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RADIO SHOW - EPISODE FOUR

29 December 2017

Hey 2017! Before the year bows out, here's the fourth episode of our radio show for CAMP Radio. 120 minutes of lots of our favourite music from Arthur Lee Harper to Yura Yura Teikoku, including some recent live snippets from Richard Dawson and Spirit Fest, enjoy!

THE GREEN CHILD

11 December 2017

Noisey just helped us announce out next record, The Green Child's self-titled debut album, by premiering colossal closing statement 'Destroyer'! The Green Child is the long distance musical collaboration of Mikey Young and Raven Mahon, who met in 2013 when their bands, Total Control and Grass Widow played a show in Oakland, California. They started writing songs together in Australia in 2014 and the project has been on a slow burn since. 'The Green Child' is due for release on January 12th through Upset The Rhythm on 180g black vinyl, accompanied by some spirited sleeve design by James Vinciguerra.

MORE WEALTH THAN MONEY

8 December 2017

What a brilliant day, flecked with snow and ice and sharp winter light. Thirty-five years ago Normil Hawaiians released their debut album 'More Wealth Than Money', today we're thrilled to re-release this stunning album so it can stride out into its unique field of sound again. 'More Wealth Than Money' takes the listener on a quest over its four sides of vinyl as the group's communal take on post punk starts sprouting leaves from its mouth, beginning to carve out a new furrow of dark psychedelia, industrial folk and a peculiarly British kosmische.

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DAVID NANCE

NEGATIVE SPACE

MIDNIGHT MINES

Monday 5 February

The Islington

1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT | Map
7.30pm | £6.00 | Buy tickets

DAVID NANCE, Omaha veteran of warble and hiss, returns with 'Negative Boogie' (Ba Da Bing Records), his new concoction of chug, throb and greasy swagger. For 'Boogie', Nance trades in his beaten up Tascam 488 for the bullet-proof, glass walls of A.R.C. Studios. Where else can you brew the negative boogie? It's a bit like Canned Heat but with Pere Ubu's queasy rhythms and someone playing five finger fillet with Swell Maps. Ensconced in his ivory tower and soundproof rooms, Nance reached for unlikely weapons to tear down his own lofty experiment. He had his pick of rare guitars, cowbells, steel drums, vintage amps, Crazy Horse microphones, mellotron, and the restless but indefatigable rhythm section of Kevin Donahue and Tom May. They started at sunrise and recorded 15 songs by midnight. Maybe it's his Midwestern work ethic, maybe he's a sonic cheapskate. Maybe it's just the sound of negative boogie. These songs stab and flow into one other like a perfectly orchestrated classic. They're drenched with Nance's most biting and comic lyrics to date, peaking on "D.L.A.T.U.M.F. Blues". And ripping through the entire thing is the cracked power he yanks out of the guitar, a veritable The Good, The Bad and the Ugly of riffage. This is a departure for Nance. It's bigger and grander but it's far from easy music. It's his Plastic Ono Band, his For Your Pleasure, his fever dream of Rocket from the Tombs. Shredders sit with jangling rockers, manic energy spills into depressive torpor, providing the ultimate record experience: one of power, nuance and emotion.

NEGATIVE SPACE play mysterious gay hardcore. Negative Space released their debut album 'Gestalt' through new London-based queer label Always Restrictions and Drunken Sailor late last year. The record focuses almost exclusively on the miasma of larger inner-city living and the effects of gender dysphoria on the self, 'Gestalt' pushes an overbearing aural disquiet that expands on the band's established tense minimalism while upping the ire, recalling post-punk forefathers like Wire or a peppier Gang of Four while simultaneously feeling wonderfully, urgently now.

MIDNIGHT MINES are a self-styled 'spontaneous music ensemble' eschewing formal song-writing for laying down improvised bursts of music during their recording sessions. The resulting live jams are subsequently chopped, screwed and assembled into tracks, filtered through their love of obscure 60s garage no-hopers, outsider folk, The Fall, fried dub, early industrial and other esoteric concerns. Baron Saturday and Private Sorrow swap instruments and splice together tracks built out of old drum machines, feedback, 2-note riffs, atonal harmonies, transistor organs and repetitive mantras. Check out their recent LP on Mystery Plane and the duo's 'We Are The Primitives of a New Era' cassette.

SHOPPING

DOG CHOCOLATE

BIG JOANIE

Tuesday 6 February

Moth Club

Old Trades Hall, Valette St, Hackney Central, E9 6NU | Map
7.30pm | £9.00 | Buy tickets

SHOPPING are propulsive bass lines, primitive disco-not-disco drums and guitar lines sharp as broken glass. The band was formed in 2012 by members Rachel Aggs (guitar), Billy Easter (bass) and Andrew Milk (drums), who've all done time in a plethora of notable UK DIY bands including Trash Kit and Wet Dog. They pull from a well of 70's post-punk with a voraciousness seldom seen these days, bringing to mind the jagged aggression of Gang of Four, the voracious yelp of The Slits and the dance inducing thrust of Delta 5 . Their debut LP 'Consumer Complaints' was released November 2013 in the UK via MILK records and quickly sold out its first pressing. A US re-issue of 'Consumer Complaints' came out in 2015 via Fat Cat records, followed up by their excellent second album 'Why Choose?' The band are tirelessly committed to taking their sound to new audiences and spreading the Shopping gospel, securing impressive gigs along the way including main support for ESG and Gang Of Four as well as a BBC 6 Music session for Marc Riley. They have toured in the UK and throughout Europe numerous times over the last few years and last year toured the USA with also awesome Gauche, look out for a new album 'The Official Body' through FatCat imminently!

GUN OUTFIT

Tuesday 20 February

Moth Club

Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 2UD | Map
7pm | £10.00 | Buy tickets

GUN OUTFIT make music that sounds like a stone eroded by years in the arroyo, their enveloping 'Western expanse' aesthetic of guitar levitations and honky-tonk hexes have become gradually smoother over time. Their fifth LP ranks as their most brutally beautiful statement yet. Drawing from mythologies both classical and postmodern, 'Out of Range' builds a world in which Brueghel, St. Augustine, and the goddess Cybele ride with John Ford, Samuel Beckett, and Wallace Stevens on a Orphic-Gnostic suicide drive towards the hallucinatory vanishing points of the Southwestern desert, debating the denouement of the decaying American dream.

GREG ASHLEY

MASS DATURA

Saturday 24 February

The Islington

1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT | Map
7.30pm | £7.00 | Buy tickets

GREG ASHLEY has been a fixture on the underground music scene since the late Nineties while strafing eardrums as a teenager in Houston in garage- punk band The Strate-Coats. Since then he's proven himself not only as a songwriter, singer and guitar player in bands like The Mirrors & The Gris-Gris, but also as a producer/sound engineer via his Oakland-based Creamery Studio. His career as a solo artist is vast and varied, spanning the gamut between fried-n-beautiful psychedelia, gorgeous & cathartic symphonic suites and gentle, damaged folk music, beginning with 2003's debut and last leaving us with 2017's 'Pictures of Saint Paul Street' (Trouble In Mind). This recent record carries forward Ashley's musical palette (a rootsy amalgam of tortured, Cohen-esque folk tinged with the beer soaked recklessness of a West Texas honky-tonk). The songs on 'Pictures of Saint Paul Street' are lush & beautiful autopsies of society's underbelly, with stark and brutally honest ruminations on humanity. Songs like 'A Sea of Suckers' & 'Pursue The Nightlife' pull no punches, while 'Jailbirds & Vagabonds' and 'Blues For A Pecan Tree' carouse on a more abstract, human (almost romantic) level. The protagonist in many of Ashley's songs may be Ashley himself - a true artist willing to admit he's nowhere near perfect, and honest enough to document his sunrises & sunsets no matter if they occur in his own backyard, or on a barroom floor.

MASS DATURA have spent the last three years earning a well-deserved reputation for their mesmerising, raw and unpredictable live performances. Mass Datura was initially formed by singer, writer and artist Thomas Rowe (with best friend Joseph Colkett), as an outlet to channel his own strange childhood experiences. Born and raised in the rural ghettos of Western Canada, frontman Rowe discovered at an early age what a powerful form of escapism music could be for him. Landing as an alien in London eight years ago, Rowe gathered a group of like-minded East London misfits around him and from this, Mass Datura formed. Mass Datura take their name from 16th century occult mythology, the Datura flower when ingested was said to give you the ability to levitate, flying through bleak night skies around the world snatching up little children. The band's debut album was released last year alongside a performance at Liverpool Psych Fest. Mass Datura have managed to support some very exciting bands around the country including L.A. Witch, The Black Angels, A Place to Bury Strangers, Holy Drug Couple, Dark Horses and Black Mountain.

CHAIN AND THE GANG

MILKY WIMPSHAKE (SOLO)

Monday 26 February

OSLO

1a Amhurst Road, Hackney, London, E8 1LL | Map
7.30pm | £10.00 | Buy tickets

CHAIN AND THE GANG are a dynamic and irresistible live combo that pens provocative, unforgettable odes to obedience and total destruction. They are led by the remarkable Ian Svenonius; the prime mover behind two of the most essential bands of our time, Nation Of Ulysses and The Make-Up, and author of several books, including The Psychic Soviet and Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock 'n' Roll Group. Ian is also an online talk show host and auteur filmmaker. Chain And The Gang deal in a radical rock n roll that updates rock, blues, and gospel music or vocal quartets from the late 50s /early 60s for the discerning few. After nodding off to the washed-out zzzounds of the latest five-star folly critic's catastrophe, Chain & the Gang decided to respond with their patented perversity; they reached to the farther corner of the lab and came up with an immortal classic in the hard-to-hear genre of 'EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC'. Its a foot-tapping, head scratching, torso tornado that will crinkle the connossieur's temple in a tantrum of cerebral delight. 'EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC' is due for release through Radical Elite Record soon.

KA BAIRD

Tuesday 6 March

The Lexington

96-98 Pentonville Rd, Angel, London, N1 9JB | Map
7.30pm | £7.00 | Buy tickets

KA BAIRD is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist living and working in NYC. She is one of the founding and continuing members of the long running avant-psych project Spires That In The Sunset Rise. Described by Jack Rose as a "female Sun City Girls," STITSR have contributed a different slant to the New Folk movement by incorporating various avant-garde and world music influences into their music. Their sound has been compared to the Raincoats, Meredith Monk, Comus and Harry Partch. Their most recent album "Beasts In The Garden" was described by Marc Masters as "some kind of long-lost Terry Riley/Angus MacLise collaboration, equally devoted to divine repetition and center-seeking ritual." Since 2001, they have released eight full length records and several side releases.

After relocating to NYC in November 2014, Baird has set off in numerous directions apart from Spires with new collaborations as well as honing in on her own solo work. Her current work explores piano improvisation, electroacoustic interventions, extended vocal techniques, physical movement, and her unusual electronic manipulation of the flute. She released an album of piano improvisations through Brooklyn label Perfect Wave "See Sun Think Shadow" in November of 2015 and a tribute record 'A Love Supreme' dedicated to John Coltrane through Chicago label No Index in January of 2016. Most recently Baird released 'Sapropelic Pycnic' through Drag City described as a possession, a catharsis, a transformation; an act of physical consumption, a much needed sacred gesture.

SHANNON LAY

Wednesday 7 March

The Islington

1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT | Map
7.30pm | £6.00 | Buy tickets

SHANNON LAY is a L.A. singer-songwriter whose new album, 'Living Water', is a work of plainspoken mysticism that goes to the small, bright truth of things, showcasing her unusual songwriting and quietly commanding voice. Shannon has been dominating the local scene in Los Angeles over the past two years, leaving everyone who witnesses completely breathless. 'Living Water' was recorded by Emmet Kelly (Cairo Gang, Bonnie Prince Billy, Ty Segall) in his Los Angeles home studio and you can even hear the room reacting to the music taking shape around it. Shannon has a voice that transcends time and space. You can't tell if she's old or new, if she's sitting next to you, on a mountain top, or down in some canyon. Already her second LP to be released in 2017, Shannon is a prolific songwriter, one who lives and breathes melody and with guitar skills to boot. Despite it's 14 tracks, Living Water comes in well under 40 minutes, but like Pink Moon or Just Another Diamond Day before it, this is music so potent it exists outside the realms of time - but in a world specific only to itself and the new feelings it creates. 'Living Water' is a life-affirming celebration of the wounds we all wear, captured with Shannon's deceptively straightforward approach. Like a late-summer sky the colour of a robin's egg, the album's outward simplicity masks the vastness of what lies behind. Having just finished a tour with Ty Segall, Shannon is set to support Kevin Morby on a national tour this winter.

CHRIS CORSANO & BILL ORCUTT DUO

Saturday 17 March

The Lexington

96-98 Pentonville Rd, Angel, London, N1 9JB | Map
7.30pm | £12.00 | Buy tickets

CHRIS CORSANO and BILL ORCUTT have spent the last five years flaying eardrums and blowing minds worldwide with a wildly polyrhythmic, high-register wail that splits the difference between rock, noise and jazz. As a co-founder of free-punk demolition crew Harry Pussy, Orcutt inspired entire genres of noise rock, and a decade after Harry Pussy's demise, re-emerged as a solo performer, creating a singular guitar lexicon suited for both discursive improvisation and cracked reinvention of the American songbook. Chris Corsano is the rim-batterer of choice for some of the heaviest contemporary purveyors of both jazz (Evan Parker, Paul Flaherty, Joe McPhee) and rock (Bjork, Sir Richard Bishop, Jim O'Rourke), and is a formidable solo performer in his own right. When playing as a duo their avant drum-and-guitar improvisations provide the illusion of chaos. The longer you listen however to the onslaught of drum rolls and pock-marked notes, the more the communication (and, what's more, control) become abundantly clear. Their explosive mayhem has been documented on Orcutt's Palilalia label over the course of several live releases, most recently on the double LP "Live at Various/Various Live". Their first ever studio recording is scheduled for release later this year.

BILL ORCUTT - SOLO

CHRIS CORSANO - SOLO

Sunday 18 March

The Islington

1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT | Map
7.30pm | £12.00 | Buy tickets

BILL ORCUTT has been developing an open source computer music program called "I Dropped My Phone the Screen Cracked" since 2014 and has employed it to record two recent LPs, 2016's "Cracked Music" and 2017's "An Account of the Crimes of Peter Thiel and His Subsequent Arrest, Trial and Execution" which Wire magazine described as "maddening", "hypnotic" and "oddly pleasant." For this solo performance, Orcutt will present the UK premiere of a new algorithmic piece for Cracked entitled 'Neu Bros/OK Phone/Rural Beatles'.

CHRIS CORSANO is arguably the most riotosly energetic and creative drummer in contemporary free jazz, for this rare solo set he strips things back to just the bare minimum. His amplified hi-hat set-up first debuted at the No Fun Fest in 2009 and has resurfaced only rarely since. Tiny Mix Tapes described the performance as "nothing short of hi-hat surgery. The hats stood alone, contact-mic'd, amped, and ravaged with distortion; Corsano tore in with sticks, mallets, and metal rods, prying tones from the bowels no one knew existed". His work with Mick Flower, Paul Flaherty, and others is well known; alone, though, Corsano answers to no one, and his clinic realigned every facile give-the-drummer-some heuristic underwriting our approach to percussive or non-tonal technique.

JOSHUA ABRAMS - NATURAL INFORMATION SOCIETY

Monday 2 April

OSLO

1a Amhurst Road, Hackney, London, E8 1LL | Map
8pm | £11.00 | Buy tickets

JOSHUA ABRAMS developed his voice in the rich ferment of the 1990s Chicago music world, participating heavily across the city's jazz, experimental & rock scenes. He co-founded the 'back porch minimalist' band Town & Country &, with Matana Roberts & Chad Taylor, the trio Sticks & Stones. In a very busy two decades Abrams recorded & toured with a remarkable range of artists including extended engagements with Fred Anderson, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Hamid Drake, Theaster Gates, Neil Michael Hagerty, Nicole Mitchell, Jeff Parker, Mike Reed, Matana Roberts, & The Roots. Abrams appears on over one hundred recordings. A film composer, Abrams has scored the music for five feature length films including the award-winning films Life Itself, The Interrupters and The Trials of Muhammad Ali.

Since 2010 Joshua Abrams has toured North America & Europe with a shifting-line up of musicians as 'Natural Information Society'. The group uses traditional & electric instrumentation to build long-form intricately psychedelic environments, composed & improvised, joining the hypnotic qualities of the Gnawan guimbri to a wide range of contemporary musics & methodologies including jazz, minimalism & krautrock. The band's album, Magnetoception (eremite), was selected by The Wire Magazine as the #3 record of 2015 & by Pitchfork as the #2 experimental record of the year. Current & former band members include Lisa Alvarado, Jason Adasiewicz, Mikel Avery, Ben Boye, Hamid Drake, Ben Lamar Gay, Emmett Kelly, Artur Majewski, Nick Mazzarella, Jeff Parker, Frank Rosaly, Jason Stein, Kuba Suchar, Nori Tanaka & Chad Taylor. In 2015, Natural Information Society & Bitchin Bajas collaborated on 'Automaginary', (Drag City). Their latest album, 'Simultonality' continues NIS's exploration of stasis, continuity, repetition and layering. 'Simultonality' was released back in April, 2017 on eremite records & Glitterbeat.

NO AGE

Wednesday 4 April

Bethnal Green Working Men's Club

42 Pollard Row, Bethnal Green, London, E2 6NB | Map
7.30pm | £12.00 | Buy tickets

NO AGE find themselves in a world bruised and bloodied with teeth already dug into the concrete curb, we find ourselves with the shadow of a large boot looming overhead. What better time for No Age? They know how to ecstatically rage & power on through pain, because what else are you gonna do? The future belongs to the cockroaches, and their new record is made for the disparate band of misfits who 2017 couldn't kill. 'Snares Like a Haircut' sounds like the goods, and smells like the buzzy burning off of an aura, the marine layer suddenly vanished, leaving a thin layer of smog over the songs, simmering sock gazing tunes, revved and displacing enormous amounts of sound soil. With 'Snares Like a Haircut', No Age scrub the itch in the little moments, engage actively with the process and carve/plaster/shave something in an album shape that'll last. Re-imagined rippers, compelling ever forward; something that provokes, challenges on the ear. That was always the goal, but after a few years spent not No Age-ing, just working on that thing called life, is it any wonder that Dean and Randy wanted to pump out some rock and roll for the black hole? Does time mean nothing to you? Don't answer that.

JAMIE STEWART (Xiu Xiu)

ERIC CHENAUX

Monday 9 April

The Lexington

96-98 Pentonville Rd, Angel, London, N1 9JB | Map
7.30pm | £12.00 | Buy tickets

JAMIE STEWART has spent 2017 showing how skilled he is at multi-tasking, having toured the most recent Xiu Xiu album 'Forever', piled on the sonic pressure with Lawrence English as HEXA and having paid final homage to The Music Of Twin Peaks. 2018 sees that all change with Jamie committing to some rare solo performances. The format is simple: Jamie, electric guitar and voice, reducing the Xiu Xiu songs you know and love down to their most fragile husk state. As the principle songwriter, musician and vocalist behind avant-pop legends Xiu Xiu, Jamie Stewart is very much one of UTR's favourite artists. Jamie draws heavily from wildly disparate sources - cacophonous noise, gamelan, folk and the lush hooks of 80s UK post-punk, to name a few - while his tortured lyrics and anguished delivery consistently deal with the morose, suspected and the taboo. Expect new material, unusual covers and favourite tracks from the Xiu Xiu back catalogue, making for a truly memorable experience.

ERIC CHENAUX is an adventurous guitarist, singer and composer based in Paris. Having been an active player in Toronto experimental music circles with a host of group and collaborative works, Chenaux has more recently amassed a body of solo work across five albums on the Constellation label, centering around his dextrous, fried guitar playing as juxtaposed with a gorgeously lyrical vocal style. An ingenious recombinant use of traditional folk, psychedelic pop and consort music in earlier albums has over time evolved into a wholly uncategorisable form of balladry, shot through with a singular vernacular of guitar improvisation.

NAP EYES

Tuesday 8 May

OSLO

1a Amhurst Road, Hackney, London, E8 1LL | Map
7.30pm | £10.00 | Buy tickets

NAP EYES hail from Nova Scotia and Montreal and make crooked, literate guitar pop refracted through the gray Halifax rain. Recorded live to tape with no overdubs, their songs are equal parts shambling and sophisticated, with one eye on the dirt and one trained on the starry firmament, inhabiting a skewed world where odes to NASA and the Earth's magnetic field coexist easily with lyrics about insomnia and drinking too much. In the world of Nap Eyes, workaday details punctuate (and puncture) cosmic concerns, as songwriter, singer, and rhythm guitarist Nigel Chapman wrestles with air and angels, struggling (and often failing) to reconcile the Romantic rifts, both real and imagined, that define our lives: between chaos and order; solipsism and fellowship; the anxiety of social (dis)orders both big and small; and the various intersections and oppositions of religion, art, and science. It's the sound of being young and alive in the city, a tenuous and impermanent counterpoise of recklessness and anxiety, archness and earnestness. Following on from their 2014 debut 'Whine of the Mystic' and ;last year's 'Thought Rock Fish Scale' on Paradise of Bachelors, Nap Eyes will release their third album 'I'm Bad Now' on Jagjaguwar. 'Im Bad Now' achieves a new sonic clarity, depth, and range to match the group's effortless melodies and extraordinary writing. It's the band's most transparent and personal set of songs to date, in which singer Nigel Chapman interrogates social, psychological, and spiritual milieus for clues about the elusive nature of knowledge.

PROTOMARTYR

ANA DA SILVA

Thursday 10 May

The Scala

Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 2UD | Map
7.30pm | £12.50 | Buy tickets

PROTOMARTYR return to London next May for their biggest show yet! Protomartyr play a taut, austere rock that's been incubated in a freezing Detroit warehouse littered with beer cans and cigarette butts and warmed occasionally by space heaters. Short songs made for short practices, and the band learned quickly not to waste time. Despite the cold, Protomartyr emerged with a sound that is idiosyncratic but relatable, hooky but off-kilter. With respect to the local predecessors, this isn't the primitive stomp of The Dirtbombs or The Stooges' greasy roar. Punk works, kind of, even if it leaves the hardcore kids confused. Post-punk suggests something too retro; indie rock, something too precious. What Protomartyr is, is "stuck between the cracks." If that's the case, though, they aren't alone. Protomartyr's economical rock elicits comparisons to possible antecedents like Pere Ubu or The Fall as well as local contemporaries like Frustrations or Tyvek (whose frontman Kevin Boyer played bass in an early iteration of Protomartyr). Singer Joe Casey's dry declarative snarl serves as a reliable anchor, granting his bandmates (guitarist Greg Ahee, drummer Alex Leonard and bassist Scott Davidson) the opportunity to explore textures and reinforce the rhythm section. This is never more apparent than on the band's brand new album entitled 'Relatives In Descent', out now through Domino. This show follows on from the band's long sold out Tufnell Park Dome show planned for next month.

UPCOMING RELEASES

NO BABIES

'Someone To Watch Over Me'

UTR104 | LP | Pre-order

LATEST RELEASES

THE GREEN CHILD

'The Green Child'

UTR102 | LP | Buy

NORMIL HAWAIIANS

'More Wealth Than Money'

UTR096 | 2xCD/DLP | Buy

DARLENE SHRUGG

'Darlene Shrugg'

UTR101 | CD/LP | Buy

THE WORLD

'First World Record'

UTR099 | LP | Buy

GEN POP

'On The Screen'

UTR100 | 7" | Buy

ROBERT SOTELO

'Cusp'

UTR098 | LP | Buy

PIKACYU-MAKOTO

'Galaxilympics'

UTR095 | CD/LP | Buy

TERRY

'Remember Terry'

UTR097 | CD/LP | Buy

PEGA MONSTRO

'Casa de Cima'

UTR094 | CD/LP | Buy

BAMBOO

'The Dragon Flies Away'

UTR088 | CD/LP | Buy

FEATURE

'Banishing Ritual'

UTR093 | LP | Buy

RAT COLUMNS

'Candle Power'

UTR089 | CD/LP | Buy

XIU XIU

'FORGET'

UTR091 | CD/LP | Buy

VEXX

'Wild Hunt'

UTR086 | CD/LP | Buy

TERRY

'8 Girls'

UTR092 | 7" | Buy

RAVIOLI ME AWAY

'Living Is A Myth'

UTR087 | LP | Buy

RATTLE

'Rattle'

UTR082 | CD/LP | Buy

TERRY

'TERRY HQ'

UTR084 | CD/LP | Buy

DEERHOOF

'The Magic'

UTR085 | CD/LP | Buy

THE WORLD

'Managerial Material' EP

UTR080 | 7" | Buy

DOG CHOCOLATE

'Snack Fans'

UTR077 | LP | Buy

BAMBOO

'Hexagonal / Diamond Springs'

UTR083 | Digital single | Buy

BAMBOO

'Be Brothers'

UTR081 | Digital single | Buy

SAUNA YOUTH

'The Bridge'

UTR079 | 7" | Buy

THE WHARVES

'Naz / My Will'

UTR078 | 7" | Buy

NORMIL HAWAIIANS

'Return Of The Ranters'

UTR076 | CD / LP | Buy

BAMBOO

'Prince Pansori Priestess'

UTR075 | CD / LP | Buy

TERRY

'Talk About Terry'

UTR074 | 7" | Buy

SAUNA YOUTH / MONOTONY

'Split'

UTR073 | 7" | Buy

PEGA MONSTRO

'Alfarroba'

UTR072 | CD / LP | Buy

SAUNA YOUTH

'Distractions'

UTR071 | CD / LP | Buy

WETDOG

'Divine Times'

UTR070 | CD / LP | Buy

DEERHOOF

'La Isla Bonita'

UTR069 | CD / LP | Buy

VEXX

'Vexx'

UTR068 | CD / LP | Buy