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  1. 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
  2. TULSA- "Sour Digs" LP

    TULSA- "Sour Digs" LP

    $15.00

    "There's a difference between forms and formulas. Tulsa oozes the tradition of East-Bay pop punk: handwriiten lyric sheets, songs about cheap alcohol, love's trapdoors, friends dying too soon, all slid in a great silk screened cover (along with a CD), all conceptually held together with duct tape. You know, the current hallmarks to a tried and true DIY punk release. And you know what? It still rules after you kinda know what you're gonna get. Give me songs about failure and still willing to bite back. Give me Shotwell, the almost breathlessness of This Is My Fist, the warm rug-pop charmof the Bananas, that huddling up in a wierd poncho of the Abi Yoyos. Sour Digs feels like a family affair; a nationwide family of bands, a family you're invited to join, just by listening along to this record. Shit like this makes me smile." —Todd at Razorcake. One of our favorite records here at Dead Broke, a fucking scrappy diy punk classic! Tulsa was the modern Hickey. Get it. Starcleaner Recs. Learn More
  3. CHEAP TIME- "Woodland Drive" 7"

    CHEAP TIME- "Woodland Drive" 7"

    $6.50

    Two brand new studio tracks from Nashville, TN's favorite pop-punk-glam-bubblegum band. Snotty, catchy ditties informed by Sparks, The Quick, Milk ’n’ Cookies, and early Kinks that'll tide you over until this band unleashes their next full-length. Woodland Drive / Penny and Jenny comes in a handsome, Fontana-esque picture sleeve. Edition of 1000. In The Red Recs. Learn More
  4. CHEAP GIRLS / LEMURIA- Split 7" EP

    CHEAP GIRLS / LEMURIA- Split 7" EP

    $6.00

    Cheap Girls & Lemuria split 7" EP on No Idea Recs. On Color vinyl! Learn More
  5. RAGING NATHANS / PIZZATRAMP- Split 7" EP

    RAGING NATHANS / PIZZATRAMP- Split 7" EP

    $5.00

    The Raging Nathans from Dayton, Ohio channels their self-destruction and angst-ridden glory into yet another split 7”, this time with UK party punks Pizzatramp, a three piece, three chord skate punk band from South Wales. Self described “Split 7 Kings of DIY Punk”, The Raging Nathans contributes two songs that they cut from their upcoming LP “Cheap Fame” specifically for this record. Pizzatramp also contributes two new, unreleased songs influenced by Black Flag, pizza and beer. It’s not often that two bands come together on one split that mesh so well. Wonderful one minute, thrash, skate noise-punk paired with ripping solos, catchy riffs and lyrics make for a teeth grinding, heart pounding, 45 RPM trip around the turntable. Rad Girlfriend Recs. Learn More
  6. RAGING NATHANS- "Cheap Fame" LP

    RAGING NATHANS- "Cheap Fame" LP

    $15.00

    The Raging Nathans from Dayton, OH is back with their 2nd LP on Rad Girlfriend Records called “Cheap Fame”. After several EPs and split 7”s, this release marks their first full-length since 2014. While following in the footsteps of their predecessors, the Nathans pay homage to early Lookout, Epitaph and Fat Wreck bands at the same time blazing their own path and forging their own unique sound, always putting the punk before the pop. With these 13 songs, the band provides smart, brutally honest and sometimes-uncomfortable lyrics paired with unmistakably catchy vocal melodies and harmonies. The songs are fast and emotional touching on familiar and relatable topics such as love, loss, death and abuse. The Raging Nathans have managed to create an inspired album that peaks interest, evokes thoughts and emotion and brings a fresh sound to punk rock. For fans of Face to Face, Screeching Weasel, Insomniac-era Green Day and The Queers. “Cheap Fame” was recorded by Matt Yonker (Teen Idols) in Nashville, TN and mastered by Chris Fogal (The Gamits). The art was done by iconic collage-artist Winston Smith (Green Day, Dead Kennedys). Rad Girlfriend Recs. *first few orders get COLOR vinyl! Learn More
  7. RICK RUDE- "Mind Cook" 7"EP

    RICK RUDE- "Mind Cook" 7"EP

    $3.00

    '“Sap”, the wonderful first song from New Hampshire band Rick Rude’s upcoming 7” Mind Cook, recalls the best moments of 90’s power-indie rock while unabashedly remaining its own being. If one was to peruse the “about” section of Rick Rude’s website, one would find self-penned comparisons to Guided By Voices, Cheap Trick, and Built to Spill – colloquially known as something of the golden standard of accessible and broadly meaningful guitar-driven rock from an era ago, and Rude is not wrong in making the comparison. The beginning of “Sap” combines a jangly guitar line with a constantly driving drum line and relentlessly building anthemic vocal tone, only to crash back down to the opening progression and build again. The cyclical nature of “Sap” keeps it well within a pop sphere and functions to build the song’s deep playability – indeed “Sap” performs best on loop accompanied by a beer or four. Morphine like in its effect, it is a song that benefits from having been recorded in our oversaturated time, functioning as an antidote to caring much about anything. Firmly in the camp of loud and fun, Rude delivers a rock song that doesn’t overstep its boundaries, existing something like a good neighbor -- there when you need them, but not intrusive in demeanor.' Learn More
  8. VIVIAN GIRLS- "Memory" LP (180g Maroon)

    VIVIAN GIRLS- "Memory" LP (180g Maroon)

    $20.00

    While a reunion record titled Memory may conjure images of a band waxing nostalgic about the halcyon days of yore, Vivian Girls’ newest record is anything but a pleasant reminiscence. The latent darkness that always haunted their records is on full display upon their return. Vivian Girls are back and they haven’t forgotten what they went through. During their initial run as a band, Vivian Girls were a band of outsiders for outsiders. They existed in warehouses and house parties. The DIY spots, the small clubs. They were a band for the freaks, the malcontents. The ones who loved The Wipers as much as Burt Bacharach as much as The Shangri-Las. The ones who talked about astrology and politics and romance with equal passion. They were the band that made the punks feel like they could sing harmonies and pop fans could get in touch with their anger. Cassie Ramone’s lyrics alternated between love, loss and rage. They were heart-on-their-sleeves romantics in one breath and a spiraling explosion of feedback in the next. They were a band that we needed. No one wrote about all the bands that started in their wake in 2009. But let us remember: Vivian Girls not only gave us their songs; they gave us a chance to believe in ourselves. And they were a band that made the indie gatekeepers uncomfortable. And so they were ones that paid for what made them special. Since their time as a band, the comment threads that demeaned and threatened them with violence have since been deemed irresponsible and removed. Websites dedicated to their bodies under the cheap veil of irony have been shuttered. One would hope that today, major music publications would no doubt reconsider having a male reviewer question their “place in indie rock.” After their third album -- 2011’s Share the Joy -- the members of Vivian Girls parted ways and the band who had known each other since they were teenagers, went about the business of living. Katy Goodman and Ali Koehler both moved to Los Angeles, continued making music (La Sera for Goodman, Best Coast and Upset for Koehler) and started families. Ramone continued to make art in Brooklyn, released two solo records and two full-lengths with Kevin Morby as The Babies, and moved to Los Angeles in 2018 after a phone call with Goodman spurred the idea of playing music together again. With Ramone and Goodman on board, Koehler (the drummer for Vivian Girls’ second full-length Everything Goes Wrong) re-joined the band and the trio began playing together again during the spring of 2018, keeping the practices a secret and enjoying the simple communion of playing together. By fall, the members of Vivian Girls were ready to enter the studio and over the course of two sessions in mid-September and Halloween week, Memory was recorded with producer Rob Barbato (Kevin Morby, The Fall). (Please note that during the September session, there was a waxing moon in Scorpio/Sagittarius, sun in Virgo, while during the October session, there was a full moon in Taurus, sun in Scorpio.) Memory is an album filled with personal reflections on toxic relationships, the false promise of new love, mental health struggles, and finding ways to accept oneself amidst it all. And of course, there is the trademark mystery that set the band apart during its first incarnation. Even when we don’t know what exactly a Vivian Girls song is about, we know it is true. Fittingly, the sonic textures of the album match this sense of desperation and longing. It’s a loud, snarling journey and there’s a sense of streamlined direction and intensity to the performances: it sounds like a band returning to a core idea of itself. In the end, Vivian Girls have returned to making music together, looking to the future while bringing their past along with them, boldly and without apologies. And so let us listen and remember: we can still believe in ourselves. ON 180gram MAROON VINYL! Polyvinyl. Learn More
  9. WHITE REAPER- "The World's Best American Band" LP (180gm)

    WHITE REAPER- "The World's Best American Band" LP (180gm)

    $20.00

    The World’s Best American Band. The bold statement from Louisville’s White Reaper is not only the title of their new album, but also the band’s credo. “Because we are the best,” says guitarist/vocalist Tony Esposito. “Just like Muhammad Ali was the greatest, you gotta say it out loud for people to believe it." And with that mentality the band hit the studio with close friend and producer Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket, Young Widows) and made a good ol' fashioned in-your-face rock ’n’ roll record. “We didn’t make this record or start this band because we wanted to come across in a single, certain way," says Esposito. “We just make records that we'd want to hear. We started doing this because it's fun as hell, just as much now as it was when we were 14." Boasting textured melodies, layered guitars and more seasoned lyrics, The World’s Best American Band finds the quartet busting out of the basement sound established on their previous full length (2015’s White Reaper Does It Again) and setting their sights on the arena. Garnished with glimpses of the golden age of rock and roll, TWBAB is loaded with guitars that scream and gigantic drums in lockstep rhythm, each song packing its own massive, but none the less unique, punch. Lead single “Judy French” struts like a runway model raised on Heavy Metal Parking Lot, while midway point “The Stack” pairs a classic rock shimmy with a flair for glam. The Kentucky boys eagerly await hitting the road in 2017. Armed with a record that celebrates rock in all of its glory, they are poised to satisfy crowds whether they are packed shoulder-to-shoulder in the "standing room only" pit or kicking back in the cheap seats. “Come to the show, have a drink, have fun,” laughs Esposito. “But be nice to everybody, cause you're gonna get real close." Polyvinyl. On 180-gram vinyl! Learn More
  10. QUEERS, THE- "Pleasant Screams" CD

    QUEERS, THE- "Pleasant Screams" CD

    $10.00

    Rad Girlfriend Records re-issue on CD of the eighth studio album, and 6th release on Lookout! Before the band recinded their masters, and arguably one of their best, from The Queers. Includes five tracks from the "Today" EP. Pleasant Screams is a non-stop punk and pop-punk affair, produced by Mass Giorgini at Sonic Iguana, and featuring the usual gang of contributors and guest stars. The lyrics are frank and insightful, and the music is the patented Queers blend of buzz-saw Ramones-fueled guitar punk and Joe King's trademark whine. Pleasant Screams features guest vocals from Gretchen of the Smears on the track "You Just Gotta Blow My Mind." Another song, "I Wanna Be Happy," was written by Joe King and Ben Weasel around an unfinished Joey Ramone demo, and drum and second guitar duties are handled by Matt Drastic (TEEN IDOLS) and Dan Vapid (MOPES, SCREECHING WEASEL) respectively. THE QUEERS are one of the few bands that effectively blend classic rock'n'roll elements - think doo-wop, Phil Spector, THE BEACH BOYS - with punk rock's energy, power and attitude. They deserve your ears, eyes and hearts! Learn More

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