13 / GRIEF

Falling Apart b/w Whither

(Riotous Assembly) Used Split 7-inch $10.00

Grim, mournful doom metal backed with all-female kult sludge / doom metal. Second pressing on black vinyl, from 1993



(Arkaplan) Used LP + 7-inch $50.00

Turkish folk prog album from the mid-’70s. Includes “Anlatamiyorum” b/w “Köy Dügünü” seven-inch. Numbered edition 348/400 from 2003


... Against The Odds

(Unwucht - UN03) 2x7-inch $14.00

Six previously unreleased tracks of simian stomp, recorded live to half-inch tape in 1993. A planned seven-inch remained unrealized and the reels took a nap for seventeen years until Unwucht came to the rescue. Hand-photocopied gatefold sleeve, with a color postcard. Edition of 295.


Bacteria Cult / Actuary

(Vomitcore) split 7-inch $7.00

Dark, haunting strangeness from Bacteria Cult, who put the "uuuuuul" back in peculiar. This experimental group features Chris Dodge (Despise You, Lack of Interest, Spazz), Kevin Fetus (Fetus Eaters, Lack of Interest), Eddie Nervo (+Dog+, Destroy Date, Final Solution), and Jay Howard (Circuit Wound, Wire Werewolves). The Los Angeles based Actuary made a big impact on our comrades at Dead Formats: "Really intense noise ... full of hatred.... I felt a little ill.... It sounds like someone is being stabbed and tortured.... It's brutal in a way that nothing will ever be brutal again. This is horror." Blue vinyl.


The Austrasian Goat / Afflictis Lentae

(At War With False Noise - ATWAR047) split 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

One track each of machine-gun, blasting, old school black metal. First in a series of split 7s.


Agathocles / Sissy Spacek

(Ultra Eczema - UE77) split 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

The first in Ultra Eczema’s year-long series of monthly 7s in which anything goes: from the acid of Pierre Elitair to the mincecore of Agathocles or a prank by Frieder Butzmann. This one has ten songs by each band: Agathocles (raw, muffled, gruntly, painful, fast) drills holes in your skull and pours in a cocktail of ass-grinding diarrhea recorded during a rehearsal before a tour of Mexico; Sissy Spacek shaves off your nose and eyelashes with Gerogerigegege-style noisecore (a brutal slap of preparé right there). Fold open cover designed by Debby Tyfus, with lyrics, etc. 300 copies


Every Actual Body / Brittle Bones

(Hasten & Korset - 043) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Concrète mixed with industrial. Darksmith does very little with not much at all -- the sound of movement in an empty, open room captured on cassette tapes crudely and minimally manipulated. At once meditative and unsettling. Sweden's Mattias Gustafsson scrapes and grinds metal like a true demon. Drawings by Tom Darksmith. Artwork by Daniel Fagerström. With a postcard. Clear vinyl. Edition of 100.


Altered Beast

(Blak Skul - BSR005) 7-inch $9.75 (Out-of-stock)

Kansas City’s Altered Beast delivers riffs with the precision and rhythm of a death metal band — equal parts metal and hardcore without being metallic hardcore — punctuated with heavy youth crew breakdowns. Their blue-collar truth-dealer spits tales of city life with venom-tinged PMA. The result is tough-guy hardcore if your idea of a tough guy is a working class everyman, crushed by the slings and arrows of our post-industrial reality, but refusing to give up in his pursuit of some elusive transcendence. Besides a self-titled demo tape, this seven inch is the product of three years of gigging with countless unrecognized bands worthy of our respect, as well as opening for the likes of Napalm Death, Exodus, Madball, Phobia, Voivod, Prong, Noisem, Iron Reagan, etc. Edition of 440


Burmese Military Mandolin b/w Cadenza Freedom

(Chocolate Monk) 7-inch $12.00

Of interest to fans of SCG's mellower, ethno-forgered avant-psych material. From 1999. Semen colored vinyl.


Ambarchi / Flaherty, Corsano, Yeh

(Krayon Recordings) split 7-inch $9.00

The Flaherty, Corsano, Yeh Trio's oceans of bawling drum kit fire and fluttering string overtones fuse a complex web of ear asterism. Infiltrated by a woozy sax line that soon reduces in duration and increases the overall vehemence, with fragmented reed chewing rasp and roar joining myriad coordinates in this dense labyrinth of free magic. On the flip, an unexpected monolith from Ambarchi, stunningly crafted harmonic percolations of feedback glare, and riff particles slam into tantric drum force blast beats by Matt Skitz Sanders. Art by Paul Coors.


Devil Wolf Men

(Pica Disk - PICA010) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

A tapestry of location recordings and studio collaborations made during Ambarchi and Marhaug's tour of China in 2005.


Worried Friends b/w Nervous Enemies

(Pica Disk - PICA02) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

An inside-the-piano scrape-fest of anti-music. Recorded in Oslo, November 2006. 300 copies.


Yankee Psychic Hygine

(Spirit of Orr) Used 7-inch $3.00 (Out-of-stock)

Explosive subtle motion and jarring delicateness collide and co-mingle through two long sides on this collaborative joint by one half of The Magik Markers and the psych mind behind Axolotl.



(Peripheral - PM6) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

COMING SOON. Soundtracks of human erosion, soul disgust, sorrow and violence and brilliance, and refusal. Hexes cast back harder and blacker, sublime and childlike and concrete and diamond. Special sleeve, insert. Edition of 99


They Sent Me Into Space Today b/w Cicadas Birds + Gtr

(Greatdividing - DD011) split 7-inch $10.00

Arob and Soottyb’s collaboration “They Sent Me Into Space Today” mixes and dweedles electronics “until they slip over your head like a soft mosquito blanket,” according to Byron Coley, who also pegs the instrumentation (drums and “flapper”) as the tools for accessing a “wormhole into some strange rock universe.” Arob’s “Cicadas Birds + Gtr,” as the title suggests, combines field recordings from the countryside with a home recording made in a bedroom in the city. Plays well on either 45 or 33 rpm, which is rarely a bad sign.


Arv & Miljö

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB008) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

A ten-minute ode to Gothenburg, focusing almost entirely on the sounds of seagulls and rain, with only tiny hints of the troubled A&M past. Recordings from a window. Edition of 200


Hold On

(Family Bookstore - FBR01) 7-inch $5.25

Asdsska is a duo consisting of Aska Matsumiya (The Sads, Moonrats) and David Scott Stone (The Sads, Get Hustle, Unwound, Melvins). Matsumiya is a classically trained pianist and the A-side features a slow Satie-esque piano refrain accompanied by her delicate voice and Stone's ethereal modular synthesizer drones. The B-side, "We Feel it More Than They Do," is an ambient instrumental variation on Hold On's melody.


Saturns Slave

(Hospital - HOS229) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two new tracks of raw black metal from the cold gas of the cosmic crucifixion. 900 copies on blue vinyl and 100 on clear vinyl.


The "o" Mouth Direct Input Raygun

(Turgid Animal - TA409) 7-inch $9.00

New tracks from Phil Todd and Mel Delaney. Leeds UK's finest experimental movers and shakers of the last decade or so. Perhaps their noisiest material yet. Limited to 250 copies on black vinyl.


Here We Are Together Again b/w Yellow Dollars

(Destijl - IND086) 7-inch $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

The last of the vintage, tipple-era Askew, before the fingers cramped and began tickling digital ivory. Two wondrous cuts that would've been included on the Little Eyes CD were time not space: live versions of "Here We Are Together Again" and "Yellow Dollars," taken from David Porter's Show on WYBC, November 1969.


Satanispiritus b/w Lady of The Moon

(Unseen Forces - UF004) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Reissue of the elusive and only known recording by this mysterious late 1960s Motor City proto-street metal ensemble. Two powerful offerings of Goetic psychedelia and occult street metal magic. Edition of 300.


Astral Social Club / Glockenspiel

(Krayon Recordings - KR014) split 7-inch $8.25

Machines groan and distant melodies ascend on the face-chewer by Neil Campbell on one side, while Glockenspiel’s vinyl debut on the flip weaves wooly tones with the harmonics of rubbed toms and bowed metal. A snow-blind haze of feedback, amplified string scrape and analogue electronics.


100 Keyboards b/w 100 Rock

(Meeuw Muzak - MM045) 7-inch $6.25 (Out-of-stock)

A headscratcher from this Kanazawa-based sound artist and general experimental noise chef. Two pieces are sourced from a recent installation work of a hundred toy keyboards, with the A-side bearing the disassociated feel of a Super-8 footage loop — bleached colors, perhaps a lone bird wheeling in the sky, or a holiday fragment of a blinking child with an uncertain smile walking toward the camera, clutching an ice cream. A beautiful, nebulous, everything-and-nothing sound, while the noisier B-side maintains a sort of relentless calm, like the optimum flow of a factory environment that 19th century socialists might have shrugged at. A demonstration of the patterns which emerge from the balance of order and chaos. Subtly energizing.


Atelier Méditerranée

(Bruit Direct Disques - BRD6) 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Music by children from the Institut Médico Educatif Ambroise Croizat in Saint Ouen, performed and recorded as part of a workshop led by David Lemoine (Cheveu) and Antoine Capet. Arranged by Lemoine, this “outsider electro-noise or something” throbs with the vibe of disturbed humanity. Part of a series that includes the homeless, convicts in jail, and street musicians.



(BloodLust! - B!146) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

The A-side of this new single by cult Italian death-industrialists Atrax Morgue was originally submitted as an alternate B-side to the Her Guts 7-inch (Bloodlust 2005), but the unsettling "Sinfonia Per Un Sadico" was chosen for that record instead, leaving “Omicidio” shelved and untouched until after Marco Corbelli’s death in 2007. It is vocal-driven Atrax Morgue song favored by Bloodlust, while the B-side is a 2009 remix/edit of "Autoerotic Death" (a choice segment of heavy, dark analog synth). Multicolor marble vinyl (ranging in tenor from dark bruises to sick bile spit up by a dying plague victim). Edition of 500.



(Meeuw Muzak) Used 10-inch $12.00

RLW used recordings of an electronic organ and a ringing bell both played by Akifumi Nakajima. Aube used recordings of a church organ made by Ralf Wehowsky. Red vinyl from the mid-’90s. Edition of 300


Pulse Resonator

(Praxis Dr. Bearmann) Used LP + 7-inch $35.00

Coherent VCO recordings from 1995. “Highly electric and often piercing sound,” says Freak Animal, “but not very ripping like loudest of the noise. More ‘artistic’ with perfection on capturing the sonic qualities.” Red twelve-inch vinyl. Clear seven-inch vinyl. With obi. Numbered edition of 275.


Axilogue / Thermidor One Five

(White Denim - WD12) 7-inch picture disc $10.00

Crafted in their fine tradition, Aufgehoben continue to carve harsh chunks of noise with their first departure on seven-inch vinyl. Guitar and electronics sound like neither, while sprawling percussion tumbles across the rotten landscape. The two tracks on this monochromatic record jump right for the jugular, leaving little time for subtlety or reflection. Not recommended for antique styluses. 524 copies


Almost Dead

(At War With False Noise - ATWAR076) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Aunt Mary's most recent record was a split seven-inch with Man Is The Bastard in 1992. Their total noisecore combines very basic drum beats (resembling pipes banged on a couple of industrial tanks), feedback, wailing guitar, and brutal vocals, all utterly maxed-out. Not too dissimilar to early AxCx. Edition of 300. Full-color sleeve.


The Austrasian Goat / Chambre Froide

(At War With False Noise) split 7-inch $7.75 (Out-of-stock)

The second in the Austrasian Goat split seven-inch series delivers more funeral doom from the home town team, totally desperate stuff. Chambre Froide is Darkthrones-style raw black metal. Crusty, filthy.



(Worldmadefleshrecordings - 001) 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

From 1996.


Ich verkündige festtage, furcht, etliche nachrichten, beweinenswerten Tod

(Éditions Vibrisse - iiss04) 7-inch (lathe cut) $15.00

Inscrutable tape manipulated field recordings by AKA_Bondage, Anla Courtis, Franq De Quengo, Ogrob, that reference the 500-year-old death knell at Strasbourg Cathedral. Serene yet unsettling. Two inserts. Edition of 33.


Soft Offerings

(Balinese Beast) 7-inch $15.00

Three tracks of frenetic cut-up rhythm coming from treated feedback and overdriven saxophones, recorded live at Olga’s Laundry in Athens, Greece. Includes two inserts. Edition of 287.


Bark Haze / Our Love Will Destroy the World

(Krayon Recordings - KR009) split 7-inch $8.25

OLWDtW’s Campbell Kneale (ex-Birchville Cat Motel) closes in on the glistening, levitation altar, with backwards bliss-shimmer, spooked chant, and analogue squawk’n’squeal. Bark Haze (Thurston Moore and Andrew MacGregor) hit back with focused power-drone guitar dueling from the heart of the bong.


Uncertainty Principle

(Small Doses - DOSE121) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Yasutoshi Yoshida of Government Alpha joins the brotherhood of the skull flag on Side A for a creeping, crawling track where dark ambient swells underpin Eric Wood’s trademark vocals and noise loops. Side B has the harsher track, with Hiroshi Hasegawa of Astro tearing through synth lines with blasts of noise while leaving room for Wood’s growled and screamed vocals. Olive green vinyl, printed vellum envelopes with an insert.


Bats / Songs

(Spring Press - SP03) split 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two tracks of signature understated NZ guitar-pop on one side (an excerpt from the Bats’ The Guilty Office album and an unreleased outtake from the same sessions); two tracks by the photographer Max Doyle’s Sydney-based group on the flip (an acoustic version of “Keeping it Clean” and an unreleased recording of “My Number”). Edition of 500


Metal / Flesh

(Bocian - BC05) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

This Australian avant garde percussionist’s long-standing preoccupation with extended technique and acoustically generated noise applied to the conventional drumkit in a freely improvised context has helped push the bounds of the acoustic drumkit’s sonic potential (alongside compatriots Robbie Avenaim, Tony Buck, Steve Heather, Joe Talia and Will Guthrie). Baxter’s concise improvisations, performed with unconventional implements, extract unusual timbres from the drumkit. His vast and dense sonic worlds, created without overdubs or processing, allude to avant garde electronic music, Modernist chamber music in the style of Xenakis and Lachenmann, extreme noise and the maximalist spectrum of post-AMM free improv. On “Metal,” piercing untuned aluminium windchimes flail against the rims and membranes of the kit in a chaotic flurry, creating a barrage of stochastic rhythms and accidental harmonies, exploiting the high frequency ranges of metallic sound. “Flesh,” in complete contrast, employs the exclusive use of the body; fingers, hands, fists and elbows strike, coddle and pummel various components of the drumkit, coercing and coaxing more rounded, but equally uncompromising and slightly uncomfortable bottom-end sounds from the instrument.


Piel's Session

(Flipped Out) Used 7-inch $2.00 (Out-of-stock)

Four tracks. Distorted, stoned, grungy. From 1996


Tough Man

(BloodLust! - B!066) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Rhode Island artist Peter Lee (Force Of Nature) crafts a mixture of old-school industrial and power electronics, with intense vocals, tempered by dark, death-industrial-influenced, ambient soundscapes. Eleventh release in the BloodLust! Private 7" series. Plain white sleeve. 300 copies.


Light Silence, Dark Speech

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB005) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Intimate and perplexing alto sax by this New York-based artist. Ten stripped-down mesmerizing minutes that owe just as much to free jazz skronk as they do to contemporary sound art. Edition of 200.


Das Testament

(Backwards - BW05, BW05-7) LP + 7-inch $45.00 (Out-of-stock)

The two Das Testament suites were recorded in 1982, released by Mectpyo in 1983, and can be included among the most extreme and uncompromising MB recordings; Bianchi’s synthesizer parts and tape loops create an incredibly oppressive soundscape. Remastered for the Backwards edition, his bleak, dark electronics, rhythms, and neutronic effects reach the avowed goal: “to produce technological sounds and in such a way to work on [the] complete realizing of the modern decadence.” The bonus seven-inch on white vinyl includes two previously unreleased tracks: “Defected Piano (Part One)” and Defected Piano (Part Two).” Includes insert. Edition of 100.


Bilbo's Incinerator

(w.mo/r - w.mo/r17) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

An atypically gushing review at Siltblog says this 7-inch "erupts like fissures of primordial ash 'n' pumice from a toxic lava of Punk Brut that is most refreshing & revelatory." Art For Spastics concurs, describing it as "abhorrent pummeling scuzzrock that is so extremely harrowing," filled with "unbridled anger and despair." Other people have good things to say about it as well, but fuck 'em.


Fresh Hair b/w Bopper’s Hat

(Permanent) Used Split 7-inch $4.00

The respective side-projects of Cave and Wooden Shjips make for a good pairing. Each band specializes in minimalist psych obviously influenced by Krautrock, with Bitchin Bajas focusing on melodic repetition while Moon Duo is heavier on rhythm and quite a bit darker. Edition of 750


Bizarre Uproar / Macronympha

(Trash Ritual - TRASH048) split 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Conflicted pairing of Dominance Aggression. Bizarre Uproar's unrefined Finnish harsh noise (along the lines of the ultra-violence sessions of Liha-Evankeliumi) vs. calculated composition of electronics and raw acoustics from one of the USA's strongest, Macronympha. Two counts of assault with difference of intent. Fold-over sleeve with two double-sided color inserts.


Frozen Energy b/w Push You

(Avant! - AV!036) 7-inch $11.00 (Out-of-stock)

Avant’s second Black Bug single features vocals by Shawn Foree (Digital Leather), reestablishes the savage force of the band while at same time probing previously unknown areas. A perfect balance of straightforward, stripped-down synthetic punk and a glance to the dark side of early UK post-punk. Edition of 300


Code Black / First and Only

(At War With False Noise - ATWAR063) split 7-inch $7.75 (Out-of-stock)

Black Sun are still as heavy as their Paralyser LP but this rager's much more in the short, fast and loud vein. They Are Cowards play focused, grim, Northern waste-inspired misery, building from a massive Celtic Frost-esque riff. Beastly.


Black To Comm

(Dekorder) Used 10-inch $5.00

Hamburg computer music artist Marc Richter’s 2003 debut release cascades “short bursts of electronic gibberish, woven into sheets of shimmer that fall through space glistening, then wiggle on the floor with all the grace and beauty of twitching Moray eels.” Clear vinyl. 45 RPM. Edition of 250


Mojo Kitty

(In The Red) Used 7-inch $7.00

Three blues punk Molotov cocktails from 1994 by Mick Collins, Alejandro Cuervo, Janet Walker, and Darin Lin Wood, delivering gloriously sludge-crossed feedback, reverb and bad vibes.


Children’s Suite and Live at PBS

(Dual Plover) 7-inch + CD $15.50 (Out-of-stock)

Possibly the sickest release produced by a label that specializes in a sweet variety of ill. Contrary to expectation, Kevin Blechdom (Belctum From Blechdom, Erase Errata) transforms the Beatles classic “Twist and Shout” into a celebration of prenatal pleasure. The first 500 copies come with a bonus CD of La Bleckles recorded live at PBS FM during her 2006 tour of Australia. Nice ’n’ womby.


Käre Jesus b/w Mandys Bil

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB013) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Spun from the circle around Enhet För Fri Musik, Gustaf Dicksson’s nerve-wrecking tape collage work uses found cassettes to create bizarre glimpses of an extremely cold but thrilling north. The private nature of the source material — thrift store gems like home recordings of children singing, random conversations and crude boom box experimentation, sometimes spiced up with sparse instrumentation and always layered with a rudimentary pause-rec-ff-rewind editing — adds a disturbing flavor, as if one has snuck into someone’s living room on a Saturday night and hidden behind the rugged IKEA family couch. The A-side is based on repeated snippets from a Christian congregation in Sweden, while the slow-burning B-side investigates the grueling nature of car-ownership. Edition of 200


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.”


One Less Summer

(Tinker) Used 7-inch $2.50

“Nervewracking squall and chatter” is how our friends at Subterranean describe the five tracks here from 1996, “with some soft, low-frequency pillow-rumble that is positively asphyxiating.


Frantic b/w Mystery

(540) Used 7-inch $3.00 (Out-of-stock)

2010 reissue of the self-titled debut seven-inch originally released in 1979 by Savage Music. Inspired by the likes of The Gang Of Four, the A-side is a re-write of a Just Urbain song while the flip is a sped up / hacked up cover of “Venus in Furs.” Vocals are more whispered than yelped, the vintage drum machine drone adds a spectral quality, and it has the trademark bass-heavy, non-production values much loved by the Savage Music family.


Bonesaw / Lobotomized

(At War With False Noise - ATWAR089) split 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Bonesaw's old-school death metal is fast and raw, with sludgy slow parts and horrible vocals. Lobotomized offer two tracks of punky death metal, similar to Abscess or maybe even newer Darkthrone. Heavy vinyl with full-color insert. Edition of 350.


Fog Frog b/w Ladies Ladies

(Meeuw Muzak - MM039) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

The 2003 mix of "Fog Frog" (involving electric heater percussion and subsequently disparaged as "too Neubauten") is updated with judicious sense of organization while retaining the tipsy-sounding execution of the original -- recorded by Goldt in a hotel room with a Fellini-inspired choir of wine-filled glasses. The post-feminist pre-ejaculate that is "Ladies Ladies" gets a gentle re-agitation as well, with Boombastik and Kubin filleting Goldt's words and music from the historical timeline with their human-beatboxing and dada production, respectively.


Plastik Lieb / Hoffnung

(Meeuw Muzak - MM031) 7-inch $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

A studio piece and a live track by the human beatbox from Berlin, who does his thing with voice, tape loops and effects. Through the years he has worked with Trainingslager, Fischmob, Hofoku Soshi, Funkstoerung, Patric Catani, Felix Kubin, and Khan. Raw and tight beats, pure intensity, and combative notoriety.


Man Is The Bastard / Born Against

(Vermiform) Used Split 8-inch $18.00

All five “A Call For Consciousness” tracks by the big mac daddies of power violence on one side, and Born Against’s final four recordings on the other, some of their most creative and captivating tracks by a mile, especially “Wearing a Lampshade,” “Five Dollars an Hour” and the killer “My Favorite Housing Project.” From 1994.


Ins Kahle Zimmer Sinken Blaue Firne

(Ultramarine - UM024) 7-inch $13.50

Fantastic “chamber” recording from these two masters of the screeching acoustic metal-on-metal -- Amsterdam-based artist Dijkstra (whose extremely personal work, redolent of opium, crusty wallpaper and taxidermy, involves accordion, unknown electronics, and voice) and Swiss violinist extraordinaire Boss. Violin, organ, fork and spoon are the credited instruments here, blowing ice cold gusts into your listening parlor, like twisted classical music from a distant century. Silkscreen jacket. Edition of 100.


The Bowles

(Kye - KYE705) 7-inch $11.25 (Out-of-stock)

The briefly extant Australian trio of Matthew P. Hopkins, Christopher Schueler (R.I.P.) and Mary MacDougal came together in 2009 and plied their craft across the patchwork of warehouses, attics and D.I.Y. artspaces connecting the Blue Mountains of New South Wales to inner city Sydney, before imploding later that same year. This six-track overview, recorded live to Dictaphone in Sydney, consists of murky cassette montages, strung-out 3am ballads and exquisite-corpse-style constructs that unify and define an original voice few have heard. Includes color postcard. Edition of 350.


irr. app. (ext.) / Mykel Boyd

(Somnimage - som10009) split 7-inch $12.00

Matthew Waldron's avant-brewski meets Boyd's drones and sputters, like a cicada in Lake Michigan. White vinyl, silver on black silk screened sleeve. Limited to 200 copies


Painting Petals on Planet Ghost / Mykel Boyd

(Somnimage - som10014) split 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

The Opalio brothers (My Cat is an Alien) with Ramona Ponzini bring the mellow on the Painting Petals on Planet Ghost side with ambient noise and bells. Boyd's sweet ride consists of processed field recordings. White vinyl in opaque wrap-over sleeve. Limited to 200 copies.


Make It Stop

(Training Bra) 7-inch $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

The debut vinyl by this early ’80s free-improv, Smegma-influenced outsider collective of Butte County-based freaks. Found objects, homemade instruments, prerecorded tapes and vinyl, psychotic cover versions of AM fodder, and a resolute lack of music skills abound. "Deeply peculiar," Weird Record of the Week — CMJ. Members went on to play in Vomit Launch and Glands of External Secretion.


Refreshing Hemorrhage

(Butte County Free Music Society - 44) 7-inch $8.00

Both versions of “People,” the aloof masterpiece by Mancunian iconoclasts Gods Gift, are covered simultaneously on the A Side, as Bren’t Lewiis shambles along on fuzz guitar, warped keyboards, and Colour Out Of Space field recordings, while the imperious Silvia Kastel intones her dispassionate but resolutely negative critique of mankind. The B Side continues with a severely bent cover of both versions of “O Jackie O,” itself a damaged charm song by Chicago trio ONO, here performed on messed-up kazoo, holiday wrapping paper tube, and tape-manipulated field recordings from the swamp where Annette Funicello’s head was buried by The Allman Bros. An unhealthy tape piece brings the record its queasy conclusion. Overall, totally appalling, but in a good way, like the talent show scene in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. Edition of 100.


Bullet In The Head

(Bulb) Used 7-inch $2.00

Three short tracks of proto-industrial noiserock from 1993


Body Blues

(Hospital - HOS182) 7-inch $6.75 (Out-of-stock)

Spencer Yeh’s voice of rapture emerges from the tunnels of noise. Two side-long pieces that drift between driving, nostalgic, road-weary, headlong plunges into human mysteries and sombre, rose-pedal synth write private and voyeuristic existentialism.


Burning Star Core / Del

(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC08) split 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

A blend of wild rock energy with anarchic noise weirdness in a complex, explosive, multi-layered sound. Traditional instrumentation (violin, drums + guitars) and noisy, chaos-generating electronics, unified in celebration of the power of primal natural forces and the creative energy of sexual instincts.


I Am A 7-inch Single

(Ultra Eczema - UE83) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

The German hero of prank art, weirdo live shows, and real head-scratch records is back with a single about a single. Jacket is a stencil-print of Elvis. Edition of 200.


The C&B

(Siltbreeze - SB132) 7-inch $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

The C&B is short for The Cat & Bells Club, a brief 1991 precursor to The Shadow Ring (whose early recordings fuse equal parts Tyrannosaurus Rex’s mystical recitations with Throbbing Gristle’s aural idolatry). The C&B seem divinely born out of the sputtering taps of brown ale that flowed freely down the gullets of various first-generation DIY shufflers, most notably 49 Americans or Door And The Window. And while this is just dumb luck, there's no denying a genus, unintentional as it may be. The templates for the ruminative, droll and original wordsmithing, not to mention the threadbare musical accompaniment, that would soon become the hallmark for The Shadow Ring sound are now available for the first time ever. Four tracks, 300 pressed. Original artwork by Graham Lambkin.


Faceless Kiss / Blut Mond

(Emerald Cocoon - EC008) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Cantu-Ledesma’s guitar beams directly down from Souvlaki Space Station and arrives gorgeously mangled via modular synthesizer. Romantically haloed chorus guitar floats widescreen across relentless static drum machines until the sky splits open in the final movement, spilling burning guitar fragments over everything. The pink-out bliss explored on Love Is A Stream (Type Records, 2010) is unapologetically pop here, and more aggressive. The B-side is a bass-heavy covert floater – night sky music this member of Tarental and The Alps, a regular collaborator with filmmaker Paul Clipson and founder of the Root Strata label. Volume six in Emerald Cocoon’s Alone Together series. Edition of 300.


Where’s My Love, My Eyes Are Gone, The Rains Are Coming

(Alethiometer - WHISTLE06) 7-inch $10.00

A slippery slab of vinacular gravitas that continues the Begemotian crusade initiated with Oar Of Panmuphle in 2012. Once again the streets run red from the exsanguination of countless pomegranates, and this third installment might very well reveal what your darkest imaginings should not hazard to contemplate.


Live At CBGB 1986

(Roaratorio - ROAR30) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

These archival recordings from the NYC punk club capture a moment in time when free jazz got its first chance since Detroit’s Grande Ballroom ca. 1968 to organically meld with sheer metalesque maelstrom. The twisted, thrashing power chords and shrieking licks of Dissipated Face guitarist Kurt “Hologram” Ralske, fueled by the throbbing rhythms of Steve “X Dream” Popkin and Ben “Face” Munves, who alternated on bass and drums, blend with special guest saxophonist Carter’s cathartic alto wail. Cover artwork by Raymond Pettibon.


Obelisk / Tholos

(Emerald Cocoon - EC003) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

A lone voice, tangled bells, the caw of a crow, a plane passing overhead… A fortuitous overlapping of sound moments, trapped in amber an act of white witchcraft, a healing spell that defines time with the merest of tools. Volume one in Emerald Cocoon’s Alone Together series. Edition of 300.


Siberian Field Recordings / Interview with a Whale Hunter

(Von Archives - VON004) 7-inch $12.00

SALE PRICE. The oldest whale hunter of Lorino in Chukotka, speaking about his life and experiences in chukchi (a language that it is danger of extinction, one of Siberia's oldest).



(Rococo) Used 7-inch $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

Owen Ashworth turns Paul Simon’s buoyant travelogue into a painfully lonely journey from one dark bedroom corner to another with a delightfully mopey cover. Includes Xiu Xiu remix of “Casiotone for the Painfully Alone in a Yellow Shirt” and the B-side “Sunday Street.”


This Fits / This Is Familiar

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB012) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two tracks of just guitar and vocals, stripped down to the bare minimum and driven by an austere ambience, recorded during the Roses Always Die sessions. Edition of 200.


Ana / Kata

(Beta Lactam Ring) Used 10-inch $10.00

Two long tracks from 2002 that trade in the currency of stratosphere, sounding like distant decayed echoes of supernovas. “Ana” rings out with phased vocals that dance within quartertones of each other, an extended intro to spacious guitar double helixes swimming through plasma. On the flip, “Kata” resembles lost soundtrack material to a Maya Deren film. Numbered edition of 500


Kid Brother

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB010) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

A splendid, minimalistic mixture of post-Savoury Days UK DIY slow-motion pop by Russell Walker and Tom James Scott. Shimmering organ melodies, sparse drumming, piano and field recordings. Edition of 200


Chicken Shit

(Siltbreeze - SB133) 7-inch $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

This debut vinyl from Kyle and Mike (two-thirds of FNU Ronnies, with a drum machine) follows a cassette on Fan Death and a track on Skulls Without Borders 10-inch (Siltbreeze 2009). Prime Euro movers such as early Dieter Meier and Geisterfahrer come to mind as reference points, not to mention the vibe of early Amphetamine Reptile (Halo of Flies' "Insecticide Stomp," in particular). Edition of 400 copies.



(SDZ) 7-inch $12.00

CIA Debutante has been cultivating its brain fog for years, stashing away in places that consistently experience connectivity issues. Grey humor is a basis for life and the therapy of homemade electronic chaos, the nature of which is yet to be determined, as a reflective blanket. In this techno-cocoon like no other woven by Paul Bonnet (Disposition Matrix), Nathan Roche (Le Villejuif Underground) develops thoughts-counter-brains, his lobes like pet iguanas surfing on the essential vibrations of the useless. The images are there, those of countless extremophilic organisms, fractured cosmic debris, the ocean floor cracking, the international station stalling and a general instability that spreads tirelessly like the devil’s worm in the oldest gold mines. Perpetually reachable on a number that doesn’t exist yet, the duo is once again working wonders with stellar musical foam. Handmade sleeve. Edition of 200


Ode to Fidelity

(Destijl - IND085) 7-inch $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

Seemingly inspired by something or someone that has pierced her young, little heart, Haley Fohr has established herself as an ambitious songwriters. Three songs that form part of the sound arc it is difficult to believe has apexed. This single promises to echo between the ears till Fohr's next full-length is complete, surely a monster.


Cloudland Canyon / Citay

(Intercoastal Artists) Used Split 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Cloudland Canyon pushes Galaxie 500’s “Temperature’s Rising” further out, out, out into outer space, while Citay does a stripped down cover of G500’s pop masterpiece “Tugboat.” Hand-stamped, numbered edition of 300


Say There’s A Reason

(Roaratorio - ROAR41) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

The members of this mid-’60s San Francisco combo came from jazz, flamenco and R&B backgrounds, but together their psychedelic brew verges on Blue Cheer heaviness. They gigged everywhere but left behind no recorded artifacts. A deal with Vanguard went nowhere when their manager absconded to Mexico with the advance money on an ill-fated mission to buy a kilo of pot. A later incarnation of the band — with a completely different lineup and musical style — released a 45 that has since become a favorite of crate-digging DJs, but This ain’t That. These two tracks hail from 1967 and 1968. The A-Side was recorded at Nick Gravenites’s studio in Sausalito, while the sonics on the live “Hat Full Of Dreams” recalls VU’s guitar amp boot (with a solo as overdriven and atonal as this, it’s a plus). Liner notes by Jim Moscoso, rare photographs. Edition of 505.


Ritual Smothering

(BloodLust! - B!079) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Milwaukee’s Alex Kmet unleashes chilling power electronics. The fifteenth release in the BloodLust! Private 7-inch series. Plain white sleeve. 300 copies.



(Turgid Animal - TA381) split 7-inch $8.00

Finland's best kept secret meets England's vilest in a power electronics showdown with lyrics and artwork based on dementia. Limited 250 copies on black vinyl.


Painted Nails

(Hospital - HOS226) 7-inch $8.50 (Out-of-stock)

Hospital's first venture directly into the controversial and rhythmic world of trance, power noise, synth pop, and '80s industrial music. Three authentically morose, epic anthems with the texture of a shattered champagne glass. Imagine a highly damaged, Downward Spiral-era demo hitting the raw nerve of a heart, where all breaths freeze in rapture and all feelings croak in the blood of the beat-less heart.


Sad Finger

(Stateart) Used 7-inch $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

Dark ambient, ritual and experimental music from 2000. Numbered edition of 300. Seam-split along top edge of jacket.


W. Transmission 2

(A.N. Column Release - CRLP001) Used LP + 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Electronic industrial from 1993. Edition 500


Familiedrama / Pain

(Praxis Dr. Bearmann - TH17) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

From 1997.


Shadow Of A Lonely Man

(Destijl) Used 7-inch $10.00

2009 reissue of 1996 about which 7 Awkward Inches said “Nasty little hermit bastard locks himself in a room and poops out hyper-dense alcho-folk over two sides of seemingly moss-encrusted vinyl. I’m a huge fan of music that is as depressing as humanly possible. I hope he didn’t die, though.”


Mutual Transgressions b/w Solitary Solace

(Oxen - OXEN011) 7-inch $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

Wrong Hole’s Nial Morgan slashes paths through forests of electro-tape destruction with sleep-deprived swagger with “Mutual Transgressions.” his compositional prowess is on rare and inspiring form throughout Mutual Transgressions’ specifically obtuse personal narrative. On the flip, the equally malicious and unhinged “Solitary Solace” by Contrain’s Kevin McEleny ladders to a crushing apex of sublime cacophony. Edition of 100


Homme Sauvage

(Danger Records - DR010) 7-inch $10.50

Previously unreleased cold-wave synth punk by this Brussels group that rose in 1979 from the ashes of Chainsaw, Streets, X-Pulsion.


Bloody Language

(Backwards - BW13) 7-inch $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

Three tracks by Silvia Kastel and Ninni Morgia that reconnect the duo to the tradition of rock’n’roll in all facets (psychedelia, industrial, punk, no wave). Silkscreened jacket. Have a look at their video for the title track here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tC4f7YXHOFw


Elegy For Rusted Souls

(Backwards - BW08) Used LP + 7-inch $18.00

The first new, previously unreleased music since 1982 by San Francisco industrial pioneers Factrix, together with Italian duo Silvia Kastel and Ninni Morgia. The quartet uses guitars, bass and electronics in their fusion of acoustic and electric elements, primitive rhythm patterns and ghostly, No Wave-ish vocals. Edition of 500. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2013


Bizarre and Tortuous Rituals of the Primitive World

(Secret Devil - SRD001) 7-inch $7.50

Noise rock from Leeds, UK, 1995.


Sunburst Lux

(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC03) split 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Heavily processed field recordings (geyser sounds), weird cassette loops, tape manipulations, oscillations.


Dead Excitement

(Bunkerpop) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Reissue of the first seven by Dutch post-punkers, originally self-released in 1981 with appropriated Rock Against Records logo. If later material is comparable to Joy Division, this could be considered their Warsaw-era: rhythm-driven, upbeat punk with a dark vibe, pulsing with jagged guitars and snarled yet blasé vocals. Includes all original artwork, extra photos and a band history by an original member.



(Gold Soundz - GS31) split 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Gastric Female Reflex transmits songs through the cackle of thirty-meter Bronze Age jump ropes, and then swats them with unspooled tape from faulty tape recorders. On the flipside, deepwoods Maine-based Crank Sturgeon takes a similar story and runs it into the side of a convent full of shark-eating nuns, who respond with high-powered leaf blowers, stopping now and again to play a little violin and pee in their Dixie Cups. Not your typical avant electro-acoustic record, but still glorious, spacious, snakey, and primitive.


Crash Course In Science

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD67) 3xLP + 7-inch $75.00 (Out-of-stock)

Legendary minimal synth / wave band from Philadelphia formed in 1979. Choosing toy instruments and live drums out of necessity, CCIS began by experimenting with a series of recording devices. The toy instruments gave way to crude drum machines and “Frankenstein"-type homemade instruments. Their first seven-inch (also included with bonus tracks) introduced listeners to their noisy, unpredictable world and went on to become a classic minimal synth record. In 1981 they went in a darker, more sinister direction, resulting in “Signals from Pier Thirteen” (included are eight unreleased demo tracks from this period). “Cardboard Lamb” and “Flying Turns” gained exposure through club play during the '80s. Two live recordings from 1980 and 1981 are also part of this box set, including a performance opening for the Philip Glass ensemble in Philadelphia. The third LP, Near Marineland, contains completed mixes of previously unreleased studio material (along with remixes) arranged and produced by John Wicks, CCIS’s original producer.


Haz / Crystal Dwarf Opens His Eyes

(Monotype) 7-inch $9.75

A beastly, dynamic noise piece on one side by Ferran Fages (feedback, mixing board) and Alfredo Costa Monteiro (electroacoustic devices). Bitter, swirling electronics with a suggestion of a pulse by Karol Koszniec (electronics), Dominik Kowalczyk (laptop) and Jakub Mikolajczyk (modular synth) on the other.



(Atavistic) Used 10-inch $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

“Sun” is a fantastic mix of fierce playing from the band and aggressive, intentionally dirty production. “*” sounds something like a drunk jazz band late at night with Matt Jones muttering low vocals in the distance. The extended “Unit System” closes the disc with a low, clattering drumbeat in the distance, guitar, bass and keyboard parts emerging from the production murk and a lengthy movie or interview segment unfolding throughout.


Cro Magnon

(Bruit Direct Disques - BRD3) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

Teenage female duo Haley Fohr (of Destijl recording artists Circuit Des Yeux) and Katie Leming power their way through three gloriously fucked lo-fi cassette jams with squonking, mis-articulated garage guitar licks and drums as detonators. Classic destructo-punk. Not to be confused with the 1960s Cromagnon, but you knew that.


Suppression In The Third

(Ecstatic Peace) Used 10-inch $10.00

Deep and considered brainmelt that moves from dark drone solace to sick shards of noise hell by ultra-weirdo troublemaker and one half of Relay For Death.


Crystal Fantasy / Hair Police

(Liquid Death / Hello Pussy) Used Split 10-inch $4.00

Tracks by the Milwaukee quartet are from another world, “one where Lisa Frank designs come to life, roads are built of rainbows and the sky is illuminated by every color across the spectrum,” according to Adam Strohm. “Modulated vocals [and] synthesized squiggles cross a field of minimalist fluorescent electronics as tasteful effects accompany the dialogue,” after which Hair Police seem “positively ugly,” with their “mismatched pieces and sharp edges, shuddering oscillations [that] overpower static squeals…, sounds drown[ing] under sounds, and human screams [getting] swallowed in the polluted mix…. The two groups certainly share a determination to explore the far reaches…, [with] Crystal Fantasy drift[ing] into cartoon clouds and Hair Police writhing underground.”


Cherry Blossom Girls

(Turgid Animal - TA204) 7-inch $7.50

Two tracks of dense, thick, cloudy, foggy drone in tribute to fetishist Lee Stokoe’s beloved cherry blossom girls. With three inserts featuring Stokoe’s original artwork. 200 copies pressed on black vinyl.


Cured Pink /Penguins

(Vacant Valley - VV08) split 7-inch $20.00

Cured Pink’s effectively creepy side is a chain-rattling death march of single-chord electric guitar, mournfully strummed amid stormy ambiance and shouted vocals. Penguins’ militaristic drumming and formidable hedge wall of guitar are tough enough to withstand the start-stop chug of their track, along with menacing brass and shrieking. White vinyl. Austrialian import.


Dead Gods / Dandi Wind

(Rampage) split 7-inch $7.00

Dead Gods' “The Perfect Lie” is polished, new-wavish, angst-ridden and packed with New Order-esque bass lines; swaying melodies and detailed synth arrangements recall something Johnny Marr of The Smiths would whip out. Mope-y lyrics, a touch of glockenspiel and pizzicato strings, Phil Spector-style production, driving and danceable. Guest appearances by Jim Magas (Lake of Dracula), Bobby Conn and Monica Boo Boo, Josh (Majhonng). Dandi Wind are a Vancouver-based duo who consider their peers Glass Candy, Crystal Castles, or SSION. “Incubation” is a trippy blur of pounding, almost tribal music with astonishing and chaotic vocal arrangements, dark lyrics, intricate production, and throbbing lead synth lines. Edition of 300 copies.


From Dust To Dust b/w Warm Up

(Dadjo) 7-inch (lathe cut) $30.00

“With absolutely no connection to the lead singer of country rockers Black Oak Arkansas or the LaVerne Baker R&B classic comes this mysterious single,” explains WFMU’s David Noades. Both songs of this early 70s obscurity from Saginaw, Michigan, have “a deliciously dubious home-made quality about them…. The A-side … uses the old Christian burial idiom as a moral look at life and death…. [A]wkward and shaky vocal delivery [is] not helped by the staccato rhythms of the verses and the over-use of the word dust … [while] the chorus … ends in a clumsy but obvious rip off of Billy Preston’s organ coda from ‘Let It Be’…. [L]udicrously overlabored drum fills and Phil Spector-esque harmony backing … add to the unintentional comic effect…. [A] truly bonkers fairground-style organ solo … is in complete contrast to the somber mood of the rest of the song. Drowned in reverb and tape delay, and with more bum notes than a colitis sufferer…. [The jaw-dropping dance number on the B-side is] a complete U-turn…, where the home made harmonium [competes] with an equally ham-fisted harmonica.” Canadian bootleg edition with screen-print replica labels. Edition of 10.


Voltigeurs / Dark Bargain

(Turgid Animal) split 7-inch $8.75

The alter ego of Skullflower (Matthew Bower and Samantha Davies) rips dark psychedelic noise. On the flip, Newcastle-based trio (Jamie Stewart of Wrest, Lucy Johnson of Rife and Smut, and Mike Simpson of Xazazz) offer seven minutes of thunderous rhythms and harsh, distortion-laden and feedback-drenched noise rock. Edition of 300.


SLC Engine Decima MAS b/w Amore, Morte, Amore

(Peripheral - PR017) split 7-inch $14.25

A terrifying odyssey into harsh noise by two of the world’s hardest hitters. Uncompromising walls of icy static that soothe and hurt. Edition of 200



(Siltbreeze - SB42) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

From 1995.


Relax Fallujah - Hell Has Come

(Ba Da Bing - BING049) 7-inch $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Side A is a brutal, never-released version of "Power" from the band's archives. The B-Side reissues "Bad Politics" (their most famous song if the fact that it's been covered by Yo La Tengo and The Rogers Sisters, among others, is any indication). Limited to 1000 copies, released to coincide with Vain, Erudite and Stupid: Selected Works 1987-2005 2xCD.


Sings the Blues

(RRRecords - RRRGOD) 7-inch $4.50 (Out-of-stock)

Totally fucked-up schizo-shit noise from Texas nerve-bakers. Edition of 300.


Hard Luck Heart

(Harbinger Sound - HAS024) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Powerhouse psychedelic Japanese / Australian noise trio featuring Ayako Honda, Hirofumi Uchino and Laura Oyaizu who use gadgets, junk and fuzz to generate tempestuous post-industrial metal machine music.


The Unauthorized

(Bulb) Used 7-inch $3.00 (Out-of-stock)

“African Lipstick” backed with “Down Home Girl” by everyone’s favorite glamtastic garage band trio. From 1994


— .-- .- -. -

(Phage - PT162) split 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Solo power electronics project by Margaret Chardiet on one side, thick harsh noise, synth and processed vocals by Jim Haras on the other, with a focus on degenerate fetishism of strange objects or ideas. Two-color screen-printed jacket, insert.


Yellow Swans / Devillock

(Modern Radio - MRRL034) split 7-inch $8.00

Yellow Swans start with a tone and delve into into a dense, unsettling wall of sound. Devillock's ambient piece shifts one note through a slow organic rumble.


The Weird Watusi

(Beniffer Editions - BFF127) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Californian braintrust spearheaded by Count Loachfillet, whose gaggle of undead minions retool the sternness of electronic music in his own cemetery sensibility, allowing it to cross-breed and co-mingle with a playful, haunted-house-sound-effects vibe. Musique concrète meets monster rock: the rutting of a decapitated cat, a cauldron of devoured souls with fingernail xylophones, a witch with a speech impediment, sodden graveyard memories of a mangled airplane casualty who died in vain. Second edition of 50 in gatefold jacket, out of print since 2010.


Chronology (The Bain Total Years 77-85)

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD71) 6xLP + 7-inch $125.00 (Out-of-stock)

Outstanding selection of tape releases by Die Form and its side projects (Eva-Johanna Reichstag, Fine Automatic, Krylon Hertz, Camera Obscura, DF Sadist School, Mental Code, and Hurt), all released between 1977 and 1985 on Philippe Fichot’s minimal / synth / EBM label Bain Total. Fichot and VOD focus this collection on material from the rarest tapes (BTK01 through BTK29). All tracks and visuals archives have been mastered and reproduced from the originals.



(Harbinger Sound - HAS031) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Dave Uden and Steve Cammack of this long-term UK avant/industrial unit blast a solo side each. Camouflage vinyl.


Chain Balled

(Turgid Animal - TA396) 7-inch $8.10 (Out-of-stock)

Two tracks of the dirty, pure tape manipulation and looping hell by ex-Wolf Eyes Aaron Dilloway. Full color covers (similar to the "Chain Shot" LP artwork). Edition 500


Face Mask

(Turgid Animal - TA396) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-print)

EP released for the Dilloway / Nate Young UK tour in the spring of 2009. More looping hell recorded in a hotel room in Brighton after the Colour Out Of Space Festival. Edition of 100


Stomach Pump

(Von Archives - VON012) 7-inch $13.75 (Out-of-stock)

A drilling experience, described as "a stomach pump connected to a drill brain, wired to your balls, and plugged to your PA." Edition of 300


Liturgic Destruction: Live In Newcastle

(Legion Blotan) 7-inch $9.00

Raw audience recordings of Southern black metal terror, captured live in the small, crowded stone basements of Manchester and Newcastle. Edition of 250.


And And And And And And And And And And

(Third Gear) Used 7-inch $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Pittsburgh band’s dynamic, angular, and hard-driving instrumental rock from 1993. Black vinyl.



(Poutre Apparente - PAPE005) 7-inch $10.00

Two tracks recorded during rehearsals at Studio Anagram and Montérollier in 1984 by legends of the French underground Müller (Ilitch, Ruth) and Doray (Rotomagus, Philippe Doray & Associaux Associés). A different mix of "Pile ou Face" was released on an Inaudible magazine seven-inch, and reissued on Müller's Rare & Unreleased 1974-1984 CD (Fractal 2007). "Vaughan's Ballad" is previously unreleased.


Choose To Lose

(BloodLust! - B!068) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Intense, blasting electronic noise by Detroit master. The twelfth release in the BloodLust! Private 7-inch series. Plain white sleeve. 300 copies.


The Icy Echoer

(Fragment Factory - FRAG16) 7-inch $13.50 (Out-of-stock)

Experimental artist and researcher of EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) Michael Esposito has worked with Leif Elggren, CM von Hausswolff, Bryan Lewis Saunders and others. Forming the basis of this collaboration with guitarist Kevin Drumm are EVPs from St. John - St. Joseph cemetery in Hammond, Illinois, reputed to be one of the most haunted places in America. Edition of 300



(Bocian - BR04) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

A devastating electronic maelstrom recorded at Musica Genera Festival in Szczecin, Poland in May 2005. Two slabs of furious, improvised noise by a trio of giants.


Seneca's Last Breath

(Quemada) Used 7-inch $7.00

The vinyl debut from these residents of Hobart, Tasmania (also known as the Australia of Australia), who channel earnestness, naivety and lyrical inspiration from the weirdest loner folk. They're obsessed with Joy Division, and because of an inescapable Xpressway filter, sound less Manchester and more like a Jefferies brother Peter and Graeme would rather people not find out about, and so have forced him to live in the attic deprived of voice lessons, friends and food. So you gotcher heavily melodic ode to the Roman stoic philosopher on one side, and your quieter, more seductive affair on the flip, a pledge of devotion to another man's wife. Why not?


Gone Troppo

(Virrash) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Cooper Bowman (Flat Fix) and Sean McMorrow work at a slow, narcoleptic pace with a freedom recalling the blazed chain of visual associations elicited by staring at a wall after a casual afternoon bong. Quite bent.



(Nuf Sed - NSFPOS09) 7-inch $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

This pre-Zip Code Rapists quintet (Stephan Hanson on keyboards, Gary Strasburg on electric guitar, and Scott Brizel on drums, plus Messrs Turkington and Singer) brings their beautiful magic to songs by the Beach Boys, Springsteen, and Black Flag. Much more in line with the obnoxious EZ-listening terror of ZCR than the comparatively tame first Easy Goings single, this record smoothly passes the torch to that group and its vicious dismantling of “hits” both real and alternate-universe.


De Schepper

(Ultra Eczema - UE84) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

The oldest DJ in Antwerp turns 50 this year. In the '80s he and Cassis Cornuta pioneered the broadcast of acid house on Belgium's Radio Centraal (platters as well as their own originals, with help from 303s and 606s and 808s. Side A is a Dutch parody of "The Creator" in tribute to the original Belgian acid crew (CJ Bolland, Olivier Abeloos, Acid Marcske etc.), played classic and raw through a tiny amp, a 303 and a 606! The flip is a version of Nicky Trackx's "Acid in the House." Jacket is a stencil-print of '80s-era Elitaire. Edition of 200 copies.



(Indian Queen - IQR002) 7-inch $9.50

Sonorities from the purgatorial regions, where distorted and catchy tape loops take you from the inter-planes of the mind to the carnival -- at once sinister and endearing beneath the changing light of sooty reverb and effectual tape hiss. Deceptive washes of underwater tones fall in and out of tune; when you think you’ve been listening to a stable phrase for thirty seconds, buried in the glowing embers and vapor yawns an organ concerto or an analogue gear malfunction. Edition of 300



(Emmert) 7-inch (lathe cut) $10.00

Crystalline and primeval songcraft from the Spence / Finn nebula


So Sick Of Dying

(Therapy Tapes) 7-inch (lathe cut) $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

One track from Emmert's Funeral album. Numbered edition of 50



(Fragment Factory - FRAG32) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Three previously unreleased tracks from 1987, recorded in Örebro, Sweden. Raw and primitive staccato electronics with Kai Parviainen’s specific touch of utter insanity. Edition of 250. Sound samples are here: https://soundcloud.com/fragment-factory


Chop Party

(Sploosh - SPLOOSH13) 7-inch $8.00

One half of Talibam! turns in some top quality rust belt synthesizer prowl in collaboration with Peru’s high priest of air-bending. “The frayed edges of jazz,” as one Bandcamp follower put it. Which must be code for “hornets the size of hippos.”


Around the Corner b/w Whistling Assassin

(Greatdividing - DD014) 7-inch $10.00

The second seven-inch by this Australian trio, recorded the first time in the fourteen months following the recording of the first seven-inch that they were all in the same room together. Two tracks recorded live and spontaneous in one take using four microphones, one chord and half an idea. Hand-stamped labels and hole-punched sleeves. Edition of 200.


Fast One b/w Something

(Greatdividing - DD012) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Recorded January 2009, edited down from a single two-hour-long session where no overdubs or mixing were permitted, resulting in what Byron Coley calls “scabby elegance.” Hand-stamped labels and hole-punched sleeves. Edition of 100


Falling b/w Tail Chaser

(Sympathy For The Record Industry) Used 8-inch picture disc $18.00

Masterpiece of psychedelic mush.


Expo 70 / I Am Seamonster

(Small Doses - dose32) split 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Expo 70 offers up an amazing piece of guitar drone while IAS's fuzzed-out drone has an odd sort of pop sensibility bubbling underneath the distortion. The first copies come with a free 3-inch CD with exclusive tracks from both artists. Edition of 285 copies on black vinyl packaged in a two-color, silk screened cover.


Econo Live

(Vagrant) Used 10-inch $20.00

Six pop punk tracks recorded live in the Spring of 1996. Sealed


Pèl Nord

(Bocian - BC06) 7-inch $10.00

Improvisor, composer, former member of IBA col.lectiu d'improvisació, current collaborator with Alfredo Costa Monteiro in the Cremaster duo, Fages launches full bore into a piercing, whining squall conjured from manipulated AM radios. The monolithic yet prismatic "Pèl" needles its way into the ears before splaying in a layered slab of splintering harshness, while the rounder, more hollow "Nord" cuts a similar, slightly more negotiable path.


True Form

(BloodLust! - B!094) 7-inch $8.25 (Out-of-stock)

The dark, distorted, droned-out organ playing of Mike Connely (Wolf Eyes, Hair Police) illustrates the collision between the contrasting styles of sound generated by the Lexington, Kentucky, and Detroit-area scenes. Somber and unsettling. Edition of 300 copies. White vinyl, unmarked white sleeves, black and white insert.



(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC04) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Gloomy, dark, intense drone-rock based on minimal guitar riffs, noisy analogue synths and psychedelic effects.


Faux Pas / Grain Belt

(Phage - PT150) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Lasse Marhaug and Sten Ove Toft deliver a brutal, five-minute assault of harsh noise on the Faux Pas side, with feedback and textural changes making their way to the surface now and again. Grain Belt (Wince, Willful and Baculum) layers composed metal abuse, utilizing scraping and sputtering sounds. Edition of 300.


Stoy = Gull

(Turgid Animal - TA382) 7-inch $8.00

Norwegians Lasse Marhaug and Sten Ove Toft collaborate for a little harsh and unforgiving noise. What's not to like? Limited to 200 copies on black vinyl.


Dead Weight b/w When

(BloodLust! - B!148) 7-inch $10.50

Two outstanding power-electronics-and-harsh-noise tracks that demonstrate the raw power of this sound-and-vision smut peddler, enhanced by Nicola Vinciguerra's obscene artwork and vocals by Wertham (Marco Deplano) on the A-side. Pink marble vinyl. Edition of 200.


Hand Clap Girl

(Rococo) 7-inch $5.25 (Out-of-stock)

A one-man band (since 2003) who sings, plays guitar, kick drum, drum machine and keyboard (with his foot). He’s French and is, of course, here to croon beautiful songs of love with shit and blood on his hands. One Note + One Rhythm + One Word = One Song. Teenage punk frustration. No girl, alcohol, free porn sites, white chocolate. Semen runs in his veins. Red vinyl, limited to 300 copies (as some sort of tribute to Michael Jordan and/or Kurt Cobain that only the French understand).


Hey Collosus / Field Boss

(At War With False Noise - ATWAR068) split 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Hey Collosus batters into submission a slo-mo cover of Andre Williams's "Jailbait" with their trademark downbeat dirge. Field Boss (formerly known as Tractor) have the AmRep sound down to an absolute tee --really thick guitars; monotonous, hollowed-out drums; and in-the-red vocals pushed down in the mix. Three-panel screen-printed cover, metallic ink. Edition of 300.


Modulation Decay Unit b/w Spy Network

(Coat-Tail) Used Split 7-inch $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Lobe-bleed-inducing avant squall. From 1994


Crystal Shade

(FSA) Used 7-inch $10.00

Give it up for space rock. From 1994


Foi Pour Pusillanime

(Ogrob) 7-inch $13.50

Six micro-compositions by Caroline Ehretique (Ondes Martenot, voice, piano, analog synth, electronics, and whip) and Ogrob (analog synth, wind, chiropteran echolocation, railway signal, screams, electronics), oscillating between musique brut, musique concrete and captured nightmares. Hand-made sleeve, linocut on both sides. Edition of 300.



(RRRecords) LP + 7-inch $5.00

An out-on-the-odd smush of hook-laden pop-metal from corporal-inclined, these masked mayhemers. Fifteen tracks of Kookoo Island electro-throb dealing in themes of Viking plunder, UFOs, and ass. Colored vinyl. Numbered edition of 200.


Gone Every Evening

(Die Stadt - DS106) 7-inch $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two strange songs — collaborative pieces with Fabrizio Palumbo, Clodagh Simonds, Laura Sheeran, and Michael Begg — delightful and faintly unsettling. Gatefold cover with printed inner sleeve designed by Liles.


More Impossible Futures

(Bocian - BC07) 7-inch $10.00

Building upon A Handful of Automation (Editions Mego 2010), the two shimmering EMS VCS 3 diamonds of More Impossible Futures are succinct electronic statements; one teases a jittering melody out of a flickering environment, while the other is decidedly abyss-bound. Based in Melbourne, Australia, for whom he is building a giant outdoor Theremin, Fox shoots lasers onto clouds (good work if you can get it), and regularly experiments with Anthony Pateras, oscilloscopes, Nyquist Variations and Australian dance companies.


Richard Francis / Anthony Guerra / Mattin / Joel Stern

(CMR - CMR13) 7-inch $10.00

Two five-minute cuts excerpted from about three hours of material recorded in 2004. Computer, electronics, field recordings, electric guitar, computer feedback. Edition of 250


Waste Away / Nun’s Murmur

(CMR - 29) 7-inch (lathe cut) $12.00

"Using field recordings, modular synth, computer, looper and edirol recorder," explains our friend at Volcanic Tongue, the man they used to call Eso Steel "conjures huge, phantom, barely populated soundworlds that are compulsive in the kind of entropic gravity that they generate, situating low drones and what sounds like distant airplane noise in fields of static, shortwave tone and that classic dying amplifier / overheating electricity appeal of the best of the post Xpressway/Corpus Hermeticum drone artists."


Spider Babies b/w Nothing Without Love

(La Brea - LBX07) 7-inch $6.75 (Out-of-stock)

The solo project of Phil Franklin (Secret Chiefs 3, Caroliner, Sun Burned Hand of the Man’s “resident surrealist”) gives a clear narrative of damaged optimism, amplified acoustic guitar and percussion. The A-side is a technicolor nightmare about a paranoid man who has spider eggs hatch his head, while the B-side offers the confessions of a soul plagued by regret. Silkscreened cover art by Christine Shields. Edition of 300.


Flight Of The Light Air Force

(Roaratorio - ROAR44) 7-inch $7.75 (Out-of-stock)

The majestic title track — an outtake from their second Columbia LP With Pleasure, left off for reasons of space (it clocks in at eight minutes) — could’ve been a highlight of this outsider-folk duo’s career. On the flip side are two cuts recorded live at a February 1970 concert in upstate New York with violinist Ian Guenther: their signature song “Dance Hall Girls” and a rollicking version of the Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” Includes digital download.


Jennifer Wolski / Friendship

(Shaolin Temple) Used Split 7-inch $3.00

Midwest grindcore. Screen-printed tin foil cover with natural distress and wrinkles.


Swiss Cheese Back b/w Watching TV

(Destijl - IND083) 7-inch $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

Reissue by a legendary Hawaiian band from 1979/1980 that provides one of the more exciting links between typified conceptions of punk and noise. If “Swiss Cheese Back” is the final aggregate, regimented elements of deconstructed hardcore (displayed by Harry Pussy via the Magic Band), “Watching TV” is the excess of Experience-inspired freedom that recklessly abandons anything that even vaguely resembles form. A recording that is so radically mixed, one might wonder if they just fucked up, or were working with a broken machine. Completely astounding, and, according to the December 1980 issue of Damage Magazine, “not recommended for anyone with high blood pressure.”


Plays The Music of Alan Antfarm

(Lips Infection - LIP05) 7-inch $10.00

Hup, Bup, and Bup Zukerman take a hurl at two of this Riverside mid-'90s alt rock combo's power ballads, "Raw Puppy Pant Lick Show" and "Don't Moan When Behind The Chocolate Apparatus." Get it for the silkscreened jacket, keep it for the mental instability.


Get The Gone

(Sympathy For The Record Industry) Used 10-inch $7.00

Seven tracks of country rock from 1994


Music For Sick Queers

(Superior Viaduct) Used LP + 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

2012 reissue of 1985 LP, a masterpiece of minimal synth, experimental and punkish elements, electronic noise, and beautifully disturbing songs by Stephen Scheatzle and Sandy Stark. Seven-inch contains previously unreleased material. Includes archival inserts and download card. Sealed


Absence of Essence

(Arbor - ARBOR99) 2x7-inch $10.00

Heavy synthesizer work reminiscent of the crushing mass of early industrial music, Absence of Essence consumes the air around it with heavy vibrations and total deprivation. Four tracks rip holes through the sonic barriers, loud and powerful with entrancing subtleties and discreet builds. The nature of the seven-inch format yields succinct and unwavering compositions. One platter is white vinyl, the other one's black. Edition of 400.


Backlit Colander With Holes Shaped Like Numbers / Bok Choy Festival

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB017) 7-inch $10.00

Two six-minute montages of reversed mitosis episodes, in which scaly pods, ruptured eggs, and clumps of partially digested hair smush through one another and glom together in unstable strains of Glass-spanktified dad-noise. “Backlit Colander With Holes Shaped Like Numbers” crawls with bacteria from munched electronics, murmurs of a chimney-entrapped Frampton (plus camel, but that should go without saying), tape yoont teetering on the lip of a magnetic abyss, and piercing splats from tiny automatic paintball guns. “High” and “lonesome” are the operative descriptors of “Bok Choy Festival”: Barbara Manning’s guitar loops backfire and self-annihilate in private spritz-overdose orgies; avian-constructed effigies of Annie Hayworth curdle; narration on the topic of body dysmorphia is provided courtesy of thrift store cassettes and a Sister Rosetta Thorpe quotation. Cover artwork by Karen Constance. With insert. Edition of 200.


The Confiscating Flight Attendant b/w Graphene Shards and a Bucket of Donkey Milk

(No Label New Zealand) 8-inch (lathe cut) $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

COMING SOON. “Seismographic rumblage and astute observationisms” recorded live at Audio Foundation, Auckland, New Zealand, October 24 2023. Silkscreened folder with printed insert. Edition of 40.


The Bear Family

(Hanson) Used 5-inch (lathe cut) $50.00

Single-sided, cut into a compact disc. Hand-assembled, in paper folder. All sounds by Nate Young Of Wolf Eyes. Edition of 20


Humans & Luxury

(Spanish Magic) 7-inch $7.00

From the badlands of Tasmania, through Melbourne share-house doors, and into your hands, Go Genre Everything are equal parts Crass, Tears For Fears and Luigi Russolo. Two tracks from Eternal Youth Carefree Cleanness (Munchiegohilarious 2009), one from Megalomania, and one previously unreleased. Go Genre Everything emerged in 1974 as a screaming avant life epic orchestra called Abominibbleable with contemporaries such as Sun Ratsu and Brian Enema. Something happened in 1988 – not sure what exactly, but adjustments to psychic conditioning were involved, and it occurred in a place called Kyzyl City. This set the stage, apparently, for Dieter von Broumler to initiate first contact with Zach Von Bamburger (guitar, vocals) and Jen Tait (drums, keyboards, vocals) and form Go Genre Everything, a self-described “complex sonic experiment voicing myriad environments, traversing and exploring function and situation, form, void and meaning. Designed within a utilitarian sensorial intertalk mode, we are a multidimensional fluidic high energy organic network with mechanical interfacing devices, tenderly electrocuting neurons within human brains.” They perform music, in other words. Which, according to cyclicdefrost.com, exists “in a zone of their own no-wave-meets-drone-psych-noise making.”



(Ajax) Used 7-inch $2.00

Fractious no-wave-ish queercore from 1993 by Craig Flanagin and Sharon Topper. Liner notes by Marion Coutts


When This You See Remember Me

(Dark Beloved Cloud) Used 7-inch $3.00

Five tracks from 1993, including “Jackalope Hunting” which Trouser Press admires for its “telescop[ing of] bits of African high-life and Cage-ian air manipulation into fragments of utter enchantment.”


Betty b/w Betti_Corr

(Meeuw Muzak - MM046) split 7-inch $10.15 (Out-of-stock)

Electric violin with a strong bass drum beat on one side, backed with the former Voice Cracker’s massive deconstruction of Gondeln’s raw and direct sound.


Altar of Precogs

(Amethyst Sunset - AS015) 7-inch $8.00

Two tracks of hard electronics and blissful, psychedelic harsh noise from Yasutoshi Yoshida. Edition of 300


Dry Lake b/w Empty Kettle

(Meeuw Muzak - MM044) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Raw minimal banjo by Atsuo Ogawa and self-built electronics by Minoru Sato. “There’s a lot of space to these slow pieces,” observes Pete Um, “An interesting marriage of form and content [where] the recording method … highlight[s] the contrast between the brash and folksy tones of the banjo…, played in simple, clear, isolated notes, and the mysterious tinkle and scrape [of the electronics] that the ear strains to hear....”


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.


For Ake Hodell

(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC01) split 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Marhaug’s “So-so Green Tea With Buddha” deals with musique concrete and noisy cut-ups techniques, Gustafsson’s “Jag Vill Lyda Order” with his extended sax and electronics in harsh, bulldozer style.



(Pica Disk - PICA011) 7-inch $10.00

Two intense pieces of drum / guitar / electronics blow-out from Australian sound-wizard.


Death Happening

(Turgid Animal) 7-inch $7.50

Expertly done psychedelic harsh noise from Finland. "Surprisingly chaotic and [discordant]," say our colleagues at Freak Animal. "Layers of reversed sounds create demonic roaring noise, which isn't harsh, but very far from relaxing.... Other side is [typical] Haare with eerie guitar drones and lots of layers." Edition of 200.


Evidence Pertaining to the Creator

(Somnimage - som10010) 7-inch $19.50

Originally part of a 3x7-inch subscription-only package Wolf Sheep Cabbage, now adrift on its lonesome. Pressed on clear vinyl in letterpress wraps.


Evidence Pertaining to the Preserver

(Somnimage - som10011) 7-inch $19.50 (Out-of-stock)

Originally part of a 3x7-inch subscription-only package Wolf Sheep Cabbage, now adrift on its lonesome. Pressed on clear vinyl in letterpress wraps.


Neu Dimension

(Helicopter - H63) 7-inch + cassette $22.50 (Out-of-stock)

Two sessions, one recorded by mail in 2004, and one recorded at a studio in Shinjuku, 2009, alternating between sharp, cut-up collage, fleeting junk sounds, hard electronics, noise, and vocals. Boxset with many inserts from Masaya Nakahara (formerly Violent Onsen Geisha).



(Legion Blotan) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Finnish raw black metal hatred. Hand-stamped labels. Edition of 300.


Canciones de Cadaqués

(Primary Information - PI008) 2x7-inch $16.50 (Out-of-stock)

Roth and Hamilton alternately perform on vocals and guitar, with assistance from a Cadaqués dog, Chispas Luis, who periodically takes over vocal duties with a particularly sharp bark. The duo worked together from 1961 to 1998 and produced several projects across many mediums, including this double-seven inch originally release in 1976 by Hansjörg Mayer. Gatefold jacket. Edition of 500
Have a listen to Side B here: https://soundcloud.com/primaryinformation/dieter-roth-richard-hamilton-canciones-de-cadaques-side-b


Walk In White

(Avant! - AV!031) 7-inch $9.75 (Out-of-stock)

Though this Copenhagen trio belongs to the Posh Isolation brood, their personal variation of dark rock has roots in folk, with a lot of focus on songwriting and lyrics. Originally formed in order to play the acoustic songs of singer Bo Høyer Hansen in an electric setting, they own the sweet spot shared by electric neo-folk, Dead Moon-ishness, and a notable Gun Club vibe. Check out the B-side here: https://soundcloud.com/avant/hand-of-dust-a-sight-for-the-living


Ancestral Brutalism / To The Tall Trees

(He Who Corrupts - HWC023) split 7-inch $9.75

Two of Chicago’s more notable loudness enterprises deliver one song each on green marble vinyl: "Ancestral Brutalism" by Locrian (Andrew Sherer of Velnias guests) and "To The Tall Trees" by Harpoon (their first release with bass player DJ Barraca). Lulled Into A Boiling Rage describes Locrian, "Droning and forbidding sounds carried on air at top volume. Time seem[s] to slow down, waiting for the band to lurch toward their next choad rattling note. A perfect soundtrack for a desolate piece of arctic winter." About Harpoon, Cerebral Metalhead says they occupy a "middle ground between Phobia's d-beat leaning grind and Pig Destroyer's more metallic assault" (though, to be fair, they also said "When did A-Ha start playing grindcore?" so, you know, caveat emptor, motherfucker). Bonus material is included via enclosed digital card. With full-color double-sided insert, letter pressed cover.


Australian Sun

(Meeuw Muzak - MM)42) 7-inch $5.75 (Out-of-stock)

A barrel organ of Benelux origin called De Pansfluiter plays an old Merry tune, reading mechanically from a score of holes cut into a special orgelboek. Reminscent of another piece of holy foolery that contrasts the modern world with antiquity, The Other Side of Tiny Tim. The B-side is an instrumental version, showcasing the tune’s joyous sadness.


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


Fear Of Music / Berlin, With Love

(l’Esprit de l’Escalier - LELE01) 7-inch $10.00

The stamina-defying screamer of Japanese noise and longtime vocalist for Hijo Kaidan joins wrecker of civilization and one-third of The Dustbreeders for two sides of very pleasant unpleasantness. Henritzi’s improvised guitar-playing is the real surprise here, with its curiously cinema-conscious restraint, hovering around the perplexing intersection of an imaginary Giallo scored by Morricone and the calm brunch entertainment at a grim eastern European café. Quite a deviation from the “glorious, unholy racket” of his vinyl-noise trio. Junko, meanwhile, colors the foreground with her trademark bird-getting-strangled-by-a-dentist-on-a-chalkboard vocals (say whatever you want, comedian, she’s heard it all before) but here shrieks with almost zero adornment, to the point where she achieves an unusual variation on repetitive minimalism. The sublime tension between the two players forms a rarely heard, abject desperation that seems impossible to satisfy. Edition of 100.


Moi Non Plus / Shibari

(AnarchoFreaks) 7-inch $10.00

Guitar and voice, recorded during the same sessions as Fear Of Music / Berlin, With Love. Screen-printed cover. Red vinyl. Edition of 200. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2013


Flim Flam b/w From Blake

(Jupiterian) split 7-inch $5.75 (Out-of-stock)

As the essential Pere Ubu rhythm section from the 1970s through the early 1990s, Scott Krauss and Tony Maimone collaborated during Ubu’s early 1980s hiatus as Home and Garden, where they blazed their own trail of avant-rock — not without some assistance from Cleveland’s art-rock crème de la crème. “Flim Flam” was originally written by Krauss and Jim Jones (during the sessions that yielded Pere Ubu songs “Come Home,” “Kathleen” “Last Will and Testament,” and “Fedora Satellite II”) although it was never submitted to Ubu for consideration. Its appearance here, with Jones on guitars and keyboards, and Keith Kornajcik handling the vocals and lyrics, is the first. On the flip, “From Blake” showcases the guitar, bass, and sax talents of founding Pere Ubu guitarist Tom Herman (who also led the avant-rock power trio Tripod Jimmie with Len Bove). Assembled around Linda Herman’s performance of a poem by William Blake, the song is a tour de force. Includes free download code.


Peplum b/w Alo

(Yerevan Tapes - YER007) 7-inch $9.75 (Out-of-stock)

An apocalyptic take on an imaginary Morricone soundtrack — Italian occult psychedelia filled with twangy guitars, doomsday synths, and mellotron, backed with a giallo-esque clash between Bruno Nicolai and Demdike Stare, originally conceived for the In Every Dream Home A Heartache exhibition by Phil Collins (no relation).


Sacred Fire b/w Ghost

(Spleencoffin - SP40) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Minimal, jagged guitar chords, saturated percussion, and the distinct voice of Heather Nicole Young (ex-Social Junk) on the A Side — all blanketed in controlled feedback sweeps and a generous supply of delay. On the flip, a more environmental piece with paired voices (one effected, one bone dry), field-like synth sounds, and a faint low-end pulse riding just below the surface. Edition of 300.
Listen to an excerpt from “Sacred Fire” here: https://soundcloud.com/spleencoffin/hny-sacred-fire-excerpt



(Lexie Disques) Used 7-inch $8.00

Interpretations of a classical opera in three short but intense pieces. Silkscreened folder, yellow vinyl. Includes insert.



(Emperor Jones) Used 10-inch $8.00

“A refreshingly scattershot sound that wanders erratically through folky balladry, prog rock, ragged pop, and unclassifiable experimentation” from 1996, says the Chicago Tribune. “Home is both more ambitious and more consistently tuneful than many of its trendier peers.”


Clouds Across The Bay

(CMR) 7-inch (lathe cut) $10.00

Rough, textural, electronic sound by Mark Sadgrove of MHFS. Edition of 60



(Turgid Animal - TA407) 7-inch $9.00

Two blackened noise mantras from North Carolina, based on the Notaricon "MI IOLH LNV HShMILH." Limited to 250 copies. Includes Horseback sticker.


Musique Concrète Realizations Of Two Poems By Robert Creeley

(Beniffer Editions) 7-inch $11.80 (Out-of-stock)

Creeley readings of “The Pattern” and “Dimensions” (both dense with complicated meanings often running together, and difficult to set musically) taken in new directions by this American expat living in Canada who, subsequent to these 1968 recordings, would release material via the Opus One, Sound Of Pig, and Albany labels. The A-side is manipulated with speed change, splicing, direction change, and multitracking, while on the flip, Creeley’s narration occurs over and through the dense texture, his voice blending into a mangled and distorted free improvisation on cello and percussion. Screen-printed gatefold jacket. White vinyl. Edition of 300


Shadows Out of Time 1982-1983

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD78) 3xLP + 7-inch $90.00 (Out-of-stock)

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Unreleased and formerly cassette-only dark ambient, noise, and power electronics. One LP is comprised of the Exhumed cassette (Datenverarbeitung 1983), direct-metal mastered from the original two-track mixes. The second LP is all unreleased material, highlights of which include recordings for the 1982 promotional cassette 23 Minutes Of Murder, and electro-disco-techno recordings used for intermission music at Hunting Lodge live shows in 1983. The final LP contains live material from At The Harrington Ballroom cassette (S/M Operations 1982), S/M Operations Live cassette (S/M Operations 1983), and the previously unreleased (not counting boots) Live At The Lodge, pressed direct from the original masters, representing the two-piece early noise-unit of Hunting Lodge in harrowing live intensity. On the seven-inch are a studio version of John Wright's “Stellazine Shuffle” and “Learn to Will II,” previously released on Beast 666 cassette compilation (Nekrophile Rekords 1983). Artwork by Thomas Nordstrom, previously seen on early Hunting Lodge stationery. Liner notes by Jeff "Central" Chenault, recording details, never-before-seen live photos of the band.


Han Dynasty 1

(Destijl - IND077) 7-inch $6.50 (Out-of-stock)

Hype Williams is an eighteen-year "relay project" conceived in 2005 by husband and wife motivational speakers Father Ronnie Krayola and Denna Frances Glass. Every three years it gets passed on to someone else to "look after." Recordings from the first three years were stuffed into a pinata and will be released at the conclusion of the project. In May 2008 it was passed on to a heckler called Roy Bundy (Paradise Sisters) who, along with Karen Glass and Bahaama Moutchaka (Arch M) have released numerous CDRs through the Ceylan Projects gallery in London. They have a large rotating cast of deviants they play with live under the moniker Bo Khat Eternal Troof Family Band.


Vorwärts b/w Tanzen

(Meeuw Muzak - 038) 7-inch $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two ear-jingling, primeval drumtasms: a jerry-rigged version of the Chris Montez classic backed with an original “sci-fi romanticist socialist anthem.” Kinetic energy, a chugging beat, and waves of delayed gratification. Classic trembling Teutonic disco-punk, in other words. Imler, infamously involved in Spankings and Golden Showers (the groups, not the deviant sexual practices) has also worked with Puppet Mastaz, Peaches, Namosh, Electronicat, Patric Catani (as the Driver&Driver duo), Soffy O, Die Türen and Stereo Total. Edition of 450.


Wreck (In 2 Parts)

(P-Tapes - P30) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

A collaboration tribute to / parody of the Organum & The New Blockaders' classic Wrack 12-inch courtesy of Los Angeles noisemaker Damion Romero and Japanese ear-destroyers Incapacitants. Clear vinyl.


Infinite Light / Vibracathedral Orchestra

(Krayon Recordings - KR013) split 7-inch $8.25

VCO drops straight into a heads-down, fully tranced narco-dust trail, with guitar-born fireflies leading the way through a never-changing backdrop heat haze of low-lying smoke-mist and earth-veined throb. Tweets and rattlesnake percussion join mystic keyboard spirits blowing in a weightless drift. The first cut from Infinite Light is a section lifted from a show featuring Barry Dean on guitar, Mick Flower on guitar and organ and Pete Nolan jamming the traps, and its a full, free-rock, psych-out captured through a heavy veil of no-fi smog. Part two wraps solo harmonic guitar vignettes around a falsetto vocal cadence fluctuating at the point of saturation.


Rainy Day Saints

(Emmert) 7-inch $7.00

A magnificent self-released 7-inch by one of the South's most stunning visionaries, Todd Wesley Emmert, whose motto is "Misinterpreting the Scriptures Since 1973." Recorded during a thunderstorm in June 2002, Inspector 22 takes a rightful seat at the table with Jandek, Daniel Johnston and Lisa Suckdog. In hand-colored sleeves, with two inserts, all adorned with Emmert's eyeball-teasing artwork.


Ger Til Tyne / Further Into The Arms Of Nature

(Legion Blotan) split 7-inch $8.75

Two sides of ancient heathen black metal from the north and from the south of the land now known as England. Edition of 250.


Hypothetical Tardigrade Resurrection #1

(Somnimage - som10013) split 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Wonderful weird noise and dark ambiance from Nurse With Wound collaborator M. Waldron and Allan Zane's Wyrm. White vinyl.


Performance Ranges

(Self Abuse - SAR13) split 7-inch $10.00

Power electronics from Italy. Gray marbled vinyl.


Pull Me Back b/w Evil Windows

(Sophomore Lounge - SL057) 7-inch $8.25 (Out-of-stock)

On an old, beat-up parlor guitar that can barely hold a tune, Evan Patterson (Bad Secrets, Young Widows) chews into the fruits of loner-psych and stripped-down drunken desert blues. Cloudy synthetic atmospheres, minimal percussion and improvised electronics courtesy of members of Sapat, Black Cross. Edition of 300.


Room 8 b/w Swingin' Vine

(Destijl - IND078) 7-inch $6.50 (Out-of-stock)

This duo (sometimes augmented) plays unfashionable, unpretentious and completely devastating pop music, though there is scant evidence -- a handful of impossibly rare cassettes and a split LP with Skarkraou Radio, and The Howling LP (Radio Fonico). With a vibe that sounds like the third Velvet Underground LP played by The Terminals, a righteous guitar tone any stoner rock Chud would envy, and catchy, infectious tunes (with a recent emphasis on country melodies) that will stay in your head for weeks.


Give Us This Day Our Swingin' Bread

(Butte County Free Music Society - 31) 7-inch (one-sided) $8.00

Homemade Christian lounge music from the late ’70s, previously available as a free cassette (self-released via the Jett 3:16 label) for guests at a now-defunct rural motel in Butte County. Two tracks with a full band ("Jesus Digs Me" and "The Lord's Prayer") and two recorded a cappella in the shower ("Live and Let Die" and "Shampoo Bottle"). Includes reproductions of four period handbills and business cards, as well as a Butte County Free Music Society pink flamingo swizzle stick. Edition of 200.


33 Chatsworth Road

(Alt.Vinyl - AV062) 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Four tunes based on personal field recordings made across Africa and South-East Asia, arranged for solo electric guitar — a preview of an upcoming collaborative album between Joynes and Dead Rat Orchestra, which features ensemble arrangements of these pieces alongside other material also sourced from field recordings. Edition of 250


Theatre of the Macabre

(Bruit Direct Disques - BRD1) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

A precarious concept album for the tragic era of the working poor that generated some priceless flailing among the chattering class, but Detailed Twang seem to have the levelest head when they describe it as “Strange and pleasingly ill-fit mash of distorted horror rap, electronic tweedling, screams, monsters sound, and manipulations of all sorts. Mostly instrumental, and heavy in every sense of the word.” Six tracks over and done with in less than ten minutes. For crying bones and bludgeoned hopes.


Die Arbeiter von Wien

(Fragment Factory - FRAG19) 7-inch $13.50 (Out-of-stock)

The third part in Jupitter-Larsen's series of old trade union / battle songs follows Internationale (Banned Production 2010) and Solidarity CD (Banned Production 2010). Written by the Viennese lyricist and essayist Fritz Brügel, presumably in the late 1920s, this piece deals with the events during the so-called "July Revolt" in the capital of Austria on July 15, 1927, caused by a court verdict which acquitted three members of the right-wing Frontkämpfervereinigung Deutsch-Österreichs (the same persons were responsible for the death of a man and an eight-year-old the same year). The palace of justice went up in flames, at least eighty demonstrators were shot dead by the police, more than six-hundred people were injured. The stage was set for a fascist takeover in Austria. Jupitter-Larsen's two renditions are crude, P.E.-ish, vocal-heavy. One side with the original German lyrics, one side with the lyrics translated into English. Double-sided full-color sleeve, lyrics included. Edition of 250.


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.


Rip Off

(Helicopter - H60) 7-inch $12.75 (Out-of-stock)

Collaboration exclusively using the sounds of tearing paper. Edition of 150.


Vreth / Make Dub

(Sound Channel) Used Split 10-inch $15.00

Down-tempo mystery by the DJ also know as Moochy, backed with moderately percussive deep-sea dub by Nagase. Chipboard jacket with sticker pasted on front, block print on back. From 2000


Take It

(Ultramarine - UM015) 7-inch $15.00

Triple Silvia on voice, mutant beats, synths, tape echo, working the early Cabaret Voltaire, Clock DVA and dub influences, delivering some much-needed anguish, agony, and paranoia against today's fun-at-all-costs shit. Silkscreened jacket. Edition of 100.


To Find Out b/w Girl

(Priority Male - 24) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

’67 Detroit proto-punk / garage that is insanely rickety, drugged-out and awesome. Hand-stamped labels. Hand-screened sleeves. Edition of 300.


Impregnator Of The Death Mouth

(Harbinger Sound - 112) 7-inch $11.25 (Out-of-stock)

The first solo vinyl release by this South England multimedia artist who has been active in the field of radical sound and performance art for 20+ years. Twelve-page full-color booklet. Edition of 150. Listen to a two-minute edit of side one: https://soundcloud.com/germseed/alice-kemp-harbinger112-1


Crystal Drops / Ground Loops

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB004) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Circuits, pulses and wind noise recorded at home and outdoors by this London-based artist. Edition of 200.


Midori Mushi San Connichiwa

(Siltbreeze - sb134) 7-inch $7.00

Five tracks informed by old-school Japanese genre snuffers such as Tako and Gunjogacrayon, combining the jabbering, pan-humanoid out-there-ness of the former with the zoned, riffed, mutant indifference of the latter. Tacked on to this toxic, dripping blotter of sound is an eerie cover snippet stabbing the heart of every campfire singalong and folksy hootenanny through time immemorial. Edition of 286.



(Bocian - BR03) 7-inch $10.00

Free-improv that penetrates the acoustic properties of individual percussion instruments. Krakowiak departs from the hi-fi aesthetics of his peers (e.g. Christian Wolfarth, Jon Mueller or Jason Kahn) and goes after the sound of a single cymbal recorded with an old cassette tape; imperfections and the characteristic analog sound (objects, rotation, overtones, layers) are Krakowiak's goal, comparable to Harry Bertoia's sculptures, or the textures of Morphogenesis.



(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB006) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

A step even further into oblivion by this Berlin artist, exploring unknown territories via daunting everyday life recordings and electronic slices of nothing and everything. Edition of 200.


Mu Ji Ge

([ no label ] - 007-01) 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

A song by Korean psychedelic rock legends Sanullim covered by Tori Kudo of Maher Shalal Hash Baz, Chie Ozeki (Maher Shalal Hash Baz), Tsukasa Takahashi (Che Shizu, Maher Shalal Hash Baz) and Mikiko Suzuki, in solidarity with and support for Japan’s Korean community, currently facing growing hostility from the Japanese right-wing. “Sanullim was like an unexpected flower of the frontier district that suddenly shifted from GS to progressive rock,” remembers Kudo upon hearing a cassette of the group back in 1980. “Wouldn’t it be shocking if Jackie Yoshikawa & His Blue Comets were performing Uriah Heep? I do not know any similar examples that equal them in East Asia other than Les Rallizes Dénudés.” Insert with a poem in Japanese and English by Junko Harada. Check it out here: http://youtu.be/EiNAbH-rCKY


Crossed With Leaves

(Quemada) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

The bleak punk / dark folk solo outlet for Sean Bailey’s not-so-cheery take on the world picks up where Winter’s Blade (Inverted Crux) left off — with an extra level of heavy and gloom. Bailey’s been a constant presence in the Melbourne musical landscape for years, running his label and doing his bit for the sprawling hypnotic tinkering of Paeces, the stripped down punk of Wasted Truth, the goth punk of Tax, and the new wave shenanigans of The [Australian] Vivian Girls.


Abersayne b/w Attersaye

(Kye - KYE706) 7-inch $9.75 (Out-of-stock)

A perfectly serviceable love song backed with a rough-and-ready late-night lament. Lyric sheet. Edition of 500.


Water Tower

(Anomalous) Used 10-inch $6.00

Field recording of whispering ambience from 1995


Zulu Time

(Leather Bath Inc. - LBINC1106) 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Greh Holger and John Wiese. With inserts. Edition of 200.


City / Clear

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB009) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Underlying heaviness and overall psychedelic guitar / synth blur blasted through a shitty amplifier by Neutral’s Sofie Herner, backed with a fragile take on kosmische musik, straight from the Utmarken elementary school. Japanese whispers. A homespun scorcher and a completely unique voice in the Swedish underground. Edition of 200.


Two by Umberto Lenzi

(Saxon Gregory) 7-inch $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Trailers of two movies by low-budget Italian film director Umberto Lenzi: the mannequin filled giallo Spasmo (1974) and the "nerve-numbing shocker" Seven Bloodstained Orchids (1971).


Honey Monster

(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC11) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Quasipop's Monster series delivers strange takes on modern pop music where's "pop" means the weirdest form of entertaining. Sweets overloads, glucose hallucinations, and like that. Purple vinyl. Edition of 500.


Know Your Lloyd Pack

(Siltbreeze - SB146) 7-inch $2.50

“Captain’s log, Stardate 10.3.12: The Lloyd Pack EP is finally realized. We had picked up a distress signal some weeks back, the call letters unclear, but seemingly emitted from a slow and hostile planet known only as URP. The data transcribed mentioned project (Lloyd Pack), title, (Know Your Lloyd Pack), participants (Russell Walker, Letha Rodman Melchior, Dan Melchior) and facilitator (Siltbreeze). Upon listening to contents, our forward team —eager but without much depth — quickly attempted a single comparison to former Siltbreeze inhabitants, The Shadow Ring regarding sound and style. However, Chief Science Officer Roland Woodbe dismissed this as naive and noted the possibility of an Excalbian conspiracy in such a hasty summation. Woodbe elaborated a deeper analogy, finding in his historical dissection hints to century-old former galactic explorers such as Collective Horizontal, 49 Americans, and No Half Measures (for example). When presented with the compositions of Lloyd Pack, I found CSO Woodbe’s comprehension to be most evolved. That said, Know Your Lloyd Pack occupies its own unique aural atmosphere, too, with drollery of the highest Anglo-Saxon order, and ambience as crisp as a Gloustershire perry. Overall, I find its essence most logical.” — Tiberius Surak, Starfleet Commander


Paris 1976

(Danger Records - DR006) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Three incredible, previously unreleased tracks from 1976 by The Most Violent French Punk Band Ever: Pierre Goddard of Strike Up and 1984 on guitar and vocals, Angel Face’s Pascal Regoli on bass, and drummer Hervé Zenouda of Angel Face, Strike Up, Stinky Toys.


Lustiges Tierquartett

(Danger Records - DR002) 7-inch $7.75

Legit reissue of scarce seven-inch by French DIY weirdos, originally released in 1981 on the Milk label. Snotty, stupid art punk.


Tony Conrad

(Meeuw Muzak - MM048) 7-inch $10.00

Beats, screams, violin abuse and effects by Luke Calzonetti of Run Dust and Wendy Gondeln.


Cutting b/w Wax Wolf

(Lusterlit) Used 7-inch $10.00

Two tracks inspired by the artwork of comics legend Dame Darcy. More enticing than a mermaid with a sense of humor. Blue vinyl. Plain black jacket with folder



(Tochnit Aleph) Used 7-inch $4.00

First European release by Hidekazu Miyano and Jun Masumizu, whose four tracks for neon flickering, walls breaking, and ears bleeding are as catchy as a nervous breakdown. “Electric shock pop from the TV made out of colored fluorescent light Jell-O,” says Eye Yamatsuka, who oughta know. Edition of 800.


Sex and Death

(Hospital - HOS100) 7-inch $6.75 (Out-of-stock)

The ultimate dichotomy of thunder and scourge, fire and flood, iron and breast. Cock and bat... the hammering continues. Whoever dies with the most cumshots wins. Joe Roemer and Rodger Stella are joined here by Prurient’s Dominic Fernow. Classic transsexual art brut.


I Hit A Wall

(Quemada - QUE004) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

An anthem for the ages that lurches and stumbles, makes strides, waltzes and wobbles, backed with a track that charges through the muck and rides an early '90s Port Chalmers groove. Artwork by Anthony Riddell of Volvox.


If I Don't Sleep Tonight

(Wormwood Grasshopper - WG03) 7-inch $15.00

The second seven by this Melbourne group specializing in the mysteries of late night. Part of the new Stay Classy Australia scene. Edition of 100.


I’m Not Coming Here / My Two Kids

(Unwucht - UN10) 7-inch $10.00

A Jandek-conjuring slow-burner on one side side, while the flip rocks hard into the Velvet Underground chug zone. Recorded at the Kof Gallery in Flemington, Australia, and Loons Bar in Lyttelton, New Zealand, both tracks are versions of the songs on their seven-inch released by Soft Abuse. File next to Slimy Adenoid & The Pablums, Vomit Visions and Deutscher Abschaum, if that’s how you organize your stuff. With unique, rubberstamped postcard. Edition of 150


Mad Nanna

(Alberts Basement) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Volcanic Tongue says, "Shadow Ring-style narcoleptic rock with a Shaggs-play-The Clean feel, mainlining extended pop jams into downer dirges." Siltblog says "It also kinda sounds like a Falling Spikes bootleg what had been caked w/mud & laquered onto vinyl." Edition of 200.


Made in Mexico / Microwaves

(Rococo) split 7-inch $5.50

An action-packed 7-inch split between two hard-charging combos. Made In Mexico (ex-Arab On Radar) conjure their deadly mix of post-punk, no wave, prog and rock-inspired madness, while Microwaves blast tonality-impaired riffs against effected bass, clattering drums, and a dual vocal attack.


Stevige Nacht b/w De Kerstdagen

(Meeuw Muzak - MM047) 7-inch $8.75 (Out-of-stock)

Ultra Eczema’s Dennis Tyfus on voice and cassettes, with Kris Maes on atmospheric slide guitar, editing and recording, applying their lo-fi sound poetry aesthetic to Christmas tunes.


Extended Play-R

(Suitcase - SUT03) 7-inch $7.75

Homemade Moog electronics and A/V experiments by interactive multimedia technology specialist James F. Ellis (ex-Absolute Ceiling). Four tracks that “meld the terrain between Minimal Man and Mark Stewart Group,” according to Discogs’ own PastySurprise. “There's a lot of sonic variety, including cool keyboard work and two locked grooves. If you miss the raw DIY electronic sound that characterized the 80s, this … will truly help bridge that gap.” With badge. Edition of 500.


Pink Noise / Man Made Hill

(Inyrdisk - IYD88) split 7-inch $9.00

Two prime movers each from Montréal’s most admirable modern punks and Toronto’s relentless electro-pop sorcerer. Mark Sauner, Graeme Langdon, and Tara Desmond’s magic cash’n’carry stunners shake with tight disjointedness, while Randy Gagne mystifies with filthy tapes, blown-out beatboxes in full body-slam mode, and some hot-stepping into soulful crooning glory. Risograph-printed covers. Edition of 500.


Pig Magic

(Pica Disk - PICA029) 7-inch + CD $15.00

Norwegian free noise duo with guests Maja Ratkje and Lasse Marhaug.


Warmth / Medroxy Progesterone Acetate

(Small Doses - dose9) split 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Both sides evolve slowly, mangle with sinewy maws of noise, and grip with hands of haunting ambience.


For Letha

(Vin Du Selecte Qualitite) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

COMING SOON. Four tracks of instrumental, acoustic guitar.


Melt-Banana / Stilluppsteypa

(Something Weird) Used Split 10-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Fourteen hairball tracks by our Japanese freakazoid friends, some of which get into mad dub and cut-up techniques, all later reissued on their singles comp 13 Hedgehogs (A-Zap 2005), backed with primo Icelandic experimental abstraction, the side-long “Important Anti-Art Dances.”



(Ipecac) Used 7-inch $20.00

Track from Hostile Ambient Takeover spread over both sides.


Black Stooges

(Ipecac) Used 7-inch $15.00

Track from Hostile Ambient Takeover on the A-side. Non-album version of “Foaming” on the B-side.


Brain Center

(Ipecac) Used 7-inch $15.00

Track from Hostile Ambient Takeover on the A-side. Cover of The Ramones’ “Today Your Love Tomorrow The World” on the B-side


Dr. Geek

(Ipecac) Used 7-inch $12.00

Track from Hostile Ambient Takeover on the A-side. Cover of Alice Cooper’s “Return of the Spiders” on the B-Side



(Ipecac) Used 7-inch $15.00

Track from Hostile Ambient Takeover on the A-side. Covers of The Warlock Pinchers’ “Arny” and The Tubes’ “White Punks On Dope” on the B-side



(Ipecac) Used 7-inch $12.00

Track from Hostile Ambient Takeover on the A-side. Cover of The Gun Club’s “Promise Me” on the B-side


Judas Chang

(Ipecac) Used 7-inch $12.00

Track from Hostile Ambient Takeover on the A-side. Cover of Mott The Hoople’s “Jerkin’ Krokus” on the B-side.


Misery Patriot

(Superlux) Used 7-inch $3.00

1994 single by Matt Valentine, Pat Gubler, and Marc Wolf. “At any given moment,” says CMJ Music Journal, “half the band [tries] to hold the song together as the other half tries to break it apart completely. The whole thing falls into and out of meter repeatedly, chord sequences don’t always reach their destination, and … [it] shambles to a conclusion before it collapses.” On the flip, “Siren Howl / Holed” “slides aphasically from classic rock smoothness to fluid-spewing explosions.” Numbered edition of 500


The Grey Lynn Homeless Set

(Emerald Cocoon - EC006) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

New Zealand-born Tokyo-based physicist Mark Sadgrove uses site-specific recordings, lyrical domesticity, systematically illogical recording choices, completely brutalized fragments of bone-dry pointillist acoustic guitar strung only with low Es, invented instruments, real-time Linux C-sound programming, obsessively repeated lyrical fragments, an almost Buddhist sense of sound-as-object, and seemingly random electronic beats jumping across the stereo spectrum to deliver two sub-sub-sub lo-fi acoustic folk songs saturated in haze. Volume four in Emerald Cocoon’s Alone Together series. Edition of 300.



(Bruit Direct Disques - BRD2) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

“Ripe with schizophrenic angst,” our friends at Siltblog can't help but notice, “The A-side is clearly borne out of the avant soil once trod upon by Ilitch and DDAA, while the flip sounds like the band harvested an entire field of wormwood, distilling it into a noxious absinthe of Swans-like potency…. [B]lind carnage … follows…. Bruit-Direct is growin' real live monsters, no two ways about it.” Both guitarists also play in Sister Iodine.


Mlehst / Mutant Ape

(Turgid Animal - TA185) split 7-inch $11.35

Harsh building ambience from Mutant Ape, backed with Mlehst’s tonal experiment on the flip, really soothing.


Thread Bare

(Alberts Basement) 7-inch $12.00

Solo vocal project by Melbourne's Christopher Hill of Paeces, Gauntlet, Gugg, Galactic Locksmith, and a million others. According to the lad's amazingly spelled MySpace page, "Moffarfarrah tranverses time pushing bending and proding time within the space of the mouth and pedals, precusion, organs, and amplifires, casting spores of posi-charged change in little and big omnipresent ways, gurgles, squeaks, moans, new languages, abstract opera, moduals of existence, tea swilling, friendly chat and chants."


Come Around

(All Gone) 7-inch $8.50

Mole House tarry in a minimal yet complex electric folk truism. Where few dare to tread, this trio moseys along some no-frills fifth dimension. If their true stories and lost chords receive the attention they demand, a captivating sense of juxtaposition comes full circle between lyrics and notes. File next to Un or Wreck Small Speakers getting ashed on by sluggish narco Gibson Brothers blues.


Hey Come My Way

(Quemada - QUE003) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

The debut of prime bummer pop by members of Mad Nanna and White Woods, with a bit more jangle and hook than is typical of the former, sloppier than the latter.


Ein Dusterer Winter Kommt

(Legion Blotan) 7-inch $11.00

Two black metal tracks from prolific and experimental Ukrainians that utilize raw guitars, drum machine and keyboard mixed with menacing, depressive vocals. Edition of 250.


Massive Ejaculation

(Beniffer Editions) 7-inch $16.50 (Out-of-stock)

Lacking sense and sobriety, St. Petersburg resident Phil Wolotkin is the most disoriented electronic composer on the planet. He counts among his skills, dizzy toilet bowl mornings, cut up editing to the millisecond, and mockery of Wolf Eyes. The 10 x 10, 18pp screenprinted book (folding out to 10 x 40, with a sewn pocket for the seven-inch) includes art by Jacob Horwood, Sekitani Norihiro, Dylan Nyoukis, Fatboobs, Jesjit Gill, Andrew Zukerman, Jeff Garcia, Zeesy Powers. Edition of 150.


O Fim Do Teu Ser / Designios Do Fim

(Legion Blotan) split 7-inch $8.75

A truly evil and all-consuming split from two of the greatest hordes of Iberia. Edition of 250


Catch As Catch Can

(Agitated) Used 7-inch $10.00

A blistering stew by Wooden Shjips’ Erik “Ripley” Johnson and Sanae Yamada backed with a cover of the Scientists’ classic speaker-burner “Set It On Fire.”


Electricity Vs. Insects

(Chocolate Monk) Used Split 7-inch $8.00

After abandoning Moore’s suggested title Sunday Sport for this collaboration and opting instead for the more titillating, Vollmann-derived moniker, Nyoukis leads the trio through a score based on a simple grid-and-dice scam requiring Moore to record a randomly selected album from his collection for a set amount of time, to which more sherry-fueled voodoo would be applied upon arrival in the UK. On the flip-side, a more smoked-out octagonal score is used to replace as much content created by Prick Decay and Moore with sounds boosted from Glands Of External Secretion. Everyone involved agrees the record is a colossal pain-in-the-ass.



(Mosquitoes - MOS001) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Broken, atonal guitar scree, ultra-minimal half-jazz percussion and nervous bass probing. This trio from southeast England reduces songs to a few desolate lines. Diecut sleeve, fold-out insert, stamped labels. Edition of 100. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2016
Here’s two minutes for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2VtsPW9Ek0


Coup d’Etat

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 10-inch $70.00

1996 reissue of all six tracks from Permis De Construire’s 1987 LP. Sealed


Live and Proud

(Turgid Animal - TA385) 7-inch $9.00

Pure junk noise abuse with little or no structure, although somewhat rhythmic in some places. The artwork is printed on two double sided thick glossy inserts and looks a treat. Limited edition, colored vinyl.


Mutant Ape / Seppuku

(Turgid Animal - TA197) split 7-inch $9.85

Cut-up junk abuse and pure smash all the way through Mutant Ape’s side. Scotland’s Seppuku deliver two tracks of doom-type metal. Death to false noise!



(Alberts Basement) 7-inch $13.75

“Spurts of free percussion, alternately scratchy / ululating eternal drones, factory sounds à la Joe Jones, deformed, endlessly echoed vocals,” say our clearly stunned colleagues at Volcanic Tongue about the new seven-inch by Matt Earle (of Breakdance The Dawn, Craft Bandits, xNoBBQx). “The second side is more recognizably based around amp destruction and guitar abuse with waves of crude feedback interrupted by percussive guitar wrangling.” Individually handmade covers.



(Meeuw Muzak - MM036) 7-inch $6.35 (Out-of-stock)

Another cryptic affair from this perennial Dutch label. For this mail collaboration, Norbert Möslang (Voice Crack) and Ralf Wehowsky (RLW) craft cracked everyday electronics and computer-manipulate deviations of same. One continuous piece sets falling sounds against a dark, drone-like backdrop; the other is more, ahem, musical, with more sounds of things falling and lots of processed variations. Sorta atmospheric, sorta noisy.


Chitty Chat b/w Goodbye Dear Cliche

(Sacred Bones - SBR020) 7-inch $6.00

Serious harsh downer vibes from this Australian male/female duo whose drum-synth-bass-and-vocal ferocity comes out sounding like a surprisingly danceable version of Whitehouse.


Rosewville b/w Phone Message

(Runt) Used 7-inch (one-sided) $2.00

Single-sided split seven originally release with Yakuza magazine. Indie rock and an answering machine message from grandmother.


Song For The Working Man

(Columbus Discount) Used 7-inch $5.00

Dirty-sounding chaos by way of no wave and early art-punk. The A-side is a short but potent blast of hyperactive drumming, tweaked guitars, and near-random shouting -- the sound of angst and confusion, and the need to vent. The flip is an even noisier (but equally short) mess of screech and bile dragged down into the gutter by gut-wrenching distortion, esoteric noises, and a steady, plodding beat. Howling, yipping vocals make it clear the band is just as unsettled as their music. Hand-painted sleeve. Black vinyl. Edition of 400



(Stomach Ache - SA61) 7-inch $10.00

Noise loops, tape cut-ups, appropriated thrift store muzak and demented boink interspersed with failed prank phone calls (anti-pranks, you might say). Hard to believe it was actually released. With Bren't Lewiis, Emil Beaulieau, Mike Minutoli, Garret Eaton, Genital P-Orange Juice.



(Nuhrst - NE77) 7-inch + cassette $35.00

Following Where The Dead Things Are (Nuhrst 2009) and Betwixt Descending Corridors (Self Abuse 2009), the crypt-dwelling alter ego of Ryan Oppermann circulates madness and blood through the coarse veins of the dying. “Swine” and “Defecated Bones,” two tracks that have remained hidden within troubled chambers for years, earn a helping hand from basement scum butcher Charlie Draheim on backing squelch-sound and glass treading. Most vile. Seven-inch box includes C35 cassette, two buttons, embroidered patch, sixteen-page book. Signed in silver by the artist. Edition of 260.


The Never Quartet

(I Dischi Del Barone) 7-inch $10.00

Static, haunting bliss by Michael Morley, employing the resonating qualities of e-bowed wooden acoustic guitars placed flat upon wooden furniture to reveal connections between time and space by activating the instruments and the other wooden objects within architectural structures. With insert. Edition 0f 200


Deaf Like Me

(Sound Org) Used 7-inch $4.00

“Rattles, interjections, borborygmes, whistles melting with wonder” marvels Perte & Fracas about the two tracks on the 1999 release by this “beautiful noise rock band” from Madison, Wisconsin. “Clean, dry, disjointed, personal cousin with US Maple, The Conformists, Big 'n and Jesus Lizard.” Silkscreened jacket.


Nico And The Vascellaris

(Von Archives - VON013) 7-inch (one-sided) $8.00

SALE PRICE. Original studio recordings by this deeply unconventional band. Edition of 100.



(BloodLust! - B!139) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

With their long history of dark analog synth music, Jonathan Canady (Angel of Decay, Deathpile, Dead World), David Reed (Envenomist, Luasa Raelon, Brittle Foundries) and Mark Solotroff (Bloodyminded, The Fortieth Day, A Vague Disquiet, Intrinsic Action, Animal Law) unite and develop their own type of aural sleep disruption, characterized by frightening psychological content and aiming to provoke a strong feeling of imminent physical danger and a sensation of being trapped or suffocated. Multi-color marble / splatter vinyl. Includes sticker.


Lest We Forget

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD56) 4xLP + 7-inch $100.00

Some of the earliest recordings by the group founded by bothers Nigel and Daniel Ayers with Caroline K in 1980, previously available on cassettes, as well as tracks recorded under their earlier name, The Pump. This document can be considered an audio sketchbook, filled with raw, unfinished works in progress and live performances by the trio (which mutated over the years and continued into the 21st century as Nigel Ayers’s solo project). It covers a wide range of musical styles by a group committed to radical experimentation in both form and content. The previously unreleased tracks from the early ’80s sound contemporary and fresh.


Just For The Hell Of It

([ no label ]) 7-inch (one-sided) $11.25 (Out-of-stock)

The first scene from the exploitation movie of the same name, directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis. Essentially a field recording of a group of teenagers destroying a room. No dialog, no background music. Sounds like a Haters show from 1968, pretty much.


Knife vs. Skull Face

(Saxon Gregory) 7-inch $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Trailers for Eurotrash films Slaughter Hotel, Strip Nude For Your Killer, The Embalmer, and Virgin Of Nuremberg. Edition of 150.


Bless The Children

(Turgid Animal - TA355) 7-inch $7.50

German power electronics, formerly known as Noisewerrrrk. Three tracks of almost creepy industrial noise soundscapes with buried, whispered vocals focusing on religious disease and fanatics.


Steel Dream March Of The Metal Men

(Clawfist - XPIG 12) 7-inch $20.00

"Steel Dream March of the Metal Men" is very very close to being the exact same song as the Miss Ticker remix of "Cold" from the Thunder Perfect Mind CD reissue and "Head Cold" from the Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven CD. Includes one-sided insert advertising the Clawfist singles club. From 1992. Edition of 1400


Caged Dog / Common Criminal

(Phage - PT180) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Self-described in a Purestench interview as "harsh industrial project that ... falls in line with the dark ambient / death industrial / power electronics style." Inspired by the 1981 hunger strike in Ireland headed by Bobby Sands. Edition of 300.


Ambiguism (1983-87)

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD72) 4xLP + 7-inch + DVD $100.00

Between 1983 and 1987, this UK ambient group, formed in 1982 by Tim Horberry, Roger Horberry, Clare Elliott and Andrew Hulme, released two vinyl albums -- Scene in Mirage (A-Mission, 1984) and Into Dark Water (Final Image, 1987) -- and recorded numerous soundtracks, experimental projects and solo works. This retrospective document of the era tells the definitive story of the emergence and development of the group’s sound. Includes their first two albums with bonus tracks, two additional full-length LPs of unreleased material, and a seven-inch single of their first-ever recordings. The DVD features excepts from their Scenes in Mirage and Peripheral Vision videos. With large poster and detailed listening notes. More than fifty tracks, around half of which have never been released in any form.


Please Note Our Failure

(Some - 08) Used 10-inch $15.00

Two untitled collage tracks from 1998.


Slimy Crime

(Japan Overseas) Used 7-inch $3.00

Avant-garde heavy music from 1996 composed of the dark and gorgeous. Kazuo Matsushita (sax, sampler, effects), Hiroshi Funato (bass), Takashi Ogushi (drums), Former Screaming Pinch Hitter (guitar), Kazuo Okuni (computer, sound effects) and, on loan from Omoide Hatoba and Scid Mother, Atsushi Tsuyama (keybord, ultra-voice). Orange vinyl.


Tomutonttu / Oneohtrix Point Never

(Alter - ALT02) split 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Kemialliset Ystavat's Jan Anderzen and New Yorker Daniel Lopatin create a unique synthesis formed from a DIY approach to electronic music. With Tomutonttu's "Likaiset Pilvet," Anderzen emerges from his archives with something new after a heavy editing session. Fragmented electronics bring to mind a dozen Parmegiani records melting in unison. Rhythmic loops and other scattered sounds bear similarities to Eric Copeland's recent output. OPN's "Wayland Lincoln Border" continues Lopatin's synth work, recognized for deep layers of warm sound from trance-like melodies, evocative of motion, always evolving, constructing and deconstructing new worlds from sound. An apt counterpoint to Anderzen's chaos. Edition of 500.


Tin WIndows

(Heart Of Glue - HOG001) 7-inch $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

Decontextualized public voices cut-up and repeated. Addictive, funny, oddly rhythmic, obsessive-compulsive. C'mon, your brain is at least twenty-five percent worms by now, surely you can tolerate a couple more.


Seven Inches Of Love

(Speeding Across My Hemispheres) Used 7-inch $2.00

Cover version of Sister Rain’s “Seconds From You” backed with a cover of The Velvet Underground’s “Venus In Furs,” released in 1996 as a wedding present for Origami collective members Elisabeth A15 and Tore A22. With insert. Red vinyl.


Beautiful Monolith Two

(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC05) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Powerful psychedelic, surrealistic trance-noise from New Zealand wizard Campbell Kneale.



(Form & Function) Used LP + 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Eleven tracks of flowing, textured sound by digi-tech master chef Markus Popp. This electronic manifesto utilizes sublime, low-end rhythm and directive pulsation in a manner that eases the listener into a soft and pillowy world dominated by electronic bleeps, glitches and moans. Jacket has creases; vinyl is near mint.


Otherside of

(Pataphysique - DD89) 2xCD + 7-inch $40.00 (Out-of-stock)

Tokyo psych mainstays from 1990 to 2008 who, according to Dusted, “mixed the melodies with the mope to achieve a Paisley Underground sort of effect, albeit with virtuosic guitar freakouts by leader Rinji Fukuoka…. [M]ajestic melodies, challenging and progressive outlines, ripping leads, and proper song structures … recorded in Japan rattle the cages of … young, “tribal” drug-pee band[s]… with the skill and professional freakout-making abilities they all lack.” The seven-inch contains two songs from the band's 1999 US tour: “Le Few Follet” with its pop-psych layering and dueling lead guitars that are thick and confident and “Cut Up Us,” a collage of sounds from the entire tour and symphonic tapeloops.


Everytime You Hurt Me / Into The Happiness

(Legion Blotan) split 7-inch $8.75

Two depressing sides of obscure black metal from Netherlands and Finland, dominated by depression and suicidal isolation. Inner darkness crushed in the middle by unique atmospheres and singular visions. Edition of 200


Killing On Full Moon

(Legion Blotan) 7-inch $9.00

Slow and melodic black metal from the Netherlands. Great songs with drum machine and evil vocals. Limited to 250 copies.


Vague Maze

(A Dear Girl Called Wendy - WENDY12) 7-inch $8.00

Two titans of noise, one stunning prologue to their series of collaborations, seven minutes of analog synthesizers, electronics, and noise dating from 2005. Fast, violent, harsh. Edition of 200.


Ghetto Rock b/w Brain Hungry Riddim

(Meeuw Muzak - 041) split 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Man called Tapes tears up the mixing desk once again, hard on the heels of his Vernon Maytone winner. This is another triumph – careering, hot and mental. Pampidoo does Tiger. Rough!


My Pain Is Kept In A Screwed Shut Wooden Box In A Storage Facility That I Don't Pay The Rent To

(Ownness) Used 7-inch $5.00

In oversized card folder. Pink vinyl. Edition of 100


New Directions in Creative Nihilism

(Turgid Animal - TA242) 7-inch $9.85

Junkyard pick-and-scrape from Andy Ortmann and co., who use time, space and mind-boggling stereo switching to their advantage. Limited to 220 copies on heavy black vinyl, with artwork screened by Jelle Crama.


Politico / Zytol Automation

(Destijl - IND095) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Reissue of the lead single for their second album, Substrata (Match Box 1980). "Politico" is a rippin' new wave roller full of glam stomp, proggy arrangement and punky attitude. The synth-fuelled non-LP instrumental "Zytol Automation" features Terry Censky and Patrick Burke in an ebullient symphony of synths, drums and guitar.


Fohhoh Bohob

(Time Lag) Used LP + 7-inch $10.00

Reissue of impossibly rare late ’60s garage-psych-folk platter. Thick paste-on cover. Edition of 300. With booklet and bonus seven-inch


Hidden Face / Leave Mine

(Emerald Cocoon - EC004) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

At an intersection of late 20th-century art music by one half of Aster and of Paul and Maurey — modern composition, Euro free clatter and textural psychedelia — stilted song forms almost career off the very face of form on thin lines of carefully controlled reed-skree. Hand-crafted and warm, Paul’s tracks stitch together guitar, vocals, crotales and saxophone, and move in a constant, slow peristalsis, never quite coalescing, never quite drifting apart. Equal parts alien unease and folkish charm, these slowly tangled tones drift prismatic and high in the late afternoon light. Volume two in Emerald Cocoon’s Alone Together series. Edition of 300.


Preach Under Cooked

(Sophomore Lounge - SL055) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

Justin Frye and his collective of art-diseased obsessives summon a somewhat lazier Bad Moon Rising-era industrial mushroom grunge, but can also relate to earlier Smog stuff (recorded in a haunted meat locker), to say nothing of the ease with which they lace free-form, sax-soured mutant folk with moans of Americana nightmare language and occasional flashes of Ayler-like enlightenment. The A-side wanders Fahey-ward with an Orcutt-damaged compass, while the flip is classic PC slacker punk. Hand-screened jackets. Edition of 300


Love Rules

(Destijl - IND081) 7-inch $5.25 (Out-of-stock)

Pens are three girls who take an old-school approach to a hum and riff and add their own who-gives-a-fuck, homemade panache.


Magnet Hill

(I Dischi Del Barone) 7-inch $15.00

Rather minimal and more based on guitar than previous efforts by Jesse Dewlow, such that “a murky sub-underground feel resembling South Island NZ pop played inside an armored car” line might be on point, but these two downer gems are rooted elsewhere. Plus, hey hey, locked grooves. With insert. Edition of 200


Caverning b/w Meta-Quotations / Soiled, Discarded

(Impermanent) Used 7-inch $7.00

Two home-recorded tracks by Michigan expats / Pacific Northwest beach druids. Cloudy dream-conjuring and diaphanous songcraft on the Pioulard side, with Dustin Krcatovich’s unplanned voyage through the ether on the flip.


Sounds and Songs of the Sea

(La Brea - LBX06) 7-inch $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

A strange and obscure artifact from mid-90s San Francisco, sponsored by Jaina Davis and Flatter! magazine. Real chanteys and ballads by Phil Frankin (Caroliner), Christine Shields (Blue Hole), James Goode (Faxed Head). Silkscreened sleeve.


Goshen b/w 828

(Meeuw Muzak - MM040) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

The second 45 by Hideto Aso. Happy neon mystique and tinny breaks. Out of the norm, something antique but extremely new music. Edition of 200.



(Meeuw Muzak - MM033) 7-inch $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two tracks from The Pitchshifters’ second CDR, Improvise*Dessert. Beautifully constructed pop impulses stuffed into an improv framework.


Sound Source

(Pax - 001) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Improvisation combined with surreal sound works by Hideto Aso. Edition of 300


Baby Blues Kids

(Tanzprocesz - TP4) split 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Byron Coley’s review somehow slipped past The Wire’s editorial gatekeepers and made it into print: “Fairly amazing free rock gloop collision by a French group with roots in Le Dernier Cri’s post-trauma sound (Placenta Popeye) and a Greek group (Reverse Mouth), who ... take things in a direction of stunning confusion. The best Greek things I’ve heard have always had a certain post-Rembetika blues orientation that explodes beyond average tongue worship. These guys are all that. And more.” Hand-numbered edition of 400


Konsumier Mich

(Danger Records - DR007) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

All three tracks from the Die Tödliche Dosis compilation (Lustgewinn Schallplatten 1981) by this female fronted DIY punk band from Vienna. Insert includes lyrics and photos. Edition of 500



(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB011) 7-inch $10.00

Newcastle-based improvisor Joe Murray’s mix of vocal-jaxx loops, dry breath and child chatter. Relentless squelching from a wet mouth that’s been physically spliced into cranky tape. An exploration of sharp pencil tap and wickedly pinched spools. Edition of 200. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2016


Icon / Effigy

(Phage - PT134) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Layered metal abuse and thick harsh noise by Sean Matzus, Vance Osborne and Richard Ramirez, a strong follow-up to their recent Smell & Quim collaboration (Rough Skin 2010) and their appearance on the Filth compilation with Bizarre Uproar and Nicole 12 (Urashima 2010). Screenprinted covers, sticker, double-sided insert. Edition of 200.


Primitive Calculators

(Slow Drama) LP + 7-inch $90.00

Suburban filth that crawled out of the shitbox of Springvale, Australia, in the late seventies to inflict revenge upon the human race. After a couple of years of making ugly, nihilistic music comparable to Suicide meets Teenage Jesus, they burned out and destroyed themselves in a thrash of contempt. Original pressing from 1982, with postcard and sleeveless copy of “Do That Dance” / “Can’t Stop It” seven-inch.


Snake Legs

(Apraxia) Used 7-inch $3.50

Three tracks from 1995 by Wally Shoup (alto), Brent Arnold (cello), and Ed Pias (drums). Silkscreened sleeve


Stun Gun

(Quasi Pop - QPOP07) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Emotional, personal, almost intimate noise. No point in brutality and aggression without the human element, after all. Green vinyl. Edition of 350.


Victorian Photography

(Turgid Animal - TA248) 7-inch $7.50

Daydreams of the Victorian past via highly focused synth projections over a bed of crunched static, screamed vocals, children's song echoing from the bottom of a barrel. Creepy religious themes creeping in.


Wrapped In The Flame Of Illusion, Masked In The Clay Of Behavior

(Dais - DAIS028) 2x7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Ambient power electronics recorded prior to the Bermuda Drain sessions. Destitute, vulnerable and sedate, reflective and rapt, the four compositions here throw away a decade of experience, only to start at Prurient's foundations. Orange and purple vinyl. Cover art by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge. Edition of 500.


Wrapped In The Flame Of Illusion, Masked In The Clay Of Behavior

(Dais) Used 2x7-inch $8.00

Four compositions best framed as “ambient power electronics,” recorded within the bleak transitional period immediately prior to the Bermuda Drain sessions. This release captures Prurient at its most vulnerable and sedate, reflective and rapt. One orange platter, one purple. Cover art by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge. Number 199 in edition of 500


That's What I Heard b/w Average Sensual Man

(Fishrider - FISH004) split 7-inch $12.75 (Out-of-stock)

New Zealand’s reigning ambassador of strum Robert Scott (The Clean, The Bats, Magick Heads) duets with Magic Dirt’s pop-rock powerhouse Adalita Srsen for the rustic “That’s What I Heard,” described by Still Single as charming and heartfelt, “nothing but sweet, full-sounding acoustic guitar, tambourine, and … two beautiful voices complementing one another.” On the flip, The Puddle’s slightly out-of-character “Average Sensual Man” delivers some underground cabaret psych-pop, Dunedin-style, with guests Al Starrett on accordion and viola, and vocalist Sharon Cunningham imbuing the track with a smokey jazz vibe. Both tracks are exclusive to this release.


Horrible Signal

(Obfuscated - OR13) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Three tracks of ground-to-a-pulp synth-and-electronic murmur, recorded live at The Lab, The Handbag Factory, and Kill Radio. Low frequencies and shrieking tube analog screams emitted from a stagnating swamp. Includes postcards, stickers. Glow-in-the-dark vinyl.


I Am Somebody

(Sophomore Lounge - SL080) 7-inch $8.25 (Out-of-stock)

Fucked up, vaped-out, borderline demonic cassette confessionals by Detroit’s greatest oddball, basement-dwelling, idiot-prog outfit (Chris Durham of All Gone, Roachclip, The Bibs), coming off like a cross between Robert Wyatt’s Matching Mole and Man Who Sold The World-era Bowie bent by early Trux slop and slackerisms. Edition of 250


Like Water Tightly Wound

(Crouton) Used 10-inch $10.00

This 2007 platter from Rammel’s series of solo Sound Palette studies captures the nuances of the intriguing instruments invented and built by the man himself — as curious for their sounds as they are as artifacts — finely crafted wood and metal devices one would expect to find in an obscure section of a museum. Melodic and buzzing with texture, these Sound Palette recordings represent an overview of artistic endeavor, ranging from electro-acoustic theory and practice, to sculpture and craftsmanship. With photographic print, liner notes, antique-themed 78 record package. Edition of 300



(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.



(BloodLust! - B!109) 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

A dark slab of necro-nihilism by cult death-industrial powerhouse Ryan Oppermann (Fabrico Incubo, Klinikal Skum, Narcoleptic Ward, Neuntöter Der Plage, Post-Mortem Junkie, Xombie). "Deviant" straddles an uncomfortable line between death-industrial, power-electronics, crust/sludge and a totally aggressive form of minimal synth; "White Walls" brings to mind Leichenschrei-era S.P.K. with its unwholesome mental ward pathology.


Vomit Arsonist / Regosphere

(Obfuscated) split 7-inch $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

Death industrial / power electronics by Andrew Grant on one side, blending a bleak atmosphere with ominous distortion, and giallo-inspired dark ambient by Andrew Quitter on the other. Edition of 300


3 Wishes

(Meeuw Muzak - MM037) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Ms. Ressin was one of several speakers on "Lipostudio... And So On," a "revoltingly beautiful" track by Matmos. Here she covers Klaus Nomi with appropriately pathetic operatic singing and electro-inspired rhythm from a sequencer. For the remix treatment on the flip, Mr. Tietchens reverses the vocals and feeds the rhythm through a gated reverb in the finest style of one-hit-wonder superfluous B-sides. Quite believable as an obscure 80s synth-pop record.


Dark Angled Eyebrow

(Amethyst Sunset) 7-inch $9.00

Ten minutes by the harsh noise master spread across two sides sourced from wood, nylon, and mic'd knives. Edition of 300


Shark Knifing

(Scratch And Sniff Entertainment - SNSE075) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Lurching, ripping, and tearing. Relentless and sharp. Thrashing about in the blood water, coming back for the torso. There are sharks and then there are knives. How about sharks getting their throats slit by humans with knives? Think about that. These two sides present a concise and brutal attack by the master Sam McKinlay, compelled by the short format to pack each track with nothing but highlights typically spread out over longer form The Rita recordings. Hits hard, hits fast. Includes twelve-page booklet adorned with not-nice artwork culled from McKinlay's personal collection and drawings inked by the man himself, a sticker, and a double-sided postcard.


Shooting Sharks

([ no label ]) 7-inch $9.00

An intoxicatingly cut throat, sparse and depraved electric blast. All source sounds sampled from European westerns and shark hunting films.


Calmer In This Town

(Quemada - QUE010) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two sides of primo, paranoid psych rock with a spaced-out doper sheen and bad vibes from a murky garage.


Mercury / Shockwave Rider

(Drag City - DC042) 7-inch $10.00

From 1994.


Guitar Weakling

(Beniffer Editions) 7-inch (lathe cut) $19.50

Another devotional candle for worship at the altar of keeko-bleeko guitar-playing. Cover is printed rubber, mounted on a surface raised with ball bearings. Worth framing and keeping on your desk at work. Edition of 50.



(Helicopter - H40) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Edition of 300.


The Movement Of The Free Spirit

(Smalltown Supersound) Used 10-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Feedback generated with a tape Dictaphone and effects chain, recorded following the devastating earthquakes of 2011.



(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC06) 7-inch $9.00

Side project of Skull Defekts’ Joachim Nordwall and Henrik Rylander, who set aside the guitars and drums in favor of analogue machines, feedback system and effects. Their debut seven-inch combines the dark minimalism and haunting synths of proto-ambient with the intensity and spacey grooves of kraut rock. Edition of 300.



(Quemada - QUE009) 2x7-inch $13.50 (Out-of-stock)

The solo workings of Satanic Rockers’ Lynton Denovan. Gloomy doom pop, guitar jams with Swell Maps moves, a mass transit travelogue haunted by the Instant Automatons, and some crispy Satanic grooves.


Lair of Necromancy

(Hospital - HOS326) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Ritual Finnish black metal that should need no introduction, but just in case: Sargeist features members of Horna and Behexen, both are long-term Finnish black metal bands known for profound live performances of magic. Their Let The Devil In (Moribund 2010) was a new standard for fast, brutal and memorable black metal.



(Quemada - QUE006) 7-inch $5.50 (Out-of-stock)

Evil anthems doused in heavy, vile goop by Australian sociopaths. Imagine Paul Leary taking over lead duties for the Instant Automatons, or if Mad Nanna showed a bit more Sabbath muscle.


Bloody Ritual

(Hospital - HOS333) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Vinyl reissue of the first demo (Plague Lord 1999) by the king of finnish black metal, Satanic Tyrant Werwolf, whose idea for his new direction germinated in 1998, while Werwolf was performing vocals under the name Nazgul Von Armageddon for the band Horna.


Halber Selbstbetrug

(Siltbreeze - SB165) 7-inch $2.50

Perfectly lubed and gurgling oink by this contemporary Berlin outfit, informed by the bare-knuckled scrappers of the Neue Deutsche Welle fringe. “A solid chunk of head-shrieking metronomics smothered in bassy transits and overwrought in thirsty shards … of pylon guitar,” proclaims Rottenmeats, “A rhythmically sharp and feisty beast, with … transistorized megaphone … vox … full of quirky angles ending on a screamed abruptness.” Edition of 300


Night Visions

(Danger Records - DR003) 7-inch $7.75

Crime wave or female-fronted synth punk from PDX, with members of Epoxies, No-Talents, Headliners, Operation S, Procrastinators.


Shoes This High

(Siltbreeze - SB161) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

First-time legitimate reissue of this New Zealand post-punk classic (STH Music 1981) that uncaps a ferocity at the time unheard not just in New Zealand, but in most corners of the global underground fraternity (with the possible exception of The Gordons’ debut seven-inch). A defining moment in definitive.


Sounds of Japanese Doomsday Cults

(Faithways International) 7-inch $5.25 (Out-of-stock)

This reissue of The Sounds Of Japanese Doomsday Cults marks the first bona fide public availability in the West of “Lord Death’s Counting Song” and “Sonshi’s March,” performed by Shoko Asahara, leader of Japanese religious cult Aum Shinri Kyo and convicted murderer of twenty-five people, including eleven who died in the sarin nerve-gas attack in the Tokyo subway system in March of 1995 -- a terrifying incident that put more than five thousand people in the hospital and shocked the world with its televised images of choking and vomiting rush-hour riders staggering out of the subway exits. Originally released on Australia’s Mighty I AM Presence label in three editions of 25 copies each (on polyurethane lathe-cut 8-inch records).



(Oxen - OXEN) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Strength in tightly concentrated havoc. An action massacre, sounds shattered with steamy, crowded menace. Charred mutilation across two sides, defining the kinetics of destruction. Total slaughter by Mumma and Wiese.


Horned Beast

(Husk - H#110) 2x7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Album length (by Sissy Spacek standards) collection of noisecore, wreckage, and experimental strategies, covering a number of different line-ups and eras. Die cut cover and insert.


Lead Their Exit

(Helicopter - H 70) 7-inch $6.75 (Out-of-stock)

Furious destruction by Charlie Mumma, newest member Sara Taylor on vocals, and John Wiese. Grindcore blasts with an avant-garde sensibility meet leftfield song writing.


Lipscomb b/w Absentia

(Helicopter - H64) 7-inch $11.25

Two collaborative tracks of beautiful dementia, computer treatments, rattling bells, distant ragtime and hoarse shrieks and groans. With five color inserts. Edition of 200.


Sissy Spacek

(A Dear Girl Called Wendy - WENDY06) 2x7-inch $15.00

In 1999 Corydon Ronnau and John Wiese made their first recordings as a more or less "conventional" blur/grindcore duo. Shortly after, the band entered a recycling period in which Wiese produced a number of albums and EPs, the first of which was this self-titled CD (originally released on Helicopter), transforming their original source material into hardcore musique concrete. Listed in Studio Voice's "New No Wave 200" and declared a new genre by Koji Tano, it is available on vinyl for the first time as a double-seven with new edits, new mastering and previously obscure material from the same era.


Window Hammer

(Chondritic Sound - CH289) 7-inch + DVDr $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Nine tracks of pure aggressive grindcore on one side, backed with a noisy piece of broken glass and atmospheric trash, by the Mumma / Ronnau / Wiese incarnation in sharp, blasting hardcore form. Guest backing vocals by Joe Preston. Stamped DVDr has the band performing this material on their last West coast tour -- twenty more minutes of bliss and gristle.


(I Remember) The Day Smarty Marched Into Town

(Hemiola) Used 10-inch $3.00

Eggs veteran Rob Christiansen and Jeannine Durfee take pop music through the looking glass — solid hooks skewed by odd harmonies, unconventional structures and wildly creative concepts. Their off-kilter sense of humor is ever-present, with unexpected nods. From 1995


Skullflower / White Medal

(Turgid Animal - TA440) 7-inch $10.00

The long-running and evil Skullflower and Yorkshire's demented black metal one-man band both straddle the middle ground between experimental and all-out black metal assault, but in very different ways. Artwork by Utarm's Sindre Foss Skancke. 400 copies on black vinyl.


Village Sorting

(Self Abuse - SAR05) 7-inch $7.00

From 1995. Other details, as laid out by The One True Dead Angel: “Quaking guitars, hornlike guitars, guitars soaked in feedback, guitars dripping blood, blown speakers, coaxial cables catching on fire, gladiators with raw meat dripping from their jaws [overrunning] the tiny village and [burning] it flat, violence [hanging[ in the air like the tiny blackbird of doom ... a relentless, thudding drum [beating] like the throbbing vein in a sociopath's withered skull ... bright shards of guitar rot [bursting] through the violence every so often, accompanied by squeals for help.”



(Vinyl on Demand - VOD79) 4xLP + 7-inch $70.00

Material from the first six years of Sleep Chamber, compiled by Brad Miller and Frank Maier. On the first platter and the seven-inch are pure and strong minimal synth tunes from early cassettes Ze Wizz Kidz, Dream Distillate (Inner-X-Musick 1983), and Music for Mannequins (Inner-X-Musick 1984). Platters two and three reveal previously unreleased recordings from 1982 to ’87 that range from minimal to the typical Sleep Chamber sound of the era, along with alternative versions, demos and unreleased tracks from the Admit to Desire period. Platter number four is an unreleased LP called Seremony, recorded in the beginning of the Satanic Sanction sessions (1985-86).


La Chrestomathie Du Désespoir

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB031) 7-inch $9.00

The inherent mystery and beauty of sound itself gets its first scrutiny by Small Cruel Party in fifteen years. Emphasis is on non-instrumental sound sources, the exact specific nature of which is not readily apparent. Manipulation of physical objects in acoustic space and a great deal of concentrated activity are the methods. Stamped white labels. Paste-on cover and insert. Edition of 200



(Rococo - RCC001) 7-inch $4.50 (Out-of-stock)

This five-piece from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, incorporates a big chunk of ineffable pop fun into their new wave-tinged sass rock. The vocalist’s bouncy howls could pass for those of a less grating Hot Hot Heat, and they further perpetuate the atmosphere of unadulterated joviality. In other words, they are your new favorite band.



(DGC) Used 10-inch $25.00

Album versions of two tracks from Dirty, plus the unreleased “Genetic” and “Hendrix Necro.” #00010


Bull in the Heather

(DGC) Used 10-inch $40.00

The Experimental Jet Set track plus the previously unreleased “Razor Blade” and a T-vox version of “Doctor’s Orders.” Unnumbered. Silver vinyl.


Highgate b/w Mysteries Of Chance

(Peripheral - PM2) split 7-inch $13.65

Highly infectious minimal synth wave. Clear vinyl. Edition of 250


Dokument III0 1979-1983

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD50) 6xLP + 3x7-inch $225.00 (Out-of-stock)

Includes tracks from the first five years of the existence of the band released on the cassettes Wars of Islam (Hard TV 1982), From Science to Ritual (Primavera 1983), At The Crypt (Iphar 1983), and Last Attempt at Paradise (Fresh Sounds 1982), along with live recordings from their first concert in Sydney 1979, the Heaven concert in 1980, the Brickwerkz concert in 1982, the SO36 concert in Berlin, and a few more live documents. Packaged in a wooden box with a 36-page booklet and T-shirt.


Morphic Aromas

(BloodLust! - B!058) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Uncompromising Italian postindustrialist sound. Eighth release in the BloodLust! Private 7-inch series. Plain white sleeve. 300 copies.


Milk of Dried Mountain Goats

(Stomach Ache - SA08) 7-inch $15.00

Noise cut-ups and spastic howling rumored to have been created by members of Caroliner, World of Pooh and Queensrÿche.


In E

(Rude Fans) 7-inch + CD $19.50

Harsh bleary-eyed wildness from the tea rooms of Mars and the hellholes of Uranus. Former Macronympha noise dude joined by Damion Romero, Greh Holger and John Wiese on the seven-inch. Live forty-minute solo recording from October 2012 on the CD. Two color inserts. Edition of 100.


The Final Programme

(I Dischi Del Barone - IDDB005) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two prime cuts of intense noise bliss from Rodger Stella, sort of in the vein of some One Dark Eye stuff with a psychedelic twist slightly reminiscent of C.C.C.C. Stuff flies out of everywhere. Edition of 200


In The Pineys

(Siltbreeze) Used 10-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

“Fantastic lo-fi punk jabber from 1994 combined with mouthfuls of old tobacco juice.”


Apna Desh / Rooko Bay

(Perfect) Used 10-inch $150.00

Different mixes of two ethno-surrealist tracks from 330,003 Crossdressers (Abduction 1996). Plays at 78rpm.


Present Uncle Jim, True Tales Of Homeland Security

(Empirical - EMP001) 7-inch $10.00

“Uncle Jim was a fast-talking, jive-ass, wheeler-dealer pot-smoking weirdo,” observes Mark Prindle, “But … he now sounds like a tired old drunk who has seen too much (and committed too many moral crimes) to view anybody else in the world with anything but complete disdain. He knows you can’t compete with him on any level, and he can’t stand to look at you. He speaks of the devil and hacking up Asians with a machete. He spits out rhymes as clever and unique as those of any rap artist, and he does so over cool smoky club jazz — brush drums, jazzy guitar noodling, cocktail lounge piano and trumpet.” Black vinyl from 2003. Guys.


Home At Down

(Snap Crackle Punk) Used 7-inch (one-sided) $2.00

Tear-stained indie rock from 1994. Originally released with Speed Kills #6. Orange vinyl


Diga Queso

(Rococo - RCC0039) 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

The same Supernova from Costa Mesa, California who made two records for Amphetamine Reptile during the dark ages. Features “Oreo” and “Best Coat LIVE from Seattle.” Limited to 200 copies on yellow vinyl. Packaged in full-color printed fold-over sleeves hand-signed by the band.


High Time / Trees

(Emerald Cocoon - EC007) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Sparkling acoustic guitar, audible vocals, audible room tone — a Pete Swanson no one has ever heard before — although his signature degradation systems are still in place (both sides end with a blown-out acoustic guitar emulating dirty-needled distortion). Acoustic strings, four walls and a voice dominate dusty interpretations of Dadamah’s “High Time,” and Gate’s “Trees,” both redolent of the darkest, coldest Dunedin winter as imagined from half a world away. Volume five in Emerald Cocoon’s Alone Together series. Edition of 300.



(Psychic Encumbrance) 7-inch (lathe cut) $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

A fragmented suite in anywhere from two to ten parts (depending on how you count) by this Glands of External Secretion spinoff group. Strewn throughout its genetic make up are: not-quite-outsider freedom familiar to anyone on whose face Melon Expander’s Brain-Sucking Peanunanners CD puts a smile; field recordings from locales rural, urban, foreign and domestic; and ahem, "musical" moments where naïve, intuition-based curiosity is satisfied with squeaky duck, Taiko drum, nut shells, recorder, piano, voice, slurping, and guitar. All scrambled in a primitive, musique concrète style. Edition of 25.


I Wanna Be Your Dog b/w Schneller

(Meeuw Muzak - MM035) 7-inch $8.75 (Out-of-stock)

The four members of Titmachine met in prison (each was convicted of crimes she did not commit). Unable to find gainful employment upon their discharge from stoney lonesome, the ex-inmates formed a band, naturally, the ideal vehicle for the unemployable. The lucrative alternative Dutch music scene rewards them handsomely in exchange for the quartet's release of pent-up rage fueled by continuing injustice. Since October 2006, Titmachine's raw and loose sound has remained unhampered by the constraints of talent, and answers questions anyone has yet to ask. Kinda like the Dutch Shaggs meets the female Monks and Flipper with a conscience.


We Build A New City

(Siltbreeze) Used 7-inch $3.00 (Out-of-stock)

“Stripped of its NDW gloss, Titmachine’s primitve, urpy grok of Palais Schaumburg’s ‘Wir Bauen Eine Neue Stadt’ is doused in raw Gueuze more than refined Pilsener. In other words, them yeasts be wild, y’all! The flipside — an original little jawdropper entitled ‘1989’ — is remarkably akin to what The Shaggs might sound like tackling the Urinals’ “Ack Ack Ack.” Pressed on heliocentric black vinyl in a humane edition of less than one million.”


056 Sound & Phenomena – Conceptual Works

(Meeuw Muzak - MM010) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Consistent with documents of electromagnetic induction, this “glitch classic” from 1999 captures one of the more elusive type of field recordings, The Sounds of Microwave Oven Interiors. Tominaga is interested in a symmetrical input-output system, where the electromagnetic wave represents imaginary speakers and ornamental devices that generate life. Acoustic properties are revealed slowly (comparable to the faint electronic noise of broadcast radio), a metaphor for the landscape of modern life. Clear vinyl, stencil-printed sleeve. Edition of 200.


Sold By Volume

(New World Of Sound) Used 10-inch $3.00 (Out-of-stock)

Low-pulse cohesive flow from 1995


Cock Pig / Unoriginal Macho Energy

(Turgid Animal - TA469) 7-inch + cassette $15.00

The third Fecalove and Torturing Nurse collaboration. Pure harsh noise, recorded in China and Italy during 2008 and 2009. C30 features longer cuts of the 7-inch tracks plus the two additional pieces "Super Rock And Roll" and "Total Fuck Off." Limited to 188 copies. Each copy has different hand-drawn labels.


Silver Pillows

(Majora) Used 10-inch $20.00

Less rock and more noise than Skullflower, this 1995 ten-inch by Matthew Bower is a dense, squalling barrage of guitar and cheap organ, building a wall of sound that draws on the guitar psychedelia of ’60s Deadhead jamming and industrial-strength minimalism. Lush feedback ambience beneath the debris of exploding speakers and overworked effects pedals recalls The Dead C and Keiji Haino. Handmade sleeve with rubberstamped text, gold paint, photograph. Hand-numbered edition of of 275. Sealed.


Fear of Suffering

(Sophomore Lounge - SLO40) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

Residing in their own neck of the deep-country indie woods, Louisville's Tropical Trash deliver a smoky shard of rippin’ rawk, undergo a transition or two, then drop out -- the Bluegrass State's rejoinder to the MX-80 / Messthetic sound. Some of these skinny young men also dig glorious ditches in the hermit-kingdom labor camps overseen by Siltbreeze recording artists Sapat. Silkscreened jacket. White vinyl. Edition of 200


Think Back Kick A Beer

(Sophomore Lounge) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

The follow-up to Fear of Suffering (Sophomore Lounge 2012) breaks bread on the breastplate and lets the loins girt around about the truth, substituting hot air balloons for lungs and cajones for brains, magnetizing the crotch-to-ego spinal disc-chordal dipole while stoning the erogenous zones and breathing life and id back into the exhumed corpse of classic rock, a G. Ginn and Sonic speedball kegel-clubbing affront to the American Mall Obese. Features dudes with the diplomatic immunity of Sapat membership and Louisville’s Astro Black ambassadors of telepathic communications.


Have You Got It Yet?

(Dirter) Used 7-inch $3.00

Two tracks recorded live in London, where the Branstetters and the Galloway wanted to capture “the spirit of the thing … mess [it] up, like totally skewing everything, destroying everything and still making it totally listenable.” Originally given away for free with the August 1993 issue of Fear And Loathing magazine.


Electric Servant Of Everyman

(Bulb) Used 7-inch $2.00

Ten tracks of spazolicious electronic noise from 1994. White vinyl


Champagne and Biological Women

(BloodLust! - B!116) 7-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

This Boston band (Shane Broderick, Ted Sweeney, and Joshua Hydeman [now of Portland, OR]) has evolved through the worlds of grindcore, violent power-electronics, and confrontational performance art. This tsunami rushes out of the speakers, a concise and ferocious monster. Mastered by James Plotkin for maximum sonic potency.


Mary Ellen Claims

(XI) Used 7-inch $3.00 (Out-of-stock)

A savage broadside that attacks car culture on one side, and the mass media’s promotion of anti-psychotic drugs as a cure for demonic possession on the flip. The sound is distorted, all cheap old guitars and busted up drums, and the playing is usually teetering on the edge of ineptitude, at times falling off completely. The tunes and lyrics are straight outta overgrown abandoned lots and decrepit playgrounds, and there are plenty of strange little bones on the cracked sidewalks to puncture your bike’s Kevlar tires and brand new tubes. First pressing (edition of 700 copies on black vinyl with red labels and black-and-white glued paper sleeves, 200 of which have black and white artwork taped on to sleeves by hand (this is one of those)


Death Condensed

(Von Archives - VON001) 7-inch $8.00

SALE PRICE. A wall of sound. Inaccessible, deep in sources, taking you down to the mysteries of noise and its origins in metal. A conceptual and extreme musical journey. Edition of 300.



(Chrome Peeler) split 7-inch $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Unearthly Trance reach into the hole of the infinite with their haunting version of Manson’s "People Say I'm No Good" while Wooden Wand programs the young love with a version of "Get On Home." Edition of 200.


Carnal Opponents No Brothers

(Oxen - OXEN006) 7-inch $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

Sublimely merciless junk-scarring workshops in charred iron and static by Charlie Mumma and Danny Costa. Numbered edition of 100.



(Dirty Knobby) Used 7-inch $4.00

Current / fired / goofiest members of Welcome, Double Fudge, The Intelligence, Dipers, Kinski, Tight Bros From Way Back When, and a million other bands follow up their debut CD with five more short, smart-ass songs about Jesse Steinchen’s mouth holes, lousy TV, New York City, bad food, and other sordid subjects. Edition of 500.


Giant Bea

(W.I.N.) Used 7-inch $2.00

Indie rock from 1996. Hand-numbered.



(Siltbreeze - SB110) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Vacuum authored the clay tablets from which all great antipodean bands would glean substance to formulate The NZ Sound. The perfected aural symmetry of Bill Direen, Stephen Cogle, Peter Stapleton, Peter Fryer and Alan Meek fuses classic Nuggets, Roxy, Elevators and Velvets moves as a template for the unique plonk that became germane for all who sailed after. These recordings -- culled from '78 and '79 rehearsal tapes -- are available for the first time ever. "'Kicks" would go on to become an early staple in Direen's Builders discography, but the guitar on this version is particularly and wonderfully unhinged. The beautiful serenity of Cogle's "Shade," masterfully driven by Meek's keyboard, is as crisp out of the gate as the later, more honed version by the Victor Dimisich Band. The real thunderclap of the bunch is "Accident," another take of which can be found on The Builders' Beatin Hearts LP (Flying Nun 1982), where it sounds like the Tia Maria is spiked with peyote, the band psychically disembowels "Heard Her Call My Name" and feeds the guts to Amon Düül. Edition of 300.


Walking Slow

(Siltbreeze - SB155) 7-inch $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

The second installment of archival tracks from this legendary Christchurch outfit whose lifespan may have been short, but its members went on to Bilders, Pin Group, Victor Dimisich Band, Scorched Earth Policy, and Terminals. Four tracks: Walking Slow (Dux de Lux, 1979); Born & Bled (Barbadoes Street "the cemetery", 1979); Remember Breaking Up (Dux de Lux, 1979); Skulls (Oxford Terrace, 1978). Edition of 300.



(Sin T - STS001) 7-inch $10.00

Dilemma's "Technical Irresolution (Kitty Lectro US Remix)" is an unreleased version from 1990s “Wires of Pain” session. Absolute Body Control's "Blue Girl Black Boy" is an unreleased track from 1982. Adolf Filter 's "Numbers in Space " is an unreleased track from 2008. Portion Control's "Can't Take Anymore" is from 1982's “I Staggered Mentally” session. Seven-inch red vinyl with a four-color cover and a plastic protection sleeve. Each band contributes a 4x6-inch photograph.


Engines of Modern Dysfunction Vol. 1

(Phage - PT166) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Cut up noise by Facialmess, John Wiese, Chrysalis + Agit8, K2, A Fail Association, Ahlzagailzehguh and Baculum – the first in Phage’s series of compilations designed for people with short attention spans. Quickly shifting layers, silent cuts, short loops and lots of hard panning. Maximum frequency abuse. Edition of 300.



(Ultra Eczema) Used LP + 7-inch $30.00

One song in all its varietal, slinky glory: A no-waved zoomer by Kim Gordon and Bill Nace’s Body/Head, a German electronics Brainticket sinker by the Austrians Rani Begeria and Nachtbote, a playmobile clapper by Irwin Badman from Finland, a very-close-to-the-original-one by Laundry Room Squelchers, a beautiful spaced-out lady version by Heather Leigh, a solo ’70s stadion racker by Kawaguchi Masami, a unrecognizable jungle bamboo stamper by Ninos Du Brasil, a late ’80s neue welle dancer by the mysterious Smokers, a raw drunken-Elvis version by Belgian visual artist Joris Van de Moortel, a tripper by ex-Boredom Tabata Mitsuru, a smoked-out version by the duo of Scott Foust and Frans de Waard, Japanese no-wave golf by Vastieuramen, an other-level trampoline by Mauro Pawlowski and Jef Cuypers’s Possesed Factory, a four-track folk killer by the last American folk king Joshua Burkett, a vocal pearl by Preggy Peggy, a evil echo by Bridget Hayden, a underwater version by Gerard Herman’s Muddy Wauters, a hit single by the international lady performance troupe LVMM, a sinking version by the Finnish Kuupuu, and a Flemish version by Club Moral’s own DDV. Color insert. Edition of 200.


Hunter's Safety

(Coat-Tail) Used 7-inch $3.50

A “Midwest noise compilation” from 1994 with tracks by Flying Luttenbachers (described by Hypostatic Information as “no-wave spazz out that is awesome front to back”), Geissmaker (“Twin-Cities-style noise rock”), Jackwacker (“fuzzed-out instrumental of barely tuned noise rock”), and White (“classic Jesus-Lizard-sounding noise”).


Like a Frog In Winter

(Hospital - HOS138) LP + 7-inch $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

In 2004 while residing in Providence, Dominic Fernow of Prurient and Hospital began compiling Like A Frog in Winter, in response to his perceptions that noise had become rather hi-fi, technological, and cold -- entertainment rather than entertaining, something clean, something stimulating. Fernow's choices represent a more psychological, minimal, dismal, and rejected feeling, and calls for a return to the fetishistic and erotic attitude of noise -- and a negative one at that. Participating criminals, in order of incarceration: Ffh, A Fail Association, Immaculate:Grotesque, Cleanse, Pedestrian Deposit, Chrysalis, Ahlzagailzehguh, Habeeb, Craniopagus, Alberich, Bereft, Barrikad, Prurient, Sewer Election, Panicsville, Filthy Turd, Omei, The Seven Arts, Age Of Enlightenment, Mark Solotroff, Whorebutcher, Climax Denial, Stegm, Burden.


Never See You Again - Augsburg 1982-85

(Unwucht - UN04) 2x7-inch $20.00

Minimal synth, postpunk, and psychotic beat from the early '80s by three bands featuring Joachim Stender of P.D., Kurzschluss, Permutative Distorsion, Skartrack and l'Aventure Imaginaire. Tracks by Schatten Unter Eis -- from early Casio experiments to Some Bizzare-style synth pop -- reveal rapid development of the band during their short time of existence. The legendary recording of Wahnvorstellung documents the band almost getting thrown off stage by a dumb rock audience. Flow My Tears The Policeman Said is garage rock in a Beauty Contest / Painless Dirties vein, remembered for Stender's mutation into a madman when they performed live. Edition of 110.


Optional Ingredients From A Vile Recipe Volume II

(Trackshun Industries - TR714) 7-inch $10.00

The second of Justice Schanfarber's three-part series was reviewed by CMJ when it was released back in 1995: “A peculiar six-track combination of hideous noise and gently radiant beauty. The noise tracks illustrate nicely the variety of things that the ear hears as noise instead of music, how easy it is to switch to thinking of them as music, and the way the overtones can be heard as notes. And their contrast is pretty effective – especially at the end when Total’s vacuum-cleaner-of-the-pit ‘Austrian Shade’ cuts off and makes way for Paula Frazer’s unironically gorgeous, retro country lament ‘Is She Lonesome Now’.” Also includes Beauty Pear, Brain Ruryk’s frenetic love/hate guitar, Bren’t Lewiis Ensemble’s “Mid-Range Phase/Link 3" Dome” (a different excerpt from the one on Induced Musical Spasticity), and Supreme Dicks. All covers are unique (pages torn from obsolete encyclopedias).


Porcelain Summer

(I Dischi Del Barone) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Celebrating five years without an accident, the label presents twelve previously unreleased tracks — from shimmering lo-fi glory and falling-down-the-stairs pop, to free noise skronk, treble-down maxed-out folky bliss, and electronic bedroom mayhem — by Pumice (NZ), Johnny R. Spykes (US), Brannten Schnüre (Germany), JJulius (Sweden), Vital Idles (UK), Karla Borecky (US), Red Brut (Netherlands), Amateur Hour (Sweden), The Futurians (NZ), Greymouth (NZ/Japan), Jon Collin (Sweden/US), The Ivytree (US). With insert. Edition of 200


Second Sixty Second Compilation

(Coat-Tail) Used 7-inch $3.75

One-minute tracks from 1996 by Band Of Susans, Borbetomagus, Amy Denio, GodHeadSilo, Mr. Velocity Hopkins, Evan Lurie, Ruins, The Scissor Girls, Slam, Xerobot


Speed Kills Bonus Phono Record Issue 7

(Speed Kills) Used 10-inch $3.00

1995 fanzine comp with tracks by A Handful of Dust, Flying Saucer Attack, Back Off Cupids, Portastatic


The Insane Box

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 4xLP + 7-inch $85.00

1980s cassette culture classics, obscurities and unreleased material from Alain Neffe’s I Scream, Bene Gesserit, Subject, Human Flesh and Pseudo Code. Two-track EP includes newly recorded, mixed and produced songs by Bene Gesserit. No T-shirt.


Town & Country #1

(Sedimental) Used 2x7-inch $3.00

Tracks from 1994 by Mud Pie, Amy Denio, Azalia Snail, Crawling With Tarts, The Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet



(No Part Of It) Used 7-inch $50.00

Fifty locked-grooves per side by Pornocane, Himei Koukotsu, Le Scrambled Debutante, Magic Is Kuntmaster, Black Leather Jesus, Crash Worship, Cock ESP. Dave Phillips, Anakrid, Cryptic Weeevil, Samuel Henry, Insect Deli, Robert Inhuman, The Machinist, Protman, Satanicpornocultshop, Dan Layne, Little Fyodor, Hiss, Faith, Fecalove, Splinter vs Stalin, Pereid, A Pink Cloud, Dead Peni, Mister Fuckhead, Sixes, Ophibre, The Electric Set, Wyrm, Pommel, IDX1274, Mutant Ape, Torturing Nurse, The Lonely Procession, Children’s Guide, Sid Redlin, Mr. California, Nurse With Wound, Amphibious Gestures, Indian Jewelry, Helios Creed, Rubber O Cement, Mykel Boyd, Warmth, Panicsville, Ortmann & Wiese, Cables, Sudden Infant, Crank Sturgeon, EaViL, Clayton Counts, Skozey Fetisch, Emulsion, Symbol Of Subversion, Death Factory, Infirmary, To Live And Shave In L.A. Red vinyl. Edition of 333 copies from 2008. In 10-inch jacket with inserts.


Wierd Compilation

(Weird) Used 3xLP + 7-inch $45.00

2006 comp with tracks by Silent Signals, Martial Canterel, Sleep Museum, A Vague Disquiet, Xeno and Oaklander, Flesh Graey Display, Tobias Bernstrup, Staccato du Mal, 2VM, Echo West, Blacklist, Column, Fanuelle, Diako Diakoff, Three To Forgotten, Opus Finis, Epee du Bois.


X-Plural US

(Mystra) Used LP + 7-inch $10.00

Tracks by Noise Nomads, Squidlaunch, Chris Corsano, Laudable Pus, Sunburned Hand of the Man, Shurt Kwitters, Bromp Treb, Chris Cooper, Head of Wantasquit, Bill Nace, Red Favorite, Viking Funeral, Avocet & Kurt Weisman, Aaron Rosenbloom, Matt Krefting, Lil Dusty Gastric Lavage, Jow Jow, Mirror/Dash Whyte Kastles, Slander Puff. Paste-on artwork on jacket front, block print on back. Includes seven-inch on clear vinyl, insert. From 2008



([ no label ]) Used 10-inch $28.00

Stellar recordings of cosmic improv from 1998 recalling early John Cale. Silkscreen folder. Edition of 200



(Gold Soundz - GS#18) 7-inch $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Heady drone-based hypnosis from 2004, recorded live. Self-assured, textural, mind-altering. Edition of 420


Part 4

(Turgid Animal - TA666) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Obsessive crackle wall worship from Richard Ramirez and Sam McKinlay. The texture, apparently a muddied variation of amplified scraping, is chunky and, due to its mid-paced nature, runs with little air between each static pop. Less distorted than the typical high-gain crunch HNW peers.


Drop Out b/w Same Cell Different Paint

(Total Life Society - TLS011) 7-inch $8.00

Tom Watson (Red Krayola) on guitar; Matthew Wascovich (Scarcity Of Tanks) on vocals; Jerry Trebotic (Mike Watt And The Secondmen) on drums; Pete Mazich (Mike Watt And The Secondmen) on organ; John Talley-Jones (The Urinals) on bass; Mark Arm (Mudhoney) on guitar.


Primitives b/w Humanoid Front

(Total Life Society - TLS012) 7-inch $8.00

Tom Watson (Red Krayola) on guitar; Matthew Wascovich (Scarcity Of Tanks) on vocals; Jerry Trebotic (Mike Watt And The Secondmen) on drums; Pete Mazich (Mike Watt And The Secondmen) on organ; John Talley-Jones (The Urinals) on bass; Mark Arm (Mudhoney) on guitar.


Six Songs

(Nuf Sed) Used 10-inch $5.00

“Over an off-kilter hybrid of country, blues and alternative rock, Mary O’Neil sings in a scratchy, deadpan voice about madness brought on by sexual and social confusion.” From 1993. Silkscreened folder


That People Don't Know They Are Monsters

(Quasi Pop - QPOPREC02) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

A straight, two-pieced story about mental monsters, emotionally disoriented people and unstable songwriting. Weird folk, tribal bowing, psychedelic ballads ... or not. It’s always something.


Tunnels And Wheels

(Gold Soundz - GS#13) 7-inch $10.00

Two chunks of tripped-out, abstract psych from 2004 with chanting, horns, scraping and drones combining. Head-melting. Edition of 310


Jerusalem Stone

(Destijl - IND122) 7-inch $8.50 (Out-of-stock)

New Jersey suburbanite Aviram Cohen (Silk Flowers, Soiled Mattress and The Springs, The Bad Form) uses a sequencer to program synths and drum machines, and sings about how boring life can be. An ’80s radio station blasts from a car parked under the subway overpass as the train roars overhead.



(Either/Or - EOR001) 7-inch $9.50

Two sides of total and obliterating nothingness. Play in isolation. Handmade sleeve, two card inserts.


Shocking Early Works, Vol. 1

(Butte County Free Music Society - BUFMS47) 7-inch $10.00

Three raw living room and live recordings from 1985, documenting the first three months of the group’s existence, imbued with decadence and vitriol. Repetitive profanity, spartan adornment, outward-looking disgust and contempt take centerstage on “Swelling Admiration,” a tune with less dance groove than a riderless bike getting hit by a car. Honest, a skipping Suicide album sounds like “Bohemian Rhapsody” in comparison. The oblivion-embracing ode to defeatism “The Only Way Is Down” conveys, with flourishes such as impatient sighs, blasé moans and flickering drum machine, distaste for the ubiquitous, neon-colored optimism of mid-’80s fratboy / sorority girl airheads. Overdriven and sloppy in places, its pulse is insistent yet dire. Flipper’s signature tune “Sex Bomb” is stripped of all its properties, pretty much, thanks in no small part to the hand-held condenser mic recording; most of what remains is the noise of the audience in the room and the only thing potent enough to slice though it — singer Patricia Rowland’s psychotic screaming. Deep-end bonkers. Includes vintage liner notes by Lindy Lettuce.


O Du Froliche

(Meeuw Muzak - MM034) 7-inch $6.75 (Out-of-stock)

One small bit of light during the dark days of Xmas: Meeuw Muzak releases another fine seven-inch. Von Euler-Donnersperg has released some crazy-ass music on his own Walter Ulbricht label and Die Stadt, a mix of texts and electronic music. Here two soft electronic pieces are like snowflakes; almost kitschy and New Age as only super cheesy keyboard with all the wrong presets can achieve.


Operation Of Spirit Communication

(Die Stadt - DS31A) 7-inch $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Two unreleased tracks recorded in 2006 intended as a companion to the LP of the same name. Full-color sleeve, clear vinyl.



(Destijl - IND099) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

In service to Wada's ongoing work with sound perception as a basis for direct modes of listening, he and Marc Sabat produce two sustained tones, a fourth apart, positioned along a wall, one at each end -- a very slow glissando from one pitch to the other while moving accordingly. In other words, the string players' physical locations in space correspond with pitches of the sounds. One of his adapted violas of Harry Partch, who often worked with this type of harmony, was used for the recording of Gradient. The result is a sculpture-like presence shifting through all the blue notes.


Zingt Hendrik Marsman En Karel Van De Woestijne

(Lexie Disques) Used 7-inch $8.00

An elegiac, Spence-ish psychedelic journey into two texts by poets Marsman and van de Woestijne. Floris Van Hoof guests on synths


Chill In My Vein

(Small Town Electron) 7-inch $20.00

Across a background of cheap pop-oriented keyboards, bass and drums, the beguiling Lori Watt has a unique voice, her Kiwi accent incredibly dominant and her enunciation peculiar. Somehow transcending what could add up to cheap melodrama, the whole thing is instead utterly captivating and moving. Edition of 100. Check out the video that first ensorcelled Small Town Electron’s Antony Milton here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzM3okQcTl0


Whip and the Body

(Dais - DAIS02) 7-inch $6.00

Crushing, harsh power electronic by some Brooklyn noise creature with a hideous, malformed head. For fans of early Whitehouse, Grey Wolves, Ramleh.


Heathen Ridings Return

(Legion Blotan) 7-inch $8.75

Two long songs of Yorkshire heathen black metal with a raw and isolated sound. Edition of 250


White Medal

(Legion Blotan - BLOTEP01) 7-inch $7.50

Stripped down black metal from the North of England. “So distorted,” says Aquarius, it’s “difficult to tell if the band [is] plodding along doomily or blasting furiously, just a massive blown out rrrooooaaaaar. The drums pound away beneath an epic metallic riff that churns and throbs, slathered in blistering distortion … [M]ajestic.” Screen-printed Covers. White vinyl.


Variations for Oud & Synthesizer

(No - KFW-OUD) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Retired assassin (code name Hrvatski) splashes DNA from Hamza el Din, Louis & Bebe Barron, and Kenneth Gaburo's "For Harry" all over a Unarian tearoom.



(BloodLust! - B!060) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Ultra-harsh power electronics by a mysterious project. Ninth release in the BloodLust! Private 7-inch series. Plain white sleeve. 300 copies



(Von Archives - VON002) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

A threshold of sound composed from the electrocacoustic improvisations of Yeh and the chirurgical, abrasive noise patches of Wiese. A majestic experiment by two unclassifiable masters of the new improv. Edition of 300.


Mixed Metaphor b/w Into a Bad Way

(Phage - PT110) 7-inch $9.00 (Out-of-stock)

Brutal, fast-moving, cut-up harsh noise, recorded and mixed in 2007, using Wiese and Merzbow material as source.


Tiny Red Tables b/w Big American Hole

(Helicopter - H48) 7-inch $7.50 (Out-of-stock)

Handheld tape recordings of source material and stage clips that Wiese (Sissy Spacek, Bastard Noise) and Yeh (Burning Star Core) used during the Free Noise tour sets -- the first unofficial Free Noise document, in fact. Very low-fi, but sounds great. An astounding twenty-six minutes total, no joke. Edition of 150.


That's What the Obituary Said b/w Ten Suicides

(Chrome Peeler - CPR09) 7-inch $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Anti-social misanthropic spoken word and power electronics by the Eyehategod / Outlaw Order / Arson Anthem vocalist and author of "Cancer as a Social Activity: Affirmations of World's End." With Ryan McKern (The Guilt Of...) on the A-side. The flip was originally a Bloodyminded track with vocal by Mike IX Williams; here it's re-mixed by Mark Solotroff (Intrinsic Action, Bloodyminded). Includes 11" x 17" poster and lyric booklet. Black with yellow splatter vinyl. Edition of 500.


First Transmission Since The Collapse

([ no label ]) Used 7-inch $2.00

Two tracks of old-school industrial atmospherics by bass master Steve Abbate. Clear vinyl


Prepare For War

(Legion Blotan) 7-inch $9.00

Extreme black war metal from Poland. Edition of 250.


Half Past I’ve Got

(VHF) Used 2x7-inch $3.00 (Out-of-stock)

“A semi-coherent half-hour of head-bobbing angularitites, acoustic balladry with what sounds like dishwashing in the background, a Sun City Girls favorite, and hysterical self-indulgence.” Paper bag jacket with block print front and paste-on back. From 1992


Forest Of Blitzkrieg

(Blak Skul) 7-inch (one-sided) $8.50 (Out-of-stock)

No glacier ever made it as far south as Memphis and the temperature is far from Nordic, but Memphis has plenty of death and dungeons, and the crackheads are grim if not frostbitten. Wintercoffin recorded “Forest of Blitzkrieg” at The Armory, as close to a squalid medieval torture pit as you could find in North America (and known to host metal and punk shows, late-night screenings of The History Channel’s Nazi Super Weapons, home recordings, SWAT raids, and a tall male ghost dressed in black with a white face). It also happens to be the base of operations of thrash band Evil Army and located around the corner from the former residence of Jimmy Blitzkrieg, who was later known as Jay Reatard. While Evil Army was primarily an outlet for Bay Area-influenced thrash aggression, Rob Evil and Blitzkrieg spawned Wintercoffin out of a love for ’90s black metal, choosing a classic Darkthrone-meets-Burzum-at-the-Battle-of-Ardennes sound. The mid-to-late-’90s blackened thrash of Dødheimsgard and Aura Noir also deserves mentioning. This is their sole finished recording. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/IbXi2UAt574


Frigid Soil

(Aagoo) 7-inch (one-sided) $7.00

Brutal and epic noise-infused black metal sludge from Evan Pacewiz (Moth Drakula, Roman Torment) and Jay Howard (Circuit Wound). Red vinyl with silkscreened B-side. Edition of 300.



(Crawlspace) Used 3x8-inch (lathe cut) $50.00 (Out-of-stock)

Muffled lullabies, creepy atmospheres, low-fi skree, tape manipulation, found sounds by this prolific New Zealand recluse. Handmade LP-sized sleeve constructed from duct tape, collage, spraypaint. Sealed.


Tour Of Australia and New Zealand March 2010

(Sick Thirst) Used 7-inch $10.00

“What Is It” backed with a cover of Snapper’s “Buddy.”


In the Blink of an Eye b/w Condo Stress

(Destijl - IND087) 7-inch $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

In addition to Songs 2002 (What The... Records 2009), the only Yeh effort that is electronics music, furniture music, modernistic music, and music with experimental new vision.


C. Spencer Yeh / Ryan Jewell / Jon Lorenz Trio

(Krayon Recordings - KR012) 7-inch $8.25

Bent frown jazz construction from violin scrunch and squeal, hard tom rub and dense harmonic blowing. Side B fragments into bowed skin, seesaw string microtone and rasped mouthpiece.


Oh Woman / Flame Creation

(Emerald Cocoon - EC005) 7-inch $7.25 (Out-of-stock)

Gone are the horizontal string-sprawl epics of past, replaced by a new density and compositional focus. Dictaphone guitar-swirl and declamatory vocal preaching atop loping nod-out rhythm samples, you could almost say Helga Fassonaki (of Metal Rouge) has gone pop. But then there’s B-side: a sheet of live industrial slamming recorded at the Echo Curio in Los Angeles that sounds like a realtime channeling of Kali. Confusing, enticing, nuanced and brutal. Volume three in Emerald Cocoon’s Alone Together series. Edition of 300.


The Man Can't Bust Our Music

(Ectoplasm - ROV004) 7-inch $12.00

It'd be sheer folly not to defer to Mark Prindle on this: "Named after a godawful CBS Records ad line from the late '60s, the second ZCR release is a teeny little 7-inch with ten studio songs crammed onto it. It's very diverse and never gets boring. The ZCR originals include: a gentle tribute to Che Guevara; a throbbing hard rocker about kicking in the heads of audience members; a haunting piano instrumental by a man who can't play the piano; a needlessly offensive British nursery rhyme; a free-noise snippet; a country-western advertisement for a hotel frequented by the Zip Code Rapists. The cover tunes include: Pablo Cruise's 'Good Ship Pablo Cruise' (or rather, one line of 'Good Ship Pablo Cruise' sung over and over and over); John Lennon's '#9 Dream' as sung by the 'Hijinks' computer from Gregg Turkington's Great Phone Calls LP; Stephen Foster's 'Old Folks At Home' sung through a toy megaphone; a hideous dirtball rendition of The Monkees' 'Listen To The Band'."