|Table of Contents and Introduction|
|1 - DroneOn Specifics||2 - General Net Resources||3 - Music - Current||4 - Music - Ancestors||5 - Music - Even Earlier|
|6 - Vendors||7 - Everything Else||8 - Zines/Books||9 - Gear/Musician Toys|
A WORD OF CONSUMER WARNING: These listings are only provided as a service to the drone community and not as any kind of "official" recommendation. Please remember that your mileage may indeed (and probably will) vary.
Having said that, I realize that there are numerous on-line general record stores which carry every current release available, including the "experimental" stuff which is list-worthy. Rather than try to list every single outfit, I'm only listing those who concentrate on the drone.
An extensive rare record catalog is available from BOMP! To get a catalog, send your snail-mail address only to email@example.com. This email address is for catalog requests only.
Alternately, you can write to:
P.O. Box 7112
Burbank, CA 91510
Enclose a couple of stamps or an IRC to cover postage costs.
Parasol has a on-line catalog at: http://www.parasol.com/
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 1996 11:54:26 -0400
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (EZ)
Subject: wayside and cuneiform
i deleted the message, but someone mentioned the wayside catalog. it is the
mailorder part of cuneiform records. they specialize in avant garde and the
like and carry hundreds of records of which i know only a few names such as
faust and doldrums. but we've been planning on ordering from them so if
anyone has some suggestions i'm all ears.
Carry lots of Really Weird Shit(tm) - things you never thought you needed. Good source for Japanese noisecore. On the web at: http://www.anomalousrecords.com/
Carries your favorite drone rock standards along with a generous helping of obscurities. Great source for krautrock of assorted vintages. On the web at: http://www.eclipse-records.com/
Often, someone will post a message which is something like: "Hey, I'm visiting some city next week - can someone tell me where the good record stores are?" Nick Voxman has kindly taken up organizing and compiling a WWW catalog of stores at http://home.eol.ca/~voxman/discs.html.