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Bugsy is an indie pop quartet with flowery flourishes and emo highlights. Strong suits include harmonies vocal and instrumental counter play but not exclusive too. They are fond of animals and are based in Minneapolis.
Indie / Alternative
This is the first installment in a series of albums produced by John Wiese using an expanded ensemble of recorded sound contributions with AARON DILLOWAY JAMES FELLA HAIR STYLISTICS AARON […]
The Swiss Zürich-based act comes back with their third full-length recording. Not even one year after their latest Ursprung LP, Veil Of Light give us ten new songs that mark […]
The first release from our CD imprint, ARKEEN – a 7 track, 30 minute full length from Los Angeles based Ted Byrnes. Percussive abuse and aural assault. Fragmented time creating […]
**Highly suggested listening from Alex.** Human terrain systems. Operational art. Combat maneuver. Unrelenting harsh electronics exploding at a breakneck pace. The first Breaking The Will [...]
Toiling tirelessly among the shadows of the crumbling imperial superstructure, beloved noise hero Limbs Bin emerges in 2021 with a new full-length studio album on Damien Records. Burnt White [...]
Remastered by Grant Richardson Co-released with Ominous Recordings
What our staff has to say: “I love this record. Shine takes you to the UK’s dreamy haze in the 90’s Creation Records, My Bloody Valentine, Chapter House. Shoegaze that […]
Still reeling from the gut-punch of the distortion filled lead single “Vale” released earlier this year, many of us wondered what a full-length LP by the Denver based artist would […]
I don’t need no southbound highway sign to tell me HELL IS REAL”. This opening line from the debut single “New Tongue” launches us into the sophomore album Glass Fate […]
Chaz Prymek’s oeuvre is staggering. At the age of 35, the Missouri-based guitarist / multi-instrumentalist, composer and improvisor has released nearly two dozen recordings under the name Lake [...]
As I was reviewing V3’s cycle of works from early 1986 to the end of Roxanne Newman’s’ tenure in late 1991, I became increasingly flabbergasted at the band. At the […]