These Graves

(Tone Filth) LP $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Edition of 333 with hand screened and inked textured cardstock covers. “Noise as it’s supposed to be,” says Dutch porn mag Vital Weekly, “menacing, not by the harshness of its sound, but by the content of what its sound has to offer.”



(Tone Filth - TF20) Used LP $13.00

First vinyl appearance by Lord Draheim, who contaminates the A-side with sick tones, nauseating hiss and whine, the rumble and wet sadism of clogged sinuses, leading to a climax in an orgy of rotten magnetic tape. Mongrel howls, junkyard threats, and the slowest of rhythmic thump make up the unhealthy flip of this record. Edition of 320 with hand screened textured card stock covers.


Two Tapes

(Tone Filth - TF45) LP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Blown-out, desolate guitar and saturated tape by Tom Helgerson and Justin Meyers (Devillock).



(Tone Filth - TF40) 2xLP $30.00

For over a decade Damion Romero’s minimal sub-frequencies have been consistently intense and focused. The pure sound of Twins was recorded live with no overdubbing, effects, tapes, or feedback, and utilizes varying textures and layers of sound. Edition of 500 copies in professionally printed INA/GRM Serie Gramme-style gatefold sleeves.


Living Order / Mourning Order

(Tone Filth - TF51) LP $17.15 (Out-of-stock)

(Tone Filth - TF51) Used LP $11.00 (Out-of-stock)

Lexington, KY-based sound artist Robert Beatty’s solo work is yet another confounding bullet on an already incomprehensible résumé (which includes work with Hair Police, Eyes & Arms of Smoke, Burning Star Core, and Ulysses). 3LR’s constantly evolving aesthetic, realized via an elaborate network of primitive electronics and salvaged arcana, explores repetition and deterioration of simple musical themes, discovering myriad rhythmic and harmonic possibilities with each tier of abstraction. Sit down and shut up for the overdue incorporation of the proto-techno of Herbie Hancock’s Sextant, the progressive synth psychosis of Franco Battiato and Heldon, the microtonal experimentation of C-Schulz and Lithops, the minimalist drone of Kosugi’s Catch Wave, and the contemporary DIY electronics of Kites, Pax Titania, and Aaron Dilloway.


Solo Violin 1-10

(Tone Filth - TF46) LP $16.50 (Out-of-stock)

Minimal and tense recordings from 2004 by the man behind Burning Star Core. Made up of ten unprocessed live-to-tape violin experiments edited from original sources previously issued as limited edition CDRs on Yeh’s Drone Disco imprint, the sounds on this record range from tense scrapes to minimal textural drones. Silkscreened jacket. Edition of 400.