Never compromise. Not even in the face of Armageddon. That's always been the difference between us ... (Rorschach)

Perhaps it's just what Rorschach said to Daniel, what fuels us as an independent label. This thought originated Sounds of Subterrania's work as a distribution. To help other labels selling their records, creating networks and to support each other. Now we've got a new tool and I hope it facilitates your work and the process of ordering. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And I'm always open and thankful for any suggestions to improve the new concept.

Hope to hear from you soon!
Gregor

... and now enjoy the digging!
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    BETA YAMA GROUP, THE

    Free Love

    It’s hard to get a handle on Nigerian musicians Nash Dodoo, Charlie Cuul and Jonas Caulley. In 1980 they released an album of face-melting gospel boogie as the BML chapels. And in the same year, cal
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    MANFORD BEST

    Come Go With Me

    With the Super Wings in mutiny and a trail for the manslaughter of his former bandmate, Spuds Nathan, still hanging over his head, Manford Best came out swinging with Come Go With Me. It’s a chirpy,
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    KIKI GYAN

    Feelin Alright

    Kiki Gyan’s star didn’t burn long, but it burned bright. Drafted into the Afro funk super group, Osibisa, at 15, he was millionaire by 18 and regarded as one of the best keyboardists in the world
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    EMMA DORGU

    Roverman

    In 1979, Emma Dorgu decided it was time to act. He’d torn up the Lagos live scene with The Thermometers and conquered the airwaves with the single, ‘World People’. But there were injustices afoo
  • DIGGER BARNES

    Near Exit 27

    Seit 10 Jahren dokumentiert der Singer-Songwriter Digger Barnes auf seinen Platten das Leben on the road. Geschichten voller Sehnsucht, Melancholie und morbidem Charme sind sein Markenzeichen und lief
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    GROUP DOUEH & CHEVEU

    Dahkla Sahara Session

    On the one hand, there's Cheveu, the French three-member band, whose soundtrack has never ceased to question music codes by exceeding various genres and pushing back their limits. On the other han
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    VIROT, FRANCOIS

    Marginal Spots

    2008. François Virot releases his first album - at least the first that is not a burnt CD-R. Presented with a yes-no question, both the public and the critics unanimously went for the first option. H
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    SWAMPS, THE

    Rockin Mess!!!

    Remember The Gories with their fucked up solos, off tempo and beat, sounding as wasted as they can be? This is the japanese translation. Infused with fury of the blood orange sun, its a collection o
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    SHADY AND THE VAMP

    The Holy Teachings Of Rock n Roll

    Switzerlands hottest scheisse right now! After 2.5 singles and a brilliant 10" we are more than happy / proud to let you know that the Bachelor Record Company is putting out the debut album of SHADY A
  • TEAMSTERS, THE

    Sharp Suited S.O.A.G.

    The Teamsters haven't released anything since September 2014, with the exception of a demo on a compilation tape released over in Chicago. Their line-up of drummers changed drastically over the la
  • MISS CHAIN & THE BROKEN HEELS

    Uh Uh / Standing The Night

    It’s been quiet for some time for MISS CHAIN ND THE BROKEN HEELS, the extensive touring after their second album (The Dawn, released by Burger, Bachelor and Tre Accordi), band members went their own
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    CROMWELL

    At the Gallop

    Initially self-released in 1975 by the Drumcondra, Dublin-based Cromwell, At The Gallop is a blistering, heavy, loud’n’lascivious ten track offering (thirteen in this expanded edition) of proto-me
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    WOLFGANG

    Eliminate Hate

    After more than 30 years hidden in a dusty storage unit, we present the previously unreleased album from one of the most enigmatic bands from the Texas psychedelic scene. An unusual blend of 60s garag
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    AGUILAR, ILDEFONSO

    Erosion

    Spooky, meditative soundscapes inspired by the desolate volcanic environment of Lanzarote (Canary Islands), created using Minimoog, Polymoog, vocal loops and field recordings. Originally recorded in G
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    KOMPLIKATIONS

    Humans

    Their 4th installment of high-quality synthies punk is exactly what you wished for. KOMPLIKATIONS don‘t get boring. They get bored. And these new songs might be even more intense than ever.
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    PRETTY HURTS

    s/t

    Their second release on Rockstar is also their first full length album and it's a big step forward. If you look up this band in your mental drawer, you'll find them somewhere between dirty No
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    RUBY

    s/t

    „Out of the ashes of great things there will rise an even greater thingy“ (Socrates). Yeah, this melody driven Punk Rock Band out of Berlin is truly one of the great things that the year 2016 had
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    REQUIEM

    For a World After

    Dark progressive synth ambient meet Berlin-School sounds on this privately pressed, conceptual album which “tells the story of a world annihilation through nuclear war”. “Requiem” is full of
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    BLACK CHILDREN SLEDGE FUNK GROUP

    Vol. 3: Aviation Grand Father

    In the mid-seventies Nigeria, everybody loved the Black Children Sledge Funk Co. Band. Blasting out of the bustling river port of Onitsha, their infectious, feel-good grooves were the perfect antidote
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    JAKE SOLLO

    Coming Home

    In 1977 Jake Sollo returned to Nigeria to record his first solo album, Coming Home. His long-term band, The Funkees, had imploded in London. And his big break with the Afro super band, Osibisa, was cu
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    EMMA OGOSI

    Nobody Knows

    Limited to 500 copies only! Emma Ogosi has worn a lot of different hats in his career: former air force officer, guitarist with Benin-based Pogo Limited, and husband and manager of Nigerian reggae sup
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    KELENKYE BAND

    Moving World

    In 1974, a brash young designer called Augustus Kerry Taylor had an idea. He'd gather together the hottest musicians in Ghana and record an album of the heaviest and funkiest sounds coming out of
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    BALA MILLER AND THE GREAT MUSIC PIRAMEEDS OF AFRICA

    Pyramids

    Bala Miller was famous for pushing boundaries. His first job was selling beer in the Muslim north. And as a musician he'd always try to sneak in 'local' flourishes while playing trumpet wi
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    JOE KEMFA

    Jungle Juice

    Jungle Juice is a paean to the redemptive powers of boogie – a slab of New York ghetto grooves getting its freak on in the jungles of Africa. Joe Kemfa promises a magical party and that's what y