Zombeaches - Mutual Colour

Cheers to the Fu­ture re­leas­es No­vem­ber 20.

Nutrition - Failed Satyr

No E.P. re­leas­es No­vem­ber 15 via Neon Taste Records.

Chronophage - Absurdity

The Pig Kissed Al­bum re­leas­es No­vem­ber 13 via Soft Of­fice.

The Unders - Sleep For What

III re­leas­es No­vem­ber 13 via King Piz­za Records.

Verspannungskassette #10 (C-60)

Side A


Schi­ach Feiawea
Vor­lon An­gel Re­venge
Gnarly Dude Sex
Prison Af­fair En­tre Bar­rotes
Col­lec­tive Hard­core Ra­dio Pira­cy
Liq­uid Face Lo­bot­o­my
Cher­ry Cheeks Over It
Alien Nose­job Once More 1984
Print Head Make A Day
Mod­ern Needs Pro­jec­tor
Salamirecorder She will kill me
Bil­liam An­gry, Short, Song
Dr. Sure’s Un­usu­al Prac­tice Blood Munny
Ben­ni Heavy Met­als

Side B


USA Nails Tem­po­rary Home
Lip Vi­o­lent Na­ture
Joy Dirty
Warm Red Decades Of Break­fast
Straw Man Army Op­tion De­spair
Al­gara Miedo A Perder
Class Tourist Choke
REVV Rou­tine
K. H. Mirth Long Lost Friend
Kerosene Kream Hu­man Man
Garbage Dis­pos­al Union Kerouac’s Last Pint
Cheap Meat Ages
Last Quok­ka Peo­ple
Stiff Richards Glass

Peace De Résistance - Hedgemakers

Now this is some pret­ty in­cred­i­ble shit right here. The min­i­mal­is­tic DIY garage rock on this tape by some NYC dude (or band, not sure about that) sounds kin­da like some lost pro­to punk rel­ic and would just as well blend in on any one of those Messthetics/​Homework com­pi­la­tions. The sparse per­cus­sion, weary vo­cals, over­all lean arrange­ments and Lo-Fi pro­duc­tion val­ues all do their part in lend­ing these songs a par­tic­u­lar qual­i­ty that feels both grit­ty and drowsy.

Al­bum-Stream →

Smarts - Who Needs Smarts, Anyway?

An­oth­er Gee­long su­per­group fea­tur­ing high pro­file names such as Jake Robert­son (Aus­muteants, Alien Nose­job, Leather Tow­el etc.), Bil­ly Gard­ner (The Liv­ing Eyes, Ce­re­al Killer, Aus­muteants), Mitch Cam­ple­man (The Liv­ing Eyes) and Stel­la Ren­nex (Parsnip, Ba­nana­gun). Sound-wise, this doesn't stray too far from the es­tab­lished Aus­muteants for­mu­la and i'm to­tal­ly okay with that. Not the most orig­i­nal thing i've ever heard but a fun and thrilling ride nonethe­less, from start to fin­ish.

Al­bum-Stream →

True Sons Of Thunder - It Was Then That I Was Carrying You

The good­ness con­tin­ues on To­tal Punk's sec­ond long play­ing record. True Sons Of Thun­der are a Mem­phis group fea­tur­ing mem­bers of Man­a­tees and Obli­vians, among oth­ers. You might al­ready have no­ticed their re­cent 7" on Good­bye Boozy or even their first two al­bums, re­leased be­fore this blog came in­to be­ing. Their newest one sees them al­ter­nat­ing be­tween straight-ahead garage punk some­what sim­i­lar to The Cow­boy or Flat Worms and blues-soaked, repet­i­tive noise rock somwhere in­be­tween Cows, Near­ly Dead and var­i­ous old Am­Rep shit, as well as some un­de­ni­able U-Men vibes. With Skate Rock we even get a nice lit­tle hard­core dit­ty.

Al­bum-Stream →

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!

Al­bum-Stream →

Science Man - Crawling Out

Sci­ence Man II re­leas­es No­vem­ber 6 via Big Neck Records.