Never compromise. Not even in the face of Armageddon. That's always been the difference between us ... (Rorschach)

Perhaps it's just what Rorschach said to Daniel, what fuels us as an independent label. This thought originated Sounds of Subterrania's work as a distribution. To help other labels selling their records, creating networks and to support each other. Now we've got a new tool and I hope it facilitates your work and the process of ordering. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And I'm always open and thankful for any suggestions to improve the new concept.

Hope to hear from you soon!
Gregor

... and now enjoy the digging!
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    BOOTCHY TEMPLE

    Glimpses

    Cathedrale are a four piece garage pop band from Toulouse, in the south-west of France. In the ten tracks of this second album entitled ‘Facing Death », they mix punk, pop and garage, in a formul
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    BRACE! BRACE!

    Brace! Brace!

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    VOLAGE

    Sittin Sideways

    Two albums and a few tours later, the gang is about to make its come back with its third album ‘Glimpses’. Quite like the sketches appearing on Emma Kadraoui’s artwork, this new album lets the
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    BIBI DEN’S TSHIBAYI

    Sensible

    A great mix of Zouk, Afro-Funk and Boogie from the Ivory Coast, 1983. Cool synths, electric guitar, Afro-Caribbean rhythms... Four long tracks, including the massive afro-disco-boogie “Africa Mawa
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    KAVIAR SPECIAL

    Vortex

    Kaviar Special was born in Rennes, France in 2012. Four kids who met while studying Biology in College and tought it would be a fun to start a band together and record an album. 
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    LITE STORM

    Warning

    Screaming psychedelic garage from L.A. with fuzzed out guitars, Vox organ, killer vocals, early Oriental vibes...Recorded in 1967-68 but not widely released until 1972. File next to Music Emporium, Ti
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    AMANITA

    Sol y Sombra

    First ever vinyl reissue of this German private press from 1978. Produced and recorded by the group and only sold at local shops and venues. Excellent and perfectly executed Latin-Funk / Jazz-Fusion w
  • GULAG BEACH

    Potato mash bash

    Berlin's Amoeba-Underground-Surf-Lineup is back on their fourth release with eight tongue-shearing hip-shakes in the corner of Black Hole & Beach Boulevard and cracks open nuts of all angry German
  • KOMPLIKATIONS

    no good news

    KOMPLIKATIONS fifth release is yet another 12" that proves they just don't run out of great melodies, awesome harmonies, smart lyrics and aggressive dance beats. No Good News starts with synthesiz
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    LOST TAPES

    inconveinence

    Ok, wow! If you liked the first LOST TAPES album you will definitely love their second record. This fantastic post punk band out of Aachen just came up with 10 brand new songs that merge the dark and
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    MISCALCULATIONS

    sharp solution

    To all of you who eagerly waited for some new songs from the great Miscalculations - Here‘s the best news. We pressed six awesome tracks into a single-sided vinyl record and screenprinted the flipsi
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    TH DA FREAK

    Freakenstein

    Th Da Freak is the project of Thoineau Palis, a young musician from Bordeaux who is obsessed with 90's slacker rock and the likes of Pavement, Sonic Youth or Sebadoh, which he mixes with dream po
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    SWEATSHOP BOYS

    two men

    Hailing from Tel Aviv, these 4 Israeli Power-Punk-Poppers are finally back with their sophomore album after the great debut in 2013. „Two Men“ comes with twelve marvelous Punk Rock / Power Pop hym
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    DUN FIELD THREE

    s/t

    "A Carnival of Crows or: The Overcoming of the Black Death It is a rare pleasure to stumble upon something undefinable by genre category. No comparison available that would accurately capture its ess
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    REFLECTOR

    Turn

    Andreas Heller and David Reumüller must have had their backs to the wall, as it seemed barely possible to take any further steps to develop their band Reflector. When suddenly and rather unexpectedly
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    ZDENĚK LIŠKA

    Ikari XB-1

    Liška, the Czechoslovakian word for fox. Beguiling in its beauty, cunning in it’s charm. Said to be one of the most intelligent animals on the planet its global family consists of thirty-seven vari
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    GUY SKORNIK

    Tusk

    From Guy Skornik, the composer and arranger behind Popera Cosmic and Pour Pauwels, comes the enigmatic instrumental cues that provided fellow existentialist and notorious auteur director Alejandro Jod
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    DENIS WISE

    Wize Music

    Perhaps one of the most unique and unlikely exponents of the highly collectible genres of ambient electronics, experimental tape-music and PINA (Private Issue New Age) this English born Jamaican raise
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    LISTENER

    Wooden Heart

    Re-Press Second studio album from (then) talk-music duo, Listener; Wooden Heart is a concept album that loosely draws it's framework from the popular children's tale The Never Ending Story, w
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    LISTENER

    Time Is A Machine

    Re-Press Third studio album from US three piece, Listener. As with their previous two records, Time Is A Machine marks a definite shift in Listener's sound, particularly evident with the introduc
  • TERRY & LOUIE

    A Thousand Guitars

    Formed from the ashes of one the most tragic and beloved Punkbands in recent memory, The Exploding Hearts, they are “Terry & Louie” AKA Terry Six and King Louie Bankston. And they are back! And wi
  • REEKYS

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  • GYMSHORTS

    Knock Knock

    This four-piece punk dynamo from Rhode Island, is everything you want in a punk band: brutal, unrefined, and absolutely thrashing. They are exactly how you’d expect them to be offstage; upbeat, hila
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    METEOR

    Parallel Lives

    This album is a compilation of stories told through songs, each one representing a line, a character with different experiences to others but coexisting in an infinite space, full of human beings with