Monday, March 31, 2008

Butthole's demo

Some guitarded-ass shit. Also peep their performance on the Scott & Gary show if you haven't already seent it. Paul Leary holding it down!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

"Jam The Jam" 12", QSD

Crack crack crack crack crack crack crack ....crack.

Sorry: no date. Also that is not the artwork

"There's Nothing In My Dreams," Girls With Attitude (2000)

Crazy bitches from Montreal,9171,128113,00.html

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Monday, March 17, 2008

The Animated Egg - 1967


Sheriff, self-titled 1979

In 1979, Sensations' Fix moved to Virginia and made this.

Gina X Performance - Voyeur - 1981

get sum gina

Tim Blake - Blake's New Jerusalem - 1978

Mr. Moonweed is a kind bud. Crystal Machine, Gong, partial bro of Hawkwind crew, busted Hillage's Fish Rising, jammed with Christian Boule, dude's just an all around prog madman. Some of these jams were played by Hawkwind live when Blake rocked the keys but solo versions ruling much harder. I think Spacemen 3 covered Lighthouse once or twice live, or maybe it was just Sonic Boom, can't remember = stoney daze. Anyway, here's dude's website.

Peepith LP here.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Harry Crews - Naked In Garden Hills - 1990

"Harry Crews was a short-lived hardcore / Thrash / No Wave band made up of Lydia Lunch (guitar), Kim Gordon (bass) and Sadie Mae (drums). Their one album, Naked In Garden Hills, was a compilation of live recordings at clubs in London, UK and Austria. The album was named after a novel by the author Harry Crews, and songs such as Car, The Knockout Artist and The Gospel Singer were also named after Crews' novels. The band also performed Sonic Youth's (She's In A) Bad Mood and Teenage Jesus & the Jerks' Orphans." -Wikipedia


Zazou/Bikaye/CY1 - Noir et Blanc - 1983

Afro-post-punk-electronic-funk collaboration between ex-ZNR Hector Zazou and Zairean singer Bony Bikaye backed by a band comprised of Fred Frith and several members of Aksak Maboul.


Friday, March 7, 2008

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Disco Inferno - D.I. Go Pop - 1994

link in comments

Minimal Man - Safari - 1984

"I invented Minimal Man as this wild person, and then I actualized it and took all kinds of drugs and stuff, because I felt guilty for not living up to this fiction." - Patrick Miller


Wednesday, March 5, 2008

The Screamers - Scuzzy The Death Cone Clown '78 Demos


Michael Snow - The Last LP - 1986(87?)

"In 1987, Snow issued The Last LP (Art Metropole), which purported to be a documentary disc of the dying gasps of ethnic musical cultures from around the globe including Tibet, Syria, India, China Brazil, Finland and elsewhere, with more thousands of words of pseudo-scholarly supplementary notes, but was, in fact, a series of multi-tracked recordings of Snow himself, who gave the joke away only in a single column of text in the disc's gatefold jacket, printed backwards and readable in a mirror. One track, purported to be a document of a coming-of-age ritual from Niger, is a pastiche of Whitney Houston's song "How Will I Know."" -Wikipedia

Canadian artist/filmaker Michael Snow was originally a professional Jazz musician and has made many rare recordings and countless performances of experimental and conceptual music since the 1970s. Now 78 years old, Snow still periodically performs in the Toronto area with his avant/free jazz/noise band CCMC. Can there be any such thing, Snow once asked, as "fake music"?

This now rare and expensive album was re-issued on CD by Art Metropole in 1994 as "The Last LP CD".


Antonio Variações - o corpo é que paga - 1983

Rap Archives Vol. 1 - 1996

track listing:
01. Intro
02. Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh
03. Zulu Nation Anniversary
04. Force MC's
05. Kool Moe Dee Vs Busy Bee
06. Fu Kwan Vs Roxanne
07. Biz Markie & Big Daddy Kane
08. Kool Moe Dee & Tla Rock
09. LL Cool J
10. Master Don
11. Run-DMC
12. DJ Cheese
13. Boogie Down Productions
14. The Message, The Word!!

ol skool here

The Voices Of East Harlem - Right On Be Free - 1970

crazy gospel-soul-funk madness! the best.
get it here

also, here's an amazing clip of them doing Shaker Life!

self-titled, MU (comp. 1971-4)

Merrell Fankhauser (The Exiles/Fapardokly/HMS Bounty) and friends, including Jeff Cotton (The Magic Band). "Blue Form" is the shit.


Culture Shock International, V/A 1988

(Sorry for ghetto image.)

Strange: I think this is out of Miami. Track one, Ray Love's "Rap Fiend," contains the heaviest, most expressive scratching ever recorded. Among other heavy elements. Track four, The Jury's "Slamming," contains most funniest raps aimed at those who don't party responsibly. Instead, buy Moët and split it with your homeboys...

Bumrush the dance floor

Eddie Gale - Ghetto Music - 1968

one of my all time favs!
get it here

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Wanna Give a Shout Out to My Main Man God

Risen Savior, Concrete Rubber Band (1974)

Universe, Universe (1977)

Brion Gysin - Self-Portrait Jumping - 1995

Featuring support from Lizzy Mercier Descloux, Don Cherry & more..


Latin-Trance Moves

© StSanders

Also see

V.A.- Musiques De L'O.N.F / Music of the N.F.B. - 1977

Fastidiously experimental electro-acoustic music produced for films and animations at the National Film Board of Canada between 1952-1971 including works by Norman Mclaren made by scratching directly onto film. Originally released on vinyl in 1977, now available as a 2CD set.

Maurice Blackburn/Norman McLaren-Blinkety Blank
Norman McLaren-Rythetic
Gabriel Charpentier-La Coute Echelle
Eldon Rathburn-Canon
Maurice Blackburn-Christmas Cracker
Pierre Mercure-La Forme Des Choses

Maurice Blackburn-Jour Apres Jour,
Norman McLaren-Neighbors
Gilles Tremblay-Dimension Soleils
Alain Clavier-Metadata.

Disc 1
Disc 2