Aug 28, 2010

Oneida & Pterodactyl - The Green Corridor I Split (Altin Village & Mine Records, 2010)

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Aug 19, 2010

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Puffy Areolas - Summer Tour CS (Self-Released, 2010)

Puffy Areolas - Rock N Roll Express 7'' (Die Stasi, 2010)
Aug 9, 2010

V/A - 2010 - Welcome Home: Diggin' The Universe (A Woodsist Compilation)

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Aug 5, 2010

U.S. Girls - Lunar Life 7'' (Atelier Ciseaux, 2010)

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Puffy Areolas - Summer Tour CS (Self-Released, 2010)

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Cacaw LP (Permanent, 2010)

Back in early 2009, Permanent issued Cacaw's debut "Get A Brain" EP and quickly sold through the first pressing of 300 copies. There was an immediate repress, which has also since sold out. Here we are just over a year and a half later, proudly offering Cacaw's follow-up eponymous LP which has been pressed in a limited first edition of 500 copies. If you dug the brutal noise rock sounds crammed onto the one side of their debut EP, you're gonna flip over their brand new LP. It's heavier, louder, and longer. That's right, two full sides of Cacaw's signature noise rock brutality. A big selling point for their first release was the fact that two of the Coughs are in Cacaw, however, Cacaw have since garnered their own audience and the Coughs reference seems barely worth mentioning any longer. For those of you who haven't heard them yet, Cacaw takes the Coughs sound and distills it down to a more minimal yet no less intense brand of really fucking groovy noise rock. Cacaw have quickly become one of Chicago's most popular underground rock bands. Fans who have witnessed their live shows always seem to leave begging for more. Check out some tracks here. Cacaw's second record, just like their first release, is a doozie both sonically and visually. The grooves on the marbled colored vinyl contain some incredibly intense jams. The card stock tri-color jacket has also been diligently hand screen printed by band members. This release is more than a record its a piece of art.
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