Monday, March 25, 2013

things to spend money on.

on the off chance that you all have piles of money to spend on audio formats that most people find obsolete, there were three store updates over the last four days. most of you are probably already aware of them, but for those that aren't, here's a rundown.

total black is a brand new label with stock that had been listed as "coming soon" for the last month, and everything finally went up for sale on friday. in addition to distro items, they have their first three cassettes up for sale - the first is from âmes sanglantes, "man and his becoming;" the second is from cremation lily, "lorient shield;" and third is a new tape and zine combo from sequences, "transient form." special editions of the âmes sanglantes and cremation lily tapes were available, but those are long-gone. and so is the standard edition of the cremation lily tape, so be sure to jump on the other two while they're still in stock.

fallen empire is back after founder mike's cross-country move from new jersey to portland and the wealth of goodness is simply too much to list here. there are dozens of new tapes and records for your purchasing pleasure, and you can be sure that they'll arrive quickly and safely thanks to fallen empire's stellar customer service. there's a text-version of the new arrivals here, so check it out and head over to the store - I'm sure several are already sold out.

colloquial sound recordings, one of the finest purveyors of cassette releases around, has just issued four new tapes (in very small pressing runs) and a zine from stand-bys a pregnant light, this station of life, and vestal virgin, as well as new additions deeper wells and quincunx, the latter of which is already sold out. audio samples of all releases are available, so be sure to check them out if you're unsure. but with CSR, it's pretty much impossible to make a bad choice. I can say that the this station of life tape and the a pregnant light/deeper wells split are both fantastic - jump on them quick before they're gone for good. and the best part? within minutes of ordering, you'll be emailed digital versions of your purchases, so you can start listening right away.

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