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Lucian Perkin's "Hard Art, D.C. 1979" now available

04.29.13

Lucian PerkinsHard Art, D.C. 1979

In 1979, a soon-to-erupt punk scene took hold in Washington, D.C., with bands like the Bad Brains, Teen Idles, the Untouchables, and the Slickee Boys at the forefront. Lucian Perkins, later a Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist for the Washington Post, was then an intern who photographed several pivotal shows over a short period of time. Hard Art collects these now iconic photos, pairing them with a narrative by Alec MacKaye and an essay by Henry Rollins.




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New releases from Zomes, Office of Future Plans, Fulgora

04.16.13

ZomesTime Was

The latest LP from Lungfish guitarist Asa Osborne’s solo project, Zomes, Time Was marks a departure from the routines that he’s established over his last two releases. It’s the first Zomes record be recorded in a studio, rather than on a cassette deck, and also the first to be written as a duo featuring vocalist Hanna Olivegren.

ZomesEarth Grid

The second LP from Asa Osborne’s Zomes project is back in stock on CD and LP. Distorted, cyclical keyboard melodies held together with simple tape-looped drum beats. Preview the whole thing via Thrill Jockey’s here.

Office of Future Plans/DariaSplit 7”

The first in a series of 7” singles from Lovitt Records, this split features new tracks from Office of Future Plans and Daria, a band from Angers, France. The single contains an original song by each band plus 4 digital-only bonus tracks — two of each band covering the other, and two cover songs in honor of the late record producer Iain Burgess. You can preview the record here

Fulgora Risen b/w Artifice

The debut single from Fulgora, a new band that features Adam Jarvis, of Pig Destroyer and Misery Index, on the drums. Two heavy thrash cuts, limited to 100 copies. Nice little write-up here, if you need more info.




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Red Hare's "Nites of Midnite" out May 21

04.01.13

We now have an official release date for Red Hare’s debut LP, Nites of Midnite. The record – which includes eight songs mixed by J. Robbins (Jawbox, Office of Future Plans) – will be out May 21st as a split between Dischord and the band’s own recently resurrected imprint, Hellfire Records.

Red Hare is a new group featuring Shawn Brown, Jason Farrell, and Dave Eight — all formerly of Swiz and Sweetbelly Freakdown — and drummer Joe Gorelick (Garden Variety, Bluetip, Retisonic). You can check out their song “Horace” here.






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