GIORGIO MURDERER 7" ep GONER

GIORGIO MURDERER
Primitive World 7" ep
EX CULT MIDNIGHT PASSENGER PRE-ORDER

EX-CULT
Midnight Passenger lp/cd
LPs are here!

NOTS 7" (Goner Records)

NOTS
Fix / Modern
7" out Now!



AUSMUTEANTS lp

AUSMUTEANTS
Great young Aussie
Punks - Synths + Snot!


UPCOMING GONER EVENTS
Thursday August 28 The Clean, Boogarins, Nots HiTone
Gonerfest 11 September 25-28 2014 more info here!

13th Floor Elevators - Headstone Contact Sessions lp


Sick Thoughts - My Mess My Life lp (Dead Beat Records)


Reigning Sound - Shattered lp (Merge)


Coloured Balls - Heavy Metal Kid lp (Desperate Records)


The Clean - Anthology 4 lp boxset (Merge Records)
Dutch Masters - All In The Wires lp (Spacecase)

Spelling Mistakes - Feels So Good lp (Real Groovy Records )
Ausmuteants - Split Personalities lp (Saturno Records)
Thee Mighty Fevers - Fuck'in Great R'n'R lp (Deadbeat)
Ausmuteants - Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music 7'
Flesh World - s/t 12' (La Vida Es Un Mus)


BIG BOYS lps!

13th FLOOR ELEVATORS
Headstone: The Contact Sessions lp
Texas Psych heroes alternate versions!


SICK THOUGHTS.
My Mess My Life lp
(Dead Beat)
The Real Baltimore underground is Drew aka Sick Thoughts!

REIGNING SOUND
Shattered lp/cd
( Merge)

New frpm Greg Cartwright & Co- getting huge raves!

COLOURED BALLS
Heavy Metal Kid lp (Desperate)

Fantastic 2nd album from Lobby LLoyd & co!!

 

 

THE CLEAN
Anthology
4lp Box Set (Merge)
Most excellent NZ band's first albums!

DUTCH MASTERS
All In The Wires lp
(Spacecase)
Eric O & Memphis/Oxford superstars archival blast!

SPELLING MISTAKES
Feels So Good lp
(Real Groovy)

More great New Zealand punk / pop stuff!

Goner is the only place in the US to get Real Groovy
Records!

AUSMUTEANTS
Split Personalities lp (Saturno)
Our heroes' first cassette- now on vinyl in extremely limited edition!

THEE MIGHTY FEVERS
Fuckin Great R'N'R!
(Deadbeat)

Teengenerate-styled frantic punk rock supremo!

AUSMUTEANTS
Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music 7"
(Easter Bilby)
Aussie
wunderkids continue their roll!

FLESH WORLD
12" ep

(La Vide Es Un Mus)
First release from these Aussies who seem to have moved to SF

BIG BOYS
Lullabies Help The Brain Grow dbl lp
and
No Matter How Long The Line Is dbl lp
(Modern Classics)
Great Texas punk / hardcore.
Legendary!

 

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brimstonehowl
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Posted: Jun 30, 2010 11:19 am | Edited by: brimstonehowl    
Our friends at Rainy Road Records have made a very limited run of cassettes for us. It is a singles collection that includes all of our out of print 45s, an unreleased track and a code for digital download. This is limited to 100 copies and it is only 5 bucks!

Order now at:

http://www.myspace.com/rainyroadrecords

Also, if you have not yet ordered Big Deal. What's He Done Lately? Now is the time.
Recorded in Costa Mesa at the legendary Distillery. It's a journey into regression. Blown out and stripped down. I forgot how to play guitar during this time.

Order now from the Bomp Store:

http://www.bompstore.com/servlet/Detail?no=11114

Here is what Terminal Boredom had to say:

Brimstone Howl "Big Deal. What's He Done Lately?" LP/CD
Albeit smellin' like hay straight from the horse's mouth, Brimstone Howl is nearly as accessible as Springsteen, who they've more in common with in song and lyric than just about anyone. And it's to their advantage. While their previous LP "We Came In Peace" was of the same general formula, it felt more like an introspective riverfront stroll after a nostalgia-binge of a weekend reminiscing of aspects of years passed that don't really ring so pertinent nowadays despite their previously paradisiacal stature huge-sounding ballads of lost friends and good times thankfully behind you. This album is the step out of melancholic mental-dwadling the emphatic triumph of rock 'n roll, not merely as an outlet for said sweet-sour emotional excess but as not even a century-old tradition in the making. A real fuckin' doozy. This platter's opening warbled-to-the-cosmos fuzz is the sonic depiction of that photo of Iggy doing the upside-down arch. It's the stream of kerosene Abner's family was expelled from the county for in Barn Burning. It's a song about drinking daddy's wine and it's a 'Howl-patented mid-tempo chugger with enough balls to impregnate every farmer's daughter in town. "M-60," an early single, may have an inappropriate number a' sass-dollops for the farmer's market folk who don't mind a little bit of spice sometimes, but this has a kick. Adds a towering but simultaneously violent production to their "Guts of Steel" era high-strung songwriting. "Easter at the Lewises" does hayseed-swagger how it oughta' be with moonshine cavities and biomass on the overalls instead of a lapsteel ride to the southern-metro yuppie cocktail joint. "Everybody Else Is Having Fun" makes me think of courageous gin-fuelled street-roaming nights and it's a hell of a lot more memorable than the details of those nocturnal excursions. "Suicide Blues" sounds just as it should not like a blues song. Recognize. "Final Dispatch" might be their most impressive melancholy heart-wrencher-of-a-composition yet. "A Friend of Mine" is an emotive folk chord progression that Guthrie and Dylan would approve of. I like to imagine some trailorboy upset over his sister's other love interests, drooling into the creases of Gone With The Wind and propelling a hoe's handle into his nose. Our epoch is full of cartoons, but this episode happens to smoke the rest. I could go on, but I won't. Good tunes like these oughta' be felt more than yapped about. Another intimate peak into the American heartland via stellar cornfed rock 'n roll. Amen. (BG)
(Alive! // www.alive-totalenergy.com)
mottey
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Posted: Aug 19, 2010 9:42 pm    
me too
Kevin Cline
Member
Posted: Dec 10, 2010 12:00 am    
Re-issues of the cassette are OUT NOW on Rainy Road Records!! 25 hand-numbered copies on red cassette!! Buy here:
www.rainyroadrecords.bandcamp.com

Also download for FREE during FREE DOWNLOAD DECEMBER!! Free downloads of all our our releases during the month of December!
Brimtone Howl-Singles Collection:
www.brimstonehowl.bandcamp.com
Watching the Train Wreck, The Shanks:
www.watchingthetrainwreck.bandcamp.com

Hey Nanne can we get a sweet revue of the 'Serve Very Loud' 7"?
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