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Carlos Giffoni
Vain

How have we all managed to do without new business from Carlos Giffoni for six whole years? Lord only knows, but the No Fun bossman is certainly back in action now, presenting new full-length LP Vain...view item »

Carlos Giffoni
Little Mornings

What a smart looking thing this is, a square transparent flexi housed in holographic sleeve complete with Gremlins picture insert. Carlos kicks off with a little vocal ditty before heading straight into some modular synthesizer twiddlings. Beginning with some low end oscillations then in...view item »

Carlos Giffoni
Evidence

Giffoni is back, and this time he's brought along his friend and bona fide synth pal Laurel Halo to help the party along. On the A side of this 12” the two of them embark on an eig...view item »

Various (Thurston Moore, Carlos Giffoni, Wolf Eyes, Aaron Dilloway, Jim O'Rouke)
Viva Negativa! A Tribute To The New Blockaders: Volume III: USA

Anti-music noise-nonsense-mongers The New Blockaders are, y’know, kind of a big deal in the noise world, and that fact is reflected by this tribute compilation, in which what feels like the majority of the noise world turn up to contribute a track. Seriously, take a look at the full tracklisting: mind-blowing talent. 2 dis...view item »

Carlos Giffoni/Keith Fullerton Whitman
Techno

I'd been walking around the office in a trance looking at the sleeve of Carlos Giffoni and Keith Fullerton Whitman's split LP on No Fun Productions. The primitive cyberdelic black and white imagery (by Maya Miller) reminding me of the magic of staring at old rave flyers, very early techno sleeves or Bridget Riley's mind bending graphics. I bumpe...view item »

Jim O'Rourke / Carlos Giffoni
Japan Tour 2011

A limited Tour CD here from No Fun Productions main man Giffoni and old Jimmy boy. 3 tracks in all, one by each artist respectively and a collaboration. Jimbo's 'Canadian Bonus Track' opens the set with some lovely new age style analogue synth action that r...view item »

White Out (with Spencer Yeh and Carlos Giffoni)
Live at No Fun

White Out are an improvising duo who use percussion, electronics and voice to map out new sonic territory. Often they are (relatively) quiet and exploratory, but this performance from New York’s No Fun noise-fest sees them dragged into noise-blast territory by one-time collaborators C. Spencer Yeh and ...view item »