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We’re excited to be working with Snake Oil on their latest LP, Dying of Sunsets. Hoping to have records in hand this Spring! Keep your eyes open for more announcements, and their upcoming lp release show at the State House ( 310 State St, New Haven ) opening up for Deerhoof, with support from Glambat, on April 27th!

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New digital full length from Polluter is out now.  Look for vinyl release this Spring.  Here’s a link to some words on the matter and a review of the release show.

“Polluter is by its nature a bit of a melting pot, but that pot has spent enough time on the burner that the heterogeneous sounds diffuse into a recognizable sound that lives somewhere between the hyperactive zig zag of legendary weirdos like John Zorn and Frank Zappa and the progressive propulsion of Nation of Ulysses or any number of late Reagan-era Dischord bands.”


New Velcro Lewis Group lp ‘Amnesia Haze’ up for Pre-Orders! give it a listen! For fans of Kurt Russell, rock records, pizza, and pre-marital sex!

Here’s the scoop on the Velcro Lewis Group:

The Velcro Lewis Group is Earth’s premier acid-rock, space-funk septet. The band twists the aesthetics of Funkadelic, Hawkwind, Temptations, and Black Sabbath into their own living -breathing planet of sound. Lead by Hawk Colman, the brother with the 5 octave range, honky tonk veteran, Lawrence Peters singing bass and scrubbing the washboard, and blind growler/Moog-eater, Andy Slater, people can’t deny the commands and demands shouted from the stage. Travers Gauntt’s Skylab crashing guitars hug and hurt, Alison Hunger’s psychic Theremin dances and dives, and Halden Spoonwood’s bass playing has more pocket than a pair of overalls, revealing the band to be a source of both confusion and totality.
Once it becomes possible to drive an Impala through space and time the Velcro Lewis Group Will be hot glued into the tape deck.

Amnesia Haze is a serious record for people who aren’t afraid to rock out a little.  Follow the link, listen to the offered track, ‘Castles Will Fall’, Pre-Order your copy and then go wait by the mailbox.  You’re gonna want to put this on your turntable right away!


Brooklyn’s Secret Project Robot venue has found a new location and will be opening this summer.  Oneida will be capitalizing on this to promote their recent live double lp “Live At Secret Project Robot” on July 14th.

Beat the rush and snag tickets here:

If you want to hear a preview of what kind of psychedelic insanity the band can bring, take a listen below.  This is from a performance a while back with Lee Ranaldo and James McNew in the band.



Acid Mothers Temple is coming back to CT.  This time playing at the Outer Space Ballroom in Hamden.  They’re gonna be joined by Babylon (west coast stoner/psych rock), and local heroes out, Sun Dagger.  As ever, these guys kill it each and every time they hit the stage.  Get ready to watch them bring the drone and the insane, as the speed guru does things to his guitar that baffles the mind.  Don’t miss out on this one!

Tue, April 25, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

The Ballroom at The Outer Space

Hamden, CT


Get your tickets HERE


Pre-Orders have now begun for our latest release from Oneida!  We pressed 500 copies of this double lp, with incredible artwork from local artists, Andrzej Dutkanicz and Alison K Walsh.  We tapped the same audio crew (Wicked Squid Productions & Greg DiCrosta) from the live Acid Mothers project to do up the audio to insure the best quality possible, and even had the ever-impressive eye of Carlos Avila take some live pics at the show.

“Live at Secret Project Robot” is a rare hometown live performance from psych rock veterans Oneida featuring Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth) and James McNew (Yo La Tengo) captured live from start to finish at Secret Project Robot in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Stream “Saturday” from the Onedia record either at Spin or the Quietus:

“captures the band playing the track in an intimate space, the track’s driving drums populated by manipulated, feedback-soaked guitars, knocking up a very listenable racket in the process.”  -The Quietus

“a thrumming cut absolutely meant to be played loudly in an enclosed space” – Spin

photo: Carlos Avila


A Special Inauguration Day Message from the Velcro Lewis Group:

We commemorate the Presidential Inauguration of Donald J. Trump and the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. by streaming 2 new songs by the Velcro Lewis Group.
The future-funk anthem, “Free”, calls out Trump and the blood thirsty racists that love him. “Patriarchal Reptile” is an abrasive feminist rant aimed at the puny pussy-grabbers who’s superiority complexes mask their true fear; women.

As the Trump regime begins to dig its disease-ridden claws into our nation’s freedom many of us fear for our health and safety. The Republican agenda has been crafted to oppress the rights of black and brown people, women, LGBT, and the disabled. The rest of the country will become collateral damage while the GOP scorches the Earth. Before the eminent war on art begins and freedom of speech becomes a punchline the Velcro Lewis Group wanted to tell you something: The partys over. Now is not the time to stay in bed. Now is not the time to cry. It is time to call out every enemy that threatens our country. Mitch McConnell & Paul Ryan, the NRA & the MRA, and every bastard in-between – we’re going to hold your feet to the fire until you listen or someday you’ll fall into the flames.

“Free” and ”Patriarchal Reptile” will appear on the Velcro Lewis Group’s forthcoming album, Amnesia Haze. Due out this spring on Safety Meeting Records.

Keep your eyes and ears open for more