The day we’ve all been waiting for has arrived! Polygondwanaland LPs are now shipping! For the next few days, we’ll be working around the clock getting all of your orders into your hands.
When your order ships, you’ll receive an email from our website notifying you that your order has been completed. Tracking numbers will be available to you. We’ll be updating our Facebook and Twitter feeds with our progress as we package and ship your orders.
Also, yes, there’s a good chance we’ll end up with some leftovers of the Crumbling Polycolor and Fourth Colour variants. When we find out exactly how many, we’ll let you know.
This has been a wild ride. Thank you so much for your support. And of course, we have to thank King Gizzard for making all of this even possible in the first place.
Only about 30 Polygondwanaland cassette tapes remain. These are very special yellow cassettes with Dolby type B noise reduction applied, and a full J-card. If you’re into cassettes, we think you’ll find this one quite satisfying to own. And they’re only $4!
What about those test pressings?? We’re not just gonna hoard those are we??
Of course we aren’t. 🙂
We’ll be doing something special with the test pressings for both the regular variants and the picture discs. Stay tuned!
Needlejuice Records Are Musicians Too?!
What? The people who started an indie record label also make music?? I bet you never guessed such a thing.
Now that we’ve come this far in our journey, we’d like to share some of our own art with you. The music is playable directly on the album pages on the Needlejuice website.
Jace McLain’s band is Nashville’s Nuclear Bubble Wrap, a psychedelic rock band from Nashville. Their 2014 album Psycho Delicacy is not only trippy, but also just as goofy as it is anxious. Heavily inspired by bands like Ween and The Flaming Lips, the album is a 70 minute collection of diverse sounding psychedelic rock, with a layer of dark humor.
Austin Ash’s band is Smashy Claw, an experimental rock band from Denver. In 2016 they released their album Insane is Repeating, complete with a music video for every song. Inspired by They Might Be Giants and Ween, this is a frantic concept album about repetition. From the intense gypsy-rock opener “White Coats” to the sprawling 8-minute circus nightmare “Primeval in Cm”, the album is an eclectic adventure through every genre imaginable. This album hits you with songs that are funny, songs that are sad, and songs that are both funny and sad.
Thank you for the support and for sticking with us through this crazy endeavor. We hope you enjoy your records as much we enjoyed making them.