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Mike Rep & The Quotas - Stupor Hiatus
Mount Carmel - Mount Carmel
TR - Manifesto Rumoratorio
Writhing Squares - In The Void Above
Small World Experience - Shelf-Life
Rosali - Out Of Love
Letha Rodman-Melchior - Shimmering Ghost
Letha Rodman-Melchior
Shimmering Ghost
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Siltbreeze)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
2nd album from former member of Ruby Falls who has also released work under the Tretetam moniker. Traversing landscapes of affective registers w/ the organizational ability of Christine Sun Kim & the diversity & intimacy of Throbbing Gristle.
Spies - The Battle Of Bosworth
Spies
The Battle Of Bosworth
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Siltbreeze)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The Spies bear the unique distinction of one of New Zealand’s true missing pieces in the Underground puzzle. With no audio documentation ever seeing the light of day in their time (1978-79, Wellington), the band really did exist in a you-had-to-be-there bubble. Historically (as in, now) known as hatching both George Henderson (later of The Puddle) and Christopher Plummer (who also thumped heads in Shoes This High), The Spies possessed a lithe but keen awareness of both the Canterbury and DIY movements that were taking place back in Old Blighty. The Battle of Bosworth Terrance imagines a bridge connecting Kevin Ayers and The Desperate Bicycles—a much-needed safe passage over a mysterious chasm you never knew was there. The fact that these recordings exist at all is nothing short of miraculous serendipity; the story is beautifully retold by Mr. Henderson in the liner notes. If you’re thinking forgery, theft, drugs and distinctive footwear (Alpaca boots perhaps?), congrats, the sniffer is working just fine. Besides the heretofore unknown music, also included are photographs, lyrics and text. It’s only taken 30+ years, but the larcenous abandon that was The Spies is finally willing and able to be heard, read about and seen for the first time. Pressed in a one-time edition of 500 copies, The Battle of Bosworth Terrace includes a digital download card.
Victor Dimisich Band, The - The Victor Dimisich Band
Scorched Earth Policy - Going Thru A Hole In The Back Of Your Head
Constant Mongrel - Heavy Breathing
Max Block, The - Air Ache In The Belly Of The Leech
Max Block, The
Air Ache In The Belly Of The Leech
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Siltbreeze)
15,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For the majority of newbie Flying Nun collectors, THE MAX BLOCK's eponymous (and only) 12-inch release is more myth than fact. Few seemed to have been pressed, and even fewer were available in the brief window of time (mid-'80s) when it was "around." Unknown until very recently was that a second EP had been recorded and slated for release by Flying Nun but never realized. Air Ache in the Belly of the Leech is a compendium of both, and thus the complete recorded works of The Max Block. You're welcome. Some background: The Max Block is where MARYROSE (nee WILKINSON) and BRIAN CROOK-now the power couple behind THE RENDERERS-joined forces for the first time. Maryrose was coming out of ABOVE GROUND, and Brian out of SCORCHED EARTH POLICY. With the enlisted talents of REBECCA SHANAHAN and ROBBIE STOWELL, The Max Block pushed different boundaries than other active Christchurch bands at the time; they came out slinging a brain-splattering goo of art-spaced, Pere-Ubu-seared cerebellum, and frenetic, Mars-fried medula oblongata. Such tantalizing aromas! Pardon me, garcon, but make mine deux. Bottom line, Siltbreeze is proud to make available this remarkable and awesome collection, much of it seeing the light of day for the first time ever. Limited edition of 500 copies; includes digital download coupon.
Dan Melchior - Assemblage Blues
Alastair Galbraith - Mass
Sic Alps - U.S. Ez
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