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X.Y.R. - Labyrinth
Swanox - Jokes About Rain
Filthy Huns - Forever Beast
Video Salon - Video Salon
Robedoor - New Age Sewage
Ssaliva - Mercury Coast
Ssaliva
Mercury Coast
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Belgian shapeshifter Francois Boulanger has traversed several spheres of liquid electronics and mutated beat music across his half-decade of activity as Ssaliva, but in the winter of 2010 he holed up in an old historic house in the town where he grew up, Chaudfontaine, with a partially broken Tascam 4-track to pursue a different muse, on a different wavelength. The 22 grainy guitar instrumentals comprising Mercury Coast slide through a fractured prism of moods, reveries, daydreams, and deliriums, from paranoid surf to opiate lullaby to smeared haze and beyond. There’s a naked, intuitive feel to the songs, like sketches born from smoke and sleeplessness, tracked at strange hours. The frayed fidelity further enhances the album’s aura of cloaked emotion, altered states, and raw truth. Shortly after the sessions Boulanger and two Brussels associates, Dynoo and Nosedrip, launched a label (Surf Kill) to release the recordings but for unremembered reasons nothing materialized. NNF is honored to finally share this overlooked outlier to a wider world.
White Poppy - Natural Phenomena
Purple Pilgrims - Eternal Delight
Night Court - Law & Order
Night Court
Law & Order
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
10,44 €* 18,99 € -45%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The origins of these enigmatic VHS-scrambled prog-techno explorations are true and tripped. Italics ours – this is rare ore. A freaked fusion vision, flowing cold city collectivist synths interlaid with executioner guitar, ambulance/TV samples, alley haze, and flashing sirens sax. Insane music for insane times. Its meanings are manifold: political (“a sweeping overview of the nothing-specific nature of humanity via the American legal system), metaphoric (“tongue-in-cheek turns to fist-in-air, and we realize that life imitates fiction less than fiction imitates life”), realistic (“at the time of recording none of us had ever seen an entire episode Law & Order).
White Poppy - Natural Phenomena
White Poppy
Natural Phenomena
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Crystal Dorval from Vancouver, Canada has been making healing, distorted rug-gaze music from a coastal mindset all her own since 2011. Natural Phenomena is her second album, and it echoes 2013’s previous self-titled effort in its isolationist origins, as the record emerged slowly across a 9-month retreat alone on a farm on Vancouver Island.
Ill Winds - Ill Winds
Ill Winds
Ill Winds
Tape | 2014 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
4,49 €* 9,99 € -55%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Lean times trio Ill Winds play a starved, sunken, and stained vein of bleached grey rock, as much post-life as post-punk. Formed in Berlin in 2011 by Australian ex-pats Jack Dibben (guitars, voice) and JFW (bass), they soon added scrying Dutchman Marijn Degenaar (synth), infusing their chemistry with a damp, psychotropic paranoia. When decision was finally made last year to track a full-length, the Winds set up camp at a historic squat-turned-project-housing space in Berlin and enlisted old ally Olle Holmberg (aka Moon Wheel) to produce. It proved to be a wise move—the resultant recordings are impressively drained and otherworldly, almost like an early Martin Hannett production: airless, alien, that distinct lilt of echo to the drums. Dibben’s strange speak-singing exudes more of a seer’s dread in these mixes, fenced in by blank-mind basslines, stark guitar scrape and squall, and austerely hypnotic synthesizer designs. Eight beggars’ skeletons of looming psychic malaise, cold-blood concrete-wave, and detached realities. Mope springs eternal.
Swanox - Duskrunner
Swanox
Duskrunner
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
17,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A sequel of sorts to his 2010 cassette, Dawnrunner, Anthony Orion’s debut vinyl long-player is a vagrant classic of stringy-haired new age loner Americana, above and beyond anything in the Swanox public domain. Mixing personal Casio squatter meditations with crystal jukebox guitar and hitchhiker whistling over echo-smeared SK1 metronomes, Duskrunner feels hungover, spaced out, worn down, and at peace – sometimes all at once.
Daughters Of The Sun - Ride To Die
Daughters Of The Sun
Ride To Die
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
15,19 €* 18,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Minneapolis torn-leather psychedelicists Daughters Of The Sun cop a tripped deathless vibe on their fourth, and most far-gone, full-length, Ride To Die. Severed by distance (singer/guitarist Nick Koenigs transplanted to LA), and pulled omni-directionally by other projects (Koenigs as Filthy Huns; percussionist Bennett Johnson and multi-instrumentalist Collin Gorman Weiland in Dreamweapon), the trio transmute these tolls into seven of their best badlands kosmosis interstate benders yet taped. The disintegrated chemistry of dirt-road hunts like “Desert Grave” or “Sater’s Ghost” sounds ingrained but reborn, bruised engines re-revving to life. Highway synth rhythms flutter between motorcycle riffs and pummeling war drums, evoking landscapes harboring psychic venom, a spirit bleaching the grease-stained sand. Moments of survivor wisdom burn too – the burned lope of “Lonely At The Top,” the rainstorm techno pulsing under “Fly By,” the 4:20 fatal vision intro to “Reigns Of Iron.” As songs and textures the LP pushes past their previous recordings into some unknown wrecked horsepower zone. Debut European tour this October currently being booked; drop a line if interested in helping or participating in any fashion. Recorded in Minneapolis, MN; mastered by Sonic Boom at New Atlantis. Artwork by Collin Gorman Weiland. Edition of 400.
Bronze - World Arena
Bronze
World Arena
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
10,44 €* 18,99 € -45%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The West Coast's weirdest hidden-treasure trio, BRONZE, has plied their molten composite of serpentine metro-gnomic drumming, oscillator raga, hash-oil free verse, and pendulum bass patterns for seven shaded years, but sonic documentation remains sparse. The new decade, thankfully, has seen them reversing this deficit, first with 2011's Copper LP, and now with World Arena, which unfolds another octagon's worth of their signature spellbound, smoke-ringed, psych-fusion explorations. Tracked at their Trojan Cavern studio / bunker in San Francisco and mastered in Amsterdam by RUUD LEKX, the record freewheels from tranced, polyrhythmic sequencer meditations ("Played," "Quality") to burnt chrome post-punk electronic experiments ("Almost") to jazzy, decadent mystery rituals ("Dulcinea," "Golden Handcuffs"). The way they weld home-wired circuitry modulation with lofty poetics and intuitive, live-band dynamics feels finessed and fully-formed--and unusually liberated in today's world-gone-solo landscape. Live, they're even more baffling, seesawing from fluid, fog-machine narratives to mesmerizing electro-modal jams, owning all zones. Future intercontinental tours should further bolster their standing in metallic arts communities. The Bronze Age is dawning. Limited to 450 copies in jackets with cut-metal photo-collage artwork by the band, plus an insert.
Russian Tsarlag - Midnight At Mary’s House
Profligate - Videotape
LA Vampires with Maria Minerva - Integration LP
LA Vampires with Maria Minerva
Integration LP
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
18,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Collaborations reap the raddest rewards when the participants tease out the weirder and wilder geographies of their vibe-map Venn diagram, and for this reason (among others) The Integration LP is a deep achievement of mood-swing motion and freaky feminine mystique. The meshing of MARIA MINERVA's alienated pop constructs with LA VAMPIRES' degraded Byronic house births a cool niche catalog of unclassifiable style prototypes, from new wave apocalypto to teutonic club dubs to Harajuku romance anthems, all unified by their tag-teamed sisters-with-voices symbiosis. The album's nine songs (ten on the CD) were founded on skrewed LA Vampires beats and tape samples, shaped by Minerva's psycho-echo vocal melodies, further articulated by multi-instrumentalist NICK CROZIER-MALKIN's synth leads and additional drum programming, before being filtered back through Los Angeles's recordist extraordinaire BRIAN FOOTE's masterboard for micro-edits and fine-tuning. The finished collection is a crooked, captivating composite of bleached-out Day-glo party music, Percy Bysshe Shelley poetics, reverbed keyboard drama, extraterrestrial romance metaphors, seasonal meditation, and weird world studio wizardry.
Holy Balm - It's You
Holy Balm
It's You
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Not Not Fun)
21,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Last year’s LA Vampires club-cruise across Australiaunearthed a multitude of uplifting experiences (Cairnshippie aerialists, Newcastle hardcore, Melbourneacid sangria, etc.), but chief among them was the liveactualization of Sydney post-power-trio Holy Balm, whoslyly gene-splice strands of mutant new wave, freeformhouse, digital trashcan tribalism and minimalist popinto something playful, primitive and splatterpaint-partyperfect.After a few micro-edition split tapes and a single 7-inch,the band enlisted the help of Jon Hunter at Magnetic RecordingCouncil Studios to record and mix their debut fulllength,resulting in the whacked-out hyper-color majestyof It’s You. Comprised of live classics (“Take It,” “HolyBalm Theme,” “Town Called Hope”) as well as somewild, extended studio experiments (“Phone Song,” “One& Only”), plus a Y Pants cover, the album captures HolyBalm’s wobbly electronic freak-funk and paradise garagegrooves gloriously. September finds them embarking ontheir first ever US tour / voyage so now’s the time to ’Balmup.
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Robedoor - Too Down To Die
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