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OK, it’s been months in the making but we are so excited to finally share the next 3 installments of the LAMC series with you! LAMC No. 12 : White Fence / Jack Name 7" (out 9/2/14) LAMC No. 13 : Parquet Courts / Future Punx 7" (out 9/16/14) LAMC No. 14 : Speedy Ortiz / Chris Weisman 7" (out 10/7/14) We’ll have limited edition colored vinyl on all of these puppies, and as they tend to go quick we’d recommend taking a look at the pre-order dates below and keeping an eye on our twitter & instagram for updates. To tide you over we’ve got a sample of the magic that is LAMC No. 12 up on our Bandcamp. Have a listen and enjoy LAMC No. 12In stores September 2nd (Pre-order begins August 2nd at 11am ET) A Side: White Fence - Nero (Has a Lot to Think About) B Side: Jack Name - Belly Full of Blood ▪ ▪ LTD Lipstick Red & Milky Clear A/B with Blue spatter vinyl (edition of 300) ▪ ▪ LTD Lipstick Red vinyl (edition of 500) ▪ ▪ Black Vinyl LAMC No. 13In stores September 16th (Pre-order begins August 30th at 11am ET) A Side: Parquet Courts - This is Happening Now B Side: Future Punx - Spike Train ▪ ▪ LTD Bone & Orange Crush A/B with Black Splatter vinyl (edition of 350) ▪ ▪ Black Vinyl LAMC No. 14 In stores October 7th (Pre-order begins September 13th at 11am ET) A Side: Speedy Ortiz - Doomsday B Side: Chris Weisman – I Took It Off A Record ▪ ▪ LTD Purple & Milky Clear A/B with Yellow splatter vinyl (edition of 200) ▪ ▪ LTD Purple vinyl (edition of 300) ▪ ▪ Black Vinyl LAMC SERIESIn 2012 we launched the LAMC split 7” series in loving memory Ariel Panero, our dear friend and partner in Famous Class. The series gets its name from the epic Less Artists More Condos concerts that Ariel threw, showcasing amazing bands in some strange and unique venues. Ariel’s driving force was a desire to get the bands he believed in the recognition he felt they deserved. This series simply tries to honor that idea. For each LAMC split 7” we ask one of our favorite bands to provide us with an unreleased track for the A-side. We then asked them to pick their favorite emerging artist to provide a track for the B-side. Ariel’s LAMC shows introduced New Yorkers to bands they might not have otherwise discovered – we hope that this series will do the same.