Stuff We Sell

Store Update: Two Inch Astronaut, Mark Beemer, Robert Moss

02.05.16

Two Inch Astronaut Personal Life

The third full-length from Colesville, MD-bred trio, Two Inch Astronaut. Recorded by J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines) at Magpie Cage in Baltimore and released by Exploding in Sound Records. Preview the song "Good Behavior" here. (Recommended).

Mark Beemer Stealing Time: 23 Years of Punk Images

An expanded reissue of Mark Beemer's long out of print photo book. Includes concert and portrait photographs of Bluetip, Circus Lupus, Engine Down, Fugazi, Nation of Ulysses, Henry Rollins, Darkest Hour, and many more.

Robert Moss Descending Memphis

A detective story/coming-of-age story written by Robert R. Moss, former member of Artificial Peace and Government Issue.






Dag Nasty to Tour Europe This Spring

01.26.16

In April, Dag Nasty will tour Europe for the first time ever, performing dates in Germany, Austria, Slovenia, and Belgium.

In 2012, the band reunited in its original lineup – guitarist Brian Baker, singer Shawn Brown, drummer Colin Sears, and bassist Roger Marbury – to perform at a benefit for the D.C. punk documentary, Salad Days. Since then, the group has continued to perform on a sporadic basis.

Find the complete list of dates and venues here.






Store Update: Birth (Defects), Des Ark

12.18.15

Birth (Defects) S/T

A two song 7" by Baltimore and Washington, D.C.-based noise rock outfit, Birth (Defects). Released via Reptilian Records, this single is limited to 300 copies. You can preview the song "Ascetic" here.

Des Ark Everything Dies

The third full-length from Pittsboro, NC-based singer/songwriter, Aimee Argote, better known as Des Ark. Released in 2015 by Graveface Records.






Red Hare "Lexicon Mist" 7" Out in February

12.15.15

Early next year, Dischord and Hellfire records will release Lexicon Mist, a new 3-song 7" by Red Hare. This is the band's first release since its debut full-length, Nites of Midnite, and it arrives as the group is completing work on its second album. The record contains two original songs and a cover of Lungfish's "Sphere of Influence."

Red Hare is Shawn Brown (Swiz, Fury, and the original-and-current singer of Dag Nasty), Jason Farrell (Swiz, Bluetip), Dave Eight (Swiz, Bluetip), and Joe Gorelick (Garden Variety, Retisonic).






Store Update: Dan Higgs, Ian Svenonius

11.25.15

Daniel Higgs VIV

An album of expansive songs and banjo improvisations by Lungfish singer, Daniel Higgs. Recorded last year in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and released as a joint effort between the labels Desmonta and Unwork in 2015. Limited to 300 copies on black vinyl.

Ian Svenonius Censorship Now!!

The second collection of essays by musician/thinker/revolutionary, Ian Svenonius (Make-Up, Chain & the Gang). In this volume, the author examines a number of of-the-moment topics, including self-veneration through rock-doc, the gentrification of punk, and the film Heathers. Censorship Now!! is available in a signed hardbound special edition and also as a paperback.






Youth Brigade’s “Complete First Demo” Now Available For Pre-Order

11.10.15

Youth Brigade’s Complete First Demo is now available for pre-order. Records will ship on or near the official November 23 release date. Any additional items ordered will be held and shipped in the same box.

You can preview the song “Bouncer” here.






Store Update: Marriage, Cigarette

10.21.15

Marriage Pool Blunt

The second full-length from Austin, Texas-based quintet, Marriage, which includes former Black Eyes drummer, Mike Kanin. As with the band’s earlier work, the music is heavy on percussion and distortion – a shifting balance of drums and lo-fi psychedelic gristle, of order and madness. Recommended.

Cigarette Chapel Songs

Four songs and five interludes by Washington, DC's Cigarette. Romantic and reverb-laden pop music recorded more-or-less live at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church by Kevin Erickson.






Youth Brigade's "Complete First Demo" out November 23

10.19.15

On November 23, Dischord will release Youth Brigade’s Complete First Demo. A quartet featuring singer Nathan Strejcek, drummer Danny Ingram, bassist Bert Queiroz, and guitarist Tom Clinton, Youth Brigade played its first show in March of 1981. The band lasted a little over a year and released only 11 songs between the Possible EP and Flex Your Head compilation.

This 7” single – which has been pressed on yellow vinyl – collects the eight tracks that Youth Brigade recorded with Don Zientara and Skip Groff in the summer of 1981 during its first recording session, many of which have never been officially released.






Soccer Team's "Real Lessons in Cynicism" Now Available For Pre-Order

10.02.15

Soccer Team’s Real Lessons in Cynicism is now available for pre-order. As a bonus, we have 50 copies of the band’s 3 Songs 7" to give away with pre-orders. If you would like one, please leave a note in the comments section on your order.

Records will ship on or near the official 10/27 release date. Any additional items ordered will be held and shipped in the same box.

The songs “Friends Who Know” and “Too Many Lens Flares ” are currently streaming online.






Soccer Team’s “Real Lessons in Cynicism” out October 27th on LP and Digital

09.15.15

This fall, Dischord will release Real Lessons in Cynicism, the second full-length album by Washington, DC’s Soccer Team.

Originally a duo featuring Ryan Nelson (Most Secret Method, Beauty Pill) and Melissa Quinley, the band has since expanded to include drummer Dennis Kane and multi-instrumentalist, Jason Hutto (The Aquarium). The record includes 14 songs that were recorded live in a basement to a Tascam 388 tape machine and then mixed using a computer.

Listen to “Friends Who Know” here.






Store Update: Fountainsun, Pre-Moon Syndrome

09.02.15

Fountainsun Music Today

Music Today is the debut record by Fountainsun, a duo featuring Daniel Higgs (Lungfish) and Fumie Ishii. Recorded last year in Big Sur, California, the record collects 11 songs – some drawing on simple folk melodies, others guided by Higgs’ epic poetry. Music Today is surreal and heady, but surprisingly intimate. This version of the record has been pressed on translucent green vinyl.

V/A Pre-Moon Syndrome

Originally released in 1989, this record compiles live tracks recorded during the week-long Pre-Moon Syndrome concert series, which took place at DC Space in September of that same year. The LP includes contributions from Lungfish, Velocity Girl, Go Team, Whorl, Unrest, among others. A portion of the proceeds from each sale will benefit We Are Family DC.






Store Update: Dead Meadow, Loud Boyz

08.11.15

Dead Meadow Howls From The Hills

The second full-length from Washington, DC-bred psych-rock trio, Dead Meadow. Originally released by Joe Lally's Tolotta Records in 2001 and long out of print, the band has now reissued the album on LP via their own Xemu Records imprint.

Loud Boyz Tough Love Hard Feelings

The 11-song debut from DC-based hard rock quintet, Loud Boyz. Out courtesy of Cricket Cemetery Records. You can preview the entire record online here.






Bikini Kill's "Revolution Girl Style Now" out September 22 on LP and CD

08.06.15

On September 22nd, Bikini Kill Records will reissue Bikini Kill’s original demo tape, Revolution Girl Style Now on CD and LP. This reissue -- which was mixed by Guy Picciotto and mastered by John Golden -- includes the unreleased tracks, "Ocean Song", "Just Once", and "Playground."

The band has made a trailer for the record featuring footage from its first Olympia, WA show, which was shot by Brian Ruff and edited by Kathleen Hanna & Kathi Wilcox. Watch the video here.




Jawbox’s S/T Back on CD and LP September 22nd

07.31.15

This fall, Dischord and DeSoto Records will reissue JawboxS/T album on LP/Mp3 and CD. Originally released in 1996 and long out of print, this was the band’s fourth and final album. The LP has been remastered by Dan Coutant at Sunroom Audio and will include revised cover art by Jason Farrell.






Soul Side Announces Fall Tour Dates

07.30.15

Soul Side has announced a week’s worth of dates in November, including shows in Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Last year, the band reunited for the first time in 25 years, performing shows in Brooklyn and Washington, DC in conjunction with the premiere of the documentary film, Salad Days.

Find the complete list of dates and venues here.

Last fall, Soul Side’s Trigger and Bass·103 were reissued on a single LP, which is available here.




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