Format: lp

Anthroprophh - German Oak ()

LP Edition of 500. Heavy Black Vinyl  Co-Released with Cardinal Fuzz Release Date – December 4th, 2020 – Preorder Available – Please Note : Ships when they arrive. All you need to know is Anthroprophh release records on Rocket Recordings and every so often I get to release one and with ‘German Oak’ you are getting a release that is both unique and very special. Side One is a 17 minute Freak Out / Meltdown / Brain Buzz of a mother fucker – Imagine a star collapsing in upon itself and I reckon you have the sound of German Oak. Side Two is 4 tracks all melded together – 2 tracks of hypnotic minimal electronic bliss meld into a Tacoma… Read more »

Dead Sea Apes Adam Stone Black Tempest - Dataland ()

LP Edition of 500 (250 x Cream Vinyl with Heavy Berry Splatter (picture is a mock up) 250 x Black Vinyl) Release Date – January 29th – Preorder available. We are pleased to announce our forthcoming album DATALAND, a collaboration with Black Tempest and Adam Stone achieved mainly through internet data transfer during the Covid lockdown of 2020. Insistent, evolving electronic sounds encounter a variety of guitars and percussion, from the clockwork kosmische of ‘Lost Hours’ to the stumbling nosie dub of ‘Shop Soiled’, while Adam Stone’s words meditate on life in the post-industrial west, our increasingly atomised and data-driven society and its logical conclusion in a corporatised dystopia. ‘Dataland’ is a meditation upon the average existence of a ‘developed-world’… Read more »

Spiral Wave Nomads - First Encounters ()

LP Edition of 250. Co-Released with Twin Lakes Records Release Date – January 1st, 2021 – Preorder available. Paradoxically, the second LP by Spiral Wave Nomads documents the first time Albany-based guitarist Eric Hardiman and New Haven-based drummer Michael Kiefer attempted to play as two humans inhabiting the same locus inside the time/space continuum. The pair had been trading files and music for a good while. Their eponymous debut LP (FTR 455/TLR 027) was produced remotely and released too much rapture in May 2019. But they had never actually played together until later in that summer. First Encounters is raw documentation of what happened when they walked into the studio at Eric’s, house, set up and let the music flow. … Read more »

Dead Sea Apes & Black Tempest - Sun Behind The Sun (Mirri Board Sleeve Edition) ()

LP Edition of 500. Release Date – January 29th, 2021 – Pre-order available. Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records are proud to present a long awaited reissue of Dead Sea Apes & Black Tempest – The Sun Behind The Sun. This re-issue is presented in a reflective Mirri Board reflective outer sleeve. Manchester’s Dead Sea Apes and Godalming’s Black Tempest engage in a mind meld of galactic proportions on this; both band’s first outing on vinyl. Both entities weave together seamlessly as Grey Alphabets recalls Goblin’s giallo soundtracks, whilst Wilder Penfield pulses with post-punk metal-loid Harmonia kraut vibes. Side 2 is given over to the 25+minute Heliopause – a dubby astral meditation, where Oneida meet Tangerine Dream in an elongated… Read more »

Dead Sea Apes - Night Lands ()

LP Edition of 500 Co-Release with Cardinal Fuzz  (90x Random colour eco-vinyl in stock)  OUT OF PRINT REPRESS – Twisted Stripe Vinyl / Gloss Lam Sleeve. Release Date – January 29th, 2021 – Preorder available. Hot on the heels of last year’s drone masterpiece, The Free Territory (FTR 457), comes this hot bowl of noodles from Manchester’s most elegantly wasted quintet. And while there might be apt comparisons to be made to some of the best current psych purveyors, the central thrill provided  by these sounds makes me think of naught but prime Bay Area ballroom scene acid spew.  The guitar lines unspool like electrical cables filled with acid punch, and remain crackling in the air for moments longer than you… Read more »

Les Conversions - Cassette ()

LP Edition of 300. Co-Released with Drowned Lands FTR is tickled pink to present the second album in the Drowned Lands series, a group of recordings selected by Jason Meagher from recordings made at his Black Dirt Studio. Les Conversions are the trio of Dave Shuford, Pat Murano and Jason himself, three musicians first recognized for their work with the legendary No Neck Blues Band. Their first two LPs, Les Conversions (Kelipah) and Snowwhite (Holidays) were recorded during a single 2011 session and both brim with long form no rules brain fucking that is damn hard to put your finger on,. Suffice to say that of all the countless projects associated with NNCK, Les Conversions are in some ways the… Read more »

The Left Outsides - Are You Sure I Was There ()

LP Edition of 700 Pressing (200 x Ltd Cream and 450 on Heavy Black Vinyl. Full size double sided insert Co-Released with Cardinal Fuzz BLACK VINYL CREAM VINYL At last, a new studio LP from superb London duo, The Left Outsides, to follow up on 2018’s amazing All That Remains.  The basic building blocks remain the same — half of the sound is Alison Cotton and her viola and keys, the other half is Mark Nicholas with a stunning array of guitars — but the structures they create this time are darker and more forbidding than their antecedents. This album feels very much a piece of the season in which it is being released, as the leaves strip themselves from trees… Read more »

Loren Connors - Unaccompanied Acoustic Guitar Improvisations Vol.1 ()

LP / Linear Notes by Byron Coley  Edition of 500 Co-Released with Negative Glam Here is the first volume of protean solo improvisations recorded by Loren Connors in his artist’s garret in New Haven, Connecticut. It was committed to tape on February 20, 1979 and pressed to vinyl soon after. As with the two earlier LPs on Loren’s Daggett label, singer/recorder-player Kath Bloom also appears on this record, although only on the second side. Those prior LPs were both issued in 1978, The first was Acoustic Guitar/Gifts a split LP with Loren solo on one side and with Kath joining him on the flip. The second was Fields, which I have been assured uses the same split format.  Although most… Read more »

Alison Cotton - Only Darkness Now ()

LP Edition of 300. Co-Released with Cardinal Fuzz. Artwork – Luke Drodz Here is the second solo LP by the wonderful London-based singer/multi-instrumentalist Alison Cotton. Originally issued on cassette by the mighty Bloxham Tapes, just about everyone who heard Only Darkness Now suggested it might make for an excellent LP. And hey — they were right. Alison’s debut LP ‘All Is Quiet at the Ancient Theatre’ received wide ranging critical acclaim from placing in the Guardians Writers Album Of The Year to placing in the Quietus Albums of the Year. Ms. Cotton has a storied past performing with Saloon and The Eighteenth Day of May, and she still may be found doing likewise with The Left Outsides. And don’t get me… Read more »

The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol - Berserkir Volume II ()

LP Edition of 300. Co-Released with Cardinal Fuzz. Artwork – Brett Savage Purple Galaxy Vinyl  Dateline unknown…emanations from a planet in meltdown. The universal cosmic event tracker estimates between 22 to 52 points of possible physical contact with The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol but it has lost count. This Canadian improve unit have over the last few years started to get the gushing love and attention they have always deserved. Like all the best artists, they do not fit snugly into any genre – as from one moment to the next their ability to create cosmically juiced up and fucked up music which in many cases when played and recorded was the first time and last time said… Read more »