#495

December 7, 2021

Part 29 in the 7″ played alphabetically series on Gulls Window Circus. This week we travel from Girls With Credit Cards to Grace Budd. Nice to hear The Gits again. Always a joy to hear The Go-Betweens and Vic Godard. The Godheadsilo track resonated with me more than it used to. Go-Kart cover the same track that Fun Boy Three did a few shows ago (Summertime). The second hour starts with one song out of order, but I love this track and only just got it. It is Avocadoclub, on the label Firestation Tower that we have been experiencing other bands on as well. The Glidshees are also on that label. Alphabetized 7″s are fun!

Glorious Strangers

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Artist Song Release Label
Girls With Credit Cards Madonna-Wanna-Be Tonight Madonna-Wanna-Be Tonight Moolah Records
The Gits Spear & Magic Helmet Spear & Magic Helmet Empty Records
Giuda Number 10 Number 10 Got Kinda Lost Records
The Gizmos Disaster In Dayton 21st Century Gizmos Fans Can’t Be Wrong Gulcher Records
Glendale Brown Recluse Glendale Art Monk Construction
The Glidshees Long Time Long Time Firestation Tower Records
Glorious Strangers Why Don’t You Join The Army? Why Don’t You Join The Army? Theoretical Records
The Glove Punish Me With Kisses Punish Me With Kisses Wonderland
The Go-Betweens World Weary Your Turn, My Turn Missing Link
Vic Godard & The Spirit Of The Sect No Love (Now) No Love (Now) Garcia Records
Godheadsilo Elephantitus Of The Night Elephantitus Of The Night Kill Rock Stars
God Is My Co-Pilot Handsome Molly Gender Is As Gender Does Funky Mushroom Records
God’s Heart Attack Ain’t No Hooker Treat Me Like A Doll No Fun
Godzuki Gleason Rocket Toast March Records
Go-Kart Summertime Lighthouse Magnatone Products
Gold No Parking No Parking Golden State Records
Lotti Golden Sock It To Me Baby Sock It To Me Baby High Moon Records

Artist Song Release Label
Avocadoclub Girls Use Deodorant These Days Girls Use Deodorant These Days Firestation Tower Records
Golden Earring When The Lady Smiles Twilight Zone Music On Vinyl
Golden Starlet Hey! Girlfreind Cheap Tartlets Slampt
Goldstoned Babybabybaby Ready Steady Goldstoned E.P. 1 Firestation Tower Records
Goldstoned Right Track (Maximum R’n’b 3 Mix) Tonight Let’s All Get Goldstoned Firestation Tower Records
Gonzales Erotobot Erotobot Elefant Records
Good Horsey The Last Customer The Last Customer Shrimper
Dave Goodman And Friends Justifiable Homicide ? Justifiable Homicide The Label
Robert Gordon With Link Wray Fire Fire Private Stock
Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci Sweet Johnny Sweet Johnny Fontana
Gorls He Don’t Understand Tracie Dope Records
Go Sailor I Just Do Fine Day For Sailing Yoyo Recordings
Grace Budd Neon Glass Neon Glass Plumb Records
Greenhorn Through The Thick Of It Through The Thick Of It Anyway Records

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#494

November 23, 2021

Part 28 in the 7″ played alphabetically series on Gulls Window Circus. Dots and Bilal & Nikki Jean start us off out of order with a Squeeze cover. Gerty Farish and The Dots do Kraftwerk covers. Fuchsia does a Pink Floyd cover, which is funny, as last week The Dots did one too. A band Gulls Window Circus loves the heck out of (Gilded Lil) have a great track, also luvin the Droogs, Unnatural Axe, Gaunt, Generics, and Gerbils tracks as well as the Girls At Our Best one, which has the harshest cold stop ending I can recall.

Girlfrendo

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Artist Song Release Label
Bilal & Nikki Jean Black Coffee In Bed Black Coffee In Bed Yep Roc Records
The Dots The Model The Model AAI
Droogs Garden Of My Mind Only Game In Town Plug N Socket
Aaron Frazer Over You Over You Colemine Records
Fuchsia See Emily Play Barrett’s Allsorts Fruits de Mer Records
Future Dads Tree Outside Dorchester Summer Modern Method Records
Füxa Photon Free Your Soul Burnt Hair
Peter Gabriel Lead A Normal Life Games Without Frontiers Mercury
The Gagosians Run For My Honey Run For My Honey Phantom Island
Serge Gainsbourg Melody Nelson Melody Nelson Mode Serie
Alastair Galbraith Stalemate Cluster Raffmond
Galen The Detective The Heroin Bench Bulb Records
Gang Green ‎ Alcohol Skate To Hell Taang! Records
Garlands Just The Verses Just The Verses Not On Label
Gaunt Black Cat Solution Snap! Crackle Punk!
The Gay Intruders It’s Not Today In The Race Munster Records

Artist Song Release Label
The Gears Hard Rock Let’s Go To The Beach Munster Records
Gem Sheep Sheep Carcrashh
Generation X Trying For Kicks (Winstanley Mix) Your Generation (Winstanley Mix) Chrysalis
The Generics The Bitt Cost Cutter Feel It Records
Gentle Tuesday Sense, Sorrow And Telescopes Misgiving Me A Boy Wonder
The Gentle Waves Evensong (French Version) Evensong Jeepster Recordings
The Geraldine Fibbers Birthday Boy Dragon Lady Sympathy For The Record Industry
The Gerbils Is She Fiona Glue Hidden Agenda Records
Gerry And The Holograms Increased Resistance Meet The Dissidents Absurd Records
Gerty Farish We Are Robot Deadly Attackers Menlo Park Recordings
Gilded Lil When I Was Young When I Was Young Guided Missile
Matt Gimmick Ya Don’t Want My Name Detroit Renaissance ’79 HoZac Records
Giorgio Murderer Lazer Lord Lazer Lord Goner Records
Girlboy Girl Always Right A 4-track E.p. Orgasm
Girlfrendo Girlfrendo Anthem Shout It Out Loud And Clear Girlfrendo Gives You That Fab Gear Where It’s At Is Where You Are
Girls At Our Best Getting Nowhere Fast Getting Nowhere Fast Optic Nerve Recordings
The Girls Jeffrey I Hear You Jeffrey I Hear You Hearthan

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#493

November 16, 2021

Part 27 in the 7″ played alphabetically series on Gulls Window Circus runs from Fabric to Furtips, with (as usual it seems) a slight side-trip into bygone letters to catch up with new finds. One such side-trip is the final Ed Gein’s Car single, which sees them expand their sound palette, and predicts later Scott Weiss bands such as Iron Prostate and Oscar And The Pidgin Sisters. A joy to hear the fist Flying Nuns – the Boston band, not the NZ label – single. All 6 singles in the For The Love Of Jesus series are played and sounds pretty darned fine. NYC babd 4 Skins – no relation to the UK Oi band, are here. New French music from Fotomatik, Gulls Window Circus favorites Further, and the inimitable Free Design.

Ed Gein's Car

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Artist Song Release Label
Action Patrol Bike Cop B Is For Bombard Assorted Porkchops
Ed Gein’s Car Naked Man Naked Man Vital Music
Fabric Feel Good Hit Of The Year Feel Good Hit Of The Year Machination Records
The Factory Try A Little Sunshine Try A Little Sunshine Solution Records
Faz Waltz Grown Up Guy Grown Up Guy Spaghetty Town Records
Flying Nuns Disco Dancing Queen Disco Dancing Queen Summerville Records
Flying Saucer Attack Land Beyond The Sun Land Beyond The Sun Drag City
Fontaines D.C. I Don’t Belong A Hero’s Death Partisan Records
Formula One Big Eye Stare Big Eye Stare Václav Records
Elmore Williams Hoopin’ & Hollerin’ For The Love Of Jesus – Chapter One Sympathy For The Record Industry
T-Model Ford I’m Insane For The Love Of Jesus – Chapter Two Sympathy For The Record Industry
Frank Roach Alabama For The Love Of Jesus – Chapter Three Sympathy For The Record Industry
Cedell Davis Keep On Snatchin’ It Back For The Love Of Jesus – Chapter Four Sympathy For The Record Industry
Robert Cage Liza Jane For The Love Of Jesus – Chapter Five Sympathy For The Record Industry
Junior Kimbrough All Night Long (Instrumental) For The Love Of Jesus – Chapter Six Sympathy For The Record Industry

Artist Song Release Label
Robert Forster w/ Jherek Bischoff & String Quartet In Her Diary People Say Slowboy Records
4 Skins When I’m Gone I’m Mad Beatnote Records
14th Wish I Gotta Get Rid Of You 14th Wish HoZac Records
Fotomatic Take A Ride Bipolarity Pop Supérette
John Foxx 20th Century Burning Car Metal Beat
Chris Free A Mad Affair A Mad Affair EP Spinout Nuggets
Freeboy What Are Friends For? Rocketship Plastic Cowboy
The Free Design My Very Own Angel Christmas Single 1 Siesta
The Freed Unit Widdershins Widdershins Pickled Egg Records
From Bubblegum to Sky Hello Hello Hi My Thousand Years With Robots Eenie Meenie Records
Fuck Monkey Does His Thing MonkeyBeautyShotgun Rhesus Records
Fugu F1 F31 Elefant Records
The Fun Boy Three Summertime Summertime Chrysalis
Further Surfing Pointers Surfing Pointers Christmas Records
Furtips Found Pitched Up Twinkle Ajax Records

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#492

November 9, 2021

Part 21 in the 7″ played alphabetically series on Gulls Window Circus starts with Liverpool band and onetime Zoo Records artists Expelaires and runs through NYC pre-Babytooth band Fluffy. In between EZTV & Nic Hessler do Milk ‘N Cookies and Bryan Ferry do Beatles covers, Fantastic! Give us the awesome Starfield, we hear the first Fashiön 7″, the first Steve Wynn (Dream Syndicate) release as 15 Minutes, Fish Turned Human with Dolly Mixture on backing vocals, Karel Fialka with the memorable The Eyes Have It, debut 7″ by Boston band Field Day with Thalia Zedek’s brother – every song has a story and you will hear them today.

The Fast

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Artist Song Release Label
Expelaires Sympathy (Don’t Be Taken In) Sympathy Rockburgh Records
Extroverts Just Another House You Gotta Lose Supreme Echo
EZTV & Nic Hessler Buy This Records Buy This Record Captured Tracks
Facts About Israel Sewing Facts About Israel TORN CHORD RECORDS
Fad Gadget Back To Nature Back To Nature Mute
Jad & David Fair Voodoo Master Jad & David Fair Vesuvius
Family Fodder Nerd Sex Sex Works Jungle Records
Tav Falco Panther Burns Where The Rio De Rosa Flows Sway ORG Music
The Famous Boyfriend At Least We’re Trying At Least We’re Trying 555 Recordings
Fantastic! Starfield Montgomery Clift E.P. Siesta
Farflung Icarus Icarus Big Jesus Enterprises
The Farmer’s Boys T.O.S.D. For You EMI
Fàshiön Music Killing Time Stéädy Eddié Stéädy Fàshiön Music
The Fast Cars Crash Cars Crash Sounds Interesting Records

Artist Song Release Label
Fat Truckers Multiplex Teenage Daughter Cercle Records
The Feelies Raised Eyebrows Raised Eyebrows Rough Trade
Felt Something Sends Me To Sleep (Version) Something Sends Me To Sleep Cherry Red
Bryan Ferry She’s Leaving Home Tokyo Joe Polydor
Karel Fialka The Eyes Have It The Eyes Have It Blueprint
Field Day The Next Day The Next Day Light Of Day Records
15 Minutes Last Chance For You That’s What You Always Say Down There Records
Fire Engines Candyskin Candyskin Pop Aural
Fish Turned Human Repulsion Animal Transport Detour Entertainments
The Flamin’ Groovies I Can’t Hide I Can’t Hide Sire
Flanders I Am The Cheese I Am The Cheese AAJ Records
The Flashcubes Wait Till Next Week Wait Till Next Week Northside
Fleetwood Mac Dragonfly Dragonfly Reprise Records
The Fleshtones The World Has Changed The World Has Changed I.R.S. Records
A Flock Of Seagulls Talking Talking Cocteau Records
Fluffy Alien Baby Tooth Fluffy Disc

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#491

November 2, 2021

Today November 2 5-7pm ET on www.wzbc.org or anytime on www.gullswindowcircus.com – Part 20 in the 7″ played alphabetically series on Gulls Window Circus finds us starting with the elusive East Village and running through the absolute institution The Ex. As usual, plenty of bands that only released one 7″ in their career, though selection cares not for that, it only favors the best tracks. E. Coli has been a fave of mine for a long time, but I only recently discovered that the three 7″s they released all have different versions than the tracks on their lone LP. The Ecstatics is the Long Island band that introduced the world to Spike (D.R.I) and John Ceparano (Stargazer Lillies). I love the track by Eighth Route Army, had forgotten how jazzy and different The Elevators were, continue to draw blanks when attempting to discover information about the band Emma, delight in hearing my college friend Jim Fletcher in Erratic Sculpture, love the Essential Bop track and like both covers in this show (The Elevator Drops and Even As We Speak do Buggles and New Order respectively)

Elektra

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Artist Song Release Label
East Village Black Autumn Black Autumn Excellent. Records
Eater You Outside View Munster Records
Echoboy 57-59 (Bite The Bullet) Pure New Wool EP For Us Records
E. Coli Then Arrives 0157H7 Triple X Records
The Ecstatics Body Shake The Sound Of Breaking Glass Music Systems International Records
The Edge Newport Gestapo Death To A.O.R. Smear Records
18th Dye Dive Dive ché
Eighth Route Army Outside My Window Outside My Window 1 Dimensional Records
The Electric Prunes World Of Darkness I’ve Got A Way Of My Own Sundazed Music
Electric Sound Of Joy Total Turn Total Turn Earworm
Elektra Meid Kaasa Muusika Viib Keegi Frotee
The Elevator Drops Video Killed The Radio Star Twitch Curve Of The Earth –
The Elevators Shave Shave Blow Up Records
El Hombre Trajeado Logo Logo Flotsam & Jetsam

Artist Song Release Label
Ellis Island Sound Data Centre Data Centre Faux-Lux
El Pifco Bananas Meltdown Metallic Rainforest
The Embarrassment Patio Set Sex Drive Last Laugh Records
Emma Silent & Still Blue Girl Compulsiv Music
Emperor Julian Free Product Disco Gene Piao!
Emperor Julian Go Scientist Disco Gene Piao!
England’s Glory Shattered Illusions City Of Fun HoZac Records
EPA Here Comes The Sun Again Evergreens Vol. One MykeDroner
Erratic Sculpture Can You Forget Can You Forget Recordamatt Records
Essential Bop Croaked Croaked Monopause Records
Estees Rocket Longing For You Longing For You Estees
Eve It Don´t Matter To Me The Warrior Munster Records
Even As We Speak Bizarre Love Triangle Blue Suburban Skies Optic Nerve Recordings
Even Worse Leaving Leaving Leaving
Evergreen Pants Off Pants Off Hi-Ball Records
Evergreen Shoulders Evergreen Wrenched Records
The Ex Slimy Toad 6.1 Ex Records

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#490

October 26, 2021

Part 19 in the 7″ played alphabetically series on Gulls Window Circus continues catch-up on the letters A-E, which started in 2018. I had so much fun with this one – I think there is a certain rhythm when you play nothing but 7″ singles – same as a 12″-only show or LP tracks show, each have their identity. There are many one-single wonders in this show, which I point out as I introduce each. Special attention to: The Blackouts, Broadcast (not the UK Broadcast, this one is from Kansas), The Desert Wolves, DIAMONDS (almost Echo & the Bunnymen epic in reach), Domino Rally With Magnus Lawrie (Urusei Yatsura is the backing band), fond Boston history with Dub 7, and sublime closer East River Pipe.

Domino Rally

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Artist Song Release Label
Articles Of Faith I’ve Got Mine Wait Wasteland Records
Atila Africa 2 Fish Ranch Records
Beatnik Filmstars 50/50 Split Pink Noize Slumberland Records
Biff Bang Pow! Fifty Years Of Fun Fifty Years Of Fun Creation Records
The Blackouts The Underpass 528 Seconds Modern Records
Blatant Dissent The Catalysts / They, They, They Is There A Fear? Landmind Records
Broadcast Zero Hour Untitled EP Fresh Sounds Inc
Can You Imagine? Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep Melody And Car Parts JukeBox Records Music Company
The Desert Wolves Love Scattered Lives Love Scattered Lives Optic Nerve Recordings
The Deviants Let’s Loot The Supermarket You’ve Got To Hold On Munster Records
DIAMONDS Cry We Will Always Be Alone Custom Made Music
Disco Junk Mutual Hate Underage Punk HoZac Records
Disco Volante No Motion No Motion Medical Records LLC
Distraction Boys Pay Off The Cops Live On Ave. B Cryptovision
Disturbed Furniture Information Information Disturbed Records
Ditch Croaker Monkey Wild Monkey Wild Fine Corinthian

Artist Song Release Label
The Bucaneer’s I’m A Fool You’re Never Gonna Love Me Anymore Amigo
Cash & Skye Sweeping Wet Floors No More Candy Third Man Records
The Fabulous Courettes R.I.N.G.O R.I.N.G.O Damaged Goods
The Dogmatics The Ballad of Wilbur Ross She’s the One Rum Bar Records
Domino Rally With Magnus Lawrie Art School Cool Art School Cool Modern Independent Records
The Dots Interstellar Overdrive How To Write A Pop Song AAI
The Dragons Together Surfin’ Again Wildcat Discovery Records
The Dream Syndicate The Ballad Of Dwight Frye Bob And Ornette And Ted And Alice Forced Exposure
Drill Happy Home Happy Home Flying Nun Records
Dub 7 Gavel Groove Gavel Groove Core 4 Records
Ducks Unlimited Annie Forever Get Bleak Bobo Integral
Dump Living On The Moon You & I 18 Wheeler
Duochrome Theremin Neon Ground Effects Dada Records
East River Pipe Psychic Whore Make A Deal With The City Hell Gate

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#489

October 19, 2021

Part 18 in the 7″ played alphabetically series. This week we continue the catch up started in #487 (continuing next week as well), where we play all the singles in A-E that were obtained since the series first started several years ago. I love Edwin Collins cover of the Vic Goddard track Won’t Turn Back. One of the bands from #485 ‘book a show in 1995′ series returns with an earlier 7″ (Citizens’ Utilities) that sounds real good. Scottish band The Commercials spun a bit like Scars on their lone 7″ 16 Again And Again. The Clouds sound great on their 1987 single, as does Billy Childish on the CTMF 7″. Tom Croose give a singular re-edit of a Fleetwood Mac song, and Dave Davies almost sounds like Mott the Hoople. Felt’s Lawrence closes the show with the awesome It Fell Off The Back Of A Lorry – EVERY song has its story – listen and love.

The Bastards

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Artist Song Release Label
Cassie Will You? Change My Image Reminder Records
Central Departure For You So Long Rock-N-Roll D.J. 7″ E.P. Meanbean Records
The Chemicals Run And Hide Out Of My Mind 7″ Meanbean Records
The Chemistry Set Sail Away Firefly Fruits de Mer Records
Cheryl Killer Kiss Killer Kiss Reminder Records
Chin-Chin Stop! Your Crying Stop! Your Crying Optic Nerve Recordings
P. Allen Fisherman Fisherman Shella Records
The Bastards Impossibilities Impossibilities Reminder Records
Melody Beecher Diamonds & Dub Diamonds & Thrills Shella Records
The Black Diamonds See The Way I Want, Need, Love You Solution Records
Jacques Charlier Kiliwatch Kiliwatch Séance Centre
Citizens’ Utilities Spool Spool Reservation Records
The Clouds Tranquil Tranquil Optic Nerve Recordings
Edwyn Collins Won’t Turn Back Keep On Burning Setanta
Coloured Balls Heavy Metal Kid Heavy Metal Kid Just Add Water

Artist Song Release Label
The Commercials The Heroine Dies 16 Again And Again Commercial Records
The Com-Sat Angels I Get Excited Red Planet Junta Records
Nikki Corvette And The Convertibles Young And Crazy Young And Crazy Splattered! Records
Count Bishops I Ain’t Got You Speedball Chiswick Records
The Courettes Only Happy When You’re Gone Hop The Twig Damaged Goods
Cowboy Suit Bring It On Cowboy Suit Nightrain Vinyl
Tom Croose Never Going Back Again (Tom Croose Edit) Never Going Back Again (Tom Croose Edit) Swimfin
CTMF Bob Dylan’s Got a Lot to Answer For Wild Billy Childish + CTMF / The Chatham Singers – Bob Dylan’s Got A Lot To Answer For Damaged Goods
Culture Shock Thought You Were A Friend Forever + Ever (+ Ever) Supreme Echo
Liz Damon’s Orient Express Crazy Mixed Up Girl Woota (Feelin Good) Aloha Got Soul
Dave Davies Creeping Jean Hold My Hand Pye Records
The Daze At The Seaside I Wanna Be A Star Reminder Records
The Dead C Metalheart Metalheart Siltbreeze
The Deceased Bullshit Detector Boredom Love Child Records
The Del Fuegos I Can’t Sleep I Can’t Sleep Czech Records
Delta 5 Colour Try Rough Trade
Denim It Fell Off The Back Of A Lorry It Fell Off The Back Of A Lorry Echo

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#488

October 12, 2021

This was a live in-studio show created for the 2021 WZBC (Boston College) fundraiser. Gulls Window Circus listeners know I like to break every two songs and talk about what is going to play next. In this show I am joined by my friend Chris Marstall and together we talk after EVERY song, and there is a lot more talking than usual. My apologies for all thew calls-to-action that are fundraiser related, but there are lots of good songs and insights contained within.

Port Sulphur

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Artist Song Release Label
Mott The Hoople Alice The Hoople CBS
Downliners Sect Outside The Birth Of Suave Hand Of Glory
Ducks Deluxe Daddy Put The Bomp Ducks Deluxe RCA Victor
Smokescreens I Love Only You A Strange Dream Slumberland Records
Misty Roses Jellypop Perky Jean Komodo Dragons Frog Man Jake
Neil Young ‎ Try Homegrown Reprise Records

Artist Song Release Label
Port Sulphur A Gift Compendium Creeping Bent
The Winkies Out On The Run The Winkies Lemon Recordings
Doug Bielmeier Backscatter Ambient Works Albany Records
David Bowie ‎ Holy Holy The Width Of A Circle Parlophone
Shocking Blue Morning Sun Good Times Pink Elephant
Josef K Endless Soul Endless Soul Marina Records
The Flys Fascinate Me Today Belongs To Me – The Complete Recordings 1977-1980 Cherry Red
The Boys Cool The Boys … On Safari Captain Oi!
The Long Ryders ‎ Lights Of Downtown State Of Our Union Island Records
Betwixt Spencer For Hire The Salty Tang Woodside Records
Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel 49th Parallel The Best Years Of Our Lives EMI

#487

October 5, 2021

Part 17 in the 7″ played alphabetically series which started February 2018 and has sporadically run since. The next few episodes play catch-up on A-E, which have already been covered in earlier shows, but which now have many more candidates than were available when those early shows were recorded. The songs that keep coming back to me from today’s show are by Action Suits, Alternate Learning, The Anemic Boyfriends, Benett, The Blue Stars, Tracy Bryant, and Capri (who to my surprise sound a whole lot like a band I like lots, The Farmer’s Boys). Love the Ash cover of Helen Love track Punk Boy. ALL the tracks could be singled out as faves.

Benett

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Artist Song Release Label
A Certain Ratio Berlin Berlin Mute
Action Suits Andy The Android Glazed Donuts Spot On!
The Action Climbing Up The Wall (See Me) Follow Me Solution Records
Charlie Ainley (You Tell Me) Lies (You Tell Me) Lies Nemperor Records
Airship Get Out, Take Your Mother With You Get Out, Take Your Mother With You Meanbean Records
Delai Alamos Con Los King Stay El Grito De Los King Ritmo Del GoGo Munster Records
Almen T.N.T. Ogro De Ciudad ¿A Donde Vamos Hoy? Munster Records
Aloha Swamp Aloha Swamp Aloha Swamp Missing Fink Records
Alternate Learning When She’s Alone ALRN Rational Records
The Anemic Boyfriends Fake I.D. Fake I.D. HoZac Records
Art Yard Something In Your Eyes Allston 1981 Ride The Snake
Ash Punk Boy Petrol Generator
Attrix Hard Times Lost Lenoré Munster Records
The Avalanches Information Electricity Rex Records
Baby’s Berserk What I Mean What I Mean Les Disques Bongo Joe
Beat Happening Crashing Through Crashing Through Optic Nerve Recordings

Artist Song Release Label
Beat Happening Look Around Crashing Through Optic Nerve Recordings
Beaver And The Trappers In Misery Happiness Is Havin’ Modern Harmonic
Benett Just Because I Liked You (In The Summertime) Amor The Seven Inch Contact Records
Biosphere Black Mesa Black Mesa Biophon Records
The Blue Macs It’s The Real Time It’s The Real Time Meanbean Records
The Blue Stars Social End Product Social End Product Munster Records
BMX Bandits Rosemary Ledingham Janice Long Session 09.04.87 Precious
BMX Bandits Strawberry Sunday Janice Long Session 23.06.86 Precious
BOB Coquette Convenience Optic Nerve Recordings
The Bonecollectors Bela Lugosi’s Dead Bela Lugosi’s Dead Missing Fink Records
Michael Boothman & Family Tree Featuring Andre Tanker Tabu Tabu Cree Records
David Bowie & Morrissey Cosmic Dancer (Live) Cosmic Dancer Parlophone
Tracy Bryant Between Us Between Us Six Tonnes De Chair Records
Buzzcocks Destination Zero Gotta Get Better Cherry Red
Camper Van Beethoven Colonel Enrique Adolfo Bermudez Take The Skinheads Bowling Optic Nerve Recordings
Capri Something Snaps Something Snaps Blow Up Records

The shows in this series:

  1. #319 Part 1 of 7″ played alphabetically: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320 Part 2 of 7″ played alphabetically: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321 Part 3 of 7″ played alphabetically: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323 Part 4 of 7″ played alphabetically: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324 Part 5 of 7″ played alphabetically: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325 Part 6 of 7″ played alphabetically: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326 Part 7 of 7″ played alphabetically: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327 Part 8 of 7″ played alphabetically: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337 Part 9 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338 Part 10 of 7″ played alphabetically: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #352 1st (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  12. #353 2nd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  13. #354 3rd (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  14. #355 4th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  15. #356 5th (of 5) in B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically
  16. #357 Part 11 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs
  17. #367 Part 1 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  18. #368 Part 2 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  19. #369 Part 3 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  20. #370 Part 4 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Politrio -The Tea Set
  21. #371 Part 5 of a 5-week new round of the 7″ singles alphabetically: Ted & Ray - Zelators
  22. #487 Part 12 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  23. #489 Part 13 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Cassie - Denim
  24. #490 Part 14 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  25. #491 Part 15 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: East Village - The Ex
  26. #492 Part 16 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Expelaires - Fluffy
  27. #493 Part 17 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Fabric to Furtips
  28. #494 Part 28 of standard 7″ played alphabetically: Aaron Frazer to The Girls

#486

September 28, 2021

Part 2 of the Book a show in 1995 special, continued from last week. Gulls Window Circus brings you to 1995 as a booking agent evaluating singles in order to book a show. This week covers 1 hour of national bands and 1 hour of local (Boston-area) bands. All tracks are 7″ vinyl, spun in real time on a turntable. The Toothpaste 2000 track deserves the cover star status is has been given, but many other teats lie waiting for your discovery (Tractor Hips, Überhund, The Accidents, Jumprope, Sextiles). Amazing cartoonist Rob Rege’s Trollin Withdrawal is here, as well as projects by folks mostly known from other bands, such as Sydra = Mel from Sugarbitch and Vistory At Sea, Ambulance Driver = Marc from Spore and Sunburned Hand Of The Man, and Lee Fisher, subject of Spore song of the same name, Punchcutter = Ayal from Spore.

Toothpaste 2000

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Artist Song Release Label
Thirty Ought Six Talon Talon Mute America
Superconductor A Song For Europe A Song For Europe Mute America
Toenut Feeder Mouthful Of Pennies Mute America
Toothpaste 2000 Courtney Love Sex Offender Parasol Records
Tractor Hips Popcorn Maker The Sovereign And The Dogs Friction Media
Tripmaster Monkey Fizzle Like A Flood Albert’s Twisted Memory Bank Ginger Records
Überhund The Floor People The Floor People Cream Cloud Records
Vineland Archetype Archetype The Matt Label
Wives Back Grinding Redd Records
The Accidents Subterranean Homesick Too French Kiss Not On Label
Ambulance Driver Wretched Excess Clean Stonerecords
Analogue Christmas Average Luck Charm Sonic Bubblegum
August Spies September Riots Food Chain In Your Living Room Rodent Popsicle Records
Cherry 2000 New Waste Of Time Blood Red / Ghost / New Waste Of Time / Another Ghost Catapult Records
Cherry 2000 Blood Red Blood Red / Ghost / New Waste Of Time / Another Ghost Catapult Records

Artist Song Release Label
Clem Snide Rock N Roll Important/Rock N Roll Not On Label
+DOG+ Dog Has Spoken Bombed And Dangerous Detector
Evelyn Swoons Michelle Black On Hawaii Jelo-Delite Records
Foom Soon Monster Boogie Not On Label
Jumprope Sarah Wishes The Pensive E.P. Motorway
La Gritona Frank White Frank White Chainsaw Safety Records
Lars Vegas Requiem Hazard Yellow / Requiem / Icy Needles BHS Records
Punchcutter Rain Punchcutter Reproductive Records
Sextiles ‎ I Hope You Die I Hope You Die V-Hold Records
Slughog Hanker Hangman / Hanker Self Abuse Records
Sydra Free Association Passive Like A Whiskey Soda Shifty Records
Trollin Withdrawal Pretty Ugly Emil Eye Erroneous Records
Throttle Born To Lose Shoot Out Reproductive Records