Deviant & The Clones – Futura Bold CD
Punky, experimental noise rock from mid-80s Vancouver, Canada. Some of the same touchstones as Big Black, but very lo-fi cassette-only releases back in the day. This is the second reissue of what is regarded as the most important of the Deviant & the Clones DIY releases.
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Various Artists – Sound In A Vacuum, Volume One CD
The first of several Atomic Mouse Recordings compilation from 2004 featuring odd and interesting tracks, both old and (at the time) new. Featuring a diverse array of artists in a variety of styles including El Demento, No Fun, Liam Idiot (aka Liam Warfield), iGod, Naked & Shameless, Sharkula, Mary, Pimmel, Bionic Rat, The New Heads, Kyle Bravo, The Cheatin’ Wives, and others.SKU: VD016
Naked & Shameless – Whiskey Tango Foxtrot CD
The Buck (Naked) and Dave (Shameless) formulation of Naked & Shameless spent the 2000s grinding it out from their base in Chicago with a regular stream of releases and cross-country dive-bar tours. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot was the first recording they made after they moved to Los Angles and before tinsel town ate them alive. While fans have favorites on other discs such as 13 Drinking Songs and Mayberry STD, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot might well be their most cohesive collection, simultaneously mature and adolescent, pointing the way that duo would have gone had they continued in that format.SKU: SPL001
X-Bax – Dronetime CD
Dronetime (2007), was X-Bax’s second album and follow-up to In Search of The Brown Note (2004). Longer and dronier than its predecessor, it pointed the path forward. X-Bax continues to a vehicle for Phil Dole’s experimental musing when not playing with other groups such as Chord, Grand Kali Ma, Dole & Megalos, and Dots.SKU: SP003
iGod – Fire In The Hole CD
When it was initially published that the concept behind iGod’s second solo album, Fire In The Hole, was the journey of young Satam Al Suqami from adolescence to martyrdom, iGod found himself in the cross-hairs of the FBI. Agents, posing as “concerned citizens”, began demanding free copies of the CD to “evaluate”. When the label refused, they demanded lyric sheets. Rather than point out that it was entirely instrumental record, they were told they’d just have to buy a copy and let the album speak for itself. We hope that the Bureau ponied up…SKU: VD029