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Artist: FIELDED
Title: White Death
Format: 7"
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $6.50
"Picking up and sweeping forward with this home-sewn, four-song 7", White Death is Fieldeds first release since stunning us with Terrageist (Catholic Tapes, 2010), the Chicago Music Award-nominated full-length for which her praises were sung by Kevin Hufnagel (of Dysrhythmia, in his Top Ten Albums of The Year) and Foxy Digitalis, referring to Fielded as "a collection of all the best moments of Bjork, which makes her better." The White Death 7" is a special, limited-edition pressing of 250 (150 black/100 white) with art direction by Mikie Poland (Aethletics) and hand-printed/fold-over jackets by Dan Davis (Kin Ship Press)." - Sophomore Lounge.
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Artist: MAZOZMAS FATUFAIRFE
Title: s/t
Format: 12"
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $20.00
Limited edition of 100 copies. “Mazozmas FATUFAIRFE began in late Summer 2014 as a means for Ma Turner (Teal Grapefruit, CROSS, Warmer Milks, Salad Influence) and John Phillip Farmer (Salad Influence, Arcane Rifles, Birddog) to perform full-group versions of the songs that the two had been touring as a duo during Spring/Summer of 2014. Bringing in John Ferguson (Apples In Stereo, R. Stevie Moore, Big Fresh), David Farris (Bernie Worrell, Tatsuya Nakatani, Jack McDuff, R. Stevie Moore, Tallboys, Club Dub) and Travis McGirr (Blood Pheasant), Turner and Farmer were able to expand the material into broader territories. The end result was a culmination of various barn-house jams, in addition to two now-legendary live performances (one Louisville, KYs Cropped Out festival in September of 2014) which quickly led to the recording of a self-titled player in the same barn where the band was born.
This four-song FATUFAIRFE 12" EP is a limitied-edition archival release -- 100 copies, housed in hand-numbered envelopes printed w/ artwork by Jim Marlowe of Tropical Trash -- and contains the only known recordings of the group to date. The record exists to serve as a souvenir from this short-lived, large-spirited, indefinitely-defunct powerhouse ensemble of Kentucky art-folk, rural noise, and underground "classic" rock. “ - Sophomore Lounge.

Artist: PC WORSHIP
Title: Preach Under Cooked
Format: 7"
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $8.00
"JUSTIN FRYE and his collective of art-diseased obsessives summon a somewhat lazier Bad Moon Rising-era industrial mushroom grunge, but can also relate to earlier Smog stuff (recorded in a haunted meat locker), to say nothing of the ease with which they lace free-form, sax-soured mutant folk with moans of Americana nightmare language and occasional flashes of Ayler-like enlightenment. The A-side wanders Fahey-ward with an Orcutt- damaged compass, while the flip is classic PC slacker punk. Hand-screened jackets. Edition of 300." - Sophomore Lounge.

Artist: PHANTOM FAMILY HALO
Title: Music From Italian T.V.
Format: LP
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $15.00
"Over the past year, The Phantom Family Halo released its Monoliths & These Flowers Never Die double-album and subsequently played a number of epic shows in town. Music from Italian TV continues with a pleasantly confusing blend of styles in a more concise format. Staples of their live show, like Its OK About the War (Gettysburg Jam) and Bringing Back the Dead get a more polished, sublime treatment, while longer tracks like opener I Believe In Everything and Overkirsh present yet more experimentation, the former resembling a jam off Amon Duuls 1969 classic Psychedelic Underground played backward and superimposed with television dialogue. There are a number of good bands in Louisville these days, but theres not another band here, much less the rest of the nation, as inventive as The Phantom Family Halo." - LEO Weekly.
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Artist: PHANTOM FAMILY HALO
Title: Raven Town Witch
Format: LP
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $14.00
"Phantom Family Halos "Raven Town Witch" is a slinky and sinister Southern Gothic brew evoking early glam, psychedelia (ala Krautrockers Brainticket), hand claps reminiscent of 60s girl groups, Roxy Musics "In Every Dream Home a Heartache," and yet somehow manages to remain unpredictably timeless. The perfect record for the party after the after party or a raucous late night ritual in celebration of your inner witch." - Lydia Lunch.

Artist: QUILT BOY
Title: I Am Somebody
Format: 7"
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $7.00
Limited edition of 250 copies with spray-glued jackets. “Fucked up, vaped-out, borderline demonic cassette confessionals arranged and performed by head All Gone-er Chris Durham (Roachclip, The Bibs). Another clue of recorded output from Detroits greatest oddball, basement-dwelling, idiot-prog outfit QUILT BOY -- a one-man band coming off like Robert Wyatts Matching Mole, "Man Who Sold The World"-era Bowie bent by early Trux slop and slackerisms.
After a string of self-releases (one of which was fittingly described by Volcanic Tongue as "lonely power tape crying of a Sentridoh crossed with what could almost have been a demo tape that fell into a vat of oil outback of the Takoma HQ circa 1968"), this killer five-song EP "I Am Somebody" -- QBs first for Sophomore Lounge -- is also his long-awaited vinyl debut.” - Sophomore Lounge.

Artist: SAPAT
Title: A Posthuman Guide to the Advent Calendar Origins of the Peep Show
Format: LP
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $15.00
“Deep from the lusty palms of Stonyism: Sapats 2014 follow-up LP to the 2007 Siltbreeze debut. Large-group-ensemble-cast-of-Kentucky-characters come in from the hermetic-rain-field-of-electric-pabulum, rendering extraordinary-renditions into a maximalist-tapestry laced with concentrated forms of seared-synapse acoustic-retrieval alchemy; immediate stimulation that continually reveals myriad fire over repeated listens. This is an album chock full of ideas, and sound worlds that obliterate thought, a genre-melting bastard-child of Deep-Psych, Art-Punk, Stoner-Shred, Mass-Jass, Buddhist-Operatic, Narrative-Noise, Psychic-Coaction. Sapat: a 14 (so far) year running shape shifting collective sharing members of Valley of Ashes, Kark, Softcheque, Tropical Trash, Black Velvet Fuckere, Son of Earth, The Belgian Waffles!, Phantom Family Halo, and about a billion other Louisvillian enclaves.
Shriner orientalist band infiltrates Bavarian street parade singing song about (a lot more than) smoking crack in Iraq. Van Vilets Dog Faced Hermans strap Godzilla to a treadmill. Vanna White lights up a Cuban on the Wheel of Torture, steps out your backdoor, and when you focus, theres the moon, in waning gibbous phase. Brian Jones subs Yoko-geisha for Jagger, meta-morphs corner into Yma Sumac weathering underground in Amon Duul II commune. Hank Williams buttons up a water sweater and a warm narcology, tom-catting an impossible Birthday Party-Morricone in a Swiss-Alpine sanatorium.
Donning an acid sombrero, and an extra buttocks t-shirt, straddling an astral saddle strapped to a nose powered lawnmower on a street named walk, Sapat, Elvis Clitshovel, Blurn Shithead, and Oral Crawldads all aim their Champion Polk Weed Antenna toward the Vertical Ammonia Driveway, and whisper, "The packer you chairman, the brainer you fuck."- Sophomore Lounge.

Artist: TROPICAL TRASH
Title: Fear of Suffering
Format: 7"
Label: Sophomore Lounge
Country: USA
Price: $6.00
"Louisville band, Louisville label; debut single. Kentuckys rejoinder to the MX-80 Messthetical Sound. Cold-Cerberus suzukis the Pilate(s)-Paunch, breathing fleshy light into familiar famials: Andrew Cyrille builds an aerial-drone of The Fall, Derek Bailey brushes the congressional hat of the Killed By Death Squad, Wisconsin-Churchill-Drunker-Than-900-Dollars tanks a German amphetamine bunker. When we "post-rock", we circumnavigate the circumcised blanched-branch dressing of the shoe-gazer, and instead protend the protuberant tumescence of the non-paint-by-numbers approach to punk-rock-koans, a la the SST grass-mafia, and then we arrive at one of many trunk doors of Tropical Trash perception. Some of these skinny young men also dig glorious ditches in the SAPAT (SIltbreeze) hermit-kingdom labor camps. Sheaved in a sprastic-Pettibone inspired screen print. Limited first-edition of 200 on white wax." - Kapp Klaptain Molasses.

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