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Featured Release Roundup: November 1, 2018

CB Radio Gorgeous: Plays CB Radio Gorgeous cassette (Not Normal) Demo cassette from yet another great punk band out of the Chicago area on Not Normal Tapes. Like a lot of those bands, CB Radio Gorgeous features members of other bands you know, but they don’t feel like a continuation or an extension of a previous project, but rather their own thing. They bear similarities to Big Zit’s Bad Brains-isms, mostly because they play so damn fast and their songs are so great. The production reminds me of the Bad Brains’ Black Dots material and the songs have smart arrangements that make room for all the band’s excellent players to bounce off one another. You’ll often hear a melodic bass line cruising past a guitar riff in a different direction or a drum fill finding its perfect home in the space left open in a riff. Whether CB Radio Gorgeous are in full-on, blistering Bad Brains mode or they’re doing one of their more mid-paced, Dangerhouse-y tracks they keep every second of this tape lively and interesting. I’ve heard a lot of interesting things out of Chicago over the past few years, but this is among the best.

Deodorant: Smells Good 12” (Not Normal) Not Normal digs into Chicago’s bowels and brings us yet another great, unique band. I can’t think of another scene that has nurtured such a diverse and ambitious group of bands over the past few years. Bless Not Normal for documenting so much of it. As for Deodorant, that they’ve laid these tracks to vinyl rather than Not Normal’s default cassette format signals they’ve put in a little more work here. The 12 tracks (well, 14 counting the intro and outro) chew up and spit out a huge range of punk styles, from Big Boys punk/funk, to Butthole Surfers-esque dirge, to Germs-esque nihilistic hardcore, to Dead Kennedys / Crucifucks-esque mockery. Stylistic uniformity has become less popular in the punk scene lately, but Deodorant push it further than most, seemingly determined never to repeat a move or an idea. And like a lot of the bands on Not Normal, they counter-balance their musical ambition with a rough, DIY production style that captures the anger, aggression, and alienation we all look for in punk music while still leaving room for moments of beauty to emerge. If you’re a fan of genre-benders like Warm Bodies or Brown Sugar, this will get you going, but anyone with a taste for left-of-center hardcore should give this a listen.

Fuckin’ Lovers: Electric Lover cassette (self-released) Demo cassette from this new band out of Philadelphia featuring most of Allergy, whom you may remember from a handful of ripping noise-punk records over the past few years. Fuckin’ Lovers played a killer set here in North Carolina a few days ago and I grabbed copies of the tape for the SSR faithful. While Fuckin’ Lovers take inspiration from the same Japanese noise-punk sounds as Allergy (e.g. Confuse, Gai, etc.), Fuckin’ Lovers also represents a subtle stylistic shift. First, instead of having a stand-alone vocalist, the bassist and guitarist share vocal duties, often engaging in memorable back-and-forth trade-offs that add an extra layer of excitement to the songs. Second, Fuckin’ Lovers inject a Swankys-esque sense of fun into their songs. While they’re not as over the top pogo-punk as, say, Sad Boys, allowing the bass to carry the melody makes these songs jump out, and the melodic quality to the bass lines makes for an intriguing contrast with the guitar’s total noise assault and the drums’ relentless pounding. Fuckin’ Lovers work within stylistic boundaries here, but they’re finding their own place within them and honing their unique take.

Stigmatism: S/T 7” (Beach Impediment) 9 songs of total United Blood worship from this New York (or is it New York / Montreal?) project. By the crushing breakdown that comes less than 20 seconds into the first track you’ll have a clear idea of what Stigmatism does and how good they are at doing it. Bands who say they’re influenced by Agnostic Front are a dime a dozen, but few make use of the stylistic tropes of the United Blood era that Stigmatism adopt: things like playing any given part about half as long as you expect them to; unexpected and non-intuitive shifts in tempo; and jagged, non-linear songwriting (see, for instance, “Your Demise,” whose parts seem to be stitched together almost at random). There are few points where they crib directly from their most important source material (“Business End” sounds quite a lot like “Last Warning”), instead reverse engineering AF’s classic tunes and building new ones using the same tools and skills. If you liked the Ammo demo we hyped a few weeks back, you’ll want to pick this up (though it’s more polished and a little less unhinged), but the bottom line is that if you’re intrigued by a band in 2018 playing a note-perfect United Blood homage, there’s no way this is going to disappoint you.

Swankys: This Is My Lifestyle 7” (Crowmaniax) The Crowmaniax label gives us another lovingly executed, detail-oriented reissue of a Japanese hardcore classic, and this time it’s the Swankys’ first EP from 1985. In case you aren’t familiar with the history (all the info is coming from the recently released Flex Japanese discography book BTW), Swankys started in 1982, then changed their name to Gai in 1983, releasing (alongside Confuse, with whom they’re almost always mentioned) some of the most brutal, wild, and exciting noise-punk ever created. Then in 1985 they changed their name back to the Swankys and shifted their style somewhat, incorporating the simple, sing-song-y melodies of bands like the Toy Dolls, the Adicts, and Asta Kask. This Is My Lifestyle finds the band right on the cusp of that second transition. They recorded two of the tracks while they still called the band Gai (they also appeared on Gai's Damnation cassette), one is a re-recording of an older Gai song, and only the title track is a new composition. Unsurprisingly this is the one that anticipates where the Swankys would go on future releases. So many bands have ripped off the Swankys’ formula that it's hard to hear them for how revolutionary their sound was, but there’s no denying this is a great EP. While the guitars aren’t as ludicrously abstract as, say, Confuse’s Indignation, no noise punker will be disappointed with this EP. Perhaps my favorite aspect of This Is My Lifestyle, though, is the vocals. The vocalist merges the growling Japanese vocal style I associate with GISM and Execute with a Johnny Rotten-esque sneer. The single greatest moment on this record is on “Fundamental,” when one of those guttural screams somehow disintegrates into a laugh. What a perfect summation of what the Swankys were all about.

Rata Negra: Justicia Cosmica 12” (La Vida Es Un Mus) One of LVEUM’s flagship bands returns with their long-awaited second LP. As on their first LP, Rata Negra strike a perfect balance between the sweet and salty, delivering song after song that makes you sing along by your second listen, but continues to reveal new wrinkles even after many repeat listens (which, I assure you, this has gotten). The vocal lines are big, broad, and memorable; that’s no surprise if you’re familiar with the band’s first LP or the singer’s previous band, the underrated Juanita Y Los Feos. If you’re a fan of Masshysteri’s big singalongs, her vocals are the aspect of the band you’ll latch onto first, and I promise you’ll love them just as much. For me, though, the guitar work is where Justicia Cosmica shines. While the vocals are blunt and forceful, the guitars are cagey and chameleon-like, shifting between the melodic post-punk leads of “Sombras,” the almost jazzy “Te Elevas,” the surfy “En Su Boca El Veneno,” and the more Johnny Thunders-esque “Vergüenza.” Besides the guitarist’s stylistic flexibility keeping monotony well at bay, his leads are almost always the darker, dissonant counterpoint to to the broader, brighter vocal melodies. It’s that interplay that makes Rata Negra so great. This is music you want to sing along with on a rainy day, not a sunny one. The recording here is powerful and texturally rich, the artwork looks cool… it’s an A+ LP all around, and recommended for anyone who doesn’t mind a big dose of melody in their punk.

Geld: Soft Power 7” (Iron Lung) After the head-turning Perfect Texture LP here’s a new 4-songer from Australia’s Geld. We get three hardcore burners on the a-side and a single, longer track on the flip. As I listen to the tracks on the a-side, I keep thinking of the Impalers. Geld share some of Impalers’ stylistic tropes, like the wild, over-the-top solo in “Burning Hammer” and their general way of playing big, tough-sounding hardcore that stays in the pocket even when accelerating to impossibly fast speeds. Impalers are the gold standard for hardcore bands who can play, and when I make that comparison it’s meant to say you’re dealing with top-notch hardcore musicianship, as is the case here. Geld, however, have this whole other arty dimension that’s at least as big a part of their music as the ferocious hardcore. That pops up even on their fast songs, but it’s most evident on the record’s b-side, which they devote to the lurching “L.O.W.A.G.” This track’s apocalyptic vibe reminds me of the Birthday Party at their best. They also add a saxophone to the band’s usual lineup for this track, though the sax sits back in the mix. This isn’t just one of those “hardcore dirges” where you get a single riff repeated ad nauseam. There are plenty of wild and noisy guitar pyrotechnics to occupy your attention. It makes perfect sense that Geld have found a home on Iron Lung Records, who have always alternated servings of meat and potatoes with the latest trends in conceptual gastronomy. That Geld unite these two poles makes them perhaps the quintessential Iron Lung Records band.

All New Arrivals

Rata Negra: Justicia Cosmica 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Rat Cage: Blood On Your Boots 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Constant Mongrel: Living In Excellence 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Sial: Binasa 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Hard Skin: Not Messing Around 7" (JT Classics)
Hard Skin: We're The Business - Singles 1975-1977 12" (JT Classics)
Music City: Pretty Feelings 7" (Static Shock)
Bad Religion: Into The Unknown 12" (euro import)
Diastereomer: Ignition Advancer 12" (Bitter Lake Recordings)
Various: Veritahroja Suomipunkin Salatut Sävelet 1979-1983 12" (Svart)
Roserose / Sic: Split 12" (Decoy)
Kina: Irreale Realta 12" (Spittle)
Swankys: Never Can Eat Swank Dinner 12" (Rat)
Target of Demand: Man's Ruin 12" (Radiation)
GBH: Leather, Bristles, Studs & Acne 12" (Cleopatra)
C: Warning! Neighborhood Nuisance Session Assault For You! 7" (Hardcore Survives)
Existenz: Let's Get Drunk Before It's Too Late 12" (Heptown)
Quietus: Volume Four 12" (Ever/Never)
Ragtime Frank: I Know Said the King 12" (Ever/Never)
High on Fire: Electric Messiah 12" (Entertainment One)
Jade Hairpins: Mother Man b/w Gracefully 12” (Merge)
Fucked Up: Dose Your Dreams 12" (Merge)
Swearin': Fall Into the Sun 12" (Merge)
The Promise Ring: Wood/Water 12" (Anti-)
Pedro the Lion: Achilles' Heel 12" (Jade Tree)
L7: S/T 12" (Epitaph)
Television: Marquee Moon 12" (Rhino)
Dio: Lock Up the Wolves 12" (Reprise)
Coheed and Cambria: The Unheavenly Creatures 12" (Roadrunner)
Blood Orange: Negro Swan 12" (Domino)
Cat Power: Wanderer 12" (Domino)
Twenty One Pilots: Trench 12" (Fueled By Ramen)
Kanye West: Late Registration 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Childish Gambino: Because the Internet 12" (Glassnote)
Lauryn Hill: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 12" (Columbia)
J Cole: 2014 Forest Hills Drive 12" (Roc Nation)
EL-P: Cancer for Cure 12" (Fat Possum)
Eric Church: Desperate Man 12" (EMI)
C.H.E.W.: Feeding Frenzy 12" (Iron Lung)
Geld: Soft Power 7" (Iron Lung)
Convenience: Stop Pretending 7" (Iron Lung)
No Statik: Mysterious to Ourselves 12" (Iron Lung)
Despair: Visions of the Inferno 12" (Brain Damage)
False Ritual: S/T 7" (Doomsday)
Ripcord: Harvest Hardcore 7" (YOFC)
Ultra Razzia: S/T 12" (Foreign Legion)
Various: Destroy All Art Volume 2 12" (Rock N’ Roll Parasite)
Jade Hairpins: Mother Man b/w Gracefully 12" (Merge)
Neura: Escapar 7" (Discos Enfermos)
Khiis: Demo flexi 7" (Discos Enfermos)
Suede: S/T 12" (Demon)
Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats: Wasteland 12" (Rise Above)
Windhand: Eternal Return 12" (Relapse)
Exploded View: Obey 12" (Sacred Bones)
Mercyful Fate: Don't Break the Oath 12" (Metal Blade)
Mercyful Fate: Melissa 12" (Metal Blade)
Dio: Strange Highways 12" (Reprise)
Dio: Sacred Heart 12" (Reprise)
Kurt Vile: Bottle It In 12" (Matador)
The Fall: I am Kurious, Oranj 12" (Beggar’s Banquet)
Basement: Beside Myself 12" (Fueled By Ramen)
Wolves in the Throne Room: Two Hunters 12" (Southern Lord)
Wolves in the Throne Room: Black Cascade 12" (Southern Lord)
Wolves in the Throne Room: Celestial Lineage 12" (Southern Lord)
Leviathan: Massive Conspiracy Against All Life 12" (Moribund)
Death Grips: Year of the Snitch 12" (Third Worlds)
The Swankys: This Is My Lifestyle 7" (Crowmaniax)
Life Sentence: S/T 12" (Jet Speed)
DuChamp Kansas City: 1980 12" (Alonas Dream)
Cloud Nothings: Last Building Burning 12" (Carpark)
John Carpenter: Halloween OST 12" (Sacred Bones)
Alkaline Trio: Is This Thing Cursed? 12" (Epitaph)
Big Black: Songs About Fucking 12" (Touch & Go)
Silicon Teens: Music for Parties 12" (Mute)
Minus the Bear: Fair Enough 12" (Suicide Squeeze)
Various: Switched-On Eugene 12" (Numero Group)
Grateful Dead: From the Mars Hotel 12" (Rhino)
Grateful Dead: Blues for Allah 12" (Rhino)
Grateful Dead: Wake of the Flood 12" (Rhino)
Blood Pressure: Surrounded 12" (Beach Impediment)
Vanity: Evening Reception 12" (Beach Impediment)
L'Amour: Look to the Artist 1978-1981 12" (Beach Impediment)
Stigmatism: S/T 7" (Beach Impediment)
Fuckin’ Lovers: Electric Lover Demo cassette (Fuckers Will Pay)
Jellicoe & Woodbury: Doubt/Fear 7” (Quality Control HC)
Poison Idea: Feel the Darkness 12" (TKO)
Carbonas: Your Moral Superiors: Singles & Rarities 12" (Goner)
GØGGS: Pre Strike Sweep 12" (In The Red)
Sick Thoughts: S/T 12" (Goner)
Deodorant: Smells Good 12" (Not Normal)
CB Radio Gorgeous: Plays CB Radio Gorgeous cassette (Not Normal)
The Floor Above: Assault on Still Live cassette (Not Normal)
The Lipschitz: Lava cassette (Not Normal)
Roy Kinsey: Blackie cassette (Not Normal)
Satan's Satyrs: The Lucky Ones 12" (Bad Omen)
Opeth: Pale Communication 12" (Rhino)
Alkaline Trio: Crimson 12" (Vagrant)
Alkaline Trio: From Here to Infirmary 12" (Vagrant)
Alkaline Trio: Good Mourning 12" (Vagrant)
Windhand: Eternal Return 12" (Relapse)
Boy George and Culture Club: Life 12" (BMG)
The Kinks: Are the Village Green Preservation Society 12" (Sanctuary)
Unleashed: The Hunt for White Christ 12" (Napalm)
Skinny Puppy: Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse 12" (Nettwerk)
Skinny Puppy: Cleanse Fold and Manipulate 12" (Nettwerk)
Bauhaus: Mask 12" (Beggar’s Banquet)
Bauhaus: In the Flat Field 12" (Beggar’s Banquet)
Coven: Witchcraft Destroys Minds and Reaps Souls 12" (Real Gone Music)
NOFX: The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us) 12" (Epitaph)
Super Unison: Stella 12" (Death Wish)
Fad Gadget: Fireside Favorites 12" (Mute)
Skeletonwitch: Beyond the Permafrost 12" (Prosthetic)
Cranberries: Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can't We 12" (Island)
N.E.R.D.: Seeing Sounds 12" (Interscope)
R.E.M.: Best of R.E.M. at the BBC 12" (Craft Recordings)
Adult.: This Behavior 12" (Dias)
Daughters: You Won't Get What You Want 12" (Ipecac)
Saves the Day: 9 12" (Equal Vision)
Craft: Total Soul Rape 12" (Season of Mist)
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit: Live from the Ryman 12" (Southeastern)
Tyrant: Too Late to Pray 12" (Blood & Iron)
Death from Above 1979: Heads Up 12" (Ancient Fashion)
Direct Hit: Crown of Nothing 12" (Fat Wreck Chords)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard: 12 Bar Bruise 12" (ATO)
Silver Jews: American Water 12" (Drag City)
Silver Jews: Natural Bridge 12" (Drag City)


Gauze: 4th LP 12" (Crowmaniax)
Gauze: 3rd LP 12" (Crowmaniax)
Stimulators: Loud Fast Rules 7" (Frontier)
Kina: Nessuno Schema Nella Mia Vita 12" (Spittle)
Beach Boys: Pet Sounds (mono) 12" (Capitol)
Beastie Boys: Licensed to Ill 12" (Def Jam)
Brand New: I Am a Nightmare 12" (Pmtraitors)
Brand New: Science Fiction 12" (Pmtraitors)
Kanye West: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Kanye West: College Dropout 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Death Grips: Bottomless Pit 12" (Third Worlds)
Jason Isbell: Something More than Free 12" (Southeastern)
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit: Nashville Sound 12" (Southeastern)
Death: Human 12" (Relapse)
Khalid: American Teen 12" (RCA)
Childish Gambino: Camp 12" (Glassnote)
A Tribe Called Quest: Midnight Merauders 12" (Jive)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: The Scream 12" (Polydor)
Rise Against: Ghost Note Symphonies Vol 1 12" (Capitol)
Outkast: ATLiens 12" (LaFace)
Lord Huron: Lonesome Dreams 12" (I Am Sound)
SZA: CTRL 12" (Top Dawg Entertainment)
Rage Against the Machine: Live at the Olympic Grand Auditorium 12" (Epic)
Physique: Punk Life Is Shit 12" (Iron Lung)
Geld: Perfect Texture 12" (Iron Lung)
Brand New: Deja Entendu 12" (Triple Crown)
Brian Eno: Before and After Science 12" (Astralwerks)
Jay Reatard: Blood Visions 12" (Fat Possum)
Kanye West: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Kendrick Lamar: Good Kid M.A.A.D. City 12" (Interscope)
Mayhem: Deathcrush 12" (Back On Black)
Michael Jackson: Thriller 12" (Epic)
Misfits: Collection 12" (Caroline)
Misfits: Die Die My Darling 12" (Caroline)
Misfits: Legacy of Brutality 12" (Caroline)
Nirvana: Unplugged in New York 12" (DGC)
The Clash: London Calling 12" (Columbia)
Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon 12" (Sony)
Rage Against the Machine: Renegades 12" (Epic)
Various: The Harder They Come OST 12" (Island)
Eric Church: Desperate Man 12" (EMI)
U2: Achtung Baby 12" (Island)
The Wonder Years: Sister Cities 12" (Hopeless)
Brand New: The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me 12" (Interscope)
Dead Kennedys: Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death 12" (Manifesto)
Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables 12" (Manifesto)
Dead Kennedys: In God We Trust Inc 12" (Manifesto)
Black Flag: Six Pack 7" (SST)
Black Flag: TV Party 7" (SST)
Descendents: Milo Goes to College 12" (SST)
Black Flag: Everything Went Black 12" (SST)
Minutemen: Double Nickels on the Dime 12" (SST)
Bad Brains: I Against I 12" (SST)
Blink 182: Enema of the State 12" (SRC Vinyl)
The Clay: Middle East Combat Area 7" (Crowmaniax)
Ghoul: Jarusalem 7" (Crowmaniax)
Banned: Banned in Chicago 12" (Alonas Dream)
Chiller: S/T 7" (self-released)
Various: Basement Beehive: The Girl Group Underground 12" (Numero Group)
Van Morrison: Astral Weeks 12" (Rhino)
The Cure: Disintegration 12" (Rhino)
The Cure: Greatest Hits 12" (Rhino)
The Cure: Pornography 12" (Rhino)
The Cure: The Head on the Door 12" (Rhino)
The Cure: Three Imaginary Boys 12" (Rhino)
Sex Pistols: Never Mind the Bollocks 12" (Rhino)
Notorious B.I.G.: Ready to Die 12" (Rhino)
Black Sabbath: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath 12" (Rhino)
Joy Division: Closer 12" (Rhino)
The Jesus and Mary Chain: Psychocandy 12" (Rhino)
Gang of Four: Entertainment! 12" (Rhino)
Swell Maps: A Trip to Marineville 12" (Secretly Canadian)
Sunny Day Real Estate: LP2 12" (Sub Pop)
Mudhoney: Superfuzz Bigmuff 12" (Sub Pop)
Rancid: And Out Come the Wolves 12" (Epitaph)
NOFX: Punk in Drublic 12" (Epitaph)
Radiohead: Amnesiac 12" (XL Recordings)
Prince: Purple Rain 12" (Warner Bros)
Pavement: Watery, Domestic 12" (Matador)
Metallica: Kill 'em All 12" (Blackened)
Kraftwerk: Trans Europe Express 12" (Parlophone)
David Bowie: The Man Who Sold the World 12" (Parlophone)
David Bowie: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust 12" (Parlophone)
Celtic Frost: To Mega Therion 12" (Noise)
Carcass: Heartwork 12" (Earache)
Can: Ege Bamyasi 12" (Spoon)
2pac: All Eyez On Me 12" (Death Row)
Dr. Dre: The Chronic 12" (Death Row)
Crucifix: Nineteen Eighty-Four 7" (Kustomized)
Poison Idea: War All the Time 12" (TKO)
Portal: Ion 12" (Profound Lore)
Sheer Mag: Compilation 12" (Wilsuns Recording Company)
Sleep: Volume One 12" (Tulepo)
Sonic Youth: Bad Moon Rising 12" (Goofin)
Sonic Youth: Daydreamnation 12" (Goofin)
Suicide: S/T 12" (Superior Viaduct)
The Fall: Slates 10" (Superior Viaduct)
Urinals: Negative Capability 12" (In The Red)
Wire: 154 12" (12XU)
Wire: Chairs Missing 12" (12XU)
Brand New: Devil & God Are Raging Inside Me 12" (Interscope)
Brand New: Your Favorite Weapon 12" (Triple Crown)
Brand New: Deja Entendu 12" (Triple Crown)
Alice in Chains: Dirt 12" (Music On Vinyl)
Childish Gambino: Awaken My Love 12" (Glassnote)
Death Grips: Bottomless Pit 12" (Third Worlds)
Death Grips: Money Store 12" (Epic)
Death Grips: Year of the Snitch 12" (Third Worlds)
Deftones: White Pony 12" (Maverick)
DJ Shadow: Endtroducing 12" (Mowax)
GZA: Liquid Swords 12" (Universal)
Funkadelic: Free Your Mind 12" (Westbound)
Funkadelic: S/T 12" (Westbound)
John Coltrane: A Love Supreme 12" (Impulse)
Kanye West: Late Registration 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Michael Jackson: Thriller 12" (Epic)
Misfits: Collection II 12" (Caroline)
Misfits: Die Die My Darling 12" (Caroline)
Misfits: Legacy of Brutality 12" (Caroline)
The Strokes: Is This It? 12" (RCA)
The Internet: Hive Mind 12" (Columbia)
Weezer: Blue Album 12" (Geffen)
Weezer: Pinkerton 12" (Geffen)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Tinderbox 12" (Polydor)
Outkast: ATLiens 12" (LaFace)
Neu!: S/T 12" (Gronland)
Neu!: Neu! 2 12" (Gronland)
John Bender: Pop Surgery 12" (Superior Viaduct)
Jawbreaker: 24 Hour Revenge Therapy 12" (Blackball)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard: Flying Microtonal Banana 12" (Flightless)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard: I'm in Your Mind Fuzz 12" (Castleface)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard: Murder of the Universe 12" (ATO)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard: Quarters 12" (Castleface)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard: Sketches of Brunswick 12" (ATO)


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