Dischord Records have announced that they will be releasing Eyes To The Light, the debut record from DC indie band The Effects. That record will be out September 29th. You can pre-order the record at http://www.dischord.com/release/185/eyes-to-the-light. Below is the first single from that record, Back and Forth.
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This week I have classic tracks from Embrace, H2O, Dag Nasty, Focused, and so much more!
Dag Nasty will release their new 7″, Cold Hearts, this Friday, May 20th. The two songs by Dag Nasty were recorded with Ian MacKaye and Don Zientara at Inner Ear Studios in December, 2015. For this session, the band returned to its original lineup: guitarist Brian Baker, singer Shawn Brown, bassist Roger Marbury, and drummer Colin Sears.
This record is now available for pre-order. Orders will be shipped on or near the official May 20th release date.
You can pre-order the 7″ at http://www.dischord.com/release/184/cold-heart?what=2016-05-16+15%3A25%3A52+-0400
On June 24, Dischord will reissue Lungfish’s fourth full-length, Sound in Time, on LP. Originally released in 1996, the album was recorded at Inner Ear Studios in Arlington, Virginia by Don Zientara. Long out of print, this version has been remastered for vinyl by TJ Lipple.
You can listen to the remastered version of To Whom Were You Born below.
Dischord Records has announced that it will reissue “Fumble,” the final full-length by Washington, DC’s Scream. It features nine songs recorded in December of 1989 by Eli Janney at Inner Ear Studios.
Formed in Bailey’s Crossroads, Virginia in 1981 by brothers Peter and Franz Stahl, bassist Skeeter Thompson, and drummer Kent Stax, Scream released four albums on Dischord Records. Dave Grohl, a punk kid who grew up in nearby Springfield, VA, replaced Stax on the drums in 1986. “Fumble” was the second Scream record to feature Grohl – the first was “No More Censorship,” which was released on RAS Records – and it includes his sole lead vocal for the band, “Gods Look Down.”
Though “Fumble” was recorded in 1989, the tapes spent a few years on the shelf as Scream split up while on tour the following year. It was only in 1993 – once Pete and Franz had formed Wool and Grohl had joined Nirvana – that the record was finally mixed and released.
Long out of print, this reissue has been remastered by TJ Lipple. The instrumental “Crackman” has been left off of this version to allow for higher sound quality, but will be included as part of the digital download.