We’re excited to announce that two of our most anticipated new releases are now available for purchase at the Get Hip Webstore!
First up: The Maggie’s Marshmallows‘ eponymous debut long-player. While the album was released digitally on September 30, the audiophile-friendly vinyl edition is finally here and ready to find its new home permanently affixed to your turntable. (Trust us, it was worth the wait. This platter sounds better than ever!)
The Maggie’s Marshmallows is available on limited edition cream color vinyl (300 copies) and even more limited edition classic black wax (200 copies). Never fear, tech-heads: all copies of the album come with a download coupon.
Next, we’ve got a special edition 7-inch single from our reissue-intensive Archive Series sublabel. Youngstown, Ohio’s Power-Pop phenoms Blue Ash have made a bit of a comeback this year. In honor of their resurgence, we’ve coupled ”Abracadabra (Have You Seen Her?),” the outstanding first track from the band’s 1973 album No More, No Less, with an unreleased “live studio” cover of Chan Romero’s “Hippy Hippy Shake.”
This essential 45 is available exclusively on black wax (450 copies) and includes a full-color sleeve featuring liner notes by original Blue Ash bassist Frank Secich.
Order your copies today!
As if the promise of a raucous set full of fuzzed out, North Carolina thrash-punk wasn’t enough, we’re offering a limited edition If It Ain’t Paint Fumes… album package exclusively to attendees. For just $20, you’ll get:
These bundles won’t last long, so grab them while you can!
Scroll down to our previous post for full show details or check out the official Facebook event.
See you there!
In case you missed it: Paint Fumes, Charlotte, NC’s trashiest garage-punk miscreants, are hitting the road all autumn long in support of their sophomore long-player, If It Ain’t Paint Fumes It Ain’t Worth A Huff. What better way to celebrate the release of their second (and dare we say, best) album than by throwing an old-school rager at the home of their label: Get Hip Recordings!
We cordially invite you to join us on Saturday, October 22 for an Album Release Party to end all Album Release Parties! As if a skull-crushing headlining set by Paint Fumeswasn’t enough, Pittsburgh’s resident garage-punk savants Nox Boys will open up performing new songs for upcoming album to be recorded later this year! DJ’s The Packet Man & Captain Cosmo (Neighbour’s Michael Cunningham and Cynics‘Gregg Kostelich) will complete the evening with a selection of choice 45s to keep your feet on the floor and fists in the air.
The famous Get Hip Pop-Up Shop will be there showcasing a huge selection of LP’s, CD’s, 45′s, cassettes, T-shirts, books, magazines, and more–all on sale to attendees!!Copies of Paint Fumes‘ new album will be available on limited edition Puke Swirl color vinyl and classic black wax.
Admission to this All Ages event is $7.00. Doors will be open from 7 to 11 p.m.
Get Hip Recordings’ offices are located in the RJ Casey Industrial Park, 1800 Columbus Ave. (North Shore, Pittsburgh, PA).
Donations are encouraged
All proceeds to go directly to performing artists
Sponsored by Get Hip Recordings
Get Hip Recordings is proud to present the blistering new single from Cleveland, Ohio’s legendary proto-punk outfit, Pagans!
Born from the sessions that produced Pagans’ 2014 comeback album Hollywood High, “Hopped Up” and flip-sider “Nowhere Girl” are two primo cuts of ’77 Punk Rock–featuring the snarling rasp of original Pagan Mike Hudson.
This 7″ single is out September 30th on classic black vinyl–limited to 500 copies–and digital download. Order your copy now at the Get Hip Webstore!
Not enough Pagans for you?
Go catch the boys in San Francisco on Sept. 24 at Day 1 of Stinky’s al Fresco! alongside garage-punk legends The Gories and The Spits!
With less than a month before the release of their eponymous debut long-player, Prague-based garage trio The Maggie’s Marshmallows unveil a second dose of Nuggets-inspired fuzz rock.
Streaming exclusively at Blurt Magazine, Maggie’s second single “No Friend Of Mine” is a ripping new rendition of The Sparkles’ beloved and oft-covered garage classic.
Head on over to Blurt and take a spin!