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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Live In Adelaide '19

    Live at Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, Australia, July 12th 2019

    Recorded by our sound crew:
    Sam Joseph, Stacey Wilson

    Drums: Michael Cavanagh
    Guitar / Keys: Cook Craig
    Harmonica / Vocals / Keys / Percussion: Ambrose Kenny-Smith
    Vocals / Guitar / Keys: Stu Mackenzie
    Drums: Eric Moore
    Bass: Lucas Harwood
    Guitar / Vocals: Joey Walker
    Adam Halliwell: Flute on Hot Water and Head On/Pill

    Mixed by Stu Mackenzie
    Cover design by Jason Galea


    1. Evil Star 
    2. Planet B 
    3. Mars For The Rich 
    4. Venusian 1 
    5. Cyboogie 
    6. Real?s Not Real 
    7. Hot Water
    8. Open Water 
    9. Sleep Drifter 
    10. Billabong Valley 
    11. The Bird Song 
    12. Inner Cell 
    13. Loyalty 
    14. Horology 
    15. Plastic Boogie 
    16. Organ Farmer 
    17. Self-Immolate 
    18. Head On/Pill 

    King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

    Live In Asheville 2019

      Live at New Belgium Brewing Company, Asheville, NC, USA, September 1st 2019

      Recorded by our sound crew: Sam Joseph, Stacey Wilson and Gaspard Demulemeester


      1. Evil Star (Live In Asheville '19)
      2. Self-Immolate (Live In Asheville '19)
      3. Venusian 1 (Live In Asheville '19)
      4. Alter Me III (Live In Asheville '19)
      5. Altered Beast IV (Live In Asheville '19)
      6. People-Vultures (Live In Asheville '19)
      7. This Thing (Live In Asheville '19)
      8. Beginner?s Luck (Live In Asheville '19)
      9. Rattlesnake (Live In Asheville '19)
      10. Cyboogie (Live In Asheville '19)
      11. Loyalty (Live In Asheville '19)
      12. Horology (Live In Asheville '19)
      13. Boogieman Sam (Live In Asheville '19)
      14. Plastic Boogie (Live In Asheville '19)
      15. Mars For The Rich (Live In Asheville '19)
      16. Hell (Live In Asheville '19)
      17. The Lord Of Lightning (Live In Asheville '19)
      18. The Bitter Boogie (Live In Asheville '19)

      King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

      Teenage Gizzard

        Tracks 1-8 recorded some time in 2010 in Angelsea, Victoria, Australia
        Tracks 9+10 recorded some time in 2011 in Carlton, Victoria, Australia

        Mixed by Stu Mackenzie
        Cover Design by Ahmad Oka


        1. Hey There
        2. Ants And Bats
        3. Sleep
        4. Summer
        5. Eddie Cousin
        6. Fried
        7. Good To Me
        8. Tomb/Beach
        9. Trench Foot
        10. Life Is Cool



          Stolen Body are super stoked to announce the addition of French Psych/World rockers Gondhawa to our ever evolving roster.

          Gondhawa is a musical laboratory - a fusion between Fela Kuti’s groove and Hendrix’s electricness.

          Formed in 2018 in Angers (France) by Idriss (vocals and guitar), Clément (drums) and Paul (bass), the band explores different styles with a boundless energy. Inspired by French sci-fi literature, they invented a language. Outcomes Gondhawii, a fusion of sounds from all over the world and others as yet unidentified. With this new language the whole mind immerses into a delicious trance where we cross odd rhythms, quarter-tone riffs, oriental groove and electric explosions as well as stringed instruments from other countries. (n'goni, sanxian, microtonal guitar)

          Gondhawa release their first album, “Kâampäla”. Six powerful and eclectic tracks dipped in stoner, afrobeat and progressive rock. Six tracks linking convoluted rhythms and inventive riffs.

          Through the micro-tonal groove of Raba Dishka, the Afrobeat Stoner power of Käampâla, or the softness of Djoliko, a beautiful ballad lulled by the melancholy of acoustic strings from around the world, Gondhawa delivers the soundtrack of an interstellar road movie. An electric tornado with an abundance of rhythms and textures.


          1. Raba Dishka
          2. Konesay
          3. Kâampäla
          4. Assid Bubu
          5. Fortun Q'ki
          6. Djoliko

          Ouzo Bazooka


            The undisputed champions of middle eastern psych rock return with Dalya, their epic fifth studio album.

            Suspiciously smelling like a mix of prohibited substances and powerful homebrewed potions, Dalya manages to effortlessly be a lot of things that, in a similar universe, contradict each other: it is psychedelic but accessible. It is adventurous and creatively free spirited, but also filled with anthems waiting to be discovered. The sound is recognizable, but simultaneously original and an expansion of the band’s wide creative palette.

            Dalya consists of 6 long, swirling, hallucination-inducing doses of music to be consumed with your eyes wide shut. But make no mistake - this is still Ouzo Bazooka’s good ol’ sweaty oriental fuzz party. Monsters, the album’s opener, has the anthemic qualities one would secretly hope to find on an Ouzo Bazooka album. It is followed by the sunstroked dubby and dare we say disco-ish Million Years Of Light, continues with the dense and sweaty instrumental pieces Al Hagamal and Kruv and continues to ascend with It’s A Menace towards the spectacular climax that is Nine.

            Filled with imaginative, mind bending moments, Dalya is yet another monument in Ouzo Bazooka’s epic sonic journey and a grand new chapter in the band’s story.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Monsters
            2. Million Years Of Light
            3. Alhagamal
            4. Kruv
            5. It’s A Menace
            6. Nine

            Yo No Se


              Yo No Se return after a 5-year hiatus since their last album, Soma. Their new album Terraform continues on from the dystopian world created in Soma but this time taking the narrative to the stars. Terraform explores the ideas of making a fresh start on another planet but the same problems creep in…. Greed, corruption and hate. Exploring more of a grunge feel along with some hard psych the band recorded with Dom Mitchison (as well as Alex doing guitars and vocals at home), mixed with Ali Chant and mastered again with grunge godfather, Jack Endino. The band have toured across Europe in support of Soma in the last 5 years and gained a reputation for their loud and energetic shows. The album has 3 drummers under its belt and countless breakdowns on the road. With the pandemic kicking in just as the band started touring, they had plenty of time to finally record (and find another drummer). Terraform is a record 5 years in the making due to sheer bad luck. Hopefully, their luck will change as the band are already working on their follow up record.

              The first single Black Door approaches the subject of corruption amongst 'leaders'. The idea comes from Boris Johnson getting Brexit 'done' to forward his own career without thinking about the impact it will have on peoples lives. We’ve had enough and we're ready to tear down the establishment. The idea being that these problems we now face will follow us wherever we go unless we stamp them out, here, on earth. The artwork for the cover is by renowned sci-fi artist Bruce Pennington.

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Black Door
              2. Santa Muerte
              3. Pilot
              4. Misery
              5. Mosquito
              6. Slaughter
              7. Hairy Chin
              8. Feast Of Lies
              9. Hold Fire
              10. Nectar
              11. Terraform



                SLIFT return with their phenomenal space rock album, UMMON. Composed during endless tours across Europe in 2019, conceived as the soundtrack of an imaginary film; UMMON is a dreamlike odyssey staging the Titans, their exile to the outer reaches of space in search of their creators and the return of the Titan Hyperion to Earth.

                Beyond music and lyrics, it's about "all these questions to which we'll never have answers", which dig their furrows in the humans heart.

                « For sulfur guitar lovers, Prog from beyond the grave and blip blup blop of old synthesizers. Blitzkrieg fuzz and geyser Free. Bass escaping from the Minas Morgül's dungeons, and Nostromo’s drums travelling at the speed of light. Vicious solos and assassins bends. Acid krautrock and cosmic-comics jazz. There are distant echoes and reveries, celestial choirs illuminating space. And r r e e p p e e t t i i t t i i o o n n. Ancestral voices and ancient extraterrestrial rites. Abyssal doom and apocalyptic noise. There's chaos. And there's silence. »

                The three guys come from Toulouse, south of France, and their first EP was released in June 2017 via Howlin Banana (fr) and Exag 'records (be). His name is Space Is The Key. Inspired by Alain Damasio's science fiction novels and the work of French illustrator Pierre Ferrero.

                In September 2018, they released "La Planète Inexplorée", (Stolen Body Records) with the engineer/producer and guru of the French garage sound, Lo Spider. The album was mastered by producer Jim Diamond (The GO, Fleshtones, Sonics, White Stripes ..) king of the regretted Ghetto recorder in Detroit. 

                TRACK LISTING

                1. Ummon
                2. It’s Coming…
                3. Thousand Helmets Of Gold
                4. Citadel On A Satellite
                5. Hyperion
                6. Altitude Lake
                7. Sonar
                8. Dark Was Space, Cold Were The Stars
                9. Aurore Aux Confins
                10. Son DÔng’s Cavern
                11. Lions, Tigers And Bears

                Al Lover

                Cave Ritual Redux

                  For those who aren’t already familiar with the workings of Al Lover then allow Stolen Body Records to introduce you to this exceptional, experimental producer from San Francisco – who has been gaining much notoriety for his melding of contemporary past garage and psychedelic rock into harsh yet spacey abrasive beats. Influenced as much by The 13th Floor Elevators as DJ Shadow, Al Combines crunchy drums, shaky percussion, chopped samples and layers of textured effects to create an unexplored path for psychedelic music, offering an earthy and loose approach that sounds more like you’re listening to a DMT fueled psych band than a beat made on an MPC.

                  Cave Ritual Redux exhibits Al Lover re-inventing his already unique style by adding a new dimension to his previous album Cave Ritual released at the end of last year. With this offering, Al Lover takes older ideas and reinvigorates them with new textures, layers, imagination and creates a new body of mind altering work.

                  Fruit Tones

                  Some Strange Voodoo

                    Stolen Body’s first 7” release comes from Manchester garage'n'surf rock band Fruit Tones. The 4 track EP shows off the bands ability to morf garage rock, tropical pop and surf beautifully while keeping a raw rock'n'roll feel to everything.

                    They have featured on several compilations which have been incredibly recieved. They have also previously released a split tape with Death Cats on Scottish label Fuzzkill Records which is now sold out. Stolen Body is happy to release the EP on limited edition colour vinyl. Limited to 500 copies (Coloured - Yellow with black splatter)

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