Luana Records, based in Switzerland, has so kindly put our first physical release and it is coming to you on 7″ vinyl!!

80 copies were produced and with hand made covers featuring original vintage photos from the 40′s & 50′s. Art concept by Flurina Schuler. Label design by Adam Sajkowski

Take a listen below and order the vinyl:
North America, through the End Shoppe here
Europe & UK, through Luana’s online shop here

Back in 2012 we wrote a track with UK artist Bon Arrow, long time friend and music collaborator from Vid’s London years. We locked all the Bond villains into our basement to help us get this one out, now it seems “Lonely Road” has been getting some interest from BBC Radio 6 Music.
Hope you enjoy it too.
We gotta go feed the Scaramanga

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Our third remix. We had a chance to remix one of our favorite bands, INSTRUMENTS, and be apart of their remix album titled “Assembly Room”.

The album is available through itunes and the Endemik Store on February 15 2011.

You can download the song through the band’s bandcamp

This one is nasty.

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suitcase

photo by Andrew Gordon Macpherson

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At the end of the Summer (2009) we finished our first remix for the lovely and talented band Bell Orchestre. We remixed the song Airlines/Landlines from Bell O’s second album “As Seen Through Windows”.

Our remix was included in Bell O’s remix album “Who Designs Nature’s How” through Arts&Crafts along side other great artists such as Kid Koala, Colin Stetson and Mad Professor!

Pick one up here.

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Early 2009 we produced a song for one of our favorite rappers named bleubird. This was our first officially released music that reached the peoples.

mism records began their label with a split 7″ that had Son Lox/James Reindeer on side A and bleubird on side B. Two firsts…

The pressing was limited to 300 copies. Pick one up here.