Releases

Angered Wrecks - Beenies, Booze and R&R 1981

LP Edition of 400. (Heavy Black Vinyl) Co-Released with Cardinal Fuzz.  Presented in a 350gsm Matt Laminated Outer Sleeve with a full size 2 sided insert Release Date – January 21st, 2022 – Pre-order available. Take the freaked-out punked up soul of The Stooges and MC5 mix that with 60s garage trash, blend in Sabbath, AC/DC and heavy rock n roll and then hot wire that sound to a handful of freaks located in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Here it is that The Angered Wrecks were located – in an old Victorian style house in downtown Fredericton. It was here they set up a permanent rehearsal space on the main floor taking up the dining room and living room area with… Read more »

The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol - Ensemble 2016 ()

LP Edition of 400. – All Black Vinyl Heavy. Co-Released with Cardinal Fuzz Release Date – January 21st, 2022 – Pre-order available. Cardinal Fuzz and Feeding Tube Records are pleased to bring your way The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol – Ensemble 2016. Recorded of the floor in August 2016 in the spiritual setting of Birdman Sound – 8 players made up the iteration of the always mutating ensemble cast, who were as follows – John Westhaver, Nathaniel Hurlow, Bill Guerrero, Jason Vaughan, Dave Reford, Scott Thompson, Mark McIntyre and Eric Larock. The session for Ensemble went down at their spiritual home of Birdman Sound in Ottawa in August 2016 where what you hear on record was recorded direct… Read more »

Andrea Pensado / id m theft able - Quarantunes Series no.022 / 037 ( / )

12” Lathe edition of 28. Numbered. Risograph loose leaf front / back art printed at LOOKYHERE. Release Date – January 28th, 2022 – Pre-order available –  Two of the shorter QuaranTunes sessions presented as a feature length meeting of the minds. What could be better? Andrea’s side was recorded on the evening of Friday Sept. 11, 2020 from her Salem MA parlor. Seated with a strap-on microphone, Andrea created an amazing collage of live vocal manipulations, interspersed with machine sounds, all presented with beautiful primitive visual overlays and alterations. Pensado is always exploring some new weird sound cave or another, and the one she spelunks here is wonderfully berserk.  id m theft able’s side was performed on Christmas Day 2020,… Read more »

Delphine Dora & Jackie McDowell - The Dream of Change ()

CS Edition of 150. The initial collaborative seed for The Dream of Change was planted back in 2016 when Delphine Dora invited Jackie McDowell to release some of her solo work on her now-defunct micro-label, Wild Silence. This invitation resulted in McDowell’s masterfully crafted drone-folk song cycle, New Blood Medicine. Fast forward two years to when Dora was immersed in the process of recording, L’inattingible, her most ambitious and highly orchestrated full length, and she once again reached out to McDowell to provide some vocal arrangements for a few pieces on the album. Given their affinity for wide-reaching folk songcraft and avant composition, along with their shared interests in poetry, literature, nature, and inner inquiry, Dora and McDowell constellated with… Read more »

Michael Hurley - Blue Navigator ()

LP edition of 1000. Second Pressing. Pleased as punch are we to be reissuing Michael Hurley’s long-lost 1984 album, Blue Navigator. Admittedly, Secret Seven and Mississippi collaborated on a dandy 8-track version a decade ago, but the record has mostly been available as an obscure import CD — if at all — for many a year. The reason for this is that the Rooster Records hq burned down in 1987, taking master tapes, extra covers and whatever else there was with it. This was a general bummer, but especially so for us Hurley fans, since his final LP with Rounder was Snockgrass in 1980, and he didn’t hook up with Fundamental to do Watertower until 1987. The disappearance of Blue… Read more »

Dan Melchior - QuaranTunes Series no. 053 ( / )

12″ Edition of 26. Numbered / Risograph looseleaf cover / back art printed at LOOKYHERE. Recorded Friday April 16, 2021, here we find ex-pat UK polymath, Dan Melchior in full-on solo acoustic mode. This is just one of Dan’s many guises inside the fields of musical and visual arts, but it’s a damn good one. This evening’s performance was recorded inside a Carboro NC bathroom (legendary for its good acoustics), and we are tempted to say the post-modern skiffle revival begins here.  Dan’s plays a couple old songs, a couple covers (Mississippi Joe Callicott & Bobby Charles!!!) and a bunch of new ones that combine the cynical edge and humorous juxtaposition that marks much of his work across all forms…. Read more »

Myriam Gendron - Ma Delire ( / )

CD Edition of 800. Bandcamp link.  2LP version coming out in February 2022. / 2LP Co-release with Les Albums Claus Vinyl preorder wont ship until February…hopefully…. Unavailable for pre-order. FE will have instock soon…. / Cassette Edition of 200. 1st Edition OUT OF PRINT 2nd Pressing – It has been a while since the release Myriam’s acclaimed 2014 debut album, Not So Deep As a Well (FTR 148). The intervening years have brought a smattering of live performances, a bouquet of children, Trump’s Pandemic, and much more. For someone who likes to read and ponder as much as Ms. Gendron does, there has been plenty to mull over. Different concepts for a new album were broached, but the seed of Ma… Read more »

Joshua Burkett - If You Can’t Wander The Waffle Wonder In Drizzle ()

LP Edition of 300. This is a reissue of Josh’s 2020 LP, originally released on his own Mystra label, many copies of which ended up being warped. Rather than deny his fans the aural pleasures they so richly deserve, Feeding Tube stepped in to offer some assistance in getting a flatter pressing together. We hope this works out for you. If You Can’t Wander is the seventh LP Josh has released since 1995 and it may be his quietest, most songwriterly effort yet. Of course there are the occasional bloops of electronics (or what have you) that tend to pop up in his much of work, but the bulk of the sound here is acoustic guitar and solo vocals, presented… Read more »

Bruce Russell - QuaranTunes Series no.039 ( / / )

12″ Single Sided lathe. Edition of 33. Numbered. Loose leaf risograph cover / back art printed at LOOKYHERE. On the morning of Saturday January 8, 2021 (Friday evening back on the East Coast of the U.S.), Bruce Russell waltzed his big black sneakers into his front room on New Zealand’s South Island, and tore a breakfast-sized hole in the cosmos.  Russell’s insane knack for producing aural belligerence with his guitar and pedals is legendary. Generations of Dead C fans have swooned amidst its sonic shadows, and Bruce’s many other solo and group projects over the last three-decades-plus have been pretty damn stellar. But I’ve never heard him in exactly the form he achieved for this one. There’s a contained quality… Read more »

The Doozer - Convalescence ()

LP Edition of 500. Co-Released with Low Company Records We are most pleased to present the seventh LP by The Doozer, now based in Edinburgh, but still creating a sound we feel has deep roots in Cambridge England. Convalescence is a somewhat sparser trip than his last album, 2018’s Figurines (FTR 360), but the quality of the songs will be balm to those who have missed his presence. With gentle accompaniment from multi-instrumentalist Ben Kingsbury, Lance Whitehead and Eddie Goodban, the tracks here were recorded in Edinburgh in the summer of 2019, before the shit hit the fans, but some of the songs feel as though they were precipitated by a personal apocalypse, and I’m pretty sure that’s something we… Read more »