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  • eye – live at relay – dangerous age

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    Dangerous Age records is Gregory Boyd (Black Past) , John Elliott (Emeralds,Outer Space) the label is focused on limited pressings (300-500) that you might not find in every record store or collection; that being said our intention with DA is for you to find these rarities and love them as much as we do. The entire DonewaitingTV in-studio concert, recorded live at Relay Recording in Columbus OH. Psych quartet EYE is a wonder of antiquated technology. The band filmed a session for DonewaitingTV in June 2012, comprised of three jams: “Usurpers” and “Restorers,” both of which appeared on EYE’s Center of the Sun, released by Kemado in 2012, along with the 19 minute soundscape “Dream,” aptly-titled for its otherworldly vibing. Live at Relay was a self-release taped, but is now pressed up on deluxe vinyl. EYE = Matt Bailey – bass; Matt Auxier – electric guitar, moogfx, vocals; Adam Smith – organ, mellotron, arp & moog synthesizers, 8-track tapes, clavinet, vocals; Brandon Smith – drums, percussion , vocals. Recorded live on June 10,2012 at Relay Recording Studio.


  • potpourri – s/t – dangerous age

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    Potpourri is the solo work of Dan Petrarca. This is his debut work after many years of playing privately in his basement. Influenced by everything 90’s Warp Records, Petrarca crafts a unique blend of private style jamming from a fluid and interesting angle that at times comes off like mid/late period (in a good way) Heldon demos.

    DA – CS 001 arrives with imprinted white shells, pro-printed j-cards and professionally duplicated cassettes in a limited edition of 50 copies.


  • steve moore – primitive neural pathways – dangerous age

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    Steve Moore is a New York based musician active in projects such as Zombi and Titan as well as creating under various aliases of his own. After a whirlwind of outstanding releases the last few years, Moore has managed to carve out a following of dedicated loyalists who come back time and time again for his special brand of synthesizer composition.

    “Primitive Neural Pathways” was originally released 2010 on the Static Caravan label based out of the U.K. A cd edition followed as well as a tape edition on the VCO label, which quickly disappeared in March. This instant classic has been hard to obtain on vinyl for a while now and Dangerous Age is pleased to present a deluxe American repressing, hot off the heels of Moore’s new “Zero Point Field” E.P. on the L.I.E.S. imprint.

    Falling somewhere between the best composed pieces of Jean Michel Jarre and the glowing electro sounds of early Walter Christian Rothe’s more synthesizer driven pieces, “Primitive Neural Pathways” vintage inspiration combined with forward thinking this album has proven itself to be an essential modern work. No bin in any good record store should be without this classic work and D.A. is glad to have it back on the streets again.


  • black past – pitch black

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    Black Past is the musical solo vision of Cleveland based musician Gregory Boyd and “Pitch Black” is his debut statement and Dangerous Age 001.

    Alternatively titled “A Soundtrack for a Deranged Motorcyclist”, “Pitch Black” is a bleak narrative pulling no punches. Utilizing an array of drums, percussion, synthesizers, guitars, and other various sound making devices, Boyd creates a damaged repertoire of haunted motorik songs and ghosted void stasis. There is an intensity and mystery buried in these tracks that keep you hooked throughout and coming back for more as you peel back each hidden layer to find new messages and meanings not obvious upon your first encounter.

    “Blown Out Mind” kicks the record off with it’s repetitive drum clatter on the fringes of disaster and in-the-red synth leads. The track snow balls and collapses into “Brain Trouble”, a blitzing and disarming hypnotic grey cloud. “EG&S” (Mood Ring) will launch you into the heart of the “Pitch Black” concept while “A Dark Ride Into the Sun” rounds out the record with heavy analog riffing and dusty light waves. Bizzare fidelities resonate throughout which perplex with old school, truly D.I.Y., private basement session sound.