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SKA-PUNK-ROCK. VOODOO GLOW SKULLS concocted their infectious mixture of punk, ska, and Latino music in 1988 and proceed to distill it into a poisonous brew of propulsive rock 'n' roll that has driven audiences wild around the globe. 2002's "steady as she goes" combined guttural, rapid-fire vocals, a tough, metallic guitar attack, a funhouse horn section, and muscular drumming that borders on polka for the insane.

LPcol 18.50€*


POST-PUNK. Schizophrenic Records presents a slab of unhinged, lasting ephemera from Hamilton’s UNCONTROLABLE URGE. Freshly minted, UNCONTROLLABLE URGE weave a post-punk blend of early UK '70s punk, haunting vocals and jarring rhymes that will have you bopping that foot. This is punk music for the post-alt-whatever leaners: songs for the overworked, misinformed and the perpetually connected. For fans of KLEENEX. WIRE and GANG OF FOUR.

LP 16.50€*


NOISE-PUNK/INDUSTRIAL. The pair offer 11 abominations, calling upon distorted and manipulated samples, synths, drum machines and a perversion of traditional instrumentation to create a dystopian vision of a society in collapse. NYC’s L.O.T.I.O.N. could only exist in the now – the digital age ruled by a bloated capitalist tyrant consumed by a move toward totalitarianism. L.O.T.I.O.N. is hardcore in the digital age – bursting with nihilism, a sneering hatred for injustice and icy disdain for humanity. Citing the work of SCUMPUTER as a key influence, more conventional ideas from KILLING JOKE, PAILHEAD,. DAF and THROBBING GRISTLE appear and vanish through the duration of "campaign". The result is an eclectic yet totally cohesive trip through pop culture, media saturation, politics and more through the eyes of a skeptical, educated renegade.

LP 19.00€*


PUNK/GARAGE-ROCK. Among cognoscenti of the era, this Toronto unit are known for one of the great lost 7"s of early Canadian punk. Filtering the clear inspiration of mid '60s WHO and KINKS through the aggressive delivery of such contemporaries as THE JAM and THE CLASH, THE MODS honed their attack into an unstoppable rush, hard-edged but melodic, and began working on a planned major label LP that never did materialise. This LP includes the 7" and highlights of the aborted album session; hyperbole aside, it's an astonishingly good record, and one of the best we'll ever release.

LP 18.50€*


CRUST-HARDCORE. Finally, after 14 years available on vinyl again through La Familia Releases. DISFEAR are from Sweden, born from the ashes of ANTI-BOFORS. In October 1992 the band recorded their eponymous debut 7" in Sunlight Studios under the guidance of famed Entombed-producer Tomas Skogsberg. Encouraged by the overwhelming response, DISFEAR went back to Sunlight and cut the classic "a brutal sight of war". With a DIS in the name is very clear what these dudes are about: on "a brutal sight of war" they deliver 9 tracks of DISCHARGE-ish d-beat crust-hardcore with harsh toxic vocals, discore riffs and fast tempos. Comes on 180gr vinyl.

LP 13.00€*


INDIE/POST-ROCK. WILDHONEY aim to write pop songs with the energy and malcontent of hardcore-punk, but without its entrenched masculinity. The 5-piece has become one of the loudest - and sweetest - bands in their hometown of Baltimore. Drawing influences from '60s girl groups, '80s post-punk, indie-pop and shoegaze, the group's blasts of distortion and use of dense textures are balanced with beautiful pop tunes and chiming guitar work. For fans of COCTEAU TWINS, DEERHUNTER and STEREOLAB. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 18.00€*


GARAGE/INDIE-ROCK. Sheffield, UK's NAI HARVEST deliever 2 new songs on this double-a side vinyl release. For fans of WAVVES and TY SEGAL. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

7"col 7.50€*


INDIE-POP. "harm", the Topshelf debut from Brooklyn-by-way-of-Boston's INFINITY GIRL is rooted in shoegaze - but is less wall-of-sound and more fuzzy dream pop. For fans of THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART or THE PIXIES. Limited edition of 500 copies.

LP 19.50€*


INDIE/EMO-ROCK. This clear vinyl 7" is a Record Store Day release featuring the unreleased BRAID original "kids get grids" and a cover of the BROKEN HEARTS ARE BLUE track "because i am" on the side-b. Colored double vinyl includes a digital download card. * RSD 2015 *

7"col 9.50€*


THRASH-HARDCORE. Maniac rock featuring members of UNDER PRESSURE. Blistering guitar, dysfunctional vocals, LANDSHARK catastrophically combines elements of crusty-thrash and old-school rock. LANDSHARK creates a hybrid sound drawing riff influence from the likes of UNCURBED to MOTÖRHEAD. Highly potent attention deficit thrash rock with just enough shred to whet your appetite - an unprecedented spectacle of audiogasmic terrorism.

7" 3.50€*


HARDCORE. Filthy, low, fast, and heavy. LOST LANDS take the sensibilities of Scandinavian hardcore and mix it with a healthy dose of driving rage and abyss-bound ambition. LOST LANDS features current and former members of GRAF ORLOCK, GHOSTLIMB, DANGERS, CHAMPION etc.. The 4-song "body of habit" 7" is packaged in a die-cut jacket that folds around the record.

7" 6.00€*


PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE. Damn - this is a split with epic proportions. DRAINLAND offer 4 songs of noise drenched hardcore. Slow, fast, heavy and powerful. For fans of UNRUH, NOOTHGRUSH and DYSTOPIA. TRENCHES deliver 1 song that lasts for about 14 min.. They could be best compared to a mixture between IRE and ISIS ("celestial" period). Riffing, groove, dark and just simply great.

LP 4.50€*


HARDCORE-PUNK. MEDIA BLITZ is a hardcore band from Orange County. They have been around for a few years and "burn the world" is their 3rd release. If you own there previous material, you know how much energy and aggression they put forth into their songs. Pissed off hardcore-punk with snarled shouts, fast simple hardcore riffs, gang vocals, sweet mini-solos, cool breakdowns, and catchy drumming. The band has really stepped it up a notch. Everything about the band is angrier and tighter, not just the music but the lyrics as well. You'll be circle pitting for days after listening to this. Why isn't this band more popular than they are by now? Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 8.00€*


HARDCORE. First of all a note for all the people needing a breather while listening to records: that will only occure while flipping the record. Always brutal, always heavy, very fast but nevertheless playful. SVFFER from Bielefeld and Münster, Germany, are continuing with their full-length "lies we live" where the promising self-titled 7" left off. For these 13 songs the genre "emo-grind-motorcycle-pop-violence" should be invented, because every other description of this thunder storm might fail. It combines violent beats, intense tunes and screaming 'til the lungs bleed. This record is catchy and stays in the mind for quite a while and at the same time it is never dull. It is like an invitation to listen devoutly, swaying rhythmically or moshing angrily through the bedroom. Concerning the hard facts: vinyl comes with an inside-out cover (artworks done by VBRRTRD ), a lyric sheet and a digital download card. [PK 069]

LP 12.00€*


PROGRESSIVE-HARDCORE/METAL. Back in print on vinyl! Since this Savannah/Georgia, quintet first formed in early 2001, worrying about genre limitations has never been a priority. "time will fuse its worth" is the 3rd release from mighty KYLESA. For this 2006 album, their lineup includes 2 drummers and pulls snippets of flavor from diverse areas of music and assembles them into a giant tsunami of bone-crushing hardcore and metal. KYLESA ranges far and wide, using their utter disregard of musical boundaries to bring together avant-garde experimentalism with the pure fury of dirty, sludgy riffs and raw, impassioned male and female vocals. CD is newly remastered by the band and features new artwork.

CD 10.50€*


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