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***Received an 8.0 rating from Pitchfork. Debut seven-track album from half-Melbourne, half-NYC SOAKIE. It's total no nonsense blistering, fast, and energetic hardcore with a vocalist that sounds like she has been chewing on glass every day since birth. She has a real rasp and anger that is part Nick Blinko (Rudimentary Peni) and part Vi Subversa (Poison Girls) but the music is totally pummeling and would sit perfectly for those that love pogo punk, Teddy And the Frat Girls, The Feederz, and Good Throb in equal measures. "Boys On Stage" is a real standout with the lyric "There're too many fucking boys on stage" sticking in your head from one listen. Soakie was recorded by JAMES RUMSEY and mixed by IAN TEEPLE, who also took care of the artwork. Includes A3 lyric insert.

LP $26.95

05/08/2020 5056321627575 


***Official reissue of one of the scarcest Dutch punk records. Hailing from Nijmegen, SQUATS were popular from simply being a bunch of punks which loved to fuck shit up. Raised on a steady diet of Sham 69 and Cockney Rejects which they covered on their demo tape it is a mystery what happened to them before recording their Noise Overdose, a perfect teenage inept punk record. The five tracks within this EP are catchy, aggressive and exemplifies perfectly how the second wave of punk had spread everywhere by 1981 and the influence of what we now call UK82 was present. Reissue maintaining the original design of the artwork (except for the sleeve size which made most original copies in circulation in poor condition due to its oversize nature).

7" $9.45



***Official reissue of another of the scarcest Dutch punk records, listed in the top 25 European punk rarities in Record Collector. THE VULTURES hailed from Epe, in the middle of the Dutch Bible-Belt. They recorded this four-track EP in 1981 that over time has became impossible to find. Which is a shame as it is simply a masterpiece of Dutch punk. Loud, proud and snotty, the sound is based around a trademark chainsaw guitar tone, plodding bass, passionate vocals and overall a clear UK influence. Without doubt if this band was English they would have been on Riot City, Rot or Secret Records or seen supporting the Mau Maus, The Exploited or both Disorders (Bristol and North East). Reissued replicating the artwork as originally printed but adding a few unseen full-color pictures on the reverse sleeve.

7" $9.45



***Barcelona's CIUDAD LINEAL finally deliver the follow up to their fantastic demo from 2013. A full length album of dark minimal wave heavily influenced by El Alviador Dro Y Sus Obreros Especializados, The Normal or Cabaret Voltaire. Armed with a bass guitar, drum pad, a keyboard and two synths Ciudad Lineal manage to create a conceptual piece around the idea of progress and industry as opposing forces. El Nuevo Hombre is divided into two parts each one comprising one side of the album. The A side being "The Splendor" and the B side "The Fall" joined by a speech symbolizing Mankind's awakening. The album throws shades of Joy Division, Decima, Victima or even The Residents, leaving behind absolute hits like the freezing cold opening track "Horizonte" or "Industria" which to these ears is the closest anyone has ever came to being part of the Los Inciados / Fraccion Del Ejercito / Aviador family. While Ciudad Lineal’s sound is certainly rooted in the early ‘80s synth explosion the band remains fresh due to their lyrical approach as well as their DIY ethos. The LP was recorded at La Cova De la Bestia by DANIEL MUERTE and comes housed in a beautifully put together sleeve and insert designed by the band and printed on heavy 350 gsm reverse board.

LP $18.75



***"Self-proclaimed 'chaotic neurotics', PRIMETIME release their debut four track EP on La Vida Es Un Mus. These four ladies deal in note perfect post punk which harks back to the glory years of 1979 to 1982. 'Tied Down' is the calling card and is a scratchy mix of Kleenex and Delta 5 with an instant hook. The sound is raw and minimal yet inventive. You can't help but fall in love with this band after just one listen."—Sean Forbes

7" $7.75



***Back in 1980, punk was all about nihilism and not giving a fuck. Young punks around the world got themselves guitars and drums and started their own bands. This was the case with a group that hailed from Haarlem, The Netherlands, the exact same city the legendary Jesus and the Gospelfuckers came from. NEO PUNKZ recorded five songs that sounded snotty and raw. Obviously they did not care a lot about good musicianship and quality recordings and that may be exactly why this is such a great record. This is an essential record for people who like their punk raw and vicious, and rare original copies trade hands for over $ 600.00 these days. This official reissue comes with an 8-page booklet including lyrics as well as lots of never-before-used pictures of these young punks.

7" $11.25



Murder With The Axe by Suspense


Murder With The Axe
La Vida Es Un Mus

***Like many others, this Dutch punk band was influenced a lot by Discharge. In comparison to their first EP (released as the NEO PUNKZ), Murder With the Axe is sped up and shows a distinct UK82 influence to their sound (as well as their appearance). the subtltle of this record is The End of the Neo Punkz, This is Suspence. The band replaced one of the guitar players, recorded three fast songs and another longer and much slower one. Again, this is one of the milestones in Dutch punk history. Official reissue of the impossible-to-find EP.

7" $11.25