John Wiese currently has his first 100 7″ records on display at Family in Los Angeles. The first 99 7″s on the wall and his 100th, the single-locked-groove “Exhausted Spectral Incantation” placed on a turntable with headphones for listening. John also released a 150 page monograph documenting these 7″S and with essays by Sam McKinlay (The Rita) and Brian Roettinger. Here are a few photos taken at the opening:
Leather Bath (Greh Holger & John Wiese) performed last night at Dem Passwords in Hollywood to celebrate the release of our debut 7″ Zulu Time, which is now available in the shop. Here are a few photos from after the lights came up.
Just finished assembling the special edition of this 7″ and have made them available for sale in the store and now they’re sold out. Standard edition coming next week. Initialed and numbered edition of 20 with a lathe cut of additional material and a bunch of inserts. You can hear the first minute and a half below.
I’m a sucker for picking up killer chapbooks when I see them. Here’s a few covers from books I’ve scored up since I moved to out to LA from MI. The PRISON book is interviews with prisoners and faculty at different prison, about day-to-day activities and problems in prisons. The others are all fairly self-explanatory.
The 1% Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs DVD-R is back, and with a shiny new menu. Volumes 1 & 2 on one disc, totaling over 90 minutes. Reversible cover, last few copies on copper paper before switching to a different paper zone. Below are more stills from this classic, and the first few minutes of Vol. 1 embedded via youtube. Available for purchase right here; copies ship within 3 business days.