Format: lp

Naujawanan Baidar - Khedmat Be Khalq ()

LP Edition of 1000. Co-Release with Cardinal Fuzz / Radio Khiyaban / Ramble Records 600 x Black Vinyl & 400 x Clear Vinyl Release Date – May 5th – Preorder available –  CLEAR VINYL BLACK VINYL Iconoclastic Afghan-American street music project Naujawanan Baidar makes its long anticipated return with “Khedmat Be Khalq,” its third album and first new release in three years. Originally planned as a “studio debut” in the classic sense, a veritable avalanche of setbacks tangled and delayed the recording process over a span of several years as compounded tragedies – both international and personal – disrupted the project’s intended transition from simply being a ramshackle demo/home-recording outlet for founder N.R. Safi (The Myrrors, et al) into a properly… Read more »

Up-tight - Sweet Sister ()

LP Co-Release with Cardinal Fuzz (UK) Release Date – May 12th, 2023 – Available for preorder.  Finally out – Sweet Sister – this mighty masterpiece of dark and wild psychedelia from the Japanese three-piece legends! Fuzz and reverb drenched jamming sounds from the basements of Hamamatsu evoking the always welcomed ghosts of Amon Düül and Les Rallizes Denudes. “Tokyo psych monsters Up-Tight come out of the classically wasted/drug-damaged school of excessive fuzz and reverb, giving the nod to the endless jam style of Les Rallizes Denudes while spiking their sound with dark downer ballads that owe as much to The Jacks as they do to The Velvet Underground. If you can picture Spacemen 3 circa “The Perfect Prescription” produced by… Read more »

Moon Bros. - The Wheel ( / )

12″ 45rpm Edition of 400. – 100 available – Co-Release with Armadillo Tail Recording Co. Release Date – June 2nd, 2023 – Pre-order available  Moon Bros. is more or less the solo project of guitarist “Fred” Schneider and was brought to our attention by the Queen of Colorado herself (aka Josephine Foster). Fred appears on Foster’s No Harm Done album, and she returns the favor by singing on one of the tunes here. Many of Fred’s earliest recording efforts were done with a variety of Chicago-based post-rock/jazz-flecked combos (The Exciting Trio, HIM, etc.) But for the past few years, he has used Moon Bros. to explore contours of more rurally-based sounds. Employing pedal steel, acoustic guitars, harmonica and vocals, Moon… Read more »

ZOMES - Love’s Lesson ()

LP a co-release between Feedingtube Records and Near Unison.  Release Date – June 9th, 2023 – Preorder available –  Fifth vinyl album (there have been four cassettes as well) by this Baltimore-based duo with international roots. Zomes began as a solo project by Asa Osbourne (ex-Lungfish, The Pupils), and recorded mostly solo drone-based instrumentals for several years. While performing at a festival in Stockholm, Asa met vocalist Hanna Olivegren, who shared his musical conceptions. Zomes’s first record as a duo was 2013’s Time Was (Thrill Jockey), and they have remained a two-piece ever since. The music on Love’s Lessons is largely built around Asa’s simple keyboard washes and drum box, atop which Hanna’s vocals stroll like Little Red Riding Hood… Read more »

Ambassador Hazy - Glacial Erratics ()

LP Edition of 300 Co-Release with Cardinal Fuzz Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records are delighted to make available for you the debut release by Ambassador Hazy – Glacial Erratics – previously pressed as a private press edition of 100 records back in 2020. Ambassador Hazy is a solo recording project by Sterling DeWeese who was previously in a slew of obscure bands including Heavy Hands, Dirty Rainbow, Terrapin Gun, Madison Electric and Black Fantastic.  Glacial Erratics is really a comeback record as Sterling had totally stopped playing for 7 or 8 years after he got married and started a family and the business of life took over – but the calling was always there and as his youngest began… Read more »

BHAJAN BHOY - To Love Is To Love (Vols. 1+2) ()

LP Co-Release with Cardinal Fuzz (UK) Volume One  Volume Two Ajay Saggar is BHAJAN BHOY. Since his debut album was released in June 2020 (“Bless Bless”), Saggar has received an outpouring of critical acclaim for his recorded output and live shows. On Friday 10 March 2023, Bhajan Bhoy will release TWO separate albums on the same day. Bhajan Bhoy’s third and fourth albums are being co-released by two highly respected independent labels—Cardinal Fuzz (UK) and Feeding Tube (USA). Drawing from a deep well of psychedelia, Bhajan Bhoy further shifts the parameters of the genre with a beautiful and meditative set of tracks. Within this kaleidoscopic sonic universe, you will find raga-esque excursions, meditative Dream House drone, Laurel Canyon-recalling folk, electronic… Read more »

Ambassador Hazy - The Door Between ()

LP Edition of 350 Co-Release with Cardinal Fuzz Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records are delighted to present to you the new Ambassador Hazy LP ‘The Door Between’ Following last year’s much loved and long sold out ‘The Traveler’ Ambassador Hazy is back with ‘The Door Between’ (the title taken from an old detective novel) which is a perfect metaphor for album’s explorations into consciousness and perception, seeing the connectedness between all things while also embracing one’s solitude and separation from others.  Themes that were amplified as the record was recorded alone in a basement during a pandemic.  With some new mics and toys featuring on this recording, Sterling experiments a bit more with recording techniques and different sounds which… Read more »

Jackie-O Motherfucker - Manual Of The Bayonet ()

LP Edition of 472. Manual of the Bayonet is hopefully just the first volume of archival recordings by this most excellent destructo-unit from the Pacific Northwest. The material here was recorded in Portland OR, between the years of 1999 and 2001, with some combination of ten members participating in the sessions. We always viewed JOMF as the West Coast version of free-rock collectives like NYC’s No Neck Blues Band and Boston’s Sunburned Hand of the Man. JOMF emerged from the Smegma-damaged wing of the Northwest sub-underground, and when you’d go see them about all you could figure was that the line-up would include Tom Greenwood. Although, now that I think about it, I recall a tour they did with Godspeed!… Read more »

Bruce Russell - Circuits of Omission ()

12″ 45rpm Edition of 440. Herewith is an extraordinary 45 RPM album of solo electronic music by NZ’s great contrarian, Bruce Russell. The pieces were all created using machines built by Clinton Williams, whose musical work under the OMIT monniker has long been championed by Bruce. Unlike many of Williams’s own recordings, which contain kosmiche extensions recalling the ’70s work of Klaus Schulze, the 15 improvised Sonatas presented here mix a few of those sorts of sonorities with a variety of more harshly-edged tones. There are also post-techno references recalling the work of folks like Scott Foust and Stefan Jaworzyn, in addition to the artists to whom some of the pieces are dedicated — musicians Ralf Wehowsky and Martin Rev… Read more »