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Artist: ASTRO / PULSE EMITTER / ACRE / MONSTURO
Title: Cold Fire 4-Way Split
Format: LP
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $15.00
"Featuring the work of four artists from the extremes of electronic music, this record points the way to the future-by cutting through the illusions of time, space, origin and destination, and surfing the caustic waves of progress. ASTRO tears open the fabric of consciousness and launches a new Big Bang with a devastating and shapely electronic assault. PULSE EMITTER provides snapshots of landscapes of passionate, eerie colors from the skies and seas. ACRE churns forth a creme brulee of crown jewels and narcocryptic bliss. MONSTURO prods through the aether, starting tidal waves, digesting cities. Numbered edition of 200, with color cover art and color inserts." -Anarchymoon.
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Artist: BELLERUE, BOB & JARRETT SILBERMAN
Title: Amplified Piano Duets
Format: One-Sided LP & CDR
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $12.00
"Without giving much of a clue as to process or instrumentation, theres still a bit more at stake between this duo collaboration and other PE/noise experiments of its type. There doesnt seem to be any mixer/source abuse here; were led, from the title, to believe that this is a capturing of treated piano, though it doesnt sound much like it. Excepting the possibility that the piano strings have been micd and processed, one normally doesnt get this much sustain out of a piano, even if they hold down the damper pedal. What surfaces is this noisy, yet warm and somehow harmonic buzzing drone, and if I had to say what it reminds me of, it would be the sound of a tractor with a lawn-mower attachment and vacuum bagger, cutting the grass of my parents backyard. More than any other noise recordings, this one throws off the a late summer afternoon ambiance, with the sun dying down and dinner being readied, when my dad was rounding the back corners, and was therefore further away from my bedroom window. It shares the same consistency and tonal qualities, and sounds like it could run forever. With these memories in tow, this becomes an exceptional and meaningful piece of music, though Im not sure if many people would agree with me on this, or could see the suburban POV from where Im coming." - Doug Mosurock, Still Single.

Artist: JUSTICE YELDHAM & THE DYNAMIC RIBBON DEVICE
Title: Birthdays
Format: LP
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $13.00
"Birthdays consists of two live sets by maverick amplified-glass player Justice Yeldham recorded during his & Kegs recent tour of Europe. If youve never heard of the guy you are in for a bloody treat. Using concert-grade piano contact mics, he amplifies a sheet of glass and plays it with his mouth and face, processing it with pedals attached to his belt, usually barefooted. The results are unworldly, and hearing it you would never imagine what created it, something only an Aussie could achieve. Like careening assaults of insect spaceships, he transports the listener to other worlds of sound, ending most often in a crash of the glass upon his head. He survives, bloody but alive, never worse for wear in the morning. Side A was captured in Marseille on the eve of Justices 35th birthday while side B was recorded on Kegs birthday in Porto (for a preview listen at http://myspace.com/justiceyeldham). And to top off the birthday cheer Keg also did the cover illustration as a gift for Justices Birthday. Mastered by the god-like Rasheed of Dubplates (Berlin), the record has been collaboratively released in an edition of 600 copies across the world by Anarchymoon Recordings (North America), Turgid Animal (Europe) & All Thumbs Press (Australia). Black vinyl, B-on-W labels, 2-sided glue-on cover art (lim 600, 200 for UxSx distro)"-Anarchymoon.

Artist: REDGLAER
Title: American Masonry
Format: 10"
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $10.00
"amazing stuff." - John Olson. "loud and blistering document recorded in a stupefyingly large concrete warehouse in Tulsa. the space speaks in subconscious tones, rippling walls, ions seduced by power washes/ sunstorms. quiet resonant sections, pushing sound around upstairs, whistles. no post-processing, just edits and gain. good quality cut on black vinyl, run of 330. from a review in The Wire (Dec 06 "size matters"):: "Redglaer is Bob Bellerues experiment in harsh textural environments, and he finds himself a dandy of a harsh one inside a huge concrete warehouse in Tulsa. American Masonry is the celebration of the spaces acoustics. Filling the booming structure with dark rumbles, antic squeedles and sheer blather, Bellerue fully engages the cavernous sonics, creating chittering walls of echoed overtones and hints of eternal combustion. He roars through the space like a giant robot, spluttering sparks and evil intent all the way." black 10" 45rpm, plain chipboard jackets with hand-drawn stonrzen designs using ink and silver powder, each design differs. back cover color print glued on. color insert, plain silver labels. crystal-clear resealable sleeves. order soon, the best designs go first." - Anarchymoon.

Artist: REDWOUND
Title: Dark Bog Blaze
Format: LP
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $15.00
"Burning blisters in the bowels of a bayou petroleum biyotch. Redwound == Circuit Wound ++ Redglaer collab. Super-awesome screen printed fold-over jackets (silver ink on white), and on the blank side of the record (silver-red ink, looks like bloody grip tape), in a plastic sleeve. lim 129, get em quick"- Anarchymoon.

Artist: ROMAN TORMENT/FEED THE DRAGON
Title: Split
Format: 12"
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $10.00
"a floral assault of carbide-tipped blades, underground atomic collisions, dripping with sorbet and liquid silver. an unrelenting abuse of the artists ears and throats for our benefit. Feed the Dragon "Bromide Romance" - narcotic ritual. the history of desperate ages and the final moments of delivery into chaos / nothingness, scorpions erupting from cactii. who will be left to laugh about the death of civilization??? good loud cut on black 12" vinyl 45rpm, white jackets with color prints glued on the outside, color insert, plain gold labels. lim 300" - Anarchymoon.

Artist: SMEGMA
Title: The Smell Remains The Same
Format: LP
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $13.00
"Second in a slow series of 7" reissues, The Smell Remains The Same presents 10 tracks originally released in 1990-95 on 7" by various labels, including the impossible to find ? comp on Cavity Search records. (Literally, the title is ?). The tracks display Smegmas pioneering style of audiophile-lo-brow folk-noise-rock, in their early-middle age when they were surviving through the birth of grunge, alternative, and indie rock." - Anarchymoon.

Artist: WIESE, JOHN/DEAD MACHINES/DAMON ROMERO
Title: Friday the 13th
Format: Double LP
Label: Anarchymoon
Country: USA
Price: $26.00
"fierce live recording of this epic event on Jan 13, 2006. one side per set, including final side of 4-way collaboration. somehow they managed to fuse the minimal low-fi rig of Dead Machines with the maximal power cycle of Damion Romero and spatious neutron radiation of John Wiese, i was wondering how they were gonna pull it off.... it is a crunch-roaring bewilderment in sound. John Wiese - sonic landscapes that swirl and build, psychedelic even Dead Machines - slow grind through homemade speaker-suitcase. a groovy ride on nails and steel wool Damion Romero - physical psychic, you could feel it in the concrete floor 4-way collab - thunder-wail with flowers and sharks *****sonic hallucinations all 2xLP black vinyl, pro labels, high-quality 3color covers screened by Seizure Palace in the usual beyond-sick fashion on 12"x40" sheets. lim 515" - Anarchymoon.

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