Thurston Moore / John Moloney – Caught On Tape “Acting The Maggot” 12″ Edition of 120 Hand Painted by Ted Lee OUT OF PRINT!
Great Valley / Happy Jawbone Family Band “Permanent Christmas” 7″ Edition of 150 Co-Released with Spooky Town Tapes OUT OF PRINT!
Still Blue Still Turning leads us into Gross Dave Gross – Sax Nick Williams – Guitar Andy Crespo – Bass Ted Lee – Drums Recored 5.28.11 with two Zoom Recorders by Ted Lee & Jonathan Granoff Matrixed and Mixed by Jonathan Granoff Lathe Cut by Adam Pettis Edition of 19
Snaps ‘n Claps “Greatest Hits” CDR Edition of 300 Girl Group covers by casio and melodica duo featuring lovely and naive harmonies. Get this beaut before they’re all gone! Erin “Snaps” Schneider & Andrea “Claps” Love brings the classic hits and some new ones to boot. An amazing and wonderful joy to hold and listen to! “Like falling in love again and again” -Ted Lee of Feeding Tube Records
45pm Single in an Edition of 500 TALK OUT LOUD We are beyond excited to finally have the first release by Blanche Blanche Blanche in our grubby little mitts, and you will be too! Two warped pop hits by the loviest folks in Brattleboro VT: Sarah Smith and Zach Phillips. This single will warrant repeated back-to-back flipping on your turntable. As a keyboard and vocal duo they create a complete sound-picture, but they’ve also got a great live band called Easy Street. Hey, their heads fly around and stuff too!!!! This heavily blogged-about duo has a tape and an LP coming out on Night People for late 2011 and their video for this single was featured on Pitchfork. Plus they… Read more »
SAM GAS CAN / JUSTIN RHODY “Born Punk/No Probably Not” 7″ Edition of 300 OUT OF PRINT! Co-release with Breaking World Records, DIY Bandits, Faux Pas Industries, Friends and Relatives Records and Lost Sound, six labels in all. A charming mix of twee instrumental punk, weird spoken word and lo-fi acoustic ditties.
LP / Edition of 500 Super dark vox, synth and drum machine jams from Maine’s Clare Hubbard, who also records as the chill-volk songstress, Caethua. She is also part of the Ancestral Diet duo and a sometime member of free improv unit (D)(B)(H). With Sports, Ms. Hubbard evokes a deep Midwest-style fem-noise-vibe, boogieing through the graveyard with her shovel and lantern. This is Sports’ first LP, heralding a new era of bleak ecstasy.
Ambergris “Anti-Matter Alma Mater” Edition of 300 Vinylization of the superb oddball cassette originally issued by the Potlatch I Gather Tapes label in 2008. Ambergris is more or less the solo project of visual artist, Matthew Thurber (1-800 MICE, etc.), although he is aided in this instance by Rebecca Bird. The suite of songs presented here is something like a theatrical recreation of one of Thurber’s bizarro world comics. Using voices, Casio, various Garage Band inventions and his own surreal imagination, Thurber takes us to a 10,000 year class reunion of the students of a space/art/science academy, from which our hero may have been physically expelled some millenia earlier. The first side focuses on the storyline, with music taking an… Read more »
Gary Wilson “Forgotten Lovers” LP Edition of 1000 OUT OF PRINT! New York Surf! First vinyl issue of this collection of rare and unreleased material by one of the most iconoclastic musicians produced by the 1970s. Wilson’s 1977 LP, “You Think You Really Know Me”, is a classic of alternate-universe lounge-wave, and has been cited as choice by everyone from the Residents to Beck Hansen. “Forgotten Lovers” includes unreleased studio tracks from the same period, subsequent single tracks, as well as samples of Wilson’s pre-“You Think You Really Know Me” records (a single and an album) which were more in a porn-soundtrack-jazz-funk vein. Gary has reanimated his career in the last decade, and we raise our hats to him for… Read more »
Happy Jawbone Family Band “Okay Midnight, You Win” LP Edition of 1000 Book Of Fire CD: LP: The second LP (fifth album) by this Vermont / Colorado quintet finds them traipsing ever deeper into the kind of mythic American territory we usually associate with bands who view our landscape from far outside it’s windows. Think of Australia’s Triffids or New Zealand’s Renderers and cross their brilliant Southern Hemisphere inventions with truths only wrenchable from the heart of the beast. There’s a genuine ruralist hoot factor here so smooth that it hits like a ton of silk, but there’s enough killbilly undertow to keep everyone standing nervously around that jug of magic moonshine.