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Marvelous Mark - Crushin
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Malos Modales - Cronicas Terrestres
Sex Tourists - Sex Tourists
Freak Genes - Iii
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Mind, The - Edge Of The Planet
Dark Thoughts - At Work
Earth Girls - Wrong Side Of History
Violence Creeps - Ease The Seed Bag
A Page Of Punk/ Werewolves On Motorcycles - Split
Downtown Boys - Downtown Boys
Wonk Unit/ Raging Nathans - Split
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Dark Thoughts - Must Be Nice
Dark Thoughts
Must Be Nice
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"You only get worse," goes the first line on Dark Thoughts' third album, but while they might be correct about your personal decline, this West Philly trio are quite evidently better than ever. Hot on the heels of 2018's At Work LP - 18 months later, to be precise - this new collection sees the band at their wilfully-dumb-but-smarter-than-u best, knocking out Ramonescore nuggets of the purest gold as if their lives depended on it. Whether imploring you to 'listen to the radio' or simply 'please don't leave me alone', Jim Shomo's voice remains the perfect balance of snot-drenched sneer and wounded croon, while the band lock into their fast'n'furious groove to frame his lovelorn melodies with the correct amount of muscle, and maybe they'll even pour a few beers directly into their amps while they're at it. Sure, they retain the sound that powered those first two albums, but they know what they're doing - if it ain't broke, don't fix it; if you're broke, write a 90-second punk banger about it with an irresistible melody and play it as loud as possible. As if to prove that fact, synth-splashed closer Must Be Nice shows they might even have written their best cut yet. Getting back to that first song, Hesitate, Shomo goes on to say: "I've seen the future / It looks so much brighter than it used to." On the basis of Be Nice, it's difficult to argue with that assessment: this is the perfect synthesis of pop and punk and a welcome reminder that your 70s heroes just wanted to recreate the unforgettable 45s they heard on the radio as kids. The 12 songs here may be destined for your turntable rather than the wireless, but you'll treasure 'em every bit as much. Another classic from a band that just doesn't know how to stop writing 'em - Dark Thoughts forever. Will Fitzpatrick.
Gino And The Goons - Do The Get Around
Gino And The Goons
Do The Get Around
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Gino and the Goooooooons are back. Led by Gino Bambino, the Goons play rowdy punk rock that holds up it's pint to the Ramones, Chuck Berry, Willie Nelson, Nervous Eaters, and Motorhead. It sounds like being in the middle of a really tense house party. Ten songs to dance, drink, fight and breakdown to. With records on Slovenly, Total Punk, Red Lounge etc, Drunken Sailor is proud to release their 4th (5th??!!) long player. "This, my friends, is the rock n' roll you never stopped believing in! If these songs don't move you to dance, shout in delight, get feisty with your significant other, and perhaps break some minor laws, you are surely beyond helping. No existing band has a better grasp on how to create punk rock n' roll music that ticks every imaginable box.
Slumb Party - Spending Money
Slumb Party
Spending Money
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Everyone's favourite herky-jerky Nottingham noiseniks Slumb Party return to blow minds once more. Maybe it's time you polished all the hard surfaces in your house and strapped on your dancing shoes, cuz once this one lands on your stereo you're gonna be pulling shapes and bouncing from the floor to the walls and back again. Last time round their influences were clear: James Chance, Minutemen and Gang Of Four rose to the surface in a heady concoction of skronking, sax-drenched post-punk and addictively wonky hooks. This time they're no less deliciously addictive, but the pop factor rides higher in the mix, at the cost of precisely none of their aching smarts or visceral thrill. A wheezing synth powers opener Go To Work, with nods to the same heroes as before, but also a sense of Attractions-style powerpop appeal - if XTC had ever attempted to refract pub rock through their angular prism while shouting 'CAN YOU BUY ME A PINT', it might have felt something like this. Sound good?
Booji Boys - Tube Reducer
Booji Boys
Tube Reducer
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
19,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Incredible 3rd LP from Iggy Pops favourite Canadian powerpop garage punkers with 15 songs of melodic scuzzed up pop. 'Tube Reducer' follows 2017's double whammy of their self-titled debut and its gnarlier-than-thou follow-up 'Weekend Rocker' And guess what? It's more of the good stuff. In fact it could well be their best record so far. Sonically, you should know what to expect by now - a disregard for fidelity; songs that sound way more effortlessly simple than they necessarily are; melodies that'll burrow their way into your head even as you fight through the fuzz to make out what the hell vocalist Alex Mitchell is actually singing_ 'Stevie Cool' is the bona fide winner this time - the scuzzed-out powerpop anthem to end all scuzzed-out powerpop anthems - but there's not a bad cut on offer here. 'Nothing Good' blazes by in a fit of nail-biting energy and hooks so razor-sharp you could use 'em to cut through sheet metal, and if you've not donned your pogo-ing shoes to throw yourself between the walls of your house when 'Life As A Fed' kicks in_ well shit, man, do you even punk rock? By the utterly batshit closer 'Moto-Hard' they've even thrown a brass section into the mix, skronking away cheerily and deliriously like Flipper's 'Sex Bomb' running the wrong way up an escalator.
Droids Blood - Be Free Lp
Droids Blood
Be Free Lp
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
20,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Debut LP from this Chicago band that is a new iteration of Broken Prayer. If you were a fan of Broken Prayer it's hard to imagine how you wouldn't be on board with Droid's Blood, since they rely on a similar combination of noisy hardcore and whirring synth topped with Scott Plant's trademark topical lyrics and distinctive vocals. Since 2016 Plant has been fronting Droids Blood, whose lineup also includes Broken Prayer drummer Nick Donahue. On their new self-titled tape, they vary the tempos more and even add some borderline poppy hooks, but there's also lots of grimy, slightly industrial synth gunk and bass murk-"Unreality" sounds deranged in the best possible way.
Cereal Killer - The Beginning & End Of Cereal Killer
Cereal Killer
The Beginning & End Of Cereal Killer
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
18,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 10.04.2020
The Beginning & End Of Cereal Killer" is the band's first full length album to date and also their last release since 2016's, "Demo's EP". The album was recorded over six weeks of tracking in the famous Geelong studios, "The Barracks", before calling upon mastermind Mikey Young to sail his yacht across the bay and put his much practised mixing techniques into full effect. The result is mind-blowing. Cereal Killer gained worldwide success in 2016 after their headline performances at Glastonbury and Coachella festivals where they blew away adoring fans and reached international stardom. There will also be a limited edition vinyl pressing available in Australia through Anti Fade Records and in UK/EU through Drunken Sailor Records.
No Negative - The Last Offices
No Negative
The Last Offices
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
20,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Following on from 2015's mighty debut The Good Never Comes, new offering The Last Offices LP takes the Montreal quartet's penchant for raw, ragged noise and lobs it into a drum of molten steel, before fashioning the cooling results into something truly formidable. First off, this is very audibly (and thrillingly) a punk rock record. Yeah, you can hear the metal fascination that drove Black Flag down ever-heavier routes in the 80s, but also echoes of the explorative, spacey psych of Hawkwind and the pointed mindfuckery of the Butthole Surfers at their most crushingly bleak. Hell, even the expansive kraut-punk spirit of John Dwyer's Oh Sees can be found here, albeit buried under the sheer force of something that is unmistakably hardcore."Your planet has been swallowed by a black hole_ you can no longer taste or smell or see," they claim on the ferociously bad trip of Transmission From The Black Hole, and that's an accurate reflection of what it feels like to listen to this band operating at full pelt. They're smart, they're harrowing and they're totally kick-ass. They're the sound of a generation-wide existential crisis, making anthems for anyone who knows the only way through the mess of 2019 is to surrender your brain to the healing powers of The Riff and just watch everything evaporate.
Vanilla Poppers - I Like Your Band
Vanilla Poppers
I Like Your Band
7" | 2018 | EU | Original (Drunken Sailor)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Formed the very day Melbourne-hailing singer Christina Pap arrived in Cleveland,
Ohio, they're a pointed blast of too-busy-to-give-a-fuck rawness and vital urgency.
Punk rock doing what punk rock does best, basically: getting to the point with noise
and purpose, leaving your dazed but exhilarated ears to pick up the pieces afterwards.
Their I Like Your Band 7" is a testament to that - never less than scintillating, at least
partially thanks to garage-soaked riffs that are never less than heroically, bottomshakingly
addictive. Tired of the same old three-chord stodge? Need a palette cleanser
to wash away the taste of so much stale punk? Vanilla Poppers are the perfect
solution; a spittle-flecked rush of blood to the head that'll remind you why you fell in
love with this music in the first place.
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