We pulled all of our records from the warehouse and found a lot of stock that we did not know was there. So, I created a new Bandcamp store to sell the new releases and I put together plenty of great deals to catch up with Big Neck!
30 CDs for $25!
Tom Potter Package (photo below)
Catching up with Musk via a Tractor Sex Fatality Package
Catching up with Beasteater via a Blowtops/Fatal Figures Package
We will continue to add more deals and more merch. Go to the store and take advantage of them while they last!
Big Neck Fest
October 10, 2015
Empty Bottle - Chicago
9 pm Sharp
Sonny Vincent (The World)
Fire Retarded (Madison, WI)
Heavy Times (Chicago)
Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (DC)
Fatal Figures (Buffalo)
Danger Signs (Pittsburgh)
Distributors and Stores
Well it's the New Year and Big Neck has some very exciting news. Much of our news has to do with our releases that are coming up this year. The biggest and best news....
Big Neck is releasing Sonny Vincent's new record! 14 exclusive tracks to Big Neck Records. The record will be released in April 2014 on LP and CD. It is entitled, "Cyanide Consomme."
This record is blazing hot. If you think Sonny has slowed down at any point you are mistaken this record has tougher guitar riffs and more hooks than I have heard since The Testors.
7 Inches Blog reviewed the Chrome Spiders "Black Butterfly" 7"!
No wonder there's no bandcamp or facebook page for the Chrome Spiders. If you know the tiniest bit about stompy garage rock or the band that almost exclusively releases singles you will have heard of Detroit's Dirtbombs. The Chrome Spiders are fronted by Tom Potter from the revered band and need no more introduction than that....
Razorcake #77 reviewed Big Neck's Record Store Day compilation!
Big Neck Record Store Day 7" EP
As the titled suggests, this is Big Neck's compilation contribution to this year's Record Store Day Celebration. Populating the disc are one track each by the Livids, XRays, Cheap Freaks, and Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. All are fine bits of high-octane garage-influenced punk and I'll go out on a limb and guess the tracks are exclusive to this release--if not, what would be the point then right? If you dig any of the bands, or just like yer swaggering caboose handed to you by bands meting out raucous rock'n'roll, this is definitely worth the green and the scramble. - Jimmy Alvarado