Red Cities’ first L.P. “Red Cities” is still available in 12″ vinyl from Modern Peasant Records and digitally from Bandcamp – Red Cities L.P!
This first L.P. brought Red Cities to the attention of the national underground music press and also college and independent radio stations around the country, with rotations on WKDU in Philadelphia, WFMU in Jersey City, and KALX in Berkeley CA among others.
Hear Nebraska said Red Cities was “Putting the danger back into rock and roll,” while the Lincoln Journal Star gave the album a “Grade A.”
Get your copy of the Red Cities LP here on Modern Peasant Records or download the album on Bandcamp!
We still have Philadelphia’s The Sinners L.P. “Drunk on the Lord’s Day” in 12-inch vinyl in stock here at Modern Peasant Records! The Sinners played from 1998 to 2005 in Philadelphia, playing a distinct garage rock influenced by The Kinks, Mark Lanegan, and all of Nick Cave’s bands, making them both unique and out of the ordinary for the more commercial orientation of Philly’s music scene in the early aughts.
Two Sinners members still reside in Philadelphia, so be sure to visit Dan at his coffee shop Cinemug at Broad and Tasker, and stop by to see Paul at Second District in deep South Philadelphia! Check out this great review of the record in The Big Takeover Magazine!
It’s that time of year again when The Big Takeover Magazine is published in the late Fall! Check out our ad in the new issue, and head over to our band links to buy our newest releases by Red Cities, The Sinners, and The 667s! And check out our other bands as well, such as John Wayne’s Bitches, Zombie vs. Shark, and The Putters! Have a good holiday season.
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!