*International shipping prices are crazy, for international orders of multiple records please contact: [email protected] price For wholesale prices, please contact [email protected] c'est dommage - "Routine Pleasures" You could call this '90s indie revival but the folks in c'est dommage never stopped loving and playing the stuff that they were into 20 years ago.
Comparisons to the likes of PAVEMENT, SUPERCHUNK, FUGAZI and RITES OF SPRING aren't much of a surprise. Track Listing Side A: Wood Pigeons, The Transitory Nature of Modern Employment, From Timid to Timbuktu, This is a Transfer Point, Shallow Seas Side B: Oh Shit Man I'm Totally Fucking Sorry, The Failing Pedestrian Bridge, The Long Change, Routine Pleasures, Slanted Doors cost: ppd in the USFIC-004 DAIKON - "Complaining Songs" LP The band's second full length but first to see a proper vinyl release.
Ten songs recorded with Jack Shirley at The Atomic Garden in the Spring of 2013. Eight pop gems in 25 minutes from three folks who obviously came of age in the '90s.
The record comes with an amazing comic book/lyric sheet put together by the folks at Mission Mini Comix.
From KFJC - "Angry, disjointed scrap rock with a strong political focus from this SF trio.
While this has a distinct punk sound, they reject this term, opting for a more open ended, anti-authoritarian ideology of underground sonic energy." Track listing Side A: Out of Joint, You Fill Me With Inertia Side B: From End to Beginning, The Pig Song FIC-001 RAD CLOUD - "The Tricky Jerk" 7" EP Part Chubby Checker style dance single, part surf music, the A side (or Face A in this case) is a fun toe tapper.
The B side features a loose interpretation of Mal Waldron's "Warm Canto".
If it has a garage sound that's most likely because it was recorded in a garage. NP-01 TRUE MUTANTS/FRIZZ - split 7" EP Two songs from each band.
TRUE MUTANTS have been compared to Sonic Youth, Unwound, Gorilla Angreb and other noisy punk bands but as a whole don't really sound like any of them.
FRIZZ also play noisy stuff but in a more indie influenced way that's not too far off from Nirvana.
Track listing Side A: Neon Piss - Burn, Sourpatch - Say That I'm Not Over, Synthetic ID - Rewiring, Street Eaters - Dead Parts, Comadre - Cold Rain, No Statik - Male Gaze, Apogee Sound Club - Defiance, Index - I Tried To Deal, True Mutants - Morning, Hunting Party - Pleasure Island, Violent Change - Kill Your Mother Side B: Permantent Ruin - Legacy/Vendido, C'est Dommage - The Transitory Nature of Modern Employment, Cold Circuits - Remote User, Saint Lorena - Filth Queen, Daikon - Carry Me Home, Replica - Strings, Endemics - Sutures, New Flesh - Kneel and Prey, Huff Stuff Magazine - Yesterdays News, Nasty Christmas - Broken Road FIC-0.006 Various - "Fullyintercoastal" cassette One song from each of the five current Fullyintercoastal bands plus the C'mel version of "Where Now", none of which appear on any of the records.
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