Come early November 2014 Casual Acid Tea will proudly be offering The Secret Museum of Kind Men Vol. 4 containing the magical musical majesty of Andy Puls solo project, A Magic Whistle.
For pre-sales please email (MatthewClarkMail at G Mail. com) $7 USD domestic includes shipping, inquire about International rates!
sound previews coming soon….here is the cover image below!!!!
The New Volume of the Secret Museum of Kind Men, Residual Echoes, interpreting tunes from India and Tajikstan is now ready. Order now USA! UK/Europe please be patient and order from Norman Records once the disk is officially in stock in Jan. 2014.
UK AND EUROPE PLEASE ORDER RECORDS FROM NORMAN RECORDS
PRE ORDERS FOR VOL. 3 not yet available for UK / Europe.
Records will be available in late November!
Use the pay pal buy button here and follow up with an email to matthewclarkmail(at)gmail(dot)com to clarify order details. These rates are for records shipped within the US only.
INTERNATIONAL ORDERS…please read. International shipping rates have gone way up since January 2013. Please contact me to discuss rates before using the pay pal buy button. On average a parcel with 1-2 records to the EU costs me $10 USD now.
Use Norman Records in the UK for easiest and most economical purchasing.
This option may end up being affordable to EU residents too. Worth investigating.
also on lots of other digital outlets….enjoy!
Casual Acid Tea presents the Secret Museum of Kind Men series…interpretations of classic ethnographic sounds released on wax!!!
Hark! the second installment in this quest to reinterpret classic cuts from the Secret Museum of Mankind with modern instrumentation and through the lens of our place in modern time. Featuring Brooklyn’s Ramble Tamble recrafting “Ta Magia Sto Pegadi” from the Greek isle of Epirus and “Raks Fazani” from Tunisia.
From the band, “This is the first studio document of Ramble Tamble and we humbly submit it as a tribute and celebration of those music-makers who’s sound survived and found immortality at 78rpm. These recordings are a wellspring of inspiration and humanity. May the days of their “secrecy” pass on into well-deserved obscurity.”
Piano, DX7, trap kit: Casey Glover * Fiddle: Adam Markiewicz
Fret-less Bass: Eli Winograd * Electric Shahi Baaja: Turner Williams Jr.
*Featuring beautiful art by the musicians themselves, hand screen printed.
The US Post Office nearly doubled the rates for international shipping in January 2013. Mailing singular records abroad now is very expensive. Even if I sell records at cost a single 7′ now will cost over $15 USD. To deal with this new obstacle I am seeking distribution in different territories.
In the UK I have found Norman Records ALL UK orders…. please go thru Norman Records.
Any ideas for disto outlets in continental Europe please contact MatthewClarkMail at gmail. com
To order a record contact me at matthewclarkmail at gmail dot com or use the paypal link here
NOTE: International Orders PLEASE contact me for shipping cost…then adjust via PAYPAL!
For USA…Paypal prices reflect cost of shipping included…THANKS!
RECORD STORES…CONTACT ME FOR WHOLESALE PRICES
The Vol. I of the Secret Museum of Kind Men series and the first Casual Acid Tea Vinyl Release is nearly ready to ship. Everything is coming together in the next days. Thanks to Colin Langenus, Davis Salisbury, Odeya Nini, Paul Fraser, Oscar Santos, Gina Kelly, Abel Okugawa, Peter Agelasto, Monkeyclaus, Jimmy Thompson and all other who helped make this happen plus all my gracious supporters via Kickstarter.
To order a record contact me at matthewclarkmail at gmail dot com
I am raising $500 to release a recording on 7″ vinyl. The recording is done & I only need to secure the funds for pressing the vinyl. The project is a called “The Secret Museum of Kind Men” and is 2 covers or interpretations of songs from the Secret Museum of Mankind Box Set: a 5 disk compilation of field recordings of folks songs from all around the world, recorded between 1925-1948. These songs are haunting and magical and have inspired me greatly since I first heard them in 2002. I chose 2 of my favorites and created arrangements and then recordings. The two songs are from Greece and Japan and sound amazing. The 7″ will truly be a piece of art with hand silk screened sleeves.
The players on the recordings are Colin Langenus, Davis Salisbury, Myself and Odeya Nini. Recorded by Colin L. with additional tracking and mixing by Paul Fraser. Mastered by Abel Okugawa @ Monkeyclaus studios.