The Planetary Magnetics Corporation Weird Cassette Explosion Phase One! 

Five albums released on an antiquated physical medium in editions of 50. Arts were printed in house using archaic hazardous machinery. When the data cloud finally vaporizes you can pass these wonderful tapes on to your grandchildren, or bury them somewhere for the aliens to find.  There is outsider rock, absurdist brutalism, modern avant-garde composition, experimental electronic sounds, and psychedelic country. You can listen and download them from Bandcamp.

THE BLOAT

Sallow, dissentient rock music recorded with pills in a castle. The Bloat does not care, and they don't like anything. They don't even like each other. They barely made it through this recording session. They have been in hiding since this tape was released.

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JOHN STAMOS

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Anti-Ear

Mom will probably say "Turn it down!" so you should slam your door and shout "Leave me alone!" Then after you calm down a little sneak out the window and put on the Beats by Dre headphones you stole from your sister and listen to side two and carve pentagrams into a park bench.

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Extreme Lo-Fi String Quartets & The Dissonant Romantic Piano Concerto

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Peter Stopschinski

Traditional instruments betrayed by technology.

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ROBUTTS

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Anti-Ear

THE NEW OLD ELECTRONINC SOUND IN STEROE • FEEL THE BREAT, BODY MOVENENTS AS TARDIS • VERY MUCH SYNTHESIZERS DIRECT INPUT FOR UNDULATING MEAT SAC GARBAGE CULTUR

[saccharine dystopian mini-suites, sketches, and studies]

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KRATOM BLUE

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Chablis

Incongruous alt-alt country. Degenerate Americana. Left-field, piquant, damaged. Charles and Jean-Claude choked on kratom dusts, barbecue, and lake trout during the making of this EP. Two live bonus tracks are included on this cassette release.

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Chablis!

These 45s feature three different lineups of America's premiere alt-alt-country band!

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DARK ROAD

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The Wanting

Debut LP from the New Orleans queer folk trio “fits loosely into the Southern Gothic genre, although it’s really more haunting than it is harrowing…between minimalist chamber-pop and high-lonesome Appalachian folk.”

Read the full review in Offbeat Magazine HERE

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