Featured Release Roundup: January 24, 2019

Rashomon: Pathogen X 12" (Iron Lung) I was looking forward to this debut 12” from DC’s Rashomon, and I’m pleased to tell you it does not disappoint. Rashomon have a Japanese singer and take some obvious stylistic cues from Japanese hardcore’s history, but Pathogen X doesn’t sound like a tribute record or a genre exercise. The qualities that Rashomon share with Japanese hardcore are top-level and abstract: an emphasis on melodic lead guitar; a quasi-epic propensity to brood; metallic riffing; an overall sense of heaviness. They aren’t so gauche as to borrow riffs directly, or maybe they’re just so good at it I didn’t notice. Instead, they’ve forged their own path and, as a result, Pathogen X sounds like nothing but Rashomon. It’s hard to imagine this record appearing at any other time than the present, and consequently it feels vital and alive. The only bad thing I can say about this record is that it is frustratingly brief. I hope this isn’t the last we hear from Rashomon, because Pathogen X is one of the most exciting and stylistically innovative hardcore records in recent memory.

Mikan Mukku:  缶 b/w ちんダン 7” (Bitter Lake) Bitter Lake Recordings unearths another Japanese obscurity. This time we have Mikan Mukku and this 7” collecting the only two tracks the band released during their 1982-1987 run, each of which appeared on a different, rare flexidisc compilation. Stylistically, Mikan Mukku is very much in Bitter Lake’s wheelhouse. While I’m not super knowledgeable about this scene, from my limited perspective it seems like the lines between no wave, new wave, post-punk, minimal synth, and experimental and avant-garde music were all but non-existent in early 80s Japan. While Mikan Mukku’s singer reminds me of big-voiced post-punk musicians like Siouxsie or Bjork, the music covers a surprising amount of ground on these two tracks, from minimal synth that sounds rooted in traditional Japanese music to quirky and robotic, Devo-esque rhythms. A drum machine even does an intriguing approximation of a flamenco rhythm at one point. If you’ve followed Bitter Lake this far, there’s no reason to stop with Mikan Mukku. And if you haven’t picked up anything on the label yet, this is a good place to start.

Protester: Watch Them Fall 12” (New Absolute) Final 12” from this DC straight edge institution. While Watch Them Fall is an overtly straight edge record (nearly all the lyrics are about the topic), Protester’s music comes from the hard, fast, and mean school of hardcore… more Negative FX than Gorilla Biscuits or Bold. While there are a handful of pit-clearing breakdowns and a brooding closing track that sounds like it could have been on the Judge LP, those are the only stylistic nods to youth crew. Instead, I’m reminded a lot of Wasted Time and Out Cold, two bands that weren’t afraid to sound good or play well, but channeled those skills into sounding like a bulldozer rather than being technical or accessible. This whole record hits with the force of a wrecking ball. The militant straight edge lyrics will put off some people, but honestly this is one of the few times I’ve bothered to read the lyric sheet on a hardcore record in recent memory, so there’s that. A total beast of a record.

Timmy Vulgar’s Genetic Armageddon: S/T 12” (Mind Meld) Mind Meld is a new label from the same person who brought you Florida’s Dying and Total Punk, and while Mind Meld (at least so far) is in the same artistic waters, it distinguishes itself by focusing on solo projects rather than groups. This record from Timmy Vulgar (whom you may know from Clone Defects, Human Eye, and Timmy’s Organism) gets the label off to a great start. Stylistically, Timmy Vulgar’s Genetic Armageddon (let’s call them TVGA from here on out) is more krautrock than punk, with spacious arrangements, hypnotic rhythms, and melodies that seem improvised rather than premeditated. I hear a lot of different influences here, from Captain Beefheart to the Stooges, but the big ones seem to be German... Can’s more out there moments, Agitation Free’s raga-rock, or Ash Ra Tempel’s swooping tape manipulations. There’s also the album’s overall vibe, which is utterly unique. I can’t hit the nail on the head any better than the label’s description, which calls it “Timmy’s patented caveman via space alien filter.” I love lighting a few candles, staring at my ceiling, and zoning out to this kind of stuff, and if you’re reading this document and like to do the same I highly recommend checking this out.

Tipex: S/T 12” (self-released) Self-released debut from this band out of Valencia, Spain. Broadly, their sound is fast, precise, and catchy, but they cover a fair amount of stylistic ground on this record. A lot of the songs remind me of Social Circkle or Terminal State, bands who sounded like hardcore bands deliberately trying to slow things down, play deeper in the pocket, and focus on writing catchy and memorable songs. At other times they can get more melodic, reminding me a little of Rata Negra (particularly on a track like “Flores”), but they can also be more aggressive, as on the Sudor-esque “Plaza de España.” The record also closes with a striking track, “Sarna,” where they jam out and get a little psych-y, sort of like the ending to Rocket from the Crypt’s Circa Now. I haven’t heard many DIY punk/hardcore records that sound so fleshed out and ambitious while still sounding like a DIY punk/hardcore record. If you like one dimensional this probably won’t do it for you, but punkers with open ears and a predilection for catchy hooks will love this.

Vintage Crop: Company Man 7” (Drunken Sailor / Anti-Fade) We last heard from Australia’s Vintage Crop on last year’s New Age LP, and if you liked that record I’m sure you’ll be on board with this. I’m stealing this from label’s description of the first LP, but if you’re familiar enough with Eddy Current Suppression Ring and Uranium Club to imagine a 50/50 mix of the two bands’ sounds, you’re probably not far off from Vintage Crop. The back of the jacket says, in a self-aware manner, “Can Vintage Crop be a marketable band in 2019??” Is Vintage Crop hinting that they have bigger ambitions? Are they pledging allegiance to the DIY underground? A little of both? Parquet Courts, who don’t sound too far off from Vintage Crop themselves, have blazed a trail for making music that sounds vital and ambitious yet appeals to a wider audience, and I could see Vintage Crop heading down the same path. For now, though, they’re just a standout punk band with some of the catchiest tracks around. If you like the aforementioned bands, odds are you’ll really enjoy both Company Man and the previous LP, so give ‘em a listen.

Heavy Metal: Too Oz for It 7” (Total Punk) Germany’s Heavy Metal have been putting out some of the silliest, most irreverent punk music in the land for the last couple of years, and this single on Total Punk continues the string of hits. Too Oz for It might be the zaniest, most irreverent Heavy Metal release yet, and that’s saying something for a band who has covered Rod Stewart’s “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?” The a-side is legitimately some of the wildest, most unique-sounding punk music I’ve ever heard. There are all of these crazy, dissonant harmonies, an organ droning a single note, and vocals so ridiculous and over the top you have to hear them to believe them. The first track on the b-side is weird in a different way with its ISS-esque hip-hop cadence, while the third track is the most conventional by the band’s standards but still wild and weird as shit. You have to like zaniness to tolerate this, but if you like bands like Butthole Surfers, the Dickies, or the Cravats then you won’t have any problem. And if you crave the wildest, most out there sounds you can start here and continue to check out all of Heavy Metal’s records.

Reign of Terror: Don’t Blame Me 7” (Radio Raheem) Reissue of this SST-related giga-rarity (originals go for over a grand on Discogs) on the always-reliable Radio Raheem and the quickly-gaining-our-trust (hey, this is only their third release!) Meat House Productions. What’s the SST connection? Well, Reign of Terror’s label shared an address with SST, the bass player was in the Stains (the SST one, duh), and vocalist / guitarist Ed Danky was Chuck Dukowski’s bandmate in Würm. While I’m sure there are some SST / punk collectors out there who are interested in this record from that angle, I’m guessing a bigger part of the record’s value comes from how great of a metal record this is. With its lo-fi production and catchy yet powerful sound, Don’t Blame Me reminds me a lot of the earliest releases by Iron Maiden and Def Leppard and the legions of British bands who sounded similar to them. If this record had come out two or three years earlier, maybe Lars Ulrich wouldn’t have had to bother going to England to get his NWOBHM fix. There are three tracks, each of which sounds raw, immediate, and exciting. If you’re interested in the NWOBHM or underground early 80s metal I would strongly recommend checking this out. Or you can just wait until you get your hands on an original…

Slum Gang: Fermented 12” (YOFC) Slum Gang were a 90s punk band from Nottingham, England, notable to hardcore folks for featuring a member of Concrete Sox. Stylistically, Slum Gang remind me more of the melodic hardcore of bands like HDQ and the early records by Leatherface and Snuff. I’m surprised I hadn’t heard of them before as I used to be a big fan of this sound, chasing down hard to find singles by bands like Broccoli and Hooton 3 Car on labels like Crackle! and Snuffy Smiles, and Slum Gang are very much of a piece with those bands. I don't like much 90s American melodic hardcore, but I’ve always been a sucker for the British stuff. While some of it can creep more into Lookout! Records territory, if you’re a fan of records like Leatherface’s Cherry Knowle and HDQ’s last couple of LPs you should ignore the country and western cover art and get this record.

Torso: Build and Break 7” (Revelation) I never would have thought a Sorry State Records band would release a record with Revelation Records, but with Torso’s Build and Break EP that thing has come to pass. Sure, it’s strange to see Revelation release a d-beat record, but it’s also weird that Sorry State put out a straight edge record. Which is to say Torso is still Torso and Build and Break rips. Two of the songs are rippers, while the other two cruise along at a more moderate pace. The title track reminds me of Wasted Time’s burly hardcore, while “Repulsion” is the pit-clearer and “Sick of Fighting” closes things out with a main riff that would have fit perfectly on Totalitär’s Vi Ar Eliten. Sick art, great recording, killer tracks… hardcore rules.

?Fog: 7-inch Round Black Thing 7” (Bunkerpop) Reissue of this obscurity from 1985 New Zealand. I was unfamiliar with ?Fog going in, and like a lot of records from New Zealand it sounds like the Fall’s 1982 tour of their country deeply shaped the band. While ?Fog zip along at faster tempos (which seem even faster thanks to their distinctively busy drummer), the combination of Krautrock-inspired rhythms, a quirky sound pallette, and speak-sung, poetic lyrics and vocals can sound a lot like the Fall’s Room to Live or Hex Enduction Hour. The Fall are probably my favorite band and ?Fog do the sound justice, so I like it. The insert also includes some old photos and press clippings, and the hilariously bad reviews of their gigs add the perfect ambiance. This is a deep cut for sure, but if you like scrappy post-punk, UKDIY, or early Kiwi punk this is worthy of your attention.

Physique: The Evolution of Combat 12” (Distort Reality) Olympia’s Physique follow up their noteworthy debut on Iron Lung Records with a new LP. The banner at the top says “DISBONES CRASHER,” and as they say in the UK it does what it says on the tin. While a lot of American d-beat bands go for a more organic, vintage sound, Physique remind me more of Japanese bands like D-Clone or Ferocious X (not to mention Disclose) who have a colder, more modern, and processed sound. Texturally, The Evolution of Combat is closer to industrial music than the more organic-sounding recording quality of a band like Pollen. In other words, it feels like the point here isn’t to recreate Discharge and Anti-Cimex records as precisely as possible, but rather to continue to push those bands’ ideas forward. I’ll leave it to you to decide where they land on the originality scale, but I think two of the band’s strengths are the Bones-esque guitar solos and the distinctive drumming, which is peppered with wild and out of control-sounding fills. If you’re not tired of adding d-beat records to your collection The Evolution of Combat is a top-notch one.

Sauna Youth: Deaths 12” (Upset the Rhythm) This latest 12” from the UK’s Sauna Youth came out a few months ago but we only just got copies now. However, I won’t let an opportunity to sing this band’s praises pass me by. With previous releases on both Static Shock and Upset the Rhythm (among several others), Sauna Youth have always seemed to have one foot in the world of DIY punk and another foot in something bigger and more ambitious. Their curious decision to use a groaner of a pun for their band name also contributes to the slipperiness of their identity… are they punks, freaks, hipsters, or artists? While no one wants to claim the word “hipster,” I’ll admit that I sit near the center of that Venn diagram, if a little further toward the punk side. Which is all to say I like what Sauna Youth do. I particularly like the way they do it on Deaths. In a (hyphenated) word, Deaths is art-punk, music married to punk’s hyperactive aggression but always pushing/pulling toward something bigger and broader. Sometimes they write a catchy punk tune, while sometimes they intone free verse over a This Heat-esque backing track. Yet, as on Wire’s Pink Flag, it all feels like part of the same journey. I love this band.

Zodd: Operationally Ready Dead 12” (La Vida Es Un Mus) Debut vinyl from this new band out of Singapore, a country which has brought us a noteworthy number of killer hardcore bands over the past few years. The thing that amazes me about a lot of these bands from Singapore is that they seem so “on trend” for the styles that are popular in America. Asia seems like such a distant place, and the fact that the music that comes from there sounds a little alien is part of the appeal of tracking down these records. It takes me away from my mundane reality and reminds me we live in a huge world. However, Zodd could be from Los Angeles or London or Toronto just as easily as Singapore. There’s some kind of vestigial colonial impulse to say Zodd is influenced by western bands like Blazing Eye, S.H.I.T., and Bib, but Operationally Ready Dead doesn’t sound like a copy of those bands, but rather an extension of the same conversation. If that’s a conversation you’re following then you’ll have no problem noodle moshing to this one in your bedroom.

All New Arrivals

Physique: The Evolution of Combat 12" (Distort Reality)
Murderer: I Did It All for You 12" (Toxic State)
Rashomon: Pathogen X 12" (Iron Lung)
?Fog: 7-inch Round Black Thing 7" (Bunkerpop)
Ryan Dino: Chapter One: The Final Chapter 12" (Scavenger of Death)
Zodd: Operationally Ready Dead 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Asid: Asid Tracks II cassette (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Forra: Mostrame lo Peor 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Tipex: S/T 12" (self-released)
Public Service: I'm Gonna Kill that Man 7" (Anxious Music)
Institute: Beat Session Vol. 6 cassette (Shout Recordings)
Smarthearts: On The Line 12" (Wilsuns Recording Company)
Timmy Vulgar's Genetic Armageddon: S/T 12" (Mind Meld)
Pinchers: Tonight 7" (Belgian Waffles)
Mikan Mukku: 缶 b/w ちんダン 7" (Bitter Lake)
Red Delicious: Far from the Tree 7" (Slugsalt)
Desert Secretary: S/T cassette (self-released)
Ferocious X: Svart Att Overleva 12" (Distort Reality)
Ferocious X: Den Gra Sanningen 7" (Brain Solvent Propaganda)
Mueco: Controlled Information 7" (Brain Solvent Propaganda)
Rubella Ballet: Day Glo Daze Singles 12" (Last Hour)
Columna: Las Cosas Que Perdemos 12" (Last Hour)
False Figure: S/T 12" (Last Hour)
Arctic Flowers: Straight To The Hunter 12” (self-released)
Various: Salad Days Soundtrack 12" (MVD Audio)
Worse: Love Is in the Earth cassette (Made In Kansas)
Groove Domestic Product: Demo cassette (Cleta-Patra)
Chronophage: Prolog for Tomorrow 12" (Cleta-Patra)
Chronophage: Demo cassette (self-released)
Absolut: 2013 Demo 12" (Monolith)
Zygote: A Wind of Knives 12" (Monolith)
Fuerza Bruta: Somos El Mal 7" (Warthog Speak)
Wolfbrigade: Comalive 12" (Havoc)
Havittajat: Hatatila 12" (Hardcore Victim)
Crimpshrine: The Sound of a New World Being Born 12" (Numero Group)
Shellac: At Action Park 12" (Touch & Go)
Shellac: Terraform 12" (Touch & Go)
Massacre: From Beyond 12" (Earache)
Brainbombs: Burning Hell 12" (Armageddon Shop)
Brainbombs: Fucking Mess 12" (Armageddon Shop)
Cynic: Humanoid 10" (Season of Mist)
Mayhem: Chimera 12" (Season of Mist)
Mayhem: Grand Declaration of War (2018 remix) 12" (Season of Mist)
Mayhem: Ordo ad Chao 12" (Season of Mist)
The Sacrifice: S/T 12" (Season of Mist)
Mogwai: Mr. Beast 12" (euro import)
Drudkh: Anti-Urban 12" (Osmose Productions)
Samael: Worship Him 12" (Osmose Productions)
Immortal: Diabolical Full Moon Mysticism 12" (Osmose Productions)
Immortal: Pure Holocaust 12" (Osmose Productions)
Malibu Ken, Aesop Rock & Tobacco: Malibu Ken 12" (Rhymesayers)
Pedro the Lion: Phoenix 12" (Polyvinyl)
Toro Y Moi: Outer Peace 12" (Carpark)
Grateful Dead: Skeletons from the Closet: The Best of 12" (Rhino)
Mac Demarco: Salad Days 12" (Captured Tracks)
Mac Demarco: Another One 12" (Captured Tracks)
Mac Demarco: This Old Dog 12" (Captured Tracks)
LCD Soundsystem: S/T 12" (Parlophone)
LCD Soundsystem: Sound of Silver 12" (Parlophone)
The Beta Band: Three EPs 12" (Because Music)
Bremen: Enter Silence 12" (Blackest Ever Black)
Nocturnal Emissions: Spirit 12" (Mannequin)
Sauna Youth: Deaths 12" (Upset The Rhythm)
Leadbelly: King of the 12-string Guitar 12" (Wax Love)
Blind Boy Fuller: East Coast Piedmont Style 12" (Columbia)
Sharon Van Etten: Remind Me Tomorrow 12" (Jagjaguwar)
Taking By Sunday: Twenty 12" (Craft Recordings)
Poppy: Am I a Girl? 12" (Mad Decent)
Imagine Dragons: Origins 12" (Interscope)
The 1975: Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships 12" (Dirty Hit)
The 1975: S/T 12" (Dirty Hit)
Greta Van Fleet: Anthem of the Peaceful Army 12" (Republic)
Kings of Leon: Aha Shake Heartbreak 12" (RCA)
Kings of Leon: Youth & Young Manhood 12" (RCA)
Matt & Kim: Grand 12" (Fader Label)
Lady Gaga: A Star Is Born 12" (Interscope)
Foo Fighters: Concrete + Gold 12" (Roswell)
Foo Fighters: S/T 12" (Roswell)
Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape 12" (Roswell)
Coheed + Cambria: Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV Volume One 12" (Columbia)
Oasis: Definitely Maybe 12" (Creation)
Mumford + Sons: Babel 12" (Glassnote)
John Mayer: Continuum 12" (Columbia)
John Mayer: Room for Squares 12" (Columbia)
Queens of the Stone Age: Era Vulgaris 12" (Ipecac)
Queens of the Stone Age: Rated R 12" (Interscope)
Mewithoutyou: Untitled Album 12" (Run For Cover)
mewithoutyou: [Untitled] EP 12" (Run For Cover)
Revolting Cocks: Linger Ficken' Good...And Other Barnyard Oddities 12" (Run Out Groove)
Gram Parsons: GP 12" (Reprise)
Flatbush Zombies: Vacation in Hell 12" (Glorious Dead)
Slumgang: Fermented 12" (YOFC)
Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers: Bought to Rot 12" (Bloodshot)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Kaleidoscope 12" (Geffen)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Hyaena 12" (Geffen)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Rapture 12" (Geffen)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Peepshow 12" (Geffen)
Kikagaku Moyo: Masana Temples 12" (Guru Guru Brain)
Cosmic Eye: Dream Sequence 12" (Sound Edition)
Mask: World Gone Crazy cassette (Slugsalt)
Left Hand Drive: Jailbait b/w Motorway Crow 7" (Splattered!)
Kronstadt Uprising: The Unknown Revolution 7" (Antitodo)
Richard Papiercuts: Twisting the Night 12" (Ever/Never)
Black Earth: A Cryptic Howl of Morbid Truth 12" (Bestiarie)


Khiis: Saboor 7" (Distort Reality)
Warthog: 4th 7" (Toxic State)
Deseos Primitivos: Existir 7" (self-released)
Fatamorgana: S/T cassette (Discos MMM)
Ripcord: Harvest Hardcore 7" (YOFC)
Heavy Metal: Too Oz for I.T. 7" (Total Punk)
Chain Cult: Isolated 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Chian Cult: S/T 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Constant Mongrel: Living in Excellence 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Crisis: Hymns of Faith 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Disaster: War Cry 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Disclose: Yesterday's Fairytale 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Exotica: Musique Exotique #03 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Kriegshog: S/T 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Kriegshog: S/T 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Rat Cage: Blood on Your Boots 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Rata Negra: Justicia Cosmica 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Rata Negra: Odio Absoluto 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Rixe: Collection 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
SHIT: Complete SHIT 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Subdued: 4 Track EP 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Ultra: Alta Montaña 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Bad Religion: Into the Unknown 12" (euro import)
Diat: Positive Energy 12" (Iron Lung)
Geld: Perfect Texture 12" (Iron Lung)
Physique: Punk Life Is Shit 12" (Iron Lung)
Total Control: Typical System 12" (Iron Lung)
Total Control: Henge Beat 12" (Iron Lung)
Dark Thoughts: At Work 12" (Stupid Bag)
Craft: Terror Propaganda 12" (Season of Mist)
Craft: Total Soul Rape 12" (Season of Mist)
Mayhem: Deathcrush 12" (Back On Black)
Noose Rot: The Creeeping Unknown 12" (Sentient)
Sodom: Agent Orange 12" (SPV)
Wolfbrigade: A D-Beat Odyssey 12" (Havoc)
Discharge: Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing 12" (Havoc)
Discharge: Why? 12" (Havoc)
Discharge: Realities of War 7" (Havoc)
Discharge: Decontrol 7" (Havoc)
Discharge: Fight Back 7" (Havoc)
Discharge: Never Again 7" (Havoc)
Discharge: State Violence, State Control 7" (Havoc)
Blitz: Voice of a Generation 12" (PHR)
Voorhees: What You See Is What You Get 7" (Havoc)
Urbanoia: Psykisk Terror 7" (Havoc)
Sensuuri: Kaupunki Nukku 7" (Svart)
Sensuuri: Kiroitan Seinaan 7" (Svart)
RF7: Acts of Defiance 7" (Puke N Vomit)
Avfall: Dish It Out 7" (Havoc)
Desperat: Demokrati Eller Diktatur 7" (Beach Impediment)
Kikeiji: ADK 7" (ADK)
Karanteeni: Sid Vicious 7" (Svart)
Karanteeni: Kaljupainen Gangsteri 7" (Svart)
Lapinpolthajat: Wahroosin Elama 7" (Svart)
Lama: S/T 12" (Svart)
Lama: Ja Mikaan Ei Muutiunut 12" (Svart)
Karanteeni: Anna Palla, Frank! 12" (Svart)
Impact: Attraverso L'Involucro 12" (Radiation)
Various: Yalta Hi Life 12" (Power It Up)
Teargas: Way of All Flesh 12" (Havoc)
Symbol Six: S/T 12" (Dr. Strange)
So Much Hate: How We Feel 12" (Norwegian Leather)
Ratos de Porao: Crucificadas Pelo Sistema 12" (Beat Generation)
Neuroot: Buy or Die 12" (Civilisation)
Bikini Kill: S/T 12" (Bikini Kill)
Bikini Kill: Revolution Girl Style Now 12" (Bikini Kill)
Bikini Kill: The Singles 12" (Bikini Kill)
Bikini Kill: Yeah Yeah Yeah 12" (Bikini Kill)
Dag Nasty: Can I Say 12" (Dischord)
Dag Nasty: Dag with Shawn 12" (Dischord)
Dag Nasty: Wig Out at Denko's 12" (Dischord)
Faith / Void: Split 12" (Dischord)
Fugazi: End Hits 12" (Dischord)
Fugazi: In on the Kill Taker 12" (Dischord)
Fugazi: Margin Walker 12" (Dischord)
Fugazi: Red Medicine 12" (Dischord)
Fugazi: S/T 12" (Dischord)
Fugazi: Repeater 12" (Dischord)
Fugazi: Steady Diet of Nothing 12" (Dischord)
Gray Matter: Food for Thought 12" (Dischord)
Lungfish: ACR1999 12" (Dischord)
Lungfish: Pass and Stow 12" (Dischord)
Lungfish: Rainbows from Atoms 12" (Dischord)
Lungfish: Sound in TIme 12" (Dischord)
Minor Threat: S/T 12" (Dischord)
Minor Threat: Out of Step 12" (Dischord)
Rites of Spring: S/T 12" (Dischord)
Void: Sessions 12" (Dischord)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: F#A# 12" (Constellation)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: Lift Your Skinny Fists 12" (Constellation)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor: Yanqui UXO 12" (Constellation)
Mac Demarco: 2 12" (Captured Tracks)
LCD Soundsystem: This Is Happening 12" (Virgin)
Bon Iver: For Emma, Forever Ago 12" (JagJaguwar)
Bon Iver: S/T 12" (JagJaguwar)
Bon Iver: 22, A Million 12" (JagJaguwar)
Angel Olsen: My Woman 12" (JagJaguwar)
Angel Olsen: Phases 12" (JagJaguwar)
The Creation: Action Painting 12" (Numero Group)
John Carpenter: Halloween OST 12" (Sacred Bones)
Various: Killed by Deathrock Vol 2 12" (Sacred Bones)
Zero Boys: Vicious Circle 12" (Secretly Canadian)
Zero Boys: History of 12" (Secretly Canadian)
The War on Drugs: Slave Ambient 12" (Secretly Canadian)
The War on Drugs: Future Weather 12" (Secretly Canadian)
The War on Drugs: Lost in the Dream 12" (Secretly Canadian)
Big Black: Atomizer 12" (Touch & Go)
The Fix: The Speed of Twisted Thought 12" (Touch & Go)
Slint: Spiderland (remastered) 12" (Touch & Go)
The Jesus Lizard: Liar 12" (Touch & Go)
Negative Appraoch: S/T 7" (Touch & Go)
The Jesus Lizard: Goat 12" (Touch & Go)
Mumford + Sons: Delta 12" (Glassnote)
Eric Church: Desperate Man 12" (EMI)
Tyler the Creator: Scum Fuck Flower Boy 12" (Columbia)
Tyler the Creator: Goblin 12" (XL Recordings)
Cranberries: Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can't We 12" (Island)
Jason Isbell: Nashville Sound 12" (Southeastern)
Weezer: Pinkerton 12" (Geffen)
Brand New: I Am a Nightmare 12" (Pmtraitors)
Brand New: Your Favourite Weapon 12" (Triple Crown)
Brand New: Deja Entendu 12" (Triple Crown)
Tom Petty: Greatest Hits 12" (Geffen)
Michael Jackson: Thriller 12" (Epic)
Lauryn Hill: The Miseducation of 12" (Columbia)
Oasis: (What's the Story) Morning Glory 12" (Big Brother)
Nirvana: Unplugged in New York 12" (DGC)
Nirvana: Nevermind 12" (DGC)
Nirvana: Bleach 12" (Sub Pop)
Nirvana: In Utero 12" (DGC)
Jimi Hendrix: Axis: Bold as Love 12" (Columbia)
The Lumineers: S/T 12" (Dualtone)
King Crimson: In the Court of the Crimson King 12" (Inner Knot)
Alice in Chains: Dirt 12" (Music On Vinyl)
Neutral Milk Hotel: On Avery Island 12" (Merge)
Bob Marley: Legend 12" (Island)
Guns N Roses: Appetite for Destruction 12" (Geffen)
Amy Winehouse: Back to Black 12" (Island)
The Strokes: Is This It? 12" (RCA)
Outkast: Stankonia 12" (LaFace)
Outkast: ATLiens 12" (LaFace)
DJ Shadow: Endtroducing 12" (Mowax)
Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers 12" (36 Chambers)
Circle Jerks: Group Sex 12" (Frontier)
Adolescents: S/T 12" (Frontier)
Misfits: Collection 2 12" (Caroline)
Misfits: Earth AD 12" (Caroline)
Descendents: Milo Goes to College 12" (SST)
Black Flag: Damaged 12" (SST)
Dead Kennedys: Give Me Convenience 12" (Manifesto)
Dead Kennedys: Plastic Surgery Disasters 12" (Manifesto)
Beastie Boys: Licensed to Ill 12" (Capitol)
Beastie Boys: Paul's Boutique 12" (Capitol)
Blink 182: Enema of the State 12" (SRC)
Childish Gambino: Awaken My Love 12" (Glassnote)
Childish Gambino: Because the Internet 12" (Glassnote)
Death Grips: Money Store 12" (Epic)
Death Grips: Year of the Snitch 12" (Third World)
Kanye West: Late Registration 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Kanye West: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Kendrick Lamar: Damn 12" (Interscope)
Lana Del Rey: Born To Die 12" (Polydor)
Ol Dirty Bastard: Return to the 36 Chambers 12" (Elektra)
Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon 12" (Pink Floyd)
SZA: CTRL 12" (Top Dawg)
Various: The Harder They Come OST 12" (Island)
Wilco: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot 12" (Nonesuch)
Van Morrison: Astral Weeks 12" (Rhino)
The Replacements: Let It Be 12" (Twin Tone)
The Cure: Disintegration 12" (Rhino)
The Cure: Greatest Hits 12" (Rhino)
Sleep: Holy Mountain 12" (Earache)
Sex Pistols: Never Mind the Bollocks 12" (Rhino)
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Blood Sugar Sex Magick 12" (Warner Bros)
Radiohead: OK Computer 12" (XL Recordings)
Radiohead: Kid A 12" (XL Recordings)
Notorious BIG: Life After Death 12" (Bad Boy)
Metallica: Kill 'em All 12" (Blackened)
Metallica: Master of Puppets 12" (Blackened)
Metallica: Ride the Lightning 12" (Blackened)
Metallica: Black Album 12" (Blackened)
Led Zeppelin: Houses of the Holy 12" (Atlantic)
Led Zeppelin: III 12" (Atlantic)
Led Zeppelin: I 12" (Atlantic)
Green Day: Insomniac 12" (Reprise)
Green Day: Dookie 12" (Reprise)
Fleetwood Mac: Rumours 12" (Reprise)
Gorillaz: Demon Days 12" (Parlophone)
David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust 12" (Parlophone)
Celtic Frost: To Mega Therion 12" (Noise)
Black Sabbath: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath 12" (Rhino)
Beach House: 7 12" (Sub Pop)
Bad Religion: How Could Hell Be Any Worse 12” (Epitaph)
NOFX: Punk in Drublic 12" (Epitaph)
Rancid: Let's Go 12" (Epitaph)
Snoopy Doggy Dogg: Doggystyle 12" (Death Row)
2pac: All Eyez on Me 12" (Death Row)
Makaveli: The 7 Day Theory 12" (Death Row)
Dr. Dre: The Chronic 12" (Death Row)
This Heat: S/T 12" (Modern Classics Recordings)
This Heat: Deceit 12" (Modern Classics Recordings)

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