Moe Chee ‘Be It Hot, Humid or Ghostly Cold’ CD/digital – Recorded in the streets and various locations around Taipei in 2015 (except for the last track, recorded on a Walkman distributed to the audience during a 2016 participatory Moe Chee performance in Melbourne), Be It Hot, Humid or Ghostly Cold is an amalgam of field recording, public space performance, conversation, and explorations of the potential for creativity and musicality in everyday life. Limited edition of 50 CDs in covers designed and handmade by Tasmanian artist, Anna Dusk, as well as digital download.
Dotabata/Llara Goodall ‘Surface Noise Vol. 5’ CDR – Dotabata emits a short, sharp, lo-fi noise scuzz performance (from the International Noise Conference 2013), followed by Llara Goodall’s tape abuse/worship of pop music through the cassette meat grinder. Limited edition of 50 hand-numbered copies.
New titles on Shame File Mail-order:
Ross Manning ‘Both Sides of the Cocoon’ cassette – More recent work of Manning’s incredible use of light and kinetic sculpture to create incredibly complex, organic and beautiful music. Limited edition of 40 copies in beautiful handmade covers, each unique, using colouredtransparent and textured papers put together by the ever-reliable Chemical Imbalance label.
Dumb & the Ugly – 12″ MLP Early 1990s Melbourne instrumental/exploratory supergroup made up of Michael Sheridan (guitars), Dave Brown (bass) and John Murphy (drums), laying down chunky chugga-chugga rhythms. This 12″ 45 vinyl was originally released in 1990, and a nice stash has been made available again to Shame File Music. Includes a bonus poster whilst stocks last
Dumb & the Ugly – “Atmospheres of Metal” CD Brutal power trio grooves and riffage interspersed with noise collages of tapes where the previous riffs reverberate with other samples. Originally released in 1992, and the band’s swan song before various members went on to projects like Max Q and Bucketrider
Tim Panaretos “Schmørgåsbaag & Other Furniture” CDR Ex-Tassie-now-Melbournite Panaretos approaches the bouzouki through a free jazz lens whilst never completely disregarding the instrument’s traditional patterns and timbres. Limited edition of 25 copies housed in unique hand-painted/designed sleeves, assembled by the always-immaculate Chemical Imbalance label.