BLACK DICE / WOLF EYES

Black Dice / Wolf Eyes

(Fusetron) Used LP $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

A collaborative album from these two WMD specialists, recorded with fury, revenge, lust, and danger in their blackened hearts. An EQ-jacked rocket blast of dude-fueled, beer-drenched, and smoke-choked volumania for fans of total onslaught everywhere.

DORAMAAR

Terra Incognita

(Fusetron) Used LP $4.00 (Out-of-stock)

Kim Pieters on bass and drums, Adria Morgan on guitar and drums, and Sara Stephenson on guitar. Two collapsing epics from 1996, a glorious marriage of New Zealand no-wave-style hovering guitar and off-kilter percussion. Jacket has bent corner

FERIAL CONFINE

Full Use Of Nothing

(Fusetron) Used LP $30.00

1999 reissue of 1985 self-released cassette by Andrew Chalk. Acoustic percussion and primitive multi-tracking techniques, subtle shifts in balance and nuances of sound within a limited palette, in a wild and free series of performances. Sealed

MILO FINE FREE JAZZ ENSEMBLE

Another Outbreak Of Iconoclasm (Two Eggs, Slightly Beaten)

(Fusetron) Used LP $5.00

Free jazz plonk from 1995, including drums, e-piano, clarinet, marimba, clarinet, guitar. “Sometimes soft” says Börft, “and sometimes crazy chaos.” Generic black jacket with centerhole

FREEMAN / MOJDEHI

Mojdehi / Freeman

(Fusetron - FUSE007) LP (one-sided) $15.00

Two scraped guitars make noise, feed out and feed back, reminding one of Mr. Velocity Hopkins or some Japanese guy. Handmade cover.

HURRAY

Dreams, Not Soft Illusion

(Fusetron) Used LP $5.00

“A must for fans of ambiguous, anomalous, and unobtrusive sound creation whose mystery is not invoked by hyperbole, pseudo-mythology or fake histories, but by full allowance given to otherness and the search for beauty,” proclaims Greg Kelley about the first full length LP by the NYC quartet. “Mishandled guitars, unknown electronics, amplified percussives and various layers of buzz coagulate and dissipate in measured restraint.”

INSTITUT FÜR FEINMOTORIK

Negemergenz

(Fusetron) Used LP $6.00

Using six to eight record players simultaneously, these Swiss-German sound researchers play the run-out grooves and labels of records, and tweak the phono cartridges with rubber bands, adhesive tape, and toothbrushes, and like that. Pretty minimal overall, with tones slowly building into rhythmic order. From 1999.

KEMIALLISET YSTÄVÄT

Miisa

(Fusetron) Used LP (one-sided) $50.00

Acid folk from 1998 with virtuoso use of pots and pans and gloriously awkward harmony by Jan Anderzen and his crew of mold-addicted mountain-dwellers. Edition of 170