29 October 2014

AUTOHAZE Way Out There 1994

by request
 
Thanks to Matthew
 

Tracklist

1 Way Out There 3:36
2 Sorry (Demo) 3:07
3 Then You Tell Me (Demo) 4:36
4 Run, Run, Run 5:28

28 October 2014

KILLSADIE Half Cocked Concepts 1998




Who Sadie is and why anyone would want to kill her remains a subject of some debate, but the band members aren’t talking. Actually they’re screaming. They do a lot of that. You see they’re a frantic hardcore band whose music is kind of like the aural equivalent of multi-car pileup on the interstate. The Twin Cities quintet screeches through its numbers with such velocity they occasionally threaten the sound barrier and such paralyzing violence you’re inclined to check for your wallet and valuables when they’re finished. Spiraling guitars are in abundance here and the band’s powerful rhythm section consistently shows itself to be a force to be reckoned with. Singer Steve’s ragged, desperate, nihilistic vocals sometimes give you the distinct feeling the other band members might be attacking him. This is rousing, difficult hardcore, in the Black Flag/Dischord/Gravity Records tradition. Kill Sadie introduced us to their abrasive style with the 1998 Half Cocked Concepts 10-inch.

Tracklist


1 Perfect Sense
2 Brand New World
3 For Any Reason
4 One Question
5 Nervous Creatures
6 The Incident At Oxboro Creek
7 1000 Deaths
8 Stealing Candy From Babies
9 Destined Gold Star

27 October 2014

WUHLING Spacebeige 1997

by request
 

Tracklist

1 Nur Noch Dich 3:00
2 Roberta 4:37
3 Mondsound 3:34
4 Narkolepsie 4:25
5 Indisch Essen 1:50
6 Leinen Los 3:49
7 Feel Viel 3:23
8 Manchmal 0:54
9 Der Ort 2:50
10 TAP 1:51
11 Mikromedio 4:04
12 Sound Aus London 5:04
13 Die Tür 4:07

MILK (UK)

Rash
1991
 

Tracklist

Tad
Honeyblonde
Wings
Treasure
Would The Real Jesus Christ Please Stand Up
Loveslug






Tantrum
1991
 
by request
 
 
 

Tracklist

Claws
Is That It?
Surgery
Girth
Hot Seat
Billy And Bobby
Gregor
Book One, Page One
Pyrosulphate
 

26 October 2014

THE TURPENTINES American Music For American People 1998

by request
 

Tracklist 

1 Not So Cool
2 Move Fast
3 Lie To Me
4 Everything Is More Than Ok
5 One Thing
6 Don't Even Care
7 She Belongs To Jesus
8 Dickhead
9 G.T.O.
10 Gimme The Shakes
11 No Salvation
12 Bad (Shit)
13 This Ain't The Way

SCREAMFEEDER Hi Cs 1998


by request

Thanks to Matthew


Tracklist

1 Hi Cs
2 Decaptivated
3 The Rat & The Goldfish

THE DAISYGRINDERS Throw Lily EP 1992

by request
Thanks to Matthew

Tracklist


A1 Core
A2 Merry Go Round
A3 She'll Take Flight
A4 What's Goin' Down
B1 Smokin' Brick
B2 Down On Your Shoe
B3 Ride The Rides

23 October 2014

HOARSE Happens Twice 1997

by request
 

Tracklist

1 Diamond
2 Tuesday Morning
3 Trivial
4 Push
5 Issue
6 72
7 Happens Twice
8 Paint the Town Red
9 Crown
10 Bouncing Checks
11 On Deck
12 Long Gone


21 October 2014

STEREOLAB Transient Random-Noise Bursts With Announcements 1993

by request
 

Artist Biography by
Combining an inclination for melodic '60s pop with an art rock aesthetic borrowed from Krautrock bands like Faust and Neu!, Stereolab were one of the most influential alternative bands of the '90s. Led by Tim Gane and Laetitia Sadier, Stereolab either legitimized forms of music that were on the fringe of rock, or brought attention to strands of pop music -- bossa nova, lounge-pop, movie soundtracks -- that were traditionally banished from the rock lineage. The group's trademark sound -- a droning, hypnotic rhythm track overlaid with melodic, mesmerizing singsong vocals, often sung in French and often promoting revolutionary, Marxist politics -- was deceptively simple, providing the basis for a wide array of stylistic experiments over the course of their prolific career. Throughout it all, Stereolab relied heavily on forgotten methods of recording, whether it was analog synthesizers and electronics or a fondness for hi-fi test records, without ever sinking to the level of kitsch. 

Tracklist

1 Tone Burst 5:35
2 Our Trinitone Blast 3:47
3 Pack Yr Romantic Mind 5:06
4 I'm Going Out Of My Way 3:25
5 Golden Ball 6:52
6 Pause 5:23
7 Jenny Ondioline 18:08
8 Analogue Rock 4:13
9 Crest 6:04
10 Lock-Groove Lullaby 3:38

MADFLY White Hot in the Black 1998

by request
 
 

Tracklist

1 Rat Trap Karma 5:21
2 Honeydripper 2:53
3 Jealous Baker 3:30
4 Red Candles 4:36
5 Join The Madness 5:23
6 Sleep Tonight 4:18
7 Message From The Edge (Of Nowhere) 6:44
8 I Hate Myself For Loving You The Way I Do 3:08
9 The Fabulous Beast 5:19
10 Fire In The Hole 4:35
11 Chains Around My Heart 3:32
12 Flatliner 6:08

18 October 2014

ERIC'S TRIP Forever Again 1994

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Artist Biography by

A product of the same Eastern Canada indie rock community which also gave rise to the superb Jale and Sloan, the noise-pop quartet Eric's Trip formed in Moncton, New Brunswick in 1990. The group, which took their name from a Sonic Youth song, brought together a number of longtime veterans of the Moncton scene: drummer Mark Gaudet first surfaced in the mid-1970s as a member of Purple Knight and later performed with the Whoremoans and No Explanation, while vocalist/guitarist Rick White and guitarist Chris Thompson debuted in 1984 as members of, respectively, Bloodstain and Dang. In 1989 White and Thompson teamed in the Forest, which recruited vocalist/bassist Julie Doiron-Claytor the following year; when Gaudet joined some months later, Eric's Trip was born.

Drowning
The band debuted with a self-titled 1990 cassette; with the floodgates duly opened, a massive amount of material followed, stretching across the 1991 tapes Caterpillars and Drowning, the 1992 EPs Warm Girl and Belong, and 1993's Peter. After becoming the first Canadian artist signed to Sub Pop, Eric's Trip issued the EP Songs About Chris, followed by Julie and the Porthole to Dimentia (recorded for the tiny Sappy label), before finally closing out 1993 with their full-length Sub Pop debut Love Tara. After 1994's Gordon Street Haunting EP and the Forever Again LP, Doiron-Claytor's pregnancy forced the group into a hiatus; following 1996's Purple Blue, Eric's Trip announced their breakup. White soon resurfaced in Elevator to Hell, while Doiron-Claytor continued performing under the name Broken Girl; Gaudet joined the reformed Purple Knight, and Thompson appeared in Moonsocket. 

Tracklist

New Love 3:00
This Way Out 1:08
About You 1:22
Girlfriend 2:19
Always There 1:53
Stupidest Thing 1:52
December '93 2:08
Thoroughly 1:14
My Bed Is Red 4:46
View Master 2:46
Cloudy 1:40
My Chest Is Empty 3:07
Run Away 1:42
Waiting All Day 2:51
Let Go 1:45
Hate Song 1:33
Feeling Around 2:36
Forever Again 3:51

17 October 2014

SMALL FACTORY

1994


 
1995