Our latest disruptive punk rock.
Mighty Sphincter – Undead At Hammersmith Odeon 1987 LP$20.00 Add to cart
Our Neighbors Suck – Skullkrusher LP$16.00 Add to cart
The Besmirchers – Hard On Love EP$13.00 Add to cart
FuckEmos – W.A.G.P.S.G? EP$12.00 Add to cart
Nip Drivers – Oh Blessed Freak Show LP$24.00 Add to cart
The Linecutters – Knuckledragger EP$6.00 – $10.00 Select options
The Cocky Bitches – TV’s OK$12.00 Add to cart
The Linecutters – Anthill LP$18.00 Add to cart
Founded in 2015, Slope Records is a fast-growing independent record label specializing in vinyl-only reissues by punk pioneers and releases by vital current artists.
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In 1977, several young dudes came together in Arizona, bashed out some songs, and damaged a few brain cells along the way while helping to lay the foundation for the Phoenix underground music scene to come. Don Bolles (Germs/Ariel Pink), Dan Clark (Feederz/Victory Acres), Doug Clark (Mighty Sphincter), and Cris Kirkwood (Meat Puppets) have resurrected the Exterminators here in 2016, recording “Product of America” for Slope Records. Wrap your earballs around this 12″ now!
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