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Punk/Hardcore/Garage Rock/Etc. Appreciation Thread

Posted by LionsMouth 
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February 27, 2018 10:14PM
^^^ I know , super late response , but Born Without A Face is great !!
For me over the last few days ..

Days N Daze - Crustfall lp. I’ve been listening to a lot of folk - punk / thrashgrass lately . I recently found Days N Daze . I was glad to finally find some of their music on vinyl!! I enjoy this lp , but not quite as much as their older albums ( The Oogle Deathmachine, Rogue Taxidermy ) . There’s not a huge difference in the music , but I’m used to hearing their music sound like it was recorded in someone’s living room and it really adds to the music . This album is much more professionally produced and sounds pretty clean compared to the previous albums . Still this is a pretty good listen . I like how these guys have a bluegrass / folky sound , flows from heavy and punk rock to almost sweet and pretty at times . That type of movement in one album usually wouldn’t work for me , but somehow does on this and their other albums . The horn ( trumpet ) is a nice touch too . I like this one enough to recommend it , but I say give the other two full lengths a listen too . Their rawness add a little something that is missing here ..




Days N Daze / Rail Yard Ghost split 7” . That’s right , more Days N Days , but this one has the added bonus of the Rail Yard Ghosts . RYG is very deep rooted in the folky , bluegrass sound , but still have the punk rock attitude . I was also glad to find some of their music on vinyl . I’m really digging this 7” . It’s got that very raw sound I was referring to above . The RYG tracks sound kinda like somebody recorded them with their phone or a tape recorder sitting in the room . But I love that they sound like that and wouldn’t want to hear them any other way ...





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February 28, 2018 01:31PM
Woah that Crust Fall is really good! I would like to have that one. double thumbs up



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February 28, 2018 02:44PM
It’s limited to 1000 , so you may want to get one soon !! Ships from Canada . You can get it HERE . The split 7” is from the same label .
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February 28, 2018 03:53PM
Cool thanks man.



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March 01, 2018 07:35PM
I got another Folk punk album today ..



Blackbird Raum - Swidden 2lp . I’m glad to finally have this album . These guys are folk punk to the core , with a medieval undertone . I have never gotten into that medieval sound until this band , and the way they combine it with the folk punk and an anarcho attitude really blends well . It’s a solid listen , but there are some slow , very mellow points that I could see some people not really enjoying , but for me , I dig them !!






This was thrown in for free , because I ordered the BR album on the day that Dustin at 1859 Records left for vacation and I had to wait a few days for it to ship ..



Abolitionist - The Pinnacle 7” ep . Punk rock , but with a pop punk feel . Still with a pissed off and political edge . Sorry couldn’t find a video of a track from this 7” .

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