(Twisted Village) Used LP $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

The debut album from 2006 by Boston noise hijacker Mary Staubitz showcases her consummate talents in manipulating amplifier feedback and guitar pedals. Hot knobs blaze and speakers speak rapture. Individually colored photocopy paste-on jacket.


No Excess Is Absurd

(Twisted Village) Used CD $20.00

The first of three albums between 1994 and 1996 by Galaxie 500’s rhythm section (Naomi Yang and Damon Krukowski) and Crystallized Movements' guitar wunderkinds Wayne Rogers and Kate Biggar. Loose, cavorting, massive, vibrant psychedelic rock. Letter-pressed silver box with book. Edition of 1000.


This Is Nmperign's Second CD

(Twisted Village - TW1049) Used CD $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

On this compelling investigation of sound in space and time from 1999, Bhob Rainey and Greg Kelley make audible every particle of sound they produce. Every ounce of spit and cubic inch of air that is pushed through the sax and trumpet comes through the speakers in stunning colors and textures. Sharp, crystalline fractures of sound, with fragments of disembodied melody meted out in small quantities. Guest include Jason Lescallett on tape loops, Tatsuya Nakatani on percussion, and Phil Gelb on shakuhachi.


The Seven Arms of The Sun

(Twisted Village - TW1030) Used LP $25.00

Dark psychedelic intensity from 1994, between the Crystalized Movements slow dissolve and the quick ascent of Magic Hour. Chaotic and noisy feedback psych crossed with quieter, more contemplative zoning. All eleven tracks were reissued on the Absent Sounds CD (Twisted Village 1995)


Rough Music

(Twisted Village) Used LP $7.00

Bob Bannister’s flowing, prog-psych guitar skirts through the power-drone jamming frameworks (with found-tape spoken interjections) by this instrumental trio, to very lovely effect. From 1993