My Bones Are Singing

By: Those Lavender Whales

Released: April 7, 2017

The second album from Those Lavender Whales (produced, recorded, and mixed by Chaz Bundick) grapples with frustration with ever-decreasing time, questioning your place in the universe, and the possible nonexistence of spiritual authority in a capricious world.

College Rock II

By: William Starr Busbee

Released: February 17, 2015


Tryin' To Stay Ahead

By: Mike Collins Jr.

Released: December 30, 2014


Tidings From Our Light Purple Gam

Released: July 15, 2014

This 17-track compilation is a product of true love and friendship. All profits go to help F&S founder/Those Lavender Whales bandleader, Aaron Graves, fight the crap out of the stupid tumor in his brain. Updates and more ways to help can be found at!


Ennui Go

By: Can't Kids

Released: May 6, 2014

"Ennui Go" is Can't Kids' second full length release. Each track exists in and creates its own world (and what worlds they are) from "Oh Momma"'s menacing maternal love to "The Calm"'s plaintive but aggrieved resignation to "The Twist"'s unhinged sociopathic affirmation, and on and on as Ennui Go goes on. But to focus on the songs separately would miss the genius of the album and of the band who are languidly observing and responding to a world that is as achingly gorgeous as it is terrifying and blisteringly fast. It's that world, our world, that the album as a whole inhabits, with Cullum using every knife in the kitchen drawer to hone lyrical figures and to brandish mildly in exuberant paranoia while the band plays on, playing Ennui Go.

Sweet Tea b/w Take My Car

By: Sides of Chaz

Released: December 10, 2013



By: Southern Femisphere

Released: July 2, 2013


Posthumous Release

By: Coma Cinema

Released: June 11, 2013

12" OUT OF PRINT <a href="">CD's</a> still available Posthumous Release is a testament to what you can survive with the help of those that love you. It is not a record about pain or misery, but a record about loving everything and letting everything love you. How strange and how perfect survival can be. Also available on cassette from our friends at Orchid Tapes.

Pandercakes/Pussywizard Split

By: Pussy Wizard

Released: April 9, 2013


Paint By Numbers

By: Pandercakes

Released: April 9, 2013


By: Sein Zum Tode

Released: March 19, 2013

Sein Zum Tode presents their symphony of mind-bending avant-metal mayhem. A challenge to your brain. A challenge to your ears. But more an overwhelming journey into a welcoming world of sounds you never thought possible. Get out your calculators.


Fork & Spoon presents 10 Years of Bluetile

Released: September 29, 2012

7"+DVD+Book to celebrate Bluetile Skateshop's 10th birthday! Package includes... -(x1) 4-way split 7” (featuring Those Lavender Whales, the Choir Quit, Can’t Kids, and Teen Suicide). each one is hand stamped and hand numbered. -(x1) DVD of skate videos with edits from Jason Jones, Ruin Skateshop, Miguel De Leon, Adam Meads, Jaime Owens, Mike Hogan, Chris Rogers, Dorian Warneck, and Sava Kucherin -(x1) book of Bluetile graphics and Bluetile/Columbia, SC skateboarding-related artwork/photos


Brushes Touches Tongues

By: Can't Kids

Released: July 10, 2012

The self-proclaimed “Appalachian Cheerleader Metal” quartet Can't Kids' songs are self-aware: prideful and damning, confrontational and confident. All this stirs up a raucousness inside that you haven't felt since punk rock, only this time there is a frailty from years of dormancy. With “Brushes Touches Tongues,” Can't Kids take their songs out of the house where they live (Shredquarters), practice, and oftentimes perform; and bring them into the studio where all of the intricacies that become lost in a crowded room can be showcased. Adam & Jessica's vocals weave in and out of each other, echoing, arguing, and combining to create an album that loves, hates, and feels alright.


Tomahawk Of Praise

By: Those Lavender Whales

Released: January 17, 2012

Those Lavender Whales first proper full-length showcases the band's whimsical pop tendencies and bare honest lyrics. The album sways back and forth through intimate confessions and rollicking multi-layered arrangements of off-kilter instruments. 12" record features marbled vinyl. CD features sewn packaging.

All I Got Is Time

By: Say Brother

Released: August 2, 2011

Say Brother tears influences from blues, bluegrass, punk, and good southern rock & roll, and compiles them all into an energetic garagy blast of sound. Born from the ashes of Mercy Mercy Me, Say Brother keeps all the energy, but adds some good ole country twang.


Chemical Peel

By: Chemical Peel

Released: May 20, 2011

A girl-boy-girl trio of surfy garage-punk goodness. These youngsters pound through eight energetic songs presented on a purple tinted cassette. Download included.

Blue Suicide

By: Coma Cinema

Released: March 15, 2011

OUT OF PRINT Coma Cinema's third full-length (and first on Fork & Spoon), Blue Suicide, builds a dark environment of lo-fi synths and other pieced together instrumentation, combining bleak lyrics with pop melodies that can't help but leaving you feeling hopeful.


Pilgrims, Friends, & Blood-ties

By: Those Lavender Whales

Released: September 10, 2010

A collection of odds & ends documenting the bedroom pop experiments of Those Lavender Whales compiled onto a vibrant yellow cassette. All songs recorded between May 2004-February 2010. Tracks 3, 10, 13, 16 were released as a self titled EP (2004). Tracks 2, 5, 8, 11, 14 were released as "How Many Things Can You Count On One Hand" (2006). The rest were previously released (until now). "Night of the Living Dead" by Misfits.

Another Place, Another Time b/w Cayce Blues

By: Mercy Mercy Me

Released: April 2, 2010

Mercy Mercy Me defines their sound with these two fast-paced, heavy hitting, bloozy garage-rock gems that fully capture the raw energy that is at their core.


No Way Jose!

By: No Way Jose!

Released: April 1, 2010

A complete collection of the studio recordings of Columbia, SC's instrumental keytar-driven prog-punk quartet, No Way Jose!. Track 1-9 come from the debut full-length titled "Mormie In The Monitor" while tracks 10-14 chronicle the bits and pieces that appeared on various compilations and collections. This 12" vinyl record includes a No Way Jose! coloring and activity book drawn and designed by Sam Spina! Download/Crayons included.