Hello and welcome to another edition of the Sorry State Records newsletter! This week’s newsletter will hit your inbox a little later in the evening if you’re in the US, or closer to morning if you’re in Europe… Australians and our Asian friends will be getting hungry for lunch. Rachel is on vacation this week, and usually I hand off the newsletter text to her to compile the email and various web pages where this content appears, but today that duty is all mine. Of course I have this extra work on a day when it feels like I’m extra busy. I’m trying to clear my desk because I’m jumping in the van with Public Acid this weekend as they play in New York and Philadelphia. I’m excited, but if I’m going to leave town with a clear conscience, I need to burn the midnight oil tonight. If you are going to be at either of the P.A. gigs this weekend, though, come say hi! I’ll be the one who is older and less cool than the rest of the entourage.
On the record front, this is a big week. That Mujeres Podridas LP… fuck! As I write in my description, this thing floored me. Everyone seems to be talking about it, and it looks like it’s going to be one of those records that sells out quickly. If you don’t want to wait for the repress, get your order in right away. Check the rippers in the Featured Releases section as well, because Mujeres Podridas is far from the only group worthy of taking up space on your record shelf this week.