We’re glad to premier Red Cities “Fight, Fight, Fight,” their antifascist and anti-authoritarian anthem off their new L.P. “Soft Target!” Give it a listen and share it with your friends!
In 2007, Zombie vs. Shark formed in the fascist college town of Norman, Oklahoma as Ron, Matt, Robert, and Jeremy tired of the Bush II wars in the Middle East and snowflake indy rock whined about the Id. As top music critics noted of Zombie vs. Shark, “Could be the best band to come out of Oklahoma since the early Flaming Lips and Defenestration”
– Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover Radio
Engineered by Trent Bell of the Chainsaw Kittens, it’s available in 12″ vinyl here, or digital on Bandcamp
The Putters “Got Something for Your Daughter” 2-song Single still available in 7″ vinyl! The Putters first recording since the 1990s, this record shows their garage punk charm. It is also available in digital at Bandcamp
We still have a few of John Wayne’s Bitches “Bitched Out” 4-song E.P. still available in 7″ vinyl! You can order it here on Modern Peasant Records, or head over to Bandcamp to purchase it digital!
Red Cities song “Soft Target” off their new L.P. was featured on the “Idle Noise” Show on WKDU 91.7 FM in Philadelphia October 4th. The show runs on Wednesdays from 7:00 am to 9:00 am and plays punk, post-punk, and other independent label music!
In summer 2013, Red Cities guitarist Matt Bokovoy met hard techo D.J. ShaSha in the Chicago airport, stuck in the midst of a supercell thunderstorm. They were really into experimental guitar music as they chatted awaiting their flights. John sent Matt some tracks, Mark engineered it, and Byron played some tracks. Check out “Diagonalist” and “Midnight on Montrose” at Bandcamp
The Sinners’ Drunk on the Lord’s Day (MPR-013) is still available in 12″ vinyl! Reviewed in The Big Takeover Magazine, they believed we “smartly decided to release” this posthumous recording.