Are there even any mysteries left?

TSA Home of the Green Wave (Natural Law) LP

We are very pleased to be share this recent private press out of Chicago by a shadowy figure who has been working anonymously for damn near two decades. His records trace the outline of a truth never fully revealed. Past releases include Terry Rojvi, Jim Collins Music Performed by the High Mass, Tommy Roundtree Jungle Blood and many equally mysterious LPs, 45s and lathe cuts. Much more detailed info and full album downloads on this fansite/discography. Due to the artist's bizarre distribution methods (packages with no return address, Goodwill dumps, etc), copies of previous titles have changed hands right off the bat for over $100, but we have managed to unearth enough of this new one to let them loose for non-collector prices. Stock is still limited, so don't hesitate. Vinyl record in black jacket with tiny paste-on.  I'm sold out but...

Limited stock available via Forced Exposure or Fusetron mailorder sites.

Here are a few testimonials on past releases by the artist:

I must confess I don't listen to any of this stuff a whole lot - it seeps in too readily, too much potential for osmosis. I tend to avoid repeated listens to any music I know I would subconsciously try to emulate. There may not have ever been a "Wooden Wand & The Vanishing Voice" (for better or worse) if I hadn't found those first two LPs. I loved everything about them (and still do). It inspired a lot of what I was doing early on - the aesthetic, the sound, as well as the avoidance of any sort of 'scene' (that last part didn't work out too well). 

Here's to the artist for maintaining some true anonymity (speculative blog posts notwithstanding) in a world of ubiquitous everything! And his music has always been way better than Jandek's! ;)

Yeah, I pretty much love everything the guy does unreservedly. 

 - JJ Toth (Wooden Wand)

I was recently sent two records from an address in Chicago, in plain brown sleeves with the artists name stamped using a rubber stamp, one by Tommy Roundtree called "Jungle Blood" and the other by Arian Sample which appears to be untitled. There was no letter with the package and no return address. Both records are very haunting and moving, reminding me of Simon Finn's "Pass the Distance" and a couple of other beautiful and obscure albums which usually get lazily classified as loner folk. I haven't been able to find anything out about them at all from the internet or from record collectors. But thank you to whoever sent them. I was touched and intrigued. 

- David Tibet (Current 93)