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Eric & Mary’s Radio Show

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Eric & Many’s Radio Show on UofL’s campus radio station – check it out tonight at 7:30-9:30. I’ll be on there tonight playing some new unreleased stuff from Lee Van Cleef and Straight A’s as well as a bunch of older Louisville stuff. Or if you’re on campus around then, come by and spit all over the radio station windows and say “oi!” a lot. I just now realized that they’re apparently internet only now? That probably happened 10 years ago, I didn’t know. Whoops. Well, you’re reading this online, so you’ve got no excuse to not listen online I guess.

edit: Pictures are up at

New shirts finally on the way

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

A number of you have been asking me about Louisville Hardcore shirts for the past… 3-4 years. And some of you don’t care, and fuck you. I said I would finally get down to it in November 2009, and didn’t. Well, your fashion sensibilities can rejoice because at March’s First Saturday show at Skull Alley, new shirts should be available for $10. Proceeds will go to paying the hosting cost for the site as well as hopefully buying (non)dead hookers for Adam Rains. All shirts printed by Skull Alley on labor-friendly shirts and do not contain sequins or recycled bible pages. For that matter, they will not fit inside a toaster. They will help mop up spilt coffee, but I don’t make any claim of their ability to turn you invisible.

This will be the initial run of LHxC shirts in these colors and may be limited to just this run, we’ll see. I’ll look to trying to keep these in stock for now on either way. But if you aren’t into the straight typography thing, and you still would like to either have something that says “Louisville” or support this site, I’m announcing that over the Summer and Fall, there will be low-run shirts by some of Louisville’s punk/hardcore artists. The first two shirts will be coming in around May/July and will feature Justin Kamerer (aka Angryblue) and Stan Doll (aka CSDIV). There will be 2 more artists announced later. I’m likely going to get them to do 2-color shirts and those will probably go for around $12 apiece, or you can sacrifice your first born. These shirts will also debut at a First Saturday show, then available later on at Skull Alley or on the online Louisville Hardcore shop. Thanks for reading this and (not) posting follow up photos of Goatse.

HxC/Punk Guide to Christianity

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

Since it was being raffled off at the Brother Doubt/Dark Overlords/Black Cloud show a little over a week ago, I figured I’d finally get the Hardcore/Punk Guide To Christianity put back up. I know that several other sites still have it available (and it did come with that Bloodpack CD.. like 10 years ago), but since it originated from Louisville, it deserves a spot here as well.

It’s not confirmed, but I hear that there may be some updates to the text in the future (straight from Robin Banks). If that happens, I’ll definitely post something here. If you are interested in having a print copy, the text is still available from places such as AK Press.

LHxC Maintenance

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

LHxC may be offline for short periods starting tonight and continuing to Thursday as the site is moved to a new hosting account. And if you find that the site goes a bit slow after the move – sorry, I won’t be able to do much about it at the moment. Enjoy your flooding!

Site Updates

Saturday, November 24th, 2007

If anyone has problems accessing the History or Forums, here’s why:
The History has been plagued with spam for a while now. I’m updating the software to counteract this, and until it is finished, no one (admins excluded) can add/edit pages on there. Once the software updates are installed, the theme/look will be messed up until I can code a new look.
The Forums have a similar problem, where recent software updates didn’t work with the preexisting theme, so I’ll have to recode that as well.
Sorry for the inconvenience on your eyes.
Also, if this site is blocked at your work or school, you can use to get around the net nanny nonesense.