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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Big Cartel

I've just reduced it to 5 items, so it's free. You're welcome to contact me for any other items

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Clearing out

did some work this weekend, hobo, tenth court and cooldeath are gone

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Just to be clear

  • Easter Bilby Records Just to be clear, I figure I've got about a years worth of stuff that I've committed to, I will follow through on that. I'm not going to accept anything new for distribution. I think I will keep the label going, though I have nothing in mind for release right now.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Easter Bilby Store

I try to keep this updated for wholesale stuff, the retail store is here,

I've got more then 100 items, which is my current limit at big cartel so I try to rotate stuff through. If you see something on this list that is not in the store shoot me an email

Friday, March 20, 2015


Lower Plenty - Hard Rubbish lp (EB-001)
Kitchens Floor - Deadshits 7" (EB-002)
Angie - Turning LP (EB-003)  
Ausmuteants - Stale White Boys (EB-004) 
Wet Blankets - Rise of the... (Agitated)
Red Red Kroovvy - Global Citizen 7"
Brando's Island - Auto Warfare 7"
Dead Farmers - Wasteland lp (RIP045)
Liam Kenny - A Kenny for your Thoughts lp (it)
BCBG - Jaune De Naple 7"(glenliviagough)
Frightening Lights - lp(bruit-direct)
Xnobbqx/xwave - tour 7"
School Damage - Break Up 7" (Detonic)
Old Mate - It is what it is LP (SDZ)
Ulsers 7" (WBR)
Ulsers - LP (WBR)
Danny Whitten's Veins cs (Major Crimes)
Flesh World - Planned Obsolescence EP (no patience)
Lakes - Carved Remains 7"(no patience)
Low Life - Dogging lp (disinfect/rip society)
Rat Columns - Leaf lp (rip society)
 M.O.B. - s/t lp(Rip society)
Muura - Untitled lp (WG)
A.D. Skinner - 7"
Sacred Product - S/T lp (ASS-003/SM-004)
Multiple Man - Spirit Level 7" (Mcr-011)
Big Richard Insect - 7" (Mcr-009)
Old Mate - 7" (Mcr-008)
Oily Boys - 7"  (disinfect)
Red Red Kroovy 7" (RIP)
Unity Floors - Exotic Goldfish Blues lp (pop frenzy)
Bad Vision - S/T - Lp (ADAGIO)
The Zingers - S/T -lp ( MDR01)
Gooch Palms - lp (antifade)
Half High - 7" (members of NOTV)
Sulphur Lights -7"
Tax - Bent Spear 7" (NP21)
Lakes - Blood of the Grove lp (NP22)
Cannon - 7" (Bon Voyage)
The School of Radiant Living - lp (SORL-01)
Clits - Excuse Me 7" (Ant-023)
Bad Visions - 112 7" (BVR)
Native Cats - Dallas lp (RIP035)
Kitchen's Floor - Regrets 7" (RIP007)
Kremlings - Vulture Race 7" (Antifade)
Cured Pink - 7" (Black Petal44)
Batpiss - Nuclear Winter lp
Hammering The Cramps - 7" (Wormwood Grasshopper)
No Guru - There's no guru - lp (Hashram Audio Concern)
Bed Wetting Bad Boys lp
Lost Domain - An Unnatural Act(NGL-035)
Sprot 7" (wormwood grasshopper)
degreaser - sweaty hands lp (NGL-040)
southern comfort - silver and gold 7" (BP043)
Antipan LPs
Spiders LP (James Heighway from Blue Mountains, X Wave , etc)
UnAustralians (Spastic, grind theatrics)
xNoBBQx Picture disc
Brat Farrar - s/t lp (eniasn-04)
Bad Aches - Hypochondriac 7" (eniasn -?)
Cobwebs - Look out 7" (ANT007)
Meat Thump - box of wine 7" (NGL038)
Whores - mob reality 7" (RIP026)
Ruined Fortune - bulls eye 7" (RIP027)
obnox - purple reign 7" (NGL)
Chook Race - Medicine 7" (self released)
Looks like Miaou - lp (bon voyage)
skyneedle - rave cave lp (NGL)
scraps - secret paradise 7" (disembraining)
stag - get used to it 7" (disembraining)
Moffarfarrah - thread bare 7" (albert's basement)
Woolen Kits - S/T lp (RIP Society) 
Taco Leg - Printed Gold 7" (RR/TT)
The Lost Domain - Drunken Sailor 7" (NGL)
3 Toed Sloth - Jukebox Series 7" (NGL)
The Lost Domain - Blondes Chew More Gum - 2xlp (NGL)
Degreaser - Bottomfeeder - lp (NGL)
Low Life - Sydney Darbs - 7" (NGL)
Eagle Boys - Kambalda (NGL) 7"
Golden Staph - lp (R.I.P. Society)
Dead Farmers - Go Home - lp (R.I.P. Society)
Witch Hats - Wound of a Little Horse - 12"

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Constant Mongrel review

Constant Mongrel DCM 7″ (R.I.P Society)
Constant Mongrel are so undeniably punk that I always thought it odd they hadn’t released any music on the punkest vinyl format, the 7″, so it’s nice to see that finally take place. They cracked me up with the cover, that’s for sure – from their butchered name to the “email print-out as art” back cover (complete with incorrect track listing), this thing is just the right kind of stupid. Getting to the songs, those are great too – it’s clear that Constant Mongrel are no longer amateurs at their respective instruments, and they’ve started writing songs to reflect that. They still sound like a Happy Squid band from 1981, though, and they put the downer, hazy guitars of their Heavy Breathing album to smart use here. “The Law” might be my favorite, but they’re all great, and I love the stop-start droniness of “New Shapes” too. If you’ve been waiting for another good Australian punk 7″ to come out (assuming you either already own all the Ausmuteants ones or got a little bored with them), the time is now my friend.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Low Life - Dogging

down to the last box, get em before their gone - Sold Out (for wholesale, still got some in bilby store)

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Dead Farmers - Wasteland lp

“The band has a deep appreciation (as opposed to shallow, retro-chic appreciation) of pre-punk ’70s rock such as The Stones, Faces, Neil Young, Blue Cheer, The Saints, CCR and The Stooges via a take-charge, masters-of-your-own-universe Minutemen-esque ethos and work ethic.” – Nic Warnock

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Exhaustion lp in this week

This one sided LP documents the first collaboration between Melbourne psych rock thugs Exhaustion and the Dutch-born tenor saxophonist Kris Wanders, a veteran of the early days of European free improvisation who performed widely with legendary figures like Peter Brötzmann, Peter Kowald, and Han Bennink and recorded some classic sides with Alexander von Schlippenbach, Fred van Hove and the obscure Dutch pianist/clarinetist Kees Hazevoet before moving to Australia in the late 1970s, where he has continued to perfect his brand of raw, soulful free jazz.
Considering the roof-raising intensity usually achieved by both Exhaustion and Wanders’s regular Unit, it might be surprising for some that this recording is less of a post-Last Exit blowout than a spacious exploration of group dynamics. But this is certainly no casual jam session: Wanders and Exhaustion manage to imbue both peaks of manic ferocity and descents into near silence with the same feeling of concentration and intensity.
Wanders often grounds his playing here in mournful blues phrasing recalling both Brötzmann and Frank Wright, releasing slow arcs of notes that build into guttural cries and rapid-fire fragments of post-Coltrane scalar exploration. Duncan Blachford’s FX-saturated guitar playing moves between shimmering feedback and explosive reverb-tank interruptions, and the way his lingering pause over each note, allowing it ring out into feedback, combines with the cymbal-heavy pointillism of Per Byström’s drumming is reminiscent of the atmosphere of suppressed violence in Masayuki Takayanagi’s classic mid-70’s New Direction Unit recordings. At other moments Byström builds up thudding, irregular pulses that, accompanied by Ian Wadley’s wandering bass lines, bring the quartet into classic free jazz territory.
Blachford’s vocal interjection, ranging from ghostly humming to rowdy grunts, push the group into a truly unhinged meeting point of intuitive psych-rock excesses and speed-of-thought free improv interplay. The group sound, rather than the contribution of any individual player, is the focus here: even Wanders, whose enormous tone and constant invention can’t help but occupy the listener’s attention, often recedes back into the group’s primordial soup, building up delicate and sometimes piercing microtonal harmonies with Blachford’s feedback tones.
Captured in fittingly raw room fidelity, this is the first document of a powerful new group, and a perfect contemporary companion to the recently unearthed Brötzmann/Fushitsusha recordings. 
– Francis Plagne