Punk rock troubadour Tim Barry, frontman for Virginia’s Avail, announced his fourth solo release, due out April 10 from Chunksaah. It’s called 40 Miler, and you can see the cover art to your left. The track listing is after the jump.
However, of immediate interest to you is the fact that the label’s offering up Rivanna Junction, Manchester, and 28th & Stonewall (be it LP, CD, or digital download) this week only. Hit up the Chunksaah store and enter the code “RVA” at checkout.
Alex Kerns of Art of the Underground wants to clear out some space and make some money to put out some new records. Kerns, who also plays drums for Lemuria, puts out the fucking STELLAR Art of the Underground single series, which is the best $60 I spend every year.
Anyhow, the deal works thusly:
Sale 1: 5 AOTU 7″s for $5 (of the staffs random choosing)
Sale 2: 5 AOTU LP’s for $10 (of the staffs random choosing)
Sale 3: 10 AOTU CD’s for $10 (of the staffs random choosing)
Sale is only for US and Canada.
Nice, right? Hit the label’s website and get crackin’.
Asbestos Records has their vinyl reissues of Spring Heeled Jack‘s two full-length LPs on sale. For the low, low price of $20, you get their debut, Static World View (originally on Moon) and Songs From Suburbia (originally on Ignition). That saves you ten bucks.
You can grab those from the Asbestos webstore, as well as records from Bomb the Music Industry!, Andrew Jackson Jihad, the Arrogant Sons of Bitches, the Slackers, and more. Ska fans, this is like heaven for you all.
The sale runs through Sunday, so hop on that right quick if you want to save.