Jay Hinman at dynamitehemorrhage called Mr. Urbankill “one of the curators of our time,” and we wholeheartedly agree that he could be the son of god dogs. Essential listening (again):    

urbankill:

2014 MIX #11

Tracklisting:

   1. Súper Cadáver - Justicia                                     
   2. Donkiri - Fünf et Demi                                         
   3. POW! - Hangin’ Out (At Home)                        
   4. The Achtungs - I Don’t Want You         
   5. Sewers - Japanese Train Driver                  
   6. Future Spa - My Aunt Brian                         
   7. Pura Manía - La Estafa Musical                              
   8. Band of Bros - A Bro’s Dream / Goddamn / Beer Cup    
   9. Ivan The Tolerable - Saliva                    
  10. Monotony - Monotony                    
  11. P R I M E T I M E - Last Night                
  12. Clag - Twozza                                
  13. Keel Her - Go                                 
  14. Anna - Dino                 
  15. Trampoline Team - Hands Off            
  16. Scrabbled - Dead Noise               
  17. Dag - There’s A Power                               
  18. Telstar Drugs - Endless Straight                     
  19. Yak - The End                                       
  20. Orange - Hello Cunt                     
  21. FUTURs MORTs - Instead     
  22. Andre - Single Town                                        
  23. Reformer - Afterlife        
  24. Hamish Kilgour - Crazy Radiance                 
  25. Obnox - Boogalou Reed    

Stream on 8tracks
I’ll upload this to mediafire or dropbox tomorrow

(Mix # 1 | Mix #2 | Mix #3 | Mix #4 & #5 | Mix #6 & #7 | Mix #8 | Mix #9 & #10)

"…I have to say they are one of the best bands with too many guitars to come out of NYC in the past ten years or so."
LOWLIFE 16 1989 (page 22)
BAND OF SUSANS review by GLEN THRASHER, Editor "…I have to say they are one of the best bands with too many guitars to come out of NYC in the past ten years or so."
LOWLIFE 16 1989 (page 22)
BAND OF SUSANS review by GLEN THRASHER, Editor "…I have to say they are one of the best bands with too many guitars to come out of NYC in the past ten years or so."
LOWLIFE 16 1989 (page 22)
BAND OF SUSANS review by GLEN THRASHER, Editor

"…I have to say they are one of the best bands with too many guitars to come out of NYC in the past ten years or so."

LOWLIFE 16 1989 (page 22)

BAND OF SUSANS review by GLEN THRASHER, Editor

✩BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY✩ 7/22/14:
the DEAD SPACE  Faker cd/lp (12XU - 2014)
Wunderkind Quin Galavis foregrounds his low end and locks talons into Jenny Arthur’s muscle – she often plays open on the cymbals, which we love – and together they sculpt a low end crucible of shadow for Garrett Hadden’s gilded burns. Like just about everything else on 12xurecs, the ten songs on Faker stand apart from much of the sub underground pack via well honed idiosyncratic kapow. Sick. DO NOT MISS.
But don’t take our word for it. Click through the vid below of the DEAD SPACE performing ”You’re Fake” from February 2014 (courtesy Ángel Delgado-Reyes)   
pic credit: 12XU staff photographer
✩BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY✩ 7/22/14:
the DEAD SPACE  Faker cd/lp (12XU - 2014)
Wunderkind Quin Galavis foregrounds his low end and locks talons into Jenny Arthur’s muscle – she often plays open on the cymbals, which we love – and together they sculpt a low end crucible of shadow for Garrett Hadden’s gilded burns. Like just about everything else on 12xurecs, the ten songs on Faker stand apart from much of the sub underground pack via well honed idiosyncratic kapow. Sick. DO NOT MISS.
But don’t take our word for it. Click through the vid below of the DEAD SPACE performing ”You’re Fake” from February 2014 (courtesy Ángel Delgado-Reyes)   
pic credit: 12XU staff photographer

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY7/22/14:

the DEAD SPACE  Faker cd/lp (12XU - 2014)

  • Wunderkind Quin Galavis foregrounds his low end and locks talons into Jenny Arthur’s muscle – she often plays open on the cymbals, which we love – and together they sculpt a low end crucible of shadow for Garrett Hadden’s gilded burns. Like just about everything else on 12xurecs, the ten songs on Faker stand apart from much of the sub underground pack via well honed idiosyncratic kapow. Sick. DO NOT MISS.
  • But don’t take our word for it. Click through the vid below of the DEAD SPACE performing ”You’re Fake” from February 2014 (courtesy Ángel Delgado-Reyes)   
  • pic credit: 12XU staff photographer

"Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief  "Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief  "Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief 

"Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."

CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)

SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief 

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qny4/help-letha-rodman-melchior-conquer-cancer-
BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY! (7/21/14)
LETHA RODMAN MELCHIOR Handbook For Mortals LP (Siltbreeze - 2013)
One of our ✩BEST REASONS TO WRITE FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS IN 2013✩
This record demands encore engagements. Utterly gorgeous, with each piece unravelling like a slow motion ballet. These are the days of our lives: operatic, yet fleeting and forever haunted. You must.
According to Dan Melchior, Letha could use your help these days as she’s working through some difficult times,so please: https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qny4/help-letha-rodman-melchior-conquer-cancer-
Handbook For Mortals via midheaven
Letha: "When I lived in Chinatown on Canal Street in New York, I loved to lay in bed and listen to the vendors shouting, blending with the heavy traffic and tiny wind chimes; I would pretend I was someplace else, somewhere I didn’t know. I love that feeling. I  became interested in field recording after hearing Salmon Run by Graham Lambkin, and had found a website called The Quiet American. I began piecing my tracks together under the name Tretetam, and was influenced by Lambkin, Marcel Türkowsky, Emiliano Maggi, Moondog, Maya Deren’s films and more recently Aaron Dilloway’s Modern Jester and Ryan Martin’s York Factory Complaint / DeTrop. I also must say my husband Dan Melchior has been my musical hero since I met him in 1999.”



https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qny4/help-letha-rodman-melchior-conquer-cancer-
BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY! (7/21/14)
LETHA RODMAN MELCHIOR Handbook For Mortals LP (Siltbreeze - 2013)
One of our ✩BEST REASONS TO WRITE FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS IN 2013✩
This record demands encore engagements. Utterly gorgeous, with each piece unravelling like a slow motion ballet. These are the days of our lives: operatic, yet fleeting and forever haunted. You must.
According to Dan Melchior, Letha could use your help these days as she’s working through some difficult times,so please: https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qny4/help-letha-rodman-melchior-conquer-cancer-
Handbook For Mortals via midheaven
Letha: "When I lived in Chinatown on Canal Street in New York, I loved to lay in bed and listen to the vendors shouting, blending with the heavy traffic and tiny wind chimes; I would pretend I was someplace else, somewhere I didn’t know. I love that feeling. I  became interested in field recording after hearing Salmon Run by Graham Lambkin, and had found a website called The Quiet American. I began piecing my tracks together under the name Tretetam, and was influenced by Lambkin, Marcel Türkowsky, Emiliano Maggi, Moondog, Maya Deren’s films and more recently Aaron Dilloway’s Modern Jester and Ryan Martin’s York Factory Complaint / DeTrop. I also must say my husband Dan Melchior has been my musical hero since I met him in 1999.”



https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qny4/help-letha-rodman-melchior-conquer-cancer-
BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY! (7/21/14)
LETHA RODMAN MELCHIOR Handbook For Mortals LP (Siltbreeze - 2013)
One of our ✩BEST REASONS TO WRITE FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS IN 2013✩
This record demands encore engagements. Utterly gorgeous, with each piece unravelling like a slow motion ballet. These are the days of our lives: operatic, yet fleeting and forever haunted. You must.
According to Dan Melchior, Letha could use your help these days as she’s working through some difficult times,so please: https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qny4/help-letha-rodman-melchior-conquer-cancer-
Handbook For Mortals via midheaven
Letha: "When I lived in Chinatown on Canal Street in New York, I loved to lay in bed and listen to the vendors shouting, blending with the heavy traffic and tiny wind chimes; I would pretend I was someplace else, somewhere I didn’t know. I love that feeling. I  became interested in field recording after hearing Salmon Run by Graham Lambkin, and had found a website called The Quiet American. I began piecing my tracks together under the name Tretetam, and was influenced by Lambkin, Marcel Türkowsky, Emiliano Maggi, Moondog, Maya Deren’s films and more recently Aaron Dilloway’s Modern Jester and Ryan Martin’s York Factory Complaint / DeTrop. I also must say my husband Dan Melchior has been my musical hero since I met him in 1999.”

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qny4/help-letha-rodman-melchior-conquer-cancer-

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY! (7/21/14)

LETHA RODMAN MELCHIOR Handbook For Mortals LP (Siltbreeze - 2013)

  • This record demands encore engagements. Utterly gorgeous, with each piece unravelling like a slow motion ballet. These are the days of our lives: operatic, yet fleeting and forever haunted. You must.
  • Letha: "When I lived in Chinatown on Canal Street in New York, I loved to lay in bed and listen to the vendors shouting, blending with the heavy traffic and tiny wind chimes; I would pretend I was someplace else, somewhere I didn’t know. I love that feeling. I  became interested in field recording after hearing Salmon Run by Graham Lambkin, and had found a website called The Quiet American. I began piecing my tracks together under the name Tretetam, and was influenced by Lambkin, Marcel Türkowsky, Emiliano Maggi, Moondog, Maya Deren’s films and more recently Aaron Dilloway’s Modern Jester and Ryan Martin’s York Factory Complaint / DeTrop. I also must say my husband Dan Melchior has been my musical hero since I met him in 1999.”

You know who digs TOBI VAIL? Fuckin’ Record Reviews digs TOBI VAIL! - from Jigsaw zine to BIKINI KILL to Kill Rock Stars action to the OLD HAUNTS and beyond.
You know what TIM HINELY is good for besides fuckin’ record reviews in Dagger and barbecues? Birthday reminders! 
…and what did Tim remind us of today? It’s TOBI VAIL’s birthday! She’s 45, which is aces up and spinnin’, cuz 45s are cool. Like Tobi. Got it? Good. G’night.
Tobi Vail bloggin’ at jigsaw undergound.
From the vaults of fuckinrecordreviews:


"…contains some startling offshoots that’ll leave you scraping your hairy jaw off the floorboards."
DAMP #5 1990 (page archer)
Review of The GO TEAM by KEVIN KRAYNICK, Editor
The GO TEAM for Archer Come Sparrow =  Calvin Johnson + Tobi Vail + Brad Manta with Pat Maley, Steve Fisk, Rich Jensen, Curt Homan and Lois Maffeo (1989)

You know who digs TOBI VAIL? Fuckin’ Record Reviews digs TOBI VAIL! - from Jigsaw zine to BIKINI KILL to Kill Rock Stars action to the OLD HAUNTS and beyond.
You know what TIM HINELY is good for besides fuckin’ record reviews in Dagger and barbecues? Birthday reminders! 
…and what did Tim remind us of today? It’s TOBI VAIL’s birthday! She’s 45, which is aces up and spinnin’, cuz 45s are cool. Like Tobi. Got it? Good. G’night.
Tobi Vail bloggin’ at jigsaw undergound.
From the vaults of fuckinrecordreviews:


"…contains some startling offshoots that’ll leave you scraping your hairy jaw off the floorboards."
DAMP #5 1990 (page archer)
Review of The GO TEAM by KEVIN KRAYNICK, Editor
The GO TEAM for Archer Come Sparrow =  Calvin Johnson + Tobi Vail + Brad Manta with Pat Maley, Steve Fisk, Rich Jensen, Curt Homan and Lois Maffeo (1989)

You know who digs TOBI VAIL? Fuckin’ Record Reviews digs TOBI VAIL! - from Jigsaw zine to BIKINI KILL to Kill Rock Stars action to the OLD HAUNTS and beyond.
You know what TIM HINELY is good for besides fuckin’ record reviews in Dagger and barbecues? Birthday reminders! 
…and what did Tim remind us of today? It’s TOBI VAIL’s birthday! She’s 45, which is aces up and spinnin’, cuz 45s are cool. Like Tobi. Got it? Good. G’night.
Tobi Vail bloggin’ at jigsaw undergound.
From the vaults of fuckinrecordreviews:


"…contains some startling offshoots that’ll leave you scraping your hairy jaw off the floorboards."
DAMP #5 1990 (page archer)
Review of The GO TEAM by KEVIN KRAYNICK, Editor
The GO TEAM for Archer Come Sparrow =  Calvin Johnson + Tobi Vail + Brad Manta with Pat Maley, Steve Fisk, Rich Jensen, Curt Homan and Lois Maffeo (1989)
  • You know who digs TOBI VAILFuckin’ Record Reviews digs TOBI VAIL! - from Jigsaw zine to BIKINI KILL to Kill Rock Stars action to the OLD HAUNTS and beyond.
  • You know what TIM HINELY is good for besides fuckin’ record reviews in Dagger and barbecues? Birthday reminders! 
  • …and what did Tim remind us of today? It’s TOBI VAIL’s birthday! She’s 45, which is aces up and spinnin’, cuz 45s are cool. Like Tobi. Got it? Good. G’night.

"…contains some startling offshoots that’ll leave you scraping your hairy jaw off the floorboards."

DAMP #5 1990 (page archer)

Review of The GO TEAM by KEVIN KRAYNICK, Editor

The GO TEAM for Archer Come Sparrow =  Calvin Johnson + Tobi Vail + Brad Manta with Pat MaleySteve FiskRich JensenCurt Homan and Lois Maffeo (1989)

The sweetheart beaus of WATERY LOVE (aka wooderylove), 2014 edition - Ben, Max and Richie (Mike got lost between the kitchen and the listening room). Philadelphia, PA 7/19/14
Much gratitude to 45labelwhore.
The work of Fuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition inches forward.​

The sweetheart beaus of WATERY LOVE (aka wooderylove), 2014 edition - Ben, Max and Richie (Mike got lost between the kitchen and the listening room). Philadelphia, PA 7/19/14

Much gratitude to 45labelwhore.

The work of Fuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition inches forward.​

"…edges are dark."
FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)
JOHN & BEVERLEY MARTYN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer
The context for Byron’s Father Yod catalogue is here.
Clearly pictured: the 1970 New Zealand pink label of this heavy rec.
"…edges are dark."
FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)
JOHN & BEVERLEY MARTYN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer
The context for Byron’s Father Yod catalogue is here.
Clearly pictured: the 1970 New Zealand pink label of this heavy rec.
"…edges are dark."
FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)
JOHN & BEVERLEY MARTYN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer
The context for Byron’s Father Yod catalogue is here.
Clearly pictured: the 1970 New Zealand pink label of this heavy rec.

"…edges are dark."

FATHER YOD #16 catalogue (1995?)

JOHN & BEVERLEY MARTYN review by BYRON COLEY, Dealer

  • Clearly pictured: the 1970 New Zealand pink label of this heavy rec.

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY! (7/19/14)
CIVIL UNION Civil Union cassette (self-released?/bandcamp DL)
Auckland trio of “2 guys and a girl” who apparently enjoy posing in front of beer trucks, but nevertheless churn out a dark clanging mono flow of transgressive depth. Warm as an oven though and very worthy of investigation.
Also, they’re touring the USA at this very moment (July/August 2014 for those of you in the future reading this on exoplanet Kepler-19c). Check your local listings…fuck it, here ya’ go:
7/19: Austin, TX @ Beerland
7/21: Denton, TX @ House party
7/23: Memphis, TN @ The Buccaneer
7/24: Nashville, TN @ Betty’s
7/25: Atlanta, GA @ 529 w/ Vincas ☭
7/26: Charlotte, NC @ Area 15 ☭
7/27: Washington, DC @ TBC w/ Brainworm
7/28: Philadelphia, PA @ The Nuthouse w/ Cousin Brian
7/29: Bloomfield, NJ @ TBC
7/30: Baltimore, MD @ Windup Space
7/31: Holyoke, MA @ Rowhaus ✄
8/1: Cambridge, MA @ The Plough and Stars ✄
8/2: New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine ✄
8/3: New York, NY @ Death By Audio ✄
8/4: New York, NY @ The Cake Shop ✄
8/5: New York, NY @ TBC w/ Bible Gun ✄
☂ = with Broken Water☭ = with WYMYNS PRYSYN✄ = with Estrogen Highs BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY! (7/19/14)
CIVIL UNION Civil Union cassette (self-released?/bandcamp DL)
Auckland trio of “2 guys and a girl” who apparently enjoy posing in front of beer trucks, but nevertheless churn out a dark clanging mono flow of transgressive depth. Warm as an oven though and very worthy of investigation.
Also, they’re touring the USA at this very moment (July/August 2014 for those of you in the future reading this on exoplanet Kepler-19c). Check your local listings…fuck it, here ya’ go:
7/19: Austin, TX @ Beerland
7/21: Denton, TX @ House party
7/23: Memphis, TN @ The Buccaneer
7/24: Nashville, TN @ Betty’s
7/25: Atlanta, GA @ 529 w/ Vincas ☭
7/26: Charlotte, NC @ Area 15 ☭
7/27: Washington, DC @ TBC w/ Brainworm
7/28: Philadelphia, PA @ The Nuthouse w/ Cousin Brian
7/29: Bloomfield, NJ @ TBC
7/30: Baltimore, MD @ Windup Space
7/31: Holyoke, MA @ Rowhaus ✄
8/1: Cambridge, MA @ The Plough and Stars ✄
8/2: New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine ✄
8/3: New York, NY @ Death By Audio ✄
8/4: New York, NY @ The Cake Shop ✄
8/5: New York, NY @ TBC w/ Bible Gun ✄
☂ = with Broken Water☭ = with WYMYNS PRYSYN✄ = with Estrogen Highs

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY! (7/19/14)

CIVIL UNION Civil Union cassette (self-released?/bandcamp DL)

  • Auckland trio of “2 guys and a girl” who apparently enjoy posing in front of beer trucks, but nevertheless churn out a dark clanging mono flow of transgressive depth. Warm as an oven though and very worthy of investigation.
  • Also, they’re touring the USA at this very moment (July/August 2014 for those of you in the future reading this on exoplanet Kepler-19c). Check your local listings…fuck it, here ya’ go:
  • 7/19: Austin, TX @ Beerland
  • 7/21: Denton, TX @ House party
  • 7/23: Memphis, TN @ The Buccaneer
  • 7/24: Nashville, TN @ Betty’s
  • 7/25: Atlanta, GA @ 529 w/ Vincas ☭
  • 7/26: Charlotte, NC @ Area 15 ☭
  • 7/27: Washington, DC @ TBC w/ Brainworm
  • 7/28: Philadelphia, PA @ The Nuthouse w/ Cousin Brian
  • 7/29: Bloomfield, NJ @ TBC
  • 7/30: Baltimore, MD @ Windup Space
  • 7/31: Holyoke, MA @ Rowhaus ✄
  • 8/1: Cambridge, MA @ The Plough and Stars ✄
  • 8/2: New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine ✄
  • 8/3: New York, NY @ Death By Audio ✄
  • 8/4: New York, NY @ The Cake Shop ✄
  • 8/5: New York, NY @ TBC w/ Bible Gun ✄

☂ = with Broken Water
☭ = with WYMYNS PRYSYN
✄ = with Estrogen Highs

For those in the back of the room, liquidnoon asked, “Where will these be available?”
Mr./Ms. liquidnoon is referring to Fuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition, which we  announced yesterday via this very tumblr. Good question!
Here’s the inside scoop: While we almost clinched an exclusive distro deal with Whole Foods LLC, their attorneys balked at the word Fuckin’ and suggested - insisted - we change the name to Funny Record Reviews.  We gave it some thought, but in the end could not countenance such an incursion into the spirit of our venture.
That doesn’t mean we aren’t interested in selling out, so to speak. Of course we’d sell out! It just has to be the right fit, y’know? Plus our company car lease is up in August, so if any automobile manufacturers out there want an image boost, we’re open to collaboration. 
As it stands, we’re aiming for FunnyFuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition to be available from all the respectable distros and stores who would carry sucha thing. You know who they are, and when we make those arrangements we’ll let you know what you already know. A direct Paypal account will also be set up. Stay tuned. 
In the mean time, OBNOX’s video for “Red I” (below) is worth enjoying many times today.  Buy 2014’s Louder Space at the 12XU bigcartel, why not? 
For those in the back of the room, liquidnoon asked, “Where will these be available?”
Mr./Ms. liquidnoon is referring to Fuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition, which we  announced yesterday via this very tumblr. Good question!
Here’s the inside scoop: While we almost clinched an exclusive distro deal with Whole Foods LLC, their attorneys balked at the word Fuckin’ and suggested - insisted - we change the name to Funny Record Reviews.  We gave it some thought, but in the end could not countenance such an incursion into the spirit of our venture.
That doesn’t mean we aren’t interested in selling out, so to speak. Of course we’d sell out! It just has to be the right fit, y’know? Plus our company car lease is up in August, so if any automobile manufacturers out there want an image boost, we’re open to collaboration. 
As it stands, we’re aiming for FunnyFuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition to be available from all the respectable distros and stores who would carry sucha thing. You know who they are, and when we make those arrangements we’ll let you know what you already know. A direct Paypal account will also be set up. Stay tuned. 
In the mean time, OBNOX’s video for “Red I” (below) is worth enjoying many times today.  Buy 2014’s Louder Space at the 12XU bigcartel, why not? 
For those in the back of the room, liquidnoon asked, “Where will these be available?”
Mr./Ms. liquidnoon is referring to Fuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition, which we  announced yesterday via this very tumblr. Good question!
Here’s the inside scoop: While we almost clinched an exclusive distro deal with Whole Foods LLC, their attorneys balked at the word Fuckin’ and suggested - insisted - we change the name to Funny Record Reviews.  We gave it some thought, but in the end could not countenance such an incursion into the spirit of our venture.
That doesn’t mean we aren’t interested in selling out, so to speak. Of course we’d sell out! It just has to be the right fit, y’know? Plus our company car lease is up in August, so if any automobile manufacturers out there want an image boost, we’re open to collaboration. 
As it stands, we’re aiming for FunnyFuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition to be available from all the respectable distros and stores who would carry sucha thing. You know who they are, and when we make those arrangements we’ll let you know what you already know. A direct Paypal account will also be set up. Stay tuned. 
In the mean time, OBNOX’s video for “Red I” (below) is worth enjoying many times today.  Buy 2014’s Louder Space at the 12XU bigcartel, why not? 

For those in the back of the room, liquidnoon asked, “Where will these be available?”

  • Here’s the inside scoop: While we almost clinched an exclusive distro deal with Whole Foods LLC, their attorneys balked at the word Fuckin’ and suggested - insisted - we change the name to Funny Record Reviews We gave it some thought, but in the end could not countenance such an incursion into the spirit of our venture.
  • That doesn’t mean we aren’t interested in selling out, so to speak. Of course we’d sell out! It just has to be the right fit, y’know? Plus our company car lease is up in August, so if any automobile manufacturers out there want an image boost, we’re open to collaboration. 
  • As it stands, we’re aiming for FunnyFuckin’ Record Reviews #1: The Print Edition to be available from all the respectable distros and stores who would carry sucha thing. You know who they are, and when we make those arrangements we’ll let you know what you already know. A direct Paypal account will also be set up. Stay tuned.