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Fly Ashtray “We Buy Everything You Have” 12-inch $15
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Fly Ashtray is one of the best and most unappreciated bands to emerge from the New York City lo-fi scene of the 1990s. This album is a triumphant return to form, and you will need more than one copy because you will wear this mother out! Insiders will remember their trademark catchy hooks and surreal song titles. Their 1991 landmark debut “Clumps Take a...

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Ben Lawless “Friday Night 4 Lyfe” / Squinchy “Assorted Nuts” Split 12-inch 2014 $15
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New release! NYC’s Squinchy plays in Autobody, Dyamaxion and Fly Ashtray; Atlanta’s Ben Lawless has been in King Congregation, Heavy Medical Hardware, Forever, the Bon Vivants, and Prefuse 73. Ben: Here is a concoction strained from 4-track voodoo bitch’s brew to pure mad monkey mongo mollasses – a sour mash of scifi pfunk sustaining an endless legion of zombie big band party breaks. Squinch:...

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Earzumba & Jib Kidder Split 12″ w/ DVD 2010 $15
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Jib Kidder (Weird World, Asthmatic Kitty, States Rights) gives a parting tribute to L/A glam-packed with damaged visions and spectacular collisions of funk/soul samples and densely constructed rhythm and country punk guitar solos. Earzumba (formerly CD Lens Cleaner/Reynols) mixes oddball samples and brilliant keyboard drone jazz reflecting a transcontinental gloss with a grungy South American-Afro cosmic twist. Includes a DVD of Jib Kidder video...

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Various Artists – 1s, 2s, & 3s CD with fold out cover 1997 $5
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Another mid 90s document of Atlanta jazz-noise from members of San Agustin, William Carlos Williams, Gold Sparkle Band, and others – all hot to out-weird each other! All these recordings took place at Red Light Cafe in one of the all time craziest open mic night type sessions ever compiled – reminiscent if you will of the Wildflowers Series, replacing Loft professionals with wily...

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Bad Poet – “Necrofolia” 33 rpm 7-inch 1999 $8
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Fender Rhodes, bass, vocals and acoustic guitars by Ben Young, drums and conga by Ben Lawless, vocal and drum programming by Mike Wright, vocal by Sunni McGarrity, and viola by Ena Ballard. Written in 1997 and released in 1999 after endless sessions in Grant Park homes. Mike Wright produced and shepherded this massive project, unbelievably, into completion; mastered by international guitar hero David Daniell....

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Autobody 7-inch 2001 $5
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“Some have claimed this is the strangest thing we have ever done – recorded on pieces of masking tape, using instruments that only our ionic spheres can recall.” – Autobody’s Dave Abel aka Squinchy (Fly Ashtray/Dymaxion). “Lovely bit of tape collage murk” – Paul Wild, Fisheye. “Excellent … Instrumental lurk-passages that are lit only by damp phosphorescent rags” – Byron Coley, The Wire. “The...

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Eugene Chadbourne – Jungle Cookies 2xCD with fold out color cover 1998 $20
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Tom Heasley, Luc Houtkamp, Rob Mallard, Rob Parham, Lenny Kaye, Jimmy Carl Black, and others are featured on this vast collage tribute to Amsterdam and key characters in this phase of Eugene’s life. Another psychedelic masterpiece from one of America’s great surrealists. “Chadbourne is particularly sensitive to sensations of depth created by his sound sources and achieves many a superb jump from vista to...

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DQE “Hot Dog!” 7-inch 2002 $5
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An excellent document from an unparalleled local band, around since the late 80s but known only to privileged locals; a rare capture of her energy by producer Mike Wright. “Grace Braun (Dark Beloved Cloud) is one of America’s most talented and prolific singer-songwriters” – WELH, Brown Student Radio. “A noisy, clamorous affair of enthusiasm, propelling each track forward… DQE straddles psychobilly and cow punk...

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Jad Fair & R. Stevie Moore – Fairmoore CD 2002 $15
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Two of our favorite people on the Earth kick back and rap, swing, roll and sweat on 20+ tracks. “A wild and wooly ride of childish humor and wacky home-recorded pop” – modernfix.com. “There is a childlike quality to this music … FairMoore, even at its most “out”, is full of uncomplicated pop songs expressing unabashed (and unashamed) feelings… Cherish this record’s cheerful oddness,...

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Forever – Love Changes CD EP 2002 $5
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Man, these guys could put on a live show! But they also rocked a studio for these songs and they sound every bit as dreamy as they did live. Forever was Ben Young’s post-Bad Poet/pre-Bon Vivants group, and if you are familiar with either of those incarnations you’ll be ripe for this sweet fruit. “A charming album of pop songs inspired by ’60s psychedelic...

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Various Artists – Eye Scream Festival CD with handpackaged covers 1999 $5
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Documenting an Atlanta underground jazz conference from 1997 with Eugene Chadbourne’s Insect and Western Trio (performing the theme from Exorcist II), Davey Williams and Ladonna Smith, William Carlos Williams, Gold Sparkle Band, Shaking Ray Levis (with the late great Dennis Palmer), and Charlie Parker (the band). “It is the priviledge of undiscovered genius to release discs that will become impossible-to-acquire collectors’ items, and here...

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Eric Gaffney “Uncharted Waters” CD 2006 $15
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A compilation of home and studio (Subpop) recordings by a founding member of indie legend Sebadoh. “Gaffney—both during Sebadoh and post-Sebadoh—seems to most embody the DIY spirit that has come to partially define the band and, in turn, the bands they inspired… With its ample runtime and easy charms, Uncharted Waters provides a fine place for catching up with Gaffney”- The Red Alert. “Gaffney’s...

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Bon Vivants – Soul Action 45 rpm 10-inch w/ poster 2005 $10
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Ben Young, Rob Parham, Tim Genius, and Ben Lawless; recorded on multiple four-tracks by Lawless in Flournoy Holmes’ mansion on Ponce de Leon. In The Wire, Byron Coley called it a “lo-fi hammer of nonironic guitar rock” and compared it to Billy Synth. “The glee/anger is rivaled today only by Black Lips, who are in their own class. But I dare you to listen...

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Le Man Avec Les  – ? 12-inch 2007 (A Lucky 13 release) $8
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“A name of French-English origins for a bespectacled gentlemen, LMALL spin spools of audio blankets that seek to cover and connect all points and corners of the world” – Impose Magazine. “Sounds warm, quiet, sad but also somehow ironic… a mix of twee pop, electronic; bizarre, warm and jazzy… The first Italian band to have performed at the prestigious festival of indiepop Emmaboda (Sweden).”...

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Witt Mills – Dust Collection Agency CD/Video 2004 $8
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A bright light of Atlanta’s 90’s underground, DeWitt as he sometimes called himself is no longer with us, but this CD remains. Culled from tapes sent to Old Gold from 1994 to 1999, and a final cd sent to Tiger Tiger’s Shane Pringle in 2003, this is a great compilation with a photo of Witt by Chan Marshall that also includes a Quicktime copy...

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Earzumba “simulando un refugio” CD 2005 $10
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Argentine Earzumba, ex-Reynols/Nuegado de Serpientes /Bay Bar Boys, delivers on this bejewelled refuge of platinum psychedelia. Rotated on WFMU, WXYC (top 99), CRMK, WNYU, and KZSU. “Looking into the trashcans of audio rejections (Earzumba), with effortless acumen, knits and seams engrossing parallel worlds of sonic mayhem and delicious instability of our auditive mechanics” – Massimo Ricci. “Truly, you could easily mistake “simulando un refugio”...

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Tim Foljahn – Obvious Urban Landscapes CD/Book 2001 $8
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Foljahn, best known as Two Dollar Guitar, has played with Thurston Moore, Mosquito, Half Japanese, Townes Van Zandt, Boredoms, Catpower, Christina Rosenvinge and Alexa Wilding. He made several cassettes for Old Gold before this excellent foray into industrial music. “A one-hour-long electronic journey through the man’s complex mind, packaged with a twenty-page booklet of dream journal diary entries. Lovely, and limited to 500 copies”...

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Various Artists – OGX! Double LP with hand painted covers and inserts 2004 $20
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Our 10th anniversary celebration, a party from start to finish. Unreleased music from Jad Fair & R. Stevie Moore, Charlie Parker, Petland Toy Faktory, Bad Poet, Charlie Parker, Cheryl Leonard, David Daniell, Eyeball Hurt & The Medicine, Tom Heasley, Morgan Guberman, 2 Geniuses, Zandosis, How to Kick Yourself, Earzumba (CD) and Audiodelica, L. Contra, Dog, Drue Langlois, Autobody, Untanned Hide of a Young Cow,...

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Royal Art Lodge “Songs from 20th Century Homes” LP with screened cover and insert 2000 $15
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Back when Old Gold was all about cassette tapes, we got a curious package in the mail from Winnipeg. In it was a letter from Michael Dumontier extolling the virtues of our Howard Finster cassette release, some highly amusing collaborative drawings, and a “Tape for Old Gold” crafted with unique handmade slipcase/booklet, which became this record. Dumontier was a member of Royal Art Lodge,...

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Zandosis “Z vs. W” 180-gram 7-inch with screened cover 2006 $8
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Marshall Avett, Stewart Voegtlin and Tony Gordon present an artifact of genuine protest against the Bush administration improvised and recorded at the outbreak of the cold war. “Z Vs W is pretty monstrous. Using electric bass and an assortment of woodwinds, horns, drums, and crude electronics, the trio do a beautiful job of going beyond the formality that seems to lie in the hearts...

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Tamio Shairoshi & Sean Meehan – Summer Concerts 12-inch 2006 $15
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“sean meehan has collaborated with sachiko m, mamoru fujieda, michihiro sato, edwin torres, muigel algarin, greg kelley, ami yoshida, taku sugimoto, toshimaru nakamura, tetzui akiyama, kiyoharu kuwayama and many others… tamio shiraishi has been performing since the late 1970s, including playing drums and synthesizer in an early incarnation of fushitsusha.” – fusetron “Who’s playing what? Who’s playing where? Who’s playing whom? … A testament...

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