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 OM67

BILL NACE/GRAHAM LAMBKIN DISWASHERS LP

ART EDITION (HAND PAINTED/COLLAGED COVERS BY BILL NACE)

paypal to billnace@gmail.com


$105 ppd in usa

$120 ppd canada

$125 ppd r.o.w.


PLEASE INCLUDE ADDRESS AND NUMBER YOU WANT
THANKS FOR LOOKING!

OUT NOW! OM67 BILL NACE/GRAHAM LAMBKIN THE DISHWASHERS LP

(50 copies left)

ALL PREORDERS SHIPPED AS OF AUGUST 25th...THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT PRE- ORDERED!!!

OUT NOW! OM67
BILL NACE/GRAHAM LAMBKIN DISWASHERS LP
PRINTED ON TIP ON SLEEVES
EDITION OF 444

paypal to billnace@gmail.com

$30 ppd in usa
$45 ppd canada
$50 ppd r.o.w.

(PLEASE MAKE SURE MAILING ADDRESS IS INCLUDED IN PAYPAL PAYMENT)
(send as Friend/Family..add address in notes...don't give paypal yr money ;)


TEST PRESSING EDITION
ED OF 5 (3 of which are for sale here)
HANDMADE COVERS BY BILL NACE
$100 EACH
SOLD OUT SOLD OUT SOLD OUT









Bill Nace and Graham Lambkin first played together in Fall 2018, in Kentucky, behind plastic. In that performance, they sometimes played the same instrument at the same time. Time passed, then they recorded this album in Fall 2019, in London. I was told that an acoustic guitar, a cymbal and tapes were used in the recording and I have no reason to doubt that. There are also voices, birds, a room, the outside world...; a bow is used. Bill & Graham both deal in different kinds of tension & discomfort and while this album is both like & unlike what I've heard from either of them, it is somewhat remarkably laid-back. Though there are separate and distinct tracks, they flow into each other organically. Not without some jagged interruptions - in fact, many of the tracks *announce* themselves with a sudden cough, squeak or scrape - but the field recording aspects (passing cars, a siren, some banter) act as a leitmotif holding things together, adding a casual ambiance that *almost* invites a casual listen. But it is deceptive in that way. It is not a hermetic recording. As much as it doesn't exclude the sounds of the outside world, it also lies open to interpretation. Themes recur just enough to create a connective tissue that frames some of the more seemingly disparate elements. Brief fragments of conversation invite the mind to try to understand and create its own narrative; a pizzicato, modal folksong played on guitar, then played back on tape at the end of Side A has a reprise midway through Side B; hints of ancient music are bowed or chanted... This is not a tapestry without thread, but you've also got to bring some of your own. --Greg Kelley Somerville MA 2020

BILL NACE/GRAHAM LAMBKIN THE DISHWASHERS OM67 SOLD OUT SOLD OUT


SOLD OUT SOLD OUT SOLD OUT
(thanks to everyone who ordered)

UP NEXT
BILL NACE/GRAHAM LAMBKIN
THE DISHWASHERS LP
OM67

EDITION OF 400
PRINTED ON OLD STYLE TIP ON STOUGHTON SLEEVES

WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER SHORTLY



Bill Nace and Graham Lambkin first played together in Fall 2018, in Kentucky, behind plastic. In that performance, they sometimes played the same instrument at the same time. Time passed, then they recorded this album in Fall 2019, in London. I was told that an acoustic guitar, a cymbal and tapes were used in the recording and I have no reason to doubt that. There are also voices, birds, a room, the outside world...; a bow is used. Bill & Graham both deal in different kinds of tension & discomfort and while this album is both like & unlike what I've heard from either of them, it is somewhat remarkably laid-back. Though there are separate and distinct tracks, they flow into each other organically. Not without some jagged interruptions - in fact, many of the tracks *announce* themselves with a sudden cough, squeak or scrape - but the field recording aspects (passing cars, a siren, some banter) act as a leitmotif holding things together, adding a casual ambiance that *almost* invites a casual listen. But it is deceptive in that way. It is not a hermetic recording. As much as it doesn't exclude the sounds of the outside world, it also lies open to interpretation. Themes recur just enough to create a connective tissue that frames some of the more seemingly disparate elements. Brief fragments of conversation invite the mind to try to understand and create its own narrative; a pizzicato, modal folksong played on guitar, then played back on tape at the end of Side A has a reprise midway through Side B; hints of ancient music are bowed or chanted... This is not a tapestry without thread, but you've also got to bring some of your own. ----Greg Kelley Somerville MA 2020


Samara Lubelski OM64 NEW SOLD OUT SOLD OUT







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THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO BOUGHT A COPY!


NEW!
OM64/LP
SAMARA LUBELSKI
PARTIAL INFINITE SEQUENCE

Cover art Bill Nace
Screened on Stoughton Tip On Covers by Siwa Prints/Alan Sherry

this is an edition of 250
200 of which are available here for sale

paypal to billnace@gmail.com

$25 ppd in usa
$35 ppd canada
$45 ppd r.o.w.

(PLEASE MAKE SURE MAILING ADDRESS IS INCLUDED IN PAYPAL PAYMENT)
(send as Friend/Family..don't give paypal yr money ;)



The sound of the violin is a product of tension and release; the hair of the bow pulls back the violin’s string over and over again and, when the tension gets too great, it releases. The resulting vibration disturbs the air around it which travels in waves, exciting our ear drums and becoming sound. This confrontation of energy with air—the alternation of potential and kinetic energy—occurs over and over again in microcosm: catching, holding, tensing, and releasing. As listeners, however, we only perceive glorious sound.


If there’s an efficient way of summing up Samara Lubelski, it’s these two words: glorious and sound. But, in a deeper sense, her music also amplifies the micro-process of the sounding process of the violin: the specific joys of tension, release, and every possible gradation between the two.


The tension contained in each sound on Partial Infinite Sequence is not disturbing or stressed. That kind of sound is satisfying but too easy. Instead, it feels like that split second after you trip on the sidewalk. Your body could go in any direction, and every outcome is possible. Your pulse quickens. If you were able to freeze that moment in time and live in it the elation of the unknown would be overwhelming. Samara makes that split-second feeling exist for two sides of an LP.


And yet, this music also brings comfort. The tense feeling of elation lives distinctly side-by-side with a knowledge that this music is correct and fits that gap in your world that has been carved out exactly for it. It’s satisfying. It’s the feeling after you trip, the moment that you realize you’re safe, and that you found some grace in stumbling.


There are few recordings that have struck me as having this particular quality of having this level of profound tension, stasis, and release mixed, but not diluted by linear cause and effect. Ellen Fullman’s The Long String Instrument is one, as is Charles Curtis playing Naldjorlak I. These are special recordings—examples of a sensitive human being coming to a deep understanding of what they want to say with an instrument while exposing that instrument’s essence in sound. It’s a life event to find a record like that, and I’m happy that I’ve found another.

--Nate Wooley NYC 2020

Bill Nace BOTH SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT COPIES STILL AVAILABLE HERE https://www.dragcity.com/products/both

I have a handful of copies of my new solo LP BOTH on Drag City Records for sale here
$30 ppd in the US
(international still seems like a gamble mail wise)
Paypal to billnace@gmail.com
Thanks for lookin!