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  1. ARMEDALITE RIFLES- "Revel In The Beauty Of The Sour Note" LP

    ARMEDALITE RIFLES- "Revel In The Beauty Of The Sour Note" LP

    $10.00

    Upstate, New York art/punk/mod/avant-garde long running DIY band is back with a new album! For fans of Gang of Four & Minutemen. This is an amazing album and we've loved these guys for over a decade now. Pick this up. Mastered by John Meredith (I Farm/Earworms/Suaka). Self-released by band. Free download here: armedaliterifles.bandcamp.com (RIP POPS forever!) Learn More
  2. ARRIVALS, THE- "Volatile Molotov" LP

    ARRIVALS, THE- "Volatile Molotov" LP

    $15.00

    The Arrivals long-awaited new full-length on Recess! Paddy from D4 on bass! Modern intelligence ain’t really much to write home about. The sad thing is that it doesn’t take much to NOT be a total dumbshit in this climate. The Arrivals write some of the greatest songs with some of the best hooks ever. The lyrics to these masterpieces are, gulp, er, actually intelligent. Not just exclusively book intelligent, and not just street smarts neither. They're something vital and relevant for and by 30-something punks that can translate and inspire anyone at any age. And not that “Rectospective granulator cosmopheric ramulator” shit, but stuff we can all understand. You don’t need to be pumped up with watered down political sloganeering for 12 year olds. "Volatile Molotov" includes paranoia, desperation, and even some humor. 3 great ingredients for an album. Learn More
  3. ASTPAI- "Efforts & Means" LP

    ASTPAI- "Efforts & Means" LP

    $12.00

    Progressing from their previous LP, 2010's Heart to Grow, the 11 tracks on Efforts & Means clearly show that Astpai create heartfelt, sincere, and passionate punk rock that prove them to be one of the leaders on the scene today. Melding melodic vocals, catchy guitar hooks, and enough gruffness and breakneck speed when necessary, Astpai have become one of the few bands that can effortlessly move from catchy hooks to all out rage at the drop of a hat. Learn More
  4. ATTENDANT- "Freaking Out" 12"

    ATTENDANT- "Freaking Out" 12"

    $12.00

    Melodic punk rock from west-Philadelphia. Album features members of The Fucking Cops, Radiator Hospital, Swearin', Dead Dog & more. Learn More
  5. AUDACITY- "Power Drowning" LP

    AUDACITY- "Power Drowning" LP

    $15.00

    Todd said- I saw these guys on a boat and thought they were the best band i have seen while skimming on the Pacific ocean! From the first few chords they reminded me of Jerrys Kids. Like very early Jerrys Kids,as well as a slew of other early ’80’s hardcore bands, but within 1 minute into a song everything changed and i thought “Now they sound like The Bananas!”. Yea i put a quote on thoughts. so what?! They even do “Dicks Hate Police”. Split release with Burger Records. Latest pressing with copied covers & stamped labels on Recess. Learn More
  6. AUTONOMY / DOOMTOWN- Split LP

    AUTONOMY / DOOMTOWN- Split LP

    $11.00

    A perfect pairing of groups that infuse positive outreach into a gloomy atmosphere of modern Mid-American punk. AUtONOMY give tribute in the form of a cover version of "Doom Town" (originally by Wipers), while DOOM TOWN pay homage with "Autonomy" (originally by Buzzcocks). LIMITED EDITION OF 500 COPIES ON SPLIT COLOR VINYL!
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  7. AUTONOMY / NO SIR, I WON'T- Split LP

    AUTONOMY / NO SIR, I WON'T- Split LP

    Regular Price: $10.00

    Special Price $5.00

    Lost Split 12" LP recovered from the vaults by Dead Broke & Dirt Cult. Autonomy is originated from Carbondale, IL. and play a Crass-inspired brand of dark and melodic anarcho-crust punk. No Sir, I Won't are from Boston (members of Brain Killer, Awful Man, etc.) and give that Conflict-style assaulting peace punk. Oi. Comes w/ download. 400 on Black, 100 on Red! Learn More
  8. AUTONOMY- "The Art of Work in the Age of Digital Reproduction" LP

    AUTONOMY- "The Art of Work in the Age of Digital Reproduction" LP

    $11.00

    Dark and atomospheric anarcho-punk. This shit sounds like Joy Division and The Mob all at the same time. They're from Carbondale and feature local hero Ray Suburbia. Honestly, though this is pretty far removed from a lot of other Dirt Cult releases, this is one of my favorites! Learn More
  9. AYE NAKO- "The Blackest Eye" LP

    AYE NAKO- "The Blackest Eye" LP

    $14.00

    Aye Nako is a 4-piece collaboration made up of Mars Dixon, Angie Boylan, Jade Payne, and Joe McCann dedicated to untangling histories of abuse, race, trauma, family, love, gender, and a misrepresentation of identity. Also a dissonant and melodic punk band carving out a space to co-exist in the fold between music, art, and politics while trying not to be priced out of New York City. Learn More
  10. BAD ANTICS- "Where Did I Go Wrong" LP

    BAD ANTICS- "Where Did I Go Wrong" LP

    $10.00

    New LP by Bad Antics who are from Fullerton, California and actually sounds like it. Think Adolescents , JFA and DI to the max. Still staying true to their OC sound with riffage that brings to mind the great guitar work of RIKK AGNEW.. Learn More

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