following up their pulverizing 2019 EP, URIN have turned up the mania, tweaked it out even further and [...]

  • Ultramarine – Stella [Downtempo]
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    Downtempo 12″ by the London and Essex-based UK duo Ian Cooper and Paul Hammond. Dancyclopaedia – DAN 002-6 1990 Belgium, 45 rpm Media Condition – VG+ Sleeve Condition – [...]

  • Unhuman + Petra Flurr – Cause Of Chaos
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    Marking our 14th instalment on the label, ‘’Cause Of Chaos ‘’ comprises eight tracks filled of energy and steeped in to gothic nostalgia and electronic body music. The well-known artists create a [...]

  • Ultimate Spinach – Behold & See
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    Late-60s psych from Boston, drawing upon the San Francisco Sound. MGM Records – SE-4570 1968 US Media Condition – VG+, couple scuff marks on side 2 Sleeve Condition – VG, comes [...]

  • Up Is A Nice Place To Be – Tote
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    Made By Center Negative Co. Printed on medium sized 120z. Totes 15″ x 16″ x 3′ 20″ self-fabric handles

  • U-Brown – You Can’t Keep A Good Man Down
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    Also released as Weather Baloon, awesome roots reggae from DJ U-Brown. Front Line – FL 1030 1979 UK Media Condition – VG+ Sleeve Condition – G+, number written on cover in pen, [...]

  • Ursula Bogner – Recordings 1969-1988
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    Synth experiments from German electronic composer, Ursula Bogner. She became interested in electronic music after she attended courses with Herbert Eimert, founder of the Studio für elektronische [...]

  • Unsustainable Social Condition – Seductive Distress
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    An abrasive deluge of molten asphalt and oppressive electronics, Seductive Distress arrives as Matt Purse’s superlative full-length follow-up to his 2016 shredder Dispersant (Oxen). Unsustainable [...]

  • Unwound – Challenge For A Civilized Society
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    Unwound’s paranoid and pulsating sixth album, Challenge For a Civilized Society explores the pre-Y2K technological dread of modern punk living. Producer Steve Fisk threads Justin Trosper’s [...]

  • Unsustainable Social Condition – Disparate Strata of Humanity CDr
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    Dedicated to the memory of Dougal Purse released April 2, 2021 mastared by Grant Richardson photos by Leah Purse

  • Unexamine – Omnicidal Accelorant CD
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    Omnicidal Accelerant is a compilation of 7 tracks / sides the band hand picked as their favorites to make up 70 minutes of harsh insanity.

  • U-Roy – Natty Rebel
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    U-Roy was a true reggae pioneer, dubbed The Originator for good reason. Bursting onto the Jamaican scene in the early 1970s, he pioneered the vocal approach called “toasting,” which in addition [...]

  • Unmade Beds – DVD
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    While the punk-new wave musical revolution was brewing on the Bowery and in downtown New York in 1976 and 1977, a new breed of underground filmmakers were beginning to emerge, whose work [...]

  • UVC – Wisdom From The Zoo CD-R
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    Physical copy of UVC “wisdom from the zoo”. Hand assembled linen paper pocket sleeve, dated & numbered. One time 50 copies.

  • Unwound – Fake Train
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    “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 welcomed [...]

  • Uniform – Wake In Fright
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    “Wake in Fright, the second full-length by the New York City duo Uniform, is a harrowing exploration of self-medication, painted in the colors of war. Following the Ghosthouse 12”, [...]

  • Ugly Things #54
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    “In this special issue we pay tribute to Phil May of the Pretty Things. Included our interviews with those who knew him best, including his close friend and lifelong collaborator, Dick [...]

  • Uniform – Shame [Smoke Vinyl]
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    What if the antihero in your favorite film or book had no chance to repent, reconcile, or redeem himself? There’s no victim to rescue. There’s no evil to thwart. There’s no tyranny to turnover. [...]

  • Ursula K Le Guin/Todd Barton-Music Of The Kesh
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    “Music and Poetry of the Kesh is the documentation of an invented Pacific Coast peoples from a far distant time, and the soundtrack of famed science fiction author, Ursula K. Le Guin’s [...]

  • US Girls – Heavy Light
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    “The highly anticipated seventh album by U.S. Girls, the protean musical enterprise of multi-disciplinary artist Meg Remy, will be released on 6th March entitled Heavy Light. While Remy has [...]

  • Unbroken – Live In Dagenham
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    Not On Label 1999 Unofficial Although pressed by a member of the band, this is still considered an “unofficial” release as the other band members were unaware of it’s [...]

  • Unwound – The Future Of What
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    “Their third album in as many years, 1995’s The Future of What is an unrelenting, constructivist masterstroke. The Olympia trio’s signature sound— grinding bass, syncopated drums, and [...]