NEW NEW NEW December 09 2014

New vinyl-only releases from In The Red


Arndales – Regional Treasure / Padded Posts 7”

ITR 272

The UK's Arndales are back with two more songs of angular, menacing pummel from men who you wouldn't suspect actually do hate noise. Edition of 500. This single should be on the list! First 100 on yellow vinyl.


Pampers – Right Tonight 7” EP

ITR 278

Four brand new tracks from Brooklyn's Pampers. Anyone who dug their self-titled debut album from last year (or the two singles that preceded it) will no doubt flip for these four new slabs of thug punk. Hints of pop hooks and post-punk song structures struggle to be identified amid the break-neck pace. Great stuff! First 100 on greeny-yellowy vinyl.


Endless Bummer – Vol. 1 LP

ITR 271

Los Angeles garage/punk band Endless Bummer follow up their debut EP, Ripper Current, with this full-length featuring 13 sonic slabs of wallop guaranteed to please any self-respecting fan of trash rock. Recorded by Ty Segall at his now defunct Sweat Lodge studio. First 100 on yellow vinyl with red splatter.


Lance Barresi and Liz Tooley may not be big garage names like Ty Segall or John Dwyer are, but as the founders of Permanent Records they're arguably just as important. They're responsible for putting out rippers by Purling Hiss, Cave, Running, Charles Albright, Obnox, Bitchin Bajas, and many others. Endless Bummer lives up to their noisy legacy. Joined by the Spits' Greg Toumassian, they churn out four songs of sludgy, dark, screaming garage pop.”

  • Pitchfork


Red Aunts – Come Up For A Closer Look double LP

ITR 270

The Red Aunts were an all-female punk band that formed in 1991 in Long Beach, California, when Terri Wahl (guitar/vocals) recruited friends Kerry Davis (guitar/vocals), Debi Martini (bass/vocals), and Lesley Ishino (drums). Their brand of unfiltered music is toxic, taking a sharp claw to every riot grrrl cliché it can shred. After five albums, several years of touring, and a huge fan base, they called it quits in 1998. The girls recently decided it was time to wake people up and save the music with their unique form of ROCK. This is their “greatest hits” compilation, 'COME UP FOR A CLOSER LOOK' - a gatefold sleeve double album, complete with killer art and photos, plus liner notes by Red Aunts fan, Sasha Frere-Jones. First 100 on red with black splatter vinyl.


"The Red Aunts are nothing to mess with....wonderfully reckless rock."

- L.A. Times



And some non vinyl goodies...



In The Red is proud to unveil this swank new limited edition t-shirt that features totally badass collage artwork from our own Igor. This six color design comes on super-soft, thin 100% ring-spun cotton tees. We've used discharge ink which is thinner and softer than the usual plastisol screen printing ink and keeps you from getting a sweaty chest. Comes on off-white/oatmeal color tees. Stoked!


Cook Book:

Theresa Wahl was singer and guitarist in the Red Aunts back in the 90's. She's currently the chef and owner of Auntie Em's Kitchen in L.A.'s Eagle Rock neighborhood where she's been wowing the locals with her incredible breakfasts, lunches and desserts for more than a decade. She's even been featured on several Food Network television shows. She's been a long-time advocate of In The Red and vice versa so it's with great pride that we are offering her brand-new, first-ever cookbook! This beautiful hardbound book is loaded with all her best recipes and gorgeous color photos of the finished dishes. She even pairs each dish with a playlist of her favorite songs by the likes of Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, The Cramps, Gun Club, ect. Foreward written by In The Red's Larry Hardy. If you're picking up our new Red Aunts retrospective you should grab one of these too! Food and music go great together.