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Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Remastered

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Артикул: CDVP 194737

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Артикул: CDVP 3595474

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Артикул: CDVP 3593919

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Артикул: CDVP 3589749

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Complete First Demo collects eight songs that Youth Brigade recorded with Don Zientara and Skip Groff in the summer of 1981 during its first recording session. "I Object" appeared on the 20 Years of Dischord box set and "Last Word" was included on Flex Your Head. All other material is previously unreleased. This edition of the record has been pressed on orange vinyl. When The Teen Idles and The Untouchables split up in 1980, singer Nathan Strejcek and drummer Danny In- gram - two of the first punk kids at Wilson High - formed a new band, Youth Brigade. The duo played with a few different bass and guitar players before settling on Bert Queiroz (also of The Untouchables) and Tom Clin- ton to complete the lineup. Record Label: Dischord Style: Punk/Hardcore

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Артикул: CDVP 2937551

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Артикул: CDVP 2113682

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Yellow vinyl, strictly limited! In 1985, a younger punk scene was emerging in Washington, DC around Sammich Records, a label co-founded by Ian's younger sister, Amanda MacKaye. The label's first release was a split 7" EP called Thanks. One side featured Mission Impossible, a band from Arlington, Virginia with Dave Grohl - then a high school freshman - on drums. The other side belonged to a new band out of Wilson High School, Lunchmeat. Not long afterward, Lunchmeat - singer Bobby Sullivan, guitarist Scott McCloud, drummer Alexis Fleisig, and bassist Chris Thomson - switched its name to Soul Side. Within a year, Soul Side would become one of the strongest voices in the DC punk's third generation, alongside groups like Swiz and Shudder to Think. After completing a self-titled full-length - also released on Sammich - Thomson parted company with the band and Johnny Temple joined on bass. In December, 1987, the quartet booked time at Inner Ear Studios with Ian MacKaye and Don Zientara and recorded the eight song TriggerEP, Soul Side's debut release for Dischord Records. Though Soul Side initially played music that emulated the fast and heavy sound of their DC forebears, Triggerfound the band evolving a more unique style, with oblique song structures and a strong reggae and hip hop influence in the rhythm section. Informed by the progressive punk culture of Revolution Summer, Sullivan's lyrics also became more politically conscious. This release compiles Triggerwith the band's three-song single, Bass103, both of which have been out-of-print on vinyl since the early '90s. The record has been remastered for vinyl by TJ Lipple and includes updated artwork by Jason Farrell. Soul Side would record one more album, Hot Bodi Gram, for Dischord before disbanding in 1989. Members went on to perform in Girls Against Boys, Rain Like the Sound of Trains, Rain, and Obits along with other bands. Record Label: Dischord Style: Punk/Hardcore

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Артикул: CDVP 2109284

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Deathfix formed in 2009 after Brendan Canty (Fugazi) and Rich Morel (Morel, Blowoff) met while touring in Bob Mould's band. Having discovered a shared affinity for the sounds of 1972 - particularly glam and progressive rock - they started getting together to work on music at Canty's warehouse studio space. Two years later, hoping to graduate the band from its studio-shut-in phase to its live ensemble phase, they recruited Devin Ocampo (Faraquet, Medications) and Mark Cisneros (Medications) to hold down the rhythm section. Both talented multi-instrumentalists and producers in their own right, Cisneros and Ocampo quickly started contributing their own riffs and arrangement ideas. The band's self-titled debut includes seven songs that were recorded throughout 2012 at Canty's studio. During that time, Morel and Canty's demos were torn up and expanded through extensive improv sessions alongside Ocampo and Cisneros. Tracks that started out small and introspective were blown up to a size and volume more befitting of the group's cavernous practice space. The tone is dark, but the lyrics - which cover themes covers themes like sickness, breakups, corruption, drugs, fame, and losing ones mind - shouldn't be read as straight biography. They're works of fiction; character studies that just happen to touch on topics that are close to home Style: Rock

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Артикул: CDVP 534065

1 LP
Deathfix (2013)
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Artist: Deathfix Label: Dischord

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Артикул: CDVP 518561

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The Evens are a band from Washington, DC. Ian MacKaye plays baritone guitar and Amy Farina plays drums. They both sing. The Odds is the band's third full-length album - 13 songs recorded with Don Zientara at Inner Ear Studios during the summer of 2012. The Evens began in fall of 2001 and released two albums, The Evens (2005) and Get Evens (2006) and a 7", Warble Factor b/w Timothy Wright(2011). The Odds is their first album in six years and they have plans to resume performing this fall. Style: Independent

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Артикул: CDVP 312212

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Justin Moyer - a.k.a. Edie Sedgwick, the Warhol starlet who died of a barbiturate overdose in 1971 -spent much of the last decade schlepping around the globe in a wig and a dress, imparting his/her wisdom on celebrity culture to the masses. Sometimes, he brought a live band. Other nights, he made do with an iPod. But following the release of his third LP, Love Gets Lovelier Every Day, in 2011, Moyer understood that it was time to change that shit up. After all, ten years is a long time, man. Since Edie first stepped to the mic in 1999, four of Moyer's other bands - El Guapo, Supersystem, Antelope, and SPRCSS - came and went. Entire scenes, genres, and record labels were born and passed from this Earth. So, Edie became E.D. And the group became Moyer's central musical outlet, rather than a side-project indulged between tours. He recruited a full-time-ish backing band, including bassist Kristina Buddenhagen, drummer Jess Matthews (America Hearts), and singer JosaFeen Wells. And he consigned that tattered silver frock to the closet. Now, E.D. wears white. Incidentally, We Wear White is also the title of his new record. Recorded by TJ Lipple at Inner Ear and mixed by Trans Am's Phil Manley at his San Francisco HQ, Lucky Cat Recording, We Wear White is a more aggressive, dirtier batch of songs. In fact, the first song is called, "Dirty." E.D.'s lyrics have drifted away from the pages of People magazine and toward topics relevant to the here and now - retro-fetishism, gentrification, and why it was totally a mistake for you to get that DC flag tattoo. It includes Moyer's first ever song about smoking marijuana (full disclosure: Justin Moyer has never smoked marijuana). Why wear white? Because red means blood. Because blue's no good. Because you get to be born again. It's the color of renewal -- and the perfect pigment in which to rendezvous with your preferred higher power. Style: Independent

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Артикул: CDVP 312211

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The Evens are a band from Washington, DC. Ian MacKaye plays baritone guitar and Amy Farina plays drums. They both sing. The Odds is the band's third full-length album - 13 songs recorded with Don Zientara at Inner Ear Studios during the summer of 2012. The Evens began in fall of 2001 and released two albums, The Evens (2005) and Get Evens (2006) and a 7", Warble Factor b/w Timothy Wright(2011). The Odds is their first album in six years and they have plans to resume performing this fall. Style: Independent

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Артикул: CDVP 311969

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Justin Moyer - a.k.a. Edie Sedgwick, the Warhol starlet who died of a barbiturate overdose in 1971 -spent much of the last decade schlepping around the globe in a wig and a dress, imparting his/her wisdom on celebrity culture to the masses. Sometimes, he brought a live band. Other nights, he made do with an iPod. But following the release of his third LP, Love Gets Lovelier Every Day, in 2011, Moyer understood that it was time to change that shit up. After all, ten years is a long time, man. Since Edie first stepped to the mic in 1999, four of Moyer's other bands - El Guapo, Supersystem, Antelope, and SPRCSS - came and went. Entire scenes, genres, and record labels were born and passed from this Earth. So, Edie became E.D. And the group became Moyer's central musical outlet, rather than a side-project indulged between tours. He recruited a full-time-ish backing band, including bassist Kristina Buddenhagen, drummer Jess Matthews (America Hearts), and singer JosaFeen Wells. And he consigned that tattered silver frock to the closet. Now, E.D. wears white. Incidentally, We Wear White is also the title of his new record. Recorded by TJ Lipple at Inner Ear and mixed by Trans Am's Phil Manley at his San Francisco HQ, Lucky Cat Recording, We Wear White is a more aggressive, dirtier batch of songs. In fact, the first song is called, "Dirty." E.D.'s lyrics have drifted away from the pages of People magazine and toward topics relevant to the here and now - retro-fetishism, gentrification, and why it was totally a mistake for you to get that DC flag tattoo. It includes Moyer's first ever song about smoking marijuana (full disclosure: Justin Moyer has never smoked marijuana). Why wear white? Because red means blood. Because blue's no good. Because you get to be born again. It's the color of renewal -- and the perfect pigment in which to rendezvous with your preferred higher power. Style: Independent

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Артикул: CDVP 311966

LP (10")
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10" LP WITH DOWNLOAD. Rites of Spring were among the most important and beloved bands to emerge from the DC underground music scene in the mid-80s. Formed by Guy Picciotto (Fugazi) on vocals/guitar, Mike Fellows bass, Brendan Canty (Fugazi) on drums, and Eddie Janney (Faith) on guitar in 1984, the quartet released a self-titled LP and a 7" single before disbanding in 1986. They were central to what came to be known as 'Revolution Summer', a period of redefinition and creative burst from the DC scene in 1985. Before that - before they even played a show -- the band recorded a six-song demo tape at Inner Ear with Don Zientara and Ian MacKaye. After the dissolution of their previous band, Insurrection, in 1983, Canty, Picciotto, and Fellows joined with Faith guitarist Eddie Janney and began writing new songs. Unfortunately, just as they became ready to play out, Fellows announced plans to relocate to Los Angeles, effectively ending the band before it even got started. Before the bassist departed, the group decided to go to Inner Ear to document the handful of finished songs that they had written. At this point, not only had they never played a show, Rites of Spring hadn't even settled on a name (on the tapes, Zientara listed the sessions as Insurrection II). But already, the music marked a musical shift for the DC punk community, consciously breaking away from the macho-clichés that had come to plague hardcore music. The sessions were notable for being the first time that anybody had heard Picciotto sing. At the time, few bands had access to a PA system during practice and the volume of the other instruments often blotted out vocals. Shortly after tracking was completed, Fellows hit the road and the recordings were mixed in his absence, hence the Beatles-inspired "Mike Fellows is dead," gag at the end of "By Design." Because the band had broken up before ever playing, there was no plan to officially release the recording, so the completed songs were dubbed onto cassette tapes and given out to friends, who passed them along to others. As a result of the tape-trading the recordings were heard far and wide, though each copy suffered a loss of sound-quality. As it turned out, the West Coast didn't agree with Fellows and in July he came back to DC to rejoin the band. Shortly after his return the band performed its first show at Food For Thought opening for Gray Matter. They would perform fewer than 20 shows before they dis- banded. These six songs capture Rites of Spring in its earliest stages. Once the band started playing out, the songs gained velocity and intensity (see the 7-minute plus version of "End on End" that closes their LP), but many of the elements that defined their music - frenzied energy, sharp melodies, and introspective lyrics -- were already very much in place. The release has been mastered from the original tapes and is presented exactly as it was on those cassettes in 1984 complete with the tape collages and assorted audio-graffiti. Members went on to play in Happy Go Licky, Fugazi, Royal Trux, and Silver Jews. *Recorded April 1984 at Inner Ear Studios by Don Zientara; Produced by Ian MacKaye. Mastered by TJ Lipple in Summer 2012. Style: Punk/Hardcore

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Артикул: CDVP 278094

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LP + MP3. From their inception in 1988 until their hiatus in 2006, the Lungfish music band released 11 full-length albums and played concerts across the United States and in Europe. The band is renowned for intense creative productivity, releasing albums annually from the years 1992-2000. Originally released in 1992, "Talking Songs for Walking" was the group's debut full- length album. After more than a decade out of print, it has been remastered and recut from the original tapes (the remastered CD, which includes the Necklace of Heads EP, is still available as well) at Chicago Mastering Service. Lungfish is now, as it often has been, quasi if not entirely defunct. However, since the release of the band's last album in 2005, "Feral Hymns", singer Daniel Higgs has embarked on a solo career, releasing albums on Northern Liberties, Thrill Jockey and Holy Mountain. In November, he will tour supporting Drag City artists, Om. Asa Osborne is currently recording and performing solo material under the name, Zomes Style: Punk/Hardcore

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Артикул: CDVP 278077

1 LP
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LP+MP3. >From their inception in 1988 until their hiatus in 2006, the Lungfish music band released 11 full-length albums and played concerts across the United States and in Europe. The band is renowned for intense creative productivity, releasing albums annually from the years 1992-2000. Originally released in 1997, "Indivisible" was the group's fifth album. Lungfish is now, as it often has been, quasi if not entirely defunct. However, since the release of the band's last album in 2005, "Feral Hymns", singer Daniel Higgs has embarked on a solo career, releasing albums on Northern Liberties, Thrill Jockey and Holy Mountain. In November, he will tour supporting Drag City artists, Om. Asa Osborne is currently recording and performing solo material under the name, Zomes. Style: Punk/Hardcore

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Артикул: CDVP 278076

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Rites of Spring were among the most important and beloved bands to emerge from the DC underground music scene in the mid-80s. Formed by Guy Picciotto (Fugazi) on vocals/guitar, Mike Fellows bass, Brendan Canty (Fugazi) on drums, and Eddie Janney (Faith) on guitar in 1984, the quartet released a self-titled LP and a 7" single before disbanding in 1986. They were central to what came to be known as 'Revolution Summer', a period of redefinition and creative burst from the DC scene in 1985. Before that - before they even played a show -- the band recorded a six-song demo tape at Inner Ear with Don Zientara and Ian MacKaye. After the dissolution of their previous band, Insurrection, in 1983, Canty, Picciotto, and Fellows joined with Faith guitarist Eddie Janney and began writing new songs. Unfortunately, just as they became ready to play out, Fellows announced plans to relocate to Los Angeles, effectively ending the band before it even got started. Before the bassist departed, the group decided to go to Inner Ear to document the handful of finished songs that they had written. At this point, not only had they never played a show, Rites of Spring hadn't even settled on a name (on the tapes, Zientara listed the sessions as Insurrection II). But already, the music marked a musical shift for the DC punk community, consciously breaking away from the macho-clichés that had come to plague hardcore music. The sessions were notable for being the first time that anybody had heard Picciotto sing. At the time, few bands had access to a PA system during practice and the volume of the other instruments often blotted out vocals. Shortly after tracking was completed, Fellows hit the road and the recordings were mixed in his absence, hence the Beatles-inspired "Mike Fellows is dead," gag at the end of "By Design." Because the band had broken up before ever playing, there was no plan to officially release the recording, so the completed songs were dubbed onto cassette tapes and given out to friends, who passed them along to others. As a result of the tape-trading the recordings were heard far and wide, though each copy suffered a loss of sound-quality. As it turned out, the West Coast didn't agree with Fellows and in July he came back to DC to rejoin the band. Shortly after his return the band performed its first show at Food For Thought opening for Gray Matter. They would perform fewer than 20 shows before they dis- banded. These six songs capture Rites of Spring in its earliest stages. Once the band started playing out, the songs gained velocity and intensity (see the 7-minute plus version of "End on End" that closes their LP), but many of the elements that defined their music - frenzied energy, sharp melodies, and introspective lyrics -- were already very much in place. The release has been mastered from the original tapes and is presented exactly as it was on those cassettes in 1984 complete with the tape collages and assorted audio-graffiti. Members went on to play in Happy Go Licky, Fugazi, Royal Trux, and Silver Jews. *Recorded April 1984 at Inner Ear Studios by Don Zientara; Produced by Ian MacKaye. Mastered by TJ Lipple in Summer 2012. Style: Punk/Hardcore

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Артикул: CDVP 277949

1 DVD
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Артикул: CDVP 253432

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Артикул: CDVP 253321

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