General Admission is Closed

I wanted to start a thing that would’ve given me a chance to give back to a scene that I care for deeply. I wanted to expose stuff to people, and …

Gag – Still Laughing LP

Hey, so the thing that I hate about a lot of recent hardcore bands is that they almost to a single band, drench their vocals in reverb, making them a unintelligible …

Gag – Killing For Both Realities 3 ’92 LP

A collection of releases all in one place and serves as a pretty good introduction to the band – starting off with a wail of feedback and off and running with …

What Not To Buy on Record Store Day 2020 (August)

I try to every Record Store Day, sift through the absolute dreck of releases and list what you should and shouldn’t buy – of course my tastes lead me to only …

DSB in 2009

So on the heels of the last record purchase recap, here’s another one where I blew the budget and bought way too much. Best and most treasured of the bunch was Really Red “New Strings for Old Puppets” 7″ but there’s something for everyone’s taste, from crust to power-pop infused keyboard laden garage rock, punk to, uhhh, hardcore? Enjoy.

I did mention that I would link up the Hamilton Punk History walks people who operate under the moniker Punk City Hamilton and are available on Instagram – they do quarterly events at least and are probably cooking up several other interesting and worthwhile projects. If you’re visiting Toronto, Hamilton is only 45 minutes away, and probably on your way to Niagara Falls.

Here’s the playlist:

  • DMBQ – Mo-Ya Mo-Ya
  • Killing Joke – New Cold War
  • Colin Newman – Round and Round
  • The Ex and Tom Cora – State of Shock
  • Nomeansno – Forget Your Life
  • SNFU – I Forget
  • The Subhumans – Moron Majority
  • Barn Av Regnburn – Ikkje Fan
  • Rattus- Sotahullat
  • B.G.K. – Arms Race
  • Toxoplasma – 1981
  • Rayos X – Yo No Conformo
  • Desordeiros – Mortos Vivos
  • Impact – Deboli Ai Vostri Occhi
  • Warhead – Change the Reality
  • Forward – Burn Up!!
  • Zone – Eraser
  • D.S.B. – Bastard Rock

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