Friday, July 06, 2012

FFFoxy Podcast #2 with Chris Berry of Soft Abuse Records

Bill Fay "Tiny" From The Bottom Of An Old Grandfather Clock CD (Wooden Hill)
Xwave "Sweet Love" Cities On Flame LP (Little Big Chief)
Willie Lane "Wizards From Cans" Guitar Army Of One LP (Cord-Art)
Vincent Over The Sink "Book Dust" Dust Studies 7" (Kye)
Factrix "Over My Shoulder (and Out Of My Life)" Scheintot LP (Superior Viaduct)
Kraus "Pangs of Lorna" Journey Through the First Dimension of Kraus 7" (Palto Flats)
Tronics "Spending Time" Love Backed By Force LP (What's Your Rupture)
Jim McCarthy "In Search Of An Audience" Alien LP (ESP-Disk)
Surface Of The Earth "Shield" Interference LP (Fusetron)
Animals & Men "The Terraplane Fixation" b/w "Shell Shock" 7" (Strange Days)
The Go-Betweens "The Old Way Out" Spring Hill Fair LP (Sire)
Lower Dens "Alphabet Song" Nootropics LP (Ribbon Music)
Sleepers "Theory" b/w "Mirror" 7" (Adolescent)
Pumice "Dare" Yi Jun CS (Plop)
Pumice "Weird Crab Holy Soldier" Platter 4 7" lathe (Stabbies)
Pumice "I Am" 19-4-96 8" lathe (Stabbies)
Pumice "Tuber Clue Oh Sister" Platter One 7" lathe (Stabbies)
Nathan Bowles "Beans" A Bottle, A Buckeye (*forthcoming LP/CD on Soft Abuse)
Myrrh "Untitled #8" S/T (*forthcoming LP on Soft Abuse)
Mad Nanna "My Two Kids" (*forthcoming 7" on Soft Abuse)
Ulaan Markhor "Untitled" (*new demo material)
Mimi and Richard Farina "Hamish" Celebrations For A Grey Day LP (Vanguard)
Bill Orcutt excerpt from Why Does Everybody Love Free Music But Nobody Loves Free People CS (Palilalia)

We were joined in the studio by Chris Berry of Soft Abuse Records for this week’s podcast show. In what has become sort of an annual summer get-together, Chris endured a sweltering, air condition-less drive this time around to spin records from his personal collection. Whether post-show pizza is enough to keep him coming back for another year we’re not certain of at this point, but we’re glad he made the trek down because we not only got to hear some incredible new and obscure music, but he also came gripping some of the earliest and rarest releases from the Pumice catalog (pictured above). We also got a sneak peek at some of the forthcoming releases that Soft Abuse has in the works for the months ahead, including brand new Ulaan Markhor demo material.

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