Can’t decide if you want a 7″, a 10″, or a 12″? Tired of making decisions in general? Now you don’t have to! With our new concentric records, you get a 7″, a 10″, and a 12″ all in one! Play them separately or put them together and listen to them all at once.
Here are some of the Harry Mountain -”Waiting” x-ray lathes. It is an edition of 7-7″, each with an identical collage sleeve. Here we have a dog and a fish x-ray. Check out “Waiting” here.
Here’s the first record in the Metal on Metal!! series. Scrap Iron’s epic metal masterpiece Shovel. Metal music as it was meant to be – on metal.
It’s guitar and drums. You can hear a bit of it here.
This is the prototype. The finished version will have flash memory circuitry built into it so that you can plug a usb cable directly into the record and download the songs!
The music is on the front and the back is etched copper artwork. Beautiful!
Here’s the copper cutting in action!
Here are some super thin 5″ lathes that were the secret bonus track as part of a cd-lathe. They were hidden UNDER THE JEWEL TRAY in some of the cd cases! In the photo they are hanging out with Charlie the dog, Chaplin the cardinal, and Porkchop the lamb.
These are part of the live lathe series. An artist is invited to stop by and record a single. The catch – each and every side of each and every record is a LIVE-TO-LATHE recording. No two records are alike! Each one is a one of a kind master recording. We made 10 of these on Sept. 11, 2010.
As you most likely will never get one of the original ten, you can listen to Boatman and Alamo online at your leisure. Joanie Leon Guerrero wrote and performed both songs. I think these were takes 6 and 7.
Here are some of the Fuck Fuck CD Lathes. It plays on your record player AND in your CD player.
Check out the gorgeous Bruital Orgasme lathes.
Check out Bruital Orgasme while you’re at it, too.
Here are some of the regular picture discs. They’re as thick as regular records, not like the flexible ones I’ve been making…
Square and round Electro Putas Lathes.
Flexible picture discs from magazine pages.
National GeographicThe Crossword Lathe