Saturday, August 20, 2022

Partridge & Lavender and Company (INO-133)

The debut album by this Austin trio features 13 songs that are a mix of synth-pop, shoegaze, and psychedelic improv, with layers of surreal effected vocals. "Sometime around 1958, Partridge rolled into town and encountered Lavender at a gambling hall. Little did they know, they had Company..." Only available on Bandcamp.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Palus Somni have returned with our 14th series of full moon rituals, "Lunar Cultivation in Dub". Staring at the sky in deep contemplation, we created 18 lush ethereal dubs for terraforming the moon with sacred crops. Heavy rhythms, repetitive melodies, and dank intergalactic echo weave together to form a smoky atmosphere fit for growth. Only available on Bandcamp.


Friday, May 6, 2022


Aunt's Analog - Stoner With Basic Wi-Fi (INO-033)

This is the revised version of the 2017 Aunt's Analog rock release. Recorded occasionally over the course of 15 years, this album contains 16 outsider/bedroom shoegaze tracks with some noise influence, recorded digitally in lo-fi style. These songs are about dreams, love, loss, drugs, mania, depression, lies, and brutal honesty. Another side of Aunt's Analog, only available on Bandcamp.

Thursday, April 28, 2022


Absimit - The Work (INO-132)

Experimantal trio from London, UK. "Absimit make music of total oblivion with guitar, drums, bass and post-recording violence done to the files through deliberate digital degradation. The Work is an EP of 3 tracks that manifest this concept of Working in relation to 3 Primes, used symbolically and literally. Grinding through the endless salty void, we endure. We are always Working, Cooking and Pounding." Only available on Bandcamp.

Friday, April 1, 2022

Brutalest - Transmission (INO-131)

Originally released (as a shorter edit) in 2012 on cassette by H Series HNW, the album is now presented in complete form. Overblown, distorted walls with constant friction. Only transmitted via Bandcamp.


Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Palus Somni present 6 new albums of full-moon collaborations. "Infinite Lacerations Beyond The Event Horizon" is the 13th series of recordings, and this time the theme is cut-up noise. The duo go through the wormhole into a jarring and alien space, using a varied combination of sources, effects, and recording techniques. Constant and inescapable chaos ensues, with sharp fragments of sound cutting from all sides. Only available on Bandcamp.