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 DEBUT WORLD PREMIERE 

PREORDER FOR AUGUST 31 : 

12" Vinyl / DL

UNIVERSAL CELL UNLOCK 'Quasimodo the Streetsweeper'
   12" Vinyl / DL & Insert by CF 

Christopher Forgues utilizes the brushes of a streetsweeping vehicle to paint a haunting figure in Quasimodo The Streetsweeper. Working under the moniker Universal Cell Unlock, Forgues crafts spindly percussive passages that intrigue as they unsettle, bringing to mind the late, great Marcus Fjellström. As you move further in, Forgues makes the thin brushes seem as heavy as the baleen bristles of a whale. - Miles Bowe , Acid Test / Bandcamp

FORTHCOMING EVENTS & RELEASES:

June: 

17 - Portland, ME @ Apohadion Theater, 8 pm: Matchesse accompanied by Haley Fohr (Circuit des Yeux) and Lula Asplund / White Gourd / Rev.web / Asha Tamirisa

21 - Liberty, ME @ Banks Garage collective, 7 pm: Hour (on tour from Philly) / Rusty Cross (Asa Irons & Corum)

22 - Brussels, Belgium @ Parc de la Fonderie Brussels

Block Party at Fête de l'Eléphant II featuring 

Chillera (UA), Maibaum (BE), Roxane Métayer (BE)

29 - Warren, ME @ Fox's Den, 8 pm: Lia Kohl & Whitney Johnson (Matchesse) / White Gourd 

July: 

28 - Swanville, ME @ Lothlorien Farms (1342 Upper Oak Hill Rd) , 3 - ?? In The Weird Wood fest featuring: 

Village of Spaces / Rusty Cross / Clay Camero / Lazy Magnet / The White Falcons / and many more! 

August: 

3 - Portland, ME @ First Parish Church, 8 pm - Sun Ra Arkestra

 

4 - Woldoboro, ME @ The Woldoboro Theater, 7:30 pm -

Sun Ra Arkestra 

12 - Portland, ME @ Silverfish: Rusty Cross / Monet-Zaander-Milk (on tour from New Orleans) / Gunter Valentin 

31 - Maibaum debut ‘Sumer Is Icumen In’ vinyl / dl 

PREORDER HERE 

September: 

​17 - East Belfast, ME @ Psychic Sounds Studios, 8 pm - Selkies Pearl closing party w/ Deery / Twig Harper / DJ American Dharma / more TBA 

SUMMER / FALL '24: 

- Lavina Yelb  'Apapneas Hypmne Somome' cassette

2010 debut album available first time on physical media from the sound visions of Chilean based Anibal Bley! 

- Aaron Dilloway 'Bhoot Ghar: Sounds Of The Kathmandu Horror House' vinyl / dl 

 

OUT NOW: 

Universal Cell Unlock 'Quasimodo The Street Sweeper' vinyl / DL & foldout art by CF  

Tristan & Titania 'Glyphs & Gods' vinyl premiere debut duet of Tristan Vloeberghs & Eva Van Deuren (Orphan Fairytale)

TIMELASH 'Feral Lands & Forbidden Cities' vinyl (Aguirre) 

'GLYPHS & GODS'

 TRISTAN &TITANIA

12" Vinyl / DL 

New duo feat. Eva/ Orphan Fairytale (endlessly underappreciated in my book) & Tristan Vloeberghs channeling some sort of mythic lullabies from another dimension." - Foxy Digitalis

CORUM: 
 'BEGUILING ISLES' 
'NEVER USE THE SAME DOOR TWICE'
Cassette / DL  

"Max Ernst's collages have permanently wired me to see oblique captioned images in a certain way and with a certain taste for certain discontinuities, but there is magic in strange affect at the very least. I'm glad to have this (Never Use the Same Door Twice).” - Jim Woodring, creator of Frank (Fantagraphics)

 

"A delightful collection of ambient psychedelia/psy-trance, Corum's highly regarded 'Beguiling Isles' trilogy was originally released as a TRIPLE-LP in 2016. Now it's available as a reissue on TRIPLE-CASSETTE!" - Clear Spot 

TIMELASH
'FERAL LANDS & FORBIDDEN CITIES' 

12" Vinyl / DL 

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"..complex topographies or alien civilizations into being through dramatic synth swells, exotic melodies, gamelan rhythms and a clamor of organic croaks, creaks and cries that imply the presence of teeming life. It’s often playful in tone, but Timelash are adept in conjuring a sense of grandeur." - The Wire Magazine

12" Vinyl / Cassette / DL 

BLAZING WORLDS

"Incredibly powerful stuff, Blazing Worlds - AKA Justin Wright Expo `70 & Grant Corum - recorded their self-titled latest album over a long summer in the US Midwest. Evidently inspired by what conditions were like, the official release information here opens with a reference to J.G. Ballard's landmark science fiction, The Drowned World, which, for all intents and purposes, could become a reality in the next few centuries. A planet so scorched lagoon waters that have flooded cities seem to burn by midday, there's a sense of rising temperatures about this truly hallucinatory album. Drone, ambient, use whatever label you prefer, this feels like you're either orbiting the sun itself, or looking out on lands that have long since succumbed to desertification, wondering when the scorching dunes might give way to some place more liveable. Atmospheric, futuristic, and deeply effective. - Juno Records

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