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  1. FLESHIES / SHELLSHAG- Split 7"EP Preorder

    FLESHIES / SHELLSHAG- Split 7"EP Preorder

    $6.50

    Hot damn! The punk split of the year is here! San Francisco, CA. legends the FLESHIES team up with fellow punk vets from Brooklyn, NY (via San Francisco!) SHELLSHAG for a split of epic proportions! FLESHIES return with a previously unreleased B-side, "Black Hole", their best in years, as well as an album track from their most recent album ("Introducing The Fleshies"). SHELLSHAG toss in 2 new previously unreleased songs of chaotic punk madness into the ring, one from each of the duo. We don't even really fuck with 7"s anymore but just had to release this killer slab of wax. Limited to 100 on PINK vinyl (only 70 available online), 250 on Black vinyl. **PREORDER: Shipping in February** Learn More
  2. EARWORMS- "Superalien Coliseum" CD

    EARWORMS- "Superalien Coliseum" CD

    $5.00

    EARWORMS (members of I FARM, GSD, Chilton, Suaka) second & last album of insane tech punk/metal. "About a minute into the first song, I thought, “This reminds me of Low Fat Getting High, who also happen to be from New York.” After some sleuthing, I discovered that Earworms’ bassist, John Meredith, handles engineering, mixing, and mastering for LFGH. Even though Meredith doesn’t exclusively handle recording duties for Earworms, both bands play speaker-destroying, metal-kissed rock with clear, confident productions. Earworms’ riffs are epic and the vocalists, who belt with conviction, never stumble into the chasm of corniness. Unlike their previous full-length which veered more towards techy hardcore, Superalien Coliseum is high-concept metal, tangling me in its tasty guitar noodles. Like The Misfits with horror, Earworms unabashedly embrace their sci-fi theme: “Deployed from mother crown / A perfect single ship contains the spiral architect.” In fact, the cover art reminds me of New Gods-era Jack Kirby. As someone with a vintage collection of Harlan Ellison and Philip K. Dick paperbacks, Earworms has tapped into my frequency."-Razorcake Learn More
  3. CLOSET CHRIST- "You're In My World Now" 7"EP

    CLOSET CHRIST- "You're In My World Now" 7"EP

    $5.50

    Dirty Feral HC from DC informed by chaotic 80s HC greats like Void, Neos, and Sodom’s ADK omnibus tracks (!!!!!!!). An amazing six songs in Five minutes, all played by one chapped millennial (who went on to do the Hologram ep on LVEUM if you’re a members of type of wank). Definitely barking up the same tree as Nosferatu – young men trapped in the 21st century playing crazy hardcore that could as well be from the 80s. Lumpy Recs Learn More
  4. DONKEY BUGS- "Ancient Chinese Secrets" LP

    DONKEY BUGS- "Ancient Chinese Secrets" LP

    $13.00

    Clevos DBs have created a bizarro left field masterpiece. Strange, mystical, mysterious - I just can’t remember the last time I was so debilitated by music. Some songs bring to mind the best late 00s drum machine punk bands such as Spider/Catatonic Youth, others move into industrial territory a la Monte Cazazza (especially “ABCs of Lust”). And a peppering of dub to boot! There are Multiple personalities behind the mic – a regular vocalist, a Russian woman, Kate Bush, a cheese loving northerner. The vocals really shine, some of the most confident lyrics I’ve heard. Definitely an unrestrained feel to the entire album (feedback as an instrument???) a la the Residents – the first time I heard it reminded me of the first time I heard Duck Stab, completely mind bending. Not for everyone but I’m completely smitten. Lumpy Records. Learn More
  5. EARWORMS- "Superalien Coliseum" LP

    EARWORMS- "Superalien Coliseum" LP

    $15.00

    EARWORMS (members of I FARM, GSD, Chilton, Suaka) second & last album of insane tech punk/metal. "About a minute into the first song, I thought, “This reminds me of Low Fat Getting High, who also happen to be from New York.” After some sleuthing, I discovered that Earworms’ bassist, John Meredith, handles engineering, mixing, and mastering for LFGH. Even though Meredith doesn’t exclusively handle recording duties for Earworms, both bands play speaker-destroying, metal-kissed rock with clear, confident productions. Earworms’ riffs are epic and the vocalists, who belt with conviction, never stumble into the chasm of corniness. Unlike their previous full-length which veered more towards techy hardcore, Superalien Coliseum is high-concept metal, tangling me in its tasty guitar noodles. Like The Misfits with horror, Earworms unabashedly embrace their sci-fi theme: “Deployed from mother crown / A perfect single ship contains the spiral architect.” In fact, the cover art reminds me of New Gods-era Jack Kirby. As someone with a vintage collection of Harlan Ellison and Philip K. Dick paperbacks, Earworms has tapped into my frequency."-Razorcake Learn More
  6. COLOR TV- "Paroxeteens" 7"

    COLOR TV- "Paroxeteens" 7"

    $6.50

    Following its inception in the early 1940s, color televisions steadily grew to overtake its black and white predecessor over the course of the next three decades. But, of course, not until a gradual shift in transmission and production techniques resulted in the public demand outweighing the product’s costly entry fee and noticeable scarcity towards the late sixties and early seventies. As of 1972, sales of color televisions finally surpassed that of its monochromatic brethren, officially rendering the former a staple of your average American household and the latter an outright inferior product; but as of 2015, a brand-new color television is now on the path to dominate the market once again, with that of course being Minnesota’s newest auditory romance, Color TV. If you ever felt that your life was dry -- or just horribly devoid -- of rock bands genuinely playing their fucking hearts out by way of utterly tantalizing spectacles of sugared, razor-sharp songwriting and endlessly captivating melodies, then you need not look further than Color TV’s freshest slice of power-pop rock and roll bliss. Being a 7” single truly compacted with enough cloyingly sweet, slick, and unequivocally aplomb swagger to wholly occupy any listener’s hearing receptors with its colorful, angular guitar harmonies and echoed croons from a set of vocalists who really know how to fuckin’ sing -- all demonstrated over the course of five minutes --, it isn’t assumptive of you to consider Color TV to be one of the most enticing acts coming out of Minneapolis right now. Color televisions ain’t got SHIT on Color TV. Learn More
  7. KID CHROME- "I've Had It" 7"

    KID CHROME- "I've Had It" 7"

    $6.50

    Glued jackets with matte finish, risographed inserts done by Oddities Prints, new Neck Chop sticker done by Durango 65 and DL code “I’ve had it!” Truly, these are words to define an entire generation -- a generation plagued by empty promises, emptier pockets, and even emptier skulls. Sometimes, you can’t help but feel overwhelmed by the palpable, burning desire to stomp your feet, gouge your fuckin’ eyes out and scream at the top of your lungs, “I’VE HAD IT!” Thankfully, for the benefit of all humanity, Seattle’s Kid Chrome has sonically centralized these sentiments onto one three-track, seven-inch, zero-fucks-given vinyl record, sparing everyone’s eyes from a socket-full of fingers -- and frankly, this clever fucker deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for that alone. The person responsible for Kid Chrome’s irresistible rock ‘n’ roll luster is none other than Chad Bucklew of Lysol, whose legacy as a solo-rock maestro trails back but a few years. And yet, the progress Chad has made since releasing his first hyper-lo-fi spasm of simplistic, drum machine-backed punk is nothing short of inspiring, as it would be for anyone capable of single-handedly writing snappy, bonafide songs of this caliber. Spurred by punchy mechanical drum-beats sure to get a crowd pogo-ing, Kid Chrome has re-recorded three flaming-hot takes on songs of past and present, toting a sharp, ultra-refined rock ‘n’ roll sound whose copious hooks, squeal-sensitive guitar licks, and rampant rodeo howls hearkens back to the great seminal proto-punk acts of yesteryear, complete with a contagious sense of enthusiasm set to enliven once-deadened senses. These are the type of songs you can expect to hear in “underground punk compilations” a few decades from now -- so don’t you dare fuckin’ sleep on it now. These songs are somethin’ else. Learn More
  8. GEE TEE- "Death Race" 7"

    GEE TEE- "Death Race" 7"

    $6.50

    Alright, it’s time for a pop quiz ya stinkin’ Melvin. You know what’s the square root of nine? Of course you do, you’re a stinkin’ Melvin. Okay, what about the square root of, I dunno, 27? Mm. Don’t even know if you actually got the right answer to that one since, y’know, not the stinkin’ Melvin here, but it doesn’t surprise me you got that one down to the decimal point. It also wouldn’t surprise me if you didn’t know the answer to THIS little question: what’s the square root of fuckin’ cool? GEE TEE, that’s what. Doubt you really know what a GT is to begin with, but trust that Gee Tee is completely faithful to its automotive counterpart -- well, sans all the raw horsepower, superb handling, high gas mileage and other car-specific characteristics, but at the very least, Gee Tee’s sure as hell’s got a similar sense of flamboyant, shameless style that positively oozes charisma. Originally conceived as a solo-project by Gold Coast’s Kel Mason (member of an equally-extraordinary rock band, Draggs), Gee Tee’s “Death Race” EP is the total antithesis of its title. For a “death race”, simple-minded listeners couldn’t feel more enlivened by Kel’s goofy, lighthearted brand of synth-infused, surfy garage rock lined with an ear-pleasing arrangement of mechanical whirls, buoyant keytones, alien-like vocal distortions, and of course, spindly, simplistic chords emanating from a guitar most assuredly decorated in all sorts of sweet flame decals. What derives from this unorthodox assemblage of instruments is something of an otherworldly-orchestra, a perky, lo-fi charade that’s more incapably delightful than it is confusing or overwhelming -- a near-perfect mix of ideas. Gee Tee’s “Death Race” does enough to stray from the band’s two original EPs, being a unique, spacey venture in the vein of the most infectious of garage rock bands, while remaining pleasantly digestible to satisfy even the least adventurous of listeners. Or, in other words, it’s the square root of fuckin’ cool. Learn More
  9. BABY'S BLOOD- S/T 7" EP

    BABY'S BLOOD- S/T 7" EP

    $6.50

    Finland is really trying to cram this whole “most stable country on Earth” notion down the rest of our goddamn throats. Baby’s Blood, through sheer force and ugliness, aims to lower Finland’s standing with a cache of speed-addled wreckers --- 4 hate-centric odes that target the lynchpins of modern existence: fashion, sex, law, punk, life itself. This most pungent of fruits comes courtesy of Drew Owen (SICK THOUGHTS) and some of his Finnish compatriots, collecting only the most depraved musings from their temporary terror program. That’s right: combustible and completely shattered punk, shootin’ from the hip, dead on arrival. OK, Finland --- EPPU NORMAALI, snow, cabbage rolls, HURRIGANES, we get it already! Wash that all bullshit from your mouth with a gulp of Baby’s Blood. Recommended if you hate absolutely everything! - Mitch Cardwell Learn More
  10. STIFF LOVE- "Trouble" 7"

    STIFF LOVE- "Trouble" 7"

    $6.50

    .Nevermind the weird phrasing: Olympia’s Stiff Love is a fuckin’ beautiful instance punk rock incestuation. Like, if there was some kind of omniscient deity responsible for eating grapes, chuckin’ down lightning bolts, and ensuring that certain groups of people got into rooms together and started up bands, they definitely would’ve had to pull some strings to get the stars to align over Washington that fateful day. Sampling members from Lysol, Lowest Priority, Beta Boys, Very Mental and The Vitamens -- the first three of which are Washington-based, and all four phenomenal punk acts of their own distinct, varying flavors --, Stiff Love is the aftershock following years of rambunctious reverberations spawned by their past musical efforts. Liberating themselves from the arbitrary limitations of straight-forward punk, Stiff Love has channeled decades’ worth of vintage garage rock into a shameless, glittery stint of glam-like moxie, complete with a presentation worthy of posters plastered all over a bedroom wall. This four-piece has curated a sound that’s distinctly their own, emanating sheer confidence and gusto through heavy-handed, toe-tap-inducing rhythms, spring-loaded guitar licks reminiscent of surf-esque sensibilities, crunchy, scuzzed-out riffage imbued with a metallic potency, and a kickass lead capable of inciting a fuckin’ riot. “Trouble” could not have been a better follow-up to the group’s original debut cassette of 2017, honing their once-coarse tones to an edge fit for a smiley face-embossed switchblade. Stiff Love is the exact type of band you wish you had back when you were in middle school. Because, well, maybe then you wouldn’t have turned out to be such a mess. Learn More

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