|Metric, The Who, Johnny Thunders, Elvis Perkins in Dearland and Paul McCartney|
Daytrotter has sessions from Metric and Quasi.
Big O has The Who 9-29-69.
Nuzz prowling wolf has Johnny Thunders 5-1-82.
The flat response has Elvis Perkins in Dearland.
Big O has Paul McCartney 6-27-10.
Wolverton Brothers "Crooked" has been released. "Crooked" has seven songs clocking in at about 35 minutes, and marks a re-collaboration with record producer, Sir John Curley. This is a collection of songs about the extra-legal world around you, abuse of progeny, one about happiness, all finished with a special recipe. Its guitar rock, and it is more ectomorph than ever, showing off their gifts without any adornment. The Wolverton's unique sound continues to charge ahead, and for the better. This is $7.00 postpaid and is limited to 250 silkscreened copies, while the label is limited to 25 copies. You can download the track Spooky Magic Costume Shoppe or pick up a copy on the label webpage.
Ming Toro's self titled ep has also been released. The musical quintet known as Ming Toro rises up from the industrial-waste-ridden flood plains of Pawtucket, RI, to smash you right in the adam's apple. Their special brand of seriously noisy indie rock is sure to cut through even the thickest tinnitus and tickle the shadows of the inner ear. Fans of garage rock, new wave, and certain sub-species of postpunk will not be disappointed! Bucket Republic. You can download the track The Germ. Only $7.00 postpaid and the first 25 orders receive free 'Ming Toro Live at AS220 2010' cd. Order over at the label webpage.
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