yet another find that is linked to this great fanzine i began to love lately. project print already introduced me to some other really cool hardcore bands such as wolfxdown or xeisbergx (of which i will post in near future). so i read a commercial panel of take it back records. a small d.i.y. label from germany - seems that there are tons of them out there, if they put all out stuff like this, let them come! at their big cartel shop i searched through the vinyl section. kids insane was on top. mmhhh, never heard of them. i listened to a song on bandcamp and was sold! crisp and catchy hardcore from tel aviv, israel.
crapoulet rec from france, derrick hunter rec (couldn't find any info on them) and you're next rec from israel. there is a pre-order version on black vinyl of 100 copies and my coloured version of 400 copies. both were available but as i prefer coloured vinyl over black i took the less limited. 2013.
state of mind - knowledge of self
this record was on clearance, it was coloured, the cover looked kind of cool and i only listened with half an ear to the song on bandcamp. that were the main reasons i bought it. i was a bit overly excited with state of mind from the netherlands.
take it back records. 2011.
el camino car crash - demo
last and most unusual of this order is the el camino car crash tape of their demo '12. i don't buy tapes. don't know much what to do with these. i love the asthetics of a 12" release for the lovely size of the cover and nice vinyl colourings. everything a tape is not. but in this case i was curious.
'typography's dead'. really good nineties hardcore. think of morning again, unbroken, early cataract. mix in some modern elements and here you have a great demo release.