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  • spoils and relics – alabaster silk – blackest rainbow

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    Spoils and Relics ‘Alabastor Silk’ is a threes up (Kieron Piercy, Gary Myles and Johnny Scarr [occasional Fossil member]) improvisation on found objects, tapes and electronics – recorded in in a red lit Leeds basement, and then pieced together in Mantile studio, Nottingham. This release focuses on a reinvention of found artifacts, applied as tools to further explorations of prehistoric futures present. Limited to 60 copies.
    ‘Alabaster silt – The reinvention of found artifacts are pieced together to form tools which enable a dig to the earth’s inner crust to
    further explorations into prehistoric future. below the cavernous murk dwell bubbling furuncle
    streams in which manged carniverous matter bathe. Above the swelling, many mechanical wings gather creaking as they swoop in on the feeding, picking off the sores and gliding into the fog leaving only lose screws behind.. evidence is gathered and filtered through the silt parts of the beak are recovered strange resin is collected from the wreckage..
    -br


  • natural snow buildings – beyond the veil – blackest rainbow

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    used

    Limited hand numbered edition of 300.

    Packaged in a folded paper color cover, in a clear plastic envelope.

    Produced for the bands first UK tour.


  • natural snow buildings ‎– daughter of darkness – blackest rainbow

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    used

    5xcassette
    Box set limited to 150 copies. Red cassettes numbered with gold paint.
    Cassettes are numbered from 1-4, and the 5th tape is marked with a Ø.


  • natural snow buildings – sheffield & london 2012 – blackest rainbow

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    Side A recorded at The Red House, Sheffield, Monday 13th March 2012.

    Side B Recorded at The Victoria, Dalston, London, Saturday 20th March 2012.

    ‘In true bootlegger style, we screwed up the dates on the insert, the actual dates of these recordings were 5th March (Sheffield) and 10th March (London)’ – Blackest Bootlegs


  • gnod / a middle sex – split – blackest rainbow

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    “Brand new split LP from fellow Manchester weirdos A Middle Sex and Gnod. Gnod follow on from some killer releases over the last couple of years, a split 7″ with Bong, a tape on Not Not Fun, and a collaborative LP with White Hills. The oddly titled 15 minute ‘Why Don’t You Smile Like The Other Children?’ opens with hazy strings and cosmically far out voices, this slow groove packs a multi-coloured burst of rhythmic psychedelic vibes. On the flip side, A Middle Sex takes up duties of doing something equally psychedelic, but in a completely different style. Their side is titled ‘Polytheism’, and is essentially made up of two tracks, the opener is a short, wild spaced-out cosmic synth piece, which is swiftly followed by their main 10 minute piece of layered drums and percussion, swirling electronics, distorted chanted vocals. Their side is all about the rhythm, and they really got that rhythm down. Edition of 500. Pressed on 140 gram virgin vinyl and house in super glossy pro-printed covers.”


  • usurper and sticky foster – II – blackest rainbow

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    Brand new one from these Scottish improvisers Ali Robertson and Malcy Duff aka Usurper, here joined by UK underground legend and A Band member, Sticky Foster. Sticky Foster fits in perfectly with Robertson and Duff’s bizarre weirdo sound of somehow using a shit load of stuff that you can never quite tell what exactly it is doing what. I remember I saw these two lads down at the Rose Of England in Notthingham, both leaning over what seemed to be some kind of mic-ed up board and they were scrapping all kinds of objects all over it. This disc however opens with a bunch of total whacked out vocal madness that at one point almost sounds like the guys holding in laughter at god knows what insane expressions were across their faces while they’re making these bizarre noises. Then even more weirdness kicks in with minimal creaking, popping, screeching, clicking and clunking. The second track is very much the opposite (on the whole) of the opener, which crashing vocal madness, wild clattering objects, strange woodwind type instrumentation, that I guarantee isn’t any item you’d find in your local music shop… A fine example of the true underground outsider UK scene. Limited to 50.


  • pewtr – whichever was – blackest rainbow

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    Pretty psyched to be releasing this beauty from long time friend of mine Ron Schneiderman, I think Ron was the first person I ever bought stuff from for the Blackest Rainbow distro years back in Nottingham… Ron is the man behind Spirit of Orr, as well as being a member of Sunburned Hand of the Man… busy guy to say the least! Here you have some awesome solo outing of post Loren Connors / Sandy Bull styling, with a blend of pure outsider blues, americana and psychedelia. Limited to 100 copies.
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  • claudio two – the corpse – blackest rainbow

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    New band featuring Chazz Improv and Norma Bates (aka James and Jessica Toth aka Wooden Wand and Satya Sai), and Max “Mev” Wicker, so far this little crew has just had two jams out on Toth’s own Mad Monk label… Here you got two tracks of weirdo psyche drone blues, compared by James to some of the Hassara jams, pretty damn slick, I played this in my local record and book store and they compared it to the an old skool German loner, although the name slips my mind. Limited to 100 hand numbered copies with black printed pastel paper sleeves.
    -br


  • forest creature / ryan garbes and gerre hancock – blackest rainbow

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    Forest Creature are an insane duo that emerged out of the brief Blackout Band sessions. Duo of Ben (former BR store employee) and Richard. Total nutso weirdo noise shit, dumb electronics and self taught drums clatters… thrown in some scrapes, fights and pure dense noise with the odd barely recognizable vocal and you got Forest Creature… one flowing blurted nightmare. Ryan Garbes is the drummer from Iowa’s Raccoo-oo-oon, and on this release he is joined by organist Gerre Hancock. Inititially the opening to this sounds like your in the big top surrouned by some chirpy clowns, elephants hand standing on balls, and dudes in big hats taming tigers… But then the psychedelia hits in, and man is it a trip! Far out smoky drones with elephants getting high – Dumbo style. Clowns becoming some kinda Nosferatu blood suckers – Tom Cruise Interview with a Vampire style. Grooving stoned lions dancing reeaaaallll slow, kicking the tamers asses whilst giggling away. one hell of a far out experience. Cassette = 70 copies.
    -br