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  • Ovo / Nadja - Split - LP - 11€
  • "Over the last few dogs days of summer 2008, Italy’s OvO and Canada’s Nadja, got together in their adoptive city of Berlin at Einstürzende Neubauten’s andereBaustelle Studio. With engineer Boris Wilsdorf at the board, each duo began two songs and had the other duo finish them, Bruno and Stefania adding heavy, pounding rhythms and harsh, eerie vocals to Aidan and Leah’s ambient textures and bass-heavy drones. The album, while still heavy and still retaining signature sounds of both groups, turned out groovier and mellower than either band expected. But this mellowness gives the songs a greater sense of presence and allows for the intricacies and nuances of each individual’s contributions to be properly heard. With a final mastering by James Plotkin, this album sounds simultaneously harsh and lush, aggressive and warm. Having coffee after the sessions in the back garden, a wasp drugged on sugar flew into Leah’s coffee cup and drowned itself, traumatizing everyone at the table." (Adagio 830)

  • Year Of No Light+Fear Falls Burning+Nadja+... Souvenir's Young America+Conifer+Lesbian
  • YEAR OF NO LIGHT offers us two new tracks with studio collaborations with FEARS FALLS BURNING and NADJA While on an east coast tour in November of 2007, CONIFER (Important Records) and LESBIAN (Holy Mountain) drove to Richmond, Virginia arriving at 5a.m. and ended up crashing at the Sound Of Music recording studio for two nights. There to play a show with SOUVENIR'S YOUNG AMERICA (Crucial Blast) at the Nara Sushi, all three bands (11 members total in one live room) entered the studio on very little sleep and recorded roughly two hours of improvised music... very loosely structured and minds somewhat altered... These sessions birthed what will be known as "Space Mountain Forever." (Music Fear Satan)


  • Nasum - Tribute To Nasum - 2xLP - 14€


  • Necro - Metal Hip Hop - 2xLP - 18€

  • Necro - The Murder Murder Kill Kill - 2xLP - 18€

  • Necro - Gory Days - 2xLP - 18€


  • Ned / Oharu - Split - 10" - 3€

  • Ned - Bon Sauvage - LP - 10€

Neige Morte

  • Austrasian Goat / Neige Morte - 10" - 8€

Neokarma Jokloo Trio

  • Neokarma Jokloo Trio - Time Vibes - LP - 12€


  • Neptune - Gong Lake - LP - 10€

Nervous Kid

  • Pneu / Nervous Kid - Split - LP - 10€

Nico Edouard

  • Koonda Holaa / Nico Edouard / Courge So Lo-Fi / Krinator - LP - 8€

No Comment

  • No Comment - Downsided - 7" - 4€
  • "Eleven short bursts of anger in seven minutes equipped with some of the best drumming you will ever hear. If you are at all interested in Powerviolence, west coast hardcore of the early 90s, Slap-a-Ham records, or just punk in general, you need to hear Downsided. This 7" is the best Powerviolence release. Period. I dare you to try and find a better hardcore record from this era."  (Deep Six)

  • No Comment - Common Senseless - 7" - 4€
  • "Reissue of one of the best hardcore 7"s ever. Fuck knows what these guys would've done if they hadn't channelled these feelings into these ten minutes. Harm would have come to someone, I'm sure. Maybe it still did. Just listen to these songs and then realise why just about every other powerviolence band knocking around these days is a stale joke. If it doesn't click, then this whole hardcore thing isn't what you were meant to be doing with your life in the first place." (Deep Six)

No Comply

  • Capitalist Casualties / No Comply - Split - 7" - 4€
  • "This split is so retro, it would make Chris Dodge feel nostalgic. This could have easily been Six Weeks #14, especially when considering how old these recordings are, resurrected by the great To Live a Lie records and put on wax for the first time. On one side we have a live recording of the legendary Capitalist Casualties from 1994. I've never really been a fan of live recordings, purely because I think they're unnecessary, but the band sounds good and the recording sounds crisp. The vocals sound particularly fierce throughout. There's not a whole lot of crowd noise or breaks between songs, which does kinda take the "live" feel out of it, which I'm perfectly fine with. On the flip side is No Comply with a recording from the 90's intended for a split with Charles Bronson that never came to be. I'm a sucker for drum/bass powerviolence bands, so I was destined to love this band from the start. Great hardcore riffs and weird clean bass playing with a great, tight, fuzzy bass tone and excellent sounding drums to go along with it. The vocals are probably my favorite part of this recording though; spastic and high-pitched, reminiscent of bands like The Locust or their would be split companions Charles Bronson. The last track "Squatter" is one of the catchiest hardcore songs I've heard this year." (To Live A Lie)


  • Short Fast And Loud #24 - Ten Year Anniversary Issue - Zine + 10"- 10€
  • Short Fast & Loud #24- Ten year Anniversary issue w/ 10" compilation vinyl and zine, unreleased rippers from Larm, Coke Bust, Voetsek, Lack Of Interest, Seein Red, Brutal Truth, Extortion, Superbad, Noisear, Catheter, Enemies Of Inertia, Brodys Militia, Wasteoid, Pretty Little Flower, Slight Slappers, Street Pizza, Flagitious Idiosyncrasy In The Dilapidation, Conquest For Death, Torture Unit, Total Fucking Destruction, Gride,and Lahar!!! (Six Weeks)


  • Noothgrush - s/t - LP - 13€

Nueva Vulcano

  • Nueva Vulcano - Los Peces De Colores - LP - 10€

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