Archive for the Merch Category

Warheads – out now

Posted in Merch, Recording on 03/11/2018 by chrish

Our album with Adam Stone, WARHEADS, is now officially released and available at Norman Records (UK), Shiny Beast (NL) or check your local retailer.

WARHEADS

Posted in Merch, On The Web, Recording on 24/09/2018 by chrish

Our new album with Adam Stone is now up for pre-order.

Psych Insight blog has an exclusive preview/feature/intervew.

Order at Cardinal Fuzz or our Bandcamp.
(USA customers may wish to buy from Sunrise Ocean Bender for domestic postage.)

Warheads incoming…

Posted in Merch, Recording on 02/09/2018 by chrish

Retreat to your bunkers.

We will inform you of updates.

Relax and float downstream

Posted in Merch, On The Web, Recording on 10/05/2018 by chrish

Several of our releases are now on music streaming and download services including Spotify and Apple Music for your convenience and listening pleasure.  Watch the fractions of pennies roll in!  For those of you who prefer the real thing, we still have some vinyl and cassettes of Soy Dios, CDs of Sixth Side Of The Pentagon, the bootleg-style single-sided 12″ of In The Year 2039 and our 7″ double-A-side Central Nervous System for sale.  All our releases are available to stream and download on Bandcamp.

Recondite, encore

Posted in Merch, On The Web on 15/03/2018 by chrish

The excellent music site Echoes & Dust has a piece featuring our Brett telling the many and varied tales behind the tracks on our latest release Recondite – and a hint of what’s coming next. Read it here.

Due to the vagaries of the distribution chain, we now have a couple more LPs and CDs of Recondite available – head over to our Bandcamp to snap one up if you so desire.  A few other releases are still in stock too – be sure to use the basket to take advantage of combined postage rates – and all our music is available to download including some free/pay-what-you-want releases.

 

Recondite update

Posted in Merch, Recording on 24/01/2018 by chrish

Thanks to everyone who’s pre-ordered Recondite. It is now sold out on vinyl and CD on our Bandcamp and at Cardinal Fuzz – if you’re still after the vinyl, you may try Sunrise Ocean Bender (USA), Norman Records (UK), or Shiny Beast (NL), or ask your preferred retailer to get it in from Clear Spot distro.  And if you’re within reach of Ottawa, check out Canada’s finest record shop Birdman Sound.

Vinyl will start shipping this week, CDs next week and downloads will be released soon…

Here are some reviews: Psych Insight  //  Heathenmofo  //  Dayz of Purple and Orange  //  [sic]  //  Terrascope  //  Blurt  //

Buy Recondite

Posted in Merch, Recording on 15/01/2018 by chrish

Recondite is now available to order on double LP and CD from Cardinal Fuzz in the UK and Sunrise Ocean Bender in the USA, ahead of the official release on 5th of February.  Both labels are also releasing The Final Age by Jesse Webb (ex-Big Naturals & Anthroprophh) and The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol‘s latest Droneverdose so fill yer boots!   You can  pre-order the download on our Bandcamp.

There’s no question that Manchester’s Dead Sea Apes have made an impressive footprint in the world of heavy psych. Things change quickly from there though. Relying more on gravity – and gravitas – the heaviness of Dead Sea Apes is far beyond an arbitrary turning up of the volume knob and a trip to the the guitar shop for just one more fuzz pedal. Underneath the slow-burn bone-rattlings and rumblings, there’s a deliberateness and nuance to their catalogue that sets them apart from other bands that traffic in bringing the ‘heaviosity’. While their influences and methods may not be obvious to the casual listener, it’s the deep divers that Dead Sea Apes speak to.

A standard issue overview of their work these past nine years would make that obvious to anyone with open ears. Drop the needle on any two points in their catalogue and you’d be hard-pressed to draw a straight line between the two. Psych, space rock, ambient, Krautrock, dub… as muscular and formidable as they are, it’s the subtlety and agility that elevate Dead Sea Apes – and make their brand of heavy psych that much more rewarding. As easy as it would be for them to break your ribs, they’d rather give you something that sticks to them.

That’s where ‘Recondite’ comes in. Released by Cardinal Fuzz (UK) and Sunrise Ocean Bender (US), ‘Recondite’ gathers up some choice, elusive and defining nuggets from the Dead Sea Apes’ musical undergrowth for a double album that speaks more to their journey than to a specific time. You’ll find alternate versions (‘Tentacles’, ‘True Believers’), covers (Skip Spence, Harmonia, Kraftwerk) and singular gems all coiling together at last for an opus that is equal parts a document of where they’ve been and, more importantly, a promise of where they still might go.

11 tracks, 80 minutes. Download includes 3 bonus tracks.
Limited edition double LP, black vinyl, with multi-format download included.