Bangers/ What-A-Nights 7” Out Today, Split Label release On Drunken Sailor records and Snuffy Smiles
Onoe of the best bands from the UK, Bangers, team up with the amazing What-A-Nights (featuring ex members of I Excuse and Minority Blues Band) for this killer split 7”
Also new to the distro, some Snuffy Smiles 7”s/ LARM/ Blank Pages/ Neon Piss

Bangers/ What-A-Nights 7” Out Today, Split Label release On Drunken Sailor records and Snuffy Smiles

Onoe of the best bands from the UK, Bangers, team up with the amazing What-A-Nights (featuring ex members of I Excuse and Minority Blues Band) for this killer split 7”

Also new to the distro, some Snuffy Smiles 7”s/ LARM/ Blank Pages/ Neon Piss

As well as all Drunken Sailor Records releases, in the distro you can find stuff like, the UK Exclusive, Blue Vinyl, 100 Only ‘Toys That Kill - Fambly 42 LP, stuff from Neon Piss/ LARM/ Treasure Fleet/ Bangers/ Blank Pages and loads more.
Out on Friday June 8th, split label release with Snuffy Smiles, Bangers/ What-A-Nights 7”.
Upcoming releases inc, Toys That Kill/ Future Virgins 7”, Husker Du tribute 7” (split release with Dead Broke), Vacation 7”

As well as all Drunken Sailor Records releases, in the distro you can find stuff like, the UK Exclusive, Blue Vinyl, 100 Only ‘Toys That Kill - Fambly 42 LP, stuff from Neon Piss/ LARM/ Treasure Fleet/ Bangers/ Blank Pages and loads more.


Out on Friday June 8th, split label release with Snuffy Smiles, Bangers/ What-A-Nights 7”.

Upcoming releases inc, Toys That Kill/ Future Virgins 7”, Husker Du tribute 7” (split release with Dead Broke), Vacation 7”


Low Culture - ST 7” Now Up For Sale In The Store
Split Label Release From Drunken Sailor Records, Rad Girlfriend, Dead Broke and Dirt Cult.
"In late 2011, when it was clear that Shang-A-Lang was ending because Andy was moving to Idaho and Total Jock (a short lived hardcore project) was over done because James made a quick decision to move to Albuquerque, I asked Cade and Sam (of Total Jock) if they wanted to start a new band. We practiced a few times as a three-piece and recorded a 4-song demo. A few weeks later Joe (Marked Men/Shang-A-Lang) announced that he was moving back to Las Cruces. The first day he was back, we went for beers before practice and I asked if he wanted to join the band. We showed up unannounced, Joe plugged in, learned some songs, and then I asked Cade and Sam if he could join the band. That’s kind of backwards I know, but it worked out. Low Culture’s first show in early November 2011 was at Shang-A-Lang’s last show. Circle of life…
Low Culture plays catchy garage punk that while not far removed from half of the band’s previous project, Shang-A-Lang, has a lot less emphasis on riffs and blown out recordings, and more emphasis on melody and crisp (while not necessarily “over-produced”) recordings. 4-songs, no download code but you can download it for pay what you will on any of the label’s Bandcamp sites.” Chris Mason.

Get it in the UK from Drunken Sailor Records

Low Culture - ST 7” Now Up For Sale In The Store

Split Label Release From Drunken Sailor Records, Rad Girlfriend, Dead Broke and Dirt Cult.

"In late 2011, when it was clear that Shang-A-Lang was ending because Andy was moving to Idaho and Total Jock (a short lived hardcore project) was over done because James made a quick decision to move to Albuquerque, I asked Cade and Sam (of Total Jock) if they wanted to start a new band. We practiced a few times as a three-piece and recorded a 4-song demo. A few weeks later Joe (Marked Men/Shang-A-Lang) announced that he was moving back to Las Cruces. The first day he was back, we went for beers before practice and I asked if he wanted to join the band. We showed up unannounced, Joe plugged in, learned some songs, and then I asked Cade and Sam if he could join the band. That’s kind of backwards I know, but it worked out. Low Culture’s first show in early November 2011 was at Shang-A-Lang’s last show. Circle of life…

Low Culture plays catchy garage punk that while not far removed from half of the band’s previous project, Shang-A-Lang, has a lot less emphasis on riffs and blown out recordings, and more emphasis on melody and crisp (while not necessarily “over-produced”) recordings. 4-songs, no download code but you can download it for pay what you will on any of the label’s Bandcamp sites.” Chris Mason.

Get it in the UK from Drunken Sailor Records

  • UK DIY Punk Rock Label