We covered most of the Grave Mistake news in Tuesday's Update, but remember that BIG EYES are currently on tour in Europe so check them out if they are playing a town near you. Reports so far are that the tour has been great, so thanks to anyone who has come out, played with 'em, or booked a show for them.
Before I get to the new webstore titles for the week, check out this new Coke Bust interview!
Ok, on to the fun part ...
GRAVE MISTAKE WEBSTORE:
WHAT'S NEW FOR 10/11/2013:
WHAT'S NEW FOR 10/11/2013:
Ok, as I mentioned this update will be a quick one but some new hits and some old favorites are gonna keep things interesting! First off, two killer rereleases from the good people at TKO, including the POISON IDEA "Kings of Punk" 2xLP reissue and the rerelease of the oh-so-catchy GIUDA "Racey Roller" LP! DC's THE SHIRKS have a new 7" out and it's another scorcher, definitely a no brainer. Grabbed a ton of new releases from DERANGED, including the new PLEASURE LEFTISTS 12", the DIVINE RIGHT LP, SAFEWORDS LP, the debut 7" from FUTURE BINDS, and the newest 7" release from TERRIBLE FEELINGS!
I was able to grab a few copies of the wonderful reissue of ROKY ERICKSON'S "The Evil One", and finally picked up some copies of THE KIDS "No Monarchy" 7" reissue. Going back to the new releases, grabbed a few copies of the awesome new LP from GENERACION SUICIDA (I only have a couple of copies now, but more are on the way!), the debut 7" from the one and only ANGEL DU$T, finally stocked up on some copies of the SUDOR LP, plus some rad new 7"s from DYSCONTROL, SHAVED CHRIST, CLOSET CASE, and more! Oh, and the incredible TEENGENERATE "Get Action" LP is back in print once again so of course I grabbed a few of those along with some of THE OBLIVIANS "Popular Favorites" LP.
Only one new demo tape in this update, but it's a great one from PROTESTER. New band from DC ... all killer no filler! If you don't believe me, check out their bandcamp page.
Some quick restocks - there was a small repressing of the TENEMENT / CULO split 7" and I was lucky enough to grab some of those; the CULO "Life is Vile" singles LP is also available again as well! And the GAS RAG "Human Rights" 7" is also back in stock ... one of my favorites for 2013 without a doubt.
That's all, thanks for reading and as always thanks for the support!
Alex / GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS
New webstore titles for 10/11/13:
Washington DC's COKE BUST deliver nine more raging blasts of full on hardcore in its rawest and most primal form. "Confined," the band's latest release on Grave Mistake since 2011's "Degradation" EP, is their most intense work to date; which says a lot considering the sheer ferocity of the band's previous output. This is no surprise however, considering Coke Bust have spent the past seven years of their existence refusing to rest on their laurels; constantly refining their style and successfully outdoing themselves with each release. For the unacquainted, Coke Bust deliver their own brand of no frills fast hardcore, taking cues from bands like SIEGE, INFEST, and YOUTH OF TODAY. Fully embracing the "less is more" philosophy, the fat has been completely trimmed on "Confined," leaving nothing but prime cut at 45 revolutions per minute. The US pressing on Grave Mistake pressing also comes with a huge 24x36 fold out poster. Ltd. RED VINYL for Mailorder!
RED DONS "NOTES ON THE UNDERGROUND" 7" (GRAVE066)
"Notes on the Underground" is the newest single from the nomadic musical entity that is RED DONS. Formed in Portland in 2005 by Vocalist/Guitarist Douglas Burns (ex-The Observers), bassist Hajji Husayn, and drummer Richard Joachim, RED DONS have managed to stay quite prolific while being spread across the globe and working with a collective of members and contributors. With releases on Deranged, Taken by Surprise, and Dirtnap Records under their belts, "Notes on the Underground," which has been in the works since 2010, finally sees the light of day. Keeping with the signature formula of their previous releases, RED DONS deliver an outstanding record that draws from many musical elements and influences to create a dark, driving, melodic sound that is distinctly their own. There will also be a European Pressing out later 2013 on Taken By Surprise. Ltd. RED VINYL for Mailorder!
POISON IDEA "KINGS OF PUNK" 2xLP (TKO)
POISON IDEA's landmark 1986 full length returns as the third volume in TKO RECORDS' "Kings Of Punk" reissue series. This is the album the series was named for, and here it finally gets the treatment it deserves: restored and remastered to its full power, expanded to include a bonus 12" of live soundboard recordings from 1984-1986, deluxe gatefold packaging loaded with liner notes, never-before-seen photos- the works! This version of Kings Of Punk is THE definitive reissue, nevermind the shitty European bootlegs and unauthorized domestic versions, this monster package crushes all pretenders!!- Includes a color poster reproducing the original Pusmort promo poster- Simply a must for Poison Idea fans worldwide and ANY fan of 80s Hardcore Punk.
GIUDA "RACEY ROLLER" LP (TKO)
Just in time for their 2013 US Tour, TKO RECORDS proud to be reissuing GIUDA's (pronounced JUDAH) 2010 debut LP, "Racey Roller." GIUDA is a five-piece band from Rome, Italy whose mix of anthemic ‘70s glam hooks and the punchy delivery of early UK punk, has stunned listeners all across the globe.“Racey Roller”, famously described by Robin Wills (The Barracudas) as “Cock Sparrer twinned with the Equals”, has quickly become an underground sensation, highly praised by publications as diverse as Mojo, Rolling Stone and Maximum Rock’n’Roll. TKO could not be more pleased to be making this modern underground classic available again for fans in North America!! Working from the same Glammy three-chord blueprint as groups like Slade, T. Rex, Faces, Mud, Status Quo, and the Sweet, GIUDA take you back to a monumental bygone era of '70s Rock’n’Roll- Specifically the pre-Punk, Glitter days when music was all about monstrous riffs, boisterous attitudes, high energy experimentation and fun. GIUDA take that same Glammy, Proto-Punk foundation and fuse it with the grimy, tattered muck of bands like Third World War, Eddie And The Hot Rods and Cock Sparrer to create a timeless arsenal of Glam-injected, Pub Rock classics. The wait is over, GIUDA are on their way back to the USA, and "Racey Roller" is back in print, courtesy of this TKO reissue!!
PLEASURE LEFTISTS "S/T" 12" (DERANGED)
On the follow-up to their 2 song EP on Katorga Works (which features both songs off the EP), Pleasure Leftists have expanded upon the moody post-punk they're known for. With these songs, however, the chorusy bass is much more prominent than on their 12 inch debut EP and brings a darker feel to the sound. On first listen it seems easy to compare that sound to that of bands like Masshysteri or Terrible Feelings, but give it a few more spins and you begin to find a lot more depth and weirdness than the often straight-forward approach of the aforementioned. The most notable standout of PL for me is the rare and fiercely original vocal approach of lead singer Haley. Prior to being recruited, Haley was known for her radio show, and since has begun her own solo project called Kiernan Paradise, which sheds light on a more electronic synthy background. Her often incoherent banshee croons set a mood which envelops and entrances you, and the guitar and bassist are smart enough to back it up subtly and simply with jangly leads and dutiful rhythms. Not at all what one might expect from two former members of 9 Shocks Terror, but good enough to make you forget any comparison or dissection. "Hunger Split" accents the rest of the songs perfectly with its surprising brightness in the midst of the otherwise-broody record. The ensuing "Not Over" conjures some Twee elements with its soft loose guitars and driving bass.
DIVINE RIGHT "S/T" LP (DERANGED)
Someone call Elliot Stabler because I feel violated and dirty. Think of a full body massage with a baseball bat full of nails, my body is oozing with filth and tetanus. When I think about you, I don't wanna, don't wanna touch myself, I wanna do bad things. This is not the one that got away, it's the one that changed my ways. Bring this one to the bank because it's the last time you will live out your fantasy's, Divine right is done. I'm about to bust, my parents are in the next room and I"m afraid they are going to walk in on this "Freakshow". You can "Play this at my Funeral" or while I'm turning blue. -Clay 8/1/13"
TERRIBLE FEELINGS "BACKWOODS" 7" (DERANGED)
Someone described the music as “Loud, dark, therapeutic, and rough around the edges” and Anton once said he played “black angst-ridden power pop.” Both quotes sum up Terrible Feelings pretty well. Place their sound somewhere in the wastelands between Wipers, Redd Kross, Ebba Grön and Murder City Devils. The band has to date released three 7”s and one full length album. They’ve embarked on no less than five full European tours and two US tours (one on each coast). They’ve shared stages with bands such as Jeff the Brotherhood, White Lung, Imperial State Electric, Fucked Up, The Raveonettes, and The Babies; and were handpicked by none other than Refused as support in both Europe and Sweden on their final tour. Musically Terrible Feelings has been described as proto punk, dark power pop and gloomy surf, with a tint of both country and 70s hard rock. All descriptions are correct. It’s rock 'n' roll.
SAFEWORDS "S/T" LP (DERANGED)
Taking nods from SISTERS OF MERCY and RED LORRY, YELLOW LORRY, SAFEWORDS burn the drum machines and chorus pedals on the altar and combine equal parts WIPERS and CHRISTIAN DEATH to bring you (post-mortem) 11 tracks of catchy death(rock)-(post)punk that will have you locked in your bedroom flipping this piece of wax over and over again ‘til the sky’s gone out. ian curtis singing for the Wipers.
FUTURE BINDS "S/T" 7" (DERANGED)
Debut release from this new Raleigh band featuring 3/4 of Sorry State faves Pure Scum. Their sound has matured since the raw, scrappy days of Pure Scum (after all, the members are like 17 now!)... everything is faster, tighter, more complex, and generally more locked-in, but still benefitting from Anthony's powerful, straightforward drumming and Lucas's authoritative vocals. Future Binds rep their Out Cold influence pretty hard, but with such a tight performance and loud, clear recording this reminds me more of Antidote or maybe Government Warning / Wasted Time (though less melodic than the former and not as mosh-y as the latter). Pure Raleigh hardcore. Strongly recommended. from Daniel at sorry state.
SUDOR "GANAS DE VOMITAR" LP (SOLO PARA PUNKS)
After an early 7" and a split with Crimen de Estado, here's the debut long-player from Spain's Sudor. Their split LP was one of the fastest-selling records I've ever had in the distro, so I think it's safe to say this is a much-anticipated release, and it definitely delivers. Much like their countrymen in bands like Otan and Glam, Sudor play raw as f*** hardcore punk with an emphasis on incredible songwriting and an almost unfathomably passionate delivery. This thing is just searing from start to finish... the vocals are completely out of control and the guitars (which have minimal distortion) keep things driving at an absolutely breakneck pace. Spanish punk completists will NEED this one, but anyone into great international hardcore should check out this band. f***ing raging.
ROKY ERICKSON "THE EVIL ONE" 2xLP (LIGHT IN THE ATTIC)
Celebrating a creative purple patch by a singular performer, Light In The Attic is to reissue the three albums issued by ROKY ERICKSON in the 1980s: The Evil One (LITA 097), Don’t Slander Me (LITA 098) and Gremlins Have Pictures (LITA 099). Together, they’re a chance to pick up a missing jigsaw piece in the history of American rock ‘n’ roll in deluxe packages. As the core member of the 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS and an undisputed pioneer of psychedelic rock, the ’60s were thrilling times for Erickson. His band riding high in their native Texas and beyond, the howling single ‘You’re Gonna Miss Me’ was his calling card, but Erickson’s ‘60s ended in the stuff of nightmares. Under sharp scrutiny by the authorities due to the band’s well-expounded fondness for psychedelic drugs, Erickson was found with a single joint on his person. Pleading not guilty by reason of insanity to avoid prison, he was sent to the Rusk State Hospital for the criminally insane, where he was ‘treated’ with electroconvulsive therapy and Thorazine treatment. Erickson pulled through his three and a half years at Rusk, and even put together a band while incarcerated. THE MISSING LINKS contained Roky plus two murderers and a rapist. Released from the institution in 1974, Roky found his legend had grown while he’d been away–not least because ‘You’re Gonna Miss Me’ was included on 1972’s Nuggets compilation. He formed a band, THE ALIENS, and set about honing a hard rock sound that placed the psychedelic garage blues of the Elevators firmly in the last decade. Though it was produced at a time when Roky was struggling to cope with drugs and life on the outside, he hit form on his first post Elevators album-proper, 1981’s The Evil One. Produced over a period of two years by STU COOK from CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL, it’s a masterful collection of songs about zombies, demons, vampires and, yes, even the ‘Creature With The Atom Brain’. These tracks, inspired by schlock sci-fi and horror movies and colored by Roky’s distinctive, high-pitched vocal and squealing guitar, are among the maverick performer’s best. CD includes a 48-page booklet, Vinyl includes a 20-page booklet, download card and a Side D etching by artist TRAVIS MILLARD.
GENERACION SUICIDA "CON LA MUERTA A TU LADO" LP (GOING UNDERGROUND)
"A big part of punk rock's appeal is geographic. Commercial music sounds like AnyMall, but The Gun Club sound like Hollywood, Black Flag sounds like Huntington Beach, and Francis Harold and the Holograms sound like Bisbee, Arizona. East LA seeps from every note of Gernacion Suicida's new album; this music couldn't be from anywhere else. The Plugz and the Gears may have got there first, but play Con La Muerte a Tu Lado loud and you can see Cesar Chavez Blvd, 2013. This is the kind of punk rock that values a certain kind traditional musicality, like the Sex Pistols, The Adverts, The New York Dolls, and the Damned. Not virtuosity here, just the belief that rock and roll still has power, and that a really angry lyric and a Chuck Berry chord change can change the world, or at least your next 3 minutes. Generacion Suicida are proof that the main thing you need to make a great record is FIRE, and they have enough to share." - Geoffrey Weiss
HYSTERIA WARD "FROM BREAKFAST TO MADNESS" LP (GENERAL SPEECH)
Official re-mastered reissue of their excellent tape on The Mob’s All The Madmen Records. Often overlooked due to its rarity, but long deserving of a quality reissue. Stunning female vocals over melancholy, yet catchy goth punk. Not unsurprisingly what one might get after these peace punks listed a magazine ad saying they were looking for band members, who “must be a fan of The Cure, Wire, and The Associates”. For fans of The Mob, Part 1, UK Decay, Blood and Roses, etc. Limited to 500 copies
MANBIKI CHOCOLATE "SUPER DIMENSIONAL HARDCORE" LP (GENERAL SPEECH)
18 tracks of raging hardcore from Utsunomiya City, Japan. Manbiki Chocolate Released their first record, an 8” flexi disc titled “Manbiki Densetsu Part 1” in 1990, and a self-released CD “Soloban” in 1999, both of which have become highly sought after collector’s items. The first era of the band being possibly the last of the band to play stylistically 80’s Japanese HC, while the second era perfects their sound and evolves it in a way that predated sounds heards on albums like GISM’s Sonicrime Therapy, or more recent albums like Slang’s Life Made Me Hardcore. Super Dimensional Hardcore includes the complete flexi and CD tracks as well as tracks from their mysterious Manbiki Densetsu Part 2 Tape, Fuck Off Compilation, and 3 completely unreleased tracks, all from the original masters. Includes 8 page full color booklet including a full band history, photos, and unseen full color versions of the original black and white album art.
TEENGENERATE "GET ACTION" LP (CRYPT)
"Why this is not considered a punk rock classic is beyond me. Is it too rock? Too lo-fi? Too straight ahead? Americans don't like it when they can't understand the lyrics? If you think any of those I would venture to guess that you don't like (early) punk rock and/or you take yourself and your ideas about what is "punk" far too seriously. They remind me of the Saints (and they were obsessed with early Australian punk) and the Dead Boys...if you sped their records up and added plenty of distortion to the whole thing. Full fucking throttle. They included a cover of the Pagans "Six and Change" only on the LP, which I am including separately (sequenced between "Human Tornado" and "Plastic Man"). FYI the LP is still available from Crypt Germany (along with many other great records). If you don't enjoy this, I feel sorry for you." - http://uuhngschpugg.blogspot.
OBLIVIANS "POPULAR FAVORITES" LP (CRYPT)
"Listen all you ladies/And you little girls too/Got a brand new dance/Put your arms in the air/Move your shoulders...let 'em shake/Do the milkshake." So go the lyrics to "Do the Milkshake," one of the 16 oh-so-charming numbers dished out by the Oblivians on their 1996 Crypt release, Popular Favorites. The trio's musical-chairs approach to instrumentation makes it nearly impossible to keep track of who has the mic at any given moment, but despite the juggling act, the record maintains a cohesive sense throughout. Marked by abrasive guitars that call to mind everyone from the Gibson Bros. and Junior Kimbrough to the New Bomb Turks or Lazy Cowgirls, the Oblivians' dirty rock calls to mind images of panicked parents in the 1960s trying to shield their children from the evil powers of rock & roll. Well, everyone knows who won that battle. Mixed among the riotous guitar treble and gruff vocals are songs with universal themes like "Guitar Shop Asshole" and "You Fucked Me Up, You Put Me Down." Though the back cover boasts that "There never was a sound like this before," spinning discs by acts like the Mummies, 68 Comeback, Iggy & the Stooges, or Them Wranch will prove otherwise, but who's complaining? If you dig through the record collection of any self-respecting rock & roller (or the list of bands who influenced acts like the White Stripes or the Strokes), odds are there'll be at least one Oblivians opus (or Oblivians spin-offs, like Jack Oblivian's Compulsive Gamblers or Greg Oblivian's Reigning Sound). In a move typical of the hipsters over at Crypt, the album cover art is half the fun. An overlooked classic, the cover of Popular Favorites is a photo of concertgoers wherein a guy and gal in matching Black Sabbath t-shirts are standing next to a mulleted young man proudly displaying a homemade t-shirt that reads "Kill a Punk for Rock & Roll." - allmusic.com
KIDS, THE "NO MONARCHY" 7" (DANGER)
Needs no introduction. Official reissue of the first single "No Monarchy" made by the greatest belgian punk band, THE KIDS. Originally released in 1978 on Fontana. "No Monarchy", "Rock Over Belgium" and "The City Is Dead" appear as brillant 77 Punk scorchers.
SHIRKS, THE "ACTION MEN" 7" (CRICKET CEMETARY)
Hell Yes!! The newest single from DC's THE SHIRKS and the boys churn out yet another hit. It's pretty impressive how The Shirks have gotten their writing style down to perfection to the point where they can continue to write such catchy songs without falling into the trap of "more of the same, just not as good" ... always keeping the level of writing high as can be, and that is a definite sign of a great band. If you were already a fan, you will love this record, and if you are still uninitiated then this single is just a good of a starting point as the others! So pick this up, then pick up their s/t LP and "Cry Cry Cry" 7" (both on GM) if you haven't yet! "The Shirks aren't biting off more than they can chew here: The 7-inch is a three-songer of the same crunchy, snot-drizzled quality as its recent self-titled LP, with minimal "guitar work" (The Shirks probably don't use that term) and an anthem with a philosophy we should all get behind: "Gimmie Less."" - washingtoncitypaper.com
ANGEL DU$T "XTRA RAW" 7" (REACT)
The brainchild of some of the wildest characters in the greater Baltimore, MD hardcore scene (members of Trapped Under Ice, and the craziest meanest band B-more has ever seen - Mindset), Angel Dust may not be quite what you'd expect from the members' previous releases. Get ready for what might be one of the most unique bands of 2013. With traces of Bad Brains groove and skate punk riffs, you'll hear the unique talent and style of the individuals involved. This is one of those records that you might tell yourself you will probably never ever like, then find yourself listening to on repeat all day long, in between viewings of the "Slam" and "Rage" videos. Oh, you haven't seen those yet? Youtube.com. Get this 7".
DYSCONTROL "LIES" 7" (SEWERCIDE)
2 new songs from Dyscontrol that take on a darker feel than those on the Mo'ai Melodies cassette. Often compared to bands such as Mission Of Burma, Husker Du, The Wipers etc. these tracks showcase more of a band living under the often gloomy skies of Nova Scotia. One time press of 300 copies. Featuring members of Bloodhouse, Horses and Career Suicide.
CLOSET CASE "IT DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER" 7" (GOING UNDERGROUND)
HARDCORE for the Perverted Youth . 5 Song ep from these Arizona Mutants. "Just when you though Arizona couldn't get anymore stupid, along comes the debut 7" by Closet Case. I don't mean stupid as in, "this band is stupid", i mean stupid as in, "this record is great from start to finish". The songs aren't break neck fast, which is a plus in my book. This is the perfect record to fight a jock too. Closet Case execute 5 songs of hate filled music in just about 7 minutes. just enough time to slam a fist through your wall while listening to this. Im not going to waste your time with any comparisons for this band because this stands up as a record on its own and doesn't need any comparisons. Drag your knuckles into the pit and punch a poser." -Gene Dreger
SHAVED CHRIST "BAD MIND" 7" (BAKERY OUTLET)
Shaved Christ follow up their self-released tape with six new tracks of explosive, spastic hardcore. From the same session as their contribution to Scavenger of Death's LAND OF NOD: Atlanta Punk & Hardcore Omnibus LP, Bad Mind combines the energy of This is Boston Not L.A and weirdness of Fuckheads era Gauze. Recorded by Ryan Bell of Bukkake Boys/GG King featuring the powerhouse rhythm section of American Cheeseburger- Shaved Christ has a distinctly small town, "what the fuck is this?", slightly-off sound. Aging punks living in Athens, Georgia, still listening to Void, Pick Your King, Discharge, and early NYHC trying to make any sense of this bizarre reality. 6 song ep by Athens punk/thrash band including members of American Cheeseburger, Witches, NO!, Divorce, Goat Shanty, and Tres Kids. Early 80's hardcore in 2013. Bakery Outlet has harnessed these sounds onto random color recycled vinyl format for your enjoyment so brown it!
DECAY, THE "TONIGHT, BACK FROM THE DEATH" 7" (GENERAL SPEECH)
80's Swiss raw punks!!! Original unreleased version of their legendary 7" from 1985. Originally released in an edition of only 306 copies, and one of the hardest swiss records to find. This version is the original version recorded by the band, and is more raw and loud than the version remixed by the studio and pressed in the 80's. limited pressing, with obi, and extra insert.
NATO COLES & THE BLUE DIAMOND BAND "PROMISES TO DELIVER" LP (DEAD BROKE)
Nato Coles (Modern Machines, Used Kids, Radio Faces) has finally delivered the definitive rock & roll full-length of his Minneapolis'-based, The Blue Diamond Band. With heart-on-his-sleeves influences ranging from: Bruce Springsteen & The Replacements, Nato has mastered writing a fucking great rock & roll song. Elements of country-twang and punk rock are soaked within the bones of these instantly memorable rock songs.
DEAD DOG "PRECIOUS CHILD" LP (DEAD BROKE)
The third and brand new full-length LP from Athens, GA. based DEAD DOG! Dirty, infectious pop-hooks from a 'cupla punk vets, that'll make ya shake yer head and bop around! Raw pop-punk with a melodic low-fi indie flavor. This is some of Dead Dog's finest material to date and their newest since 2010's, "Dont Touch Me" on Let's Pretend Records.
MURMURS "FLY WITH THE UNKINDNESS" LP (DEAD BROKE)
MURMURS are a gritty & melodic pop-punk band from the Northwest of America. Seattle, Washington to be specific. When I first listened to this amazing batch of songs, the first thing that popped in my head was, Green Day's "1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours". Right down to the guitar tone. And of course I instantly fell in love. Although way more melodic & harsh than said Green Day album, these tunes draw comparisons from the best of the best in the world of pop-punk/punk rock. Pulling influence from the East Bay of California, right back up to the Northwest, the land of crust. Members of this band have played in a slew of great bands such as: SNUGGLE, No High-Fives To Bullshit, Ratbite, Pipsqueak, Transient, Black Hole Of Calcutta, Makai and more. Recorded by Brandon Fitzsimons @ Airport Grocery in Seattle. Mastered by Dave Edwardson (NEUROSIS). Art by the illustrious Keith Henderson (who has handled art for Shorebirds, Snuggle & more.) Originally released on Cassette by Stay Punk Tapes & Aborted Society Records, this crucial album is now available on vinyl for all the punx to enjoy. Get this shit and jam it 'til you fucking can't anymore. (Comes w/ download)
PROTESTER - DEMO TAPE (BLEEDING EDGES)
Protester is the straight edge brain child of Connor from Abuse/ Last Words/ Double Negative. Much like bands like Boston Strangler and Violent Reaction, this is a solo project that is now an active band (with members of Coke Bust and Thick Skin). Musically it takes cues from the early 80's Boston crew, as well as the early REV roster.
DEAD BROKE TAPE COMP. VOL. 5 - TAPE (DEAD BROKE)
AWFUL MAN, FROZEN TEENS, MODERN PETS, TOMMY STINSON (Replacements), RVIVR, PS. ELIOT, BIG EYES, STEVE ADAMYK BAND, MARKED MEN, PAUL COLLINS (The Nerves), M.O.T.O., LENGUAS LARGAS, CROW BAIT, NONA, YOUR PEST BAND, CRUSADES, SUMMER VACATION, THE CRIMINALS, WAXAHATCHEE + More!!! (Including 11 unreleased songs!) (Comes w/ downoad code)
CULO - LIFE IS VILE AND SO ARE WE LP
CULO - MY LIFE SUCKS (BLACK) LP
NERVES, THE - ONE WAY TICKET LP
PAGANS - SHIT STREET LP
SPITS, THE - FIRST LP
VICIOUS CIRCLE - S/T LP
CULO / TENEMENT - SPLIT 7"
DRY HUMP - 2ND 7"
GAS RAG - HUMAN RIGHTS 7"
LADIES - TRASHED 7"
BRAIN SLUG - 2013 TAPE
LOW CULTURE - DEMO TAPE
LOW CULTURE - SCREENS TAPE