Surprise: Pity Party!

Pity Party! is a live to 2" tape acoustic album from Richard Edwards, consisting of performances of songs from Lemon Cotton Candy Sunset, Sling Shot To Heaven (Margot & the Nuclear So and So's), the next solo album (????), as well as an unreleased track "In Some Dreams”. No overdubs, no comping, just some of Richard's best songs in their most intimate form.

This release is not available via record stores, limited to 1200 hand-numbered copies on electric blue vinyl. 1 out of 10 are signed by Richard.


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 . . .


Chris Schlarb's Psychic Temple IV

Records like Psychic Temple IV aren't made anymore. Maybe they never were.

Produced and composed by band/cult leader Chris Schlarb, Psychic Temple IV was recorded in Los Angeles over a series of eight large scale sessions. In the spirit of the classic Wrecking Crew sessions for Phil Spector and the Beach Boys.

There is magic in Psychic Temple IV. It's no more complicated than that. Listen and watch the new music video for “Turn Off The Lights” over on NPR.