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$7USD or more
Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
300 on black
200 on Orange & Black Swirl!!
**ATTENTION UK & EU BUYERS!!!**
Due to recent changes to VAT beginning in July of 2021, it is nearly impossible to avoid paying small fees on shipments when they arrive. My shipping company has partnered w/ a company called Asendia to handle international shipments to keep costs low. In exchange, I get a "simple export rate" that allows me to only charge $19 (16€/£14) in shipping worldwide as opposed to the normal $28 (24€/£20) for 1 LP through USPS. Unfortunately to keep this low rate as an "exporter" they automatically enter my shipments as "Merchandise" when I use that rate. Until recently, that hasn't been much of an issue, but now I see that you guys are paying around 5 Euro to get your record from customs!
While I know that's frustrating to have to pay an unexpected 5€/£4 to release your records from customs, the other option is to pay an extra $9 (8€/£6) up front on the shipping costs and still possibly end up paying some sort of fees even if marked as "promo" or "gift." It still works out cheaper to pay the current shipping costs plus any taxes/customs fees.
I am working on obtaining solid Euro & UK distribution to help curb those costs a bit including on limited color versions of the records which I normally hold as Bandcamp exclusives.
UK: Always check with Drunken Sailor Records. They usually end up with a few copies of our releases at some point.
EU: Check with Push My Buttons (Sweden), Goodbye Boozy (Italy) and Bachelor Records (Austria). They carry our releases from time to time.
supported by 27 fans who also own “Live at Future Techlabs”
The first time I heard this album I thought it was interesting & palatable enough to give it a full listen, but I wasn't hooked. Then all week long I found random rhythms stuck in my head so I'd replay a song, then another song, then listen to the album again.. & now I fucking love this album & I feel like it kind of opened up my interests in some regards. Cheers! phonkadelic
supported by 23 fans who also own “Live at Future Techlabs”
a slab of pub rock, in the vein of 'eddie and the hot rods' version 1, deep fried in a lo-fi dance punk batter. danceable for those sufficiently committed to dancing.
all four track strong. grant horwood