Carla Bozulich & Freddy Ruppert – Glass House (2018)


“Carla Bozulich is diversely experimental, uncompromising and continues to be ceaselessly devoted to mixing art-punk ethics and creativity. Here, with Quieter, is an intensely emotive, intuitive, enchantingly cohesive collection of previously orphaned and one-off tracks where, uncharacteristically, nothing ever quite screams. Carla’s way with a fleshy edge remains sharp as ever. A couple of these are left over from the bountifully productive sessions from her brilliant and widely-acclaimed 2014 album Boy; others featuring collaborations with the likes of Marc Ribot, Sarah Lipstate (Noveller), Freddy Ruppert, Shahzad Ismaily and more.” Bandcamp

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Say Sue Me – Beginning To See The Light (2018)



In their own words: “We had always thought about a cover album, so we agreed to make a small album aimed for release on Record Store Day 2018. In December 2017, we started the new project with a light and excited heart, as soon as we finished recording our second album.
At first, we thought about Yo La Tengo or Pavement which are our all time favorites but we decided to take the music of legendary bands from a little earlier times to cover in our style.
The first song we picked was Velvet Underground’s Beginning To See The Light. It was a song suggested by Sumi. She strongly recommended this song, because she always admired Lou Reed’s self-confident attitude and genius talent…”Bandcamp

Aquaserge – My Funny Valentine (2018)


“As many of us already know, the hyper-imaginative sound of experimental pop band Aquaserge takes on an even wilder dimension on stage, and they’re viewed as one of today’s most exciting live bands. In the wake of last year’s acclaimed Laisse ça être album, here’s an opportunity to enjoy Aquaserge’s tremendous live sound. Déjà-Vous? (‘you, already?’) was created from recordings made during two shows in 2016 and 2017, for which the band was augmented by the 3-piece horn section which plays with them on specific occasions.”Bandcamp