The final recorded output from Arizona’s Pigeon Religion. Two tracks that let relentless lethargy shine in that No Trend and Flipper kind of way, smoothed over with disjointed sound collage, clocking in at just over 11 minutes. Originally released as a cassette in a criminally short run of 60 copies,
ALSO AVAILABLE NOW - the final PIGEON RELIGION 7”, a reissue of their cassette, “Warm Insides”.
RAW, GLITTERING, PSYCHEDELIC … OLIVIA NEUTRON-JOHN, is a NON-BINARY, POST-BRO one person music/dance declaration of war on the accepted and the expected. The OLIVIA NEUTRON-JOHN LP won’t be seen in any record stores. They won’t know where to put it. There isn’t any card, section, genre, that can
AVAILABLE NOW ON GILGONGO! EDITION OF 200! ($14.50ppd USA /$23.50ppd Canada / $29.50 World)
Olivia Neutron-John LP - just about ready to go (on Gilgongo Records)
Stephen Steinbrink and Samson argue over which songs are best on the Nihilistics LP.
Soundtrack for heading down to Tucson to check out Shonen Knife (first time I’ve been able to see them)!
Recorded a Soft Shoulder track for upcoming “10 Years of Fathers Day” compilation - all bands are covering the same song, “Did I Use the Word Divorce?”
Rachel Heath lurking on this photo of Ann Seletos (at Braggs Factory Diner - Phoenix).
James Fella “Crowded Aisle” 10” lathe (Weird Machine)
J.S. AURELIUS “A Little Song for the Maimed” 7” lathe (Gilgongo)
James Fella + Christian Filardo “Avocado Goth” 7” lathe (Alien Summer)