Osaka Fortune

(Premier Sang - 007) LP $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Osaka Fortune is the first studio record by the quartet of two drummers and two noisicians (one each from Norway and Japan). Hiroshige and Marhaug bring the screech, the former via three-and-half decades as guitarist and leader of infamous Hijokaidan, the latter having established himself as one of the most prolific and travel-ready Scandinavians of the past twenty years. Nilssen-Love has pounded for The Thing and Atomic, and collaborated with Peter Brötzmann, Mats Gustafsson and Ken Vandermark, while Pika has cracked it for Afrirampo and Acid Mother's Temple. Finally, a chain with no weak links. 350-gram vinyl. Edition of 400


Cut-Ups, Drones And Other Weird

(Premier Sang - PS002) 2xLP $35.00 (Out-of-stock)

Recorded in 1993, previously released on CDR (Mother Savage 2007), edited in 2009 for this vinyl version. Transparent green vinyl. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST 0F 2010


I Remember How Free We Were

(Premier Sang - PS005) LP $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

“Dead jazz” by Yves Botz (Dustbreeders) on guitar and voice, and Christophe Sorro on drums. With chaotic and always changing participation of Jac Berrocal (Catalogue), Junko (Hijokaidan), Masayosh Urabe, Thierry Delles (Dustbreeders), and Cathy Heyden. Recorded live in a basement and a bunker on a video camera. Perfectly raw and dirty sound.



(Premier Sang - PS004) LP $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Twenty-five minutes of joyful fracas and live euphoric free-noise by the animal Hair Stylistics / Violent Onsen Geisha leader and the French trio founded in the early ’90s who collide the savage energy of no wave, tape collage, primitive noise, and a primal free rock approach. Recorded live at Showboat, Tokyo, January 18, 2010.


Exécution des Hautes Oeuvres

(Premier Sang) CD $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

Sixty-eight tracks in twenty-two minutes — a plausible incarnation of some sort of harsh folk, like a French rogue and degenerate cousin of Bill Orcutt, or a Loren Mazzacane Connors on Temesta. The new project from Romain Perrot, aka Vomir, obsessive head-bagged Harsh Noise Wall icon. Edition of 500.


Surrounded By Gold And Dead

(Premier Sang - PS009) LP $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Eleven slashes of musique concrète, process theory, modal jazz, drone, punk aesthetics and a free approach to music. Amazing sounds never before imagined. Emotion trapping holes of sound. A fine line between composition and improvisation. Randomness gathers and swirls into patterns of recognition. The division of shadows. Edition of 258. Check it out here:



(Premier Sang - 008) LP $14.50 (Out-of-stock)

Just as the sound of the city invades every synapse of your brain, the fifth album by Sister Iodine scrapes around the inside of your skull. Gasoline goo oozes from your broken ribs, and Lionel Fernandez, Erik Minkkinen and Nicolas Mazet are there sucking on the bitter black blood drips. The pestilent vacuum of your lungs, the dirty little nostril hair, and the burnt larynx — all are penetrated by the rusty screams of this French no-wave / experimental band. As you walk on the white asphalt of the underpath, the ceramic tiles crackle and break, and the oscillator echoes your last foot steps. Your hands melt the snow as it falls, and Sister Iodine gnaws at every fiber of your cement carcass. Protoplasmic blast and insect bite, Blame is on you. 350-gram vinyl. Edition of 400. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2013