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  1. WHIFFS, THE- S/T LP

    WHIFFS, THE- S/T LP

    $16.00

    Some mornings nothing seems to go right. Get out of bed, trip over and break your nose. Get in the shower, the ceiling falls in. Make some toast, accidentally set the house ablaze and watch as all your possessions melt and crumble to rubble, dust and ash. And all before 9am. The bus that takes you to the job you hate will probably probably late too. But powerpop was invented for days like this - when all you want is simple (don’t call it ‘dumb’), effortless (don’t call it obvious) joy made by loud guitars and raw-throated voices singing songs of love and heartbreak, shot through with sunshine and melody that’ll make you wanna throw a match in a firework factory and dance as everything explodes around you. Sound good? The Whiffs have got your back. Eight songs from Kansas City that recall Teenage Fanclub, The Rubinoos, The Undertones, The Shoes and The Pointed Sticks throwing their keys in a bowl and emerging with each other’s best songs. From the sodastream punk of Baby Tonight via the nagging rock’n’roll of She Lies to the gauchely lovelorn thrillride of Backseat, these songs tug at the heartstrings while pumping your endorphins via the most scintillatingly scrappy pop this side of The #1s. Guaranteed to make your day better, to the power of infinity. Music to fall in love to – immediately after downing a bottle of cheap whisky, pogoing the length of the bar and being sick all down your shirt. Take a whiff indeed." Originally released on cassette by High Dive Records. Remastered for vinyl by North London Bomb Factory Mastering. 200 on Black vinyl. [UK import from Drunken Sailor] Learn More
  2. FIRST BASE- "Not That Bad" LP

    FIRST BASE- "Not That Bad" LP

    $16.00

    "I’ve been throwing jelly and ice cream at the walls throughout the duration of this record. I’m wearing sunglasses indoors and dreaming of a world where The Barracudas became not just a tongue-in-cheek footnote in the great powerpop textbook, but the most universally adored band in the world. Where The Archies started wearing skinny ties and pouring cheap lager into their amps just to see what happens. Where Teenage Fanclub start and end every day rubbing a little dab of speed on their gums. Where Ohio Express are made to play Yummy Yummy Yummy in the middle of a drag race. Look, it’s just really good fun, ok? First Base are from Toronto and this second album sees them picking up where their 2013 debut LP left off: pop as hell and punk as fuck. Not That Bad is the sound of a band stretching out and bettering itself without losing sight of what was so fucking great about ‘em in the first place. A worthy sequel, a damn fine introduction, whatever. It just rules. Now excuse me, I have walls to clean before flipping the vinyl again and dropping the needle back at the start… Aww, who am I kidding? The walls can wait." 200 on Black vinyl. [UK import from Drunken Sailor] Learn More
  3. CHEAP WHINE- S/T LP

    CHEAP WHINE- S/T LP

    $16.00

    Cheap Whine sound like classic 70s punk always sounds in your head, but somehow never quite lives up to. Nagging powerpop melodies, frantic energy in abundance and enough snot to fill a swimming pool – mind you, that shouldn’t come as a surprise once you learn who’s involved. Steve Adamyk has been crafting nuggets of two-minute genius with his own band and Sedatives for the last decade, while Eric French makes sweet, sweet trash pop with Feral Trash. Add the powerhouse drumming of Crusades’ Jordy Bell and you’ve got a recipe for mind-blowing, heart-racing magic, which they serve up in deliciously moreish chunks. Marked Men/Chinese Telephones/Ringers fans, listen up. They sing like they just got turfed out of a bar for throwing peanuts at playboys, and they play like they’re skating through plate glass windows. The ideal amount of fucks are given. What’s more, in closing tracks Best Times and Letter to J, they might just have written the perfect one-two suckerpunch combo of powerpop classics. I’ll take two. Will Fitzpatrick. 400 on Black vinyl. [UK import from Drunken Sailor] Learn More
  4. MARTHA- "Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart" LP

    MARTHA- "Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart" LP

    $13.00

    Over eleven expertly crafted pop songs, produced once again by MJ from Hookworms, Martha returns with their second album, Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart, explores the difficulties in staying political, passionate and punk. Hailing from the small town of Pity Me, UK, Martha plays energetic, impassioned power pop with intricate vocals and lush four-part harmonies, informed by ’90s indie rock and contemporary garage punk. The band is J. Cairns (guitar), Daniel Ellis (guitar; Onsind), Naomi Griffin (bass; No Ditching), and Nathan Stephens Griffin (drums; Onsind). Their debut album Courting Strong came out in 2014 and was included in NPR’s top 50 albums of that year, winning them the epithet, “One of Britain’s best rock bands.” If the band’s first album was about punks growing up, then Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart is about grown-ups staying punk, trying to stay creative and passionate, and making the most of everything in spite of the many obstacles that get in the way. It finds strength and solace in friendships, love, and motivation from the people in your life who really inspire you. Influenced by bands like The Replacements, Heart, Billy Bragg, Thin Lizzy, Cheap Trick, The Go-Go’s and Radiator Hospital, the album bursts into life with “Christine,” inspired by the 1980’s British TV drama Threads about nuclear war. It’s followed by the rousing “Chekhov’s Hangnail,” with backing vocals from Ellis Jones of Trust Fund. Catchy “Precarious (The Supermarket Song)” finds romance in the washing powder aisle, while “Goldman’s Detective Agency” re-imagines 19th century anarchist Emma Goldman as a private eye vanquishing corrupt cops and politicians. Every song here is a potential single, from the infectious outsider anthem “The Awkward Ones” to the Billy Bragg / Coronation Street-referencing “Curly and Raquel.” The album concludes with “St Paul’s (Westerberg Comprehensive),” about being caught up in the toxic culture of a Catholic comprehensive school. “It’s for the kids who had the guts to be queer at school and for those who didn’t figure themselves out until they got out of school.” Passion and love drip out of every second of Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart. Comes with digital download. Learn More
  5. V.A.- "Atlanta Inside Out" Comp LP- GREEN (Wymnyns Prysyn, Cheap Art, Ryan Dinosaur+)

    V.A.- "Atlanta Inside Out" Comp LP- GREEN (Wymnyns Prysyn, Cheap Art, Ryan Dinosaur+)

    Regular Price: $12.00

    Special Price $9.00

    Awesome comp featuring 14 tracks from lots of cool Atlanta groups including Ryan Dinosaur, Wymyns Prysyn, Cheap Art, and Horus. LTD to 200. No Breaks Records. GREEN VINYL! Screenprinted covers.
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  6. TWEAK BIRD- "Any Ol' Way" LP

    TWEAK BIRD- "Any Ol' Way" LP

    $12.00

    Tweak Bird always had a fascination with bubbling psychedelia and strange textures, sure, but at the end of the day they anchored it all down with incredibly hefty, fuzzed-out riffs. Psychedelia and the blues, both prominent in the band’s early work, definitely take a much greater share of the spotlight on their newest album. Learn More
  7. TUNES, THE- "Love Uncool" LP

    TUNES, THE- "Love Uncool" LP

    $10.00

    Hailing from Topeka, Kansas, THE TUNES were a band that embraced the pop side of the power pop genre. They gigged throughout the Midwest between 1979 and 1983, self releasing a 7" EP in 1982 with the goal of scoring a record deal. Sadly, the industry failed to notice the band’s strong songwriting ability and exceptionally catchy pop tunes. Learn More
  8. TIMEBOMBS, THE- "I Belong In Hell" LP

    TIMEBOMBS, THE- "I Belong In Hell" LP

    $9.00

    Brand new release from SoCal's Timebombs and their 1st full length. its a very solid release that stands out in underground HC and a great LP. Learn More
  9. SWEARIN'- "Surfing Strange" LP

    SWEARIN'- "Surfing Strange" LP

    $15.00

    "With Surfing Strange, the band slows down and stretches out, piling on further layers of grimy distortion and even the occasional guitar solo. Unfortunately, Swearin’s touchstones seem to be catching up with them, and the result is a strong album that nevertheless feels overtly, distractingly derivative in spots." Learn More
  10. SWEARIN'- "Surfing Strange" CD

    SWEARIN'- "Surfing Strange" CD

    $8.00

    "With Surfing Strange, the band slows down and stretches out, piling on further layers of grimy distortion and even the occasional guitar solo. Unfortunately, Swearin’s touchstones seem to be catching up with them, and the result is a strong album that nevertheless feels overtly, distractingly derivative in spots." Learn More

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