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  1. PG. 99- "Document #8" LP (Purple Screen-printed)

    PG. 99- "Document #8" LP (Purple Screen-printed)

    $30.00

    Hand screened cover by Broken Press in Seattle, WA, limited colored vinyl... the re-press of this reissue is available again and done right! Arguably one of the most important punk rock albums of the last decade, Virginia’s PG.99 shine their brightest here in the finest 27 recorded minutes of their much heralded existence. With a plethora of releases only rivaled by their staggering eight member status, PG.99 managed to amalgamate almost every heavy-music genre into a tornado of punk rock fury. Not punk in a mohawk-mania sense, but with the unbridled raw spirit of youthful rebellion and passion. As one of the only recent bands to exist with a true sense of danger, Document #8 is PG.99’s opus to aggressive and creative music. Originally recorded and mixed in a whirlwind three days, this reissue contains a full remixing by the band and engineer Kurt Ballou (CONVERGE), now including two bonus tracks previously used on a split with CITY OF CATERPILLAR. All coupled with the original artwork enhanced by a fine alternate layout and large 16-page booklet, this reissue finally does justice to the legacy that is PG.99. This version is SOLD OUT from label! Learn More
  2. OFF WITH THEIR HEADS- "Won't Be Missed" LP

    OFF WITH THEIR HEADS- "Won't Be Missed" LP

    $18.00

    A collection of Off With Their Heads songs stripped down to acoustic guitar and vocals. CLEAR vinyl! Download included. "I went up to Minneapolis to record a couple songs to see how they would turn out acoustic. A few longtime friends told me that just my voice and an acoustic would sound good. I always scoffed at the idea because I don’t consider myself talented enough to do that. I also happen to love being out of my comfort zone. I hit up friend and longtime OWTH collaborator Dan Jensen to work with me on recording a few. After we heard the new version of “Old Man”, we both decided that it actually captured something kind of cool. I called up OWTH guitarist Nice John and told him I wanted to make an actual record this way. Not new songs, but just different takes on old ones. We picked a few out and started working on it. It’s one of those things that happened without a real agenda. We played one show for OWTH drummer Ryan Fisher’s debut of his poutine company. We learned that doing this is much harder than doing a full band. So basically, challenge accepted! This record was made entirely by myself, John, Dan and our Minneapolis friend Joe. When we recorded the vocals for this record, it all came flooding back to me. I got in the same mental space as I was when the lyrics were written. It’s definitely quite authentic as far as the emotion of the songs!" - Ryan Learn More
  3. CLOROX GIRLS- S/T LP

    CLOROX GIRLS- S/T LP

    $15.00

    In a perfect world, Dangerhouse Records never would have gone out of business some twenty years ago. Or that Robbie Fields, without the threat of violence or a lawsuit, would actually pay the bands that help keep Posh Boy in business. The Clorox Girls – I’m assuming, named after the song from Red Cross’ first self-titled 12” EP – would have fit perfectly in with either label. They actually owe more than a passing blush to that version of Red Cross, too (whose members were to go on to Black Flag, Bad Religion, and Redd Kross). This LP has captured the overall feeling of a really cool attitude that punk still seems so full of possibility and fun, even though things look like shit and so many people claim that all the intellectual property’s already been gentrified for arenas or strip-mined of any value. The songs on this LP are both wide-eyed and tough. Arty flourishes are kept it check by the fact that the songs rock all the way through, even when they slow down. The haiku-like, borderline paranoid lyrics provide a nice amount of traction to the bounce. Much more realized than their 7”, which I liked a lot, too. Learn More
  4. HENRY & GLENN FOREVER- Book

    HENRY & GLENN FOREVER- Book

    $7.00

    Starring super-notorious musclebound punk/metal dudes Glenn Danzig and Henry Rollins (with a little help from super-notorious soft-rockdudes Hall and Oates) Henry & Glenn Forever is a love story to end all love stories! The premise of this comic is explained in the beginning: “Henry and Glenn are very good 'friends.' They are also 'room mates.' Daryl and John live next door. They are satanists.” What follows is made up of ultra-metal violence, cryfest diary entries, cringing self-doubt, and mega-hilarious emo-meltdowns. Who knew Danzig was such a vulnerable, self-conscious sweetie-pie? Who knew Rollins was such a caring spouse? Who knew Hall and Oates were so infernally evil—yet so considerate? Well, illustrating/writing team Igloo Tornado (featuring super-awesome comix dude Tom Neely) did and they kicked down 66 illustrated pages telling all. Genius on all fronts. Terrifyingly cute. Cutely terrifying. As the real-life Rollins says, quoted on the back cover, “Has Glenn seen this? Trust me, he would not be impressed.” Learn More
  5. BALLADMEN- "Dear Old-Fashioned Rhythm" LP

    BALLADMEN- "Dear Old-Fashioned Rhythm" LP

    $20.00

    Formation about seven years. The music and sound images that keep burning the ups and downs in the allure to the back alley in a radically musical character, poker face and calm overflowing with the "fullness" of BLUES PUNK + DANGEROUS MELLOW RHYTHM have been sharpened With words, it is boldly raised as a sail in the heart in the "conclusion" which interprets from the prewar to the present. “JAPANESE SWINGIN 'NIHILISTIC R & B PUNK GROUP“ BALLADMEN ”” The magnificent 1st full album “Dear Old-Fashioned Rhythm” (LP) ver. Completed at the end of dark adventure is released from DEBAUCH MOOD. This work contains a total of 10 songs. There are many backgrounds in the past, but the existence of bands where dark ensembles continue in a chain in a creative and advanced manner while over-writing everything, is strongly stained. An expression of Boogie's relief and a dense swell that momentarily hurts them, while expressing a passionate sense of separation for the reliable performance of each part. To build them, OLD was shown as OLD, but the style was sharpened at a single point, and the record was densely ingenious drift gt / vo, and overflowing multidimensional, pleasure that can not be compared with genius only It is a reality ensemble by the new ba trio that became the core of a complete band rather than an exaggeration by the best dr, and the present, and the guest player (ex- brigade nice mutsumi (percussion) ), Boro Kichi's Mr. Sunny Boya (Harmonica)) The fine arrangements will be engraved as more pressing with the cooperation of both. The story of the prophesied Howlin 'Wolf, everything that Willie Dixon draws, the Professor Longhair, and everything into the habit of the rule of thumb as well, including the aspect of Paul Weller who has become black with some minimalistic chaos, is also always told (John Coltrane / Charles Mingus / Wes Montgomery etc ..) Including the process of rebuilding Jazzy Rhythm, Jawbreaker as a scar, Fugazi's reminiscent as a charm in various directions, "Blank feeling" is a bone as music It echoes to the medulla. Aside. The first track "Back In My Town" where the throat carrying a scene opens the middle of swing and bop in Smoky and howling. The appeal of the band is full of immediate effects and overflows, and even then the abundant texture is overwhelmingly shown as the amount of information. While the width and habit of PUB ROCK which was hooked up like wind, and the image which human at that time expanded to the busy dream and the outside culture that would have danced over the last few years from the end of Japan, The gorgeous 100% BLUES PUNK MUSIC will be continuous as it mixes the solidity that instantly breaks them. BALLADMEN activity is reminiscent of the early days of the song from the music to imagine the background as an extension, to the present "clear" to fill the sense of fulfillment passing each time you turn the board, the standard number Aside is scolded while taking on the symbolism with the cover of SUMMER TIME. And the Bside first shot, the impulse of the title song "Dear Old-Fashioned Rhythm" and the intensity of all the matches mentioned above still determine the impact of this band, and the ballad of the extreme, Ronnie Self "Home In" It flows to the overtight, biting cover of My Hand. And last is the change sphere, until the alternative interpretation of the scene Old Blues Country music, it continues to spread throughout the recording time as if the charm is shook off. Two-thirds of the members have their roots in Ise City, Mie, as their hometown (currently based in Tokyo), and had already started from the boyhood period. The "talent" created by the group shows its brilliance under the recognition of fulfilling itself and others by the current joining with new members. A great album in which all of their lives were fully demonstrated. The fictional missing links of the pre-war PUNK and POST HARDCORE will be smashed in 2017 as if they were "here" and will become more realistic in the future and memories will continue to be overwritten with shocking LIVE. I will. ※ Jacket design: Tsutomu Date illustrator living in Kyoto. Worked in several styles, such as print-style works like this work and pop illustrations. This time, it was created in the form of telling the contents of the lyrics of Dear Old-Fashioned Rhythm that the band became the title song to Mr. Date. He is fond of big movies, and is also in charge of the flyers of the DJ event "a party to put a bad song" in Kyoto. JAPAN IMPORT! Learn More
  6. NEIGHBORHOOD BRATS- "Claw Marks" LP

    NEIGHBORHOOD BRATS- "Claw Marks" LP

    $15.00

    Neighborhood Brats return with their second full length record, and let’s just start by saying it’s a scorcher. The band plays a brand of punk that, had they existed in 1977, would have been right at home on Dangerhouse Records alongside The Bags and The Avengers. That said, “Claw Marks” might just be the first Neighborhood Brats records that truly captures and urgency and energy of the band’s chaotic live show. The record finds the band at the top of their game in terms of songwriting, musicianship, and lyricism. So much so that lead singer Jenny Angelillo says that there are several songs on the album that could easily be her epitaph. “Claw Marks” is an upbeat but beaten down soundtrack to the dystopian nightmare we find ourselves living in. When the band sings “It’s time to check out/We’re being left out” it sounds like a mantra for our time, while the album closes with Jenny singing “Dance with me/Bones, blood, And teeth/Dance with me/Into the Void” over a reverb drenched guitar line provided by the band’s other core member, George Rager, that sounds like it was lifted out of some post-apocalyptic western. It’s all so fucking perfect. Learn More
  7. DARK/LIGHT- "Kill Some Time" LP

    DARK/LIGHT- "Kill Some Time" LP

    $15.00

    Dark/Light (pronounced DARK SLASH LIGHT) consists of vocalist Candy Schramer, guitarist/vocalist Justin Schramer, drummer Mary Esquivel, and bassist Tarika Hanawalt. The band was formed in Portland Oregon, sometime back in 2013, yet the roots are much deeper. All four members grew up in the PNW, have known each other and played together in punk bands for years. Singer Candy and Justin have been together and playing music together since the late 90’s. They met in Oakland California at a party and it was love at first sight. They each bonded over, and lived for music - and knew early on they would be forever slaves to the beautiful noise they loved. They spent endless nights in the late 90’s at their house partying and dancing to old 60’s 70’s and 80’s punk and hardcore records, new wave oddities, and just plain old mutant rock n roll. Everything from the Sonics, 13th Floor Elevators, The Rats, The Wipers, Devo, Black Sabbath, Big Boys, Zero Boys, Pagans, The Avengers, Wire, Plasmatics, Butthole Surfers, Minutemen, Rezillos, 60's girl groups, 50's rockers, on and on and on. They started a couple punk projects who played a bunch of shows but never ended up putting out any records - the focus was purely just reckless fun and ripping shit up. In 2000, the couple moved to Portland and started the Triggers with Tarika, and the infamous Jonny “Jonnycat” Harbin, then later Sleepwalkers RIP, with “Machine Gun” Mary. The Triggers broke up in 2005, while Sleepwalkers RIP split in 2008. Both bands put out records, played a ton of shows, toured, had a shit load of fun, and remained good friends after breaking up. After a few years and more individual musical projects (Salted City with Mary, Loose Values with Justin to name a couple), Candy and Justin decided to start a new band and quickly got together with old band mates Mary and Tarika. This time around, the group of friends were older (maybe wiser?) and the songs were reflective of the pains, joys, and adventures of the years they had experienced. Weirder, darker, sadder, angrier. Dealing with loss, stress, trauma, insecurity, anxiety, depression, grief and feelings of isolation. Growing older as a misfit in an insane world. Dark themes maybe. Sometimes hopeful, sometimes bleak. That’s how it goes living in Doom town USA. How do you turn all that bad shit back into something good again? How do you carve out a humble existence as a creative person in a country dominated by money, greed, and corruption? Turns out that just continuing to create and perform these songs really helps. Anyway, Dark/Light was born. Many of the songs evolved from dreams- sometimes wholey formed by the subconscious. It always seems the best performances from an artist come when they are laying it all out on the table, stripping their soul bare, and giving everything they have - the good, the bad, the strange… This is what D/L hopes to achieve with each performance - recording or live - to transform all the negative energy into something hopefully just a little more useful, and release it out into the universe where it will hopefully connect with at least one more lost mutant. Dark/Light put out their debut recording, a 4 song EP on Jonnycat records in March 2016, and began recording a full length that Summer. Unfortunately, after it was recorded, bassist and old friend/partner in crime Tarika decided to hang up the axe and quit the band. The band continued on, adding newest member and Portland punk celebrity Collin Sanders (Speds, Observers, Defect Defect, Steel Chains, and about 1,000 other rad ragers). Collin fit seamlessly into the group, and added a whole new dimension with his bass style and energy. They are already working on new material, and are preparing to record songs for a new EP with Collin sometime later this year. Learn More
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. FRITZ, THE- S/T LP

    FRITZ, THE- S/T LP

    $16.00

    Debut LP from the Indiana ragers, featuring members of Liquids, CCTV, Big Zit, Ooze, Pentas, Scabs, Pukeoid. MINE EARS HAVE HEARD THE GLORY OF THE COMING OF THE FRITZ. And let’s face it, with members of Liquids and CCTV on board, you know exactly what you’re getting – and that ‘glory’ is the right word here. Less Devo-lved than some of their other projects, The Fritz nonetheless deliver the goods you’ll wanna hear: lo-fi ragers, garage schlock, hi-speed songs that barely break the minute mark before they collapse under the weight of the spittle that’s gathered in the corners of their frothing mouths. This is the manic energy of dudes that are too smart or too dumb or both, and it’ll make you wanna head to Indiana immediately so you can scream at ‘em to play and play and play until you or they can take no more. The Damned dancing on a circular saw? Booji Boys writing hoax hostage notes to their own parents? The contents of your own rotten soul, drunk and pissed-off and hilarious and brilliant at 45rpm? The Fritz may remind you of all these things. Mostly, they are likely to remind you of why you fell in love with railing against the world in the first place, and they’ll shred your speakers while they do so. Now let’s go spraypaint their name on the town hall before the cops come. Will Fitzpatrick. 200 on Black vinyl. [UK import from Drunken Sailor] Learn More

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