Tuesday, September 29, 2009

    FNR002 - The Wire Hangovers - We All Know You Got This

    The Wire Hangovers - We All Know You Got This

    Finally some new songs from the band formerly known as The Sweaters! Brian Deodat, Jon Greco, Tom Hanley and John Warren (Yep, same guy) have crafted an EP of perfect suburban punk rock gems. These songs were born from conquering frustration and regret. They are the realization that yeah, it can only get better.

    Click under the album art to download.

    Thursday, September 24, 2009

    FNR001 - John Warren - Survival Songs

    Here it is folks, our inaugural release. I couldn't have asked for a better way to begin.

    John Warren - Survival Songs

    What is there to say about this record? Honestly, I don't think I could say enough. This is music in it's rawest form. A man with his guitar sorting himself out between chords and broken strings. This is a record about living and almost giving up. This is a record for your closest friends to throw on as the night is winding down and your buzz is wearing off. This record will say to them all the words you're too embarrassed to slur.

    Click under the album art to download.

    Monday, September 21, 2009

    Upcoming Releases

    John Warren - Survival Songs
    Five heartbreakingly earnest songs. John dug down deep for this one. This record will destroy you. If you've ever had friends and dreams and you seem like sometimes you're failing at both, this is for you.

    The Wire Hangovers - Untitled EP
    Haven't even heard this yet. John Warren, Tom Hanley, Jon Greco and frequent Ghost Mall skins fill-in Brian "Roy" Deodat give us some fist pumping, basement born punk rock jams.

    Bug Bites - We Are
    Sideways pop songs by a man that I have only ever met once. Challenging but in the best way.

    bertnjerm - Shadamophone
    Fucked up and messed around. Sounds like two guys taking apart instruments and putting them back together wrong to create some strange tunes.

    Ghost Mall - Basement Bootleg I
    From our show on 09/18/09 at Kitty City. Recorded on a voice recorder. If you can wade through the massive volume and distortion, you'll love this.