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Mugstar - Lime
LP | 2011 | US | Reissue (Agitated)
18,99 €*
Release:2011 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Long overdue vinyl reissue of the last album from Mugstar. Mugstar are an instrumental rock band from Liverpool, England influenced by krautrock, 'saucerful...' era Pink Floyd, Neu!, Sonic Youth and Oneida. They have released a number of 7" records including a recent split with Mudhoney and were one of the last bands to have recorded a 'Peel Session' for John Peel. Mugstar maintain a power and heaviness and extending their musical manoeuvres and textures into new territories, the mantra-like effect driven with restraint, atmospheric shifts and verges on enlightenment and dark uneasiness. Mugstar are a total sonic assault on the senses, live shows are filled with black and white images flashed over the stages they play. Mugstar are to release a soundtrack album to the film 'Ad Marginem' and have a number of other releases confirmed through the label mid-late 2011. Cut and pressed in Germany onto high quality Audiophile 150-gram vinyl in an edition of 1,000 copies.
Kelley Stoltz (etc) - Ah! Yellow Vinyl Edition
Kelley Stoltz (etc)
Ah! Yellow Vinyl Edition
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Agitated)
22,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 18.12.2020
First Pressing Of 400 Units Comes As Yellow Vinyl!"I Was Guzzling Wine At My Favorite Bar In San Francisco, The Rite Spot, And The Entertainment That Night Was Some Local Opera Singers Singing Along With A Big Video Screen Showing A Collage Of Various Operatic Moments With Subtitles. One Particular Subtitle, 'Ah!-(Etc)' Made Me Laugh, I Thought It Was A Perfect Description Of Life - The Joy Of Existence Against The Etcetera Of It All, The Struggle. With A Heavy Head Of Rose' It Seemed Like Ecstatic Poetry! I Scribbled It On A Napkin And Thought It Might Make A Good Title For Something" And So The Mystery Behind The Title Of Kelley Stoltz New Record Is Solved. Less Of A Mystery Is The Quality Contained Therein_ After 12 Self-Titled Releases And A Several More Under Pseudonyms, Stoltz Is The Word For "One-Man-Band-Home-Recording-Pop-Songs Of Idiosyncratic Character." A Quick Follow Up To His More Power Pop And Pub Rock Lp Only "Hard Feelings" Offering In The Summer, "Ah-(Etc)" Finds Stoltz Returning To His Sweet Spot, Writing Songs That Never Were, But Should Have Been In The 60's And 80's. As With Other Lps Stoltz Makes Virtually Every Noise On The Album Which Was Written And Recorded In 2019 At His Electric Duck Studio In. San Francisco. A Few Friends Popped In To Play Along_ Stoltz Former Bandmate, Echo & The Bunnymen's Will Sergeant Adds Electric Guitar To "The Quiet Ones" A Sort Of Scott Walker Lyrical Take On Strangers And Neighbors. Karina Denike Formerly Of Dance Hall Crashers Adds Gorgeous Vocals On The Bossanova Groover "Moon Shy", Where Sergeant Pops Up Again In A Spoken Word Role On The Outro. Allyson Baker Of Sf's Dirty Ghosts Sings On "She Like Noise", A Song Stoltz Wrote For Her In Celebration Of Her Love Of Seeing Live Bands. The Album Was Mastered By Mikey Young In Australia.
Carlton Melton - Where This Leads
Straight Arrows - Turn Me Off / Dead And Bored (It Happens Again)
Straight Arrows - Another Day In The City Record Store Day 2019 Edition
Straight Arrows - 21st Century / Cyberbully
Carlton Melton - Mind Minerals
Carlton Melton
Mind Minerals
2LP+CD | 2018 | US | Original (Agitated)
27,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
This is the new Carlton Melton album, the first full length release since 2015’s widely-lauded Out To Sea, itself a languid drifting of drones and psychedically-enhanced riffmongering. Admittedly, there has been some long EP releases since: Hidden Lights in 2017 (featuring the immeasurable drone-sike-float on “Rememory”) and Aground in 2016 (a companion, the Desert Island weather beaten psych-flow follow up to Out To Sea). Now its time to soak up Mind Minerals.

This album finds the band in fine fettle: all the songs were recorded and engineered at El Studio in San Francisco by Phil Manley over two days (except “Untimely”), with the studio suiting them—a logical progression from previous weekend recordings out at the Dome. Under Manly’s watchful ear / eye, the band have created a futurescape soundtrack, a 3001 Space Odyssey. The drums are more pounding and direct than ever, the constantly re-assuring bass creates a helping hand of propulsion through the clouds of static and shards of electrifying guitar dazzling the horizon. Synths help soothe the sharp edges and lull one into an out of body experience, while the orchestrated calamitous scree brings one back. This is a breathless, yet deep breathing album.

The core trio of Andy Duvall (drums/guitar), Clint Golden (bass guitar), and Rich Millman ( guitar/synth) have some alchemical bond that’s helped them create a post –rock / psychedelic / freeform organic slab of American Primitivism / space drift, unashamed head-music from the melting pot of Northern California. Five decades ago this album would have been released on the ESP Disk Label or even Apple. Carlton Melton provides the aural microdose to reset your mind and psyche!
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