Sunday, May 1, 2016

Suicide - 23 Minutes In Brussels

A Quick & Quiet Intro.....

Ok, so the old calendar has once again come around to a time that fills me with deep sadness. So once again I ask you to please bear with me this month as I keep the theme to myself, although it shouldn't be too hard to figure out. No write ups this month, just the tunes. Back to normal next month.

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Auntie Christ - Life Could Be A Dream

We end the month alot like we began. With Exene. So, after X went quiet in the early 90's Exene and drummer DJ Bonebrake got together with Matt Freeman from Rancid for this short-lived late 90's project. The sound feels like a more updated X, with a bit more spring in their step. It's a great release. And, just in case you're not paying attention the first time around, they repeat the ENTIRE cd after the last track.

Stupid Fuckin' Kids Wake Up!

Friday, April 29, 2016

Tijuana Sweetheart - Public Display Of Infection

I just love these ladies from Massachusetts. Sadly they're no longer a band, but they left behind a small amount of music to hold on to. This is their debut from 2007.

Fuck You, Fuck Your Mom, Fuck Your Whole Entire Clientele

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Texas Terri Bomb! - Your Lips... My Ass!

Today we're taking a trip to Raunch City, baby! Texas Terri has had a long career of street tough punk rock 'n' roll. This is the 2004 release from her band Texas Terri Bomb! Come on and get some!

I Want Your Dirty Action

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Lunachicks - Jerk Of All Trades

Not only are the Lunachicks one of my all time favorite all-girl bands, they're one of my favorite 90's bands period. This is their 1995 release and yes, it kicks ass.

Punch You In Your Stupid Face

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Girlschool - Demolition

Another legendary all girl band. Is Girlschool punk? Probably not. But I think they're certainly on the punk side of metal. They started in the late 70's and are still rockin' today. This is their debut album, released in 1980, and dammit, it deserves to be here!

Nine Nine Nine, Emergency