Our latest record release is by Tongue Depressor and it’s called In The Quarter Column and it is out today!
We have very limited quantities of this record left for in store sale!
Reception of this record has been incredible and honestly well deserved!
Autumn Records in Vermont runs a subscription service, Outer Sounds, that picked this one up for their June edition! In their write up they say this: It reminds me of a more lo-fi, dissonant version of Oren Ambarchi’s early pointillistic guitar work. A Singing on Side B moves in a more horizontal drone space with microtonal pipe organ and long tone bowed bass layers. Dissonance and beating patterns emerge among the alternate tunings again. Both sides offer up an immersive listening space full of details that reward multiple spins. This isn’t placid, background ambient music, its an enveloping & mildly dissonant world to explore that demands your attention not unlike the music of Alvin Lucier, Tony Conrad, Arnold Dreyblatt, La Monte Young, Phill Niblock, Charlemagne Palestine and more. Step inside and recalibrate your ears!
High praise! They’ll also have an interview up with Zach and Henry:
You can check out the album via their bandcamp page here (and buy it digitally):
If we run out and the band runs out of copies then there are still a number of shops that have picked up the record. They are:
Annihilvs / Doc Monomer Audio Emporium (NY)
Cabin Floor Records (SC)
Eroding Winds (WI)
Forced Exposure (MA)
Industrial Coast (UK)
Iris Records (NJ)
Midheaven / Revolver (CA)
Records the Good Kind (CT)
Robotic Empire (WA)
Siren Records (Doylestown, PA)
Skeleton Dust Records (OH)
Sorry State Records (NC)
Tor Johnson Records (RI)
Willimantic Records (CT)