Here is some 1988 Nuisance for ya’. I’m not sure their entire discography, but I can only assume by the condition of this thing that it is an early recording. It sounds great – a totally great document of the time. Hopefully a treat for all you Nuisance freaks!
Talk about a great piece of documentation. Here is the very first ever Cosmetic Puffs rehersal. This These 3 songs recorded on handheld quickly became four which we recorded on 4-track and performed did at the Vista just a day after. This was super surpising to find. It was hidden on side B of that Drunk By Noon tape. I am confident this has never seen the light of day and I bet I am the first person to listen to this recording since it was made or very shortly after – and here it is!
Here’s some fuckin’ metal for ya’. I’m pretty sure Marcus Carcass was involved with this project – really not sure who else was in this band. 8 tracks of hesher demo is killer!
Pretty excited Benny is hooking us up with a bunch of Great Salvation demos and practice stuff. Here is the first batch. I only got to see these guys once in Arcata (my drunk ass played with Audio Wreck that night at the same show), and I really wish I had gotten to experience this band more. I was lucky enough to work with Benny getting the record done and am real proud of that project.
Here is another one I missed. I was living in San Francisco at the time and had no idea this was going on. I would have high-tailed my ass back home to see these dudes do Clouds Taste Metallic had I known.. Not sure the entire lineup here. Maybe Swan or Jon or Tim on keys, Joaquin on drums? CC is singing obvs. Not sure who else ios in there.
Sin Men debut CD release from 1999. I love this record and always have. This thing got me through many homesick nights in New York. Some of the best times of my life were playing shows with the Sin Men back in the late 90’s. Miss that shit man.
Here are some really great Audio Lobotomies practices. This stuff has certainly never seen the light of day. These were either at Ethan’s place on hawthorne, Nate P’s place, or my place on J street. Good energy and decent sound! Get it.
I was pretty hammered when this record came out and it is hard to remember all the details – I used to come visit and always loved to see Buffy Swayze. It was always nice to see something a little different with the keyboard drummer. Seriously y’all – great band!
What can I say? The best hype-man to ever come out of McKinlyville.
Late 90’s/Early 00’s. Nerd Core.
This one is a pretty rough, but has good energy for sure. I’m not sure if anyone has ever defined a rural 90’s punk band before; if I was writing that music dictionary, I’d definitely put a picture of these guys front and center.