15th August 2017

Terrascopaedia issue 8

Published in August 2017, Terrascopaedia issue 8 features interviews with the Greek Theatre, Piano Magic and Stereocilia.

100 copies produced. Each copy is entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset in 12pt Caslon Old Style and lovingly printed on unbleached, hand cut paper on a vintage "Peerless" treadle jobbing press manufactured by Cropper, Charlton & Co. of Nottingham, England.

Please be aware that due to the hand-made nature of this publication, small mistakes are bound to occur and no two copies can ever be exactly the same.

Stitched. Illustrated. Full colour. 16 pages plus cover. Acid free cotton rag deckle edged paper. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches (the old "Duke" size, in imperial measurements).

Cost: £8.00 a copy, postage included (UK), £9.00 (EU), £10.00 (RoW)

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Paper Leaves, the Terrascope compilation

A vinyl only album (a "Long Player") which features tracks donated by Bardo Pond, Bevis Frond, Black Tempest, Ben Chasny, Dead Sea Apes, The Left Outsides, Nick Nicely and White Hills.

SOLD OUT (July 2017)

 
 

Terrascopaedia issue 7 was published in January 2017, the most recent in an ongoing series of extremely limited edition letterpress publications, containing an editorial, graphics, a selection of LP reviews and interviews - this time with The Amazing, Maida Vale and Tangle Edge (all artists who hail from Scandinavia)

85 copies produced. Each copy was entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset in Caslon Old Style and lovingly printed on unbleached, hand cut acid-free paper on an 1890s vintage "Peerless" treadle jobbing press manufactured by Cropper, Charlton & Co. of Nottingham, England.

Please be aware that due to the hand-made nature of this publication, small mistakes are bound to occur and no two copies can ever be exactly the same.

Stitched. Lavishly illustrated. Ten different colours. 16 pages plus cover. Acid free cotton rag deckle edged paper. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches.

Cost: £8.00 a copy, postage included (UK), £9.00 (EU), £10.00 (RoW)

 
 

Terrascopaedia issue 6 was published in August 2016, part of an ongoing series of extremely limited edition letterpress publications, containing an editorial, graphics, a selection of LP reviews and interviews - this time with Rusalnaia's Sharron Kraus, PSP's Jens Unosson and Constantine's, uh, Constantine.

90 copies were produced. Each copy was entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset in Caslon Old Style and lovingly printed on unbleached, hand cut paper on an 1890s vintage "Peerless" treadle jobbing press manufactured by Cropper, Charlton & Co. of Nottingham, England.

Please be aware that due to the hand-made nature of this publication, small mistakes are bound to occur and no two copies can ever be exactly the same.

Stitched. Lavishly illustrated. Ten different colours. 16 pages plus cover. Acid free cotton rag deckle edged paper. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches.

Cost: £8.00 a copy, postage included (UK), £9.00 (EU), £10.00 (RoW) [SOLD OUT]

 
 

Terrascope T shirts back by popular demand - now in full colour!

Sizes: S, M, XL [ L and XXL sold out ]

Price: £15.00 plus postage and packing

 
 

Terrascopaedia issue 5 (January 2016) featured an editorial, graphics, a selection of LP reviews (no CDs or downloads, obviously) and interviews - this time with Dead Sea Apes and the Man band's Deke Leonard.

100 copies were produced. Each copy is entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset in a specially commissioned fount and lovingly printed on unbleached, hand cut paper on a fully restored 1940s vintage Adana Letterpress machine. Please be aware that due to the hand-made nature of this publication, small mistakes are bound to occur and no two issues can ever be exactly the same.

Stitched. Illustrated. Four colours. 16 pages plus cover. Acid free cotton rag deckle edged paper. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches.

 
 

 

Terrascopaedia issue 4

Terrascopaedia issue 4 (December 2015) was the latest in an ongoing series of extremely limited edition letterpress publications, containing a selection of LP reviews (no CDs or downloads, obviously) and interviews - this time with Thought Forms and Wolf People - all unique to this publication.

100 copies produced. Each copy entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset in a specially commissioned fount and lovingly printed on a hand-cranked, fully restored 1950s vintage Adana Letterpress machine.

Hand Stitched. Fully illustrated. Four colours. 14 pages plus cover. Acid free cotton rag deckle edged paper. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches.

 
 

T-shirts

Back by popular demand! In a shameless endeavour to raise funds to maintain this website & pay for ink, paper and type for the Terrascopaedia, we're pleased to be able to offer you an extremely limited-edition Terrascope T-Shirt. The design has been carefully chosen to emulate the very first T-shirt we ever produced, with gold ink on a black shirt and a classic R.M. Bancroft design. Originals would now be around 25 years old so they're well overdue for a wash, or better still a brand new updated replacement.

 

 
 
 

Terrascopaedia #3

Terrascopeaedia issue 3 was the third in an ongoing a series of extremely limited edition letterpress editions, containing a selection of LP reviews (nothing digital, obviously), a feature on Plague Lounge and specially comissioned interviews with the Bevis Frond and Green Pajamas, all unique to this publication.

100 copies produced. Each copy entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset and lovingly printed on a hand-cranked, fully restored 1950s vintage Adana Letterpress machine.

Stitched. 4 colours of ink. 20 pages plus cover. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches. Cost: £7.00 a copy, postage included (all regions)

NB: The price - £7.00 - has been set to the equivalent of what a pop single cost in 1974 (69p)

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Terrascopaedia #2

Sold out completely in under a week, Terrascopeaedia issue 2 was the second in a series of extremely limited edition letterpress editions, containing a selection of LP reviews (nothing digital, obviously) and a specially comissioned Bardo Pond interview which is unique to this publication.

80 copies produced. Each copy entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset and lovingly printed on a hand-cranked, restored 1950s vintage Adana Letterpress machine.

Stitched. 4 colours of ink. 18 printed pages. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches.

NB: The price - £7.00 - was set to the equivalent of what a pop single cost in 1974 (69p)

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Terrascopaedia #1 (2012)

The first in a series of extremely limited edition physical incarnations of Terrascope Online, containing a selection of LP reviews from the past few months.

Just 50 copies were made and I'm afraid they sold out almost immediately. Future editions will be slightly more extensive, although there will never be more than 150 copies of each one made.

3 colours of ink. 12 pages of print. Measures approx. 5 inches by 7 inches.

 

TEA-1 Compilation CD. Originally commissioned to commemorate the  first Terrastock TEA party in Oxford, England, in April 2007, there were just a few of these compilation CDRs available for sale by mail-order. Each one came in a hand-made sleeve and featured a stunning collection of sounds from across the Terraverse.

 

CABINET OF NATURAL CURIOSITIES - BEES OVER SEAS

cabinetofnaturalcuriosities.com

KITCHEN CYNICS - WHEN FATHER HANGED THE CHILDREN

www.myspace.com/kitchencynics )

MONSTER BASTARD PROJECT - GHOST

www.myspace.com/monsterbastardproject

ROB SHARPLES - TOUGH LUCK

www.robsharples.com

THE LEFT OUTSIDES - THIRD LIGHT

www.myspace.co/theleftoutsides )

PHOENIX CUBE - MOONDUST FALLING

www.myspace.com/phoenixcube

HOWLIN’ MAGIC - THE DART CLOUD

www.myspace.com/howlinmagic

PLASTIC CRIMEWAVE SOUND - PUNCHED IN THE FACE

www.myspace.com/plasticcrimewavesound

RING - SHADOWS OVER MY LAST GRAVE

 www.myspace.com/ring

ARBOREA - DANCE SING FIGHT

( www.myspace.com/arborea)

SHARRON KRAUS - THE QUEENS GARDEN

( www.myspace.com/sharronkraus)

WHYSP - A PREVIOUS YOU

( www.myspace.com/whysp )

OYVIND HOLM - SKELETON KEY PT 1

( www.myspace.com/oyvindholmes)

THOUGHT FORMS - INDUSTRY

( www.myspace.com/thoughtforms)

ALLISTER THOMPSON - MY NAME IS DEATH

( www.myspace.com/allisterthompson)

RONCATTO BRAATHEN - THE LAST SONG ON YOUR RADIO

( www.myspace.com/roncattobraathen)

 

 

 

TEA-1 CD - SOLD OUT

 

SUCCOUR (1995)

Front Cover'Succour' was the original Terrascope fund-raiser - a double CD featuring exclusive tracks by 35 "terrascopic" bands and artists. Originally self-released in 1995 and given the catalogue number POT-1, it was compiled by Phil McMullen and designed & mastered by Nick Saloman. Flydaddy Records (run by two former Sub Pop employees, brothers  Kevin and Adam) later licensed and reissued it in North America, this time with a different cover that was designed especially for it by former Terrascope artist Davina Ware. In 1996 there was also a now extremely rare Japanese version released as a single CD.

THE LINUS PAULING QUARTET - Dartania (7:03) Previously unreleased. Clinton Heider (lead guitar), Ramon Medina (Fender Jaguar, chanting & mixing), Steve (bass), Larry (drums).
THE GREEN PAJAMAS - Deadly Nightshade (4:43) Previously unreleased. Written & recorded by Jeff Kelly.
PALACE - Black/Rich Tune (3:14) Previously unreleased. 1996 Royal Stable Music (ASCAP).
PORCUPINE TREE - Ptolemine Treescope (6:02) Previously unreleased. Improvised 13/7/95 live in the studio. Written by S. Wilson. Copyright control S. Wilson MCPS 1996.
THE POWDER MONKEYS - The Supernova That Never Quits (5:01) Previously unreleased radio edit. Tim Hemensley (bass/vocals), John Nolan (guitar), Timmy Jack Ray (drums).
THE WELLWATER CONSPIRACY - The Far Side Of Your Moon (3:13) Previously unreleased. Music by John Paul McBain.
PETER BUCK & SCOTT McCAUGHEY - Hate Me More (4:49) From the film Georgia. Recorded Oct. 30th 1994 at John Keane Recording, Athens, GA. Written by Buck/McCaughey. Peter Buck (guitars), Scott McCaughey (guitars/keyboards/vocals), John Keane (pedal steel, bass), Jon Crist (tambourine).
CURRENT 93 - Nihil (4:36) Previously unreleased. David Tibet (nihil), Steven Stapleton (nihil), Geoff CoxDor e (nihil), Michael Cashmore (nihil). Durtro, 1996.
CHARALAMBIDES - Drop (5:56) Previously unreleased. Charalambides: Tom Carter, Christina Carter & Jason Bill.
THE BEVIS FROND - Dry Rain (5:18) Previously unreleased. Written, produced & recorded February 1996 by Nick Saloman.
KABLE - Omar (2:38) Previously unreleased. Written & recorded by Kay Bonya.
SPIRIT - Cages (4:49) Previously unreleased. Written & recorded by Spirit, 1996. Aqua Blue Music A.S.C.A.P.
FLYING SAUCER ATTACK - Bare Trees (3:24) Previously unreleased. Published by Heartbeat/Complete Music.
CLOCKBRAINS - Everything You Want (3:42) Previously unreleased live recording.
THE MARILYN DECADE - Cock Marsh on Bicycles (2:26) Previously unreleased. Michael Beard (guitars), Mickey OConnell (guitars), Richard Conway Jones (accompaniment)
MOTORPSYCHO - The Nerve Tattoo (4:28) Non album version.Written & produced by Motorpsycho.
CAPTAIN SENSIBLE - So Far Out (6:27) Previously unreleased. Captain Sensible (guitar, synthesiser, vocals), Sarah Mlz (vocals, piano), Rachel Bor (vocals).
NURSE WITH WOUND - Angle (5:16) Previously unreleased. Steven Stapleton (percussion, atmosphere), Chris Wallis (bazouki), Pete Bog (didgeridoo, bodhran)
SUNDIAL - Red Sky (4:41) Previously unreleased demo version. Gary Ramon, 1996.
THE OLIVIA TREMOR CONTROL - The Ships (4:30) Previously unreleased. Written, played & produced by The Olivia Tremor Control, 1995.
THE FLYTE REACTION - New Sunrise (4:21) Previously unreleased. Words & music by Mick Crossley.
DUNLAVY - Wesleyan (3:32) Previously unreleased. Words & music by Dunlavy: Scott Grimm (guitar), Elizabeth Swift (bass), Paul Gregory (drums).
ROBYN HITCHCOCK - She Was Sinister But She Was Happy (3:19) Previously unreleased early version. Copyright: August 23rd Music.
BARDO POND - Affa (5:31) Previously unreleased. Recorded Feb. 1996, Philadelphia USA. Michael Gibbons (guitar, vocals), John Gibbons (guitar, vocals), Clint Takeda (bass), Joe Culver (drums), Isobel Sollenberger (flute, vocals).
MOOSEHEART FAITH - You Are Just A Flying Egg (3:54) Previously unreleased. Written by Homer & Robinson. Todd Homer (bass, vocals & synth), Larry Robinson Jr. (guitars & synth), Richie West (drums).
THE HEADS - Spliff Riff (4:41) Previously unreleased. Paul Allen (guitars), H.O.Morgan (bass), Simon Price (vocals, guitar), Wayne Maskell (drums). Published by Rooster Rock.
CUL DE SAC - Into The Cone Of Cold (3:52) Previously unreleased. Written by Jones. Recorded at Practice Space, April 1995. Personnel: Robin Amos (synthesizer), Chris Fujiwara (bass), Glenn Jones (guitar), Jon Proudman (drums).
THE LUCKY BISHOPS - Ashtralia (4:43) Previously unreleased. Lucky Bishops: Luke Adams, Richard Murphy, Thomas Hughes and Alan Strawbridge.
ENDINOS EARTHWORM - Fried, Baked or Scrambled (2:39) Previously unreleased. Music by Jack Endino. Jack Endino (gtrs), Barrett Martin (drums), Pat Pedersen (bass).
ETHEREAL COUNTERBALANCE - Let It Fly (5:13) Previously unreleased. Written & performed by Rod Goodway, with Phil Smith (bass, drums, guitar).
MEDICINE BALL - Building and Building (5:07) Written & performed by Medicine Ball: Bruce Moravec (drums), Don Sanders (guitar), Mark Stone (bass), Evan Williams (guitar).
STRAPPING FIELDHANDS - Tale From Telegewae (2:56) Previously unreleased. Bob Malloy (vocals, guitar), Bob Dickie (bass), Jacy Webster (guitar), Sky Kishlo (drums)
GHOST - Beyond Coimbula (1:57) Previously unreleased live edit recorded 6/6/95 in Northampton, USA. Masaki Batoh (acoustic guitar), Kazuo Oginu (Hammond, alto recorder), Iwao Yamazaki (drums), Junichi Yamamoto (bass, bamboo flute), Fuji (percussion)
COIL - Lost Rivers of London (7:38) Previously unreleased. Written by Balance/Christopherson.
MAGIC HOUR - Sunrise Variations (3:21) Previously unreleased. Magic Hour: Wayne Rogers, Naomi Yang, Kate Biggar, Damon Krukowski. Plastic Cloud Music, BMI.
 

Unfortunately this fine collection is currently SOLD OUT.

 

 

ALMS (1996)

A second Terrascope benefit CD. Single CD release. 10 exclusive tracks. Compiled with assistance from Phil McMullen by Ramon Medina in Houston, Texas.

 

Featuring:

Eyeless in Gaza - Brilliant Blue

Jessamine - The Moon Is Made of Cheese

Brother J.T. - Lazy

Ash Castles On The Ghost Coast - Untitled

Ghost - Way to Coimbula (live, unedited)

Project Grimm - Missing (Always Gone)

Dry Nod - Chronovore

Bari Watts - Plastic Bag

Peglegasus - Cage

Roy Montgomery - Times Three

 

A follow up to Succour. (SOLD OUT)

 

 

AUDIBLE RUMBLES VOLUME 1 (1996)

 

Single CD Compilation compiled by Phil McMullen, released in October 1996.

 

Featuring:

The Hampton Grease Band - Live Improvisation 1970

Baby Lemonade - Never Mind The Hype

Bevis Frond - Hard Life

Man - Many Are Called But Few Get Up (live 1994)

Das Weeth Experience - Help Me Father

Tom Rapp - Wizard of Is (radio broadcast 1967)

Tom Rapp - State U (pre-Pearls Before Swine demo 1967)

Outskirts of Infinity - Killing Floor

Mooseheart Faith Stellar Groove Band - Another Time

Flying Saucer Attack - All About Dreams

Angus Bidoli - Fantastic Trip

Magic Hour - Sunset Variations

White Heaven – Gravity

 

(SOLD OUT)

 

 

 

 TERRASTOCK EP (1997)

Released by Enraptured Records in April, 1997, to coincide with Terrastock 1. 7" EP format. All songs otherwise unreleased.

 

Bevis Frond - However

Damon and Naomi - 14 Auspicious Dreams

Flying Saucer Attack - Last Dream Song

The Silver Apples - Red Brown Waves

 

(SOLD OUT)

 

 

 Terrastock Special Issue

A 40 page magazine of photos, posters, memorabilia, reviews, features and stories. The magazine is accompanied by a CD that includes tracks by Silver Apples, Abunai!, Windy & Carl, The Deviants, Barbara Manning, Medicine Ball, Bevis Frond, Damon & Naomi with Tom Rapp, The Alchemysts, Olivia Tremor Control, Bardo Pond and V. Majestic, all recorded live at Terrastock 1. There were 1000 copies printed (and pressed), and the whole thing was mailed out at the end of 1997.

 

(SOLD OUT)

 

 

PROVIDENCE 27-4-97 CD/10"  "The two powerful recordings on this EP represent a once in a lifetime collaboration documented live in the Rogue Lounge at Terrastock in Providence, Rhode Island during the Spring of 1997. Performers include Dave Pearce from Flying Saucer Attack, Jason DiEmilio and Jason Knight from the Azusa Plane and Carl Hultgren from Windy & Carl with the brothers Gibbons from Bardo Pond joining in on the second track. Their efforts were entirely symbolic of the weekend’s open attitude towards music and life." Little Army/Earworm Records

 

(SOLD OUT)