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  1. Hey me and a couple of buddies were interested in cutting out own lofi records, and I know everyone says the sound is pure shit but I've heard some recordings and apparently you can get good enough for it to sound pretty cool! I heard you can cut into lots of things like CDs, plastic plates, etc. I also heard you can cut into 12" laserdiscs! So I bought a few neat Japanese anime ones on Ebay. (What's with our fascination with obsolete formats?) I just wanted to get people's inputs on making your own recordings at home, and cutting records for your friend's local bands etc.
  2. The new 2-song flexi titled "Purple & Blue" from Daisyhead is up for preorder now. It's limited to 25 copies and it looks like 9 of them have sold in just a couple hours. http://merchnow.com/products/v2/259407/purple-and-blue-black-7-flexi Listen to the new song here: http://www.altpress.com/features/entry/daisyhead_cute_little_finger_exclusive
  3. Because we like throwing money away, we're putting out a limited to 20 hi-fi-stereo 12" lathe cut of a non-active band's non-active side project. That's right, the sophomore album from Chicago's PINK GUYS is out TODAY on all of your favorite streaming services. We started recording this in 2014 and finally finished it in 2018. Better late than never, right? Anyhow, you can pre-order the lathe cut NOW. It's gonna be a one-sided clear 12" that will sound and look fantastic. Full color art. Full lyrics and root chords in the liner notes so you can play along. Limited to just 20 copies and selling
  4. Wild Vagina - "Wild and Wonderful...Wild Vagina" lathe cut 7" Only 50 were made available. Velocity of Sound sells all our releases at cost. Thank you.
  5. Countdown timer. This kicks off at midnight tonight... www.blackhouserecordsinc.com/narf (countdown timer) blackhouseinc.storenvy.com (direct store link for preorder) 10" lathe LP - Limited to 55 copies made. Clear vinyl with full color numbered outer folder jacket with resealable strong polybag. Comes with fully packaged CD version. CD version limited to 300 copies and includes 2 bonus tracks not available on the LP/Digital versions. Both tracks previously unreleased. Thanks!
  6. +++PLEASE NOTE: THERE ARE ONLY 23 OF THESE LEFT AS OF 8AM, 11/8/2016.+++ ========================================================================== **THIS IS A PREORDER. ALL PREORDERS WILL SHIP ON NOVEMBER 23RD, 2016.** ORDER HERE: BLACKHOUSEINC.STORENVY.COM PACKAGES AVAILABLE: 1. 10” CLEAR LATHE CUT LP + CD digipak bundle (only 55 available total). 2. CD only (300 available, fully packaged in digipak). SLUG CHRIST x KEYBOARD KID 206 “THE DEMIURGE” CD/10” HANDMADE LATHE LP - clear vinyl (Limited Edition). Slug Christ x Keyboard K
  7. Hey, i am in a garage band right over the bridge from philly (south jersey). and i want to make a 7 inch single/ maybe a split. But with the backlog of bands in record pressing plants, the wait time seems enormous to get anything pressed. so what i am wondering, is their any label/hobbyist out in the nj/pa area willing to take on doing a small run of this single? and if so, how much would you charging? Any info is much appreciated- Max
  8. Rozwell Kid - I Pledge Allegaince to Sheetz 7" lathe picture disc Mystery 7" lathe Jnasty on LSD cassette TWIABP - The Tool Part cassette Theres also some TWIABP spoons + Forks, shirts, and a flag.
  9. So I used the fabulous search button here and didn't find a thread for this comparison. If I missed it point it out and maybe the mods could merge it. Anyway I have a friend who wants to potentially put on some music on a small run. Other than a traditional 7" vinyl a discussion came up about the sound quality of lathes vs. flexis. Anyone own both of these? Which would you prefer, and for anyone who has had both made for their label which would they prefer and what would be the difference in cost? Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.
  10. http://intheclouds.limitedrun.com/products/528853-wild-imaginaries-carousels-7 One of the major reasons we bought the vinyl lathe was to allow us to continue to work with new bands simply because we love the music and want to help them be heard. which is the case with our latest release from Wild Imaginaries. The San Francisco trio proved to be incredible musicians with their last band Via Coma, so we were happy to help launch their new act. Their first two songs are placed back-to-back on a lathe-cut 7”, packaged in a hand-made tri-fold jacket emulating their single artwork
  11. I just posted an interview with Matt Dixon who runs LatheCuts.com. Thought maybe some of you'd be interested. http://www.smallhoursjournal.com
  12. Hey, Friends! So last week's first lathe entry in our series received a total of 56 orders. Pretty great numbers for a first shot out! As of this week's second lathe, we're going to be making this a weekly thing. When one order for a lathe ends, another will start moments later, so the time is still of the essence to get a hold of these. Also, at $10 ppd, you're getting a good deal each time! A few notes from the sales listing: "This pre-order will be up for ONE WEEK and then taken down. However many that we receive orders for is however many we will make. The cap for all lathes in
  13. If you have it, PM me and let's work out a deal!
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