Format: lp

Spiral Wave Nomads - Magnetic Sky ()

LP Edition of 250.  200 Black Vinyl. 50 White Vinyl. Bandcamp Black Vinyl / White Vinyl OUT OF STOCK  We are happy to inform you that the hotly anticipated third LP by the NY/CT duo, Spiral Wave Nomads, is ready to roll straight through your skull.  Like its predecessors, 2019’s Spiral Wave Nomads (FTR 455) and First Encounters (FTR 577), Magnetic Sky is a deliriously enthralling set of expanding improvisations. Employing the strings of Albany’s Eric Hardiman and the drums of New Haven’s Michael Kiefer, along with electronic tone generation from the both of them, the music here flows like a torrent of highly charged particles. The duo creates massive sonic width and depth by piling up instrumental passages in… Read more »

Jon Collin - Water & Rock Music Volumes 5-6 ()

LP Edition of 200. Another wonderful album by this Swedish-based guitarist/carpenter.  This is the fourth (and I believe final, at least for now) addition to Collin’s series of site-based outdoor recordings. The first three (FTR 399, FTR 418 & FTR 534) were stellar examples of Jon’s finger-thinking, and this one is as well. He seems to have embraced a romantic form of melodicism over the course of these albums, contrasting with some of the harsher blues evocations he’s explored recently. And as much as I enjoy everything Jon plays, there is something very special and satisfying about his more overt beauty-motion. There are four compact pieces on the first side. These have a certain hint of John Renbourn’s attack, but… Read more »

Byron Coley, Ted Lee - As Seen In Your Wildest Dreams ()

LP Edition of 500. Co-Release with Lost Treasures Of The Underworld. If Coley can do anything and, I assure you, he can do a few things, some very well indeed – cooking, drinking, smoking, chortling, collecting, dissecting, inspecting, sniffing, gassing, pranking – to name but a few, he can, without a beat gone by, make you wanna listen to the goddman records he’s criteeking whether it be in old ishes of Forced Exposure, Boston Rock, New York Rocker, or the LA Weekly or his nugget column in Wire. For many his obscurant references to what is already an obscure contempo side can be so layered – as if the review is some kind of lit cuz to Jodorowsky’s spiraling labyrinthian… Read more »

Gunslingers - Supreme Asphalt Doser ()

LP Co-release with Opaque Dynamo & Cardinal Fuzz Twelve year’s after this French trio’s last LP (the mind-ripping Manifesto Zero), guitarist Gregory (GR) Raimo, bassist Matthieu Canaguier and drummer Antoine Hadjioannou have released an album of material recorded back in 2012 (from the sessions as the Massacre-Rock Deviant Inquisitors EP). And it is another wild brew of destructo rock madness played with a timeless ferocity that lends it the sort of proto-punk MASS that defies its actual date of creation. GR has released other nutsloid records in the interim — The GR Record Head (Cardinal Fuzz) and the mysterious Electric Rockin’ Chair LP (FTR507) by Hôpital De La Conception — but there’s a special, uniquely strange grit to the way the Gunslingers put together… Read more »

Human Hand - Tremor ()

LP Edition of 500. Co-Release with Cardinal Fuzz. The Human Hand live combo comprises Joe Hollick (Wolf People – Jagjaguwar Records, solo), Karl Eden (John Peel favourites tRANSELEMENt) and Jonathan Dickin (MUMS, Honey Spider, Bleak) Joe and Karl met at an Acid Mothers Temple show in 2012 before realising they both lived minutes away from each other in neighbouring sleepy Lancashire Pennine villages. They performed a number of shows together as a wig-out loose improv duo channelling heavy motorik grooves, Anatolian suffused lead lines, a general layer of Northern skuzz tied together with Joe’s signature guitar work. Early HH recordings were juxtaposed by being captured at extremely low volume due to necessity as the only available opportunity was to work… Read more »

Rob Noyes & Joseph Allred - Avoidance Language ()

LP Edition of 450. 2nd pressing pressed in blue vinyl.    bandcamp  There have been some very cool guitar duo LPs over the years — Bert Jansch & John Renbourn’s Bert & John, Danny Kalb & Stefan Grossman’s Crosscurrents, Jody Harris & Robert Quine’s Escape, Charalambides’ Joy Shapes, Bill Orcutt & Michael Morley’s Electric Guitar Duets, any comp of Kansas Joe McCoy & Memphis Minnie, etc. — but there has never been one quite like Avoidance Language. It is a wild-eyed classic from start to finish . Ostensibly a meeting between two guitarists lurking around the Boston area (although Rob has since moved to Japan), Joseph’s mastery of other instruments (harmonium and banjo) affords the pair a wider range of… Read more »

Naujawanan Baidar - Volume 1 & 2 ()

2LP Edition of 497. Gatefold / Heavy Vinyl includes download slip. Artwork – N.R. Safi.    Pitchfork Review by Marc Masters 2nd Pressing –  Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube records are proud to bring to you, Naujawanana Baidar – Volume 1 & 2 on double heavy black vinyl.Naujawanan Baidar (Farsi for Enlightened Youth) is the project of artist and musician N.R. Safi (The Myrrors)With roots in the now-endangered sounds of 1960s-80s Afghan cassette culture, Naujawanan Baidar filters the traditional music of Safi’s paternal heritage through a labyrinth of buzzing drones, tape manipulation, and fuzz-drenched percussion, warping both traditional and popular forms into a tangled mass of tape-saturated noise inspired by the very medium that once carried them.Traditional folk instruments (both… Read more »

More Klementines - Who Remembers Light ()

LP Edition of 340. Co-Release with Twin Lakes Records. Four years after their magnificent, eponymous debut, this Connecticut trio returns to vinyl with another brain-blurring set of tunes. Picking up where that LP left off, drummer Michael Kiefer, guitarist/vocalist Jon Schlesinger and guitarist/bassist/mandolinist/electronics/mark tree-rep, Steubs, dig ever deeper into the pulse of the Earth. The first track here, “Hot Peace,” sounds like stuttering, shimmering emanations from the core of the planet. Remember that episode of the Superman TV show, where mole men come up out of the world’s deepest oil well? The instrumental parts of this album remind me of those little dudes. Because everything they touched started glowing. And even though one gets the feeling there’s more than a… Read more »

4 Letter Words - Band in Boston ()

LP Edition of 200. As the ’80s dawned, Phil Milstein was living in Central Square in Cambridge, setting type and working on the machinations of the Velvet Underground Appreciation Society. He was also beginning to explore his musical alter-ego, Pep Lester, with the first evidence of this appearing on an L.A.F.M.S. comp tape. Phil was also a maniacal tape trader in those days, and one of the people he regularly swapped mixes with was a juvenile delinquent from Athol, Massachusetts named Dana Hatch, whom he’d met when he bought a copy of Phil’s VU fanzine What Goes On from him. Dana and a couple of his high school pot buddies started a band called The Rags to make a bunch… Read more »

Eugene Chadbourne - Mourning of the Praying Mantis / Worms With Strings ()

LP Edition of 330. Bandcamp. This is the first in a series of Feeding Tube vinyl releases devoted to the Insect and Western catalog of recordings, newly mastered and often with added material. “Mourning of the Praying Mantis” was created in the earliest series of Insect and Western scores, first performed by the “Bull Fiddle” contrabass quartet of Oakland in 1996. Following what I felt was a classic interpretation by the Insect and Western Party trios and quartets, the piece circulated through the evenings devoted to my Insect and Western music at concerts taking place around the United States. By 1997 I had an interesting and diverse set of recordings in a variety of media and assembled a long version… Read more »