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We currently have three (3) releases still for sale, and they are listed below.  To see all products, including those sold out, please see the releases page.

Todd Tamanend Clark – Nova Psychedelia (1975-1985) 2 CDs

“Outside of his native Pennsylvania-West Virginia stomping grounds, Todd Tamanend Clark remains one of the least known North American underground artists in the “lost music” DIY field of his era, considering he has collaborated with and shared time with many of his peers over the years (Cheetah Chrome, Allen Ravenstine, Stiv Bators), as well as progenitors (Dorothy Moskowitz of United States of America, Robert Moog, William Burroughs), his significant body of recorded (and printed) work was always made in small runs and has remained elusive and highly collectible to this day.
This 2CD set collects all of his released vinyl recordings from 1975-1985, including those issued as The Stars (1975 45 rpm and eight-track cartridge material), The Eyes (‘New Gods: Aardvark Thru Zymurgy’ LP from 1977), Todd Clark Group (‘We’re Not Safe!’ LP from ’79), and Todd Clark (‘Into the Vision’ LP from ’84, plus two 45s released in the first half of the ’80s).
Anopheles 010 – Todd Tamanend Clark – Nova Psychedelia (1975-1985) 2CD   – $17 ppd USA, $25 ppd world.   UPC# 820320009220

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Homestead & Wolfe: Our Times – The Gold Star Tapes (1973-75) CD

Homestead and Wolfe - Album-Front-largeOriginally released in 1975, H&W’s lone and unknown privately pressed LP is an artifact so lost to time, it has never appeared in any discography, list of rare records, or catalog, anywhere.  However, exist it does, and now their story can be told.  Anopheles Records has sat tight lipped on this discovery for the last year while researching and preparing this reissue from the original master tapes and with full cooperation of the group.

Homestead & Wolfe was a folk-harmony group based around the United Methodist Good Samaritan church in Cupertino, CA (near San Jose). Comprised of two female lead vocalists, one male lead vocalist, and buttressed with superb male and female harmonies throughout, H&W performed original material in a rich, melodic folk-rock-country style that is well executed, as well as earnest and personal. The patriarch, producer and lyricist of the group, Ernie Bringas, had dabbled in the record biz as one of two founding members of the “surf hot rod” early 1960s vocal duo, the Rip Chords, before leaving the music business to attend seminary school.

Anopheles 008, Homestead & Wolfe: Our Times – The Gold Star Tapes (1973-75) CD – $13 ppd USA, $22 ppd world

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DEBRIS': Static Disposal CD

4-104Dada / punk / psych weirdness that stands its own ground and then some. DEBRIS’ was name checked in Nurse With Wound’s (NWW) infamous list of influential LPs included with their first album in ’79.

21 tracks and over 76 minutes of 1975-76 recordings by this legendary trio from Chickasha, Oklahoma.

This reissue includes a 28 page booklet with liner notes penned by all three members, song lyrics, photos and more. We’ve used the original LP master tapes and added 10 previously unheard and stunning rehearsal recordings as bonus tracks.

Anopheles 004: DEBRIS': Static Disposal CD. – $15 ppd USA, $25 ppd world.