Chrome Peeler is a relatively new label based in Butler, New Jersey. So far they produced two volumes an ongoing series of compilations called “You’ve Got Your Orders” , one album by Boston band Thee Electric Bastards and a number of splits and DVDs.
“You’ve Got Your Orders” series are based on titles that label head Jason Ziemniak came up with and each musician featured on compilation comes up on with a track based on a particular title. So far, compilations included tracks by the likes of Hella, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Johnette Napolitano (Concrete Blonde), Bliss Blood (Pain Teens), Vaz, Nikki Sudden (Swell Maps), Stephen Brodsky (Cave In) and many others.
Their more recent release is a live CD by Boston band Thee Electric Bastard (produced by Stephen Brodsky from Cave In). The band’s sound is described as falling “somewhere in among Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd, the Zeppelin end of the White Stripes catalogue (but only if it was scored by an Elephant Six band), and Yoshimi-type Flaming Lips.”
CPR1 – You’ve Got Your Orders Vol.1 (CD compilation)
Featuring Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Mike Watt (Miutemen / Firehose), Johnette Napolitano (Concrete Blonde), Aaron Turner (Isis / House Of Low Culture), Bliss Blood (Pain Teens) and others. Limited to 997 copies.
CPR2 – You’ve Got Your Orders Vol. 2 (CD compilation)
Featuring Stephen Brodsky (Cave In), Jesse Hughes (Eagles Of Death Metal), Nikki Sudden (Swell Maps), John Easdale (Dramarama), Brant Bjork (Kyuss / Fu Manchu), Steve Mackay (Stooges), Sam Coomes (Quasi), Jim Coleman (Cop Shoot Cop) and others. Limited to 998 copies.
CPR3 – Travis Ryan / Death By A Thousand Cuts (Split CD)
Split CD between Cattle Decapitation vocalist Travis Ryan and noise duo Death By A Thousand Cuts. Limited to copies.
CPR5 – Basement Tapes Vol.1 (DVD)
Live performances by Crank Sturgeon, Emil Beaulieau, Throwing Shrapnel and others.
CPR6 – M. Kourie – The Dreams Of… (CD)
Solo project of Nathan Berlinguette (Creation Is Crucifixion, 5/5/2000, Daft Alliance label)
CPR 6.5 – Death By A Thousand Cuts / Abandoner (Split CD-r)
“Confrontional sonic napalm!”. Limited to 100 copies
CPR 7 – Team Robespierre / Brevator (Split 10″ EP)
Split between Brooklyn-based TR and Albany based Brevator. Limited to 500 copies.
CPR8 – Thee Electric Bastrds – Live! At Club Awesome (CD)
Live CD by a Boston band described as “expansive psych-pop” that “falls somewhere in among Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd, the Zeppelin end of the White Stripes catalogue (but only if it was scored by an Elephant Six band), and Yoshimi-type Flaming Lips.”