• Lusitania s/t LP

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    The first full length release from Lusitania (Phoenix, AZ). Deviant and terrorizing Black Metal from members of Gay Kiss, Dealing, Sacred Followers, and Detached Objects. A voice of the total loss of all hope.

    You're completely justified in your murderous rage, knowing that you'll find no solace in this life sentence with no retribution. For fans of cold-blooded malice and no looking back. 
    Missing for twenty-five years and never coming back. 
    War is hell.

    Featuring artwork and photos by Mike Martinez and liner notes by Max G Morton.

    On clear with black and blue mix 
    Limited to 300 copies.




  • Mix 153


    Mix 153  A GHOUL RETURNS
    01 The Turtles - Grim Reaper of Love
    02 Tropic of Cancer - The One Left
    03 Michael Hurley - Werewolf
    04 The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Second Sighting
    05 Cheap Trick - Gonna Raise Hell
    06 Earth - There Is a Serpent Coming
    07 The Shadows of Knight - Dark Side
    08 Broadcast - Collatina Is Coming
    09 The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band - I Won't Hurt You
    10 Sibylle Baier - I Lost Something in the Hills
    11 Jozef Van Wissem / SQÜRL - The Taste of Blood
    12 Topaz Rags - Mind Power
    13 Barn Owl - Incantation
    14 Beak> - Deserters
    15 Dave Bixby - Peace

    October Mind-Zone Forever

    by Garrett Crowe

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  • Mix 152


    01 Carlos Giffoni - Lift
    02 Coil - Where Even The Darkness Is Something To See
    03 Braille - Trapecio
    04 The Get Hustle - Lost Cities Of Gold (Piano Piece)
    05 Demdike Stare - The Stars Are Moving
    06 Günter Maas - Molom-Takis-Kawak-Ses
    07 Andrew Chalk - Golden Hand
    08 Pink Floyd - Absolutely Curtains

    By William Cody Watson

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  • Mix 151


    Mix 151 “Look Into The Crystal”
    An Informal Survey of Cinematic Sounds of the 1970's, Vol. II (1970-1981)

    1. James William Guerico, “Overture” (Electra Glide in Blue, d. Guerico, 1973)
    2. John Yager, “Benson, Arizona” (Dark Star, d. Carpenter, 1974)
    3. Marty Robbins & Frank De Vol, “A Man and a Train” (Emperor of the North Pole, d. Aldrich, 1973)
    4. Ronee Blakely & Pino Donaggio, “China 9 Love Ballad” (China 9 Liberty 37, d. Hellman, 1978)
    5. Al Pacino & Powers Boothe, “Scarf Choice” (excerpt from Cruising, d. Friedkin, 1980)
    6. Improved Sound Limited, “Suicide Road” (Kings of the Road, d. Wenders, 1976)
    7. David Munrow, “Zed’s Memories” (excerpt from Zardoz, d. Boorman, 1973)
    8. Joe Delia & Artie Kaplan, “Ms. 45 Dance Party” (Ms. 45, d. Ferrara, 1981)
    9. Merry Clayton, “Lift Every Voice and Sing” (Brewster McCloud, d. Altman, 1970)
    10. David Munrow, “Monster in Our Midst” (excerpt from Zardoz, d. Boorman, 1973)
    11. Mike Curb Congregation, “Burning Bridges” (Kelly’s Heroes, d. Hutton, 1970)
    12. Barry DeVorzon & Perry Botkin Jr., “Nadia’s Theme” (Young and the Restless, 1973)
    13. David Munrow, “Erotic Simulation” (excerpt from Zardoz, d. Boorman, 1973)
    14. Tangerine Dream, “Creation” (Sorcerer, d. Friedkin, 1977)
    15. Barbara Streisand, “Prisoner” (The Eyes of Laura Mars, d. Kershner, 1978)
    16. The Cripples, “Hypnotize” (Cruising, d. William Friedkin, 1977)
    17. Ruthie Gordon, “The Garlic Waltz” (Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers, d. Blank, 1980)
    18. Ry Cooder, “Southern Comfort Theme” (Southern Comfort, d. Hill, 1981)
    19. Bob Dylan, “Final Theme” (Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, d. Peckinpah, 1973)
    20. David Munrow, “The Crystal” (excerpt from Zardoz, d. Boorman, 1973)
    21. Craig Safan, “Confrontation” (Thief, d. Mann, 1981)

    By Eric Marsh

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  • Mix 150

    Mix 151 Getting over it, in a 90's kind of light
    01 The Bats - Had to be you
    02 Bridget St.John -I don't know if I Can Take It
    03 Charalambides - Hours
    04 The Clean - Platypus
    05 The Cleaners from Venus - Only a shadow
    06 Colin Newman - Not Me
    07 Fabulous Stains - Waste of time
    08 Family Fodder - Savoir Faire
    09 Fleetwood Mac - Sentimental Lady
    10 Hermine - Waiting
    11 The Mice - Little rage
    12 Psychedelic Furs - The Fall
    13 Rexy - Perfect Day
    14 Rolling Stones - If you let me
    15 Samhain - To Walk the Night
    16 Shocking Pinks - This Aching Deal
    17 Shop Assistants - Looking Back
    18 Simply Saucer - Bullet Proof Nothing
    19 Starjets - One More Word
    20 This Mortal Coil - Kangaroo
    21 The Triffids - Beautiful Waste
    22 Tronics - Crush on You
    23 V-3 - Bristol Girl

    By Joshua Rievel

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  • Night Flights 005

    The Killing Season 4
    The first scene had me right until the last episode. I invest almost a season worth of Sundays so I had to see it through. The second season felt like work and I was happy to hear it got the axe. When the third started I guess I was bored, however I loved its Streetwise worship. The channeling of Mary Ellen Mark had me hooked. Anyone who has spent some time downtown Seattle has experienced a Tiny or Rat. When it ended, I felt relief. There's no third time's a charm in TV Land. I never thought about it again until Netflix reanimated it. Fucking necromancy. I figured well.., it's no longer a weekly battle and they can cuss and it's only a few episodes. As usual, I dug its lead chemistry until the happy fast forward into the future love story ending. I think one of the things that kept me coming back is how awful these people are. Fascinating how a show pulled no punches on its lead characters. Linden is the worst mother and Holder is a classic addict that doesn't know when to bite his tongue. The pain these two own and how they choose to direct is refreshing and honest but I hope this is finally the end of these two. 

    Blue Ruin
    Not sure what I like more, a good exploding head scene or a nod to El Duce. 

    Hemlock Grove 2
    This gypsy wolf, billionaire vampire club show sucks the big one but man, do I love it. I get so lost in its landscape that I hit a minor spell of depression when each season comes to a close, no matter how bad it is. I'd like to meet the sorceress behind this one. 

    Bojack Horseman 
    Gob as a washed-up addict horse is fucking fantastic. So well done you forget it's a horse in a half human world cartoon. Second to the last episode takes a great Fritz the Cat style drug overdose in toonville. Can't wait for season two. Beyond recommended. It cured my week of pre-TNT Fest night-terrors.

    The Dog
    John Wojtowicz was a motherfucker. New York does not make them like this anymore. I have seen Dog Day Afternoon a good fifty times but never pried into the real life of this story. The homosexuality was really muted in the film. Besides knowing the bank was robbed for Ernest Aron's (later to be known as Elizabeth Debbie Eden) sex change I was really clueless on anything else re: that hot day's events. I didn't know Salvatore Naturale was gay, though Elton John "Amoreena" should have been a dead giveaway. Gay, shmay... who gives a fuck where John Wojtowicz's dick went. What matters is that he was a sober, pervert, outlaw son of a bitch. Literally. His mother who outlived him was a real firecracker. One of the best documentaries in years. Totally inspiring. I live for viewing lives of characters that no longer exist in today's city. Hail yesterday's outlaws. A must for anyone who's ever played Laughing Hyenas "Love's My Only Crime"  again and again. 

    Under The Skin
    So a Brother From Another Planet/Man Who Fell From Earth jam with a female lead is what it took for Scar Jo to shed her clothes? Respect

    Where does one pee and poop on a train that hasn't stopped moving in 14 years. Why, if you are sealed in for for your very survival during the return of the Ice Age, would you fire your gun at a glass window? There's so many unanswered questions, but if you ignore them it's an entertaining ride around Apocalyptic Thunder Mountain. I rode it three times. 

    The Quiet Ones
    English accents, early '80s period pieces and Dream Machines will get me anytime. I wasted my money but had to find out for myself. It's truly an awful picture. I participated in the New Museum's Brion Gysin show a few years back and spent a half dozen times with the Dream Machine. The result each time ended in violence and ghosts. It was an awful month of hellish energy and a series of depressive attacks. If only this movie conjured those vibes. 

    Super Duper Alice Cooper
    I love pre-Constrictor Alice Cooper (Yea I dig DaDa and Zipper Catches Skin) but I hate Vincent Damon Furnier, the Golf-Obsessed Republican Sports Bar owner. This documentary is fantastic and made me remember why I love Alice and why he played such a big part of my early years. Only thing I have to ask is where the fuck is Michael Bruce? Can't believe he's totally cut out of the Alice Story. Lame. 

    Only Lovers Left Alive
    This one is up there with Near Dark and Martin for me in the tired fang-baring genre. It's one of the best vampire movies in decades. Jarmusch never makes the same movie twice which makes him one of the very few directors that I look forward to a new release from. Everything about this one is flawless. Films are supposed to take us away to another realm for a few hours and then some. I could live in this world Jarmusch shot. Really dug this one. Check it out. 

    Zero Theorem
    Terry found his Brazil in 2014. Stay weird. Joe Cole would have loved this. 

    I am not a girl, therefore I have no desire to spend 90 minutes in a car with Tom Hardy. 

    Saved By The Bell Lifetime Movie
    Okay, it's a Lifetime Movie so I get the lack of sex, drugs and freestyle but, man, Bret Easton Ellis should jump on this story. His AIDS-y gloss could really give this demented tale of bright plaid patterns the high heel stab in the eye it needs. If it had the right director, in an NC-17 world I would love it. 


  • Mix 149


    Mix 149: In Misery Comes Wisdom
    01 Diamanda Galás - V. How Shall Our Judgement Be Carried Out Upon the Wicked
    02 Popol Vuh - Matra 1
    03 Abigor - I Face The Eternal Winter
    04 Amon Düül II - Kanaan
    05 Ain Soph - Gradalis
    06 The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud - Untitled
    07 The Angelic Process - Million Year Summer
    08 Can - Thief
    09 Pink Floyd - The Narrow Way - Part 2
    10 Asmus Tietchens - Studie Für Glasspiel
    11 Archgoat - The Light - Devouring Darkness
    12 Ennio Morricone - Il deserto
    13 blsphm - Black Road
    14 Gila - Around Midnight
    15 Gas - Untitled
    16 Arvo Pärt - Szeroka Woda 2
    17 Bruce Springsteen - My Father's House
    18 Deutsch Nepal - Nonexistence
    19 Death in June - The Honour of Silence
    20 Igor Wakhévitch - Amenthi (Attente De La Seconde Mort)
    21 Craft - Destroy the Signs
    22 L'Acephale - The Book of Lies
    23 Current 93 - Soft Black Stars
    24 Jack Rose - Crossing the Great Waters
    25 Coil presents Black Light District - Blue Rats
    26 Middle Eastern Classical Oud - Track One
    27 Paysage D'Hiver - Der Baummann
    28 Pentagram - The Ghoul
    29 Poison Ring - Miserere
    30 Ziz - Fimm

    by Kevin Gan Yuen

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  • Mix 148


    Mix 148  Stay Down Here Where You Belong
    1. Glorious Din - Tenement Roofs
    2. Die Kastrierten Philosophen - Endzeitliebe
    3. The Monks - Complication
    4. Red Zebra - I Can't Live In A Living Room
    5. Ramleh - Leavin' Here
    6. 391 - Menaced By Nightingales
    7. Chris & Cosey - Just Like You
    8. Jesus & Mary Chain - In A Hole
    9. T.A.S.K. - All I Wish
    10. Claudine Clark - Walkin' Through A Cemetery
    11. The Stooges - No Fun
    12. Blitz - Solar
    13. The Smiths - I won’t Share You

    by Josh Bosarge


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  • Mix 147


    Mix 147 Chrysalis Punctured
    01 Tim Hecker "Prism" (Kranky)
    02 Orbital "The Girl With The Sun In Her Head" (FFRR)
    03 Surgeon "Radiance" (Dynamic Tension)
    04 Rrose "Secretion" (Sandwell District)
    05 Vainqueur "Lyot (Original Mix)" (Maurizio)
    06 The Creatures "Sky Train" (Wonderland)
    07 Raspberry Bulbs "Lusty Climbing" (Blackest Ever Black)
    08 Swans "Mother, My Body Disgusts Me" (Young God)
    10 Lussuria "Coiled Serpent Sheddings" (Hospital Productions)
    11 Muslimgauze "Cyst" (Product Kinematograph)
    12 Dalhous "Success Is Her Sensuality" (Blackest Ever Black)
    13 Coil "Theme From Derek Jarman's 'Blue' (Excerpt)" (Threshold House)
    14 Magazine "The Light Pours Out Of Me" (Virgin)
    15 Silicon Teens "Sun Flight" (Mute)

    By Kerri LeBon 

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  • Night Flights 004

    Empire Records (1995)
    Took me a decade to watch this one and about five years after that to fully embrace it but now, oddly, it's comfort food. Earthlings - please love this film because it will most likely be the last one that ever takes place in a record store. A nice time capsule to dig up on the decade where punk broke, kids dyed their hair and everyone everywhere bought music. The world was a better, happier place with record stores and no internet. 

    The Raid 2 (2014)
    Sure, The Raid was awesome. But The Raid 2 is even better. Way better. Paying homage to Lady Snowblood, The Game of Death, Versus, Oldboy, The Warriors and Barry Lyndon, this is one of the smartest and most violent movies of the decade. If not of all time. Beyond recommended. 

    Ping Pong Summer (2014)
    I am such a cunt for watching this-- and an even bigger one for paying to rent it. Am I that dissatisfied with 2014 America that I would sit on my couch melting with no air conditioner to get a glimpse of the summer ghosts of the arcade age? What is a time machine that lands you in the 80s on a beach where the youth are vidiots and you don't see any boobs. A bogus adventure for sure. 

    The Way Way Back (2013)
    I will smash Steve Carell if I ever see him. He was too convincing as his role of the low self esteem, single mother predator. It was too real and almost too painful to watch. Great job, dick. 

    The Sacrament (2013)
    Ti West has always let me down. It's a run of the mill case of blue balls. Dirty photos and a filthy mouth and then zero action. Well thank you Eli Roth for teaching this dude how to fuck. The Sacrament is one of the best films of the year and best horror stories in years. A true nightmare worthy of repeat visits. "Father" is perhaps the best character in nightmare film since Captain Spaulding. If you are looking for some answers and want to spend a night with a new family, The Sacrament is the light you been searching for. Drink the Kool-Aid!

    Stage Fright (2014)
    Sometimes on Friday nights I rent summer camp slasher musicals only because Meatloaf is in it. This was no Bat Out Of Hell, but what is?

    Halt and Catch Fire (2014)
    I keep watching every Sunday although nothing is really happening. If you are continuing to read any review I write you know that I love looking back. Cameron is cute and looks like the mannequins in the Miami mall in 82 when Combat Rock was all the rage. If anything I give props to any show who puts Gary Floyd on prime time. Fuck yea. Dicks "Rich Daddy" made its way into TV land.  Well played, AMC. 

    Witching and Bitching (2013)
    Álex de la Iglesia who gave us one of my favorite film of the 90's, The Day of the Beast, has done it again. A robbery takes a wrong turn and hits an impenetrable forest inhabited by a group of cannibalistic witches. I am stopping here because seeing is believing and this breath of fresh air in a shit summer of sequels and sacrilegious remakes is a must. 

    Body Double (1984)
    This movie has two things I love about LA. 1. The modernist octagon house known as the Chemosphere and 2. Tower video. This is one of my favorite De Palma films.  I watched it a lot while my parents got a divorce. Love the MTV/Dark Bros acid video wet dream scenes. 

    Bijou (1972)
    Why take poppers when you have Wakefield Poole now on DVD?

    The Devil Rides Out (1968)
    "He may even be an Ipsissimus."

    Young Turks (2013)

    I hate modern art culture about as much as I hate what downtown LA has become, so I guess this was sort of a love/hate experience for me. Definitely a cool watch even though it took me a week to get through, with some interesting characters like Marc Kreisel who owned Al's Bar. This Super 8 film shows the highs and lows of downtown LA art scene from 1977 to 1981. 

    Let's Scare Jessica to Death (1971)
    Probably the greatest thing to come out of Connecticut. Yes, even better than Obsession's Marshall Law LP. Slow and creepy. Just like any post-city mental breakdown that plays out in haunted Old Saybrook should be. Reminds me of hippies and their haunted homes that my parents would take me to as a kid in the 70s. A movie like this could never get made these days. The internet killed the atmosphere of a good ghost story. 



  • EIS 007 Current with the Past

    EIS 007 Current with the Past
    A story of seclusion, discovery, creation, and worship.

    Originally released in 1969, Dave Bixby’s Ode to Quetzacoatl is considered an underground classic in the psychedelic folk genre. With tracks such as "Drug Song" and "666", the album remains dark, revelatory, and spiritual even in the 21st century. For years, rumors of Bixby's disappearance and death spread amongst listeners. No one knew his story or his whereabouts or what influenced him to create an album dedicated to a Mesoamerican deity. He was a mystery.
    In Episode 007, Everything Is Stories finds Dave Bixby in Northern Arizona where he shares his incredible adventures with hallucinogens in the 60s, a Christian cult in the 70s, sailing the open sea alone in the 80s, and what exactly influenced him to produce an album named after a feathered serpent.

    Produced by Garrett Crowe, Mike Martinez, and Tyler Wray

    Additional music by Khris Reinshagen of Nostilevo & Men of Bissau

  • Mix 146


    MIX 146 X-Ray My Mind

    [0:00-7:20] Péter Eötvös - Cricket Music / Sequences of the Wind
    [0:05-7:10] Unguent - Mars Ribbon
    [2:10-6:50] Conrad Schnitzler - Ballet Statique
    [3:50-9:25] Meredith Monk - Travellers 5
    [5:20-9:55] Aril Brikha - Groove La Chord
    [7:10-11:35] Microstoria - Mem.brand
    [7:40-9:30] Maher Shalal Hash Baz - Blues du Jour Am 8.6.01
    [7:50-9:25] Traditional Music of Peru: Ayacucho Region - Harawi
    [9:30-17:10] T.H. "Vikku" Vinayakram - Honeymoon
    [10:05-12:35] Shadow Ring - X -Ray My Mind
    [11:30-13:10] Ensemble des gongs des Mnonng Rlâm - Funérailles
    [12:30-15:40] Carl Crack - Kr-6200
    [13:20-17:40] Giuseppe Ielasi - (Another) Stunt Untitled 4
    [15:15-20-40] Mark Hollis - A Life (1895-1915)
    [17:00-18:50] François Bayle - Rosace 1
    [18:40-25:00] Kammerflimmer Kollektief - Faller
    [20:20-25:20] Town & Country - But The Lids
    [21:55-26:15] Derek Bailey - Niigata Snow
    [24:55-26:20] Peru (D. Lewiston) - Carnaval de Colca: Vilcas Plazapi
    [26:05-28:55] To Rococo Rot - Freitag
    [26:25-29:10] Cristina Banegas - Comentário XI

    By Glochids

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