Sunday, September 11, 2016

12" available

A handful of the brand new Stefan Christensen "American Pastoral Again" 12" EP on ever/never records are now available at

Very few Medication, Oil Wave Surfers, Mountain Movers, and xNoBBQx cassettes remaining.

Some show announcements coming up soon.

Thursday, August 18, 2016


New sounds up at sound cloud for C/S007 and 008, which are debut cassettes from Headroom and Secret Treaties. Headroom is a far out psych project led by Kryssi Battalene of Mountain Movers/Medication/SC+Friends/Colorguard and features Stefan Christensen and members of SC+Friends, Estrogen Highs, Procedure Club, and alexander. Secret Treaties is KB and SC noise/psych guitar duo in vain of "Guitar"-era Gate. Both cassettes will be available upcoming SC+Friends shows and for mailorder starting next week.

Stefan Christensen & Friends hit the road for some dates coming up. They will have limited edition test press copies of Stefan Christensen "American Pastoral Again" 12" EP on ever/never records with them. Shows are as follows and be sure to check C/Site for dates from alexander, Mountain Movers, and more.

August 19 Secret Treaties in Philadelphia KFN w/ Watery Love and Sparrow Steeple

August 20 Columbus The Summit LOKI FEST w/ Jayfish, Circuit Des Yeux, Richard Papiercuts and Unholy Two

August 21 Cleveland Maples Lanes with Health & Beauty, I.G.M, Lugweight and Nature Camp

September 9 Brooklyn Alphaville w/ Craig Bell & His Band, Richard Papiercuts and Consolidated Plastics

September 10 New Haven Cafe Nine w/ Craig Bell & His Band, Consolidated Plastics, and Worn Leather

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Stefan Christensen "Cryptic Slang" CS OUT NOW!

OUT NOW! on the Loki Label... Stefan Christensen "Cryptic Slang" CS. 7 song solo EP.

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Friday, July 1, 2016



xNOBBQx is a nearly impossible band to pin down. For over a decade they have been making a racket down in the Southern Hemisphere. Their earliest output, like their Siltbreeze released long-player, Sunshine Of Your Love, has a frantic element, everything in the red, and nothing but wild, recklessness. Though Nick Dan still bashes the drums, and Matthew Earle still hums, thuds, and buzzes the guitar, more recent releases have seen the band refine the sound into more hypnotic, albeit divisive, tunes. And perhaps divisive is the word for their style of music; for every possible melody the listener thinks they have discovered the clang-and-smack of the next moment erases it as quickly as it appeared. And for every possible point of reference the listener elicits, an abrupt conclusion wipes away the very notion of influence. xNOBBQx are a stunning band, who have captured audiences around the globe with their unique take on rock music. C/Site is very proud to bring a rare stateside release, not to mention the bands first since 2014. Ready yourself for the 46-minute journey of Alpha-Gal, in all its tape warbled goodness.

Watching the Mountain Movers progression over the course of the past decade has truly been a treat. Their earliest beginnings saw the band documenting Dan Greene’s vast catalog of songs, while displaying a rotating cast of New Haven musicians’ unique skills. The band produced three albums and several singles of polished indie rock in this incarnation. However, their fourth album, 2010’s Apple Mountain, saw the band transition to stranger territory; home-recorded and employing an arsenal of miscellaneous instruments, the record bore a folk-psychedelic element not displayed on their previous work. Shortly after Apple Mountain, constant members Greene and Rick Omonte were joined by lead guitarist Kryssi Battalene and drummer Ross Menze to form, what is now, the bands longest running lineup. The band has since produced a series of singles, lathe-cuts, cassettes, and 2015’s Death Magic, an album that melded Greene’s song writing with the bands ability to stretch out and improvise. Now in 2016, Sunday Drive / No Plans gives the first glimpse into the Movers’ session at former drummer John Miller’s home studio. Two instrumental improvisations clocking in at just under 20 minutes that bring to mind names like Neu! and Ash Ra Tempel, as much as they do any number of American psychedelic acts of the 1960’s. A wonderful preview of what promises to be one of the most stunning albums of 2016.


David Alexander Shapiro, AKA alexander, is still young but he’s been an active force for some years now. His early life was spent just outside of New Haven, Connecticut, but his musical life truly blossomed while attending Oberlin College (perhaps not such an uncommon story). While in Ohio projects like Lituya Bay (Shapiro’s solo electric guitar wanderings) and Nagual (Shapiro’s collaboration with Ian McColm) took shape. After years spent touring, releasing cassettes and records, and a year spent studying to be a luthier, Shapiro has found himself back in New Haven. Since arriving back Shapiro has been somewhat restless, moving from house to house, and endlessly collaborating with musicians on anything from bar rock to sludge metal, noise to folk, and anything caught between. And somehow through it all he’s found the time to make solo recordings. As alexander, Shapiro improvises and writes acoustic guitar numbers for fans of Fahey, Connors, and Rose. Balancing equal parts Americana, blues, jazz, and avant-garde, and always maintaining the intimate qualities of home recording, Norton St. features 15 concise pieces from Shapiro’s time spent at that address. Like his previous Mellen St. cassette this recording documents a brief time, at a particular place in this transient artists ever-winding journey.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

New on C/Site

New sounds up on C/Site Recordings soundcloud page from xNOBBQx, Mountain Movers, and alexander. Tapes from all three will be out on July 1. More info coming soon.

Also info is on the way about some Secret Treaties and Stefan Christensen & Friends shows coming in August and September in Philadelphia, Columbus, Cleveland, New Jersey, Brooklyn, and Massachusetts. Will update that info soon.

Thursday, June 9, 2016


Sunday July 3 Cafe Nine 250 State Street New Haven 9PM $7
C/Site Recordings Presents...

(Trouble In Mind Records from Portland, OR)

(NH Punx)

(Long running synth project from Donovan of Arabian Blade)

Tuesday July 26 Cafe Nine 250 State Street New Haven 9PM $7
C/Site Recordings/Safety Meeting Records Presents...

(Detroit Psych Punks stop in NH one last time)

(NH Jams... featuring 3/4 of Mt. Movers at this show)

(NH pop jammers)