Eventually, probably, we'll organize these into categories and stuff...
Our Why...Do You Like It? Mixcloud page.
The neat Friends Of Aquarius Records group our old customer Dan Vallor set up on Facebook.
A cached version of the old aQuarius website at the Internet Archive, albeit sans search function and audio samples.
A memorial page for aQuarius that a couple of wonderful former aQ customers made, based on the Internet Archive cache above, that does have search functionality! (Note: if it doesn't load the first time, try again!)
Turns out the all-but-forgotten about aQuarius Records Blog we did from 2008-2011 is still accessible, full of dead links and nostalgia-inducing announcements & observations.
Our pal Ken's upcoming documentary film about aQuarius.
Andee's semi-dormant record label tUMULt.
Stranded, the shop to whom aQ has passed the torch on Valencia Street.
Forced Exposure mailorder, which was one of aQ's big suppliers.
Midheaven, online music retailers associated with another of our biggest suppliers, Revolver USA.
Only Solitaire, one of the most insane/impressive music review blogs around!
Metal Squadron, thee site for current underground true heavy metal goodness.
The Corroseum, thee site for ye olde underground true heavy metal goodness.
Angry Metal Guy, one of the best and most fecund metal review blogs there is.
Classic Thrash, reviews of a heck of a lot of thrash metal albums.
Fecking Bahamas, thee site for everything 'math rock.'
Jussi from Circle's label Ektro, one of our very favorite labels EVER!!! (Circle is one of our favorite bands, ever, too!).
Another one of our favorite record labels in the world, Japan's wonderfully eccentric EM Records!
Utech Records, another fave for (mostly) dark, droney, and beautifully designed goodness.
One of our favorite labels for experimental/ambient obscurities (and amazing packaging), Time Released Sound.
It's been dormant for a couple years, but still Mr. Horribly Charred Infant's Lightning Jukebox is one of our favorite music blogs.
Not super active lately, but the Reggae Album Covers site is still a great place to browse cool cover art and listen to samples of some classic reggae/dub releases.