This just in... Oneida joins the JNR Family!

We are pleased to announce that the one-and-only ONEIDA have officially joined the JNR family! Since their formation in Brooklyn, NY in 1997, the group has created some of the most fearlessly adventurous music known to man.

The band's new 2xLP album will be released early next year, but to celebrate our union with this experimental institution, we are immediately releasing a new 7" record, limited to 500 hand-numbered copies.

LISTEN to the song "Town Crier" over at Noisey

Order the ltd. 7" right here

Test Pressing Week is upon us!

We have a tradition here at JNR. Once a year, we make all of our super rare test pressings available to our loyal VIP Members. Only 5-15 copies of each test pressing exists in the world, including titles from WHY?, Dale Crover, Kishi Bashi, Deerhoof, Surfer Blood, Big Business, Richard Edwards, and others.

It's all going down on Monday November 27th & Tuesday November 28th at 12:00 Noon EST. Head over to the Test Pressing page to view the complete list of titles. And remember, you must be a VIP Member to gain access!


OUT NOW: Covers

Who doesn't love cover songs? The aptly named 'Covers' album features Surfer Blood covering some wildly disparate artists like Outkast, Pavement, Cream, Mudhoney, Modern English, and of course Polaris (aka, the theme-song from The Adventures of Pete & Pete).

This release is not available via record stores. Limited to 1000 foil-numbered.


THE TWIN, has arrived.

Performed by Sound of Ceres, produced & engineered by Alex Somers (Sigur Rós, Jónsi, Julianna Barwick) from his home-studio in Reykjavik, Iceland, The Twin is perhaps the most hauntingly fantastical album JNR has ever released.

Hints of '60s exotica, '70s AM radio, and symphonic grandeur weave through layers of rippling synths and shifting rhythms, like some kind of steam-powered alien machine. It's a hypnotizing leap forward for the band.



Maybe you've recognized, as we have, that we are simultaneously living in two worlds: one a maniacal, mainstream monoculture hell-bent on driving humankind into extinction, the other a churning underground teeming with ideas and dogged optimism and the will to thrive and survive.

Deerhoof's new album Mountain Moves refutes the former by ecstatically celebrating the latter.


Dale Crover The Fickle Finger Of Fate

Over 30 years after recording his first 7” with the Melvins, Dale presents to you his first full length solo album, The Fickle Finger of Fate, 20 new songs of anthemic heaviness and head-fuckery . . .