Dust Pincher Appliances

(Something Weird - SOME06) 10-inch $25.00 (Out-of-stock)

(Crouton - SOME06) Used CD $6.00 (Out-of-stock)

The original 10-inch edition from the late 1990s, subsequently reworked and bonus-tracked for Crouton’s CD reissue. Here’s Igloo’s sober assessment: “This is a pixilated haiku. Dense and academic are the first words that pop to mind -- however, don't let that fool you. This could be a pseudo study on the linkage between literal and anatomical encryption. A deep constructive sound work that celebrates the open spaces between sound -- the emptiness and residual tonalities as well as its play on both acoustic and digital sources. This has its own context, and as such has somewhat of an overall industrial feel, not at all caught up in its experimentation -- they have a sense of humor with understanding and a peculiar edge…. Clashing organics, bees, mysterious corners, wind, human waste, birds of paradise and a whole lot more. The mind/body politic are explored frankly and without gauze and Vaseline…. This is your atypical symphony at the periphery of the universe -- a stunning dark portrait of ghostly-like beings illustrated by its very weird cover art.”


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.”