The Lillingtons Can Anybody Hear Me? (A Tribute To Enemy You) Red Scare Industries CD | LP Pre-Order
Nothington In The End The long-awaited new album from the San Franscican punks Nothington. In The End will be the first full length studio album from the band in five years. After playing a thousand sweaty shows and the occasional spurt of activity in the form of a 7" or a tour with The Lawrence Arms, the band went into hibernation. The guys needed to catch their breath, catch up with friends, and catch up with adulthood. Revitalised and full of energy, the first track Cobblestones gives us a great taste of what's to come.. classic, fun punk-rock vibes with punchy riffs and infectious hooks. For fans of: Against Me!, The Swellers, Dave Hause and Jeff Rosenstock. Red Scare Industries
Brendan Kelly / Sam Russo The Tip Split 7" between The Lawrence Arms' Brendan Kelly and UK roubadour Sam Russo Sam's offering picks up where his debut full length, "Storm", left off: stirring ballads with a hint of Americana. In contrast to Sam's full-band approach, Brendan's two songs are sparsely tracked in the backroom of a bar, but bear his trademark wit and melodic rasp that have made him an alt-punk hero. No telling what is implied with the title of this EP, but given that Sam is from England, it seems unlikely that it's a reference to leaving a gratuity... Red Scare Industries 7"
Guerilla Poubelle La Nausee For Fans Of: Propagandhi, The Lawrence Arms, RVIVR, Dead To Me, Off With Their Heads, Against Me! Guerilla Poubelle have been an enduring force in Europe's DIY underground scene for years. These Leftist Parisians have been doing good work in the punk scene and helping all our comrades with shows in France, so we figured it was time we give this band a listen, and SACRE BLEU are they good. They play huge shows and festivals back home, but now it's time for the rest of the world to hear their hard-hitting singalong punk. It sounds like Hot Water Music, but with radical politics, French feminism, and their trademark themes of Romanticism / Anarchism / Existentialism. It's a rowdy, rockin' mix and it's MUCH welcome during these dark days of Donald Trump. Red Scare Industries CD | LP
Direct Hit Brainless God A long awaited repress of the debut album from Milwaukee's Direct Hit!. Rough, unpolished pop-punk sounding like a cross between Off With Their Heads and Blink-182. This album came out sounding so good you'd almost think Direct Hit! made a pact with Old Scratch himself. Does that mean we have to pay him royalties too? Red Scare Industries LP