Basement Further Sky blood red/orange 7"s back in stock Earlier this year Basement ended their hiatus and we're so glad they did! This 7" takes off where Colourmeinkindness left us and features a cover of Suede's Animal Nitrate! Ace 90's emo/post-hardcore and post-grunge inspired punk 1st Press:Blood Red/Orange / 7000Purple / 1500 (RunForCover 1050, Banquet 300, Basement 150) Run For Cover 7"
Basement Be Here Now [RSD19] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2019. Now available to online customers A 7" single from the emo-rockers Basement, the single is taken from their amazing 2018 album Beside Myself. Coloured 7" single on split blue/white coloured vinyl. /500. The B-side features a previously unreleased track titled 'Are You The One'. WB 7" RSD 2019
Basement I Wish I Could Stay Here Banquet has a UK retail exclusive of the blue / green / white starburst variant. Sometimes labels and distros supply us different LP variants than what was expected. If you're not after one particular variant, order "any variant LP" (if available) to speed up your order. The debut album from one of the UKs most talked about bands. Released on US label Run For Cover (Man Overboard, The Wonder Years, Tigers Jaw etc). For fans of 90's emo, Title Fight and Small Brown Bike. Excellent album, excellent UK post-hardcore, excellent! Nestled away in the UK’s quiet, picturesque east coast town of Ipswich, the lads in Basement are conflicted between the comfort of the beautiful familiar and the allure of escape. This duality pervades the band's existence. As frontman Andrew Fisher’s gravelly, Lifetime-esque yowl skips and stretches over driving rhythms and poignant guitar melodies, it’s clear Basement expertly walk the line between contrasts of heartrending emo and gruff post-hardcore. Whether working through a slow, Seaweed-styled mid-tempo burn or pounding out driving punk, Basement has a quiet layer of jagged desperation weaving their songs together under the smooth melodic surface. Much like a coming of age, the songs are at once confident and poised while toiling inside and bursting at the seams. the new colourway of the debut @basementuk record is here. Looks a beaut A photo posted by Banquet Records (@banquetrecords) on Dec 18, 2015 at 8:53am PST 6th press 500 Blue, Green & White starburst 5th press 2100 Translucent gold 4th press SOLD OUT 2000 Blue with white starburst 3rd press SOLD OUT 500 Coke Bottle Green 500 Red 2nd press SOLD OUT 500 Black 300 Cream 200 Pink 1st press SOLD OUT 500 Black 300 Green 200 Grey Run For Cover CD | LP
Basement colourmeinkindness Sometimes labels and distros supply us different LP variants than what was expected. If you're not after one particular variant, order "any variant LP" to speed up your order. Having gone on an indefinite break after this release, this was post-hardcore / punks Basement's last record - but as of Jan 2014 they're back in action! It's a brilliant album - if you like current punk, 90s grunge, old school emo and downright excellent, heartfelt songwriting, this is for you. The band played for us with Crime In Stereo and Title Fight and have been one of the most talked-about UK bands of the last couple of years. --- 1st press (UK release): 400 - Royal Blue/Baby Blue (Record Release Cover) 300 - Dark Red (Banquet Records Exclusive) 1st press (US release, around 50-70 sleeves had been drawn on by Basement member Alex Henery): 700 - Electric Blue 500 - Royal Blue/Baby Blue (Hot Topic Exclusive) 500 - Mustard 300 - Kelly Green Transparent Haze 100 - Electric Blue (Deluxe Bundle Cover) 2nd press: 700 - Orange with Yellow Splatter 500 - Aqua Blue with Green Splatter (Hot Topic Exclusive) 300 - Oxblood with Beer Third Press: 300 Transparent Orange (Originally Purple With Beer Haze) 1200 Blue/Hot Pink Split w/ Baby Pink/Blue Splatter Fourth Press: 4100 Doublemint / Coke Bottle Green 900 Doublemint / Electric Blue with Olive Splatter Fifth Press: 1000 Baby Blue in Clear Color-In-Color 3000 Bone in Clear Color-In-Color Sixth Press: 2000 Yellow in Orange Run For Cover CD | LP
Basement Promise Everything (album) all versions of the album are in now. Banquet exclusive baby pink A side / hot pink B side with white splatter LP from the first pressing, limited to 1000 copies. LP includes a heavy-duty reverse board 350GSM jacket and 24x24 poster on uncoated paper. Don't miss out on merch/album bundle options at bnqt.co/basement. We're so pleased Basement didn't stay on hiatus for long. After last year's Further Sky EP left us wanting more, there's now a new full-length! These guys play brilliant 90's emo/post-hardcore punk we love. Special. Where before on the band’s previous album Colourmeinkindness, songs like “Spoiled” focused more on aggression and lyrical content, Promise Everything takes a more melodic approach. On Promise Everything standout track “Aquasun,” lyrical flow and melody overtake the listener while overt meaning gives way to musicality and its nuance. Tracks like “Submission” or the chorus in “Lose Your Grip” follow suit, challenging the listener to explore the songs aurally as a whole, rather than piece by piece. As a result, Promise Everything feels more complete than previous efforts and the songs feel like they are truly part of the same group. Despite years spent apart, it would seem Basement’s musical conversation has always lingered - and as their first true cohesive document, Promise Everything is only the beginning LP 1st Press 1000 Solid Orange A-Side / Transparent Orange B-Side (Band Exclusive) 1000 Baby Pink A-Side / Hot Pink B-Side with White Splatter (Banquet Exclusive) 1300 Doublemint A-Side / Bone B-Side (Hot Topic Exclusive) 1500 Yellow in Halloween Orange Color-In-Color 2200 Half Baby Blue / Half Royal Blue Run For Cover CD | LP
Basement Revolver Heavy Eyes Heavy Eyes is the debut album from Canadian indie-rock trio Basement Revolver. There’s an air of weariness pervading the album, with the sleepy title Heavy Eyes summing up a general exhaustion right down to the bone, as well as hinting at a heavier direction as they deftly merge ’90s infused indie rock with fuzzy dreamy pop and poignant, yearning lyrics. Unable to disguise the emotion in her voice, songwriter Chrisy Hurn shares intimate stories and personal wounds from her past, revealing a deeply affecting and rewarding set of songs. "Chrisy Hurn’s most romanticized of lead vocals lands blows like some weighty sledgehammer through the robust indie-pop spine that props the whole thing up" – GoldFlakePaint "A sublime treasure and a simple example of the most splendid indie-rock you could hope to hear" – Punktastic Fear of Missing Out CD | LP
Basement Jaxx Jump N Shout / Rendez-Vu (Remixes) Toolroom is pleased to showcase two huge remixes of Basement Jaxx classics; 'Jump N Shout' and 'Rendez-vu'. Originally hitting the musical shelves way back in 1999, Basement Jaxx's seminal 'Jump n Shout' was one of the tracks that launched this acclaimed duo into the hearts and minds of dance music fans all over the world. The ragga-tinged track sums up the continued appeal of Basement Jaxx - adding the fun and individuality back into the scene, and bringing a melting pot of diverse musical influences into club-ready House music. Next up is a brand new interpretation of the all-time classic and instantly recognisable 'Rendez-Vu'. Also released in 1999, this record was one of the first Jaxx tracks to really make an impact and take the Dance scene by storm. Jesse Garcia is on mixing duties and he's delivered a fresh mix that brings the track up to date. His 'Club Mix' goes straight for the Tech-House jugular with an off-beat, energetic bass line alongside those incredible vocals and unmistakable guitars from the original. Toolroom 12"
Basement 5 In Dub Partly formed out of the Art Department of London's Island Records HQ in 1978, Basement 5 were an innovative and highly original black post punk group who created a kind of politically charged, futurist dub. Their lyrics were an attempt to reflect the situation of young people in Britain in the era of Thatcherism, high unemployment, strikes, racism and working class poverty. The seething resentment, dub noise and sheet metal riffage was welded into a mighty sound by Hannett that stands the test of time. In an unparalleled age of crate digging and reissue programs, Basement 5 is one of the few remaining great untold stories of its time. Vinyl has been out of print for over 30 years. [PIAS] LP
Basement 5 1965-1980 Reissue of the reggae-punk fusion band Basement 5's debut album 1965-1980. Partly formed out of the Art Department of London's Island Records HQ in 1978, Basement 5 were an innovative and highly original black post punk group who created a kind of politically charged, futurist dub. Their lyrics were an attempt to reflect the situation of young people in Britain in the era of Thatcherism, high unemployment, strikes, racism and working class poverty. The seething resentment, dub noise and sheet metal riffage was welded into a mighty sound by Hannett that stands the test of time. In an unparalleled age of crate digging and reissue programs, Basement 5 is one of the few remaining great untold stories of its time. Vinyl has been out of print for over 30 years. [PIAS] LP