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  1. BEACH SLANG- "Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? 7" EP

    BEACH SLANG- "Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? 7" EP

    $5.00

    Indie/Emo/Pop-Punk from Philadelphia, PA. featuring members of Weston, Ex Friends & Crybaby. Recorded on August 30th and 31st, 2013 at The Gradwell House In Haddon Heights, NJ by Dave Downham. Mastered at Armstrong Recording Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma by Stephen Egerton. (Comes w/ download code) 4th pressing: 400 Black vinyl, 100 Clear Red, 100 Clear Green. Learn More
  2. GLOBS, THE- "The Weird and Wonderful World Of" LP

    GLOBS, THE- "The Weird and Wonderful World Of" LP

    $16.00

    The Globs- The Weird and Wonderful World of The Globs LP! According to Oxford, a glob is “a lump of a semiliquid substance.” The word is a fusion of blob and gob, a “lump of slime.” According to Sacramento, a glob is one of one of six Globs, a spirited punk rock & roll band that references the cult pop of The Bananas and the theatric roots rock that is Bruce Springsteen. The Globs sprang from the mind of Mike R. Mike – also the mouth behind The Bananas. Mike wanted a “punk E Street Band,” so he went about drawing from Sacramento’s always incestuous music scene. First, he tapped Charles Albright, man of many bands (RAD, Charles Albright Band, etc.), and Christine Shelley, she also of many bands (Knock Knock, Pizzas, etc.). Christine got her dad, Nick Shelley, to play piano and sax. The Globs grew to include Craig (RAD, Sick Burn) and Jessica (Danger, Inc.). They played around a bunch, tightening up their blobs and gobs, and finally produced an album. Three years in the making, The Weird and Wonderful World of The Globs is twelve tight songs of infectious rock & roll – a punk edge, pop sensibilities, and that swooning feeling that makes you want to singalong. Like the best of today’s rock & roll, the Globs have many reference points – intentional or not – The Raspberries, X, Beach Boys, Rezillos, Polyphonic Spree, and so… Push a movie like the Breakfast Club into the 21st Century and The Globs are your Simple Minds, albeit a bit more knockabout and that’s all for the better. The Weird and Wonderful World of The Globs was recorded in Sacramento, California by Ted Angle and Pat Hills, and mastered by Pat Haight. The album is a co-production of Sacramento Records, Recess records and Dead Broke Rekerds. Limited to 500 copies. (Bundle deal: for an extra few bucks, add the Globs- "Do You Feel Weird?" Tape) Learn More
  3. SHALLOW CUTS- "Empty Beach Town" TAPE

    SHALLOW CUTS- "Empty Beach Town" TAPE

    Regular Price: $5.00

    Special Price $2.00

    "One part Minneapolis and two parts San Diego, members of DAN PADILLA, TILTWHEEL, MADISON BLOODBATH, DEAR LANDLORD, & GATEWAY DISTRICT got together for beers and accidentally started a band." Amazing & anthemic punk hooks bursting at the seams with energy. 100 copies pressed on a high-quality Blue Cassette Tape. (LP Out Now on No Idea Records!) Learn More
  4. DON'T- "89 / Dead End Drive" 7"

    DON'T- "89 / Dead End Drive" 7"

    Regular Price: $4.00

    Special Price $2.00

    Portland, Oregon usually brings the holy grail of garage rock & punk rock bands, so it's no surprise that DON'T are here to kick your ass in with this 3 song 7" 45 rpm. PDX rock & roll with a very classic old-school art punk vibe going on. Also featuring Sam Henry (Wipers & Napalm Beach) on drums. Is that enough yet? (Comes w/ download) 300 on Black vinyl. (*Records come with glow-in-dark 45 adapter while they last!) Learn More

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