Format: lp

Tommy Jay & The General - Florida Songs ()

LP Edition of 250 Release Date – May 4th – Pre-Order Available Tommy Jay and The General have been kicking around the Columbus scene (and various points on the map of that scene’s diaspora) since the days of the True Believers (the ur-group in the history of Columbus underground hubbub). And this newly recorded album shows them to be at the height of their own amazing arc. Florida Songs is only Tommy’s third proper LP under his own personal name and it’s a killer. Recorded with help from a few old friends, including Nudge Squidfish, Florida Songs is a classic Raunchy Rock formulation by every known standard. Although the mood and tone shift mightily from song to song, the main… Read more »

Zach Phillips - How To Slip Away ()

LP Edition of 250. Release Date – May 4th – Preorder available – Although I am not a painter, i urge you to sit down and listen to this, as if it were a game show, on prime time   ‘i won the prize, ring the bells’ somewhere between an interview and the world’s greatest puzzle someone would sing your songs for you regarding self-reference & identity an horsepower engine cruiser where it lacks in bathetic synth vortismuto in the afternoon it locks in an aplomb power balled tour d’fourths THE FOURTH WALL IS ON THE LANDSCAPE’S STAGE don’t you recontextualize the tritone add variety of style/attitude including will, weal, wheel, the liner notes you’ll def. want 2 read, the… Read more »

Gary War - Gaz Forth ()

LP Edition of 300. NOISEY For the last while, Greg Dalton (aka Gary War) has been back in Massachusetts, after spending years working on his music down in twin Isles of Kiwi. Since returning he has popped up in the amazing psych duo, Dalthom (along with Sunburned’s Ron Thomas), and even played with the legendary Bobb Trimble on a live Burger cassette, but Gaz Forth is the first new Gary War LP in over five years. Recorded with long-time collaborator, Daniel Rineer, as well as Robert Cathart III (Pigeons), Jeremy Pisani (Red Favorite), Kris Thompson (Abunai, Trimble), Cynthia Nixon (Purple Pilgrims) and John Moloney (Sunburned), Gaz Forth hearkens back to some of the left-field pop amalgamations Mr. War had a… Read more »

KTB - II ()

LP Edition of 150. Numbered. Second outing for Shawnie (Bugs & Rats) and Arian (Guerilla Toss) under the guise of Ketamine the Benevolent. As with their preceding cassette, the moves on this record recall the outer fringes of the Euro underground dance scene of the 1980s. Think of Germany’s Tommi Stumpff or Sweden’s Cat Rapes Dog and you’re in the right bathysphere. Some of the tunes are skinned and peeled as naked as early Suicide, others bring to mind the smaller destructo units on the KK Records/Play It Again Sam/WaxTrax axis. But the basics remain the same. Guitar + drumbox + vocals = aggro galore. It’s the just kind of thing Tesco Vee would have loved to grind his hips… Read more »

David Fair - Ballets ()

3LP Edition of 200. Numbered. Silk-Screen Covers by Monoroid Subtitled Dance Like This, this set retrieves the long-lost solo debut by David Fair (half of the original Half Japanese). Made up of six side-long loops, the record is hypnotic and beautiful. Rather than blather on further, we decided to do a short interview with the artist himself. Here ’tis. when did you get the idea for this album? I don’t remember what year it was, but I think it was after Charmed Life was recorded but before it came out. It might have been between Half Gentlemen / Not Beasts and Loud. Jad had done a little solo project called Zombies of Mora Tau. The group of ballets was going… Read more »

The Left Outsides - The Shape Of Things To Come ()

LP Edition of 300 Co-Released with Cardinal Fuzz    Soundcloud Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records are proud to bring to you a Re-Issue of The Left Outsides LP – “The Shape Of Things To Come”. Originally released in 2015 on the Dawn Bird label on vinyl and on CD via Xemu, with the Vinyl edition been long out of print and hard to find. The Left Outsides, Mark Nicholas and Alison Cotton are a husband and wife duo based in London, England whose atmospheric, hypnotic songs echo Nico’s icy European folk, pastoral psychedelia and chilly English fields at dawn. The Shape of Things to Come is mixed by Martin Noble of British Sea Power and Graham Sutton of Bark Psychosis. Thirteen… Read more »

Los Lichis & Pakito Bolino - Savage Lichis Religion: El Ultimo Grito ()

LP Edition of 300. Art by Pakito Bolino Unbridled live match-up, recorded in November 2016 in an Oaxacan gallery, pitting Mexico’s most brutal art collective (Los Lichis) against the fractured French brain behind le Derner Cri (Pakito Bolino). Many don’t realize it, since Pakito’s insane artwork and silkscreened books are so overwhelming, but he’s also a guitarist and singer. We’re hoping to reissue some of the musical work he did with his band Mug in the near future. But that’s not what we’re talking about here. Savage Lichis Religion is a wonderful extension of the brilliance they showed on Dog (FTR 229), blending noise, psych, prog, experimental whatsis and all else into a a totally batshit free-rock stew. This is a… Read more »

Silver Dick - Silver Dick ()

LP Edition of 300 Fantastic debut LP by a Manchester trio who stand at the vanguard of Britain’s new new thing. Playing this record, we recall the raw excitement we felt a quarter century ago when bands like Skullflower, A Band, R!!!S!!!, and the Shadow Ring were reinventing the shape of the UK sub-underground. Silver Dick is made up of guitarists Kate Armitage and Martin Greenwood, and drummer Joincey. They’ve all been involved in other projects (from Inca Eyeball to Desmadrados Soldados De Ventura), but there’s a very special jumble to the sound they’ve found with Silver Dick. Like Mosquitoes, they have a way of shaping basic rock instrumentation to create something extraordinary and strange, really only comparable (in our… Read more »

Chris Weisman - Chaos Isn’t Single ()

LP Edition of 300. The eighth Feeding Tube LP by Chris Weisman vinylizes a 2015 CDR originally released by Hidden Temple Tapes. Weisman is, as always, the master of his own domain. Crafting pop tunes worthy of any sophisticated pen you can name (from Nilsson to Beck), his presentation this time is starker than usual. Lots of strummed guitar and shadows of other tastes lurking in the distance. As on his last LP, Play Sharp for Me, Chris seems to have added blue notes and hints of discord to his sweet surges. A certain jazziness from that session persists as well, giving the songs here a lilting swing that makes their hooks all the more dangerous. At times the songs… Read more »

The Doozer - Figurines ()

LP Edition of 300 Royal Advertisement Winning  Red Eye Coming Brilliant sixth album by The Doozer demonstrates that while you can take the boy out of Cambridge, it ain’t easy to do the obverse. The results are twelve inches of splendidly psych-soaked pop readymades laced with tendrils of Syd Barrett, Chris Knox, Pip Proud and early Nick Nicely. Because he has been crafting just this sort of thing for over a decade now, it shouldn’t take so much name-checking to place The Doozer inside his aesthetic continuum. But even after wonderful LPs on labels like Pickled Egg, Siltbreeze, Golden Lab, Woodsist and elsewhere, too damn many people still haven’t grasped this music the way it deserves.. Why this is the… Read more »