Chinese Gongfu Poker

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Each card depicts a martial artist engaged in a combat stance.



(Impermanent) Magazine $8.00

The premier of Dustin Krcatovich’s squirmalicious publication. Interviews with The Space Lady, Ben Russell, and Dominic Coppola. Plus: Fargo, North Dakota scene report by Austin James Marts; the making of “The Ventures In Space” by Forest “Sikk Laffter” Juziuk; an essay by Nobody (fka Willis Earl Beal); a short play by Anna Vitale; noise poetry by James Victor Yeary; and drawings by Ash Wyatt


New Zealand Underground Sound in Fanzine Interviews 1991–1999

(Marhaug Forlag) paperback book $35.00 (Out-of-stock)

Noel Meek’s collection includes interviews, artwork and texts by and/or about Alastair Galbraith, A Handful Of Dust, Omit, Bruce Russell, Gate, Surface Of The Earth, Sandoz Lab Technicians, The Dead C, Witcyst, Roy Montgomery, Dadamah, Dean Roberts, Peter Stapleton, The Garbage And The Flowers, Clare Pannell, Kim Pieters, Thela, Bill Direen, Dress, Flies Inside The Sun. 308pp



(ALAP - ALAP1) paperback book $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

With Runzelstirn & Gurgelstock; Gary Mundy and Broken Flag; Carlos Giffoni and No Fun; The Rita's Sam McKinlay and the politics of HNW; G.X. Jupitter-Larsen and thirty years of The Haters; Mark Durgan and Putrefier; Dan Johansson and Sewer Election; Jean-Luc Angles and Zone Nord; Patrick Barber and Apraxia; Phil Julian and Cheapmachines; Scotland today; Climax Denial; Alien Brains, Storm Bugs and Anti-Messthetics; John Smith and Interchange; Tunnel Canary; Static Aktion Records; Nicole Chambers and Ides; Scott Foust and classic albums; opinion columns by John Olson (Wolf Eyes), Andy Ortmann (Panicsville), Mikko Aspa (Grunt), Hicham Chadly (Nashazphone), Steve Underwood (Harbinger Sound), Jonas Kellagher (Segerhuva), C. Spencer Yeh (Burning Star Core), and Mark Wharton (Idwal Fisher).



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Number Eight

(Greg Lane) Used paperback book $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

The Cultural Miracle from February 1996: “For all its great cable channels, the excellent new global cyber capitalism is turning out to be a lot like the simple, grinding, exploitative capitalism of a hundred years ago,” writes Thomas Frank in the lead essay, in which he begins to explore the ways we deceive ourselves about our basic economic interests. Mike Newirth pours a nice frosty cosmo for the One Percent, while Tom Vanderbilt calls Skyy vodka’s marketing efforts “a Reaganite shibboleth charted in the barroom.” Aaron Cohen praises Thirties band-leader Artie Shaw; Artie Shaw remembers dealing with the music industry in the Thirties. Gary Groth reads Quentin Tarantino. Daniel Harris writes about gay porn in the age of AIDS. 128pp


Number Eleven

(Greg Lane) Used paperback book $6.00

Mid-Cult Today from June 1998. An issue on middleness, which starts out—of course—with an essay on USA Today and the theory behind that colorful newspaper. Ben Metcalf seethes at the Mississippi River. Tom Vanderbilt explores a California ghost town that has become a federally subsidized film set. Dan Kelly lunches with Rotarians. Kim Phillips-Fein explores the bankruptcy industry and the morality of indebtedness a full ten years before these issues dawned on the rest of the nation. Marc Cooper remembers where he was on September 11, 1973. Also: an entertaining epistolary exchange between Chris Lehmann and Michael Bérubé. 128pp


Number Five

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Alternative To What from December 1993. To fully appreciate this issue of The Baffler, you have to transport yourself to a time when the word “alternative” did not provoke a reflexive cringe. Because the war on corporate culture continues with Steve Albini’s “The Problem with Music,” an essay that compares the act of signing with a major label to traversing a trench filled with “runny, decaying shit.” Plus: Keith White’s legendary takedown of Details magazine. Herbert Mattelart assails world music, Eric Iversen follows the search for the new Seattle, and Thomas Frank probes the nullity that is Pearl Jam. Maura Mahoney deflates the Beat revival, and Tom Vanderbilt wonders about the day when retro culture finally catches its own tail. 168pp. Scuffed cover


Number Seven

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The City in the Age of Information from June 1995. A gimlet stare at what twentieth-century capitalism has done for the American metropolis. Keith White reads city lifestyle magazines. Paul Lukas pays a visit to Times Square, then a retail wasteland. Naomi Klein hangs out at an online café. Maura Mahoney reads Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and finds it depicts Savannah, Georgia, as a Southern Gothic theme park. David Mulcahey reflects on the “Screw Capital of the World”: Rockford, Illinois. Kim Phillips-Fein regrets how lotteries bilk the poor, and Stephen Duncombe rankles at the way cities police them. Plus dialect fiction by Irvine Welsh. 128pp


Number Six

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Dark Age from December 1994: Thomas Frank’s “Why Johnny Can’t Dissent” is a once-in-a-generation lament that made punk rockers everywhere gasp at the futility of their attempts at rebellion. Keith White turns his guns on Wired Magazine, Stephen Duncombe subjects himself to corporate edutainment, and Seth Sanders braves the theme-restaurant wasteland of Chicago’s River North. Joanna Coles describes the collapse of publishing while Charles Bernstein finds a few signs of life. Will Boisvert decodes the management theorists. Tom Vanderbilt bemoans the imperial arrogance of advertisers. David Berman recalls his time as a security guard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 192pp. Some scuffing on cover.


Number Ten

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The Folklore of Capitalism from September 1997. Matt Roth’s classic essay on Amway and how he happened to sign up for it. Thomas Frank reads Babbitt. Tom Vanderbilt marvels at the ubiquity of branding. Nelson Smith provides a history of security alarms. Chris Lehmann pops the culture bubble. Kim Phillips-Fein looks at the urban poverty initiative Bridges-to-Work. Mike Newirth remarks bitterly on the urban gentrification initiative known as Wicker Park. Stephen Duncombe questions why history books written by establishmentarians focus on underdogs. Seth Sanders reviews records, including Atari Teenage Riot’s first compilation and Wu Tang Forever. 128 pages.


Number Thirteen

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Vox Populoid from December 1999. In which The Baffler kicks off a long-running study of American conservatism with a look at the nation’s long parade of kooks and cranks. In it, Jeff Sharlet remembers Westbrook Pegler, the “It Boy of attack journalism.” Dave Mulcahey remembers the backlash bible known as Reader’s Digest. Robert Nedelkoff remembers the black godfather of American fascism. And Dan Raeburn remembers when the beloved comic strip Li’l Abner took its sharp turn to the right. Dan Kelly tells the anti-heroic story of the John Birch Society. Daniel Lazare traces the career of The New Criterion’s Hilton Kramer. Christian Parenti singlehandedly launches the discipline of Seventies Studies with an essay about wildcat strikes. With microfilm-pastiche art by Hunter Kennedy and fiction by Aleksandar Hemon. 120pp


Number Three

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Let’s Deviance! from March 1992. The first appearance of in-house anti-hero Gedney Market, as well as the beginnings of The Baffler’s distinct style of cultural interpretation. To wit: Thomas Frank’s hipster demolition job and Rick Perlstein’s robust analysis of Scooby Doo. 108pp


Number Twelve

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Then Came Nylon from March 1999. Thomas Frank’s classic essay “New Consensus for Old,” lays waste to the academic field of cultural studies. Jim Arndorfer stands in awe of the multilayered historical simulacrum that is Fado Irish Pub. Stephen Duncombe marvels at Cadillac, the historical embodiment of the aspirations of the middle class. Bryan Urstadt gives a blow-by-blow account of the luxuries of a major automobile press jaunt. A forgotten fictional delicacy by Thomas Beer is unearthed. Christian Parenti offers a slab of gritty reporting on the California prison system. Loïc Wacquant translates Pierre Bourdieu’s treatise on neoliberal thought. Plus: Rock n roll is dead, and Mike O’Flaherty says that late capitalism killed it. Cover art by Patrick Welch. 128pp



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With David Tholfsen (two stories told with shadow-puppets by the creative force and vocalist of U.S. Saucer), Melt Banana (interview with Tokyo’s amped-up grandchildren of Gertrude Stein), William Hooker (New York jazz percussion veteran tries to shed light on something -- don’t know what it was, but whatever, okay? -- as Ian Christe smiles politely), Couch (Scott Derr moderates a roundtable discussion with the Bulb Records flagship band, a trio whose numerous “issues” they will not or cannot discuss; includes a tour diary by Jodie McCann of Duotron), Prick Decay (incestuous brother-and-sister duo from Scotland reveal more than all), Alexander Ross (selected writings and drawings by New York artist), Vagtazo Halottkemek (Bruce Russell interviews Attila Grandpierre, world-class astrophysicist and leader of this band of Hungarian shamen; includes excerpts from Grandpierre’s Punk as a Rebirth of Shamanist Folk Music [The Magic Forces of Art at Work]), Macronympha (show-stopping interview with Joe Roemer and Rodger Stella, who discuss their prodigious drug intake, close encounters with transsexuals, mice-eating, terminally ill relatives, the Pope’s big pussy and baboon heart, and numerous other gut-churning topics), and Emil Beaulieau (creepy hate mail to the two-time mayor of Manchester, New Hampshire, and American’s favorite noisician).



(Tedium House - BF13) Magazine + CD $11.00

With Diesel Guitar (Japanese droneur interviewed by Satoru Higashiseto), Ilhan Mimaroglu (Columbia–Princeton post-pioneer and electronic composer interviewed by Scott Foust, with selected excerpts from Mimaroglu’s unpublished autobiography), Le Dernier Cri (French publishers of silkscreened comix and outsider art books, filmmakers, animators, interviewed by Eva Revox), Nautical Almanac (electronic-noise duo who traffic in improvised electronics created with homemade, hotwired and otherwise corrupted gear), Solid Eye (Los Angeles free-music kingpins and improv sound collagists, interviewed by Don Bolles), Universal Indians (Patrick Marley interviews this free-electronics trio from Michigan led by John Olson, who also designs and fabricates the hand-assembled packaging of his own prolific American Tapes label), Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase (free-electronics talk with CCC and fiction by Alesandro Moreshi III), William Winant (interview with the hardest working percussionist in new music, and principle architect behind Sonic Youth’s Goodbye 20th Century), irr. app. (ext.) (surreal autobiographical data, excerpts from the Errata in Excelsus newsletter, and Bosch-like illustrations by electronic deep theorist M.S. (H.) V. Waldron), A.Z. (Dante-esque comics by this former Scissor Girl and Bride of No No leader), Witcyst (collages and an interview, apparently, with beloved New Zealand noise freak), and Nigel Bunn (New Zealand filmmaker, animator, and electricity demon gives Barbara Manning a guided tour of his gadgetry wonderland).



(Tedium House - BF14) Magazine + CD $11.00

With Keiti Ota (prominent Japanese illustrator with a deliciously noir-ish nightmare vibe interviewed by Ukawa Naohiro), Trey Spruance (over-the-top cultural paranoia tracts and denunciations by this member of Mr. Bungle and Secret Chiefs 3), Peg Murray (Cooks ’n’ Chefs ’n’ Their Assistants comix by U.S. Saucer bassist), John Wiese (interview with type designer, member of Bastard Noise, solo noise artist, and curator of Helicopter’s MoonLanding seven-inch series), James Goode (interview with San Francisco-based Mills College postgrad, and a short essay on “phylogenetic music,” excerpted from his Mills thesis), Reynols (photo-autobiography by celebrated Argentinean oddballs who have collaborated with Pauline Oliveros, released recordings of blank tapes and 10,000 chickens, and splashed around the limited edition noise CDR cesspool), Panicsville (hostile interview by Tina Gladden with this Midwest noise artist, raconteur, sculptor whose chosen medium is roadkill sealed in clear plastic, cartoonist with a unique quasi-kaleidoscopic style, and designer of handmade CD jackets for the Nihilist label), Vote Robot (Canadian duo with hotwired reel-to-reel decks and an uncanny knack for creating erotic electro-lullabyes), Polar Goldie Cats (Los Angeles-based instrumental quartet interviewed by Carla Bozulich and Nels Cline), Jazzfinger (English low-decibel noise duo with a strong cinematic sensibility, interviewed by Neil Campbell), and Octavian Nemescu (translation of an essay by Romanian “new complexity” composer [contemporary of Dumitrescu and Anatol Vieru, known for heavily layered, polystructural works for various instrumental combination and tape], calling for a return to conceiving of music as an initiative, participatory event made of “energy ladders").



(Tedium House - BF15) Magazine + CD $0.01

DAMIAN BISCIGLIA, RIP. With Christine Shields (interview with the artist behind the surreal, dreamlike Blue Hole comic book, banjo-player for the Appalachia-influenced Grouse Mountain Skyride [also featuring Dame Darcy and Ian Christe] and Shady Creek Girls), Mal Sharpe (interview with author, jazz musician, and Man-on-the-Street interviewer most well known as half of much loved ’60s prankster duo Coyle and Sharpe), Ana-Maria Avram (translation of an interview by Costin Cazaban with Romanian acousmatic composer and Editions Modern recording artist whose uncompromising, demanding music gives heavyweights like Dumitrescu and Fernando Grillo a run for the money), Volcano the Bear (interview by Neil Campbell with this mind-expanding UK surrealist quartet whose music straddles “a strange, ambiguous line between comforting and terrifying … executed in such a manner that is purely hypnotic”), mad-cow.org (Brandan Kearny interviews Dr. Thomas Pringle, webmaster of this project of the Sperling Biomedical Foundation containing thousands of articles on mad cow and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, prions, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, scrapie, and numerous other crimes against nature that’ll drive us all to veganism), John Crouse (guest editorial and another previously unpublished text by this inspirational author, whose writing his publisher describes as “a non-stop torque conflating the distinctions of sky, people, forest, political costume store; a torque which enhances the writing’s own motions, nightmare, images in forward gear only as: 'historically: (actively) voiding reverse gear.… He makes his own vocabulary rushing forward at full tilt, the 'camel of wow'.' "), Rats With Wings (freeform essay and images by Australian noise artist Bill Burston), Volvox (interview with two members of this Australian band whose leader was brain-injured and comatose after a fall through a skylight; includes a chapter from his book Betrayed by the Senses), and Agog (interview with noise artist Damian Bisciglia who incorporates collage, improvisation, contact-mic-as-instrument and sources such as multitracked loops, shells, balloons, metal heater, springs, matchbox car; includes photos of his nightmarish creatures sculpted from various found materials, and Rohrshach-like comments and descriptions).



(Tedium House - BF16) Magazine + CD $11.00

With Oren Ambarchi (Bill Burston interviews the founder of the Australian Noise Users’ Society, who has made ultrarefined space-station scree with AMM’s Keith Rowe, Sachiko M, Otomo Yoshihide, out-of-control spazzassins Phlegm, The Menstruation Sisters, Robbie Avenaim, et al.), Leif Elggren (interview with Swedish electroacoustic musician, letter-writing prank­ster, dream theorist, national monarch of Elgaland-Vargaland, and conceptual artist whose work ranges from oblique performances to near-static installations), Robert Dayton (Earl Kuck interviews one of Canada’s most notorious extroverts [imagine Nard­wuar as a real human being] about comics and diaries in the self-published Bunyon and his hilarious karaoke duo Canned Hamm), Jason Kahn (interview with quiet percussionist in which onkyo is debunked, and his electronic duo with Toshi Naka­mura is discussed, as well as work with Arnold Dreyblatt, Universal Con­gress Of, and Sainkho Namtchylak), Parmentier (Dylan Nyoukis interviews hyper-relaxed New Zealand expats Rosy Parlane and Dion Workman about their bi-continental “work” as psychotropic electronic musicians; includes sidebar by Marcel Bear about a Parmentier-induced out-of-body experience), Halim El-Dabh (selected excerpts from Denise Seachrist’s biography of the Egyptian-born composer whose pioneering musique concrète predates that of Pierre Schaeffer, and is also noteworthy for an unusual Native American musical influence), Paul Winstanley (another New Zealander interviewed by Dylan Nyoukis, about his time in Texas performing electroacoustic improv/noise with Dave Dove Paul Duo, crashing Lone Star bohemian enclaves, and cruising with Pauline Oliveros’s mother), Lateral Agriculture Order (overview of mysterious, acronym-damaged Italian organization, including discography, particulars about performances, roster of artists (eighty different ones!) and other inexplicabilia).



(Tedium House - BF17) Magazine + CD $11.00

With Jason McLean (Canadian cartoonist talks with Robert Dayton about his hallucinatory style and techniques, and the effect on his work of education, interior decoration, comics, Fluxus and other abstruse art movements, and mental illness), Hetty Maclise (Angus’s wife and collaborator recounts how they met, her art editorship at The Oracle in the ’60s, homeopathic uses of LSD, and her life as an artist in Spain, Morocco, Mexico, San Francisco, and New York), Lara Allen (the exploits of a high school bad girl and the deprogramming subsequently inflicted upon her, problematic theatrical experiences, her series of consistently eerie paintings of old family photos, acting, and film­making), Jazzkammer (Lasse Marhaug chats with David Cotner about mainstream Hollywood flicks, cult films, the Nordic singles scene (both 45s and dating), Norwegian culture, Viking blood, and communication through music and abstract sound with John Hegre, Tore Bøe, Del, and Origami Republika), Astro (Hiroshi Hasegawa instructs Dylan Nyoukis in the ways of reaching “final paradise” and achieving “freedom from everything” via Moog synthesizer, field recordings and computers; he also discusses soundtrack work, collaborations with a who’s who of Japanese space noise huffers, and the shocking truth about C.C.C.C.), The Towne Dandies (Geoff Ellsworth’s homemade, props-heavy musical theater, the history of the band, paying the rent (which can involve processing ham), life under a microscope in a small town, and fledging jingle-writing venture Barefoot Hockey Goalie), Paul Dutton (Canadian soundsinger and author talks about his work with ’70s sound poets The Four Horsemen and free improv trio CCMC, literary efforts and visual poems, the nature of expression through sound, and various giants in the gibberish tradition, from Schwitters and the dadaists through Bob Cobbing), and Carla Bozulich (her Sound.-produced event at the Schindler House, self-described as “new music dressed up like a party meets a social event disguised as art,” reimagined as comics).



(Tedium House - BF18) Magazine + CD $11.00 (Out-of-stock)

With Nelson Gastaldi (lost and overlooked Argentinean psycho-spatial composer found and restored by South America’s premier avant sideshow barkers Reynols; topics include pure sound, ethnomusicology, paranormal occurences), Burning Star Core (autodidact C. Spencer Yeh tracks his development from adolescent pyromaniac to violin/electronics/voice icono­clast, with sidetrips as a writer of unreadable fiction, painter, documentarian, Cincinnati gallery brat, and live venue doyen), Joe Colley (easily fixated Crawl Unit noise mumbler issues subdued proclamations on field recordings, arcane electronic gadgets, public invisibility, charalatans and quacks), Monotract (Dylan Nyoukis gets schooled in Big Apple wisdom by this group of beach-blanket acidheads and New York City improv tour guides), David Lester (Mecca Normal guitarist’s surreal, interdisciplinary comics that combine choreography, quasi-clip art, collage, painting, text and typography), and Jim Leftwich (texts, images, collages and other hors de guerre by experimental writer, visual poet, xtant editor and Juxta publisher).



(Royal Sperm) Magazine $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

Unless you’re one of those personality-hating flatliners who’d rather embrace checklist culture than be surprised by a confusing mess that requires a sense of humor, an imagination, and the patience to answer the question “wait, what?” every time you turn the page, you’ve probably been pining for a zine exactly like this. A marvelous collection of work by WTF warriors and weirdos ascendant hand-recruited by Andy Bolus, including Leif Elggren, Murder Can Be Fun, Runciter Corp, Martin Howse, John Olson, Duncan Harrison, Philip Best, Suzy Poling, Heath Moerland, S. Glass, Cody Brant. 60 pages. Imported from France


Issue #5

(Blood Book) Magazine + 7-inch $40.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Boyd Rice, Merzbow, Francis Bacon, Lisa Carver, and Taint. Thirty-six pages, photocopy. Includes seven-inch with “ATF Assault” and “Jagged Visions ’96” by Integrity, and The Kids oF Widney High doing “Let’s Get Busy” and “Pretty Girls.”


All Bone Shockers

(Le Dernier Cri) Magazine $60.00 (Out-of-stock)

Fifty-six pages of painting / collage / comix by the mutant behind Evil Moisture. Nightmares getting eaten by other nightmares, shat out and sculpted into all new dementia reveries. Your eyes will go fuckin’ nuts looking at this. Every page is silkscreened, a total of eighteen inks used throughout the book. Order from Tedium House and receive a free copy of Bananafish #13, which includes an interview with Pakito and Caroline aka Le Dernier Cri.


Munterated Merropity

(Chocolate Monk - choc.560) Magazine + CDR $13.50 (Out-of-stock)

Whether or not you believe that the gloved mouse is pulling the levers to our reality, Kentucky curveball Andy Heck Boyd is here to bring more confusion to the seed swap. Priscilla Presley is watching Pinocchio on mute, someone decided to eat all Paul McCartney’s food, the mouse died three days in a row, there is a neon slime face-sit, and so much more to decipher. Just be sure to take a right at the end of Spalding Lane. Energize! Energize! Energize! 36 pages, color. Includes Parking Lot three-inch CDr featuring The Frankenberrys and The Gay Zorros, six-by-four photograph, and one-inch badge. Numbered edition of 54


Fuck Piss

(Chocolate Monk) Magazine + CDR $12.00

In which the Moustache of Mainz (Brandstifter) collages together a 12-page full-colour zine from lost-and-found scraps sent to him from the Portland Peasant (Brant) while the roles are flipped when Brant collages together a short album of sonic nonsense from recordings sent to him from Brandstifter. As delightful as you would expect and with enough random strangeness to send Q-Anon nutters into a froth with their eyes smarting. One person’s detritus is a another fool’s symbolism. Numbered edition of 67


Obscure Giants of Acoustic Guitar

(Tompkins Square) Deck Of Cards $18.00

Thirty-seven trading cards designed by Seattle-based artist. Portraits and biographical details.


Volume III, No. 1, Jan VI, Anno Satanus

(Church of Satan) Used magazine $66.60

Announcements about books and films, letters to the editor, a roster of members, and essays (“Offensive Defense for Satantists” by Anton LaVey, “Aleister Crowley in Theory and Practice,” Joe Ferrante’s “Curse the Christian Church,” and “Communications and Attitude in Lesser Magic” by G. Byron Driscoll. Original mimeograph from 1971, stapled in upper left corner. Some small tears. 20pp.


Stairway to Heaven: Led Zeppelin Uncensored

(HarperCollins) Used paperback book $6.00

Written by their tour manager of twelve years. From 1992. 442pp with photos


A Ella Le Gusta La Casalina (Dame Mas Casalina!) Como Le Encanta La Casalina

(Ultra Eczema - UE74) paperback book $28.00 (Out-of-stock)

In August 2009, Tyfus and Colson (among others) went to a mountaintop house in Spain for a week of food, alcoholic beverages, swimming, and -- most importantly -- drawing and collaging. All are collected in this 240-page book. Raw sketches, detailed black and white drawings, Penelope Cruz madness, sexy times, colorful curly noses, etc. 500 copies


Greatest Hits

(Destijl - IND166) paperback book $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

The debut anthology of short stories, previously published in photocopied micro-editions by Connor’s Poppy Books imprint. 200+ pages with a forward by Nick Forgacs.


Therapeutic Effects

(Chocolate Monk - choc.533) Magazine + CDR $13.25 (Out-of-stock)

Solo works and collaborations cooked up in both the audio and visual realms. The full-color stapled A5 booklet features paintings, collages and life pointers. The accompanying disc comes in a one-off hand-collaged cover and gives you a solo track from each Wino Lodge dweller and a spun-out hand hold. Remain prescribed to the outer edge. Includes stickers, badge. Numbered edition of 50


To Free A Generation

(Collier) Used paperback book $12.00

Interventions and explorations of the roots of social violence, first given voice at the legendary Dialectics of Liberation congress, held in London in 1967, by Stokely Carmichael, Herbert Marcuse, R. D. Laing, Paul Sweezy, and others. Against a backdrop of rising student frustration, racism, class inequality, and environmental degradation, the conference aimed to create genuine revolutionary momentum by fusing ideology and action on the levels of the individual and of mass society.


Ghoul Town Tales

(Dai Coelacanth) Magazine $6.50 (Out-of-stock)

Sixty-odd pages of loose mumbo jumbo, paranoia, gardening tips, and occasionally fictitious bedtime reading. All words, no pictures. So many words it will make you sick. Like a Northern English Blaster Al Ackerman. Lard for the soul.


Ghoul Town Tales Three

(Dai Coelacanth) Magazine $6.50

How does the final part of the trilogy end? The lives, loves and lost hope of the cast and crew of intergalactic soap opera “Pagan Satellites” come crashing down. Wigs get worn. Milk gets drunk. Is this the end for Sick Larry? Will Nancy continue wearing green till the final page? Thicker than other volumes. More words. Less white space. White space is a symbol of corporate fascism. Death to the minimalists.


Ghoul Town Tales Two

(Dai Coelacanth) Magazine $5.50

Further rambling word garble from the demented street poet of England’s North. Burroughs in a flatcap with a gluebag tight in hand. “Metal Suzi dirty as a birthday.” Sixty-four pages


Faeiry Food

(Dame Darcy) Cookbook $12.75 (Out-of-stock)

Vegetarian, vegan and raw food recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, snacks, and drinks. Illustrated, of course, by everyone’s favorite gothic Lolita. All pages are photocopied on the full rainbow of colored paper; front and back cover is adorned with a solid layer of glitter; hand-bound with ribbons, binder style. Signed by the author. Eighty pages.



(Merrell) Hardcover book $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

In a post-apocalyptic world, the search for precious gasoline pits a family of orphaned witches against conniving nihilists who lurk in the decaying urban sprawl. The family must learn to forsake a life of materialism and adopt new alternative means of living in order to survive. A fantastical and eco-conscious gothic tale of danger, heartbreak and the perseverance of magic and love. Copiously illustrated. Signed by the author. 192 pages.


Handbook For Hot Witches

(Henry Holt And Company) Hardcover book $13.50 (Out-of-stock)

(Henry Holt And Company) Hardcover book, bejeweled $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

This illustrated guide to magic, love, and creativity by everyone’s favorite supernatural mermaid is a graphic novel with a dash of crafts, a sprinkle of feminist fairy tales, and a whole cauldron of spells. Plus: how to play banjo, read palms, belly-dance, read Tarot cards, and read crystal balls. Signed by the author. 200 pages.
Bejeweled edition includes seashells, doilies, mirrors, jewels, charms, flower, keys, baubles, toys, hand-affixed to the cover.


Meat Cake #17

(Fantagraphics) Comic book $6.75 (Out-of-stock)

In which God is revealed to the Faeiry Sisters, who of course get into a fight over it. Zombies are rescued from a greedy prince who makes clothing from the silk of spiders on his secluded island in the tropics. Wax Wolf and Perfidia get nice and soused. Trixxie Roxx stars in “The Horrors of Fame” in what everyone’s favorite Victorian hick describes as “a punk-rock version of those cheesy 1940s romance novels where the girls are going through hyperdrama all the time.” Plus knitting instructions!


Meat Cake #2

(Dame Darcy) Comic book $20.00

Pre-Fantagraphics era (June 1991). “Hello Tetantus,” “Bouncing Bundles of Joy,” “Spiders in Secret Code,” “Rocked,” “My Elecrric Blanket,” “Passionaite,” Kittens,” “The Irony of Life,” If Wishes Were Fishes,” “Richard Dirt and Fair-Faced Ulna Go On A Fancy Type Date,” “Bat and Butterfly Team,” “Fun at a Pre-School,” and more. Color photocopy cover with hand-glued glitter accents. 32pp


Mermaid Tarot Deck

(Dame Darcy) Deck Of Cards $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

Seventy-eight cards based on the classic Rider deck, illustrated with a mermaid / nautical theme. In a drawstring bag to protect and purify the energy of the cards between use.


Paper Doll Dreams

(Dame Darcy) Coloring book $12.75 (Out-of-stock)

An interactive cut-out coloring book with all of your favorite Dame Darcy characters — Richard Dirt, Wax Wolf, Friend the Girl, Strega Pez, Hindrance & Perfidia, Effluvia, and Granny. Cut them out, dress and undress them for hours of paper doll fun. All pages are photocopied on the full rainbow of colored paper; front cover is hand-painted and signed by the author; hand-bound with ribbons, binder style. Fourteen pages.


Sticker Set

(Dame Darcy) Stickers $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Set of twelve stickers depicting various panels sourced from all the books and comics by everyone’s favorite giggling witch.


Witch Calendar 2016

(Dame Darcy) Magazine $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Twelve months of reminders sure to optimize your interactions with unseen forces. With Dame Darcy’s self-illustrated ready-to-hang calendar, you’ll know when to perform a wealth ritual, awake before dawn, begin a garden altar, make a pact with a friend, make dreams manifest, talk to the elderly, look up the Voynich Code, sprinkle Borax on a campfire, bury a silver coin, find small animal skeletons, or call the four directions to cast your circle. Individually bound with ribbon.


Poverty Of Will

(Chocolate Monk - choc.435) Magazine + CDR $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

With many Darksmith recordings, one’s imagination doesn’t immediately conjure a person creating or manipulating sound, but rather drifts toward visions of depopulated areas getting damaged by alien weather events — choked by toxic dust, pelted by freeze-dried rocks of ooze, ruptured by shrieking subterranean trauma. Human agency, when its presence is unmistakable, occupies a position of forced abandonment, like cinematic ghosts unwilling to quit the material plane or an individual dehumanized by efficient banality. Through grit-flecked remnants of grainy field recordings from environs luscious and bleak. Weighed down by cackles and croaks blurred by humidity and contact mics. Tangled in rusted-over playgrounds dominated by geese and tumors. Molested by magnetic tape instability, truncated fidelity, and corrupted modulation fur. As the companion book demonstrates, the lad has an eye for evoking from bland and wholesome portraiture the incipient horror unknowingly embedded within. Darksmith’s stark, high-contrast line art dispenses with gradation, a nice echo of the flatness of the subjects’ lives immortalized by disposable time-killing entertainment magazines ubiquitous throughout medical waiting rooms. 44 pages.


Regret Everything

(No Rent) Cassette + Poster $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Without uttering a single syllable, Darksmith Of California sketches a solid case that everyone has been replaced with replicants. Metaphorically, let’s say, if that’s what it takes to accept the premise. Throughout Regret Everything’s thirty-minute capgras-adjacent mood-kill, corrupted and near-stillborn modulations groom themselves against the bristles of truncated fidelity. Here then is No Rent’s apt herald for the invariably bright-with-optimism mornings on the West Coast, with its instances of damaged tape transforming bird-coop piano into anti-erotic asphyxiation, and croaking plank frottage distilled from five-hundred pounds of bird guts pushed out of a trombone. It is a drily disturbing landscape, to be sure, where pock-marked eggs the size of a kidnapper’s van grind against cement walls, raining down flakes and calcium shards. On this slightly reworked reissue of Mom Costume’s 2018 edition of 10, fumes of diesel fuel rise from the surfaces of amorphous chunks of scorched Styrofoam scattered in sugary puddles of avian placenta. Newborn chicks, writhing in balls of discomfort and dread, stretch to puncture the constricting membrane of disorientation, unaware they’ve been blinded by mercury leaked from ruptured polyps bearing down on them. All the machines have tumors. Hello and welcome.


Grimly Forming

(Chocolate Monk - choc.515) Magazine + CDR $15.00

Yet more sweet eye-and-ear yolk in the Lunk Headed Library series and further recordings from the under-documented tape-mangling sound wizard whose use of tapes, sampler, electronics, phone recordings, contact mics, and objects render “a fairly accurate … depiction of my brain turning to mush over the last eight months or so.” The 20-page A5 color booklet is a selection of collages made between 2015 and 2021. Nothing soothes mush brain like magazines, scissors, paper, and glue stick. Balance, dear Bozos. Numbered edition of 69


Pink Cow

(Chocolate Monk - choc.510) Magazine + CDR $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Master loopist and audio hypnotist Joseph Hammer and loopy sonic magician Rick Potts are the “antique brass holes” who have been plundering phonics since the pre-MIDI era of the LA Free Music heyday. Their chunks of discombobulated ear worm wax are still circling around heads like stars and birdies after a mallet blow to the frontal lobe. This slice of kaleidoscopic audio fruitcake was recently discovered in their jewel-encrusted archive treasure chest. Milk the Pink Cow’s psychoactive soda pop and go for a swirl with floating fragments of dolled-up cartoonery and prismatic rigamarole bouncing off rubber walls of repurposed Exotica malarkey in a sauce of dreamy semi-gelatinous electro-stoolage. The eye-dazzling 16-page full-color booklet of Potts’s tainted surrealism is included for purusal while submerged in the Dinosaurs’ sound swamp.


Adventures of a Japanese Business Man

(Nobrow Press) Hardcover book $20.00

A Japanese businessman heads home after a regular day at the office. He doesn't know it yet, but a long succession of strange and fantastical events is about to be thrown at him. Intergalactic battles, love stories, sinister encounters and divine apparitions all lovingly drawn by Spanish comics master José Domingo. Amazing and free-flowing.


The Orange Teeth Of The Beaver

(Chocolate Monk - choc.450) Magazine $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Scotland’s very own comic book absurdist and all ’round weird walker finally delivers a full-blown book — a mind-melting compilation of his comic strips from 2012 through 2019. Black and white with color cover, 44 pages.


Untitled (Please Do Not Bend)

(Duff / Welch) paperback book $13.25

Collaborative drawings that merge the worlds of bent hallucinations, apparitions, demons, creatures, and nonrepresentational delusions in an epic cascade. Ninety-something pages, who even believes numbers are real any more.


Drool Freezers

(Chocolate Monk - choc.430) Magazine + CDR $16.00 (Out-of-stock)

Thirty-six full-color pages packed with insight into the bizarre mind of Andy Bolus who “spent endless nights, fortified with Chinese bath salt smoothies made from polystyrene packaging materials and shredded pages of Ohayo Chinpo magazine, condensing this stuff down on the trusty Bruel & Kjaer, reducing any surplus baroque residue and streamlining the information flow to ensure only the finest and most essential neon worms and Day-Glo green dog chew toys are highlighted in LSD-sharp-focus-wide-stereo-panorama for maximum ear goops.” Listen to the disc as you stare and marvel at its pages, created and presented “in the tradition of those terrible cod-surrealist chess-board landscape cover-paintings on early Klaus Schulze albums like Timewind.” Edition of 69



(CMR) Magazine $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

“The Cenotaph Mines,” a series of short fiction chapters by Sean O’Reilly; “Listening To Records: Reverse-Engineering A Cultural Phenomenon” by Bruce Russell; and “An Attempt At Exhausting A Place In Hong Kong (After Perec),” a collection of descriptions of sounds while sitting in a space for 12 hours by Jason Kahn.



(CMR) Magazine $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

“Wine And Dust: Purposeless Memory Scraps [And Some Of Their Consequences] Of A Passionate Drifter” by Francisco López; “Traces of Water” by Simon Whetham; and “When Dogs Bark in the World…” by Samuel Longmore.



(CMR) Magazine $4.00

“Four Scores To Practice A Political Rhythm (For One Performer)” and “Three Scores To Approach The Invisible Together (For A Group)” by Salomé Voegelin; “Proxy Eye” by Andrew Scott; and Lawrence English & James Parker in conversation.


Issue #1

(Eyestrain) Magazine $4.50 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Hheva (Maltese drone), Cedric Dambrain (Belgian computer noise), Australian Mazurka Editions, and Pleasure Island (Philadelphia power electronics). Collages by Luke Tandy. Perfect bound, 56 pages.


Issue #2

(Eyestrain) paperback book $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Anemone Tube ambient side project Oublier Et Mourir, Arv & Miljö (Swedish tape noise), dark experimental label Black Horizons, NYC tape-loop master Shredded Nerve, Troy Schafer of Kinit Her, Pennsylvania psych / neo / trad-folk freak Timothy Renner of Stone Breath, German sound poet Michael Barthel, and VICTIM! (Rio de Janeiro-based noisy electronics). Perfect bound, 200 pages


The Common Error Of Ordinary

(Chocolate Monk - choc.438) Magazine + CDR $12.50 (Out-of-stock)

After much arm-twisting and beard-tugging, the beloved artist /composer / sound wizard injects Swedish visual / aural magic into the pipeline. Get ready to get really, really sleepy. Book is full color, 24 pages



(I Dischi Del Barone) Magazine $2.25 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Family Underground, Matteo Castro (Lettera 22, Kam Hassah, Second Sleep), Sprachlos Verlag, Concern. Film talk with Sam McKinlay of The Rita. Reviews. A5, 28 pages.



(I Dischi Del Barone) Magazine $5.75

Interviews with Russell Walker and Korea Undok Group. A feature on Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers. Speaker Crackle In The Garden (NZ lathe cuts - Part II), reviews. A5, 24 pages.



(I Dischi Del Barone) Magazine $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Evil Moisture, Girls Pissing On Girls Pissing, The Desperate Bicycles. A guide to Blackhumour by Chris Sienko. Reviews. A5, 32 pages.



(I Dischi Del Barone) Magazine $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Corpus Hermeticum, Massimo Toniutti by Allen Mozek, Penultimate Press’s Mark Harwood. Cassette reviews. A5, 32 pages.



(I Dischi Del Barone) Magazine $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

A guide to the reissued works of It’s War Boys and associates, Thomas DeAngelo of Crisis of Taste. Reviews. Cover by Andy Bolus. A5, 24 pages



(I Dischi Del Barone) Magazine $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Lasse Marhaug, Greedy Ventilator, Music Gallery Editions by Allen Mozek, Neutral, Skaters, NZ lathe cuts, part one. Cover by Dennis Tyfus. A5, 40 pages.



(Giant Tank - gtnk027) Magazine $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Twenty-four pages of international gonkism with contributions by Malcy Duff, Susan Fitzpatrick, Seymour Glass, Rob Hayler, Joe Murray, Ali Robertson, Collette Robertson, Angela Sawyer and Daniel Spicer. Cover designed and printed by Rock Sizemore.


If You Can't Be Good, Be Reasonable

(Chocolate Monk - CHOC.393) Magazine + CDR $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

An alarming, detailed travelogue by The Fourth Chinz-man Of The Apocalypse about his November 2017 trip to witch-trial country, where he played shows with Phil Milstein and Ariella Stok (aka Suppressive Persons) and on his own. CDR includes the trio’s entire set at Feeding Tube Records in Florence, Massachusetts. “The only thing weirder than what comes out of this motherfucker’s mouth is what goes in,” says Roland Woodbe. “Seriously, is there anything S. Glass won’t eat?” Forty-eight pages. The first in Chocolate Monk’s Lunkhead Library series. Numbered Edition of 100.


What’s Going To Happen To Us?

(Butte County Free Music Society - BUFMS82) paperback book $32.00 (Out-of-stock)

This perfect-bound paperback book is a 76pp account of the August 2018 tour that took S. Glass with and without the Bren’t Lewiis Ensemble to Los Angeles, Canada, Seattle, and Portland. Illustrated in color throughout with images from Lucian Tielens’s archive of objects and documents donated to and/or abandoned at the public library, photos and video stills shot along the way by The City Councilman, the book contains informal Q-and-As with many of the artists with whom the BLE shared stages (including Pulsating Cyst, Verge Bliss of Dendera Bloodbath, Rick Potts of Dinosaurs With Horns, Dinzu Artefacts recording artist Jack Taylor, Ace Farren-Ford of Hangar Quartet, Josh Stevenson of Magneticring, Joe Peg of Red Panda Death March, Jackie Stewart of The Tenses, and David Weinberg of Sic), along with kindred spirits Doug Harvey of Mannlicher Carcano and F, Bill Chen of Baby Huey and KSPC, Jesse Dewlow of People Skills, Stanley Zappa of Manzap, former editor / publisher of The Ongoing Dialogue Blossom Ahmad, and Barbara Manning. Ask your doctor if What’s Going To Happen To Us? is right for you. Side effects include: nausea; fever; mass transportation dread; vulgar dining options; attempted murder; exploitation flicks; nightmare-inducing bedtime stories; weird fuckers doing strange shit; bio-mechanical warfare; radio interviews; vile lodgings; neurological issues; hostile environments; face-palms; hallucinatory companions; shopping sprees; celebrity touchstones; bizarre acts of customer service; and the restroom-ification of public space. As a follow-up to If You Can’t Be Good, Be Reasonable (Chocolate Monk 2018), it’s exponentially more paranoid, delusional, cryptic, bleak, over-the-edge, and disgusting. You’ll love it. Cover by Stanley Zappa.


Pond Life Noir

(Chocolate Monk - choc.562) Magazine + CDR $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

“Time and logic totally fly out the window as soon as this stuff starts to spool,” admires Neil Campbell, who would know and is not prone to exaggerate. Godbert himself explains the genesis of his wonderful lo-fi reed / fog blare, “I was stuck in Edinburgh for five days due to a mammoth snow storm. Fortunately, I had at hand a copy of the Ladybird classic Pondlife, published in 1966, and decided to alter it and make it enjoyable for the people who are more interested in guns and murder. As the original preface to the book says, ‘A pond might look like just another patch of water, but beneath the green scum, many interesting things are happening’.” With 36pp full-color A5 book of collages. Edition of 50


The Art Of Rock

(Abbeville Press) Used paperback book $12.00

At 4.5 inches by 4.5 inches, this 1993 348pp collection brings you “from Presley to punk” through the eye-popping evolution of the rock concert poster.


Discaholics! Record Collector Confessions Volume 1

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine + 7-inch $37.50 (Out-of-stock)

Ten interviews conducted by the Swedish saxophone player / improviser / composer / music archivist with artists / record collectors Brian Morton, Byron Coley, Dennis Lyxzén, Elena Wolay, Harald Hult, Henry Rollins, Oren Ambarchi, Paal Nilssen-Love, Thurston Moore and Robert Crumb. 120 pages. One-sided seven-inch has an exclusive new track recorded using elements from Gustafsson’s record collection. Second edition.


Something Approaching Zero

([ no label ]) Magazine $2.00 (Out-of-stock)

The rectal thermometer has been slipped under the tongue of western society and Harrison’s findings are unequivocal: cultural despair driven by pre-apocalyptic stress syndrome. Poetic prose that underscores how witnessing the decline and fall is worse than the inevitable doom that seems to be goal. Seven essays, “Spiel,” “Test Message,” “Vashti,” “I Just Live Here,” “Untitled (But A Dream To Read Aloud W/ Flu Symptoms),” “Council,” and “The End Of The World.” Twenty pages, some of which are blank, because we’re all dying and can’t tell the difference anyway.


Swell Maps 1972-1980

(Sounds On Paper) Hardcover book + 7-inch $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

Formed in band-member and co-founder Jowe Head’s home town of Solihull, England in 1972, the group featured the late Nikki Sudden and Nikki’s brother, the late Epic Soundtracks, along with Phones Sportsman, John Cockrill, and Richard Earl. In this 152-page biography of the band, Head takes us to each members’ formative years and reveals what made them experiment with challenging music and eventually come together to form Swell Maps. Through his own recollections and utilizing interviews with former members, he explores the early days of the band, and details stories that bring the reader into the inner workings of the band as they traveled through the late ’70s cultural scene in Europe. The last section of the book updates the whereabouts of all the key players. The book includes dozens of full-color images of band memorabilia from the author's personal collection, including photos, posters, flyers, artwork, original lyrics, and more. Six exclusive, never-before-released tracks are on the seven-inch, culled from the archives. Edition of 1000


Atomic Yggdrasil Tarot

(Thrill Jockey - THRILL184) CD + hardcover book $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

The Lungfish frontman and Holy Mountain recording artist offers 48 pages of full-color painting and writing in this six-by-eight hardcover book, with a CD of home recordings on guitar, piano drones, jew’s harp and banjo. The six pieces are lo-fi stretches of piano drone (fingers, mallets, etc.) and banjos/guitars loaded with swift Eastern / Sun City scales, zoning static, eschatological subtexts, and spectral / emotional ambiance. The gorgeous book depicts his totemic paintings and acrostics -- which delineate themes he's intoned about in the past -- including a climactic centerfold with two facing emblems after which the order of art / word shifts.


Empty Holes, Empty Homes

(Blossoming Noise) Paperback book + Flexi $21.00 (Out-of-stock)

Sixth book from the most popular Hater is an amathopaedia of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and cryptograms, printed and perfect bound using traditional offset methods with recycled inks and fine recycled papers. Edition of 400.


Heartbroken Angels

(Viz) Used hardcover book $50.00

Publishers Weekly’s describes this 2001 anthology of comics originally published (as English translations) in the first three issues of Pulp magazine thus: “Here’s a collection of off-color gags that’s at once charming, disgusting and laugh-out-loud funny…, a series of four panel one-liners set vertically two to a page, with an occasional series blown up over two full pages for striking visual effect. The lineup of endearing, albeit repulsive, characters includes a very young sex-crazed couple (the girl wears the ubiquitous Japanese school uniform) whose encounters parody presumptions of sexual innocence with punch lines about kinky fantasies and scatology. There’s a comics artist … whose sexual response is ritualistically heightened by humiliating comments about his minuscule penis. Then there’s a daft father and son duo so poor that the boy is reduced to using soy sauce as pigment for an art class assignment. Kikuni’s cute, cartoonish drawings work along with his twisted stories and characters to boost the strip’s shock value and to keep the humor fresh. His sensibility is reminiscent of the dark comedy of the old Mad and Cracked magazines, but nothing in those classics ever approached the guilty pleasures of this work.” Includes bonus material. 184pp.


Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

(Sterling) Used paperback book $20.00

Faithful graphic novel adaptation of the Robert Lewis Stephenson classic transforms the dream into an exquisite nightmare. The duo combines an already chilling tale with truly haunting artwork.128pp


DIY Practitioner

(Beniffer Editions) paperback book $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

Eight-inch-by-eight-inch 36-page screen-printed book, the first-ever release Lessard has published under his real name, all interpretations of the best of the best of the handmade RRRecord one-offs. Contains six one-color prints, six four-color prints, and twenty-four two-color prints. Each book cover is a personalized one-off collage by Lessard; no two are alike. Edition of 120.


The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer

(Pocket Books) Used paperback book $6.00

The diary chronicles Laura’s life from age 12 to her death at 17 and provides a harrowing backstory to the event that set the entire Twin Peaks television series in motion. In intimate diary entries, Laura goes from a happy and naïve tween to a tormented soul posing behind the phony smile of homecoming queen. Plagued by visions of a creepy man with long hair — a demonic presence she comes to know as “BOB” — Laura falls into a world of drug addiction, sexual promiscuity, and prostitution to escape. But as she’s swallowed deeper and deeper into the abyss, Laura is forced to question the reality of who and what BOB really is. From 1990. 184pp


Hansel & Gretel

(Koushinsya) Used paperback book $20.00

Japanese language manga from 2000 (later translated into English and published by Viz in 2003), marking a new phase in Mizuno’s art, with psychedelic hues that give the arresting story the feel of a dark dream. In Mizuno’s version, Hansel’s a squatty kid with a tuna can strapped over his mouth to prevent it from shattering everything around him, and Gretel’s a tall, pink-haired schoolgirl in a sailor suit who attacks bullies with a bamboo sword. Their parents run a mountain grocery store, fielding visits from green girls who grow spinach from their scalps, and from a 40-foot-tall piglet who slices cuts to order off his big belly. The arrival of Queen Marilyn and her insidious black magic tests H&G’s mettle like nothing else. Japanese language. 128 pages, full-color throughout.


Issue 9

(New Forces) Magazine $4.75 (Out-of-stock)

One long interview with Sissy Spacek in honor of their twentieth anniversary, plus reviews. Twenty pages.


Spectrum (On The)

(Pro-Am Entainment) Magazine $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Thirty-six pages of drawings, lyrics, and photos by Robert Dayton (Canned Hamm, The Canadian Romantic) and Michael Comeau (LSDoubleD Cup), aligned with rocker Classy Craig Daniels (The Leather Uppers), who is on board to make fuzzed-out dreams come true. Punch in the free download code that comes with this risograph-printed art booklet, and hear their mix of psych, weird punk, minimalist freak rock, and wild tales of disenchantment and empowerment. New Horizzzons are here to rescue rock music from its doldrums. Like their forebears Richard Harris, Can, late Black Flag and The Shaggs, New Horizzzons constantly push forward into a new day. The Toronto three-piece springs forth from the ether like a contradictory phantom with a warning about how far modern rock has strayed from the path.



(Cipher Productions) Magazine + CD $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Hum of the Druid, Raionbashi, Golden Serenades, Kazumoto Endo, Dieter Müh, The Haters, Halthan and Posh Isolation. More than half the magazine is reviews — detailed, thoughtful, insightful. 136 pages


Repeat After Me Mud, Mud, Mud

(Rain Ridge) paperback book $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Collected drawings by the saucy overlord of the Chocolate Monk empire.


1000 Record Covers

(Taschen) Used paperback book $10.00



(Monotype) 6xCD + DVD + book $60.00 (Out-of-stock)

Long overdue retrospective and entirely appropriate veneration of “the abstract, surrealist, and occasionally terrifying organism” that is Ralf Wehowsky and company. Collected here are Kühe In 1/2 Trauer (Selektion 1984); tracks from Masse Mensch compilation (Selektion 1982); Distruct (Selektion 1984) plus bonus tracks “Schmutz-fugen,” and “Black, Black, Always Black”; Nichts Niemand Nirgends Nie (Selektion 1986) plus bonus track “Ephemeral March Of The Dead Monks”; Tionchor (Selektion 1987) plus bonus track “L’effiface et l’effet,” “Dorothy Malone with Glasses,” “Easter Anywhere,” and “Essenz”; Acrid Acme (Selektion 1989); Three Projects (RRRecords 1993) plus bonus Merzbow collaboration track “V4”; and, on the DVD, nine Captured Music films (studio footage and visual collages) plus “Luxus & Mehrwert,” “Improvisation Jan. 87,” “Les Honteuses Alles,” “Kühe in 1/2 Trauer,” created by Markus Caspers for an unrealized, posthumous video project. In other words: pulsing synths; crashing percussion; horror film piano passages; tense, uncomfortable moods; scattershot tape collages; mangled and mixed raw materials from Nurse With Wound, The Haters, Merzbow, Asmus Tietchens, The Halfer Trio, and Psychic TV, among many others; junk percussion fused with the sound of guitars being slowly pulled out of tune; horns and indiscernible reed instruments rising up amid the chaos; electronics, tape cut-ups, jackhammer edits and weird synthetic outbursts in collaboration with Achim Wollscheid’s Swimming Behavior Of The Human Infant; ghostly, raw walls of noise that ooze menace; overdriven rhythmic throb obscured by noise; cheap drum machine loops and erratic electronic outbursts; dredged and repurposed recordings from their 1981 punk incarnation; Merzbow collaborations; erratic percussive bits; slowly building and collapsing frameworks; abstract Dadaist material; skittering tape collages and subtle jazz elements. The forty-eight-page booklet includes texts by Dan Warburton and Howard Stelzer, archival photos, a discography, reproduced flyers and record reviews. Four postcards. Two buttons. Edition of 400.


Issue #1

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

With Sindre Bjerga on the Gold Soundz label; Bruce Russell on not listening and natural disasters; Tommi Keranan on Moomin, drones and LSD; stories from the Korean experimental scene by Chulki Hong; C. Spencer Yeh on Dawn of the Dead; Pennti Dassum of Umpio on gear; Sete Star Sept on Japanese grindcore; the Sissy Spacek Interview with John Wiese; black metal singer and toilet artist Zweizz; Vivian Wang of Arcn Templ on Singapore; the Teddy Roosevelt of noise Danciel Menche; and Ronnie Sundin of Very Friendly on comics. Ninety pages.


Issue #2

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Mikawa and Kosakai of Incapacitants; Attila Csihar of Mayhem, Sunn O))), and Tormentor; singer/composer Maja S.K. Ratkje; Dylan Carlson of Earth; Phil Blankenship of PacRec, Troniks, and LHD; Misa Moronaga of Damage Digital; enigmatic Norwegian guitarist Fredrik Ness Sevendal; noise whiz Vanhala; turntablist Katsura Mouri; and Don Dietrich of Borbetomagus. Eighty-four pages, full color.


Issue #3

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $15.00

Norway’s Guro Moe on her various projects, ice swimming, playing loud and what’s wrong with Norwegian music; Norwegian guitarist and vocalist Carl Michael Eide on being inside the metal groove, and not wanting out; The Menstruation Sisters’ multi-disciplinary Australian artist Nik Kamvissis talks about crying, Moby Dick, primitive art and those times when the human state just isn’t enough; American minimalist legend Phill Niblock on driving really fast, motorcycle crashes and amnesia; Svarte Greiner’s Norwegian Prince of Darkness Erik Knive Skodvin on horror cinema, the Demoscene, his Miasma label and design work; New Zealand’s Stefan Neville on the lo-fi label (with a drunk Pumice comic by kiwi-mystic GFrenzy); Junky Kao of Torturing Nurse on the hardships of being tied up at concerts, bodily damage and the current Chinese noise scene; English expat and ex-Shadow Ring member Graham Lambkin on the whys and hows of his art with C. Spencer Yeh; Australian percussionist Will Guthrie on bombing trains, discovering fusion, and how quitting smoking changed the course of his music. 100 pages


Issue #4

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Hogwarts alumni Jim O’Rourke, exiled Norse noise rockers Årabrot, proprietor of the best mailorder company ever Keith Fullerton Whitman, Kai Kobi Mikalsen, guitar marathon champion Marco Fusinato, the Hard-Ons’ Ray Ahn, cellist Okkyung Lee (by C. Spencer Yeh), and Japanese noise pathologist K2. 100 pages


Issue #5

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $11.75 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Anla Courtis, Rudolf Eb.er, Makino Takashi, Dennis Tyfus, Jenny Hval, Gfrenzy, and Fecalove. Topics include: how to fall off the Chinese wall and survive, the cosmic soup, 500% inflation, touring discomfort, Japanese tables with integrated heating, meditation, proud roosters, durational performances, fish actions, martial arts, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, working in the sewers, GG Allin, New Zealand rugby, dreams as cinema, that guy from C.C.C.C., Koji Wakamatsu, comatose Mexican drunks, Dracula, cunt vs pussy, witches, feminism, close ups, personal apocalypse, radical pop, studying our subversive past, becoming a book cover, menstrual cups, Catholic masturbation, Russian homophobia, British noise scene drama, Luciano Berio, crying on the train, drawing bears for two years straight, touring with Wolf Eyes, free tattoo for 50 people, Diether Roth, improvised music, flipping burgers for Celine Dion, drawing as mediation, making prank calls to the Antwerp police and more.


Issue #6

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Skaset, Lucas Abela, Marcia Bassett, Crys Cole, Joe McPhee, Sodadosa, and PBK talk about meeting Sun Ra, starting to play the sax at 28, Forbidden Planet, The Nihilist Spasm Band, PO, poetry, Chicago, UFO sightings, science fiction, politics, stagnation, the scary middle class, hatred of reverb, changing guitar strings in 23 seconds, that Manowar were never hip, 33 or 45 or in the middle, returning to rock, how to play glass on your face, playing drums on a trampoline, playing power tools on turntables, Loop Station hatred, scares and scars, cutting your throat on purpose, noise scene guilt, INXS as the gateway, art scene carbon print, painting skulls, playing loud, eating lobsters, noise bombing in Indonesia, salt, broken radios, disco tracks that goes nowhere, Albert Ayler’s wonkiness, loosing faith in expressionism, lack of dynamic and textural shifts, shock aesthetics, preserving artist archives, and much more. You’ll have to shell out if you need to know exactly who said what about which. 100 pages


Advanced Auto Body

(Chocolate Monk - choc.534) Magazine $10.75 (Out-of-stock)

LAFMS legend cracks out the art supplies in this 40-page, full-color, perfect-bound pocket book depicting his hybrid semi-bionic personal mobility units. Although none are rejects, the plausibility of some models needs time to ripen. Then they will drive into the future without brakes. Inclues stickers. Edition of 75


Where’s The Party?

(Richmond Records) CD + hardcover book $25.00

Deluxe reissue of the only album (Richmond Records 1990) by this East Bay band of proto-punk freakazoids, plus two bonus tracks. Forty-eight-page book includes extensive interviews, band history, photos, and, best of all, tons and tons of John Seabury’s artwork. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2012


Vol. 3 #7

(Viz) Used magazine $10.00

“Strain” by Buronson, illustrated by Ryoichi Ikegami; “Dance Till Tomorrow” by Naoki Yamamoto; “Hearbroken Angels” by Masahiko Kikuni; “Black & White” by Taiyo Matsumoto; and “Banana Fish” by Akimi Yoshida. 128pp from July 1999


Minecxio Emanations 1993-2018

(Pica Disk - PICA047) 6xCD + DVD + book $45.00 (Out-of-stock)

Since 1993, this Buenos Aires group, led by its Down’s syndrome drummer/vocalist and spiritual architect Miguel Tomasín has been a universe completely of its own. Booklet 1: Liner notes by Marc Masters, Lasse Marhaug, Oren Ambarchi, Sindre Bjerga, Sixto Fernando, Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, C. Spencer Yeh, John Olson and others. Booklet 2: Photos, artwork, press clippings, quotes, flyers and posters (most have not been published before). Disc 1: Early recordings, some material from small edition cassettes, some previous unreleased. Disc 2: The never-released Vedeosmas Tecretre album, recorded 2001-2003. Disc 3: Selections from the 2001-2002 Jaz Ronco Jits sessions, previously available as very limited CDRs. Disc 4: Previously unreleased conceptual pieces, including performances at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, NASA in Houston, the Atomium in Brussels, outtakes from the 10,000 Chickens Symphony and from public street protests in Buenos Aires during the December 2001 crisis. Disc 5: The never-released Roniles Dasa Selebro album, recorded 2000-2001. Disc 6: Previously unreleased collaborations with Dr. Socolinsky, Pauline Oliveros, Nelson Gastaldi, Jazzy Mel and Acid Mothers Temple. DVD: A 90-minute collage of live performances and other videos that offer a rare portal to the world of Reynols. All discs come in individual printed wallets. Edition of 500.


Selections From Bands 1985 - 2001

(Chocolate Monk - choc.508) Magazine + CDR $15.00

Painter, clothing-defiler, visionary of hilarious takes on the conventions of wretched pop culture and the metastasizing celebrity of public figures, Rinne is best known as the vocalist and lyricist for a gooey mound of Bay Area bands that have been spreading their indelible stains and demented approaches since the 1980s. His unmistakable tone-deaf warble is half overripe takedown, half sado-masochistic simian yelp. And he absolutely despises eucalyptus trees. At last, the Left Coast’s number-one Hagar huffer and outsider art wonker delivers an A5 booklet of posters and flyers of his numerous brain-shattering bands, plus a disc of tunes by National Disgrace, The Bringdownzz, The Framptons, The Oswald, The Sentimentals and The Patchkordzz. “We wound up in a dirty garage surrounded by shredded wood, paint cans, old records,” recalls the meat puppet of the hour. “Tortured by years of fad pop, all we could do was fight it off, banging on empty cans and screaming, vomiting all the pop music back into the aether. By sanding, grinding or melting old farty records we could gain a new truth from them. The old farts were always going to be supplanted by new farts but the struggle for sonic truth lives on.” Numbered edition of 75


Rocker #1

(No Rent) Magazine $14.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Aaron Dilloway and Yan Jun; Molassas Industries paper circuit with assembly instructions; original ink and paper drawing by Tom Darksmith; History of American Music interview with Glenn Jackson. 64pp.


Rocker #2

(No Rent) Magazine $12.00

Interviews with Stroker, Leila Bordreuil, Rusty Kelley, satire by Seymour Glass, artist showcase on Orion Lopez. 76pp.


Rocker #3

(No Rent) Magazine $12.00

Interviews with Joe Colley, Angela Crumer, Rick Potts's Free Ears: A History of L.A.F.M.S., and Know Thyself with Susan Alcorn. 92pp.


Rocker #4

(No Rent) Magazine $12.00

Interviews with Kyle Flanagan, Karl Ekdahl, and the world's #1 Beavis and Butt-Head collector Sean Beard; Know Thyself, part two of Dan Timlin’s history of Hillbilly music, from Riley Puckett to Willie Nelson; Haters photo gallery courtesy of G.X. Jupitter-Larson; live performance reviews and photo gallery by Door. 68pp


Left Handed Blows: Writing on Sound 1993–2009

(Clouds) paperback book $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

Polemic essays such as “What Is Free?: A Free Noise Manifesto,” philosopho-cultural pieces like “Contra-Fludd / Contra-Kepler: The Disharmony Of The Spheres Extolled In Ten Theses” and “To Think Is To Speculate with Images: Rosicrucian Linguistics Revisited as a Semiological Discourse,” and discussions of creative practice (with Alistair Galbraith of Handful of Dust, and with New Media Theorist Danny Butt of Rain, Flies Inside the Sun and Tanaka-Nixon Meeting). The book is not an attempt at a coherent totalizing theory; as Ross Brighton points out, “The extolling of an extreme position allows the transmission or instigation of a discourse that would otherwise be sidelined or silenced….” 115pp.


Cults: From Bacchus to Heaven’s Gate

(Carlton Books) Used paperback book $20.00

Introductory historical overview from ancient times until the present day, discussing their leaders, practices, and teachings. Illustrated. 144pp



(Autonomedia) Used paperback book $50.00

“Metamorphosis no. 89” by Don Webb; “We See Things Differently” by Bruce Sterling; “Portfolio” by Freddie Baer; “America Comes” by Bruce Boston; “Frankenstein Penis” by Ernest Hogan; “Six Kinds of Darkness” by John Shirley; “More Subatomic Particles” by Nick Herbert; “BurningSsky” by Rachael Pollack; “Day” by Bob McGlynn; “Rapture in Space” by Rudy Rucker; “Quent Wimpel meets Bigfoot” by Kerry Thornley; “Hippie Hat Brain Parasite” by William Gibson; “The Great Escape” by Sol Yurick; “Portfolio” by James Koehnline; “Jane Fonda’s Augmentation Mammoplasty” and “Report on an Unidentified Space Station” by J.G. Ballard; “Solitons” by Paul Di Filippo; “Is This True? Well, Yes and No” by Sharon Gannon & David Life; “Genocide” by Richard Kadrey; “The Antarctic Autonomous Zone” by Hakim Bey; “Vile Dry Claws of the Toucan” by Ian Watson; “Shed his Grace” by Michael Blumlein; “All Right, Everybody on the Floor!” by Thom Metzger; “The Gene Drain” by Lewis Shiner; “The CIA Reporter” and “The New Boy” by William S. Burroughs; “Another Brush with the Fuzz” by Daniel Pearlman; “You Can’t Go Home Again” by Ron Kolm; “Georgie and the Giant Shit” by Greg Gibson; “Delphic (Projection #5)” by Lorraine Schein; “The Sex Club” by T.L. Parkinson; “Your Style Guide” by Marc Laidlaw; “Maslow, Sheldrake, and the Peak Experience” by Colin Wilson; “Amsterdam Diary” by Robert Sheckley; “I Was a Teenage Genetic Engineer” by Denise Angela Shawl; “Chapter One, the Novel” by Luke McGuff; “Portfolio” by Richard Kadrey; “Saint Francis Kisses his Ass Goodbye” by Philip José Farmer; “Gnosis Knows Best” by Hugh Fox; “The Beer Mystic’s Last Day on the Planet” by Bart Plantenga; “Visit Port Watson!” by Anon.; “Lord of InfinitT Diversions” by t. winter-damon; “Project Parameters in Cherry Valley by the testicles” by Robert Anton Wilson; “The Scepter of Prætorious” by Ivan Stang; “Louie, Louie” by Jacob Rabinowitz; “Cling to the Curvature!” by Barrington J. Bayley. Edited by Rudy Rucker, Peter Lanborn Wilson, Robert Anton Wilson. 384pp from 1989


Real Tales of Doom, Shame, and Degradation

(Tedium House) Comic book $20.00

Comics from 1992 by Matt Hall, John Frentress, James Dillon, Christine Shields, P.A. Musso, Gary LEib and Daniel Clowes, Montana Swisher, Dame Darcy, Dick Sincere, Fred Rinne, The White Shark, S. Fisk, Conrad Capistran, Brandon Kearney, Harvey Bennet Staffod, Rougeux, B. Hageman, Parika Princess and Li’l Jerky, Mojgan Azima. Includes shirt scrap with dried corned beef hash vomit stain. 44pp



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $40.00

The original 1980s art zine assembled and edited by Steve Marquis, with contributions from Brian Tipping, Toni Smith, Joan of Art, Felix Mace, Carrie Christopher, Matt Mumper, Gnarlos, Joe Fixico, John Shin, and Marquis's father. Collages, paintings, drawings, writings. 22 pages. Order this and receive four of the subsequent “tribute” issues on the house, assembled and edited by S. Glass during the completion of Sputtering And Distorted.



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $10.00

Like issues two through nine before it, the final compendium of BuFMS miscellanea (inspired by and named after Steve Marquis’s original fussiness-averse photocopy zine from the early 1980s) collects found and original artwork and texts, sketches and doodles, snapshots and Polaroids, collages and wait-what? ephemera, video stills, and T-shirt designs. The front cover is by Marquis, of course, and inside are contributions by and/or about Lacie Pound, Malcy Duff, The Affable Chap, Vel Swisher, Herr Mumper, Thrasher, Lawrence Crane, Gnarlos, Maria Estevez, Toni Lee Smith, 28th Day, Brother Jed, Cruel Duane, Joan of Art, The Conduits, Montana Swisher, Lily McBilly, Idler Arms, and Lucy N. Special thanks go to Lucian Tielens and The M Unit for facilitating the print run. 32pp, full-color.



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $8.00

Inspired by the single issue of this unassuming 1980s ’zine curated by Steve Marquis, the quarter-page-sized second issue keeps the spirit alive with photos, drawings, paintings, sketches, doodles, collages, found objects, newspaper clippings, flyers, video stills, fiction, poetry, and inexplicable writings. With Lucian Tielens, Steve Marquis, Joan of Art, Doug Roberts, The Conduits, The Viper, Ziplok, Man Overboard, Tim Thompson, Gnarlos, Fuzzy, Brian Tipping, Maria Estevez, S. Glass, Bruce Russell, Tim Smyth, Charles Nielsen. 32 pages



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $8.00

Inspired by the single issue of this unassuming 1980s ’zine curated by Steve Marquis, the quarter-page-sized third issue keeps the spirit alive with photos, drawings, paintings, sketches, doodles, collages, found objects, newspaper clippings, flyers, video stills, fiction, poetry, and inexplicable writings. With Steve Marquis, Maria Estevez, Joan of Art, Experimental Artists, Idiot (The), Scud Mandrill, Vomit Launch, S. Glass, Sidney Africa, Musclebutt, Serious Problmz, Bicycle Ballet, Ziplok, Brian Tipping, Lucian Tielens, The Viper, Under Glass, The M Unit, Veronica Lovejoy, Festergirl, and Bren’t Lewiis. 32 pages



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $8.00

Inspired by the single issue of this unassuming 1980s ’zine curated by Steve Marquis, the quarter-page-sized fourth issue keeps the spirit alive with photos, drawings, paintings, sketches, doodles, collages, found objects, newspaper clippings, flyers, video stills, fiction, poetry, and inexplicable writings. With This Is Yvonne Lovejoy, La Comida, Charles Nielsen, Lucian Tielens, Dylan Nyoukis, Joan of Art, Gnarlos, The Conduits, The Viper, Tim Thompson, Felix Mace, Bren’t Lewiis, Maria Estevez, Art/Thrash, Under Glass, Musclebutt, Steve Marquis, The Hectics, Tim Smyth, and Spike Perry. 32 pages



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Inspired by the single issue of this unassuming 1980s ’zine curated by Steve Marquis, the quarter-page-sized fifth issue keeps the spirit alive with photos, drawings, paintings, sketches, doodles, collages, found objects, newspaper clippings, flyers, video stills, fiction, poetry, and inexplicable writings. With Bren’t Lewiis, The Viper, Silvia Kastel, Gnarlos, Steve Marquis, Carrie Christopher, Tim Smyth, Lucian Tielens, Stumpo Hairball, Gibbs Chapman, Ambivalent Dosage, Lily McBilly, S. Glass, Barbara Manning, Joan of Art, Lindy Lettuce, Doug Roberts, C.F. Calderwood, Veronica Lovejoy, and Vomit Launch. 32 pages



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $8.00

Images and text by and/or about Lenore, Doug Roberts, Cody Brant, The Viper, Veronica Lovejoy, The Marques, Fenwick Addison, Joan of Art, Genki Teddy, Maria Estevez, S. Glass, Lymphoma, Ace Farren Ford, Cruel Duane, Aldo Chob, Stormycedar, Dylan Nyoukis. Full color throughout, 32 pages



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $8.00

Michael Schlussler, Lala Lu, This Is Yvonne Lovejoy, Manolis Pappas, Bren't Lewiis, Kate McRae, Prof. Dino Nuggie, Lucian Tielens, Dylan Nyoukis, Cruel Duane, The In-Crowd, Joan of Art, Steve Marquis, Industrial BBQ 2021, Moira McInnes, Tim Smyth, Glands of External Secretion, Richard Streeter, Last Will, Wentz Market 2021, S. Glass, Todd Hall. 32pp, full color.



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $10.00

Dylan Nyoukis, Joan of Art, Ted Trager, Glands of External Secretion, Steve Marquis, Lilly McBilly, S. Glass, Lucian Tielens, Richard Streeter, Mari Kono, The In-Crowd, Bren't Lewiis, Toni Lee Smith, EL&C, Hazel’s ’lectric Washouse, Barbara Manning, Lenore, Ratbox 2021, Orificial Surgery, Cruel Duane, The Viper, Thomas Editson, The Dome, Gnarlos. 32pp, full color.



(Butte County Free Music Society) Magazine $10.00

Toni Lee Smith and Mike Byrne, Barbara Manning, Cruel Duane, Clark Brown, Maria Estevez, Lucian Tielens, Cole Marquis, Joan Of Art, Lacie Pound, Tim Smyth, Ace Farren Ford, Lilly McBilly, Manolis Pappas, S. Glass, Raoul Tinybear, Montana Swisher, Dylan Nyoukis, Steve Marquis. Full color throughout, 32pp.


Issue #2

(SIM - SIM2) Magazine $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

The second issue of the new noise / power electronics zine by Freak Animal’s Mikko Aspa. In addition to interviews with Jarl, Jeph Jerman / Hands To, Culver, Locrian, The Vomit Arsonist, Praying For Oblivion, Mark Groves, Haare, Smell & Quim, and Jukka Siikala, each issue has two regular features: “The Essentials” (about influential, must-have noise and PE albums, discussed this time around by The Rita, Andy Ortmann, and Haare) and the self-explanatory “Art of Analogue Tape” (discussed this time around by Haare, Le Syndicat, Andy Ortmann, and Howard Stelzer). Art by Kristian Olsson a.k.a. Alfarmania / Survival Unit.


Issue #3

(SIM - SIM3) Magazine $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

The third issue of the new noise / power electronics zine by Freak Animal’s Mikko Aspa. In addition to interviews in this issue with artists (Iron Fist Of The Sun, Xiphoid Dementia, Isomer, Leif Elggren, Sudden Infant, Fire In The Head, Vivenza) and labels (Filth & Violence, Posh Isolation, Release The Bats, Abgurd, Urashima), each issue has two regular features: “The Essentials” (about influential, must-have noise and PE albums, discussed this time around by Bizarre Uproar's Pasi Markkula and Macronympha's Rodger Stella); and the self-explanatory “Art of Analogue Tape” (discussed this time around by Tommy Carlsson of Treriksröset and Abisko, and Hanson's Aaron Dilloway). Japan gig reports by Mikko Aspa. Artwork by I.Vekka (Haare).


Issue #4

(SIM - SIM4) Magazine $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

The fourth issue of the noise / power electronics zine by Freak Animal’s Mikko Aspa. Interviews with Bastard Noise, Minamata, Brandkommando, Koufar / Disgust, Sickness, Raymond Dijkstra, Tenhornedbeast, NEdS, Impulsy Stetoskopy, and Trash Ritual. “The Essentials” by Seymour Glass (Bananafish), Steve Underwood (ALAP / Harbinger Sound), and Kohei Gomi (Pain Jerk). “Art of Analogue Tape” by S. Glass. Cover art by Government Alpha.


Issue #5

(SIM - SIM5) Magazine $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

The fifth issue of the noise / power electronics zine by Freak Animal’s Mikko Aspa. Interviews with Con-Dom, Bryan Lewis Saunders, Theologian, Linekraft, Yama-akago, Pacific 231, Infirmary, Autarkeia label, Hospital Productions record shop. “The Essentials” by Eric Wood and Richard Ramirez. “Art of Analogue Tape” by Zan Hoffman and Rodger Stella. Cover art by Alexander Lebedev-Frontov


Issue #6

(SIM - SIM6) Magazine $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

With Treriksröset; Boyd Rice; the new forces of American Power Electronics; Slogun; Perispirit; Mika Taanila; Chris Sienko and Steve Underwood of As Loud As Possible; Gnaw Their Tongues; ILIOS; Black Boned Angel; Tuukka Termonen; Militia; “For Little Box” by GX Jupitter-Larsen; Ke/Hil; Control; The Essentials by Sick Seed, Haters and Night Science/Chrysalis; art by Waltteri M. (Armon Kuilu). Price increase due to double the number of pages from previous issues, and fewer ads.


Issue #7

(SIM - SIM7) Magazine $8.75 (Out-of-stock)

With Fumio Kosakai of Incapacitants, Hijokaidan and CCCC; Jason Crumer of American Band and Aluminium Noise; Dave Phillips; Christian Stadsgaard (Damion Duprovik, Posh Isolation); Klaus H. Hansen (Ashley C. Fuzzards); Cult of Youth; Encephalophonic; Phage Tapes; a noise documentary article; the next installment in "The Art of Analogue Tape" series; "Essentials" by Con-Dom, Wertham and Dieter Muh. 52 pages.


Issue #8

(SIM - SIM8) Magazine $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Interviews with Loke Rahbek, Bestializer, Tommi Keränen, Cremation Lily, Michael Esposito, Kinit Her. Field recordings with Jeph Jerman, Hal Hutchinson, Mattias Gustavsson, Kristian Olsson, and Eric Lunde. The Essentials with Jerman, Joe Colley, and Justin Mitchell.


Issue #9

(SIM) Magazine $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Essential albums according to Michael Nine and Prurient. Recommended books by Nine and Jeph Jerman. Interviews with Jaakko Vanhala, Sektor 304, Das Synthetische Mischgewebe, Pogrom, Mikkel Rorbo of Alleypisser, and Foetus. Live noise feature with Haters, Con-Dom, Keränen. Harsh noise 2013 with with The Rita, Being, Tourette, Developer, Alogirl. Eighty-four pages.


36 Fibulae

(Chocolate Monk - Choc.545) Magazine + Cassette $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

This gnostic-horror song cycle by the visual and sound artist employs malfunctioning home-built instruments in a series of asynchronous dream-logic miniature plays. Each World is a Drop World, measured in fibulae. Most are without words and many will eventually be expressed as jewelry. Select fibulae include: 1fibulae, a small Pennsylvania suburb in which humans grow prehensile tails with a large eye at the end à la Charles Fourier’s theory of the Archibras; 9fibulae, an exploration of the erotic pleasures of botany in a world without sound; 17fibulae, an innocent game that allows the viewer to see invisible intelligences in residues of protein via various household devices; 23fibulae, The Police are here again; 28fibulae, on the manufacturing of psychoactive pharmaceuticals from a reliquary housing the preserved corpse of a child posthumously revered as a saint; and 32fibulae, against the diseases of civilization. Since the mid-’00s Strong has been developing an approach to improvisation, instrument-building, and applying material from daily life to psycho-devotional purposes. He has performed in groupings such as Melkings, Eyes of the Amaryllis and Weyesbluhd/ Weyesblood, to name a few. He also operates the tape imprint Cor Ardens. Includes badge. Numbered edition of 50


Final Frames From the Feature Films (1984 – 2014

(Chronicle Books) Postcards Box $20.00

One-hundred postcards in a box, devoted to and commemorating 30 years of work by this beloved Japanese animation company.


Issue #1

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

Idea Fire Company’s Scott Foust on the longest half hour in show business; Volcano The Bear’s Aaron Moore on Italian prog; Lumpy Davy on Famlende Forsøk and Sprø Musikk; ten Norwegian underground gems by Tore Stemland; and noise fan fiction by S. Glass. 52 pages, edited by Sindre Bjerga of Gold Soundz.


Issue #2

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

The foot fetish issue, edited by Joke Lanz, the driving force behind Sudden Infant. Interviews, photos and art by Ala Shoheiry, Alice Kemp, Andy Bolus, Andy Ortmann, Bryan Lewis Saunders, Dennis Tyfus, Fritz Welch, Graham Moore, GX Jupitter-Larsen, Leif Elggren, Meg Rotison, Nath Caveleri, Philippe Caveleri, Rachel Bühlmann, Rudolf Eb.er, Sandrine Pelletier, Steve Cammack, Ute Waldhausen, and Vicky Langan. Sixty pages.


Issue #3

(Marhaug Forlag) Magazine $6.00

COMING SOON. The MoE issue, edited by Guro Skumsnes Moe, whose contribution to the series is a spaced-out collage tapestry of tour observations, photos, comix, salsa recipes, artwork and interviews with Rabbits, Arabrot, The Observatory, Caracol Carnívoro, Jealousy Party and more. Twenty-six pages, full-color throughout.


Noise In My Head

(Marhaug Forlag) Hardcover book $42.00 (Out-of-stock)

Insightful portrait of a remarkable artist who in 1989 launched the noise / performance art / installation project Sudden Infant in connection with the Schimpfluch-Gruppe collective. One-hundred-sixty pages with photos from installations, performances and actions; drawings, paintings, poetry, manifestos; visual discography; concert posters and flyers; essays by Rudulf Eb.er, Leif Elggren, Daniel Menche, Steve Underwood, Mark Wharton, Drew Daniel, and an interview with the guest of honor himself. Edition of 300 copies. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2011


Vecchia Signora Che Viene Aggredita Da Un Cane

(Ultra Eczema - UE80) Magazine $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Sixty-page zine made for the "Changez, Een Belgenshow" exhibtion at 21 Rozendaal in Een Schede, Netherlands. It collects and documents work made or found between November 4 and December 31, when Tyfus joined the Hair Police on a tour through Europe and did a residency at Codalunga in Vittorio Veneto: drawings made in the tour van; a Sinterklaas performance with Benjamin Verdonck; found imagery from a great second hand store; a ceiling fan party; a Jacques Beloeil show; a Ludo Mich show, and Tyfus’s first attempt to bake cookies. Black and white with full-color cover. 600 copies


Small As Life and Infinitesimally As Pure

(Radical Readout / Child of Microtone) Hardcover book $25.00 (Out-of-stock)

The second edition of the psychoactive pulp novella by mountain beardo from MV&EE Medicine Show and Tower Recordings asks and answers the question “what was literature?”


The Sweetest Fig

(Houghton Mifflin) Used hardcover book $10.00

Cold-hearted dentist Monsieur Bibot learns about the mysterious territory between fantasy and reality in an uncanny illustrated tale that will intrigue readers of all ages. 32pp from 1993


Dancing With The Dead — The Music of Global Death Rites

(Ellipsis Arts) Used CD + Hardcover Book $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

1995 audio recordings of death rites from around the world by Pastor Ediemae Layne, The Eureka Brass Band, The Tainjin Buddhist Music Ensemble, Afif Ali Khan with Manzoor Hussain Santoo Khan and Ensemble, Los Nani, Nasloi, Janet Leuchter, Los Camperos de Valles, Antanosy / Mahafaly, Fong Naam, The Lileh Choir of Dmanisi, Sanjukta Sen, Koo Nimo and the Kumasi Ensemble Adadam Agofomma, Gabriel Souza Carvalho, Keith Mahone / Hualapai People of Arizona, Seka Gamelan Anklung “Karya Bakti,” and Bokoto. The book offers detailed track-by-track liner notes and essays.


De Nagalm Op De Kopf

(Ultra Eczema - UE60) Magazine + CD $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Throw a rock in Belgium and you’re likely to draw blood from someone to whom Ultra Eczema's Denis Tyfus owes a trade, or who wants to piss down his neck because his tail is longer then their’s, or wants to hurt him physically because they sent a master of unbelievably great recordings years back that everyone should hear, yet no one, after all this time, has. De Nagalm Op De Kopf is a fine representation of the label’s reliable variation of odd, funny, retarded, great, noisy, free, off, loud, harsh, sad and brutal. With tracks, some over five years old, by Noise Nomads, Krystal Knight (aka Jessica Rylan / Can't), Hacky Pack Zac Sac, Mudboy, Cement Future, Happy Mother's Day I Can't Read, Cards On My Cunt, Prurient, Ex Members Of Josh Hydeman, Cloaca & Vom Grill, Xo4, Burning Star Core, Kites, Defneg, Tumble Cat Poof Poofy Poof, Trashbusters, Anthro Rex, Eric Boros, Bloated Ego and The Compliments, Mouthus, Mix Ape Synb, Orphan Fairytale, Unicorn Hard On, Muslux, Grey Skull, Black Tie Rubber Pussy, God Willing, Bobby Colombo With Silver Cindy, and JB de Kunst. Cover designed by Tyfus, Joshua Burkett, Noise Nomads and Bill Nace. With 16-page paper full of drawings and collages by Tyfus and liner notes by Carlo Steegen.


Deep in the Heart of Tuva — Cowboy Music From the Wild East

(Ellipsis Arts) Used CD + Hardcover Book $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

Produced and annotated by Ralph Leighton, this 1996 compilation brings together traditional and contemporary Tuvan music by Kongar-ool Ondar, Aldyn-ool Sevek, Oleg Kuular, Oorzhak Khunashtaar-ool, Bichi-Maa Davaa, Shaktar Shulban, Kaigal-ool Khovalyg, Nadezhda Kuular and the Tuvan State Ensemble Sayani, Sainho Namchylak, Mikhail Alperin, Huun-Huur-Tu with the Bulgarian Women’s Choir Angelite, Albert Kuvezin and Yat-Kha, and Paul “Earthquake” Pena. Sixty-four-page hard-cover book provides a glimpse into the history and culture of Tannu Tuva, plus translations of Tuvan stories and poetry.


Erewhon Calling: Experimental Sound in New Zealand

(CMR) paperback book $40.00 (Out-of-stock)

Bruce Russell-edited survey of how a bunch of antipodean misfits and malcontents have forged new ways and new reasons to make noise -- the full range of “non-standard” audio practices in contemporary NZ culture, from the borders of composed art music, through improvised noise, to deconstructed “rock’n pop filth,” and everything in-between. While not comprehensive (nor aiming to be), Erewhon Calling surpasses what anyone else has even attempted before. Artists and informed commentators mainly tell their own stories, describe their own work, and outline their own goals in working on the fringes of audio culture. Text / page works by Branden W. Joseph, Phil Dadson, Bruce Russell, Michael Morley, Byron Coley, Alastair Galbraith, Empirical, White Saucer, Clayton Noone, Andrew Clifford, Jeff Henderson, Daniel Beban and Nell Thomas, Su Ballard, Jon Bywater, Dan Vallor, Clinton Watkins, Witcyst, Andrew Scott, Campbell Kneale and Antony Milton, Vitamin S, Jon Dale, Mark Williams, Lee Noyes, Nathan Thompson, Beth Dawson, Sean O’Reilly, Kraus, Sean Kerr, Peter Stapleton, Stephen Clover, Dugal McKinnon, Omit, Peter Wright, Jo Burzynska, Ian-John Hutchinson, Kim Pieters, Paul Winstanley, Gentle Persuasion, Zoe Drayton, Simon Cuming, Stevie Kaye, Rachel Shearer, Richard Francis, Rosy Parlane, Kiran Dass, None Gallery, Zita Joyce, Mr. Sterile Assembly, Ben Spiers. 192 pages. Edition of 900.


Deviate From Balance

(Hesse Press) paperback book $25.00 (Out-of-stock)

Very dignified document covering recent work -- sound installation, video, collage, photography, typography, and graphic sound scores, with an essay by Bruce Russell. 64pp, full color.


Collage O’Clock

(Swimmers Group) paperback book $15.00

The title says it all. From 2016. Perfect bound, 7.25 x 9.5, 70pp. Includes obi


Deflated Smurf

(Color Code) Magazine $12.00

Reproduction of a one-off collage exercise book kept by No C in the first part of 2017. The original was a defaced copy of a book for adolescents about how bridges are constructed. Zukerman limited his pallet to black & white, and sometimes blue (the titular Smurf). The book is reproduced here in an abridged 6x9 24-page edition, faithfully riso printed in black, with blue replaced by a dashing gold spot color. Edition of 200. Includes obi