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Printed 20 Hoodies for a recent run of shows
Design by Jacy Webster (Phila Record Xchange/Strapping Fieldhands)
Thought I was out of em but just found 2 in a box
White ink on black hoodie
both size Large
(Its a Sasquatch dontcha know! ;))
Silkscreened by Monoroid/Neil Burke on Bella Canvas Hoodies
$30 plus $5 for shipping (in USA)
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More soon

ORIGINAL ART 2ND BATCH



Original Collages by Bill Nace for sale
(last batch for a bit)
$125 each ppd
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include shipping address and #of collage you want
all art roughly 8x11 and unframed
(contact for price for overseas shipping)
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Original Art----SOLD OUT


Original Collages by Bill Nace for sale
$125 each ppd
paypal to billnace@gmail.com
include shipping address and #of collage you want
all art roughly 8x11 and unframed
(contact for price for overseas shipping)
ALL PIECES SOLD  THANK YOU! WILL POST MORE SOON


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OM#51 Jake Meginsky/Bill Nace West/East


Jake Meginsky/Bill Nace duo
West/East
Open Mouth Records #51
Digital only release available now through Cafe Oto

Jake Meginsky / electronics, tapes, loops
Bill Nace / electric guitar, tapes, loops
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Composed June/July 2016 and recorded By Jake Meginsky in September 2016. Produced and mixed by Jake Meginsky and Bill Nace Sept/Oct 2016. Mastered by Carl Saff. Cover Art by Max Milgram. Layout Rosali Middleman and Bill Nace. OM51

https://www.cafeoto.co.uk/shop/bill-nace-jake-meginsky-west-east/

OM59 SOLD OUTLive at #6 and OM62 OM59/LIVE AT #6 IS SOLD OUT SOLD OUT SOLD OUT THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ORDERED FORCED EXPOSURE AND FLIPPED OUT RECORDS HAVE COPIES

HEAD BOOK SOLD OUT SOLD OUT SOLD OUT THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT ORDERED
EMAIL billnace@gmail.com to inquire about purchase of originals
OUT NOW
"HEAD" BILL NACE
10 "HEAD" Drawings by Bill Nace
made for Activity Apparatus group show at Soccer Soccer Club Chicago IL
 Curated By Haley Fohr
Silkscreened inside and out by Neil Burke/Monoroid
Cover printed on French Paper Speckletone Black140 lb cover stock
Pages on French Paper 80 lb cover stock
Staple bound
with archival linen cloth tape
in resealable poly bag
Book Dimensions are 7 3/4 x 10 1/4
Signed and numbered in an edition of 50


$45 PPD in USA
$58 PPD in CANADA
$70 PPD in UK/EUROPE

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ALSO OUT
OM59/Live at #6
OM59/LIVE AT #6 IS SOLD OUT SOLD OUT SOLD OUT THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ORDERED FORCED EXPOSURE AND FLIPPED OUT RECORDS HAVE COPIES BOOK STILL AVAILABLE LOW NUMBERS
Susan Alcorn/Chris Corsano/Bill Nace
Live at Rotunda
Edition of 200 Silkscreened Covers by Alan Sherry
Numbered

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

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(IF YOU WANT TO COMBINE BOOK AND LP ADD an extra $3 for shipping)





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OM56 SOLD OUT SOLD OUT


SOLD OUT SOLD OUT SOLD OUT THANKS TO EVERYBODY WHO ORDERED!

NEW!
OM56/SG1/LP
MARK MORGAN
DEPARTMENT OF HERALDRY

FIRST IN OPEN MOUTHS SOLO ELECTRIC GUITAR SERIES

EDITION OF 300
IN SEMIGLOSS TIP ON SLEEVES

ONE OF MY FAVORITE GUITARISTS!!!!

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

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(IF YOU WANT TO COMBINE WITH NEW BAZCKOWSKI/CORSANO/NACE LP ADD $20 FOR LP AND ANOTHER $2 FOR SHIPPING)


I was first introduced to the concept of Mark Charles Morgan by Thurston Moore in a series of conversations that all went something like this: 
TM: Dude, Sightings is coming to town. You should check them out. I think you’d really dig the
       them. And you’d love Mark; he’s hilarious.
Me: un-huh
TM: No, really. 
Me: When and Where? I’ll try to make it.
TM: They’re playing Friday at….
At which point, I’d nod politely, internally shutting down, or just walk away, while he was mid-sentence. This went on for approximately seven years. Until in 2012, I finally caught Sightings at the local American Legion hall. 

As I walked through the doors for the first time, the following checklist went through my head:
Incredibly depressing venue: check
A bar you can still smoke at because it’s technically a private club: check.
Rummy regulars at said bar with absolutely no interest in the music in the other room: check.
Large open room with sparse crowd: check (I’m being generous if I estimate 20 people in attendance).
“Oh great,” I thought, “Not technically a basement noise show but might as well be. At least there’s a bar.”
Then Sightings started. And much to my surprise, they were not some horrible and boring noise improv shit. Sightings had songs. Mark’s guitar growled, and he snarled. Or maybe it was the other way around. No matter, I did DIG them. They were great! Which would all make them sleeping on the floor in my tv room significantly less awkward, thank god. The next morning, I could genuinely gush about how much I liked them, in between bouts of mercilessly making fun of how many pedals Mark used.

Which all brings me to Mark “Man Crush” Morgan’s 2018 solo effort Department of Heraldry that you now hold in your hot little hands. To say I was a little leery of what was obviously some of that aforementioned “noise improv shit” is an understatement. My heart sank when I spotted a ten minute “composition”. Oh fuck, there are two of them. This was going to be a hard sell. Not to you necessarily, but to me. I’m not some slight of build guy with stooped shoulders, wearing a dirty beige Lightning Bolt t-shirt with a John Fahey record tucked under his arm.  

The thing is though is that Mark has always had this really great guitar sound, only partly courtesy of all those shitty pedals he insists on using. He’s not coming at this from a Pharoah Sanders-worshipping, free jazz-loving, sensibility. Rather, I hear his home town, Detroit. The record is scuzzy, and raw-sounding, punctuated with moments of utter desolation. Moments build, only to collapse again. There are even funky grooves but, of course, they fall apart. It’s fucking great. Dude, you should check it out!
—Julie Cafritz, August 2018

First in Open Mouths Solo Guitar Series
Mark Morgan DEPARTMENT OF HERALDRY LP
OM56/SG1
Edition of 300 on Semi Gloss Tip on Sleeves

OM57 is SOLD OUT


SOLDOUTSOLDOUTSOLDOUTSOLDOUT
OM57 is Sold Out. Thanks to everyone that ordered!! Copies available through Forced Exposure, Flipped Out Records, Fusetron, Soundohm
NEW!
OM57/LP
STEVE BACZKOWSKI/CHRIS CORSANO/BILL NACE
"Mystic Beings" LP

Cover art Jagger Lloyd
Screened Covers by Alan Sherry

this is an edition of 400
Just back from tour
down to last 100

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

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My first listen to these four extraordinary pieces by Chris Corsano, Bill Nace,and Steve Baczkowski was over a very rough ferry crossing from Cairnryan to Belfast. It's hard not to think of the ghosts of impossible crossings, victories, loses, harbors in such rough waters. Why would anyone venture out here? Finding something new or an overdue visit? Ending all of the wars?

For me, for my first listen to "Mystic Beings" instantly cured all motion sickness. It was probably just the very welcome adrenalin shots from their performance, but all the crashing and pitching over the waves became a joy. I was braver from listening in.

Sometimes they hovered like a three-headed beacon--a soaring vision to follow out on the horizon. Sometimes they seemed pulled into action and attack. Detonations and radio calls. Sometimes the spines of their own instruments cried out on the power of their own cores, their bodies having been left elsewhere. They drifted apart like a search party, skies clouded over, a spreading landscape streaked with transparent layers over layers. Or they joined together in quiet and unsparing ceremony, the kind usually reserved passing back through the place by which you've entered. All the while there was no scratching or banging at hard enclosed corners. These three players created a world of open space and flexible membrane, where any violence would only come from an outside imposition.

Each of the songs read like movements in a larger work. As an evesdropper, I added my own abstract, personal story over the whole album. I could repopulate new stories over and over again over this framework. The arc is that strong, and and the conversation is that good. And even if just overheard, "Mystic Beings" generously called me out to where I needed to be. The shallows and the shores are where the worst dangers can finds us, and our best chance of survival is sometimes out in the rolling depths. Deafen out the sirens and stay onward in the deep waters. Thank you, Bill and Chris and Steve, for sharing this kind of wild captain's safety with us.

Meg Baird
Cairnryan and San Francisco, Nov 2018