... thanks for everyone's patience during the move !!! while it did take about a week longer than scheduled to get even the most basic elements of mms up & running again (i.e. records back on the shelves [in order !!!] ; packing & shipping bench upright & operational) we can safely say that things are finally getting back to normal around here ...

... we're just about caught up with invoicing & shipping orders placed during our closure & we've started opening up the dozens of boxes of new titles that arrived in our absence, updating the site here to show all of the new arrival & restock activities over the past few weeks (scanner & stereo are still boxed up, so full workups are still pending) ...

... as a token of appreciation to everyone that helped us out by placing a "closeout" order in the days leading up to the move (and due to a number of requests for more time to properly investigate / strategize a more thorough sweep of the dwindling list of titles on offer) i've extended the exhaustive "closeoupacolypse" one final time until the end of the spring ; this should afford everyone the proper resources to make their final selections ...
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half makeshiftaphotic leech” compact disc

  • aphotic leech
utech press release...
artist: half makeshift
title: aphotic leech
format: cd
edition: 500
length: 36'
trx: 1
catalogue number: urcd005
released: february 24, 2007
november, 2006.

nathan michael: piano, guitar, organ, glitch work, manipulation
nicholas szczepanik unknowingly provided all percussion.

aphotic leech is the first movement in a series of ever changing modes which make up what half makeshift has slowly become. a bath of heavy drone and bitter piano chords strewn over top of subtle glitch work and manipulated percussion, aphotic leech trades malice for despair and shuns any probable hope.

created in november of 2006 from austere piano pieces, string fragments, a live percussion specimen and other various arrangements, this piece grew to be much larger than originally intended through a series of long manipulation and thought processes. it engulfs the body in a thick black sludge only to dissipate at once, become a reborn substance and finally drain itself leaving a small fragment lingering after it expires.

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