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Gary Arce/Hotel Wrecking City Traders - Self Titled (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Gary Arce/Hotel Wrecking City Traders - Self Titled (Blue) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 300 copies on aqua blue vinyl.

It’s a cross-continental collision of sounds, and aside from being into both the Aussie noisemaking brotherly duo Hotel Wrecking City Traders and the work of landmark desert guitarist Gary Arce of Yawning Man, what most drew me in to the idea of their collaborative studio project was how different the two sides are. Hotel Wrecking City Traders are a fittingly tight unit. The sounds on their Black Yolk full-length and follow-up Somer/Wantok 12” were rife with intensity and an impatient mathematical feel. By contrast, Gary Arce is considered one of the founding figures of desert rock. His laid back, airy tone and improvisatory will have been a key inspiration for bands literally all over the world, and when it comes to jams, there are few guitarists out there who can add as much personality to a piece of music as he can. Apart from working instrumentally, they seem to be driven by completely different musical ideals.

And maybe that’s what makes their joint Hotel Wrecking City Traders and Gary Arce 12” so damned interesting. The two-song, 20-minute release combines the disparate elements at work in the total three players involved for a double-guitar brew that’s based as much on improvisational noodling as it is on noisy crunch. It works, too, which is the miracle of the thing.

It’s an encompassing sound, made all the more hypnotic by Arce’s work, but Hotel Wrecking City Traders manage to do here what they did on Black Yolk and Somer/Wantok as well, and that’s demand your attention. You can put the Hotel Wrecking City Traders and Gary Arce 12” on and zone out to it, or you can put your ear to the speaker and try to get a direct line into what the trio is doing, and either way, come out of it with a satisfying listen. I don’t know if this is to be an ongoing collaborative project – i.e., if they’ll make an album – but if they decided to keep it going, both sides bring enough to the table here that they have plenty to work from in further development. Fans of Arce will be interested to hear his resonance offset by the Matthews brothers, and those who noticed the hints of pastoral influence on Somer/Wantok will be glad to discover Hotel Wrecking City Traders pushing themselves deeper into new territory.

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Gates of Slumber, The - The Wretch (Grey) (IMPORT) (2LP) Cover Art Gates of Slumber, The - The Wretch (Grey) (IMPORT) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 300 copies on grey vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

The Wretch sees The Gates of Slumber pushing its trademark blend of skull-crushing riffs and pounding rhythms to new heights and marks a return to the slower all-out doom tempos of the group's early albums combined with "true doom metal" lyrical themes.

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Geezer - Self Titled (2LP) Cover Art Geezer - Self Titled (2LP)

Limited edition of only 200 double LP's.

The third full-length by New York's heavy psych/blues/stoner trio GEEZER offers thick, heavy grooves rooted in the tradition of pre-war slide guitar blues, while simultaneously breaking boundaries through sonic experimentation and improvisation.

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Ghost - Meliora (Popestar Deluxe) (2LP) Cover Art Ghost - Meliora (Popestar Deluxe) (2LP)

Deluxe edition on black vinyl. This edition includes Ghost's Popestar EP and free download code.

The "Meliora" Deluxe Edition held secret until the publication date "Popestar" EP as a bonus, the existence of which was covered up with the pseudonym "ghost father"! The EP contains five songs: "Square Hammer" plus the four cover versions "Nocturnal Me" (cover of ECHO and the Bunnymen), "I believe" (cover of Simian Mobile Disco) "Missionary man" (cover of EURYTHMICS), " Bible "(cover of Imperiet).

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Ghost Rocket - Drug Freedom (IMPORT) (7 inch) Cover Art Ghost Rocket - Drug Freedom (IMPORT) (7 inch)

Features Morten Aron (ex- On Trial) on guitar and vocals.

Ghost Rocket are inspired by bands like 13th Floor Elevators, Love and obscure rock 'n' roll and psych from the past 50 years. This 7" is completely fuzzed out!

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Giobia - Magnifier (Re-issue) (Black) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Giobia - Magnifier (Re-issue) (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl.

Second repress on Heavy Psych Sounds for this incredible Space Rock-Heavy Psych gem. New mastering, new graphics, and a new song added to the tracklist: the heavy psych/freakbeat masterpiece from the londoner band The Open Mind called "Magic Potion". 'Magnifier' as an album really does have it all...some ace psychedelic stylings, some heavy spacerock, some lysergic sixties grooves and some more delicate shimmery shoegazing. It has a heaviness that will appeal to some, and the delicate touch that will appeal to others. Another undisputed success for Giobia. New incredible artwork by Laura Giardino.

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Giobia - Magnifier (Re-issue) (Grey) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Giobia - Magnifier (Re-issue) (Grey) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on grey colored vinyl.

Second repress on Heavy Psych Sounds for this incredible Space Rock-Heavy Psych gem. New mastering, new graphics, and a new song added to the tracklist: the heavy psych/freakbeat masterpiece from the londoner band The Open Mind called "Magic Potion". 'Magnifier' as an album really does have it all...some ace psychedelic stylings, some heavy spacerock, some lysergic sixties grooves and some more delicate shimmery shoegazing. It has a heaviness that will appeal to some, and the delicate touch that will appeal to others. Another undisputed success for Giobia. New incredible artwork by Laura Giardino.

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Glitter Wizard - Hollow Earth Tour (Black) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Glitter Wizard - Hollow Earth Tour (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl.

Another astonishing full-length from San Francisco glam weirdos Glitter Wizard and their unique brand of oddball psychedelia.

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Glitter Wizard - Hollow Earth Tour (Red) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Glitter Wizard - Hollow Earth Tour (Red) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on red colored vinyl.

Another astonishing full-length from San Francisco glam weirdos Glitter Wizard and their unique brand of oddball psychedelia.

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Gnaw - Horrible Chamber (LP) Cover Art Gnaw - Horrible Chamber (LP)



Ladies and gents, the next Eugene Robinson: Alan Dubin, formerly of Khanate -- oh yeah … that guy. Dubin-fronted Gnaw may be merely Oxbow ‘lite’, but their advanced mimicry has become nigh-comprehensive: the ugly blubbering of ischemic excruciation, gnash-and-spittle freakish yowls; every leaky faucet in John Watermann’s brain, the sawdust whispers of workbench trauma; the smothering hum of wound myiasis, maggots and locusts come to roost in a wet fleshly blanket all the terror of hypertrophy; the free jazz stagger of percussive rustles and ratchet spasms; the Conradian horrors of blood, ocher, charcoal … and eloquence. Dubin’s emetic performance is the centerpiece and the torque of this uniquely visceral album, Gnaw’s sophomore effort Horrible Chamber.

The abomination should not have been shivered into the light of day. If you aren’t sitting in a dark corner gibbering to yourself, licking raw eggs and vodka off your fingers, and utterly constricted to your hind-brain mind by the end of this …! “Look around,” urges Dubin in the title track, and indeed, the prospect is too horrible. Hyperbole? Barely. Horrible Chamber is the only album I’ve been scared to listen to again besides Calcutta Gas Chamber. Physically repulsive, it’s just awful to behold, and the fight to continue listening only makes you more cathexically involved and more disgraced. As with Oxbow and Watermann, Horrible Chamber airs those vivid imaginative inscapes not unknown to man, but lockboxed away; it is a stark, intimate, frenetic work of raw emotive power and sonic precision. Enter if you dare.

New York’s Gnaw have no respect for music whatsoever. Judging by this sweaty, fulminating mass of a record, the way they see it is that music should be utterly destroyed, the last breath of every tone, timbre, and texture ever plucked from a guitar string, smacked out of a drum kit, tickled from the ivories, and squeezed out of any electronic noise-producing box should be smashed to fucking bits and expression in its purest form should be its only purpose. And so with album number two, Horrible Chamber, “music” continues to die countless deaths. Violent, filthy, desperate, this journey is harrowing. The combination of slowly-slammed guitar, bass, and drums with terror-torn vocals and other-dimensional sounds makes for a chilling encounter. This is the soundtrack to your own private horror flick, one where the visual aspect is induced by the music. There is no choice. You must and you will suffer.

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