Mind Rot Records was created by two brother with a DIY mentality and a desire to help some friends and put out records.
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A lengthy talk with the man behind Not Just Words Records about politics, education, fireworks, hardcore. About life.
A chat with the man behind Sixtynine records and the driving force of Noviot Pochetok.
Indy Powers of Coin Toss Records on his love for music and surfing the net too much.
An in-depth talk with Emile Mutsaers, about his band State Of Mind, him being a teacher, changes in the world and lots more.
Pim had a talk with Freddy Alva about growing up in NYC, acupuncture, favorite shows, Last Cause, Wardance Records and of course, the New Breed compilation.
Goldust and Withers stayed on the road together for ten days and shared their secrets afterwards with Henry.
Spawn, Repel fanzine & records, True Blue, Reaper Records. These names should ring a bell. They’re all linked to one person, Patrick Kitzel.
Evil Clevo hardcore meets lonely acoustic folk.
Commitment is selling CD’s for cheap. Some testpresses up for grabs too!
Preorders for the Locktender Kafka LP and the Agowilt Clocks Made Of Their Own Bones LP have been posted on the Replenish Records website.
Nabbe the Bastard played in Insult, Skullhog, Bile, Hot ‘n Steamy Monkeylove and probably a bunch of other bands with even wilder names.
Unbroken toured Europe for the first time during the winter of ’94-’95. It was cold and all members of the band got ill. What impact did they made on the European hardcore kids around. They share their story here.
Refuse Records who recently released Noose’s Depraved Indifference 7″ and organized their European Tour announced Noose got kicked from the label.
Onno Cro-Mag + Roger Agnostic Front team up for a new label and announce the comeback of the European Hardcore Party
Antillectual will be releasing their new album on Suburban Records on August 23rd.
While heavily influenced by youth crew pioneers like Floorpunch and Youth of Today, the band is definitely able to do justice to this style of hardcore without just recycling songs from their influences.