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Golden Pelicans - Disciples Of Blood
Golden Pelicans
Disciples Of Blood
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Goner)
18,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The third thug rock masterpiece from these Orlando miscreants lays waste to the land with gruff voice and loud, raw guitar backed by in-pocket bass and drums. As of late, their boot-stomp beat has been ringing true across the land—born of Slade and AC/DC, Rose Tattoo and Coloured Balls, it’s the sound shared by punkers Slaughter And The Dogs and modern acts such as Melbourne’s Power. Golden Pelicans blends this blast with only the strongest essences of punk, hardcore, and metal on Disciples Of Blood, their latest album. Guitar attack has been given more space to do its damage, and the band moves into a new, even more aggressive direction. Check out the cover, once again by Mac Blackout—this time the mayhem has been taken from black and white into full-color carnage. Just as their live shows are guaranteed ceiling-breakers, this album rages from note one to note last, perfect to accompany late-night speeding through residential back alleys, smashing bottles and crashing into trash cans. “Break the cosmos, with your mind!” seems an appropriate and possible goal when screamed at you by vocalist Erik Grincewicz. And remember... it ain’t psychedelic until you kill someone, and this record is psychedelic as hell.
Couteau Latex - Hostile Environment
Couteau Latex
Hostile Environment
7" | 2016 | US | Original (Goner)
7,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Debut single from the new project by Lise Sutter (The Staches, Maraudeur) and Seth Sutton (Useless Eaters).
Nots - We Are Nots
Nots
We Are Nots
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Goner)
15,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A longtime collaboration between Natalie Hoffmann (guitar) and Charlotte Watson (drums), Nots has evolved into its wildest incarnation yet. Now featuring Madison Farmer on bass and Alexandra Eastburn on synthesizer, the Memphis band follows up their first two singles on Goner Records with their guitar-driven, synth-laden debut LP. We Are Nots was put to tape over the summer by Doug Easley and arrives just in time to land a spot on your Top Ten of 2014. “There’s a constant post-mortem and excavation of the Memphis music underground by vultures of both the Euro and American varieties. Bands form, toil and scheme, mutate, play and record only to wither away in the seemingly unrelenting wall of indifference. Plod ahead a few years, label X or label Z discovers and excavates the musical rubble as much for autocratic as historic purposes. A gold star and a box of records to the winner.
Ty Segall - Lemons
Eddy Current Suppression Ring - Primary colours
Aquarian Blood - Last Nite In Paradise
Aquarian Blood
Last Nite In Paradise
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Goner)
17,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Aquarian Blood is a crew of six (sometimes seven) Memphis degenerates from assorted generations playing hypnotic, synth-y tracks whose main ruminations are cults, the paranormal, and other obscurities—whirlwind, weirdo punk soaked in the brain-goo pouring out of the ears of an acid freak. Led by husband and wife duo JB Horrell (Ex-Cult, Moving Finger) and Laurel Ferdon (Nots, Moving Finger), the project began as bedroom recordings that yielded two now out-of-print tapes of total trippiness on the ZAP cassette label, and one completely unhinged monster of a single on Goner. Last Nite In Paradise is their debut album.
Nots - Cosmetic
Nots
Cosmetic
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Goner)
17,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The second full-length statement from Memphis’ Nots, Cosmetic fearlessly attacks the rough edges between desire, deceit, appearance and reality. Not chanting down Babylon, Natalie Hoffmann screams straight into its face. In this Game Of Death, Nots run through the maze of mirrors with sledgehammers— oh, the sound of mirrors smashing—let’s smash some more! Nots are still a wild guitar band, but above and below the guitar, bass and drum pound, Alexandra Eastburn’s analog synth blurps melodies and nonsense, teasing squiggles of freedom which defy the false grid of modern life. With Hoffmann on guitar and vocals, Eastburn on synth, Charlotte Watson beating drums, and Meredith Lones steering a solid path through the chaos on bass, Nots are neither content with the smug “stare at your shoes” approach of bands from both coasts, nor an Earth-hugging “we need to get back to nature” hippie cop-out. There might not be any answers here. That might be the point. Nots have arrived at the next level of their attack with confidence and music that lays waste to the wasteland without romantic attachments..
Nots - Cold Line
Spray Paint - Bogans And Hoons
Spray Paint
Bogans And Hoons
7" | 2016 | US | Original (Goner)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Teaser 7-inch EP from Austin's best band. Feel the clamps, motherfuckers! Features four tracks—"Shit Me To Tears," "Bogans," "Heavy Loiter," and "Screwed Batsman"—none of which appear on their brand new Feel The Clamps full-length.
Spray Paint - Feel The Clamps
Shadow In The Cracks - Shadow In The Cracks
Shadow In The Cracks
Shadow In The Cracks
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Goner)
17,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Brothers Jim and Mike Blaha constitute 66.6% of Minneapolis’s best export this side of Target: The Blind Shake. Rounded out and beaten forward by co-founder Dave Roper, the trio exercises undeservedly antiquated practices, such as: (1) marrying quality-control with a hyper-prolific release and touring schedule; (2) allowing the resultant discography to boast an uncommon variety and scope; (3) what might be the best live show in contemporary garage-punk / related underground; and (4) appropriating garage-punk, class-of-1990 noise-rock and blunt-force post-punk, out of which emerges a largely proprietary mountain of scuzz-pop menace. If the brothers’ new endeavor, Shadow In The Cracks, was a “side project” in quality of sound and aesthetic, the term would’ve landed in the opening sentence. However, the world deserves to consider the nine-song, self-titled debut on its own terms. Everything here is natural; nothing is overt or a convenient diversion obscuring a deficiency in song-craft. Reverb is used but only where it makes total sense—on the vocals, where it accentuates the mood and menace of each song. This record is not here to distribute hi-fives and constant positive affirmation. It is about how the universe can gradually compound the duller negativities of life and state of mind; the conditional negation of contentment when maintaining survival mode.
Blind Shake, The - Breakfast Of Failures
Blind Shake, The
Breakfast Of Failures
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Goner)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Minneapolis three-piece The Blind Shake crafts dense, massive locomotive music—powerful sounds with the ability to careen through one cinematic, post-apocalyptic chase scene after another. The band’s latest album Breakfast of Failures comes clanging and crashing through these confused times. Fronted by brothers Jim and Mike Blaha along with friend Dave Roper on drums, the trio was tunneling through the underground since before telephones could talk. With six full-length albums to their credit, several singles, three collaborations with psych legend Michael Yonkers and another with downstroke warrior John Reis, The Blind Shake continues to push the sliding scale between catchy punk songs and pitch-red noise. “The Blind Shake is at once spacey, primitive futuristic, and brutal: a kind of backyard extraterrestrial minimal surf-punk party. One guitar, one baritone guitar, a fuckload of reverb, and a drummer who deserves an Olympic medal.” —SF Weekly
Ausmuteants - Order Of Operation
Ausmuteants
Order Of Operation
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Goner)
19,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ausmuteants started life in late 2011 in Geelong by Jake Robertson and Billy Gardner. Both had been playing since teenagers in trad garage bands The Frowning Clouds (Jake) and The Living Eyes (Billy). Being good looking rebels who play by their own rules, they cracked the shits, broke loose with just a synth and drums and in early 2012, knocked out the ‘Split Personalities’ tape. By the time that was out they’d added Melbourne loose-unit Marc Dean on bass, and soon after, ex-Canberran hardcore non-guitarist Shaun Connor on guitar.Their second album ‘Amusements’ (note: not self-titled) came from this fledgling time as a full band, with a heavy dose of the duo’s songs. Since the runaway international success of that record and playing every second weekend in Melbourne, they’re rocked-out full-tilt with all four members writing and singing new songs. 23 of these were recorded live with vocal overdubs in the basement of an old Geelong ice cream factory by Mikey Young, then mixed and mastered in his idyllic coastal abode. Again the band and their Australian label Aarght Records strained the friendship with song picks, agreeing on 13 to make up ‘Order of Operation’.This record is better than Amusements any way you cut it: songs, lyrics, delivery and sound. The album opens up with Shaun’s forehead- and thigh-slapping musical and lyrical debut, “Freedom of Information”. His girlfriend is suffering the indignity with panache. From there, songs range from balls-to-the-wall punkers (“Felix Tried to Kill Himself”; “Boiling Point”), well-considered workouts (“Family Time”; “Tunnel Vision”) and unguarded tenderness (“Wrong”; “Looney Bin”).It’s not just the band and label singing the album’s praises; it’s the people who couldn’t stand their juvenile bullshit before. They’ve ditched the toilet humour, got nasty and written songs about other people’s problems, terrible bands, fighting crime and trading sex for porn. Mikey after a vocal take: “You deserve to be bashed for that” (the song’s on the record; you guess which one).'Order of Operation' is now their defining moment. If you don't like this record, you pretty much won't ever like Ausmuteants.
Ex-cult - Mister Fantasy / Through The Blinds
Sharp Balloons - Evening News
Sharp Balloons
Evening News
7" | 2013 | US | Original (Goner)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Hot new combo from Memphis featuring ZAC IVES (FINAL SOLUTIONS, SECTOR ZERO, Goner Records), JOE T SIMPSON (RAT TAPES, FEELERS, TRUE SONS OF THUNDER), and HEATHER SIMPSON. Joe is an excellent guitar player- he's playing drums. Heather has just recently picked up the bass and started writing songs. Zac has his own style! Brilliant, sloppy, personal punk rock about TV Reporters, contagious infections, and plates not fitting in cabinets. Really. One song from each member!
Ex-cult - Ex-cult
Ty Segall - Singles 2007-2010
Angry Angles - Angry Angles
Ty Segall - Ty Rex Black Vinyl Edition
Ty Segall
Ty Rex Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Goner)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The Ty Rex corner of Ty Segall’s oeuvre represents the nom-de-rock behind which the artist puts his spin on favored Tyrannosaurus Rex and T. Rex compositions. With previous releases now dwelling in out-of-print nether-regions, the album compiles the six-song Ty Rex EP (a.k.a. Ty Rex I, originally released by Goner as a limited edition 12-inch for Record Store Day 2011) and the two-song Ty Rex II 7-inch (RSD 2013). As if this wasn’t enough of a corrective gesture, Ty Rex is expanded to include a previously-unreleased cover as a bonus—but first… For those who missed out on this nook of Segall’s rapidly-growing footprint across the rock landscape, here is a cursory rundown: The compilation showcases a nice balance between T. Rex’s ’67-70 psych-folk incarnation under the name Tyrannosaurus Rex and the better-known pioneering and perfecting of glam-rock that defined the initial ’71-73 era under the shortened T. Rex moniker. Kicking things off is the thick, woozily rocking interpretation of “Fist Heart Mighty Dawn Dart,” one of two covers pulled from Tyrannosaurus Rex’s fourth and best album, 1970’s A Beard of Stars. Segall then double-dips into the consummate T. Rex (and for that matter, the entire glam-rock movement) achievement, The Slider, with a rendition of “Buick MacKane” followed by an excellent dirtying-up of the title track. Clearly executed with the ear and understanding of a super-fan, next up is Segall’s awesome tackling of “Woodland Rock” an Electric Warrior outtake that also surfaced on the B-side to 1971’s non-album “Hot Love” single. Returning to Tyrannosaurus Rex fare for the two tracks that originally concluded the Ty Rex I EP, “Salamanda Palaganda” originates from 1968’s Prophets, Seers & Sages: The Angels of the Ages and “Elemental Child” from A Beard of Stars. “Cat Black” (from Tyrannosaurus Rex’s 1969 album, Unicorn) and Electric Warrior’s closing song “The Motivator” follow, before wrapping up this compilation of Ty-Rex material is the aforementioned previously unreleased bonus track, Segall’s cover of “20th Century Boy” (a non-album T. Rex single from 1973).
Hierophants - Parallax Error
Hierophants
Parallax Error
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Goner)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Hierophants are an original rock and roll group in 2015, and their songs are brief, to the point, every one a potential hit single. Hierophants are not an oldies group, they are not a glitter group, they don’t play boogie music and they don’t play the blues. The Australian quartet consists of Zak Olsen, Daff Gravolin, Paris Richens and Jake Robertson. They started in 2010 when Olsen moved from the coast north of Sydney down to Geelong and found himself hanging out with a bunch of teenage, paisley-clad skaters who swapped their Vans for boots at night, snuck into the pubs and started a dozen bands. Olsen and Robertson did some recordings one weekend, asked the two best-looking people they know to join them live, and the four have been writing songs altogether ever since. Olsen, the guitarist, rocks with such free-spirited abandon that his sound has been compared to Lou Reed donking Mark Mothersbaugh over the head with his guitar. Richens, the keyboardist, is an arch villain whose diminutive frame stands aloof left (or right) of stage. Gravolin plays bass guitar and is the acknowledged handsome one of the group, while Robertson is the drummer whose chimp-like playing underpins the band’s simian sound. Vinyl includes a digital download card.
Reatards - Grown Up, Fucked Up
Reatards
Grown Up, Fucked Up
LP | 1999 | US | Reissue (Goner)
17,99 €*
Release:1999 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Shortly after the release of Teenage Hate, the debut album from the Reatards, an 18-year-old Jay Reatard started working on a new album. He was spitting out punk rock anthems a mile a minute at this point, so a new record made sense. And what else was there to do? He’d quit school a couple years back so a normal day for Jay meant he was bumming around midtown Memphis winding people up. After a complete mess of a European tour with the Persuaders, Jay came back and recorded the album with some help from his girlfriend at the time (and future LOST SOUNDS bandmate) ALICJA TROUT. It soon became clear that there was a harder edge to everything. While Teenage Hate had been nasty, it was rooted in the Crypt / Oblivians scene of scuzzy rock, with covers of Fear, but also Buddy Holly. Grown Up Fucked Up was a power pogo into Killed By Death-style punk rock. The songs jumped off the record and grabbed you by the throat. They were passionate, ridiculous and utterly authentic. It wasn’t too long afterwards that he put out the equally amazing “Your So Lewd” single (now included on the album as well). Like everything Jay did, he did it his way. His recordings hold up because they are completely unique. He created a scene full of imitations, but no one duplicated him. New reissue includes the three tracks from the equally sought-after Your So Lewd single.
Giorgio Murderer - Primitive World
Ausmuteants - Amusements
Ausmuteants
Amusements
LP | 2013 | US | Reissue (Goner)
19,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ausmuteants are four twenty-nothings from Geelong, Victoria, raised on a diet of seminal avant punk like Chrome and the Screamers. Let?s not mention Devo—as a two-piece, Jake Robertson (synth, guitar) and Billy Gardener (drums) flushed that obsession with the release of their Split Personalities album in 2012. They’ve since added Marc Dean and Shaun Connor on bass and guitar, respectively, and worked ’60s songwriting ideas, disco rhythms and a subtler brand of theft into finely crafted pop songs, recording 22 in early 2013. Aarght! Records picked the best twelve for Amusements, reissued on vinyl domestically by Goner. Ausmuteants are liked by Vice and Dangerfield despite (or because of) their synthesizers, their swearing and their youthful good looks. For what it’s worth, Ausmuteants do not like Vice or Dangerfield.
True Sons of Thunder - Black Astrologers / I Can See But You Don't Know
True Sons of Thunder
Black Astrologers / I Can See But You Don't Know
7" | 2013 | US | Original (Goner)
1,79 €* 5,99 € -70%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Whaaaaaa? There's a lot going on here. I don't know what kind of beef these guys have with Dionne Warwick - but it sounds serious. Are they anti-black or anti-white? Or just anti-astrologer? Either way they are destroying people's ears and dreams. This is the soundtrack to a failed alien abduction. Bonus points for dumber-than-Hawkwind take on the Equals on the flip. Eddy Grant's flying the spaceship. Party.
Nobunny - Secret Songs: Reflections From The Ear Mirror
Cosmic Psychos - Go The Hack
Eddy Current Suppression Ring - Rush To Relax
Eddy Current Suppression Ring
Rush To Relax
LP | 2010 | US | Reissue (Goner)
17,99 €*
Release:2010 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
When Eddy Current Suppression Ring formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 2003, bandmates Eddy Current, Rob Solid, Danny Current, and Brendan Suppression thought they would play a few shows and perhaps record a 7-inch or two. One of their first gigs, in fact, was an employee Christmas party at the record pressing plant where they worked.Six years later, the band has racked up accolades from the likes of SPIN Magazine, London's Guardian newspaper, and the Australian Independent Record Labels Association. In March of 2009, they were awarded the $30,000 Australian Music Prize for their second album, Primary Colours.Eddy Current's third full-length, Rush to Relax, is already one of the most anticipated releases of 2010. Cut last August in a six-hour session at Melbourne's Revolver Rehearsal Studios, the album combines stripped-down post-punk sensibilities with the sheer exhilaration of a four-man musical unit that has created its own language, and will never run out of new things to say.While Primary Colours drew on what Guardian music critic Tom Hughes described as "fast 'n' fuzzy garage rock," Rush to Relax employs a pop ethos more common to the mid-'80s Dunedin Sound of New Zealand's Flying Nun label, with cascading guitar riffs and precise rhythms shadowing the introspective lyrics from black-gloved frontman Brendan Suppression. The geographical tug is most prevalent on "Anxiety," the new album's lead single, which is a guitar-driven homage to The Clean's whimsical, scene-launching debut "Tally-Ho," twisted via Eddy Current's inimitable style.The frantic pace of "Anxiety" is somewhat of an anomaly for Rush to Relax, a shape-shifter of an album that has already garnered comparisons to Television's 1977 landmark debut Marquee Moon. Like that classic group, Eddy Current Suppression Ring harnesses tension and propulsion to blast past the barriers of everyday tedium.
Human Eye - 4: Into Unknown
Legs - Aaaa The New Memphis Legs
Lost Sounds - Lost Lost Demos, Sounds, Alternate Takes & Unused Songs
Lost Sounds
Lost Lost Demos, Sounds, Alternate Takes & Unused Songs
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Goner)
19,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
NOW AVAILABLE ON VINYL!!! Featuring early and alternate versions from JAY REATARD and ALICJA TROUT's epic garage / electro-punk band LOST SOUNDS, Lost Lost collects songs off the Black Wave and Rats Brains and Microchips albums and their final self-titled EP, as well as ones that never saw proper release. The rare and unheard material ranges from captivating kitchen recordings and acoustic takes to fully realized studio tracks. Covers of garage obscurities like "I Cannot Lie" and originals like "No Count" betray the garage rock sensibilities that Reatard was still shedding during the earlier years of the band, while later recordings show the electropunk and black metal influences that crept into their sound. A great collection from a great band and a couple of great songwriters-maestros of tension without release-Lost Lost will appeal to everyone from garage and punk fanatics to Numanoids and metalheads. LP includes bonus 7-inch and digital download.
Eddy Current - So Many Things
Reatards - Teenage Hate / Fuck Elvis Here
Quintron - Sucre Du Sauvage
Quintron - Too thirsty 4 love
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