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$6.00"The four-piece Philadelphia band Big Nothing, released their self-titled album through Asian Man Records in 2017. In continuation, the east coast indie-punks have now released their sophomore album, 'Chris'. 'Chris' is unique in that each song has a different band member leading the vocals, and the record is composed of similar elements to mainstream indie bands like Superchunk and The Replacements." Featuring members of Spraynard (Pat), Casual (Liz), Crybaby (Matt) & Young Livers (Chris). One of our fave records of the year here at DBHQ. (Digi-pack CD on Dead Broke) Limited edition of 150 copies. (LP available from Salinas Records) Cassette tape version coming soon too. Learn More
$3.00With haunting melody and beautiful harmony, this three-piece play 1990's alternative rock with vibes of Meat Puppets or Teenage Fanclub. While Bloomington residents might catch The Coug chowing down at Chipotle, Landlord rings in a true era of midwest small-town romance with flawless songwriting, wide dynamic range, perfect pop-sense, and punk energy. Music lovers with a vast appreciation for all types of rock and roll will find much to rally behind here as the band channels the laid-back groove of Neil Young, the minor/major key shifting of The Zombies, J Mascis-esque guitar shredding, and builds on the blissful pop-punk cornerstone laid by their own The Door-Keys. "Lifers" was recorded to tape in one sleep-deprived session at Chattanooga, TN's Revolution Sound by Mike Pack (Future Virgins). Then, these workhorses handmade the album collage artwork, insert, and limited edition screened posters. CD version. Learn More
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Special Price $8.00Over the past two years Beach Slang have proved themselves as a band who can write memorable songs, share that energy live and create a community of like-minded fans but they've always been missing one important element: An album. Luckily the band's full-length is the culmination of their collective career and picks up where their two critically acclaimed 7-inches left off. CD. Learn More