Oaxaca Dawn / Bamboo

(Elevator Bath - eeaoa032 ) LP picture disc $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Raw, unadulterated, unpretentious snapshots of the early morning cracking of dawn in Oaxaca, Mexico, and a windy afternoon in a Hana bamboo forest on Maui, Hawaii. Recchion says he was “struck by the cacophony of sounds” of the former, which he describes as “a barnyard turned up to 11.” Regarding the latter, he says he “noticed three distinct sounds (though there are more): the wood block clunking of the stocks, the squeaking of the thin branches flicking and slipping off neighboring plants, and the white noise rustling of the leaves on top of the giant clusters.” Edition of 250.



(Elevator Bath) Used LP + 7-inch $20.00

This subtle and remarkably controlled collection of atmospheres mostly began life as music for filmmaker / puppeteer Janie Geiser’s play Invisible Glass, an adaptation of Poe’s William Wilson. Rich and surprising compositions that create a sound world intended to drench theater-goers from the moment they enter until their departure. 180-gram vinyl. Include download card. Sealed


Where Were You On Christmas

(Meeuw Muzak - MM032) 7-inch $6.75 (Out-of-stock)

A yuletide single from long-running Los Angeles avant-garde pioneer Tom Recchion. Limited edition pressing, Dutch import.