Release of postmoderncore retrospective compilation, and shopping cart
I have released a retrospective compilation to celebrate postmoderncore's fiftieth release, and fifth year as a label. The compilation is a great way to find out the wide variety of sounds, artists, and styles that postmoderncore offers. It is only available for download currently. It will be available for purchase soon, hopefully in a couple of weeks.
I have also set up a shopping cart for postmoderncore, to ease the buying of multiple albums from us. And unfortunately, I have had to put the prices of the albums up, because the US dollar has gone up substantially against the New Zealand dollar since I last set the prices.
Second photo gallery is now online
I've put a second gallery of photos online. These are photos I have taken around where I am living in Changwon, South Korea.
Salad bones - full mp3s of the album now available
dr shopper has decided to make full length mp3s of the whole salad bones album available for download, so go to the website now and check it out. It's a great CD of spoken word with music, produced by Wellington, New Zealand based poets and musicians.
Postmoderncore on Oddio Overplay and Metafilter
postmoderncore has recently appeared on two websites. Firstly it is featured site of the month on the Oddio Overplay website. Oddio Overplay is a great website that links to free music of many sorts all over the internet. Secondly postmoderncore has just been mentioned on Metafilter, a website that collects links to interesting sites.
Recently the postmoderncore about page has been updated, with a better description of the label, it's origins, and it's objectives.
This is the first postmoderncore news for a while, because I have been very busy working in South Korea. I have just bought a computer, so now there should be more updates to postmoderncore, and some more releases in a couple of months.
Huge set of releases including Jeff Henderson
This is the last set of releases before I go to Korea. There are ten new albums available. Two of these releases are by Jeff Henderson. Jeff is an integral part of the New Zealand improvised music scene. He is one of the true master saxophonists; the founder of important venues for Wellington music; he has played with many great musicians such as Evan Parker and Han Bennink. Now postmoderncore is releasing Jeffs first two solo albums, A and Fuck You You Bureaucratic Fucks. Each of them is a recording of one of Jeffs live improvisations on baritone saxophone, and both of them are astounding pieces of music.