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  1. Any one interested in an IGNITION - “Machination” test press? Vinyl is pristine. I’ll take offers. PM or 978-235-3093 https://imgur.com/gallery/7ixzZTA
  2. REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY are back together again for an important and serious cause: Vic Bondi (Articles of Faith, Jones Very and Alloy, Dead Ending), J Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, Government Issue, Channels, Office of Future Plans, Camorra), Erik Denno (Kerosene 454, Oswego) and Darren Zentek (Kerosene 454, Channels, Office of Future Plans, Oswego) are here to make a difference. REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY started with George W. Bush. Vic Bondi had more or less quit music. For five years he had kept a low profile, working in software and raising a family. And then there were the hanging chads and the Supreme Court appointed Bush, and Bondi's muse, reliably political, asserted itself. He'd been friends with J Robbins of Jawbox and Government Issue fame, and sent him demos for a solo record that J would produce; J liked them enough that he signed on to play bass and recruited erstwhile Channels bandmate Darren Zentek to play drums. The end product, REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY, was better than the sum of the parts and a step up from the demos, so they recruited Darren's Kerosene 454 bandmate, Erik Denno, and make it official: REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY was a band. They had three lead singers. They had a brutal rhythm section. They had complex and dynamic post-hardcore guitars. They sang about what was happening. They played the hell live. Two albums, and one EP later, they put the project on pause. Vic and Erik both moved from New York--Vic to Seattle and Erik to LA--and the logistics of working with J and Darren, both Baltimore residents, made it difficult to continue. And then Trump won the Electoral College. Darren called Vic two days after the election. And J. and Erik. Vic and J wrote new songs. Three months after the election they were back in the studio and tracking. The result? -- Ten tracks smack in the middle of today. About huge moving things, mostly unseen. Relentless. Leviathan. Out December 15 on LP and digital. "Leviathan" will be out December 15 on vinyl and digital. The standard edition of 300 copies will be available on white vinyl, our limited collector’s Zum Heimathafen Art Series edition will be pressed on gold/orange marbled vinyl and come with an exclusive handmade screenprint, limited to 200 copies. All LPs have a download card and an insert included. The album is not up for preorder at http://arcticrodeorecordings.com/shop
  3. Vol. 2 of Arctic Rodeo's charity project PLANET HOME SERIES is now ready and available from the Arctic Rodeo webshop. Just as Vol. 1, which included previously unreleased and exclusive tracks be IAN LOVE (Rival Schools), J ROBBINS (Jawbox, Burning Airlines), STATES & KINGDOMS (feat. members of Rival Schools, Thursday, Small Brown Bike) and MATT PRYOR (The Get Up Kids), Vol. 2 is offered as a super nice and special 4x7" set, limited to 300 copies and a very special packaging. After all profit made with Vol. 1 has been forwarded to the charity organization TERRE DES HOMMES , the label decided to donate all proceeds of PLANET HOME SERIES VOL. 2 to DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS. Just as Vol. 1, each 7" is packed in a beautiful natural cardboard folder donated by PAPIER UNION, processed by DRUCKEREI IN ST. PAULI, and designed and screenprinted by the hands of the artist Alex Hanke at ZUM HEIMATHAFEN. The whole set comes with a CD and is packed in perfectly sized tote bag screenprinted by hand at SHIRTMANUFAKTUR. ROCKY VOTOLATO is part of this release with 2 exclusive songs, and so are DREAMTIGERS (members of Defeater, Caspian, Polar Bear Club, Balmorhea) with their first 2 new songs since their debut album released in 2014 on Arctic Rodeo. Furthermore, J ROBBINS is involved again, performing 2 acoustic versions of the JAWBOX songs "Spoiler" and "68" together with Gordon Withers and Brooks Harlan of War On Women. Last, but not least, BOB NANNA (of Braid, Hey Mercedes and The City On Film) has contributed 2 exclusive tracks to this charity set, including a cover of "Smallpox Champion" by Fugazi. The release date is December 15. There is also a bundle of this set together with 4 LPs of the Arctic Rodeo back catalogue offered at a very special price. All proceeds will be donated. There are still copies of PLANE HOME SERIES Vol. 1 left in stock and a bundle special offer available as well. Swing by at the Arctic Rodeo webshop and snag these beautiful handmade record sets a good cause.
  4. The Washington, D.C. band's second and final album is being reissued for its 20th anniversary (released October 1997). For those unfamiliar with the band, a few members were also involved in other great D.C. bands Faraquet and Medications. If you like DC post-hardcore, check it out. 2LP on clear vinyl limited to 500 copies. Ships on or around December 15. https://swcconart20th.bandcamp.com/
  5. https://theeffects.bandcamp.com/album/eyes-to-the-light Finally a full length from these guys. Features Devin Ocampo (Smart Went Crazy, Faraquet, Medications, probably others) Matt Dowling (Deleted Scenes, probably others) and David Rich (I don't know who he is)
  6. Arctic Rodeo Recordings will release the debut EP of a new project called CAMORRA, including J Robbins (JAWBOX, BURNING AIRLINES, CHANNELS, OFFICE OF FUTURE PLANS, GOVERMNET ISSUE), Jonah Matranga (FAR, NEW END ORIGINAL, ONELINEDRAWING, GRATITUDE, I IS ANOTHER) and Zach Barocas (JAWBOX, BELLS≥ ), supported by Janet Morgan (CHANNELS) and members of WAR ON WOMEN and THE PAUSES. As for the group’s mission, Katy Otto’s liner notes provide an accurate sense of the protest in CAMORRA‘s music. She writes, "We are a world starving for dignity, empathy, and justice. In order to keep working for these things, our souls need to be shored up. The plaintive songs on this album beg for that, for all of us." The debut EP by CAMORRA will be called "Mourning, Resistance, Celebration" and is going to be out on vinyl 10" June 30.
  7. OSWEGO used to be a part of the D.C. independent music scene from the late 90s until 2002. They got together after the former bands Kerosene 454 and The Most Secret Method had broken up. OSWEGO have released one EP in 2000 and one album in 2002, both recorded at Inner Ear studios with J Robbins and out on the Spanish label BCore back then. J Robbins, who also recorded the albums of Kerosene 454 and The Most Secret Method, was joined by Darren Zentek, the drummer in Kerosene 454 and OSWEGO, in his latest bands Channels and Office Of Future Plans. Arctic Rodeo Recordings will re-release the complete OSWEGO collection on wax for the first time. The album will include previously unreleased music, all songs are going to be re-mixed by J Robbins as well as re-mastered. The collection of all songs the band has ever recorded will be out as a double vinyl LP set + CD. Please feel free to visit our Facebook page for updates, news and further infos.
  8. This is one of my favorite recent releases. You can still pick up the tape, but it's being pressed on a 12" listen: https://flasherdc.bandcamp.com/releases Flasher's debut self-titled EP, originally released on cassette in April of 2016, will be reissued on 12" 45rpm vinyl record 11/18. Limited first pressing of 500. Record comes with a digital download code. http://sisterpolygonrecords.bigcartel.com/product/flasher-s-t-ep-12 You can also pick up the new Priests LP, which the 1st 200 will include zine http://sisterpolygonrecords.bigcartel.com/product/priests-nothing-feels-natural-lp
  9. We are very proud to announce the vinyl re-issue of the self titled last studio album from the legendary JAWBOX on Arctic Rodeo Recordings to be released later this year. Furthermore, we will make the band's rarity collection "My Scrapbook of Fatal Accidents" available on vinyl for the first time. After we had put out vinyl re-issues of both albums of J Robbins' BURNING AIRLINES and both releases of his other band CHANNELS, we are very excited to make these JAWBOX re-releases happen as well. Please feel free to surf over to https://www.facebook.com/arcticrodeorecordings for getting further infos and updates. Thanks a lot!
  10. "Later this year, Dischord will release Fugazi’s First Demo. In January 1988, after only ten shows, Fugazi decided to go into Inner Ear Studio to see what their music sounded like on tape. They tracked 11 songs, ten of which were ultimately dubbed to cassette tape and distributed free at shows, with the band encouraging people to share the recording. The only song from the session that has been formally released was “In Defense of Humans,” which appeared on the State of the Union compilation in 1989. Now, some 26 years later, Dischord is releasing the entire demo including the one song (“Turn Off Your Guns”) that wasn’t included on the original cassette. The record has been mastered by TJ Lipple and will be available on CD and LP+Mp3. This release will also coincide with the completion of the initial round of uploads to the Fugazi Live Series website. Launched in 2011, the site now includes information and details on all of Fugazi’s 1000+ live performances and makes available close to 900 concert recordings that were documented by the band and the public." Probably more info soon
  11. We are very proud to announce the vinyl re-release of both CHANNELS albums on Arctic Rodeo. The EP "Open" (CD released on DeSoto Records) will be out as a limited vinyl 10" including a free CD, "Waiting For The Next End Of The World" (CD released on Dischord Records) will pressed on vinyl 12" LP including a free CD. CHANNELS are J Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, Government Issue, Office Of Future Plans), Janet Morgan and Darren Zentek (Kerosene 454, Office Of Future Plans).
  12. Dischord is releasing SOA's First demo on vinyl coming up this march. Here's the post from Dischord. Color me excited. This spring, Dischord will release S.O.A.’s First Demo 12/29/80. This 7” collects the eight songs that the band recorded with Skip Groff at Inner Ear during its first studio session. Henry Garfield formed State of Alert (S.O.A.) in October of 1980 with guitarist Michael Hampton, bassist Wendel Blow, and drummer Simon Jacobsen. The band released 13 songs – three on the Flex Your Head sampler and ten on the No Policy EP – and performed a total of nine shows before splitting up in July of 1981. http://www.dischord.com/news/564/2014/1/soas-first-demo-122980-out-in-march-on-dischord
  13. We're offering a discount on these releases this week -- CD and LP $7 each though Sunday, 12/8 when we'll switch it up to something else. Faith - "Subject to Change + First Demo" Void - "Sessions 1981-83"
  14. 30 years of collecting punk rock records and I'm ready to upgrade to MP3 and make space for new problems in my life. I'll put new punk, hardcore and garage rock related vinyl stuff up every week until I die so bookmark my store and score everything you ever wanted. http://stores.ebay.com/PUNK-R0CK-RECORDS
  15. If you dig the DC sound you should pick up the true head 12" EP. Youngblood just put up the pre- order. Plus, you can pick up a shirt. Tracklist: 01. Bad Baby 02. Dream Child 03. Medicine Man 04. Loose End 05. Bunk Bed 06. True Head Pressing Info: 100 pink 150 clear 200 black (54 blank label / black vinyl records with screened covers were made for the 2012 Youngblood Showcase in Baltimore) http://www.youngblood-records.com/new_store/index.php?cPath=30 You can hear a song on their bandcamp page http://truehead.bandcamp.com/ ...The debut 12" EP from DC's True Head. What initially started as a studio project in early 2012 between Ahron Reihard (Lion of Judah) and Israel Soriano (The First Step) has grown into a fully-formed band. 6 songs of powerful, forlorn hardcore masterfully recorded by the legendary Don Zientara of Inner Ear Studios. An incredible addition to the Youngblood catalog.
  16. I don't think a specific thread has been created yet... Shawn Brown, Jason Farrell and Dave Eight of Swiz and Joe Gorlick of Bluetip have a new band, "Red Hare". Their album, a split release between Dischord and Hellfire, will be out on May 21st. They are also playing a few shows in support, several opening for Coliseum. I don't think there will be many - if you have a chance to see them do so (i already bought a DC ticket). The one song released is pretty awesome (see below). http://www.dischord.com/release/DIS180-5/nites-of-midnite Announced Tour Dates: 5-21 tues- Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory-- with COLISEUM 5-22 wed- Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie-- with COLISEUM 5-23 thu- Washington, DC @ Black Cat-- with COLISEUM 5-24 fri- Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar (Deathfest Afterparty)-- with COLISEUM 5-25 sat- Pawtucket, RI (North Providence) @ Machines with Magnets-- with (TBD)
  17. We've got this set up for pre-order now. It's officially out May 21. http://www.dischord.com/release/DIS180-5/nites-of-midnite
  18. Finally restocked vinyl on the Evens' self-titled and the Embrace LP (On Red vinyl). Those are available here: http://www.dischord.com/release/150/s-t-54 and here (respectively): http://www.dischord.com/release/024/s-t-8
  19. Just got a long-lost box of returns in over at Dischord which included a few titles that have been out of print for a minute, in case anybody is interested. Marginal Man - Identity EP http://www.dischord.com/release/013/identity Black Eyes - Cough http://www.dischord.com/release/145/cough
  20. All the blue with Dave 7"s i have seen have had "Swiz" in purplish blue font on the sleeve. Whereas, the black copies have had "Swiz" in a more blueish blue font. Not sure if there was more than one pressing....Has anyone else noticed something different? Here's a pic to compare. Also, my blue copy came with a glossy white paper insert. Whilst, my black copy had a slightly larger insert on brown unbleached paper. Here's a pic.
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