Ex-Cult / The Lasters / T-Shirts + More! September 14 2016
Hear ye! Here ye! Lots of new items available for Pre-Order
Ex-Cult - Attention Ritual LP/CD
In the year of the snitch, there are forces beyond your control that keep you up at night. Ghost notions that swirl around your room while you sleep. Your own pillow laughing right in your face while you fight for an hour of rest. There are voices that whisper from the corner, telling you everything you never wanted to hear. ‘Negative Growth’, our third album, is dedicated to fear and deception.
This collection of songs were conceived in Memphis and finalized in Los Angeles, with the help of our family doctor Ty Segall. It was created in February 2016, when we traded Memphis misery for a week of California sunshine. ‘Negative Growth’ is a nine-track nightmare, a death trip in the crystal ship. Out later this year, the institution known as In The Red Records will do the honors. The Hollywood Heat Seeker takes ten years off your life. - Chris Shaw
First 200 on Limited Edition Orange Vinyl. First come, first served. No guarentees,
The Lasters - Kind of Blew LP
In The Red is proud to announce a co-release with our friends at Futilitarian Records; the debut full-length from The Laster titled Kind Of Blew. After three killer singles of anti-social punk rock the band have delivered a 19 track LP that tops all of their singles. Comes in handmade sleeves (each one unique). Edition of 200. They’ll go quick.
The Klitz - Live at the Well 7"
Live at the Well is the second archival release of Memphis' first punk band, The Klitz. Recorded in 1979 and 1980, these four tracks contain two Klitz originals (never properly recorded in a demo/home studio) and two covers—The Cramps' "TV Set" and the Velvet Underground's "AfterHours." Featuring the classic Klitz lineup of Gail Elise Clifton, Lesa Aldridge, Marcia Clifton and Amy Gassner (with the Randy Band's Randy Chertow filling in on bass), the record comes with an oral history by Ryan Leach.
Mentored by Alex Chilton and Jim Dickinson, The Klitz were equal parts Shaggs and Panther Burns. Although they never released a record during their initial '78-'80 run, their influence on Memphis punk is undeniable. Live at the Well should appeal to fans of Stranded in Canton and Like Flies on Sherbert. Released by our friends at Spacecase Records.
Bored Out - Interviews by Ryan Leach
Also from Spacecase Records comes Bored Out. A collection of Ryan Leach’s interviews (Razorcake and Terminal Boredom), spanning the years 2005 to 2016. Interviewees include John Talley–Jones (Urinals), Dave Alvin, Bruce Moreland (Wall of Voodoo, Nervous Gender), Kid Congo Powers, Eric Friedl (Oblivians, Goner Records), Larry Hardy (In the Red), Jeffrey Evans, James Arthur, John Felice (Real Kids, Modern Lovers), Robert Scott (Clean, Bats, Electric Blood) and more. Includes oral histories on the Gun Club, Consumers and Memphis’ first punk band, the Klitz. Foreword by Gerard Cosloy.
CCR Headcleaner T-Shirt
Featuring artwork from their ripping In The Red release "Tear Down the Wall."
Classic Ex-Cult logo in the same fashion as their debut In The Red 7". ITR Logo on sleeve.
GØGGS tee featuring record artwork on the front and ITR logo on the sleeve.
Kill A Garage Rocker For Punk T-Shirt
Limited Edition t-shirt designed (and modeled here) by Ty Segall exclusively for In The Red. Black poly/cotton baseball tee with orange text / stripes / collar.