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MADE IN JAPAN - INSTANT HIT/YOU NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD

Two tracks by the buzzsaw-pop band that contributed to the' 80s horror movie 'NEW YEAR'S EVIL'. A Nick Lowe meets Paul Collins Beat-style featuring members of HEAVY METAL KIDS and QUINTESSENCE! Exciting!

 

MAMA - SPEED TRAP

MAMA - SPEED TRAP

Garage fueled dirt rock savagery and breath-taking pop hooks from the backstreets of Chicago!

 

MARY MONDAY & THE BITCHES - I GAVE MY PUNK JACKET TO RICKY

One of the greatest west coast punk singles of the first wave is back in print. Former stripper Mary Monday had a life shrouded in mystery, and conflicting reports in the historic documentation as to the band and Mary's origins are still baffling punkologists to this day, ... read more »

 

MCMAHON, BRIAN - JAGUAR RIDE: MEMOIRS OF AN ELECTRIC EEL

MCMAHON, BRIAN - JAGUAR RIDE: MEMOIRS OF AN ELECTRIC EEL

The very first book covering the synthesis of these cretins of the pre-punk underworld is now available, written by the band's founding guitarist and author of such acerbic classics as 'Accident', 'Cold Meat', 'Splitterty Splat', 'Sewercide', 'Safety Week', 'Jaguar Ride' ... read more »

 

NONES - MIDWESTERN FAMILY VALUES

Originally forged as an exact opposite blueprint of the archetype female-fronted punk group, this band is a fully-backed female force of contention with one deranged and efficiently blurred frontman slashing forth and breaking the stereotype into micro shards of glass. This ... read more »

 

NUN - NUN

One of the most powerful bands Melbourne has ever produced presents its dark-yet-somehow-vibrant vision of electronic pop with this self-titled debut-LP. US edition!

 

OISTER - PRE-DWIGHT TWILLEY BAND 1973-1974 (2LP)

OISTER - PRE-DWIGHT TWILLEY BAND 1973-1974 (2LP)

Pressed on DOUBLE-VINYL, here are the legendary 1973-'74 Teac Tapes from deep inside the vaults of the DWIGHT TWILLEY BAND. These 20 tracks have remained unissued for more than 40 years! Limited to 500 sets including a download.

 

PEEL, DAVID -& DEATH- - KING OF PUNK

PEEL, DAVID -& DEATH- - KING OF PUNK

Previously something of a hippie-era guru, with this 1978 album NYC's Lower East Side dweller David Peel layed waste and disrespect for the punk bands of the moment. The LP offers a grinding, gritty and gutteral trip through the mind of a true radical revolutionary punk ... read more »

 

PEOPLE'S TEMPLE - MORE FOR THE MASSES

PEOPLE'S TEMPLE - MORE FOR THE MASSES

A bold advance in the songwriting structure, with intricate arrangements, incredibly diverse new directions not far off from the pioneering material spurned forth from Arthur Lee's iconic '60s band LOVE. A direct shot of rock n' roll snarl, classic pop, head-expanding fuzz, ... read more »

 

PEOPLE'S TEMPLE - MUSICAL GARDEN

PEOPLE'S TEMPLE - MUSICAL GARDEN

'Musical Garden' is sure to solidify the band's status as one of the Midwest's brightest examples of exciting underground rock'n'roll. It's a collection of songs put together with vastly different styles, due to the sheer abundance of material, yet an impressively cohesive ... read more »

 

POPULATION - WHITE CROSSES

From Chicago's underground, Population combine post-hc with UK '80s goth and Factory Records vibes. Population artfully intertwine tenebrous synth lines with desolate bass runs to form a monolithic, impenetrable coldness that always hits the spot, even in the dead of ... read more »

 

PRIX - HISTORIX: 1975-76

PRIX - HISTORIX: 1975-76

AVAILABLE AGAIN! This incredible mid-'70s powerpop masterpiece might be the most overlooked and unusually obscure offshoot of the BIG STAR family tree. Featuring TOMMY HOEHN, JON TIVEN, CHRIS BELL, ALEX CHILTON, HILLY MICHAELS (SPARKS) and JIM DICKINSON, these Memphis power ... read more »

 

PRIX - HISTORIX: 1975-76

PRIX - HISTORIX: 1975-76

This incredible mid-'70s powerpop masterpiece might be the most overlooked and unusually obscure offshoot of the BIG STAR family tree. Featuring TOMMY HOEHN, JON TIVEN, CHRIS BELL, ALEX CHILTON, HILLY MICHAELS (SPARKS) and JIM DICKINSON, these Memphis power pop studio ... read more »

 

RADAR EYES - POSITIVE FEEDBACK

Soaring psych pop and twangy guitar harmonies, with brilliant, glorious vocal interplay and ardent guitar strangling, guaranteed to get you laid.

 

RADAR EYES - RADAR EYES

This debut album is more of a pinnacle of modern noise pop than just another invigorating album to get warmed up to on a cold morning. Soaring guitars and heavenly vocal interplay, all screaming along with such interstellar melody and power, you'd think they were on the ... read more »

 

RAINBOW GUN SHOW - CINDERELLA SIZZLE

With their unusually cerebral production, a series of interestingly intricate melodic bridges, all liberally doused in handclaps and inebriated confidence beyond their years, this Chicago-based unit has managed to pull ahead of their contemporaries and carve out a spot in ... read more »

 

RAZOR BOYS - RAZOR BOYS

RAZOR BOYS - RAZOR BOYS

Though at the time (mid-late '70s) known as an outrageous glam rock unit, the music created by Atlanta's Razor Boys basically was proto-punk. At last available to an unsupecting audience, this is the band's previously unissued fukll-length monster, recorded back in 1978.

 

REP, MIKE -& THE QUOTAS- - HELLBENDER: 1975-78

REP, MIKE -& THE QUOTAS- - HELLBENDER: 1975-78

Very rare, mostly previously unheard recordings from the Ohio-based mid-'70s lo-fi cult-band.

 

REPAIRS - DECAY

Another crucial Australian single from the blackened depths of minimal synth hysteria. Rooted in an electronic nightmare set to overlapping Throbbing Gristle comparisons, it all starts with that nervous little throb that evolves into a poisonously aromatic nightbloom, ... read more »

 

RUBS - IMPOSSIBLE DREAMS

RUBS - IMPOSSIBLE DREAMS

Awesome home taped power-pop gems from the body and mind of Joey Rubbish. This is The Rubs' second full-length. A download is included.

 

RUBY KARINTO - RUBY KARINTO

RUBY KARINTO - RUBY KARINTO

With a spaced-out and throbbing rhythm section, gurgling Moog squelches and an impeccable Japanese front woman, Canadian four-piece Ruby Karinto delivers a sensory assault from all angles. This is exactly the perfectly refreshing blast of No Wave art-pop you've been waiting ... read more »

 

RUINED FORTUNE - RUINED FORTUNE

Heavy-glitter/garbage punk moves from members of SOUTHERN COMFORT, BED WETTIN' BAD BOYS, CIRCLE PIT, MODEL CITIZEN, and countless more. This is a group with a strong interest in communicating via the medium of rock'n'roll as well as "other" sonic terretories. ... read more »

 

SALMON, KIM -& LEANNE- - TRUE WEST

KIM SALMON and LEANNE COWIE (both of THE SCIENTISTS) release an album that is not a throw back or 'Happy Days' version of the mid '80s. Yes, the music is dark and primitive, but it is most definitely a record made in the now. The material here has echoes of classic ... read more »

 

SCHONWALD - MERCURIAL

Don't let the Germanic name fool you, this is an Italian band. They arguably are Europe's best outfit to revive UK's early '80s Batcave scene. In 2009 they supported their inspirers, revived goth-legends UK Decay, and can also be compared to bands s.a. Danse Society and ... read more »

 

SOFT CANDY - BIXARRE LUV PYRAMIDS/SONG FOR ELLIE MAE

Influenced by a.o. Byrds, Beatles, Zombies and Love, Chicago-based unit Soft Candy plays angelic baroque pop entranced with hypnotic rhythms and delivered with genuine style. Lovely!

 

 


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