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14th Wish - I Gotta Get Rid Of You
14th Wish
I Gotta Get Rid Of You
7" | 2020 | US | Original (Hozac)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
I’m not living my life so good, tell me, how about you?’ What can we really say about 14th Wish, how did this band even exist? This record and band were Completely unknown up until the last couple of years, when we were approached by a notorious record fiend who was looking for more info after our official release of David Peel’s King of Punk LP. Here we have a band with no paper trail, zero online search results, and released in a tiny quantity on Orange Records in 1980, right alongside the first GG Allin and Eddie Criss Group LPs. But instead of a stylized gutter glam workout with a hot-shot studio guitarist, 14th Wish trip over themselves with a snotty/sloppy amateurism that veers farther into the beloved ‘Killed By Death’ arena, with it’s sweltering TAPEWORM-style lead guitar freak-outs.
Fronted by the mysterious figure known as Halo Peace, both 14th Wish tracks offer a refreshing mid-tempo crud-punk slop-take on the sounds swirling around the drain of the Lower East Side at the end of the 1970s. Although both tracks aren’t lightning fast, their instant ominous catchiness and absolutely sordid and squalorous guitar tone suggests a more murderous background, as well. Mention of this record just drew blanks across from the board, from all of the rare punk record dealers, to the most avid international collectors, and even NYC scene members from the time. Never even turned up in a Mike Bastarache Want List! And of course, the internet was no help either. Was this really one that Everyone missed? Recommended If You Like: Tapeworm, GG Allin & the Jabbers, Freestone, The Trend, Mentally Ill, The Gears, Killed By Death compilations.”
Eddie Criss Group - Undertaker
Eddie Criss Group
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Hozac)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
“At this point, it’s pretty fair to assume that the USA’s most famous ‘Punk hotspot’ has been pretty well-mined for it’s obscure fringe rock’n roll nuggets for some time now. And with further investigation within the deep confines of David Peel’s Orange Records catalog in recent years since his passing, we’ve found a couple of tragically-overlooked rippers. Behold: the Undertaker LP from the elusive Eddie Criss Group, released to minimal fanfare in 1980. Little to no information really exists on the band, who were a short-lived studio-only project that employed the MC-5’s legendary Wayne Kramer on blistering lead guitar on every track. What comes out of the speakers cooks up a vibe that feels right at home with the first GG Allin LP (most notably the Mc-2 with Wayne & Dennis Thompson on the EP recordings), caked with NYC scum-punk gold! But don’t leave your first impressions there, as the Undertaker LP has quite a few stylistic flourishes that border on the psychedelic glam that Mr. Criss grew up around, and the flanged-out rhythm guitars and dramatic vocals criss-cross with Wayne Kramer’s scorching leads, creating a real ‘outsider’ feel on a few of the less-intense tracks. Combined with an eerie organ accompaniment that seems to lead down an ominous path to certain death, the Undertaker LP covers a lot of ground, and reveals another still unknown NYC punk-era figure that history left out.”
Cowboys, The - 3rd
Buck Biloxi & The Fucks - Streets Of Rage
Buck Biloxi & The Fucks
Streets Of Rage
LP | 2015 | US | Reissue (Hozac)
17,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Buck & the boys are back with a vengeance, and the new Streets of Rage LP is going to cause quite a few dizzying episodes of pure punk euphoria so don’t even start to think you’ve heard it all yet. Culling all the burned-out, hate-fueled visceral verbiage from the streets into an impossibly catchy and dare we even say 'poetic' benchmark of garbage spun into gold, Streets of Rage kicks off with 'Rock’n Roll Sucks Part 2' and just never lets loose of its grip around your neck/life until your record player is emitting the typical black smoke of overheated electronics. A slight uptick in fidelity won’t even begin to ruffle any feathers here, as the guitars-cum-food-processors tone is still hitting the spot every time, surely ushering in the next era of Buck Biloxi and the F*cks’ primitive pessimism, and establishing this New Orleans troupe as one of the modern era’s greats, stomping their way through a sea of pretenders..."—VictimofTime. First pressing of 500 copies on black vinyl.
Killer Kane Band - Debut EP
Killer Kane Band
Debut EP
7" | 2016 | US | Original (Hozac)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Arthur Kane (NY Dolls) with BLACKIE LAWLESS' Alice Cooper-soaked proto punk classic, long oop fro it's one-time pressing on Whiplash, fully remastered from the original tapes c/o original member ANDY JAY. Another lost classic & missing link between the glam rock & punk era, this is switchblade rock at it's finest.
Black Bug - Reflecting The Light
Black Bug
Reflecting The Light
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Hozac)
17,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
NOW AVAILABLE ON VINYL!!! "A terrifying throb of sinister synthesizers, endless shadows, and mysterious dried blood, this transplanted Swedish band now evading the authorities in Bordeaux, France is a seductively subtle nightmare you won't be able to pull yourself away from. Breaking out from their insidious debut LP's screech and grind, the reborn BLACK BUG carries their torch even further down the dimly-lit well of desperation, creating a far more atmospheric, horror film soundtrack-type feel between it's gnarled bursts of blown-out Spits-style synthpunk energy. Cold-blooded robotic rhythms permeate every track, ushering in an instant sense of forboding and unsettling visions of the human race, completely overrun by androids with TV screens for faces. But under all the dark animosity, frigid song patterns, and morbid melodies, lies an album of incredible songs destined to haunt your abysmal nights, and chill your bones to no end."
V.A. - We Were Living In Cincinnati - Punk And Underground Sounds From Ohio's Queen City (1975-1982)
We Were Living In Cincinnati - Punk And Underground Sounds From Ohio's Queen City (1975-1982)
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Hozac)
23,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 11.12.2020
While the more famous punk parties were going full swing in Warholian New York, press-savvy London, glittery LA, and other big towns, the early scenes in Ohio’s cities were toughing it out on their own. Instead of being courted with major-label deals, their handfuls of brave bands were mostly ignored, ridiculed, and physically threatened within their surrounding hostile environments. And although the pioneering activities in Cleveland and Akron have been well documented through several compilations, the early action in southern Ohio’s largest city has not—until now. Tirelessly compiled, annotated, researched, and produced by punk historian, author, and musician PETER AARON (the Chrome Cranks, Young Skulls) and co-released by HoZac Records and Shake It! Records’ Music from Ohio series, We Were Living in Cincinnati rounds up rare, raw tracks (18 on vinyl LP plus 15 bonus download-only cuts) by 21 of the town’s toughest, coolest punk and new wave outfits, several of them sourced from unheard tapes by acts who never released records in their day. Includes a tri-fold poster.
Sonny Vincent - Primitive 1969-76 Diamond Distance & Liquid Fury
Sonny Vincent
Primitive 1969-76 Diamond Distance & Liquid Fury
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Hozac)
23,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"'Sonny Vincent is a true punk pioneer, we all know that already. But did you know how deep this man's well of punk madness really goes?' Well, I guess it’s taken seven long years since we made that statement, but luckily, here we are with a full LP’s worth of those recordings we’d wondered about, providing a pivotal glimpse into one of NYC’s most shadowy figures of the underground. It’s almost incredulous that his rock’n roll lineage goes back this far, with his first recording made while home on leave from the Vietnam War, and yet he was still a part of the first wave of '70s Punk. If you remember the FURY 7” we released, along with THIS massive interview, it was apparent that there was more to dig up, and luckily our engineer was able to shine up these riveting primitive proto-punk monsters into reality. DISTANCE were in a primordial heavy psych state on their earliest recording here from 1969, but the VOICE that you know so well is already in place, and cuts through the foggy throb like a knife’s edge. Distance was Sonny’s first active band, and were known to have opened for The Dogs & Suicide in 1973, as per the two incredible handmade flyers included on the back cover, and as the liner notes can attest, provided a real-life slice of shock-rock insanity.”
Vector Command - System 3
Baby Grande - 1975-77
Cheap Nasties - Cheap Nasties
Velveteen Rabbit - Mind-Numbing Entertainment
Sueves, The - R.I.P. Clearance Event
Oister - Pre-Dwight Twilley Band 1973-74 Teac Tapes
Pre-Dwight Twilley Band 1973-74 Teac Tapes
2LP | 2017 | US | Original (Hozac)
29,24 €* 38,99 € -25%
Release:2017 / US – Original
The legendary 1973-74 ‘Teac Tapes’ from deep inside the Dwight Twilley Band vault have been unleashed, never before available in any format, Oister was the primary name of the Dwight Twilley and Phil Seymour duo from the time they met in 1967 until the release of their Top 20 debut “hit” single for “I’m On Fire” in 1975. The two “halves” of the Oister formed a whole, and a tight friendship and performing partnership took flight, and with Dwight’s incredible songs in hand, the two were off an running. Recording at home with one of the first (commercially-available to the public) multi-track Teac home tape machines, the Oister DIY ethic was locked in early, and just exploded with an endless stream of ethereal pop magic, most of which has never been re-recorded by the Dwight Twilley Band, remaining frozen in time. The pair were cranking out an impressive amount of original material and pressing small batches of their own acetate LPs locally in Tulsa to sell to their friends at school, of which, this 2xLP collection rounds up 20 of their finest tracks, finally available to the public after over 40 years. First edition of 500 copies. Includes a download.
Liminanas, The - Malamore
Connections - 5 Imaginary Boys
5 Imaginary Boys
7" | 2014 | US | Original (Hozac)
7,19 €* 8,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Combines 5 glimpses into the Connections' melodically off-kilter yet always honest & bitter world, taking perfectly strung-out pop to another level of sardonic simplicity in each burst after bleeding burst.
Far Out Fangtooth - Thorns
Far Out Fangtooth
7" | 2012 | US | Original (Hozac)
8,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Philadelphia's FAR OUT FANGTOOTH have been meddling within their own poisonous cloud of murky, atmospheric noise for a while now, and after a stellar debut LP on Siltbreeze last year, we've cornered their deliriously downtrodden din for a blurry 3-song EP of devastating caliber. Their solidly mid-tempo, gazey gait, braced with gothic flourishes of noise and carefully arranged explosions of angelic harmony are beautifully morose and radiant at the same time, combining the guit-architecture of Sonic Youth's early primal scree with Circle Pit's squalorous nuances to create a heavenly hypnotic, haunting haze. This is a band that seduces you when your guard is down, only to soar down and rip your heart out of your chest just at the moment when the rising tide of crashing noise hits you at full force, breaking any human down into their simplest parts. A deeply disturbing, yet fulfilling set of tracks that make that dark place in your heart seem like a nice place for a picnic, and a greater sense of anticipation for what Far Out Fangtooth will drudge up next. Edition of 475 copies.
Band In Heaven - Band In Heaven
Band In Heaven
Band In Heaven
7" | 2012 | US | Original (Hozac)
8,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A sinister chill emanates from each unsettling track included on their vinyl debut EP here, carved repulsively from front-to-back with "Sleazy Dreams" into "Sludgy Dreams," in between which, the band revs up and blasts off with a goth-tinged ferocity, delivering four, diverse, head-expanding trips into the blackness. Edition of 475 copies.
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