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Bronze - The Rouge Became b/w Wits

Bronze The Rouge Became b/w Wits artwork
Bronze will put you into the deep freeze on the dancefloor with their impersonal dark wave performance thing. Two new jams full of pounding drums, synth squiggles and zombie vocals eminating from the heart of the concrete jungle in the dead of night. And on a fancy little picture disc to boot! Limited to 500 so get it while you can.

Brian Glaze - Green Living

Brian Glaze Green Living artwork
Brian Glaze's new LP, Green Living, is an eponymous collection of home recordings that makes for a surprisingly cohesive album explores night-time sounds and bedroom pop.

BRIDEZ - Rolling Stoned b/w Heart

BRIDEZ Rolling Stoned b/w Heart artwork
Two new nuggets from BRIDEZ: Rolling Stoned b/w Heart. You've blown your speakers playing these to death on YouTube, now blow your speakers playing them to death on your stereo.

Hard Place - split

Hard Place split artwork
Three new songs from The Passionistas: Righter's Block, Ashlee Simpson, and French. On the flip two from Hard Place: a Totally Radd!! remix and a new one called Heroes of Dawnbreak.

The Passionistas - split

The Passionistas split artwork
Three new songs from The Passionistas: Righter's Block, Ashlee Simpson, and French. On the flip two from Hard Place: a Totally Radd!! remix and a new one called Heroes of Dawnbreak.

Mon Cousin Belge - Quelle Horreur

Mon Cousin Belge Quelle Horreur artwork
A plastic surgery addled Emile leads his all-American band through musical terrains ranging from full-blown assaults of post-punk ethos to soul-searching gospel denouncing all things mediocre and less than fabulous!

Hard Place - Get Your Hopes Up

Hard Place Get Your Hopes Up artwork
When you listen to this monumental achievement of kitsch, glitz and glamour you conjure up the true spirit of 'Camp'. And everyone knows, 'Camp' is the lie that tells the truth.
Brian Glaze Green Living artwork

Brian Glaze

Green Living

Release Date: 07/28/2009
Catalog # 005
buy cd $15 buy lp $15

Brian Glaze's new LP, Green Living, is an eponymous collection of home recordings that makes for a surprisingly cohesive album with a strong sonic theme which explores night-time sounds and bedroom pop. "Leader of The Band", a strange mash-up of classic Elton John la la la's and Ariel Pink's densely layered production, is pure pop with a hip lo-fi aesthetic. "Killing Time" recalls shades of Creation Records psychedelic pop band Revolving Paint Dream while "Silver Ashes" mines the territory of late 70's new wave. The last song on the LP, "Shake Shiloh," finds Glaze literally singing "Goodbye" to the iistener, bringing a true sense of closure to an intensely personal musical experience. This record proves that the strength of the song and the highly personal nature of home demo recordings are tough to improve upon. This is Brian Glaze at his best.

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