Print Head - Happyhappy

Whoa, what a beau­ti­ful­ly crude piece of DIY lo-fi fuck­ery in the twi­light zones of slight­ly no-wave-ish post punk and garage rock, this dig­i­tal re­lease by some un­known Hicksville, NY en­ti­ty. Kin­da like an in­cred­i­bly weird in­car­na­tion of The Woolen Men in­ter­min­gling with Half Japan­ese and The UV Race. This is just gor­geous!

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Science Man - Crawling Out

Sci­ence Man II re­leas­es No­vem­ber 6 via Big Neck Records.

Kyoufu Shinbun (恐怖新聞) - 人間漬け

Death Train­ing re­leas­es Oc­to­ber 30 via Bit­ter Lake Record­ings.

TB Ridge As The Director - Rock'n'Roll Heart

Rock'n'Roll Heart re­leas­es No­vem­ber 20 via An­ti Fade Records.

Bathouse - Chore

Bathouse re­leas­es No­vem­ber 27 via Hap­pi­est Place Records.

The Unknowns - Waste My Time

Noth­ing Will Ever Stop re­leas­es No­vem­ber 27 via Bar­gain Bin Records.

Potpourri - Angels Dead End

Pot­pour­ri re­leas­es Oc­to­ber 30th via Wast­ed Tapes.

Liquid Face - Crumbling Structure

Qual­i­ty stuff from Good­bye Boozy Records, as usu­al. Liq­uid Face is a project of Cal Don­ald, who al­so plays in Drag­gs, al­though what we get to hear on this 7" is even a bit quirki­er than any­thing Drag­gs have ever done. Synth-/garage punk some­what rem­i­nis­cent of C57BL/​6, Stal­ins of Sound, Puff! or any­thing Cruz Somers has un­leashed up­on us (S.B.F., Race Car, etc…). In re­gard to the aus­tralian scene specif­i­cal­ly, this wouldn't feel out of place along­side the Warttman Inc. cat­a­log ei­ther.

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Mr. Teenage - Automatic Love

This Mel­bourne group's de­but 7" pret­ty much hits the bulls eye at first try, set­ting off a flaw­less garage-dri­ven, high-calo­ries pow­er pop ex­trav­a­gan­za. With­out doubt, ad­mir­ers of Tom­mie and the Com­mies or Bad Sports, among oth­ers, will ap­pre­ci­ate the shit out of this.

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Septic Yanks - Septic Yanks

An­oth­er moldy wet lump of ul­tra­con­ta­gious punk shit, equal parts garage punk, KBD-style mis­chief and hard­core punk of the very old school. Not too far off from stuff like Liq­uid As­sets, Fried E/​M or Launch­er.

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