Sunday, April 17, 2016

78 rpm ART EDITION

1 copy left...1st COMe, 1st served



MATT 'MV' VALENTINE ~ MOUNTAIN RAGA / CHERRY COCOLA RED ~ lathe-cut 78rpm 10inch (TIME-LAG HEX-2)
recorded in 2005, two long lost solo tracks. inner-space ragas & damaged blues, of 'the era' but seemingly pulled from an alternate cosmic past or primitive future, as MV is known to do so well… hand-cut mono 78rpm metal core acetate 10inch discs, with hand pasted full color hex labels. packaged in an insanely luxurious & deluxe massive art paper hard cover book-bound folio cover, with in-bound heavy wool felt pouch. each cover lovingly hand made by the wonderful patrick & amy borezo of radical readout press / autonomous battleship collective. limited numbered edition of 30 copies.

shipped insured

USA/OVERSEAS OPTIONS
 

we dedicated the record to jack rose -> beautifully presented by time-lag records, packaging designed by autonomous battleship collective...the same folks that did my hard cover novella "small as life & infinitesimally as pure" ∞

Thursday, April 7, 2016

SPLIT 7 INCH

UK import 7 inch single limited to 100 copies

MATT "MV" VALENTINE - now i have everything
NICK MITCHELL - livin' on a flight path

golden lab records

instrumental non LP "raga" track & guitar tonefloat mantra
sweet die-cut sleeve with mounted photograph

$15 shipped in the USA

 

US ONLY SHIPPING...message me if you are interested and elsewhere
thebummerroad@gmail.com



here's a review/overview:

“OK, let’s get right into it. Matt “MV” Valentine’s side first, then: fluctuating analogue synth, wah-wah guitar and sitar combine and interplay to trance-inducing effect and just over-half way through a tabla joins in. It all sounds like one cosmic jam, baby, yeah! It builds and builds before an abrupt and all-too-soon halt with electronic drone to fade. That was real nice, MV. More like this, please.
“Nick “NM” Mitchell’s side is an altogether more tropical propostition. It will transport you briefly to an Hawaiian island where the coconuts will drive you mad but NM’s dazzling, sinuous and serpentine guitars and muted tabla and island percussion will become the refreshing antidote. There might even be the soft swish-swish of a grass skirt too. That’s one flight path I’d like to live on.”  
Norman Records