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”
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