The kind souls over at Bunker Pop just unveiled their latest reissue – this one coming from the early 80s Fullerton, Ca band Null & Void. We suppose this one isn’t technically a “reissue” though since it’s never been properly released until this. The record – POSSIBILITIES – was recorded between 1981-82 as the band’s third and final LP, but US labels deemed it as too weird and experimental – leading it to a solid safe place on the shelf for the next 30 years. It’s got a bit of a synth-wave Chrome vibe to it. Maybe a little more acid though. This release comes packed with a double-sided 24″x36″ poster and plenty of inserts. If you picked up the Coitus Int. EP that Bunker Pop released previously, then you know these guys are doing things the right way. Check out the track “The Motorcycle Song” for a taste of what the record’s like. You can order it directly from them right here.
TWO WORDS: FUCKIN RIPPER. That’s the best way to describe Milk Music’s new LP Cruise Your Illusion that came out last month via Fat Possum. Mixing the best elements of the Wipers, Husker Du, and maybe even a little Neil Young, Milk Music have really set the bar with this one with Nick Coxen’s shredding ability…
We read the blogs, we check the boards, we keep out ears close to the ground, but still we somehow miss out on big news from time to time. Case-in-point: a track from the new Oblivians record was released a month ago! Did you know that shit? We did not know that shit. The track,…
We told you on Monday that we would have some big news for Freakin’ Weekend coming up, and the time has come. To start things off, above this lil chunk of text is our poster for this year. NO, it doesn’t say Freakin’ Weekend anywhere on it. NO, it doesn’t list any of the bands….