No Nihilist Spasm Band in Mulhouse
(Les Mondes Mental) LP $14.00
Canadian monsters of broken rock improv recorded live in eastern France in front of 15 people going mental. One of the final recordings with the late Hugh McIntyre. John Boyle (kazoo and drums), John Clement (guitar and drums), Bill Exley (voice and more), Murray Favro (guitar), Hugh McIntyre (bass), Art Pratten (pratt-a-various).
(Lion Productions) Used CD $10.00
2014 reissue of the 1968 album by these Canadian national treasures. Begun as a twisted New Orleans-style “spasm band” that provided the kazoo chorus for an experimental film, the shrieks, screams, skronks and screeches begin immediately. Freedom, hilarious anger, homemade instruments, glorious bedlam. Sealed.
Nothing Is Forever
(Wintage - WRT-99) LP $18.00 (Out-of-stock)
The legendary first warriors of noise bring forth four new head-hitting masterpieces of No Music, laid down at London, Ontario's Forest City Gallery. Red vinyl. Edition of 500.
(Bimbo Tower - BTR09) 2xLP $23.25 (Out-of-stock)
NSB (John B. Boyle, John Clement, Bill Exley, Murray Favro, Art Pratten, and Aya Onishi) join SP2 (Laurent Berger, Sébastien Borgo, Rémy Bux) in a musical confrontation where the former’s anti-academic improvisation and no-technique playing oppose the latter’s raw post-punk mixed with concrete music composition. Recorded at La Mer Rouge Studio in 2006.