Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Dandelion Gum

Just received the 3rd pressing of Black Moth's Dandelion Gum in the mail.
This pressing is limited to 1000 copies and is on white vinyl with dark pink splatter. This one is NOT sratch n' sniff. If you do get yourself a copy, order from Graveface so you could get a cool poster like mine. You cant just buy the poster, so if your real desperate for some BMSR merch that isnt on the site, buy some vinyl. Actually, buy like 4 and use those Freddy Points so you could get some free shit from Graveface. Too bad this pressing isnt hand numbered by Tobacco. Ill post up pics of the sleeve and Lp when i get home, that is if i find my camera. Im in the process of moving and cant find anything.
Much Love,


COMING 2010.....

Are you ready for unholy demon rhythms?

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Allegheny White Fish

Before Tobacco, before Black Moth Super Rainbow, before Satanstompingcaterpillars, there was Allegheny White Fish.
We thought these tracks would never see the light of day, but after many years, the man behind all 4, Tobacco, is finally putting the Allegheny White Fish tapes onto CD. It went on Pre-Order this morning. Order before you miss out on this forever..... again.


* Braided Cellophane
* What You Gonna Say to Me?
* Sunburned Face
* The Bees Love Me
* Left Out (The Freaky Pieces)
* Enough To Calm You Down
* Metal Ball Moon
* Backwards Song #2
* Dead Cowboy Dance (Live to ghettoblaster)
* Yellow Violet
* The Blue Seahorse
* 4-Track Phone Mistake
* The Love Song
* Gonna Git You Brainwashed (Long Version)
* Oh Shit Doug
* I Am 6 Years Old
* Eating Butterflies
* I Saw Brown
* All Songs Have an Ending
* Too Weird to be a Tree
* Violet Induced Armpit
* Friendly and Unfriendly Spiders

Collection of Tobacco's early tapes from 1996-1999. Over 70 minutes of mostly unreleased/unheard broken ghetto-blaster songs. Warped drum machines, purple noise, ripped cassettes, and melodies to calm you down.
pre-vocoder & synths, post-apocalypse.


Monday, April 13, 2009

i, absentee

Do we really need another hip hop/electro compilation? Not really, well, maybe...
I think we've all had enough from Ghostly International, but this one is sure to blow your mind. I, absentee's debut compilation
"Birth Certificate", includes 17 EXCLUSIVE tracks from some heavy hitters such as Tobacco, Mall Security, Dorosoto, Power Pill Fist, and Lunar Testing Lab.
A dubby, post-rock "Who Lives Next Door" by 21 Jumpsuit, sets the tone for the album, and only gets better from there. A very good compilation overall, there are a few tracks that really stand out from the rest.

Limited to ONLY 250 copies (125 black, 125 white) you can order it on the I, absentee website, if there's still any left. I got mine back in December (a white digipak), and hasn't left my heavy rotation list since.

DOWNLOAD: Neon Tetra- Drowning (VA, Birth Certificate)
DOWNLOAD: 21 Jumpsuit- Who Lives Next Door (VA, Birth Certificate)

Friday, April 10, 2009