by Antony Milton/Peter Wright

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Last remaining copies of this super rare 10" Peter King produced lathe - found in a storage box.

    Includes unlimited streaming of A.M./P.W. via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    edition of 5 

      $18 USD or more 


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    Immediate download of 3 track album in either lossless or lost audio formats, plus high resolution artwork files.
    You can choose to buy a copy or rip me off.. oh my, the dilemma.

      $5 USD  or more


  • Full Digital Discography

    Get all 24 Distant Bombs releases available on Bandcamp and save 25%.

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of You Will Get What You Deserve, The Kid Turned Out OK, Ghost Haven, 611 Florida Ave, European Monoliths, Folksongs And Blackness, Dissolving Into Light, Crater Lake, and 16 more. , and , .

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Strangely, despite knowing each other for some 10 years or more, releasing recordings on each other's labels and touring together in 2006, Antony Milton and Peter Wright have never recorded together until now. With Antony's year-long hiatus in South America looming it was decided to remedy this situation with a quickfire recording session at the Christchurch home of a mutual friend, David Khan. The resulting 3 hours of jamming was edited and mixed by PW the next day and the final swampy dirge was then delivered by hand to Peter King at his Mt. Somers workshop to be lovingly cut as a 10" lathe. The results are delightfully dirty with moments of melody and hushed vocals breaking through like the rays of the sun shining on a mountain shrouded in black storm clouds.


released September 1, 2009

Recorded at 342 Armagh St Christchurch March 12 2009.
Mastered at King Records, Mt Somers, July 7 2009.
Antony Milton: Guitar, Voices
Peter Wright: Guitar

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Distant Bombs Lyttelton, New Zealand

Small town, small time recorded artifact dispenser, with a specific focus on droner sludge, eviscerating scree, temporal hum and bipolar clatter. Completely indigenous output from Aotearoa.

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