The Cowboys 5th LP + Cold Feet 12" out 4/3

Is it already that time again? Why yes, we have two more high quality new releases available for preorder. The Cowboys return with a fresh new 12 track album, Room of Clons. In addition to the new album, we're running a third pressing of 2019's The Bottom of a Rotten Flower, this time on opaque blue vinyl limited to 100 copies. We're also psyched to welcome Baltimore's Cold Feet to the label with the release of their upcoming Punk Entity 12". These are all due out on April 3, see below for the full scoop. We'll also have some sweet new Feel It shirts + totes with a design from our pal Ben Trogdon (Vanity, Nuts!, Tattoo Punk zine) ready at that time. And finally, if you've been sleeping on any of our new releases, the color vinyl for The Cowboy and Man-Eaters is nearly sold out, as well as the entire first run of the Teenage Cenobite tape.

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The Cowboys - Room of Clons LP

Out with the old and in with the new! Just in time for Spring we have a fresh album from The Cowboys - now spread between their hometown of Bloomington, to Chicago, and Cincinnati. "Room of Clons", their fifth album, is possibly the group's most ambitious and diverse body of work to date. Those familiar with The Cowboys' previous output for Feel It - most notably 2019's "The Bottom of a Rotten Flower", will be well acquainted with the group's penchant for songwriting across the upper echelons of contemporary garage, punk, & powerpop. "Room of Clons" asserts itself as a varied hallmark of stylistic prowess, ranging from The Cowboys' trademarked Midwestern punk odes of previous work, all the way to a massive postpunk-leaning hit (yes, you're reading right) backed with a snarky pop number accented with kazoo that would surely please even Ray Davies himself. Further along, we're treated to several tracks with frontman Keith Harman taking the lead on piano, propelling his otherworldy vocals to the same towering clouds that Scott Walker and Emitt Rhodes occupied in '69 & '70. "Room of Clons" stretches even further, but never strays from attention, as The Cowboys delve into new, exciting, and largely uncharted territory - perhaps their most abstract work, but just as worthy as their now towering discography that never ceases to impress.

150 on limited white vinyl for mailorder

Cold Feet - Punk Entity 12"

John Waters once said, "The only thing I wanna be is a negative role model for a whole new generation of bored youth." Well, perhaps Baltimore's Cold Feet were the generation that picked up on those sage words, and have crafted their own trashy, hardcore punk anthems on "Punk Entity". Following a promising debut 7" EP and several cassette releases, we find Cold Feet at the height of their game with eight completely scorching tracks. Caught somewhere in the crosshairs of the early 80's USHC craze, like the odd New Englander cousin who caught as much X-Claim! as Mutha Records bands - Cold Feet harness the power of "Get It Away" era SSD, steal the reckless abandon of the first couple N.O.T.A. 7"s, and indulge the bohemian sense of humor that Adrenalin O.D. rocked. These guys are complete underdogs, the secretly smart idiots that allow their guitar player to be Jim Lahey for a Halloween gig and still completely blow the place apart. Cold Feet are here to show ya that they're one of the most true-to-form hardcore bands of contempo HC punk and hammer the point home with "Punk Entity".

80 on Orange/black swirl for mailorder

Fresh new shirt design just in time for Spring from our buddy Ben Trogdon!

up next: V/A "Days of a Quiet Sun" LP/CD incredible late 60's comp of garage/soul/hard rock sounds from Richmond, VA's legendary producer + label man, Martin Gary!

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