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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    MAXIMUM ERNST

    Time Delay Safe

    In advance of a scintillating 12” EP, Ever/Never perplexes the masses with another Maximum Ernst curveball that is a harbinger of things to come. Like some form of residue from the past, “Signal T
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    CODE BMUS

    Strike Now

    Nineteen hundred and seventy-eight was ground zero for the UK post-punk explosion. The previous few years had seen raw rock n' roll claw it's way back into the mass consciousness, but '78
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    WILFUL BOYS

    Anybody There?

    New York City’s Wilful Boys is hard rock the way it once was -- and should always be -- for now and forever, amen. You know Wilful Boys are old-school from the start, as mainman and singer Steven Fi
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    DAN MELCHIOR

    Road Not Driving

    Last time we checked in with Dan Melchior, he was Playing The Greys (see Ever/Never # 21). What has he been up to lately? Melchior is as aesthetically restless as he is endlessly creative, so in betwe
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    MAXIMUM ERNST

    Perfect Mixer / Matchless Pair

    The worm never stops turning at MaxE HQ, so as we make another trip thru the solar system on Spacefish Mirth, Ever/Never presents Perfect Mixer/Matchless Pair. Before you ask—Yes, it’s good. Yes,
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    OBNOX

    Wiglet

    The people say they want the truth. Let’s take them at their word: The People want the Truth. Lamont ‘Bim’ Thomas is the god(damn/’s honest) Truth. We all know the truth isn’t always pret
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    RICHARD PAPIERCUTS

    Twisting The Night

    When we last checked in with urban troubadour Richard Papiercuts, he was leading his band through the ambitious pop of IF, his debut for Ever/Never. A major statement from an unknown artist, IF was ri
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    WILFUL BOYS

    Rough As Guts

    New York City's The Wilful Boys is hard rock the way it once was -- and should always be -- now and forever, amen. You know The Wilful Boys are old-school from the get-go as you won’t find
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    RICHARD PAPIERCUTS

    IF

    Influenced in equal measure by both sides of the street and the top and bottom of the charts, Richard Papiercuts’ “IF” sets a new standard for ambitious pop music on a shoestring budget. Meti
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    MAXIMUM ERNST

    s/t

    On one side, we have upstart NYC free-rock duo Maximum Ernst and on the other, masterful journeyman horn specialist Daniel Carter. Daniel has been blowing through his array of horns for over fifty yea
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    EN KERNAGHAN BAND

    s/t

    Way down there at the bottom of the world, there is a young man named En Kernaghan who is devoting his life to a higher power. Make that two higher powers; and from our perspective, there ain’t none
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    PATOIS COUNSELORS

    Proper Release

    Here we have it. Patois Counselors and their debut album Proper Release. Eleven slashes, eleven perfectly nervous trips to the well. And this North Carolinian band has landed in a welcoming hangar --
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    SCUPPER

    Everything

    Like the millennial squishing of dumb rock into diamonds that eventually adorn dames' fingers, it's the geezers—intimate with dreams crushed by the hard knox of indifference—who're tru
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    QUIETUS

    Volume Four

    For nearly ten years, songwriter and sound-sculptor Geoffrey Bankowski has been digging secret tunnels through recorded sound with his project, Quietus. Like all the best home-recording artists, Banko
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    DAN MELCHIOR

    Plays "The Greys"

    Dan Melchior is artist as perpetual motion machine. We could say “shark,” but Dan doesn’t sniff for blood in the water. Instead, he is inviting you to his private lake; his solace relies on hi
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    RAGTIME FRANK

    I Know Said The King

    It only takes a few bars into Ragtime Frank’s fuzz opus “Bo 1969” to figure out how Frank likes his toast -- slathered in sizzling distortion, like hot butter bubbling up from the depths of the
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    HOUSEWIVES

    s/t

    Punk in the age of infinite duplication. Endless algorithms -- strands of digital DNA wrapping like loose cords around the arteries of daily life. We find ourselves mannequin-ed -- gazing longingly a
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    CHINESE RESTAURANTS, THE

    Instant Music

    It only took 23 years but the first long-playing record by The Chinese Restaurants is finally here. The Chinese Restaurants is the long-term partnership founded in 1996 by artists LF Restaurant (a.k.
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    MOSQUITO EGO

    Glomb

    Like so many great bands over the years, noise rock aggregate Mosquito Ego was founded under accidental circumstances. According to main Mosquito Moritz (also in the punk-as-fuck Cluster Bomb Unit
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    MAXIMUM ERNST

    Live at Legion Hall

    Following a successful collaboration released on CD and cassette by New York City’s Ever/Never Records, legendary reeds-master Daniel Carter and the duo known as Maximum Ernst converge once again. R
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    SPIRITUAL MAFIA

    Al Fresco

    Alfresco is the debut album from Spiritual Mafia. The band played a handful of shows a few years ago, but found it near impossible to continue due to members spread across the far reaches of Australia
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    FATE VS FREE WILLY

    New Dead End

    Three youngsters originally from Russia banging super loud and primitive lo-fi no-wave punk in the spirit of eary 80s New York stuff
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    FUN

    Death Star

    Super tight noiserock in the spirit of all the Touch & Go legends
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    HERO DISHONEST

    Maailma palaa taas

    20+ years old hardcore thrashers getting angrier and faster. 20 minutes of no bullshit.