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  1. CEILING FANS, THE- S/T TAPE

    CEILING FANS, THE- S/T TAPE

    $6.00

    San Francisco, CA. Members of FLESHIES! Lo-fi indie punk! First pressing: 100 tapes pressed on opaque blue shells with black imprint. Let's Pretend Recs. Learn More
  2. CHINCHEES, THE- S/T TAPE

    CHINCHEES, THE- S/T TAPE

    $5.00

    The Chinchees are a power pop trio from Minneapolis and their debut album is addictive—like, stupidly addictive. Eleven lo-fi jams laced with simple but thoroughly catchy hooks in the vein of the Marked Men, Tenement, Future Virgins, and Frozen Teens. This is the band's debut. Tape version! Learn More
  3. CHUD- "Nice Guy" TAPE

    CHUD- "Nice Guy" TAPE

    $5.00

    CHUD- "Nice Guy" TAPE. Let's Pretend Recs. Learn More
  4. CLOWN SOUNDS- "Preacher Maker" TAPE

    CLOWN SOUNDS- "Preacher Maker" TAPE

    $6.00

    The Underground Railroad to Candyland ended one fateful night in San Diego after a vicious food fight (this really happened). Band leader, Todd Congelliere (F.Y.P, Toys That Kill), knew it was time for a change by the time the second taquito hit drummer, Jimmy Felix. What started as an effort to let the past be the past and to play some of Todd C’s solo songs live was rerouted to their own Clown Sound studio in San Pedro, CA. The sessions were revitalizing. Fresh off of being accidentally recruited, guitarist Jacob Galaxy fondly recalls, “I’ve had the time of my life — and I’ve never felt this way before.” Guitar tracking for Isaac Thotz, Todd C. and Jacob was bizarrely committed to 388 tape simultaneously live. The usually dubious rhythm section, Jimmy Felix, Chachi Ferrara and Trevor Rounesville unanimously exclaim, “Call me a relic, call me what you will. Say I’m old-fashioned, say I’m over the hill, today’s music ain’t got the same soul!!” When asked what makes this any different than the music that’s coming out currently. You might be young and agree. You might be old and disagree. In any case, Clown Sounds are not food wasters. Limited to 100 cassettes in hand silkscreened cases on State Champion Recs. Learn More
  5. COLD WASTE / BURNT HAIR- Split TAPE

    COLD WASTE / BURNT HAIR- Split TAPE

    $5.50

    The exhausted synth gloom of Burnt Hair and the punk inspired 80's proto-goth of Cold Waste all on one tape...
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  6. COLD WASTE- "Primitive" TAPE

    COLD WASTE- "Primitive" TAPE

    $5.00

    "A product of shared love for noisy 80's and 90's Pacific NW "punk rock" and British proto-goth. Originally aspired to be a convergence of inspirations by Big Black (perhaps the primary catalyst in the decision to use programmed drums) and Joy Division, resulted in something for a different array of listeners: fans of early The Cure, Wipers, Sonic Youth, Echo & the Bunnymen, Cocteau Twins." Learn More
  7. COLE, SEAN- "Christy Twins" TAPE

    COLE, SEAN- "Christy Twins" TAPE

    Regular Price: $6.00

    Special Price $3.00

    Some of the six songs were recorded on 4-track back in 1997-1999 and other songs were recorded digitally around 2005-2009. SEAN COLE from: TOYS THAT KILL! (Comes w/download) Learn More
  8. COLOUR ME WEDNESDAY- "I Thought It Was Morning" TAPE

    COLOUR ME WEDNESDAY- "I Thought It Was Morning" TAPE

    $6.00

    "I Thought It Was Morning" is the debut full length from London's Colour Me Wednesday. An album that mixes pop and politics forming a sublime navigation of the everyday, Colour Me Wednesday's debut is stunning a summertime indie punk record for an era of overwhelming uncertainty. But maybe best of all - ITIWM rages hard against the Tories. Anarcho-pop at its very finest. For Fans of: Lemuria, The Tuts, Waxahatchee, Fifth Hour Hero, Billy Bragg We have these limited to 100 on purple cassettes. Bittery Melody Recs. Learn More
  9. CONCRETE BEEZ- S/T TAPE

    CONCRETE BEEZ- S/T TAPE

    $6.00

    Chattanooga, TN. region rock from members of Hidden Spots, Jack Palance Band, Future Virgins, ADD/C & more! Fuck yea, shit rules! 1st pressing: 100 pressed on black tapes. Let's Pretend Recs Learn More
  10. CONSTANT INSULT- "History In Shorthand" TAPE

    CONSTANT INSULT- "History In Shorthand" TAPE

    $6.00

    Though Constant Insult was formed in 2014 around the unquestionably good idea of writing songs that sound like the Rolling Stones combined with the Marked Men, “History in Shorthand” doesn’t sound much like that. Simply put, Constant Insult plays driving, dynamic, and well-written punk rock that's held firmly together by charm. Live, they're a controlled high-energy outburst, captured by Matt Castore in studio here on their first proper full-length album. Sara Pette's percolating bass and Mike Wilson's frenetic-yet-tight pounding and rolling drums drive and ground the rhythm section somewhere between Chattanooga and the East Bay. Vocalists and guitarists Katie Thornton and Wil Olsen trade cathartic harmonies on songs about life choices, bad decisions, pain physical and existential, and the transcendence and confusion of human relationships. Many of the songs rest on a pleasant foundation, but the band spins their sound around dark melodies, fast tempos, a bit of noisiness, and the catchy choruses you desperately need. Following their rapid-fire 2015 self-titled EP, “History in Shorthand” continues in the same stylistic vein while expanding the boundaries of the band’s capabilities. You know – a few years worth of evolution, but no funny stuff. And importantly, they do it without ever exceeding the song length of three minutes and ten seconds. Limited to 100 Cassettes on Stupid Bag Recs! Learn More

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