Thumpin beats and dizzying electronic samples by Boston’s youthful electronics trio, when they were still any of those things. But TP is still the hardest working-out group in show business, and this albums got sophistication written all over it. Well crafted club bumpers and electricity storms soak right through to your skin and you never want to dry off. Truly original music. Keep this on rotation, hope you got one, ’cause Truman Peyote will without a doubt be in the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame before you blink. First of three Truman albums to be released on Whitehaus Family Record. We love these guys!
Released on CD-R with photocopied artwork by Truman Peyote. CDs were spray painted in psychedelic array. Edition of approx 50.
A double disc containing a rerelease of Foam’s first Whitehaus album ‘ARKMF’ (WFR015), as well as a bonus disc comprised of a ‘best of’ Foam’s home recordings over the past 10 years. Best of bonus disc contains: Uncle Ball Bearings, Sniff Funny in 3 Movements, Honk on the Drum, Music for Sonic Mobile, Guitar Quartet, Beetles of Noise, City Life, Microcassette Tape, and other 4-track tidbits. Wacky music for people who really need it, made by people who really are it.
First edition has photo copy covers of things from Foam’s desk drawer (edition of 30). Second edition has covers hand stamp-collaged by Arkm Foam (edition of 50). Both appear as a double CD-R in gatefold chipboard sleeves.
The first and only solo album to date by the talented Kate Lee (of Gracious Calamity, Life Adventure, Peace,Loving, and many more!). Whatever Whatever is a visual collage of sound waves. It was born in the center of a mound of dough, kneaded into form by knuckles and elbows. Risen by the sun, baked by the sun. The smell is of yeast happily gobbling the sugars around itself. The sound is of gliadin and glutenin dancing their magic dance and assembling themselves orderly into graphs. but don’t take my word for it,
First edition tapes were released in a series of 5 with handmade collage artwork by Kate Lee. Second edition tapes were released in jean fabric cases with screenprinted virus art by Kate Lee. CDRs were released in chipboard sleeve with virus artwork by Kate Lee watercolored by Kate + others
The first Whitehaus Family Showcase happened on March 21, 2008 at the Cambridge YMCA Theater! Sound engineered and recorded by Shane Myrbeck. Performers include: Brian S. Ellis, We’re in Towne, Stephanie Berry, Jacob Mashak, Avi Jacob, Piddly Kids, Kettle Stitches, Uncle Shoe, The Woodrow Wilsons, The Good Party, Peace,Loving, Manners, Casey Rocheteau, Prince Rama of Ayodyha, Lindsay Clark, The Live Adventure, Many Mansions / Baixia, and The Bright Hearts Brigade. Multiple tracks from each artist!
Released as a two-disc CD-R in gatefold chipboard sleeves. Artwork designed and screenprinted by Greta Merrick. Artwork was adapted from the Blastfest concert poster designed and printed by Greta Merrick. Insert designed by Greta Merrick.
Avi Jacob’s idiosyncratic folk/gospel-roots stylings are undeniably charming. This album was recorded in an empty church and you can def’ hear the penance and redemption of souls all around you. Avi came to the Whitehaus via his incredible performances at the hoots and is now and will always be a close Whitehaus family brother! Relocated down to Charleston, SC and still sonically thriving. We sugggest seeking out his incredibly soulful live performances. It’s hard to not laugh and cry along with Avi’s biting lyrics and stories.
Released on CD-R in chipboard sleeve with photocopied artwork by Morgan Shaker. Original pressing had graphic with hungry ants printed on the CD. Later pressings were stamped or hand written. Edition of approx 50.
In-haus sound engineer Shane Myrbeck (Cape Cod) and resident avant-composition wizard Emily Shisko (Long Beach, CA) teamed up to create this country-pop gem. A new-new classic for a great-great deal! Pop, rock, and civil war history stands on it’s head and undergoes aggressive poking and prodding from two extremely talented and innovative composers. This album will
make you laugh, cry, and your head’s gonna fall off and you’re gonna wanna know more about the world than you can understand. Amazing quality recordings and vast sonic textures / orchestrations make this a must listen!
Released on CD-R in chipboard sleeve with photocopied artwork by Matt Ferrel. Giant fold out color poster with lyrics and info! Very Cool! Edition of approx 100.
Blissed out dreamscapes for those of us with a head full of clouds. Many Mansions will take you to that safe place you’ve felt but cannot name. yldneirfytnewtrouf. Sticks on Sticks, chimpmunk munching tape jams, seeking holy ascension through fruit juice, meditative dronescapes as a way of life. Staying Funky. Dance keeps you healthy.
Early Craighead, Craighead. Primitive Peace, Loving. Before the Great Whales moaned. Like watching The Cosby’s with a buffalo chix sandwich and a ginger beer, getting cozy in your parents basement. Don’t b l8
4 practice! C U @ D-Loo’s basemint! Catch the magic momints, feel the flavor-wave vibe, way before raspberry crossing, When Debbie was just Joey. sckronky sax, creamy clarinet. The rock band of your high school dreams. Originally released in 2000 on cassette and hawked on cape cod, when kids were still kids. (a reissue of Arkm Foam, Matt Kenely’s, + Debbie’s high school band’s tape)
Released on CD-R in chipboard sleeve with original Oh, Oh, Mints! Artwork photocopied from original tape.
of many hard-to-find Shaker releases. Soulful folk jams, country rehashings, cassette crunching concrete, and lots of good humor from Whitehaus holy-man. Very Listenable, Eminently Spinnable! Voted the best record to take back to your 2nd apartment. Tunes include but not limited to: Fruit Salad (reprise), Joy Bag, TomWaitsForNoOne, Los Helados, San Diego, Cowboy Toast, and like 10+ other tunes! Worth the ‘Investment’.
Released in CDR in chipboard sleeve with photocopied artwork by Morgan Shaker. Each album also has unique crayon art by the artist.
Expression from the bloody swamps of roots and veins that make up the life and brain of Brian S. Ellis. Homemade 4-track outsider-genius. 21-tracks of aggressive, haunting poetry from the original ‘mouth of the haus’. The first album of Brian’s poetry is a visionary classic. All your favorites like ‘Shopping Carts’, ‘Saturn’s Promises’, ‘Elegy for the Cassette Tape’, ‘Mayor of the 21st Century’, ‘Eleven to Seven’, ‘Self-Portrait’ and more! Hear weird tape/spoken word pieces later performed in Peace, Loving such as ”94 Ford Taurus’ and ‘My Name is Decade’. PLUS! Brian’s poems read by mausers such as Arkm Foam, Greta Merrick, Matt Ferrel and more! It’s a jam packed roller coaster of flying verbs and whispering weeekends.
Released on CD-R with photocopied artwork by Brian S. Ellis. Edition of approx 60.