• Two choice cuts from the sole live performance of Jello Biafra and the New Orleans Raunch and Soul All-stars! The tracks on the Fannie Mae / Just A Little Bit 7” are from the same sweaty-happy show as live album Walk On Jindal’s Splinters, but are only available here. They capture the ex-Dead Kennedy-er on joyous form with a large band of New Orleans pro’s. (Alternative Tentacles Records)
  • This is the band's first new music since 1989 and was recorded during a brief run of European shows in autumn of 2019 at Jamor Studio in Prague with ONDREJ JEZEK. Formed in 1986, SOULSIDE was one of the strongest voices in the DC punk's third generation, alongside groups like Swiz and Shudder to Think. The band released a self-titled full-length on Sammich Records as well as a number of records on Dischord—the Trigger EP, the Bass/103 7", and the Hot Bodi-Gram LP—before parting ways. All of the Dischord records were rereleased as the Soon Come Happy CD in 1990. In 2015, the group—singer BOBBY SULLIVAN, guitarist SCOTT MCCLOUD, drummer ALEXIS FLEISIG, and bassist JOHNNY TEMPLE—reunited for the first time in 25 years and have continued to perform together as time and opportunity allow. (Dischord Records)
  • GELD | soft power | EP

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    A nasty followup EP to the Perfect Texture LP released earlier this year finds GELD in a more irascible and unhinged state. Soft Power expands on the band's vision of a freer form of D-Beat with noisier sounds, tighter dimensions, wilder visions and subtler experimentation with carefully placed nuances. Don't be tricked into thinking this is some sort of hippy dippy jamband bullshit though, every second of this is cruelly calculated and executed with the utmost care. Damn. 250 black and 150 translucent orange 75gr vinyl copies housed in a custom ILR 80# felt weave glued pocket sleeve with insert and download code included. Recorded by Billy Gardener and Julian Cue. Art by Sam McKenzie. (Iron Lung Records)
  • ‘Anti-Society’ has, like previous releases in the series, been pain-stakingly compiled from over 1000 recordings from vinyl, demo cassettes, unreleased studio recordings and live gigs from the 1980s before settling on 23 tracks, 11 of which are previously unreleased and a 24-page booklet with detailed band biographies and many previously unseen photos. The CD includes previously unreleased and first time to CD recordings by some of the scene’s ‘bigger’ names e.g. Icons Of Filth, Oi Polloi, Alternative, Icon AD but is also an Aladdin’s cave of the Anarcho punk scenes underground legends; The Apostles, Karma Sutra, Exit-Stance, Hagar The Womb, Part 1, Andy T, The Sears and many others. The epic sleeve notes by Sean McGhee recall the history of the scene that felt empowered by the fact that it was attempting to move outside ‘society’, which seemed a corrupt, war obsessed and totally unfair place to be. The Anarcho-Punk scene with its rallying call of ‘no compromise with their society’ attracted many disillusioned punks and the resulting ripples of discontent are still being felt today. ‘Anti-Society’ captures the spirit of an era when the youth were in direct conflict with the establishment and trying to change the world. The sound is energetic and angry and often delivered with an intensity lacking today. ‘Anti-Society’ is the essential soundtrack of those times. Tracklist 1 –Reality Control Forgive Us 3:44 2 –Icons Of Filth Your Military 2:36 3 –The Sears Not Prepared 4:23 4 –A.O.A* Who Are They Trying To Con? 3:37 5 –Liberty Revenge 2:35 6 –Dave Asgrove Band* I Rebel 4:05 7 –Karma Sutra Fantasy Ball 1:55 8 –Icon A.D. Seeing Is Believing 3:06 9 –Exit-Stance Christian Militia 4:27 10 –Alternative Where Are Your Hiroshimas? 1:09 11 –Look Mummy Clowns Sell Your Dreams 3:57 12 –Reality Acceptable Death Loss 1:56 13 –Thatcher On Acid Our Gods Are Falling Down 1:38 14 –Part 1 Salem 3:24 15 –Andy T Exploitation 0:52 16 –Revulsion Out Of Touch 3:39 17 –The Apostles Beserker 1:46 18 –Untermensch Ashfield Valley Headkick 2:42 19 –Hagar The Womb Dressed To Kill 3:04 20 –Stalag 17 Doomsday Machine 3:07 21 –Oi Polloi Stop Vivisection Now 1:04 22 –Anti State Control* M.U.S.E. 2:15 23 –The Mental Attack 2:38 (Overground Records)
  • Swell Maps – proudly primitive, transcending genre barriers from the start of their career, instinctively experimental. These home-recordings bear testament to six teenagers in the mid-1970s displaying their adventurous attitude with confident, unself-conscious glee. Some of the influences come across in odd combinations of glam, krautrock, the scuzzy end of progressive rock and early glimpses of punk. It shows how ahead of the game they still seem even now in the following century, anticipating punk rock, alt-rock, ambient musics. One track even seems to use hip-hop techniques! They have been recognised as influences on bands as diverse as Sonic Youth, Blur, Pastels and Pavement. They were even featured on a t-shirt worn by one of the characters in a Gorrillaz video! On these recordings they have typically made use of trashy fuzz-tone guitars and wild drums, as well as zither, flutes, home-made instruments and found objects. Of the 23 tracks here all but 4 tunes will be new to even rabid Maps collectors. There are early versions here of their second single ‘Dresden Style’, as well as ‘Harmony In Your Bathroom’, ‘Vertical Slum’ and ‘Full Moon/Blam’, all later to appear on their first album, ‘A Trip To Marineville’. They show, too, their irreverent attitude with versions of the National Anthem and the theme tune from the ‘Batman’ cartoon series. All these performances are previously unreleased, even on bootleg. (Overground Records)
  • A compilation of studio output from the seminal Mid 80’s UK Anarcho Punk group, taken from two demos put out by Endangered Musik. Members of Stone the Crowz went on to form such killer bands like Axegrinder, Disgust and Mass. Gary Trueman of the alternative lifestle ezine, The Independent Voice, said of Protest Songs: “The vocals are classic London snot rock, so much so you can detect the direct influence of ironically butter loving John Lydon from back when he was Rotten. Where before this would be real shock rock, now it’s almost as acceptable as those postcards tourists love of that couple sporting mowhawks. ” (Overground Records)
  • D.R.I. is back with a five-song EP of manic thrash that only these imbeciles can muster, their first recorded output since 1995's "Full Speed Ahead." (Beer City Records)
  • Tracks on A side are new, previously unreleased. Tracks B3, B4 recorded live at Moni Lazariston 2/9/2013. Digipack cd edition. (Smash Records)
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  • Now grown out of the bedroom and operating as a fully functional band, London via Ukraine's POWERPLANT follow up last year's 'People In The Sun' LP with this new 5 track banger. The Devo / Tubeway Army / Screamers / Lost Sounds comparisons are still there but also the weirder tracks are weirder, the faster tracks are faster and is Theo fucking crooning on the opener? One way to find out. To better days! Limited to 500 copies pressed on clear vinyl. Shoved inside a reverse board sleeve complete with lyric sheet. (Static Shock Records) https://staticshockrecords.bandcamp.com/album/a-spine-evidence
  • Unavailable for over thirteen years, this Orange County hardcore classic - originally released in 1985 - is finally back in press. Guitarist, Joe D. Foster, went on to play in No For An Answer and later form the band Ignite. Pat Longrie and Pat Dubar, drummer and singer respectively, went on to form the influential Uniform Choice. Truly a piece of history. (Indecision Records)
  • Τέσσερα νεα κομμάτια απο τους Θεσσαλονικιούς Πέμπτη Κάστα. (Self Released)
  • Six new tracks from this Manchester punk-rock band since 1976, with ex-​members of Slaughter & The Dogs. (Different Class Records)
  • Back in 1981, NEGATIVE APPROACH were one of the dominant forces in the Detroit underground. Long out-of-print and bootleged a million times, NEGATIVE APPROACH originally released this 10 song 7" in 1982 on Touch & Go Records. Now remastered by John Golden, the legendary 7" is once again available for past, present and future hardcore fans. (Touch & Go Records)
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    Explosive new music from The Chisel bringing the edifying and restorative powers of the great British folk tradition back to the table for a staggering next pint. Just when you thought you were fucking full, your mouths been winched open and gallons of shards of broken glass guitar, thick bass, and burning howling bilious guts gets poured down your maw. The speed of UK82, the terror of punk, the solid mass of Oi!. Like a bar stool breaking through a bus stop, there'll always be THE CHISEL. (Jonah Falco) (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/deconstructive-surgery-ep
  • Hailing from the southern-most state of Chiapas, HURAÑA seems to have appeared overnight with a fully realized vision of wonderfully off center scrappy punk with echoed vocals, punchy drums and richly layered guitar work in the vein of moodier DEAD KENNEDYS songs, without all the silliness. There is a healthy dose of irrepressible hardcore power on here too. We get the feeling there isn't a whole lot of punk music coming out of this region of Mexico but HURAÑA could very well be the spark to ignite an exciting new scene. The certainly have the power, quality and message. Seven mindstickers altogether including a cover of the VULPESS' hit "Me Gusta Ser Una Zorra" which will only be available on the vinyl version of the EP. Always loved that song and definitely do it justice. 300 copies of 70gr black vinyl housed a custom die cut ILR glue pocket sleeve with lyric sheet and download card included. (Iron Lung Records)
  • Chisel this, Chisel that" -- it's on my phone, it's on my hard drives, it's on my turntable, it's on my t-shirt, it's on my Instagram, it's on my blogspot, it's tattooed on my forehead, my own parents renewed their wedding vows to "Rat Running Scared." I pressed stop. I unplugged my headphones, turned down the volume, and snapped that god forsaken single in HALF. Enough was enough! But see me, yeah. Once the music stopped only one thought rang through my head: What Have I Done? Where once there was explosive energy there was now a void. Lucky for me, the 5 loveable lads from Blackpool, Croydon, Acton, Chingford, and Guildford KEPT IT MOVIN, and just when I thought all was lost they brought me back in. Three more blasts of full fat extra saturated deep fried limb swinging confrontational uplifting chisel chiselling punk for that special space in your life. Enough said? No. Cos they've done it again. (Jonah Falco) (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
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    Milwaukee youth brings the fire and fury on their first record, Manic Revision. Sharing as much influence from Boston bands such as SSD and DYS and power violence bands such as Heresy and Infest; Big Laugh blends Hardcore and Punk in a way that is truly original and unprescendented. Big Laugh does not try conform to either genre, yet weaves the two together in an uncompromising fabric. (11PM Records)
  • REAKSI from Melbourne Australia are three immigrant punks from Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. The band delivers direct, hard and pungent lyrical protest in their native language Bahasa. The songs attack political issues that every Asian punk knows too well, the rights of and the struggles of immigrants (Tidak Ada Manusia Ilegal, Tidak Menyerah), police brutality (Awas) and songs of struggle and freedom (Punk Asia) that is highly relevant to the Myanmar’s people current uprising against military coup junta. “Esok Hari Kepunyaan Kita” translated “Tomorrow belongs to us” was recorded last year during harsh COVID lockdowns in Melbourne, this debut five track E.P combines the solid attack of UK 82 of THE PARTISANS, CHAOS U.K, the anthemic Oi! sound of THE 4SKINS, BLITZ and also drawing influence from traditional archipelagic hymns. Featuring members of ENZYME, KROMOSOM, PISSCHRIST AND INTRUSION. At first listen/ glance, the sound production and art of this record could easily be mistaken as a record off the NO FUTURE catalogue. Featuring art collaboration by Nicky Rat and Hafiz (SIAL), sound production by Joshua Wells (PRIORS), Maxime Smadja (RIXE, CONDOR) and Yeap. REAKSI “ESOK HARI KEPUNYAAN KITA E.P” is a love letter and a call to arms for Asian punks everywhere. (Fahmi Reza) (La Vida Es Un MUs Records)
  • The Hipshakes wanna marry them, Goner Records wants to kiss them all day long, everybody loves them and we finally had the guts to ask them for a date! An LP filled , as the title may suggest, with their sold out 7″ers, unreleased and even some live stuff. Some killer ingrediences and we have been promised a sonically challenged release of the good kind!! (Red Lounge Records)
  • Originally released in 1995 this was their first album for three years and their first album of new TVPs material on Overground Records, who had previously issued two live albums, and reissued nine of their singles. Featuring eleven new tracks, the album was recorded by Liam Watson at Toe Rag Studios and was a marked change of direction from the highly polished ‘Closer To God’. “I wanted to get back to basics and recapture the spirit of the first two albums that were low budget and recorded quickly, that’s how all our best records were made” Dan Treacy 1995 Re-packaged with new artwork from the original artist Alison Wonderland and sleeve notes by Edward Ball (TVPs/The Times) the album will teach the kids of today everything they need to know about how to become a mod. What more could they want? “If you’re a Mod, you’re a Mod twenty four hours a day, even working with other people, you’re still a Mod. Some of them just can’t understand older men with homes and families, it’s just a different world, but I’m past it now, I’m too old You’ve got to be sixteen to be a Mod, to be able to wear high heeled boots and long hair and not care what anyone thinks” Dan Treacy 1995 This was the last TVPs album of original material. Albums since have been either compilations or consisted of cover versions, and as such ‘I Was A Mod Before You Was A Mod’ remains a remarkable testament to an extraordinary talent. (Overground Records)
  • In 1981 three lads in Pavenham, Bedfordshire aged 14 to 17 decide to form a punk band. They soon discover Crass and the burgeoning anarchy-punk movement and this influences them both politically and musically. In 1982 they record seven tracks and release it as a cassette titled Another Disaster and later that year another five tracks are recorded with two of the tracks appearing on the highly successful 1983 Pax compilation Bollox to the Gonads Here's the Testicles alongside Flux of Pink Indians, Dead Kennedys etc. The same demo tape gets them two tracks on each of two American compilation albums: Compulsory Overtime (Diesen Records) and Empty Skulls Vol. 2 (Fartblossom Records) by now interest in the band is snowballing and they record six more songs that appear on Colin Jerwood’s (conflict / mortarhate) new label Fight Back as the undesirable guest 12”. The record was a huge success and Colin asked them to record a song for the compilation: We don’t want your fucking war. Their track sea of desecration became probably their best known song. In spring 1985 the band recorded an album. unfortunately they had no way of paying for it. After discussions with red rhino and the cartel who suggested the band set up their own label -- which they promised to bankroll -- prison of life was released on Trash records in Autumn 1985. This early part of their career is all chronicled on this compilation. 26 tracks from the early part of this 80s anarcho punk band’s career. Includes their ‘Prison of Life’ album, their first demo tape, compilation appearances and 7 unreleased studio recordings. (Overground Records)
  • 23 studio recordings from late 70s punk band who evolved into an anarcho band. Compiles their Bluurg 7″, their Crass track and a further 17 unreleased studio tracks, all remastered and packaged in a 12-page booklet featuring a detailed band history and previously unseen photos – all at an anarcho-punk price! Issued in a standard transparent jewel case with 12-page booklet. (Overground Records)
  • Never was a band and its first album both so suitably named as EXTREME NOISE TERROR and their seminal debut full-length, 1989's A Holocaust in Your Head. Simply put, this is one of the key releases of both the crust-punk and grindcore genres, redefining British music's known limits of sonic extremity with its remorseless aggression, blinding speed, and none-more-raw recording. Along with their fellow Britons in Napalm Death, this rag-tag group of hardcore misfits turned metallic innovators are largely seen as being at the forefront of the development Crust. (Westworld Records)
  • BAD TRIP | same title | LP

    10.00 incl. tax
    Οι Bad Trip είναι μια instrumental μπάντα από τη Θεσσαλονίκη και αυτό είναι το πρώτο full length album τους. Παίζουν experimental post hardcore. Μεγάλες σε διάρκεια συνθέσεις που όμως δε σε αφήνουν λεπτό να ησυχάσεις ή να στρέψεις την προσοχή σου αλλού. Με ενέργεια, φαντασία, το τέλειο soundtrack για μια βραδυνή βόλτα στην πόλη. Κυκλοφορία που η ίδια η μπάντα έχει επιμεληθεί. (Self Released)