The venerable Noise Pollution label is gearing up for one of the most exciting releases of the year… they are currently working on a compilation of the original punk bands from the area. Entitled Bold Beginnings: An Incomplete Collection of Louisville Punk 1978-1983, the comp will include such bands as The Endtables, No Fun, The Babylon Dance Band, Malignant Growth, Your Food, and more. The compilation will likely be in CD format and out sometime this fall.
AUXILIARY RECORDS New Releases – Available in our online store now!
– COLISEUM & YOUNG WIDOWS Limited Edition Split CD – $5.00
Limited to 500 copies and released in conjunction with the Coliseum & Young Widows Summer 2006 tour, this split features two brand new unreleased songs from each band and awesome packaing – screen printed, foil stamped, and entirely assembled by hand. Few left!
– WOLVERINE BRASS Wicked Witch CD – $10.00
The debut full length from Louisville’s Wolverine Brass, including members who have done time in Lords, The National Acrobat, Elliott, Parlour and more. Awesome Unwound, Nirvana and Sonic Youth inspired indie rock.
– YOUNG WIDOWS Settle Down City LP – Preorder $10.00
Preorder the debut album from Young Widows. The first 200 orders get clear vinyl. All copies come in our usual cool vinyl packaging with screen printed covers. Orders ship Sept 12th.
Also new from Coliseum:
Don’t forget, this is tomorrow…
w/special guests, Gaj Mustafa Cell
Sat Aug 12.
All Ages. $6. 7pm.
FREE VRKTM/Lucky Pineapple split 7″ with admission! (see below)
“Ladies and Gentlemen…Piss Alley”
A new band by the name of Piss Alley has recently formed and begun writing songs. For any who may care, the band consists of Mike Welch (ex Trane) on vocals, Tony Ash (Nixon) on guitar, Jason Sparks (Ten to Midnight) on guitar, Pat Hume (Brain Banger, ex Lords) on bass, and Doug Walker (Nixon, Gaj Mustafa Cell) on drums. Proudly and unabashedly wearing its influences all over their collective sleeves (the Stooges, Black Sabbath, the Kinks, blah blah blah et.al), Piss Alley plans to make its local debut sometime this fall, so…’til then….