Black Ribbon, Silver Thread LP is here

November 11, 2014 | Mike & Cara Gangloff

The beautiful-looking and -sounding new vinyl edition of Mike & Cara Gangloff's "Black Ribbon of Death, Silver Thread of LIfe" has landed on these shores -- with deep tones, heavy vinyl, and Jake Blanchard's fantastic artwork presented more properly than it could be at CD scale. A 12-inch tour of little-visited -- even in the Klang catalog -- musical corners, brimming with curiosities and pointing to new sonic worlds.

Pelt in Ghent and London, Nov. 15 & 16

November 10, 2014 | Pelt

Pelt sets out on a trans-Atlantic expedition this week, with shows next weekend in Belgium and the UK with a dream lineup of co-conspirators -- Toad, Josh Abrams, Norberto Lobo, Razen, Aine O'Dwyer, Rick Tomlinson, Richard Youngs, United Bible Studies and the Master Musicians of Jajouka

20 years and counting SALE

August 8, 2014 | Various Artists

Yow -- It's been two decades since Klang Industries leaped for the horizon. To celebrate the sheer unlikeliness of our long orbit we're offering a couple deals on any sound recordings ordered for the next little while -- get more than one cd or lp and take $5 off your order's total price; order our two most shelf-filling-titles-of-the-moment, the Charlambides' remarkable "Rose/Thorn" or the Charlie Parr & Black Twig Pickers fervent "Glory in the Meeting House" -- and take $5 off the price of either. Yes, you can add all the discounts together. Yes, these offers are good for our overseas friends (though we'll still need to work out an adjustment for overseas postage).

You may want to act soon because stock is running out on many of our wares...but there are so new ones on the way that we think you'll enjoy. The cycle continues.

Thanks for your support for all these years.

Eastbound in November

August 5, 2014 | Pelt

Mike & Cara's "Black Ribbon of Death, Silver Thread of Life"

February 26, 2014 | Mike & Cara Gangloff

It's a busy time here as the run of new releases continues! Mike & Cara's brand new kicker performs the neat trick of simultaneously delving inward and launching for the cosmos, resulting in a whirlwind tour of destinations alternately disquieting and warmly familiar -- but oddly refracted in the light of new possibility.