Saturday, January 23, 2010

Mincemeat or Tenspeed in-store + New Adds & Restocks

Noisy and minimal dance static made with pedals alone. We're sold but if you still need more check this out:

Philadelphia’s David Harms started making music with effects pedals as Mincemeat or Tenspeed in 2006, and quickly garnered a dedicated following. Baltimore whiz Dan Deacon claimed that Harms was his favorite performer in 2007, and S-S Records head Scott Soriano wrote in the Z Gun fanzine "This is loud minimalism and full of all kinds of great ideas." Harms doesn’t use a guitar to create his noise -- just the pedals and a mixer. In fact, in Harms’ liner notes to his latest album Strange Gods (Zum), he wrote, "No synthesizers, samplers, sequencers, drum machines, computers, musical instruments." More power to him.
-Dusted Magazine

Also, get what you've been missing right here:

New Adds:
Best Coast “Something In The Way” 7”
Bonny Billy & The Picket Line “Funtown Comedown”
Bert Jansch “L.A. Turnaround”
Bert Jansch “Santa Barbara Honeymoon”
Bert Jansch “A Rare Conundrum”
Jim O’Rourke “Bad Timing”
Scout Niblett “The Calcination Of Scout Niblett”

New Restocks:
The Big Pink “A Brief History of Love”
Yo La Tengo “Popular Songs”
Kurt Vile “Childish Prodigy”
Pavement “Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain”
Pavement “Slanted And Enchanted”
St. Vincent “Actor”
Girls “Album”
Bill Callahan “Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle”
Death “…For The Whole World To See”

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