Clear vinyl from New York City’s Premier Noise Merchants. One song off of their new album, FREAK*ON*ICA, as well as a shocking DJ EJ remix that appears only on this 7″. First in a series of three GVSB 7″s. Limited pressing.
Girls Against Boys
GIRLS AGAINST BOYS: out of the ashes of dc punk rock dischord band soulside, moved up to new york, put out a ton of records since 1990, have 2 bass players, did a bunch of stuff with a bunch of people and we eat, drink, sleep and walk around.
we’ve toured with the jesus lizard, rage against the machine, garbage, etc. we’ve played reading, lollapalooza, lowlands, pukkelpop, mt. fuji, popkomm, sxsw, and a bunch of other places and toured only 4 of the continents on this globe.
Last in a series of three GVSB 7″s, this is the new single off GVSB’s latest album, FREAK*ON*ICA, and golden dust is blown off of Magattraction, a GVSB cornerstone from back in the day. Yellow vinyl, limited pressing.
DJEJ represents from House of GVSB Productions, slapping a squalophonic remix of “Vogue Thing” on the ass of the ultrarock classic, “Roxy.” Second in a series of three GVSB 7″s. Blue vinyl, limited pressing.
The classic GVSB CD from 1993.
GVSB’s most recent critically-acclaimed CD release.
10 songs from Los Angeles’ newest sound force. Steamy, romantic pop songs doused with noisy microsynth and other nasty cousins in the distortion family.
DC rock legends reform with their original line-up. Two brand new songs which, of course, totally rock.
This vinyl-only limited pressing features S5AV’s extended remixes of two Kojak Klassics—”Stick Out Your Tongue” and “Miramax #1.” Members of GVSB, Senator Flux and Gray Matter.
Recorded March 1996 at Inner Ear Studios by Tim Kerr and Don Zientara. Nine great songs with deep grooves, melodies, and conciousness.