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“like water slapping a hulk” (Robert Desnos)






taken from Ruth Garbus ‘Joule’ 7″ EP (OSR#27, releases November 2014)




taken from Chris Weismen “Monet In The 90′s” 12″ LP (OSR#24, releases 17 November 2014)
recorded 2009 in Brattleboro, VT / mastered by Kramer


both releases are available via OSR, HERE.




Music On A Tape: Songs by Chris Weisman (OSR18, releases 10 November 2014)
all songs are covers of songs by New Hampshire-born , Brattleboro
Vermont songwriter , recordist & guitar teacher Chris Weisman

a compilation of 39 tracks covering Chris Wiseman’s songs on CASSETTE! 



Both tracks are taken from 5-track Joule EP by Ruth Garbus (Happy Birthday, Feathers).







Kurt Weisman
“(Syd´s Snooze Room)´s Blues and Leather Gallery”
Video by Salvador Cresta
The song from Weisman’s pre-Spiritual Sci-fi 6-track 7″ MORE IS MORE (Mad Monk, 2006). Kurt Weisman formerly of Feathers, the eight-piece psychedelic folk collective in Vermont, is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, and he has played with Devendra Banhart, J Mascis’ Witch, Happy Birthday (feat. his older brother Chris Weisman), Ryan Power, Robert Stillman and Nat Baldwin (The Dirty Projectors) who has covered a Weisman’s song ‘Let My Spirit Rise’ on his fifth album “People Changes” (Western Vinyl, 2011).

Kurt Weisman – New Blueberry Song
taken from 2010′s second full-length “Orange,” available via Autumn.

by Madrugapha

Oración Nocturna Para Pupa (Live from the Mountain)
Salvador Cresta Live from the Mountain.

And …. from Brattleboro, Vermont-based label OSR run by Zach Phillips (of Blanche Blanche Blanche), has just released Chris Weisman’s new cassette “Beatleboro.” OSR upcoming releases in 2012 includes a new cassette “Open Session Rock” by Blanche Blanche Blanche and Clov (C Weisman + B Stamper) archival compilation, Tori Kudo and more. Order/Further Info., HERE.


First look teaser for LAST KIND WORDS. 
Premiering March 24 at the ATLANTA FILM FESTIVAL.
ブラッド・ドゥーリフが…。もう、ケヴィン・バーカー監督と呼ぼう。続報はココで。


“When Eli returns to the farm of his parents’ youth,
he discovers that within its forests a different line is drawn
between the living and the dead …..”


Brad Dourif and Kevin Barker (via)



Last Kind Words” is a new feature film written and directed by Kevin Barker, produced by Duane Andersen. Starring: Brad Dourif, Sarah Steele, Alexia Fast, Spencer Daniels, Marianne Hagan, Clay Wilcox.
The music in the film includes Geeshie Wiley’s ‘Last Kind Words‘, P.G. Six, Espers (‘Dead Queen’), Sibylle Baier (‘Girl’), Feathers (‘Tiny Lights’), and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (aka Lichens) composed a number of new pieces especially for the film.



Some of the songs used in the film Last Kind Words.























Brattleboro, Vermont-based trio Happy Birthday is Kyle Thomas (aka King Tuff, Feathers), Chris Weisman (known for the duo collaboration with Greg Daivs) and Ruth Garbus (Feathers).  Upcoming their debut album “S/T” will be released on Sub Pop.


Happy Birthday – Girls FM

Happy Birthday – Subliminal Message


“Happy Birthday” (available March 16th on Sub Pop)



King Tuff – Sun Medallion
King Tuff – Freak When I’m Dead

taken from “Was Dead,”
CT available on Burger Records
LP available on the Colonel Records