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What our staff has to say: “My favorite Ohio band, punk rock with true DIY spirit. Very excited to see what this band does next!” – Kobe
Incredible Ohio DIY punk. Akin to early Rough Trade singles.
Punk / Hardcore
“Reissue of the Alt-Rock duo’s 1998 album. On Accelerator, Neil and Jennifer returned kicking with a rottingly fresh album of fuzzy, post-nineties, numb-rockin’ blues for [...]
“In the summer of 2002, Tim Rutili and the rest of Califone had just come out of a busy year that included touring with Yankee Hotel Foxtrot-era Wilco and collaborating […]
“Here comes the beat of the broken street… ‘Fireraisers’ as in those with flames in veins – had enough of the never ending spiral of stupidity and hate and greed […]
Limited edition GREEN vinyl re-issue of the 1972 album by experimental Krautrock pioneers, Brainticket!
Hijokaidan’s “Hijohkaidan Tapes” came out in 1986 on Jojo Hiroshige’s Alchemy Records and is not only a historical collection of material, but also pays homage to their [...]
Pennsylvania’s dark shadow figure, Lunacy, has been releasing music in small batches since 2016. After 4 EP’s and a compilation LP, the time for a debut album has come, the […]
Debut vinyl from my new house label 4QHQ. Fast mean and clean – straight from the heart of Texas. – Dan Edition of 250 single sided 180 gm lp in […]
Did you say Bath-House?”, was the initial response when I proudly announced to a Norman-troglodyte about the newest, ear blastingest, front-over-sideways puke-a-thon noise-rocking trio [...]
What our staff has to say: “Top tier death metal. Absolutely crushing, FFO being absolutely destroyed. Favorite track ‘Skinjob’” – Dan HATRED SURGE – Human Overdose LP [...]
Is there a definitive song about Cincinnati? One that truly captures the fraught relationship with being a city both out of time and place? A Midwestern Rust Belt straddling the […]
Debut LP from Crisis Man. Featuring members of Smirk, Ceremony, and Acrylics, the new record continues the knuckle-dragging right where the last 7″ left it. Recorded back in 2020 but […]
Freak Genes continue their descent into angular electronics with Power Station. Musicians are replaced by machines, natural sounds are swapped for noises. The result is synthetic pop for problem [...]