Distributed Titles

Titles by DFA artists or affiliates, released on labels other than DFA.
We Acediasts - Pre Acediasts
We Acediasts - Pre Acediasts
We Acediasts - Pre Acediasts
We Acediasts - Pre Acediasts

We Acediasts - Pre Acediasts

$9.99

Tokyo group consisting of Takamoto Masaki (vocals), Yuta Suganuma (drums), Mori Fumi (bass) and Justin Simon (guitar), active 2000-2002. Originally a duo of Justin Simon on Roland TR-606, Fender bass and Korg MS-20 and Takamoto Masaki on vocals, later expanding to a 4-piece. Played regularly in Tokyo and played one show in NYC when there to record with the DFA in 2001.

Many tracks featuring Justin Simon and James Murphy. Cool printed insert featuring a picture of James wearing a Joy Division shirt. 

Tracklist:
Kousho
Ibasho
Omoshiroi Omoshiroi Omoshiroi
Anata Ga Suki Yo
Hitori Heiwa Na Nyopo
Kajiroudou
Un No li Yatsu
Kyoukai Ongaku

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Nagisa Yoko And Justin Simon ‎– Kayoko Nonsense
Nagisa Yoko And Justin Simon ‎– Kayoko Nonsense
Nagisa Yoko And Justin Simon ‎– Kayoko Nonsense
Nagisa Yoko And Justin Simon ‎– Kayoko Nonsense

Nagisa Yoko And Justin Simon ‎– Kayoko Nonsense

$12.00

Illustration – Hisham Bharoocha
Lyrics By – Ai Sato
Music By, Written-By, Producer – Justin Simon
Vocals – Nagisa Yoko

B-side has vinyl etching by Hisham Bharoocha (Soft Circle, Boredoms).
There were two editions: 200 hand-numbered copies for distribution in Japan and 300 hand-numbered copies for distribution outside Japan.
Records came with double sided inserts with credits and lyrics.
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Factory Floor - Transform / Wonder
Factory Floor - Transform / Wonder

Factory Floor - Transform / Wonder

$18.00

TRACKLIST: 
A1) Transform
B1) Wonder

The second installment of Factory Floor's score to Fritz Lang’s 1927 masterpiece Metropolis. 

Transform, a section inspired by Maria's transformation from human into the robot, reveals itself in a haze of accumulating ambience and scattered percussion that evolves into the heavy repetitive bass groove reassuringly stabilizes Maria's journey into metamorphosis. The slow tempo and atmospheric wash of synths and electronics on side B 'Wonder' offering a hesitant hush contrast. (text by Boomkat)

 

 

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