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Items 1 to 15 of 15 on page 1 of 1
Shark Story Of The Century EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CY 003. Rel: 14 Dec 15
  1. Enrique - "Dissociate"
  2. Beau Wanzer - "Weasels"
  3. Esplendor Geometrico - "Rotor" (1988)
  4. Esplendor Geometrico - "Rotor" (Broken English club remix)
  5. Prostitutes - "Cuyahoga Frankenstein"
Review: The Contort Yourself tradition of electronics pioneers, modern masters and new names continues into CY003. Enrique comes under that latter banner. The Hot Releases alumnus introduces the EP with the piston pounded belligerence of Dissociate. L.I.E.S. and Nation veteran Beau Wanzer continues this stroll into aggression. Weasels is an upturned work of techno. Nuts, bolts and the grisly inner workings are on show for this fast paced floor mangler. Spain's industrial stalwarts Esplendor Geometrico open the flip. From 1988 the grit of the factory floor is carried into Rotor. A touch of the mystical is injected, chants looped through the hypnotic rhythms in this simmering classic. Broken English Club is on hand to rework Rotor into a guttering piece of Electro tainted machine music. If you're hoping for some respite, think again. Prostitutes (Diagonal) closes with the cruel pummelling percussion of Cuyahoga Frankenstein. A brutal, beefy and brilliant 12.
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out of stock $8.48
Cat: SS 03. Rel: 16 Mar 13
Rock (All)
  1. Soldier
  2. Democracy
  3. Glaube Nicht
  4. Tiny D
  5. Keep On Wastin' Away
  6. European Idol
  7. Time
  8. Ditirambici Tiranti
  9. Strollin' Troll
  10. Pezzo Rock
out of stock $13.79
Cat: DIGIV 052. Rel: 14 Mar 13
  1. Coming Down Here With Human Needs
  2. A Pack Of Dogs
  3. Dial Tone Degradation
  4. Through Their Hungry Lips
  5. Spiders In My Eyelids
  6. Lot Of Scars
  7. Make A Hole, Look Out
  8. Jungle Wine
out of stock $14.85
Cat: MIRA 006. Rel: 24 Jan 14
  1. Unanswered
  2. Led Up Garden Paths
  3. This Whole Affair Is So Fucking Unfair
  4. Odd Dog End
Review: Avian offshoot Mira is the latest label to be graced with some Prostitutes material from Cleveland noise veteran James Donadio with the first installment of a two part release. With output in the last year on Diagonal, Digitalis, Opal Tapes, and Submit, the Prostitutes project is as good example as any of the fertile cross pollination of techno and noise and thus a perfect candidate for the industrial, coarse, and melodically muddy brand of music championed by the prospering Mira label. Entitled Truncheon Cadence, the four tracks included on part one offer some of the most minimal productions from Donadio as Prostitutes thus far, seemingly placing more emphasis on arrangement and rhythm than the harsher sonics of Crushed Interior for example. The wonderfully suggestive "Led Up Garden Paths" is a particular highlight, the tunnelling textures and soothing exhalations offering real contrast.
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out of stock $8.48
Cat: MIRA 007. Rel: 14 Feb 14
  1. An Enormous Door
  2. Bomb Splinters
  3. Smouldering Wilderness
  4. Rigid Pathetic Heaps
out of stock $8.48
Cat: OAKS 04MTPD1. Rel: 25 Aug 17
  1. Mighty Arms (5:55)
  2. A Glancing Kiss (5:37)
  3. Albion Remains (5:57)
  4. Churns Up Into Stone (4:29)
out of stock $8.76
Cat: SP 035. Rel: 09 May 14
  1. Powerful Magnets
  2. The Bluffer's Corporation
  3. Tube Without Exit
  4. Build Your Kits
  5. Suck Out The Reason
  6. A Number Between Their Eyes
  7. Cylindrical Habitat
  8. Stains Left Unnamed
  9. Suffocate, Purchasing
  10. Four Basic Forces
Review: Prostitutes aka James Donadio has released his beautifully odd cluster of sounds on some of the hottest labels around, including our favourite Opal Tapes, and the uncompromising Mira series together with the likes of Shifted under his Covered In Sand moniker. This time, however, he lands a considerably larger role in the form of a debut LP for the ever-impressive Spectrum Spools, a label that has put out everything from Container's first tracks to a reissue of the gnarliest techno sounds by Donato Dozzy and Nuel under their Aquaplano guise. Petit Cochon is experimental music at its purest, where Donadio successfully blends ritualistic drones together with industrial landscapes and metallic swirls of percussion. It's one of those that should be listened to from start to finish, possibly while walking through some desolate terrains, but we do have some personal picks. "Build Your Kits" is an electrifying 4/4 monster that would pulverise any dancefloor, while "Cylindrical Habitat" is a wonderful slice of chaos and doom, wrapped in a thick coating of sonic fuzz. Another Spools classic...
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out of stock $17.25
Cat: LSSN 025. Rel: 03 Sep 14
  1. Late To Take It Light
  2. Hate's In The City
  3. Punk In The Street
  4. Dragged It Home To Bed
  5. So Goddamn Gaunt
Review: Since debuting as Prostitutes in 2011 on his own StabUDown label, experimental noise and techno artist James Donadio has established his confrontational style with a slew of releases. This year alone has seen Donadio add two EPs on Avian's Mira sub-label and an album for John Elliott's Spectrum Spools label to a discography that already includes Diagonal, Digitalis and Opal Tapes. This Nouveauree 12" finds Donadio adding the prospering Night School to his collar, and you may think he makes a strange bed fellow with The Space Lady or Molly Nillson on the UK experimental label but Donadio's singular sonic fingerprint still feels strangely at home. Night School suggest Nouveauree to be "a purge, a palette cleanser," but it also feels like some of Donadio's most gratifyingly floor focused material. You can almost visualise someone like Powell giving it the screw face as he drops "Punk In The Street" in one of his sets.
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out of stock $13.54
Cat: DIAG 005LTD. Rel: 18 Oct 13
  1. Kisses Undelivered
  2. Poison The Masses
  3. Crawl On You At Night
  4. Sold A Decade At A Time
Review: Powell's Diagonal Records label continues to plunder it's own unique sonic path, with the label debut of Prostitutes following swiftly on from that excellent Shit & Shine EP. Prostitutes is the current creative focus of James Donadio, a veteran of Cleveland's underground music scene, whose blend of blend of primitive rhythms and industrial sonics have graced Opal Tapes and Digitalis after the project's emergence with a self titled release on the artist's own stabUdown label in 2011. Fans of Container, Metasplice and Carlos Giffoni will find much that appeals in the Prostitutes approach that is demonstrated with aplomb on the Shatter and Lose EP. Indeed we'd go so far as say there are echoes of vintage Cabs in cuts like "Poison The Masses" and "Sold A Decade At A Time". As with previous Diagonal releases great attention has been paid to the sleeve art; created by Guy Featherstone and photographer Robbie Maynard, the pair tracked down two real prostitutes off the Caledonian Road in London, and overlaid their pictures on top of each other to create the striking, if disturbing, cover.
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out of stock $9.55
Cat: DIAG 015. Rel: 02 Dec 14
  1. Crawl In From Broadway
  2. Dollars To Deutchsmarks
  3. Lovers Run Camp Africa
  4. Side Effects Of Living
Review: There's a tongue in cheek sensibility and an air of confrontation to much that James Donadio does as Prostitutes which made him more than suited to Powell's Diagonal label when the Cleveland artist debuted on the label last year. It's nice to see Donadio back with the Simple Minds-riffing Ecstasy, Crashing Beats & Fantasy and contributing one of the final Diagonal records of 2014, a year that's been most successful for both artist and label. Donadio has said in interviews Powell tries to encourage him to take a more explicit approach to the dancefloor and that's evident on this quartet of Prostitutes tracks. The curdling acid of "Dollars To DMs" and the faltering bleep electro of "Side Effects Of Living" are particularly potent Prostitutes productions!
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Aluminium Garage (limited 12")
Cat: LSSN 057. Rel: 23 May 18
  1. Born Wanderer (4:49)
  2. Jah Elegant (4:45)
  3. Errant Seagull (5:17)
  4. Shroud Of Cellophane (3:18)
Review: Cleveland scene stalwart James Donadio returns under the Prostitutes moniker, after a slew of post-punk reinterpretations for the likes of Diagonal, Spectrum Spools and Opal Tapes. This will be his second outing on Night School, the Glasgow-based label run by Michael Kasparis. On Aluminium Garage, the Stabudown head honcho presents "Born Wanderer" which has a twisted 'Madchester' kind of vibe about it, while "Jah Elegant" goes for a frenetic style of drill & bass that would make fans of early Warp and Rephlex releases dizzy with excitement. The flipside offers even more variety, in the form of "Errant Seagull" a lo-fi, old school house jam drowned in saturation (sounds like a fat cat trapped in a box), while some industrial strength gabber antics await you on the austere "Shroud Of Cellophane".
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 in stock $14.60
Cat: SP 041. Rel: 26 May 16
  1. Nerve & Gall (3:19)
  2. Chandeliers Shake (4:04)
  3. Government Wrecker (2:54)
  4. The Sting That Stung (2:17)
  5. Pressure On The Haunted (6:16)
  6. Skeptalepsy (3:18)
  7. Pregnant Toad (4:36)
  8. Cheap Amplifiers (4:03)
  9. Fake Hawaiian Suit (3:36)
  10. Served On The Floor (3:28)
Review: Since donning the Prostitutes pseudonym back in 2011, Cleveland's James Donadio has plied his trade on a variety of hyped labels, including Diagonal, Opal Tapes, Night School, Blowing Up The Workshop and Spectrum Spools. Here he returns to the latter with his sixth album in five years. Ghost Detergent is a typically fuzzy, forthright affair, with Donadio variously joining the dots between crusty electro, experimental techno, Cabaret Voltaire style industrial murkiness, mutant ghetto-house (the mad but brilliant "Skeptalepsy"), sludgy electronica ("Pregnant Toad"), and fluid, out-there electrofunk (the Dam Funk meets L.I.E.S wobble of "Fake Hawaiian Suit").
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out of stock $13.77
Cat: DIAG 033. Rel: 17 Jan 17
  1. Ah Yeah (4:20)
  2. Bottle Smashing (4:40)
  3. Prey (4:47)
  4. Rudeboy (5:36)
  5. Luv U Bruv (4:07)
  6. Hot Key Motherfucker (4:46)
  7. Reds (3:54)
  8. War Goes On (5:50)
Played by: 3.14, Jock Club
out of stock $16.19
Cat: CGI 014. Rel: 16 May 16
  1. Just Black Medallions (7:36)
  2. Ridicule The Rule (4:39)
  3. Dealing 12 To 12 (4:39)
  4. Sucker Some Juice (3:25)
  5. Haunt Me & Taunt Me (5:31)
out of stock $10.09
Feral Grind (12" + insert)
Cat: SUBMIT 002. Rel: 29 Nov 13
  1. Pete Swanson - "Pleasure Averse"
  2. Burial Hex - "Final Love" (Feral Love dub)
  3. Prostitutes - "Braces On My Fangs"
  4. Profligate - "Swarm"
Review: Few labels would choose to issue a CD compilation for their second release, so kudos to Perc Trax offshoot Submit for showing some ambition, more so when the focus of Feral Grind is on a number of producers who "operate at the intersection of techno, drone and DIY electronics". This 12" sampler sets the tone for what to expect from the compilation that's been curated by Ali 'Perc' Wells and music journalist Justin Farrar with tracks from Pete Swanson, Burial Hex, Prostitutes and Profligate sharing space either side of the record. If you've been a fan of the recent output from Diagonal, Spectrum Spools or Type then you should engage in this sampler - "Braces On My Fangs" by Prostitutes is a particular highlight.
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out of stock $7.96
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