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Limited edition GREEN vinyl re-issue of the 1972 album by experimental Krautrock pioneers, Brainticket!
“In the summer of 2002, Tim Rutili and the rest of Califone had just come out of a busy year that included touring with Yankee Hotel Foxtrot-era Wilco and collaborating […]
“Following his critically acclaimed collections Electronic Music from the Seventies and Eighties and Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties, Carl Stone quickly follows-up Baroo [...]
Bedroom music” as a genre is perhaps questionable, and yet when first hearing the cassette that these songs were originally released on, this was the thought that I was fixated […]
London Records present a reissue of Happy Mondays’… Yes Please!, originally released in 1992. The last Happy Mondays album on Factory Records – reaching no. 14 in the UK chart. [...]
First vinyl offering from both Kjostad, and Ligature. FFO: Crude tape manipulation, field recording, harsh noise, spoken word, sound collage. Macronympha meets Yeast Culture.
The Doberman crew has been relentlessly touring the U.S. for years now, existing as a traveling band of frequent collaborators and changing lineups, consisting of often radically different [...]
Recognized as a skilled and sought after collaborator, Ted Byrnes solo albums cast a wide net that capture Byrnes’ adventurous and omnivorous approach to solo percussion. An alumnus of [...]
What our staff has to say: “The birth of NEW FREE JAZZ. A completely unhinged document of New Monuments. Fresh new quartet line-up. This is the next level, and the […]
Label Description: Alex Cunningham – Two for Olivia C24 Mid-West Weird is a set of 8 cassette releases, in 2 batches, celebrating our love of improvised sound. ‘Mid-West’ is a [...]
Blank Forms is really doing “God’s work” here, first unleashing their stellar reissue of Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit’s April Is the Cruelest Month for the first [...]
Generational Muse “Forty years ago a group of hipsters fled Manhattan for . . . has it even been that long? I cannot fathom for I’m still alive and so […]