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AUSMUTEANTS
Great young Aussie
Punks - Synths + Snot!

Nobunny Secret Songs

NOBUNNY
Secret Songs lp/cd
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EX CULT MIDNIGHT PASSENGER PRE-ORDER


EX-CULT
Midnight Passenger lp/cd
Coming April 29

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Ex-Cult
"Ties You Up" b/w "New Virtues" 7"
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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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arman
Member
Posted: Mar 18, 2010 8:15 pm    
colemans #1 on cicero and ohio is fucking awesome. like seriously awesome.

terry's on division and central-ish is "ok"
elle
Member
Posted: Mar 19, 2010 8:10 pm    
hrmmm i may have to try out that coleman's place. the only stuff i had here was some yuppie crap in logan square that gave me a fucking stomach ache. lame.
arman
Member
Posted: Mar 19, 2010 9:28 pm    
yuppie crap in logan square

fat willy's?
No Big Thing
Member
Posted: Mar 19, 2010 9:58 pm    
I'm betting Elle means Brand BBQ. Horrible.
elle
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2010 12:25 pm    
brand is the place. bluh. overpriced and not good. their mac and cheese was the only thing i liked and i can make that better my damn self.
Matto
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2010 1:54 pm    
colemans #1 on cicero

pictures please... a little meat porn as backyard BBQ season arrives..
arman
Member
Posted: Mar 20, 2010 3:06 pm    
pictures please...

i promise to take pics the next time i go. the block is completely desolate and run down (naturally) and its only a carry out. regardless, we got the rib tips and they were super tender and melt in your mouth. pretty surprising really. the sauce was typical "chicago red" but had a bit more flavor than the hot sauce base.
skank police
Member
Posted: Mar 22, 2010 1:06 am    
"chicago red"

jeezus... how many times we gotta tell ya? no one wants to hear about your asshole.
chicago kevin
Member
Posted: Mar 22, 2010 2:30 pm    
brand is gross and it's also at the end of my street so i curse it whenever i'm walking to california & armitage to catch the bus down to chicago to go to feed for a decent pulled pork sandwich.

i'm guessing i used to go to terry's when i lived on austin. is that the place just east of central on the southside of the street with a yellow sign? me and the ex used to go until the day we went back to our car and two of the area youth pulled out chrome plated automatics and started jawing at each other on the sidewalk. decent bbq was not worth being called "innocent bystanders" in the next days tribune.
arman
Member
Posted: Mar 22, 2010 3:45 pm    
terry's is at 5501 w. division. it seems fairly new though. when we were there there was some comotion across the street enough for the dudes working there to leave us standing at the register while they rubber necked in the parking lot. no gun play though. thie bbq really wasn't that great. tough and chewy but good hot links. how can you fuck up hot links though?
arman
Member
Posted: Mar 23, 2010 9:29 am    
i want to hit gus's ribs and wings on division and pulaski. looks good.
chicago kevin
Member
Posted: Mar 23, 2010 2:48 pm    
i think i might visit feed on my way to work tonight. the siren song of pulled pork is calling to me.
arman
Member
Posted: Mar 23, 2010 2:54 pm    
i'm a HUGE fan of feed's chicken tortilla soup. dirt cheap and good(ish) for you. great for a walk in and out lunch.
No Big Thing
Member
Posted: Mar 31, 2010 10:12 am    
Feed is great. Chicken pot pie rules and is probably awful for you.

Finally got to Coleman's yesterday---tips were awesome and the sauce was definitely a step above the usual. Anybody else gotten the hot links there? I couldn't tell if the sauce didn't really mesh as well as it did with the tips or if it was weirdly seasoned. They weren't necessarily bad, but I'll stick to just the tips rather than a comb next time.
No Big Thing
Member
Posted: Mar 31, 2010 10:16 am    
Nobody's mentioned Uncle John's (69th street a block or two west of the Skyway)...definitely my favorite hot links in town.
arman
Member
Posted: Mar 31, 2010 12:29 pm    
Anybody else gotten the hot links there?

they were out the time we went but i'll assume they get the same hot links as everyone else. i do love the combo though. you can get the same links at the market next to the aldi and the braids and nail salon on kedzie and chicago ave.

Uncle John's
seen it, but never been. theres also a bad ass looking place on 75th st. just of the expressway.

andrew: darklord ride this year?
No Big Thing
Member
Posted: Mar 31, 2010 1:29 pm | Edited by: No Big Thing    
As long as my ribs are feeling a solid and I can convince somebody to take our cooler and grill, that sounds good to me. Jason's going to Houston/Austin for the MS-150 the weekend before, but also seems interested in riding down.
arman
Member
Posted: Mar 31, 2010 6:54 pm    
cool. i plan on riding down and taking the train from flossmoor back. a nice, small-ish group of the non slow poke types would be awesome.
Stegan
Member
Posted: Apr 8, 2010 3:35 pm    
Arman, we need to go back for sure!
arman
Member
Posted: Apr 9, 2010 11:44 am    
lets go mid-day next week some time.
arman
Member
Posted: Apr 23, 2010 1:54 pm    
lem's bbq on 75th st. should be next.
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