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Release of "Bare Winter Trees" by Unknown Rockstar

Release of "Bare Winter Trees" by Unknown Rockstar

A new album by the Unknown Rockstar, Bare Winter Trees is a longform guitar improvisation. Spiralling, steely, overtone rich guitar lines and loops create a variety of cold, metallic, but murky spaces. Emotions, sentimentality and the odd surprise arise.

Release of "Ghost Violin" featuring Unknown Rockstar on Liquid Library

Release of "Ghost Violin" featuring Unknown Rockstar on Liquid Library

The fantastic Liquid Library have just released the self-titled album Ghost Violin, a collaboration between Ivy Nostrum and Postmoderncore’s own Unknown Rockstar. “Ethereal clutter, bizzaro frequencies and will o the wisp noise”. “Junk grumble, angst scuzz, headache drifts. Smooth!”.

Release of "Hand Dryer Solos" by The Doll

Release of "Hand Dryer Solos" by The Doll

We’re excited to released an album by The Doll. The Doll has been making no-fi sounds since 2004. She likes to augment her vocals with contact mics, balloons, magnetic tape, percussion junk, garbage from the side of the road, horns, household appliances, a T-Pain mic, & field recordings. She enjoys Cool Edit Pro on an XP craptop.

The Doll spent a year exploring the inner noiselife of the hand dryers and air blades that dwell in castles, cathedrals, pubs, venues, museums etc. Hand Dryer Solos is made from a selection of live recordings performed in public bathrooms for unsuspecting members of the No Audience Overground.

Recorded on a phone in the toilets of Wales and England, with a splash of Spain, Portugal & Romania for good measure.

Release of "World's Worst Bootlegs 2011-2017" by Tangent

Release of "World's Worst Bootlegs 2011-2017" by Tangent

Tangent has released a new album of confusion and interest, World’s Worst Bootlegs 2011-2017. Seven years in the making.

How are these bootlegs the worst? Where did they come from? Why inflict them upon the world?

Release of "Brother Calls" by Dead Air Fresheners

Release of "Brother Calls" by Dead Air Fresheners

Dead Air Fresheners have released their third album on Postmoderncore, Brother Calls.

A new age monster is born in a playground. Before the children and before the weather an assemblage was recorded. Two brothers had a dialog that sounded like a monologue. Nobody knows what happened to the number six. One xylophone and three metal flowers, occasionally three analog tone generators we found in the street. One brother calls another. Van, garage, and hotel room studios. Press rewind.

A little different to their previous albums with us, but still with their distinctive aesthetic.