A variety of out-of-print titles from the back catalogue. These releases were originally issued on CD-R or cassette and generally original from our former life in indie-rock. Contrary to our spiel regarding submissions on our about page requesting “punk-pop” or “garage-rock” bands steer well clear of us, below is mostly just that. Also “singer-songwriters” or some combination.
Down With Everything – Time Shifts (2006)
An Introduction to Sequentialist Gods and Harbour Cities – 3:01
Time Shifts – 2:55
Focus (while) – 1:14
Positions – 0:51
The Sun – 3:00
Mountains – 0:55
Third release by Down With Everything. Slightly abstract lo-fi noise-pop. Abrasive as hell and pretty as fuck. DWE is related to the bands Everything for Everyone, The Clap and Everything is Geometry.
Sister Ray – Sister Ray (2007)
Hand – 4:29
Bog – 7:37
Death – 10:52
Snow – 11:15
Slow, sleepy blend of trip-hop, shoegaze and psychedelic rock. Creepy guitar, etherial vocals, brief song titles.
Haunted with naked honesty, Abandonment is the debut album from Toronto singer/songwriter Nicole Gauthier. With one foot in the confessional folk puddle, a toe in a tub of acid folk and an ankle in a river of roots/americana, Nicole weaves 14 songs out of the threads of love, loss, death and renewal. It took eight long hard years of family deaths (including the suicide of her brother, “Perpetual Winter”) and heartbreak (“Again”; “40”; “An Ocean Away”) for Nicole to write Abandonment. The result is worth the labour as its punch-in-the-gut realism makes the “confessional” songs of others seem like mere sugar-coated fairytales.
The Clap – References Border On Plagiarism (2005)
1. with love and squalor
2. all the white belts in the world couldn’t make you attractive
3. as luck would have it
4. milk and strawberries
Featuring Veronika Tron. Computer-voiced electro-pop.
1. Back 2 The Future
2. Technology Is Killing Love
3. Berlin Boys, Berlin Girls
4. You Want My Gadget
1. A Weed By Any Other Name Would Smell As Sweet
Somewhere between free-jazz, electronic noise jams and punk-dub, this is where weirdo drone meets Shinto ritual and a spliff.