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Richard Youngs - A Stolen Ringboy 7"

Richard Youngs – A Stolen Ringbuoy 7”- Constantly challenging and fearlessly original, Richard has been prolific in the underground scene since 1990 and has released records on his own label No Fans, as well as VHF, Dekorder, Fourth Dimension, Jagjaguwar, Ba Da Bing and countless other s. These two solo songs feature Richard in classic full-on experimental mode with abstract guitar lines, electronics, and double-tracked vocals. 300 pressed.

mind_over_mirrors_cover Mind Over Mirrors

Mind Over Mirrors - Near Your Dwelling 7" - Following releases on Digitalis and Gift Tapes, Jaime Fennelly’s solo project, Mind Over Mirrors, makes its seven-inch debut on Dirty Knobby. Also a member of bands PeeEssEye and Acid Birds, Jaime started his new solo project after living and working in the forests of the San Juan Islands. Using processed Indian pedal harmonium / pipe organ, Mind Over Mirrors create two spare and lovely new tracks. Side one starts with a rippling amber 70’s vibration … and then lies back to watch the stars wheeling beyond the trees through a towering dark blue night. Side two also builds an atmosphere from just a few repeated notes, but this one is joyfully weaving ribbons around a maypole, a more earthbound beauty. 500 pressed.

Mind Over Mirrors - emblem by Dirty Knobby Industries

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evening_meetings_cover Evening Meetings

Evening Meetings - Forgotten in Seconds 7" - Debut record from Evening Meetings. This is a groovy number! Seattle’s A-Frames/AFCGT/Factums/Love Tan/Le Sang Song folks’ new musical trip. ‘Forgotten’ goes for some sturm & klang rock with a guitar played with a big pissy ham fist. It’s got the 3 R’s (repetition repetition, repetition), a squeaky toy and quite a bit more besides. ‘Hello Mr Evening’ gets on with it with some heads down kosmische space boogaloo, simple & propulsive, muttering “ I don’t know how to get down.” It’s OK – you can stay up there. 500 pressed.

evening meetings - forgotten in seconds by dirty knobby industries
bloodloss_cover Blood Loss- Lost My Head for Drink LP

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Bloodloss - Lost My Head for Drink LP. Long lost, final recordings by legendary Seattle via Sydney Austrailia band, Bloodloss. After prior records with Greasy Pop, Abherrant, Sympathy for the Records Industry, and In the Red, Bloodloss recorded this record in 1996 and it sat unmixed until summer of 2010. Comprised of Lubricated Goat, Monkeywrench, and Mudhoney members, Bloodloss played scuzzed out, Beefheart/spastic jazz-influenced punk rock with one leg in the garage and their arse in the swamp. 1,000 pressed with digital download coupon.

bloodloss - another one of you by dirty knobby industries

 

scraps_cover Scraps- A Salty Sea.

Scraps- A salty sea b/w Shepard to Sleep 7"- Ex/current members of the Popular Shapes, the Pulses, the Shackles and the Intelligence, but who bloody cares? These buggers apparrently group materialized one day and brewed up a bunch of so simple it's genius pop things what grgnzlrg put out on cd. We loved it and so we nicked our two fave songs for vinylising. ScRaPs! Keyboards, wood blocks, guitar and break the surface sung-together-since-we-was-born vocals. It's a joy thing is what it is. 500 pressed.

scraps - a salty sea by dirty knobby industries
i see my liver Pumice- I See My Liver

Pumice Magnedisc Recordings of gFrenzy Songs 7" – Bleedin gorgeous. Pumice covers 4 songs by NZ genius recluse gFrenzy, and the results will make you want to throw all yr other records out of the window. Seriously unique and utterly gleeful warble-fi gems. Stefan Pumice sez "it's a pretty rugged record. 4 gfrenzy songs, i recorded it on this weird dictation machine from the 1940s. it's like a turntable but has special flexi discs made of magnetic oxide like analogue tape and instead of a stylus the arm has a magnetic record/playback tapehead. the speed is inconsistent so it sounds wobbly too. all live all mono. hope you like it." If you don't, you're a soulless git. Please go away. 500 pressed.

pumice - i see my liver in you by dirty knobby industries

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Intelligence/Unnatural Helpers Intelligence / Unnatural Helpers

The Intelligence / Unnatural Helpers – split 7" – At last! The single we've all been waiting for! Unnatural Helpers & the Intelligence cover each others' top ten singles. See! Intelligence Getting Classy. Hear! Helpers gettin Confident. Lars Intelligence & his legendary 7 track bang out 3 outstanding Helpers covers, and the Helpers return the favour with their brill Dutchess & the Dean take on 2 Intelligence songs. Worth it for the cover alone. 500 pressed.

the intelligence - gettin' classy by dirty knobby industries
Peter Wright- Terrifying Realisation Peter Wright- Terrifying Realisation

Peter Wright – The Terrifying Realisation We Might Be Wrong 7" - Peter returns for a 2nd single on Dirty Knobby. This three song EP is an organic wash of gorgeous drones made from a contact microphone, Bulbul Tarang, 12-string, found noise/field sounds and laptop effects. The pieces run the gamut from abrasive machine noise grind to blissed-out ambient hush and back. 500 pressed.

peter wright - the terrifying realisation we could be wrong by dirty knobby industries
Fresh and Onlys- Tell You Everything Fresh and Onlys- Tell You Everything

The Fresh and Onlys 7" EP - 2nd EP from San Francisco's Finest. Featuring members of Black Fiction and Skygreen Leopards, the Fresh and Onlys bust out three freakbeatpop hits with the best goddamn harmonies you’ll hear all year. We love these guys and wish they were our neighbors. The band also has current and future full lengths on Castle Face and Woodsist. 500 pressed. Second pressing - 500.

fresh and onlys - i'll tell you everything by dirty knobby industries
Our Love Will Destroy The World Our Love Will Destroy The World

Our Love Will Destroy the World Polished Glass Autobahn 7" – Debut single of the new project by Campbell Kneale (Birchville Cat Motel / Black Boned Angel). Campbell says "Shoot. The goddamn funkiest noise record ever? Like a bop-off between Rudolph Grey and Terminator X. Grinding psychedirgecore plastered over ghastly electrosplatter and ambivalent fake-americana strummage. And that's just side one! Side two grovels in halls of gravel, blurring the line between this world and the next... like Aldous Huxley writing a book about how he lost his marbles whilst listening to Hawkwind. Like, like, like...EVERYBODYDANCENOW!)" Sure to pack the dance floors in Hades. 500 pressed.

our love will destroy the world - galactic masada by dirty knobby industries

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afcgt album Afcgt-SOLD OUT!

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AFCGT s/t 10" EP- Following the extremely limited cd-r, AFCGT (or A-Frames Climax Golden Twins) drop eight new mangled tunes for their debut vinyl release. A truly rare case of a supergroup living up to expectations, AFCGT unholy racket goes from noise punk jams to tripped out psychedlic intergelactic excursions. 500 pressed on mainly 10" red vinyl. SOLD OUT! Hit up out Distros!

afcgt - return of the leper by dirty knobby industries

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alstralsocialclub album Astral Social Club

Astral Social Club Monster Mittens 7" - New single by Neil Campbell's ever-evolving solo project, Astral Social Club. Neil (A Band, Vibracathedral Orchestra) with assistance from Karl Bauer (Axolotl) unleashes two electronic psychedelic noise jams with distorted loops, cascading feedback, and the sound of hypnotic drones recorded in space. 500 pressed.

astral social club - monster mittens by dirty knobby industries
Peter Wright Magpie Attack Peter Wright- Magpie Attack

Peter Wright Magpie Attack on the Back Road to Albert Town 7" - New 2-song single by New Zealand-born, London-based Peter Wright. Aquarius Records says Peter is "one of the most compelling sound makers we have ever heard" and has released records on Celebrate Psi Phenomenon, Drone, Last Visible Dog, Digitalis, and PseudoArcana. Peter uses a 12-string guitar, effects, amplified mini tambura, bells, chimes, and other gizmos to create powerful, organic noise. For fans of Smith and Youngs, Matthew Bower, and Birchville Cat Motel. Mastered by John Golden for maximum volume and pressed on thick vinyl. 500 pressed

peter wright - magpie attack on the back road by dirty knobby industries
Unnatural Helpers s/t Unnatural Helpers s/t CD

Unnatural Helpers s/t cd- 13 song opus of beer-fueled garage rock pop that's too good for the normally tired genre. Featuring Dean and Mike, the dingleberries behind Double Fudge, the band is filled out by current/ex-members of the Intelligence, the Diapers, the Lights, the Pulse, Welcome, and Sick Bees on this hit-fill collection. A virtual who's of who of Underground Seattle rock, the Helpers debuted on the infamous S-S records, Babyhead compilation, and dished out this hot rock platter before their equally boss Dirty Knobby EP,A full length on Hardly Art is up next for the band, so jump aboard the Hype Train now!

unnatural helpers - mr. children by dirty knobby industries
helpers cover Unnatural Helpers- Earwax 7"
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Unnatural Helpers Earwax 7" EP – Current / fired / goofiest members of Welcome, Double Fudge, the Intelligence, Dipers, Kinski, Tight Bros from Way Back When, and a million other bands follow up their debut CD with five more short, smart ass songs about mouth holes, lousy TV, New York City, bad food, and other sordid subjects. 500 pressed, hand-made covers.

unnatural helpers - earwax by dirty knobby industries
Drills- Skull Death Drills- Skull Death

The Drills Skull Death 2 7"- Recordings from Seattle's noisiest hardcore band. They were formed by two thirtysomething ex-hippies with distortion boxes and a drum machine who fell in love with the local hardcore scene, recruited some young punks, and recorded a bunch of racket that was out of step with the world. They appeared on the 1983 What Syndrome cassette compilation tape along with the Fartz, the Rejectors, Mr. Epp, Silly Killers, and Solger, and played loud, noisy, and primitive punk rock. These recordings were lost for 25 years until now... Think Forming-era Germs meet Bobby Sox or something equally as awsome and you'll be close. 500 pressed.

the drills - no more beer by dirty knobby industries