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No Hashish, No Change Money, No Saki Saki

    A quartet in those early days, they assembled a demo cassette to use for booking and merch purposes titled cryptically as "No Hashish, No Change Money, No Saki Saki". This release largely remained a Discogs curio in the intervening years, never seeing a wide formal release in any capacity. Now, thirty years later, "No Hashish..." makes its frst truly formal release in a mastered format and ready to daze their every hungry fans. Close to an hour of hazy, smoke- flled goodness spread over two LPs, this provides the proper soundtrack for a late night zone out accompanied by your chemicals of choice. Pressed on 2LP Transparent Green color vinyl.


    Hummingbird Mountain
    Earth And Sky
    Sometimes Words
    High Horse
    I Forgot / Rupture
    Round And Round

    Sonic Youth


      Album formatted collection of underheard Sonic rarities - from the legendary band's 2000-2010 era - most for the first time on any physical format.


      1. Basement Contender
      2. In & Out
      3. Machine
      4. Social Static
      5. Out & In

      Hiss Golden Messenger & Michael Chapman

      Paralellelogram A La Carte

        In late 2015 Three Lobed Recordings was proud to release the Parallelogram, a collection of five carefully assembled split albums celebrating complementary musical pairings.

        These lavishly presented paired LPs included numerous luminaries of the underground and alternative scenes. Previously only sold as a full five LP collection, Three Lobed is releasing very limited quantities of these five LP at this time in a standalone fashion.


        I Wish I Had Not Said That
        Still Life Blues
        Smoke Rings
        Another Story
        The Mallard
        Vanity And Pride
        Stockport Monday(homage Tom Rush)

        Jack Rose

        Dr. Ragtime & His Pals

          John Coltrane died at age 40, and in retrospect it seems as if the intensity of activity in his last years, the sheer torrent of notes, was an attempt at purging the music from his soul before it was too late. The guitarist Jack Rose died at 38, in 2009, and listening back to his catalogue one has a similar notion.

          Like Coltrane, Jack Rose's last years were marked by a shimmering intensity, an outpouring of his spirit, onto audiences and records. With his virtuoso finger-style technique and restless guitar explorations - modal epics, bottleneck laments, uptempo rags - it's easy to hear a connection to tradition and at the same time a pulsing modernism: "Ancient to the Future" in the words of Chicago's Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians. Jack Rose's work exists along the established continuum of American vernacular music: gospel, early jazz, folk, country blues and up through the post-1960s "American primitive" family tree from John Fahey and Robbie Basho and outward to other idiosyncratic American musicians like Albert Ayler, the NoNeck Blues Band, Captain Beefheart, and Cecil Taylor.


          Miss May's Place
          Knoxville Blues
          Soft Steel Piston
          Linden Avenue Stomp
          Blessed Be The Name Of The Lord
          Walkin' Blues
          Buckdancer's Choice

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