Welcome to the B2B distribution system of Sounds of Subterrania!

End customers can normally order their records via the shop.

Hope to hear from you soon!
Gregor

... and now enjoy the digging!
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    OCEANS OF THE MOON

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    POW!

    Shift

    Just when we thought we knew what to expect from POW! they surprise us with a vigorous and rabid LPs worth of moody cybernetic punk that’s frankly their best yet. Their 4th is oil-dipped in a rainbo
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    ONCE & FUTURE BAND

    Our Feeling of Natural High

    "The space-age songsmiths of Once & Future Band have been ting-tinging away on the truly heavy anvil of hominid perspective and emotion again to bring you this singing scape of songs. Annealing for ov
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    DYLAN SHEARER

    Garagearray

    Cut from the cloth of early Soft Machine and Kevin Ayers-isms, “garagearray” is a lofty, loopy flight in a candy floss-clouded sky, with an ever-present a darkness below the surface. It's wond
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    ALEX CAMERON

    Live In San Francisco

    Here we have the final entry into our Live In San Francisco series: an intimate evening with Alex and his indispensable sax man, Roy Molloy (beard in briefcase) performing at the Swedish American Hall
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    POW!

    Fight Fire

    POW! is rechromed and ready to soundtrack your dystopian near future. Harsh neon synths keep battle with zipline guitars for space above a dark and teeming cityscape. Your guide is always in the shado
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    BRIGID DAWSON & THE MOTHERS NETWORK

    Ballet of Apes

    Tip-top of our osmosis list is the first quiver of tunes from Brigid Dawson and her newly minted Mothers Network: wise warnings dyed in dark hues, knotted and hard-won torch songs from the edge of a t
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    EX-CULT

    Cigarette Machine

    On the tail of their excellent breakout 2nd LP "Midnight Passenger" on Goner Records, we have a brand new batch of bruisers from Ex-Cult, the Memphis-based punk cyclone that no doubt has laid waste to
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    MOUNTAINS AND RAINBOWS

    Particles

    “I’m so tired of making sense” - Mountains & Rainbows “AM 580” Last summer John came back from an Oh Sees tour talking about a fantastic band he’d played with in Detroit called Mountains
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    W-X

    s/t

    Announcing W-X, a new double LP by Tim Presley “I look across the table at the man cuban coffee in hand, cigarette stuck to lip glasses nearly opaque grey blue you can see his sleepy eyes but on
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    FRESH & ONLYS

    Debut

    Debut LP from The Fresh & Onlys, featuring the ultra jam Fog Machine. Artwork by Joe Roberts.
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    BURNT ONES

    Gift

    We've very honored to present Burnt Ones' third record "Gift", which may be a bit of a surprise to fans of the band on first listen - it's far more psychedelic than their previous work, a
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    NAKED LIGHTS

    On Nature

    Surrender yourself into Naked Lights' dark and intense orbit! From the first few seconds to the end this record here is intensely addictive and welcomely unpredictable stuff. Shades of post-punk,
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    MIKEY YOUNG

    You Feelin' Me?

    The path is finally revealed by a splash of light, and it is dazzling. You cover your eye bones with a claw and can make out a reflection of the perfect being There is a whiff of you in there. Ther
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    FRESH & ONLYS

    Early Years Anthology

    We were young enough to put our bodies to the test every night on the 7 x 7 mile patch of the bay. The endless wars seemed less at home. Songs were hanging off the branches heavy, plump and threatenin
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    BLASTED CANYONS

    2nd Place

    Blasted Canyons' newest is a bit gothier, a bit cleaned up, but still pissed off and stoned in equal measure. B side laser etching and artwork by Jo Roberts.
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    DEEP THROATS

    Good Bad Pretty

    "Trying to look up “Deep Throats” on the internet to find out what year I first saw them just proved interesting...Clarion Alley 1999(?) I was a kid, I took mushrooms to help me 'ease into
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    KEDAMA

    The Complete Collection

    “Three thick lps of hot jellied kraut-prog heavies coming at you from 1970s swiss-german based Kedama 3 lps of “live” in the studio and actual live recordings unbelievably telekinetic drum
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    M. CAYE CASTAGNETTO

    Leap Second

    Influenced by a life split between Lima, London, and Twentynine Palms, Peru-born Caye Castagnetto's "Leap Second" is an intriguingly personal and hard to classify debut album. The album is thick
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    ANDREAS AUSLAUF

    Schwarzer Humor

    Gemeinsam mit unseren Freunden von Truemmer Pogo und dem Heldenstadt Anders e.V. haben wir uns einer bisher sträflichst vernachlässigte Perle des DDR-Punk gewidmet: ANDREAS AUSLAUF aus Suhl, existen
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    KELLEY STOLTZ

    Que Aura

    Extra fine songwriter and longtime bedroom-pop auteur Kelley Stoltz has a new album Que Aura, and it delivers on the promise so many of his records have slyly hinted at, teased us with - what we have
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    DAMAGED BUG

    Bug On Yonkers

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    MALLARD

    Yes On Blood

    We're mighty proud of the Mallard and their home-cooked debut LP, brimming with raw edges, left turns, and ramshackle brilliance.
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    PRETTIEST EYES

    Vol 3

    Last year’s Pools having taken up a sizable chunk of our cold dark hearts, we were delighted to hear that LA post-industrial trio Prettiest Eyes have a new gang of crowd-stirrers. None too early, ei