03 September, 2012

The 45 Syndicate - "Lum's Love Song" [Single]
Available Now!

Late last night, a group of shadowy figures arrived at the doorstep of DeaFM HQ. This group, known only as The 45 Syndicate, promptly invited themselves inside, where they immediately began preparing the label’s subterranean studio for tracking new material.

Their actions were characteristically performed with nary a spoken word. Instead, they merely nodded, shot glances, and pointed out minimal instruction, before grasping instruments and beginning to play. Uncharacteristically, however, they chose to lay down a love song. Then - just as suddenly as they arrived - they were gone, leaving behind no evidence of existence beyond the lingering tones of one truly catchy tune. The resulting recording (originally composed by Kobayashi Izumi and performed by Yuuko Matsutani) is a raucous homage to a lovely, yet unattainable girl (She’s animated — As in “cartoon”, not “lively”. Although she’s certainly that as well.) and while the original is sung from her perspective, this unique rendition reverses roles to create an instrumental mating call for a fictional femme-fatale.

To hear for yourself, just navigate over to the Syndicate-operated Bandcamp, but prepare to spend the rest of your day attempting to extract the diddy from your dome (It may as well be mind control). As for the Syndicate, we may never know when they'll surface again. Though, one thing's for certain... They always leave their mark.

01 May, 2012

Summertime Rolls... And Rocks... And Rocks And Rolls And Rolls And Rocks.

Ah, Yes...

Summertime is upon us.

Clear skies... breezy weather... Rock 'n' Roll. In other words, it's time to set this record spinning. That's right. 2012 will be a "record" year for DeaFM Records and we'd like you to enjoy the ride, beginning with an album fit for the occasion.

The 45 Syndicate  - "Surf?!" [EP]

Modern melodies for a psychedelic beach party! The audio embodiment of intrigue and espionage! Instrumental swagger for the sharpest of swingers! Remember, Kids... "Those who go against the Syndicate lose... They lose BIG!" Don't cross this clan. Just dig it, Dandies!

Also coming soon from DeaFM Record Co....

The Shotgun Ensemble - "Shotgun Songs" [EP]

Impromptu instrumentals from the DeaFM laboratory, featuring the finest of talent our fortress can facilitate! Call it what you will... We're too busy basking in the beautiful sound of spontaneous subsistence.

The Thegns Of Io. - "Medieval Moon"

Highly anticipated proof of life on the Moon! Well... one of several. Behold, the first attempt to capture alien imitation of human artistic expression! It's interplanetary Pop... It's Space-Folk for the stars!

Oh, and Spain... But don't ask. It's a long story.

Old Man Kluesner - "Drunken Jesus"
(Pronounced "ohld man kleeznur")

A lost classic from the heartland of a nation... no knicks, knacks or paddy-whacks about it. This Old Man plays geetar, bass, the drums... the lot! He's even got a voice your kid brother will love. Now, listen up, Punks and get offa' the lawn!

The Rainbow's Beard - "Then Again"

The Complete Two-Disc Deluxe Full-Length Retrospective Debut from "the guys in the pink ties! Expect SURF! Expect PUNK! Expect FUNK! ... EXPECT LOUD! EXPECT FUZZY! EXPECT WEIRD... kinda'. Look to the sky... and expect The Rainbow's Beard.

17 April, 2012

Great Googly Moogly!

Howdy, Folks!

Do you like blood... violence... freaks of nature? Well, hot-damn... Who doesn't?!

Welcome to DeaFM Record Co.'s new-fangled, scar-spangled "Blog O' Biff! Bang! Pow!", where you'll find the latest, most comprehensive collection of musings ever compiled in regard to the fine artists we've manufactured here, in our secret underground lab. (Hooray, loquacity!)

This here Rock 'n' Roll record label specializes in only the finest madness and mayhem, from Blues and Doom to Garage Punk and Shoegaze... We've even dabbled in Hip-Hop (and we're of [un]sound mind to prove it), because we're in it for the Art, Friends. We're in it for family.

... So like-minded maniacs, lend us your ears... We shall fill them with fuzz and melodic debris. We're not built for radio or 'fit' for TV. We're engineered for your stereo to make 'discerning' ears bleed.