Nothingface’s “The Sick” off their album, “An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity” released on DCide
The RZA of Wu-Tang has had very few producer proteges throughout his career. Detroit’s Bronze Nazareth is one of the few that were chosen. He released his first album, The Unknown, on our Wanderluxe label.
Mooney Suzuki’s “99%” video.
People LOVE this song.
June 12, 1997 - due to noise complaints, shows at the Korova are offline. Sonic Unyon masters Tristan Psionic are coming through Kitchener-Waterloo with the newly signed Mooney Suzuki. The show is moved to a student house on Dale Crescent in Waterloo. The Mooney Suzuki’s career is almost cut short when someone wanders into the pool with a plugged in guitar. Halfway through Tristan Psionic’s set, the noise police show up threatening a $250 fine. TP are given a choice - stop playing and keep the door money, or keep going, risk a second visit and forfeit the door to pay the fine. In true rock and roll style, they keep playing… and go home empty handed. Sorry guys.
Our label Elixia Records released Mooney Suzuki’s third album, “Have Mercy”
Nothingface. One of our first bands (DCide)
Action Bronson’s “Not Enough Words” video released by our label, DCide Records.