I think I started work on this originally about eight years ago. After countless scrapped ideas and much frustration, the new solo recordings from MC iPod are now available to pre order!
Where Ya Been, iPod? (feat. MC Lars & Dronic)
Band People Problems
#DIY (feat. Asher Baker, #heftyrealtalk & Dronic)
Who Killed Mighty Ducks 4?
I’ve got some of my best friends on guest vocal duties, beat production from long-time iPod collaborators (Haegl, Sycamore Drive, Ankles) and the whole shebang mastered by Jethro from Goldblume. I couldn’t be happier with how it’s turned out; and now it’s your turn to hear it. Pre order your CD right now…
Yup. I said we still had 5 releases before the end of 2017, and here’s the pre-order for the second. Aaahh!!! stalwart Tim Holehouse is back, with a split album alongside Kaleb Stewart. You might be familiar with Kaleb from Grey Goose or seminal 90s/00s hardcore outfit As Friends Rust.
The year is nearly over, yet we’ve got FIVE releases left to come; the first of which is the début album from Norwich hardcore outfit Clown Smash Everything. Check out the video below and pre-order the CD from right here.
To cut a long story short… I’m thrilled to be releasing the début LP from Tragical History Tour later in the year. In the meantime, we’re releasing a single in the form of a one-sided white 7″ flexi or CD single.
Another day, another fantastic new pre order! This time it’s a cassette/shirt bundle from South Wales’ Junior. A compilation of everything released by the pop-punk threesome prior to their critically acclaimed Juniorland EP.
These should ship mid-December or thereabouts. Limited to just 50 tapes, so act quick!
Also… in distro news… I used to work in a record store, and recently collected a bunch of stock I’d been selling through the store. LPs and 7″s from the likes of Laura Stevenson, Grabass Charlestons, Franz Nicolay, Milk Kan, and loads more. Check out the shop for full listings.
In MORE distro news… I’ve also got a bunch of tapes courtesy of Business Casual Records. Cassette versions of Roger Harvey and Jeff Rosenstock albums, as well as a collection of demos from Chris Farren. Very limited stock on these (especially Chris Farren, I literally have ONE copy) so act now.