Archive for March, 2011

New Alchemist tape by GDC out now

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

In the words of the astute blog Auxiliary Out, “Vermont pop genius Zach Phillips (Horse Boys, Sord, Nals Goring, OSR Tapes etc.) has delivered unto us a motherf***in’ faux-French masterpiece”. This incredibly unique c30 cassette is now available for a mere 7$ here from the Alchemist collective. Written and recorded in a mere 8 days this tape is part of the prodigious output of 12 albums that Zach has been streaming out over the last year under many different guises and on many different labels including Feeding Tube, Night People and his own OSR tapes. I’m stoked to be putting out what stands as one of his most brilliant and accessible albums. This will apparently be the one and only album to bear the GDC name and this is an edition of 100 so get one whilst the getting is good. For more information on the world that is Zach Phillips see his blog and if you haven’t done it yet, check out this standout track and attune your eyeballs to some photos of the tapes in all of their multi-hued glory (designed by yours truly):
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The Beautiful People

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

Recent Aquisitions

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

On Our Honeymoon

Monday, March 7th, 2011


via Captured Tracks

Random Acts of Lionel

Sunday, March 6th, 2011


via some one’s facebook.

Got a Pink Wolf on it

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

Another Green World

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Pre order Dikolson LP

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

The previously mentioned Dikolson LP with an I and I collab. will be out April 20th. You can now stream some of it. Pretty rad! Here are the details:
Album “The bear is sleeping now” to be released on April 20th on Minority Records. Comes out in edition of 400 hand-numbered copies on clear red vinyl and features a coupon with a code to download MP3/FLAC versions of the album. Preorders are available now at minority records.