11.15.2009

California Dumb

So Autumns arrived here on the east coast, with it terrible weather, leaves everywhere half the time its wet out, cold... . anyways about the music you guys have all been dying for. Here's a bunch of shit your guys should already have. This is for all those who haven't had the privilege.


Vintage New York punk band 1977-1978. Played with Squeeze, Dead Boys, The Cramps, The Crass. First 7-inch released in October 1977. Played in the New York metropolitan area at Max's Kansas City, The Showplace in Dover, New Jersey, and even made an appearance at CBGB's. Their song "Stitches in my Head' has been covered by Urge Overkill, The Bill Bondsmen, The Anal Babes, and Seattle favorites The RC5. Their song "Dead Heat on a Merry Go Round" was covered by legendary punk band The Defex. Reviewed in Zig Zag, Bomp, Ugly Things, Maximum Rock and Roll. Recently their song "Nicotine Caffeine" was heard on "House, M.D." episode 409 "Games" on Fox. - from their myspace

Alan Milman Sect + Ma-Ka-Zam - Stitches


Some Mexican punk - check it. San Felipe es Punk is possibly the greatest Spanish punk song ever.

Polo Pepo - San Felipe Es Punk


Some Spanish(Spain) pop-punk - check it too.

Los Nikis - La Amenaza Amarilla


Power pop got off to a rocketing start in the '70s and the demand for it, like most genres and styles, dissipated slowly through the '80s. Like most movements, there are some records and bands that were left in the resin, never to be fully acknowledged for their contributions, whether small or significant. Standing in the shadows of other bands from Max's and CBGB's, Milk 'n' Cookies quietly carved their niche on the circuit, but never received their due from mainstream culture. Their eponymous debut is a session hyped up on the sweetest sugar and soda pop, as the group carves out three-minute numbers that are post-glam but foreshadow the emergence of punk. For die-hard collectors of power pop, this album is a welcome treat to even the most seasoned and jaded of ears. And for those hyped up on the modern-day, cookie-cutter, Johnny-come-lately band of the moment emulating the sound of new wave? This is an absolute textbook essential listening experience. - AllMusic

Milk 'n' Cookies - s/t

Saw these guys over the summer, sick garage-punk from Ohio. Be sure to check them out if they come to your town. One of my favorite albums this year.

The Dimeras - Out Of My Head



And just for good measure this. A comp of some of the best 60s garage to come out in Latin America. Nearly every important 60s garage punk band from Mexico and South America are on this; Los Saicos, Los Monstruos, Los Ovnis, Los Gatos Salvages, Walkers, Shakers, Flippers, Monjes, Yakis, Shains, Sleepers and more

Mas Rock'n'Roll 26 Rare 60's Teen-Punk Artyfacts


I'll be taking requests for stuff you want up, and stuff you want re-ups. So holla at me wit dat. ight.

5 comments:

Oh, robot said...

Man, when you come back, you sure do return with a vengeance! Great post! Thanks!

truity said...

You're back.Cool Cool Cool

helene

Josephine said...

Good looking out,all this stuff looks killer!

daiana said...

nice stufff

roberto said...

Alan Milman & Milk'n'Cookies in thr same post...awesome.Great blog,cheers,Roberto