AUSMUTEANTS lp

AVAILABLE NOW!
AUSMUTEANTS
Great young Aussie
Punks - Synths + Snot!

Nobunny Secret Songs

NOBUNNY
Secret Songs lp/cd
Available now!


EX CULT MIDNIGHT PASSENGER PRE-ORDER


EX-CULT
Midnight Passenger lp/cd
Coming April 29

GONER RECORD STORE DAY RELEASE
Ex-Cult
"Ties You Up" b/w "New Virtues" 7"
Be sure to bug your local retailer for these!
And swing by GONER for exclusive colored vinyl on Record Store Day - Saturday April !9
GONER RSD POSTER HERE

2nd Midtown Memphis Record Swap - Saturday May 10
Full-on Crosstown Arts Block Party with DJs, Beer, Third Man Mobile Store & More!
Plus OBLIVIANS that night at the Hi Tone! Dick Dale plays the night before!
Dealers get in touch!



Buck Biloxi & The Fucks - s/t lp (Red Lounge Records)


Icecross s/t lp (Rockadrome)


Obnox- Louder Space lp (12XU)


Anthology of American Folk Music Volume 3 lp (Mississippi)


Talbot Adams - s/t lp (Spacecase Records)
Predator - The Complete Earth lp (Scavenger of Death)

Valerie June - Pushin' Against A Stone cd (Concord)
Ross Johnson and Jeffrey Evans - Vanity Session lp (Spacecase ) Leo Welch - Sabougla Voices cd (Big Legal Mess)
Pookie & the Poodlez -The Last Thing I Did As a Teenager 12'
Sid Selvidge - The Cold of the Morning lp (Omnivore)


Manateees - Seek Help 7' (Total Punk)

BUCK BILOXI & THE FUCKS
lp
(Red Lounge)

BACK IN STOCK! New Orleans craptastic punk rock / KBD / Bloodstains in your face. ""If you think Buck Biloxi & The Fucks are not rad in real life you need to snap out of that bullshit dream. "- Buck Biloxi

ICECROSS
s/t lp
(Rockadrome)
Reissue of legendary Icelandic Hard Rock lp!

OBNOX
Louder Space
lp
(12XU)

Amazing new garage murk lp from Bim & co! Punk rock, hip hop, woody haze!

ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC
Vol 1-4 lps

Freakin' heavy duty reissues of these Harry Smith-compiled classics!

 

 

TALBOT ADAMS
s/t lp
(Spacecase)
What a nice album! Pop from the genius TALBOT! Up next on Spacecase- Dutch Masters lp!

PREDATOR
The Complete Earth lp
(Scavenger Of Death)
2nd full-length from Atlanta punk rockers. Mean, man!

VALERIE JUNE
Pushing Against A Stone lp/cd
(Concord)

New Memphis / NYC folk chanteuse as heard on David Letterman!

ROSS JOHNSON & JEFFREY EVANS
Vanity Session lp
(Spacecase)

Collossal collaboration from two Memphis blabbermouths... recorded with Jim Dickinson, who appears here often!

LEO WELCH
Sabougla Voices lp (Fat Possum)

Great raw gospel / trance blues- his set closing Gonerfest 10 started like this, kinda drifted off into Beale Street blues but this is what you want to hear!

POOKIE & THE POODLES
The Last Thing I Did As A Teenager lp
(Rubber Vomit)
Nobunny-esque goofy slop pop punk...

SID SELVIDGE
Cold Of The Morning

lp (Omnivore )
Reissue of the great Sid Selvidge's album recorded live in the studio with Jim Dickinson. Haunting stuff. RIP Sid.

MANATEEES
Seek Help
7"
(Total Punk)
Memphis' garage metal/??? mayhem masters with ABE CHARLOTTE AND KEITH!!!!

 

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whadatsay
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2013 9:40 am    
http://scionav.com/index#!event/566/Scion-Rock-Fest-2013

So nice to get all the bands that have played here in the past two years.
eric o
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2013 10:04 am    
Minglewood? New Daisy?
eric o
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2013 10:53 am    
All over Beale St?
Mr Entropy
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2013 11:11 am    
I went to the 2009 event in Atlanta and while this lineup, what we can see of it anyway, doesn't really compare, it wasn't as overly corporate as one might think for a free day of great music. The only thing I remember being disappointed about, that was probably due to the complete corporate sponsorship, was Nachtmystium getting stricken off the bill because an earlier album had been distributed by a National Socialist imprint. Besides that, it was about as good a time you can have for free.

Didn't the Oblivians play one of Scion's Garage Fests a few years ago? And Jay Reatard?
whadatsay
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2013 11:52 am    
I'd assume its the New Daisy / Old Daisy.

I too went to the '09 show. Great time and not corporate at all. My problem is the lineup this year isn't special. We have had most of these bands here in the past year or so. Sure I love the Melvins but if they are only playing that Scion EP again, I'll pass.

I've heard some of the ones that we haven't seen yet might be:

CoC,orange goblin, black breath, doomriders, struck by lightning, the atlas moth, testament
Crenshaw
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2013 12:26 pm    
weird and boring.
Mr Entropy
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2013 12:29 pm    
Yeah, looking at that pic, Testament is definitely the big name that has been redacted for dramatic effect and CoC is the next biggest.

As to the line-up, yeah, even if they hadn't played here within the last couple of years, there's nothing there that makes you say GODDAMN like other Scion festival lineups I've seen. Memphis gets the short end of the stick, again (and probably forever, amen).
whadatsay
Member
Posted: Apr 12, 2013 10:20 am    
https://secure.scion.com/scion/ssl/rsvp/scionRockFestTickets.do


Get your ticket. The Melvins at Club 152 please...
eric o
Member
Posted: Apr 12, 2013 3:20 pm    
Iron Maiden woulda been cool.
greg O
Member
Posted: Apr 23, 2013 12:51 pm    
Still time to book Autograph.
free plax
Member
Posted: Apr 25, 2013 1:47 pm    
Hot Lunch and Pallbearer are great.
eric o
Member
Posted: Apr 26, 2013 2:17 pm    
I LOVE THIS BAND!

Whew!

All right, I'll take this Scion. Here's my credit card.
whadatsay
Member
Posted: May 1, 2013 2:47 pm    
Looks like Negative Approach is no longer on the poster.
eric o
Member
Posted: May 7, 2013 12:38 am    
Tickets available for pick up at Goner, if you RSVP'd or whatever.
whadatsay
Member
Posted: May 7, 2013 9:12 am    
I shipped my Scion there, can you get Hoppe to autograph and detail it before I pick it up?
eric o
Member
Posted: May 7, 2013 9:57 pm    
Hoppe don't detail.
eric o
Member
Posted: May 9, 2013 3:13 pm    
Lots of people coming through to pick up tickets, folks are excited. All right.
SAMBEAUX
Member
Posted: May 9, 2013 4:22 pm    
Are they buying anything?

"Dang, we're fresh out of Tool cds!"
eric o
Member
Posted: May 10, 2013 8:47 pm    
Yeah, actually the people have been pretty cool, checking out stuff and buying... not necessarily metal. Actually not so much metal. Mostly rock and kinda mainstream stuff. I'm sure it's a trip coming into Goner for them, I give 'em props.
wesss
Member
Posted: Jun 3, 2013 3:23 pm    
This was a fine time. Wino rules. And I got free socks!
eric o
Member
Posted: Jun 3, 2013 4:34 pm    
Good turnout? Hope so. We did have some metal dudes come by and buy Earth records. Could not get down. There.
whadatsay
Member
Posted: Jun 4, 2013 9:22 am    
Not too bad. Other than having to run around towards the end with the headliners, I'd say it went well.
wesss
Member
Posted: Jun 4, 2013 9:47 am    
I spent most of the day in the doom room/Club 152 - which was the only 21+ venue. It never got too crowded. New Daisy seemed to keep a pretty solid crowd all day. It was about 3/4 capacity for Testament. The sound in there was pretty terrible, though. Guess you get what you pay for. Nyuk nyuk.

Beale St bystanders seemed to get a kick from the death and grind booked on the Handy Park stage. I'm sure Impaled won over a lot of new fans.

In addition to the swank socks, picked up free Scion vinyl from Gates of Slumber and St. Vitus.

I wasn't totally stoked on the lineup beforehand. But it turned out to be a really good day. Ice Dragon, Pallbearer, The Obsessed, The Shrine, CoC, and Testament were all great.

And this guy got arrested.
http://www.metalsucks.net/2013/06/03/vektors-david-disanto-arrested-fo r-dousing-christian-protester-with-beer/
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