2.3.15 New Releases

by admin at 8:08 pm

We are starting to near the tail end of Winter but the most brutal part of the season seems to have just arrived. With all of the shocking snow storms lately, I cannot help but think of the movie The Thing. And speaking of The Thing, none other than John Carpenter himself has his first debut release on the 2/3 release date. We also see Matana Roberts third chapter in the Coin Coin series. Michna drops another album 7 years after his debut. Nite Fields make a strong first impression with their album Depersonalisation. Those are just a few of the titles made available on 2/3. Check out some of the media below for further details on these great albums.

John Carpenter Lost Themes Consequence of Sound Review

Matana Roberts COIN COIN Chapter Three: river run thee Pitchfork Review

Michna Solid Gold Fader Premiere

Nite Fields Rolling Stone Track by Track


1.20.15 New Releases

by admin at 8:14 pm

Welcome to the first batch of releases of 2015.

We start heavy with the self-titled album from Viet Cong, which received the Best New Music recognition from Pitchfork. We also see a slew of releases from the infamous Captured Tracks with a reissue of Perfect Pussy‘s I Have Lost All Desire For Feeling, Mac DeMarco‘s Demos Volume 1, Alex Calder‘s Strange Dreams and the Vinyl LP for Shiny Two Shiny‘s When The Rain Stops. Constellation brings forth another strong album by Siskiyou. Amen Dunes is back with a limited edition EP, Cowboy Worship. Numero bring another hot reissue out from the dust with Universal Togetherness Band. Western Vinyl showcases two of it’s artists, the fabulous synth music of Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and the folk roots of Elephant Micah. DFA brings forth two 12″ singles from Marcus Marr and Ninos Du Brasil. For 7″s we see a Hailu Mergia single and a single from Doug Paisley featuring Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy. Last but not least we see 12 Rods Lost Time from Chigliak. Here are some sights, sounds and words on some featured releases.

Viet Cong Viet Cong Pitchfork Best New Music Review

Siskiyou Nervous All Music Review

Alex Calder Strange Dreams Under The Radar Review

Amen Dunes Cowboy Worship Pitchfork Review

Elephant Micah Where In Our Woods Pitchfork Review

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith Euclid Pitchfork Review


12.2.2014 New Releases

by admin at 4:22 pm


It is December! It is the end of the year and the December 2nd release date was the last one for SC Distribution in the year 2014. We had an amazingly curated Songs: Ohia deluxe reissue from Secretly Canadian of the album ‘Didn’t It Rain’ including original demos from Jason Molina. Lord RAJA off of the ghostly roster brings us a fresh album, A Constant Moth. RVNG INTL. continues their reissue series with an amazing collection featuring unreleased recordings from the 70’s electronic avant-garde artist Ariel Kalma. Along similar paths, Numero Group presents the new age minimalist piano composer Jordan De La Sierra’s Gymnosphere: Song of the Rose in a recreated format. Oneida drummer Kid Millions teams up with saxophonist Jim Sauter to create Fountain,featuring hypnotic tonal harmonics and torrential rhythms. We also see releases from Beacon, Eric Copeland, Audacity & The Coathangers. Check out some of the reviews, videos and audio from these December releases.

Songs: Ohia Didn’t It Rain (Deluxe Reissue) Pitchfork Best New Reissue Review

Ariel Kalma An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 – 1979) Pitchfork Review