Tired Of Music (#1)

New segment! Weekly picks from Javelin to The World. This week we feature Monsieur Mo Rio’s 1999 Click et Craque. Don’t know too much about le Monsieur, but this record (his first) is home recording sublimity. Made my dog-walk through Prospect Park this morning. Shades of Stereo Total and, at times maybe, the wonkier side of Deerhoof…

Get the whole thing here.

Here’s “Filles De Monvillage.”

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We get the shit beat out of us

Instead of going to SXSW this year we are rustling up a posse and putting our shit kicking boots on.  This is happening!!!!!

-tom

 

Brand Identity

It’s ready! On Wednesday morning, I will be heating this thing with a blowtorch and branding 1000 covers of our new 10″ (another one of the aforementioned little bombs out sooon) with the rest of the Luaka Bop crew. …Sometimes sarcasm goes awry or the joke goes too far. You end up here.

thanks to THE ARM for making it real

-George

It’s 2004! Blogging!

 

 

This clear vinyl 7″ of new music will be available on Record Store Day, April 16. We’ve also got a couple other little bombs to drop that day, so stay tuned.

ALSO, this is our new website.

Tom Zé + Javelin

 

Tom demonstrates the Northern Mantis eye grab technique…

 

Return of the cassette for German TV

The Return Of The Compact Cassette from Bayer in Brooklyn on Vimeo.

Dublab VisionVersion

JAVELIN “C-Town” and “Mossy Woodland” (dublab VisionVersion) from dublab on Vimeo.

xlr8r Tune In An Afternoon

We show non-illicit drugs to Swedish TV