Airway / Hijokaidan

(Harbinger Sound - HAS099) split LP $15.00

Released to coincide with the LAFMS retrospective in London. Legendary free jazz percussionist Sabu Toyozumi joins Jojo Hiroshige on guitar, Junko on vocals and Toshiji Mikawa and Fumio Kosakai on electronics on this live recording from late 2009. The maddest of LAFMS mad dogs feature Joe Potts, Rick Potts, Tom Recchion, Dennis Duck, John Duncan, Fredrik Nilsen, Vetza, Linda Pitmon and Aaron Moore on this live recording from 2009.


Live At Lace

(Harbinger Sound - HAS047) LP $25.00 (Out-of-stock)

Limited vinyl reissue of the ultra-scarce 1978 Los Angeles Free Music Society album. Mastered by Airway founder Joe Potts during 2006. This set is limited to 500 copies with a sleeve based on the Japanese export edition of the original, along the same lines as the previous CD edition. Contains a portfolio of live flyers, etc. 41 minutes of bliss that's nothing like the shorter, messed with version that turned up on the LAFMS 10CD boxset.


Live At Mark Moore Gallery

(Helicopter - HEL 95121) CD $10.50 (Out-of-stock)

Multi-channel and heavily dosed with subliminal messages, recorded June 21, 2014 in Culver City, California. The line-up includes: Don Bolles, Ted Byrnes, Dennis Duck, Ace Farren Ford, Michael Foster, Juan Gomez, Fredrik Nilsen, Joseph Hammer, Kevin Laffey, Jorge Martin, Rick Potts, Dani Tull, John Wiese, Vetza, and of course the master of skull-crushing himself, Mr. Joe Potts.
Listen to an excerpt here:


The Lowest Form Of Music

(Helicopter) split 2xCD $16.00

Los Angeles Free Music Society titans and Japanese icons energetically tear through boundary-pushing movement, raucously combining free improv experiments and sonic daggers with feral roar and pounding percussion. Disc one features the legendary live performances by each group recorded at The Lowest Form of Music weekend in London, 2010. Disc two reissues the split record originally released on Harbinger Sound to celebrate the festival, featuring performances from 2009 by Airway in New York and Hijokaidan in Tokyo. Mastered by John Wiese, packaged in a six-panel digipak with liner notes by Takuya Sakaguchi in Japanese and English.