Things are busy at headquarters. New bands join our roster, we’ve got two new releases and an upcoming O.P.A.L. gig.
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So I don’t want to pay $10 to see these guys. Not because they’re not awesome. They sure are. At least the two I know. The rest I can’t vouch for, BUT, these fuckers had a nice idea in order to get in for free at their show. So here it is fuckers. I’m giving you a promo on my little corner of the net. So I’ll email you not only the screenshot, but the link to this post as well. Anyway, check out the poster below and do show up and support these bitches worthy of a ride to school on the short bus. Except the guy in the ski mask. He looks dangerous.
O.P.A.L. y el artista gráfico Calin Dover Tarrats colaboraron con el tema All Good People Are Asleep And Dreaming para el evento Sonidos Para Los Espacios/Espacios Para El Sonido por invitación de Andrés Alfonso Lugo del Giratorio Group/Giratorio DEkspresión. (more…)
Just released a collaboration with graphic artist Calin Dover Tarrats entitled “All Good People Are Asleep And Dreaming” for the Serie Regional Jugadores Pampers at the Capilla del Museo del Arsenal at Old San Juan. The event’s name sounds more like a baseball game for toddlers and somehow I wish it was. Anyway, you want to download the mp3s here. Cover photo by iranian photographer Hamed Saber. Check out his work here and it’s a proper Creative Commons Attribution, Non-commercial, 3,0 license.
We’re pleased to announce that Mr. Tom Lugo, head honcho of Isabela’s much missed Arnold Layne and now the mind behind Philadelphia based Stellarscope and Patetico Recordings, asked us to join his label. Of course, we said yeah and links to our music are in their nifty site. Check the site, Stellarscope and the other bands in the roster. Now Tom, where’s the free food at?
A mix I recorded for an upcoming DJ gig on February the 5th at Soprano’s. I don’t think I’ll have the time to play all the songs live, so I recorded this version for posterity. Two covers, three decades close to 90 minutes. Tracklisting and links to download and listen to after break. Enjoy!
Necronazis and Un Final Fatal join forces in this proper punk rock racket originally released in Discos de Hoy imprint. Originally an out of print piece of the Discos de Hoy catalog, today it’s now re-released with the help of Rojo y Negro Records. Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Puerto Rico.