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Each One Teach One

Shuffling, streamlined (after the first two tunes at least) psych ditties from the turn of the century by New York’s Oneida, now reissued by original label Jagjaguwar. Impeccable production and a splendid use of feedback harmonics gave this stuff quite an edge - and has kept it from ageing much and all....view item »

A List of the Burning Mountains

Oneida follow up their Thank Your Parents album triptych by getting even deeper and stranger. A List Of The Burning Mountains is two side-long slabs of Oneida-brand improvisation, relying on the gro...view item »


The heads have been waiting a few years for this moment, but here it is… a full new Oneida album! Romance is a considerable proposition, with eleven tracks over two LPs (or one CD), each exploring a different facet for the astonishing beast that is the O. So much going on in here, you are really ...view item »

Oneida and Rhys Chatham
What's Your Sign?

Some years in the making, here is the collaboration between one of New York’s finest guitar-centric experimental composers Rhys Chatham and the glorious Oneida. With What’s Your Sign?, both parties mesh beautifully together into a swirl of repetitive super-sound: a joy for Oneida...view item »

People of the North
The Caul

More joyful noise from the ever-more sprawling activities of the Oneida family. People Of The North is the side project of that band’s Bobby Matador and drum powerhouse Kid Millions, and The Caul finds them diving once more into heavy minimal jams of immense power...view item »


Yes that’s right, what we have here is an EP on which Brooklyn’s endlessly thrilling Oneida cover This Heat, one of the most remarkable bands yet seen. Incredible scenes. As well as their take on ‘S.P.Q.R’, they also cover ...view item »

Oneida / Mugstar
Collisions 02

Here's a thing for you. It's a split LP by noisy prawns Oneida and Mugstar. Each band gets a side each and both artists choose to fill each side with one long track. Oneida's contribution  'Shahin's Song' is a 15 minute improv rock beast with sludgey guitars and it's possibly the grimiest ...view item »

Absolute II

For those about to death rock we salute you!! Oneida's third and final installment of their "Thank Your Parents" series of releases is as every bit as ominous sounding and atmospheric as you like. It's very much japery of the conceptual kind. It's the kind of record that when it is played you can imagine y...view item »

The Human Factor

This record is pure art galleries. It squelches and screams out of your speakers. It's an ambient head fuck. It's members of Ex-Models with guests dicking about with electronic sound manipulation and abrasive recording techniques. It lasts for a short amount of time. Which for people like me who prefer a more sedate offering like the overlooked ...view item »

Oneida & Pterodactyl
The Green Corridor I

OK I'm not massively familiar with either artist here. I've  heard a bit of Oneida here and there but I wouldn't say I was an expert. We scored these from Altin Village and they've been sat hidden in the office for a week until I salvaged them as I wanted to hear it. The Oneida side is 2 tracks of ambience and drone.... that is until th...view item »

Equinox / Last Hit

Don't know much about the Xhol records but you gotta give 'em props for blagging Oneida out of these two awesome compositions. Additional respect is due for the beautiful two colour screen printed art as well as the one colour screen on the vinyl themselves. So yeah, two newies from the Onieda lads on one side of wax... mint. Oneida begin with a...view item »

Rated O

The second part of the epic Thank Your Parents triptych embarked upon by Brooklyn’s finest band, Oneida. Rated O is itself a triple album, and it's one of the most remarkable collections of modern times, spanning experimental repeato-rock, deep psych, weird noise electronics and all sorts of other magical...view item »

Preteen Weaponry

The first part of the epic Thank Your Parents triptych of Brooklyn’s finest band, Oneida. Preteen Weaponry is a long jam in three parts that goes deep into the heart of the band’s magic formula: Kid Millions’ infinitely engaging drums circle around the organs and guitars at th...view item »