Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Amiri Baraka-It's Nation Time (1972)

All In The Street
Come See About Me
Peace In Place
Bad News
Wha's Gonna Happen
Kutoa Umola
Come Back Pharoah
Who Will Survive
How Africans
The Spirit Of Creation
It's Nation Time
Pull The Covers Off
Pamoja Tutashinde

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Jihad - Black and Beautiful / Soul and Madness (1968)

Beautiful Black Woman
Miss Natural Soul
Form is Emptiness
Mishap (So Much Soul)
Nineteen Sixty-Something
Sacred Chant

Bobby Lyle
Russell Lyle
Aireen Eternal
Gilbert Monk
Yusef Iman
Freddie Johnson
Leonard Cathcart
LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka)

Link c/o NOTHING IS V2.0 where you will find the other 2 Jihad releases.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

New York Art Quartet ‎(1964)

Sweet - Black Dada Nihilismus
No. 6
Roswell Rudd - trombone
John Tchicai - alto saxophone
Milford Graves - drums
Lewis Worrell - bass
Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) - recitation

DIG the UPENN Amiri Baraka collection

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Black Artists Group in Paris

Aries 1973

Echos (Bowie, Lake, Shaw, Le Flore, Carroll)
Something To Play On (Shaw)
Re-Cre-A-Tion (Lake)
OLCSJBFLBC (Bowie, Lake, Shaw, Le Flore, Carroll)

The Black Artists Group was an unit not unlike that of The Art Ensemble of Chicago. Except they only recorded this one document and it only came out in France on a label named after the group. This is squeaky, spindly stuff and very OPEN and a good indication of what was happening in the early 70's with members Oliver Lake (later of the infamous World Saxophone Quartet) and Joseph Bowie (Art Ensemble's Lester Bowie's bro, later to start Defunkt).

-Thurston Moore via Grand Royale magazine

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

NME/Rough Trade C81 Cassette

The Sweetest Girl–Scritti Politti 
Twist and Crawl Dub–The Beat 
Misery Goats– Pere Ubu 
7,000 Names of Wah!–Wah! Heat 
Blue Boy–Orange Juice
Raising the Count– Cabaret Voltaire 
Kebab Traume (Live) – D.A.F 
Bare Pork– Furious Pig 
Raquel–The Specials 
I Look Alone–Buzzcocks 
Fanfare in the Garden–Essential Logic 
Born Again Cretin– Robert Wyatt 
Shouting Out Loud–The Raincoats 
Endless Soul–Josef K 
Low Profile– Blue Orchids 
Red Nettle– Virgin Prunes 
We Could Send Letters– Aztec Camera
Milkmaid– Red Crayola 
Don't Get in My Way– Linx 
The Day My Pad Went Mad – The Massed Carnaby St John Cooper Clarkes 
Jazz Is the Teacher, Funk Is the Preacher– James Blood Ulmer 
Close to Home– Ian Dury 
Greener Grass–Gist 
Parallel Lines–Subway Sect 
81 Minutes– John Cooper Clarke 

Here's the story

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

V/A The Birth of Tragedy Magazine's Fear Power God, Workers Playtime Rec, Lp, 1989

Fear,Power, God
Lydia Lunch - The Human Animal
Matt Heckert -Untitled
Lawrence Ferlinghetti - The Lord's Prayer
Charles Manson - Prison Tape
MR.V.O. Real - Balls in the Great Meat Grinder
Jello Biafra - Alien Orders / Space Shuttle
Allen Ginsberg - A Song / Dream About William Carlos Williams
Anton La Vey - Book IV
Henry Rollins - L.A.
Whipping Boy - The 3rd Secret

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Various – Chicago '82: A Dip in the Lake

"So that each person is in charge of himself"
Peter Gordon with David van Tieghem, Jill Kroesen, Robert Ashley
Jill Kroesen
Harold Budd
Jon Gibson
Meredith Monk
Nicky Paraiso, Steve Lockwood, Andrea Goodman, Paul Langland, Robert Een
Charlemagne Palestine
Michael Byron
David van Tieghem
Glenn Branca with Stefan Wischert,Barbara Ess, Craig Bromberg, David Linton, David Rosenbloom, Jeffrey Glenn, Lee Ranaldo, Ned Sublette, Thurston Moore
John Cage / Wim Mertens
Ned Sublette 

A Dip in the Lake—Ten Quick Steps, Sixty-one Waltzes and Fifty-six Marches for Chicago and Vicinity (1978) initially came about as a request from Chicago Magazine and composer Raymond Wilding-White, in 1976. The graphic score (a map of Chicago with superimposed coordinates) now resides in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art. The actual street intersections are published by Henmar Press.

We decided to house this area premiere in the SS Clipper. Therefore, the environmental sounds from the specified intersections were recorded on magnetic tape. To manage the playback of these sounds, John suggested that I follow the instructions to Rozart Mix (a tape collage written for Alvin Lucier and the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, 1965). The directions indicate that we make tape loops after cutting the recorded tapes into numerous pieces of varying lengths (from tiny fragments up to five inches). Then:
Splicing together ignorantly sometimes not , or, but , etc. Make only a few shortest viable lengths, make some very long—and all lengths in between, perhaps determining lengths by chance. There should be at least as many loops as there are keys on a piano. *

I used the I Ching to determine the lengths of the loops between ten inches and thirty feet, and we assembled them at a tape-splicing party. They are to be played simultaneously on at least twelve portable tape machines, each with a built in loudspeaker. One operator per machine maintains, repairs, and exchanges the loops, while present at an assigned station on the boat. The audience is encouraged to move about from station to station in order to experience the variety of sound collages.

A Dip in the Lake, like the first of the city pieces, 49 Waltzes for the Five Boroughs (1977) can be transcribed for other cities by assembling new lists of local addresses.

-John Cage

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Delia Derbyshire / Barry Bermange Inventions For Radio #2 (1964)

Amor Dei
Conceptions of God
        - Rorate Coeli ["A capella liturgica"]
        - I'd like to believe in God, but...
        - There is a God!
The After-Life (1965)
The Evenings Of Certain Lives

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Delia Derbyshire / Barry Bermange Inventions For Radio #1 (1964)


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The World Record — Readings at the St. Mark’s Poetry Project — 1969-1980

Charles Reznikoff
Ray Bremser
John Wieners
John Ashbery
F. T. Prince
Joe Brainard
Jamie Maclnnis
Eileen Myles
Tom Clark
Steve Carey
Carl Rakosi
Maureen Owen
Larry Fagin
Alice Notley
Edwin Denby
Ted Berrigan
Michael Brownstein
Kenneth Koch and Allen Ginsberg
Anselm Hollo
Lorenzo Thomas
Clark Coolidge
Robert Creeley
Joanne Kyger
Bernadette Mayer
Bobbie Louise Hawkins
Dale Herd
Victor Hernandez Cruz
Gary Lenhart
Tony Towle
Bill Berkson
Anne Waldman
Lewis Warsh
Amiri Baraka
Thomas Campion
Michael Palmer
Steve Levine
Harris Schiff
Robert Lowell
Kenward Elmslie
Howard Norman
Ron Padgett
John Godfrey
Jim Brodey
Ed Sanders
Jeff Wright
Ted Greenwald
Bob Rosenthal

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Frank O'Hara

Wire the Times

Wednesday, October 10, 2012


Nikaj-Shalë, Shkodër - Këngë Maje Krahi (Albania)
Mahakala Ritual Kangwa (Sacrifice) (Tibet)
Ahanta chant I (Dixcove) 
Water Drums (Cameroon)
Quranic Recitation (Persia)
Ketjak: The Ramayana Monkey Chant (Bali)
Ka'benin Yollari (Istanbul)
Ahanta chant II (Dixcove)
Sangwa Düpa (Tibet)

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Decoder Soundtrack (1984)

Language is a virus
Dave Ball, Genesis P. Orridge – Muzak For Frogs
Matt Johnson, The The – Three Oranges Kisses From Kazan 
Dave Ball, Genesis P. Orridge – Dream 
Dave Ball, Genesis P. Orridge – Main Theme (Showdown)
Dave Ball, Genesis P. Orridge – Sex & The Married Frog
F.M. Einheit, Jon Caffery – Riots 
Genesis P. Orridge – Information 
F.M. Einheit, John Caffery, Alexander Von Borsig – Muzak Decoding – Dream Maschine – Pirates 
Einsturzende Neubauten – Compressed Metal 
Dave Ball, Genesis P. Orridge – Main Theme – Finale 

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Bryan Lεwis Saundεrs-26 Dreams of a S0ci0path

 Brain Damage

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Ökkulte Stimmen-Mediåle Musik-Recördings Öf Unseen Intelligences 1905-2007


I  Trance-Speaking and "Direct Voice"

II Medial music / Paranormal Music
III  Xenoglossy/IV Glossolalia
IV Raps and Haunting Phenomena/EVP

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Cαrl Sαgαn - The Demon-Hαunted World:Science As a Cαndle in the Dαrk

Don't Believe the Hype

For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.
-Carl Sagan

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Anne Sexton Anthology (1958)

Divorce thy name is Woman
Her Kind
Letter Written on a Ferry While Crossing Long Island Sound
Making A Living
Music Swims Back To Me
Portait of an Old Woman on the College Tavern Wall
Riding the Elevator into the Sky
Ringing the Bells
Self in 1958
The Ambition Bird
the Double Image
The Expatriots
The Fury of Overshoes
the Operation
the Plan
the Rowing Endeth
The Starry night
The Truth The Dead Know
Venus and the Arc
With Mercy for the Greedy

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Brion Gysin - Recordings 1960-1981

Junk is no good baby.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Disco Not Disco vol 3

Vivien Goldman - Launderette
Delta 5 - Mind Your Own Business
Shriekback - My Spine Is The Bassline (1982 12" Edit)
Konk - Your Life
Isotope - Crunch Cake
James White & The Blacks - Contort Yourself (August Darnell Remix)
Quando Quango - Love Tempo (Remix)
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Seoul Music
Material - Don't Lose Control
Kazino - Binary
Liaisons Dangereuses - Los Niños Del Parque (12" Mix)
A Number Of Names - Sharevari (Instrumental)
Six Sed Red - Beat 'Em Right
Maximum Joy - Silent Street / Silent Dub

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Disco Not Disco vol 2 "Leftfield Disco Classics From The New York Underground"

Get your freak on!

1 Laidback - White Horse 5:44
2 Alexander Robotnick - Problèmes D'Amour 6:44
3 Yello - Bostich (Extended Dance Version) 4:34
4 Can - Aspectacle (Holger Czukay Edit) 2:48
5 Material - Ciguri 6:23
6 Connie Case - Get Down 7:15
7 Coach House Rhythm Section, The - Timewarp 5:51
8 Arthur Russell - Let's Go Swimming 7:51
9 Barry Waite & Ltd. - Sting (Part One) 3:11
10 Lex (2) - Fourteen Days 5:49

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Jim Carroll reads Basketball Diaries

This one is for you my brother.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Zero | A Martin Hannett Story, 1977-1991

How'd I miss thissun?
1. BOREDOM - Buzzcocks
2. CRANKED UP REALLY HIGH - Slaughter and the Dogs
3. JILTED JOHN - Jilted John
4. I DON'T WANT TO BE NICE - John Cooper Clarke
5. DREAM SEQUENCE 1 - Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls
7. TRANSMISSION - Joy Division
8. CONDUCT - The Durutti Column
9. ELECTRICITY - Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
11. IN A LONELY PLACE - New Order
13. NIGHT SHIFT - The Names
15. PRETTY IN PINK - Psychedelic Furs
16. FRIENDLY FIRES - Section 25
17. REBECCA'S ROOM - Wasted Youth
18. ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES - Nico and the Invisible Girls
19. QUICK AS RAINBOWS - Kitchens Of Distinction
20. WROTE FOR LUCK - Happy Mondays
21. SHE'S A RAINBOW - World Of Twist

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Disco Not Disco : Post Punk, Electro and Leftfield Disco Classics 1974-1986


Walking on Thin Ice [1981 Re-Edit] - Yoko Ono
Cavern - Liquid Liquid
Tell You (Today) [Vocal Version] - Loose Joints
Spasticus (Autisticus) [Version] - Ian Dury & the Seven Seas Players
Over and Over [Long Version] - Material
Wheel Me Out - Was (Not Was)
Kiss Me Again [Original Edit] - Dinosaur L
I Walk - Don Cherry
Voices Inside My Head - Common Sense
Treehouse/School Bell, Pt. 1 - Indian Ocean
Macho City - Steve Miller Band

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Hunter S. Thompson - Hell's Angels, Drugs and the Nature of Evil

Buy the ticket, take the ride.

Look people...this is a FIVE DISC set. Leave a comment to unlock additional volumes.

....I give and give, and this is the thanks I get???

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Charles Bukowski-70 Minutes in Hell (1969)

Yay! Drunk poetry

Buffalo Bill A little atomic bomb The Hairy Hairy Fist An action afternoon Finish No Charge Love is a piece of paper torn to bits Song for Sadists
Without a Place to Sit Down 
Genius of the Crowd Their Finest Art Experience May Make Paris Yet Men and the Sun The Japanese Wife/Bukowski Still at It Freedom True Story The Report 

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Stanley Crouch- Aint No Ambulances for no Nigguhs Tonight

Another fantastic vinyl rip

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Listεn, Whitεy! The Sounds of Black Powεr 1967-1974

Black Power

Invitation To Black Power (Parts 1 & 2) Shahid Quintet
Free Huey Stokely Carmichael
Silent Majority (Live At Newport) Eddie Harris
Until We're Free Elaine Brown
George Jackson (Acoustic) Bob Dylan
Dem Niggers Ain't Playing The Watts Prophets
Woman Of The Ghetto (Live At Montreux) Marlena Shaw
Black Power Dick Gregory
I Ain't Black Kain
I Hate The White Man Roy Harper
Winter In America (Solo Version) Gil Scott-Heron
Tim Leary Eldridge Cleaver
Angela John Lennon, Yoko Ono
Free Bobby Now Lumpen
Die Nigga!!! The Original Last Poets
Who Will Survive America Amiri Baraka

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Mainstream- Quiet Sun (1975)

Absolutelely gripping posthumous (post Winkies) release from this Pre-Roxy Music outfit. Interviews and such here

Sol Caliente
Trumpets with Motherhood
Bargain Classics
Mummy was an asteroid, Daddy was a small non-stick kitchen utensil
Mainstream is:
Phil Manzanera
Charles Hayward
Dave Jarrett
Bill MacCormick
Brian Eno
Ian MacCormick

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Gregory Corso - Die on Me

Alan Ginsberg thought Gregory Corso was the best poet in America in the 50's...what do you think?

For Homer
Ode To Coit Tower
Inner/Outer Rhyme
Getting To The Poem
Ode To The West Wind
A Bed's Lament
The Truth
Don't Shoot The Warthog
No Arrangement Was Made
As Rome Burned
Last Night I Drove A Car

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

V.A.- Anatomy Of Coincidence (Clandestine Recordings-001-1984)

Splendid little sampler of 10 bands from Indiana (USA)  minimal synth  grabbed from phoenixhairpins
1. Grey Area - Melancholia
2. Practic - Gone Unnoticed
3. Sphere Of Influence - Photosphere
4. Col5lage - 551
5. A Drowning Man - Rapture Of The Deep
6. Element - Rooms Without Doors
7. Deca-dense - Judgment Falling
8. Innerface - Human Factors
9. Machine Language - The Wake
10. Light On Surface - Believe/Deceive

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Rev. Jim Jones & Family- The Last Supper (1984)

Rather disturbing artifact released by Jordi Valls under the name "Vagina Dentata Organ" Features most of the Jonestown "death tape" from November 18, 1978, along with additional Jim Jones speeches and sermons generously provided by Genesis P of PTV. 
Picture disc with insert released in an edition of 912 hand-numbered copies, (one for each victim).

Link c/o Salle'de'Musique'blogspot - lots of psychotic stuff there.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Lεs Disquεs Du Crépusculε

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

V/A - Foam 沫 DLP (YLEM YDL 0000) 1981

This week we've got a lovely collection of post-punk gems on the Japanese Ylem imprint - however you'll recognize many of these names from the Vanity label. Incredible package concept by Mr. Nomoto, owner of Gallery 360° in Tokyo. Transaparent vinyl with die-cut inner sleeves-even included a stick of gum! 


Wednesday, May 2, 2012

John Bender-Early Cassettes 1981-1983

John Bender-Early Cassettes 1981-1983

Ridiculously scarce cassettes from this Cincinnati OH avant-garde electronic artist. What could be better than more Bender?
Packing List:1982
This tape's title came from the fact that original versions were packaged without plastic cases,in oiled envelopes that opened at the narrow end,had bendable metal clasps, were used to hold shipping documentation, and were labeled PACKING LIST. In this tape, as in others, the intent was to create a sequence of sound events to be used as an undercurrent to social intercourse. Not intended as MUSAK, nor Eno's ambience, nor Satie's furniture music,its purpose was to weave itself in and out of conversation and play a more active role in human interaction.
Plaster: the prototypes 198?
Longer, weirder versions of some of material self-released on Record Sluts. 
Do the cage. 1983
this tape was created as an audio installation intended as audio atmosphere intended to cloud thought intended to divert intended to distract from more important issues intended to act as a swarm of gnats formless enough to allow focus varied an abrupt enough to catch the ear.
At the 4th St. C.A.G.E. 1981
A sound collection presented for sale at a  function of the Cincinnati Artists Group Effort
used at performances where access to the performance space required use of an elevator. this endless tape was stuck in a boom box placed on top of the elevator so customers would become auditorily prepped for what was about to happen.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Friz Be - Hmm (Piglet Records, Sweden 1981)

Super scarce vinyl rip from this obscure Swedish minimal-wave joint

A1 I Throw Punches...
A2 This Is The New Age
A3 Now Is The Time
A4 Brosk Conversation
A5 This Is Time
A6 Half Brain Naked
B1 Lufituaeb Eb Ot
B2 Elegant But Very Fast
B3 Here We Go
B4 Flower In Your Hair
B5 Flying
B6 Hommage Au Muzak

Thursday, April 19, 2012

The Durutti Column - Vini Reilly LP: UK 1988 (Factory FACT 244)

Love No More
Pol In G
Opera I
People's Pleasure Park
Red Square
Finding The Sea
William B
They Work Every Day
Opera II
Homage To Catalonia
Requiem Again
My Country
Paradise Passage Road        [from MASO 90024]
Les Preger's Tune                [from MASO 90037]
Buddhist Prayer *                
Misere *
Real Drums -- Real Drummer *
Pathway *
Rob Gray's Elegy *
Shirt No. 7 *

*from SporeCD1

Initial copies packaged with FAC[D] 244+

Some copies of FACT 244 have a lock-groove toward the end of
"My Country"; this was apparently an intended artifact.

"Homage To Catalonia" is the title of George Orwell's account of
fighting against Fascism in the Spanish Civil War

Friday, April 13, 2012

Spotlight on Bodegapop

Chillin' over at the bodega and couldn't believe this 24 song mix of hip-hop artists from brazil, cambodia, greece, hong kong, mexico, nigeria, taiwan, thailand, turkey, vietnam and zimbabwe

"Phnom Penh Hip Hop" by The Khmer Rap Boyz (Cambodia)
 "Haiti" by Elza Soares (Brazil)
"Eat Around" by Missile Scoot Girl (Japan)
"Γουστάρει Η Παλαβή" by Εισβολέας (Greece)
"DK Anthem" by Divided Kingdom Republic (Zimbabwe)
...and many more!

Monday, April 9, 2012

Can - Agilok and Blubbo (1968) Collected Singles

I was here and came across this lovely collection of early CAN 7" singles lovingly ripped, tagged, and posted by Ankh. Here's what you get:

Agilok & blubbo/Kamera song (1968)
Kama Sutra Null/Nightingale (1968)
Soul desert/She brings the rain (1969)
Spoon/Shikako Maru Ten (1971)
Turtles have short legs/Halleluwah (1971)
Hunters and collectors/Vernal equinox (1975)

Friday, March 30, 2012

RAYMILLAND-Recordings '79-'81

Collected recordings of this legendary St. Louis band. Raymilland were scheduled to open for Joy Division on their first American tour which was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances (ie Ian's suicide). Imagine the way it might have been.
If only

No Good Trying
She's Got Medals 
Distant View
High and Wide
Climate II

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

LSD - A Documentary Report (1966)

Dick Clark raps with Timothy Leary and Allen Ginsburg.

Drop it

Friday, March 23, 2012

Jayne Cortez - Celebrations And Solitudes (1974)

Poet, performer, political activist


A1 Lead
A2 How Long Has Trane Been Gone
A3 Essence Of Rose Solitude
A4 Song For Kwame
A5 Forreal
A6 Festivals And Funerals
A7 Solo
B1 I Am New York City
B2 Under The Edge Of February
B3 Lynch Fragment
B4 Ife Night
B5 Homicide
B6 3 Day New York Blues
B7 Remembrance
B8 Do You Think
B9 Making It
B10 So Long
B11 Lexington/96 Street Stop
B12 I Won't Forget It

Friday, March 16, 2012

CHROME- Live "On Broadway" (1981)

Was going to finish off with Red Exposure when I came across this fantastic blog dedicated to the work of Chrome and Helios Creed.

Intro/Insect Human
Insect Human cont.
Out Of Reach
Brain On Scan
Blood On The Moon
Pulsating Android/Jam
Perfumed Metal
Future Ghosts

Thursday, March 15, 2012


Saw you turning up the stairs
It’s been years since you’ve been here
Things are still gone but things aren’t the same
There’s no chance that you’ve been tranced
You’ve been complicated
You’ve been rather duplicated
You’ve been recreated
You’ve been replaced
Go down town cause I lost count
Now your eyes changed but your still the same
Oh no Oh no you’ve been complicated
You’ve been duplicated
You’ve been resignated
You’ve been replaced
01 TV as Eyes
02 Zombie Warfare (Can't Let You Down)
03 March of the Chrome Police (A Cold Clamey Bombing)
04 You've Been Duplicated
05 Mondo Anthem
06 Half Machine Lip Moves
07 Abstract Nympho
08 Turned Around
09 Zero Time
10 Creature Eternal
11 Critical Mass

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Chrome- Alien Soundtracks (1977)

A year later, but still recorded on 1/2" in Damon's bedroom. Rumor has it was intended as the soundtrack to a sci-fi porn flick that never happened.
Turn On

Chromosome Damage
The Monitors
All Data Lost
SS Cygni
Nova Feedback
Pigmies in Zee Park
Slip it to the Android
Pharoah Chromium
Magnetic Dwarf Reptile

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Chrome - The Visitation (1976)

Freshman release from this West Coast ensemble- oozing with DIY goodness.  Who would have thought they could maintain this intensity for 4 full length releases? Tune in.

How Many Years Too Soon
Return To Zanzibar
Riding You
Kinky Lover
Sun Control
My Time To Live
Memory Cords Over The Bay

Friday, March 2, 2012

Ike Yard - A Second A Fact - 1982

Ike Yard - A Second A Fact - 1982

A1 M. Kurtz
A2 Loss
A3 N.C.R.
B1 Kino
B2 Cherish 8
B3 Half A God

Thursday, February 23, 2012

V/A Systembeat LP (1 In 12 Club vol. 4-1985)

Finally got around to listening to this one graciously provided by Curious Guy over at  He's got Vol 3 as well.  I'll see what I can do about finding more of these.
1. Indiscriminate Hoax Fund - Bulkhead
2. A Witness - Camera
3. The Effect - No Place
4. Spectre - Ideal Home
5. The Blood Brothers - We Steal
6. Big Flame - Debra
7. The In-Stinks - My Mama's Dead
8. GodDog - Mood Music For A British Empire
9. Citron Girls - How I Made A Million $ By Leading Two And A Half Lives For The F.B.I.
10. Category"A" - Assassination
11. The Men From The Mountains - Trembling
12. Dig Vis Drill - I'm Hip, I'm Vain
13. Dik Dik Dimorphic - In Egypt
14. Vegetable Section - Fruitcake Jake
15. The Sinister Cleaners - Rise Up
16. Son Of Sam - Charmaigne

Saturday, February 18, 2012


Big ups to \m/etal\m/inx over at ╬ §ĬÇҜИ ΛБΘЏИЧ ╬ for turning me on to this quirky Japanese DIY group.  Hope you enjoy this obscure vinyl rip from 1980.
01. Weimar 22 (3:06)
02. Howareyou, Whyou (3:26)
03. After (2:01)
04. Bring To Naught (3:08)
05. Nativity (2:31)
06. Yes, Every Africa Must Be Free Eternally (2:19)
07. Say It Loud, I'm Dilettante, I'm Proud (4:36)
08. Matrix (2:52)

Friday, February 10, 2012

LCD Soundsystem- London Sessions

Bloody fantastic studio sessions from Mr Murphy and crew. Wish I'd seen them when I had the chance. Groove
01. Us v Them (London Session) (8:02)
02. All I Want (London Session) (6:29)
03. Drunk Girls (London Session) (3:41)
04. Get Innocuous! (London Session) (6:52)
05. Daft Punk Is Playing At My House (London Session) (5:03)
06. All My Friends (London Session) (7:31)
07. Pow Pow (London Session) (8:10)
08. I Can Change (London Session) (6:48)
09. Yr City Is a Sucker (London Session) (5:49)