Infinite Limbs


YEAR OF THE RABBIT

 

Getting ready to end the year of the tiger

and begin the year of the rabbit

 

for order inquiries please contact

INFINITELIMBS [at] GMAIL [dotcom]

 

Available for order are:

TEETH MOUNTAIN S/T DEBUT LP (co-released on Infinitelimbs and SHDWPLY records, 2008)

 

LITURGY “IMMORTAL LIFE”  LP (Last copies in existence! 2008)

 

CHUBBY BEHEMOTH 7” (featuring members of Airwaves, PC Worship, Dan Deacon Ensemble, and more, 2008)

 

GDFX “TRUE N-IBIRU” CASSETTE (out on ORMOLYCKA records, 2010)

 

more to come, stay tuned…

 

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GDFX in 20jazzfunkgreats
June 6, 2009, 5:25 pm
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“GDFX’s ‘Choose your Emanation’ is the melancholy kosmische beginning of a gravitational ascent into an orgone-powored lunar elevator, it bristles with the foreboding beginning of a Hawkwind mushroom trip glimmer & vibrato, and it does definitely take you into a strange black zone where golden specks of cosmic dust swirl in their eternal hex dance, causing a mild erosion in your left auditory channel which is the echo of alien transmissions projected from beyond a star that perished aeons ago.”

link to post here.



Teeth Mountain LP
November 24, 2008, 5:59 pm
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Here’s the Teeth Mountain LP available on SHDWPLY / Infinite Limbs:

 

Teeth Mountain LP out now on Infinite Limbs

Teeth Mountain LP out now on Infinite Limbs

$10 + shipping from Infinite Limbs mail order -> http://www.myspace.com/infl2012

 

as reviewed in the baltimore city paper:

BY BRET MCCABE

“You’ve heard this one before: A group of young (and more than likely college-educated) white people get together, pile instruments in a heap, and share a one-track mind to home, sweet, Om. Teeth Mountain’s mixed-bag lineup doesn’t re-invent the drum circle, but its members–listed as Andrew Burt, Andrew Bernstein, Greg Fox, Greg St. Pierre, Max Eisenberg, Max Eilbacher, Kate Levitt, Grace Bedwell, and Owen Gardner here, not all of whom played on the recording–do it with a sincere appreciation for the woollier end of late-’60s radicalism. Think long-robed cults coming for your children or, better yet, of the original incarnation of Amon Duul, the German commune qua free-drone ensemble that spit out five glorious percussion-heavy records before some members split off and formed Amon Duul II, a much more commercially successful group that kowtowed to the man by having, you know, actual songs.

Right now Teeth Mountain hasn’t drunk such careerist Kool-Aid yet, and this LP bristles with the meandering abandon of fretful discovery. Over two sides–four songs that wind together for roughly 13 minutes on side one, five songs for roughly 15 and a half minutes on the flip–Teeth Mountain navigates a rhythmic journey through steady-pounding floor toms, space-travel cello drones, and some cosmic-dust dashes of guitars or woodwinds or noisemakers or some other hand-powered sound source. “Black Jerusalem” and “Keinsein” vibrate with reeds ghosts and goblins floating through the background, while “Soft Beast” sounds inspired from any moment off that levitating Velvet Underground bootleg 1966, the one that’s nothing but two side-long instrumental slabs that sound like the perfect soundtrack to Gerard Malanga dance-whipping the air into submission.

Such doing it because it feels good right now vibe may be what makes Teeth Mountain such a woozy intoxicant. This is the sort of music that makes people reach for words such as “tribal,” “primitive,” and whatever so-called “exotic” world music is in fashion that hour, but Teeth Mountain couldn’t be more urban and Western if it was making hip-hop. Amorphous, wordless instrumental stew is the basic stock for group disquietude. And while the Baltimore zeitgeist right now may have no formally organized Ausser-Parlamentarische Opposition arm just yet–or an Uschi Obermaier for that matter–something about Teeth Mountain’s out-of-body aspirations reek of shared disillusionment, and once the many brains camping out on this mountain begin to see where they want to take their mettle, once they decide to trade the skinny jeans for the leather jacket and start designing guerrilla insignias, watch out.”



2012 is coming
November 23, 2008, 5:04 pm
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fucking nuts right? anyway…

 

Yeah yao. The blog is here. 

4 SALE ON INFL RECORDS –

 

RELEASES: 
infl1 – comp 1: 100 limited edition copies (sold out)
infl2 – Chubby Behemoth s/t 7” – $6 
infl3 – Liturgy “Immortal Life” LP – $10
infl4 – Teeth Mountain LP – $10
infl5 – comp 2: 100 limited edition copies – $5 
infl6 – Yukon “Medallion” CD – $6 
infl7 – GDFX “42012” Sessions 1 + 2 CDR – $5
infl8 – GDFX “Altered Ego” CDR – $5
infl9 – 5LIMBS n+ SDTK cdr – $10

INFINITE LIMBS DISTRO:
GARY WAR – “NEW RAYTHEONPORT” LP out on SHDWPLY – $10 
dANA CDRs available by request

 

send paypal fundz to fox.greg@gmail.com

 

 

UPCOMING INFINITE LIMBS SHIT-

Nov 23 2008 8:00P
@ SOUNDLAB: GDFX, ALAS ALAK ALASKA & FANCIE Buffalo, New York
Nov 25 2008 8:00P
GDFX, dANA, Alas Alak Alaska, Fancie @ BARD COLLEGE Annandale, New York
Nov 29 2008 8:00P
GDFX, Alas Alak Alaska, and Fancie, & Stag Hare @ THE MARKET HOTEL Brooklyn, New York
Nov 30 2008 8:00P
@ DANGER DANGER: GDFX, FANCIE, ALAS ALAK ALASKA, FADED GORY, BUFFALO STANCE, ROWAN & HASTINGS PHILLY, Pennsylvania
Dec 5 2008 8:00P
@ DEATH BY AUDIO: Aa, Liturgy, Effing, Magnet City Kids, + more BK, New York
Dec 12 2008 8:00P
@ THE MARKET HOTEL: MOUTHUS, AXOLOTL, THURSTON MOORE, FAMILY OF LOVE, & TEETH MOUNTAIN broadway and myrtle, New York
Dec 19 2008 8:00P
@ THE MARKET HOTEL: LITURGY, EXTRA LIFE, EFFING, + MORE brooklyn WHAT, New York
Jan 23 2009 8:00P
@ CAKESHOP: MIDNITE TILL DEATH, with FAMILY OF LOVE and more NYC LES, New York