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Jan 21, 2015
Category: General
Posted by: bart
I remember an earlier single featuring Sal Go, Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb which came about at a Jay Reatard show. That project may or may not still be active but like Jay immediately another project, The NV's was already in the works featuring members of Electricutions & Lady Cop. Washington DC is the beginning of some of the greatest hardcore and it's almost impossible that this wasn't going to turn out well if you haven't guessed already.

Oct 28, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: bart
Jameson Shot: 7” EP
Jameson whiskey goes down fine, and finer still are the X-Rays! of Nottingham for supporting neighboring Ireland’s economy. What isn’t fine is the way waking up to the aftertaste of whiskey has cross-wired my brain to think that whiskey actually tastes like hangovers. But that’s my problem. For the strong eared and stomached, every song on Jameson Shot will please, neat or with ice or water. G-Man’s guitar roars with bottom dollar distortion and Gary X-Ray’s weasely shouts are perfect on tracks like “Drinking for My Baby,” crafting gleefully shitty rock of the street punk feel, minus the aggression and double the cheese. I can just get through these three tracks before the X-Rays! liquor slap overwhelms my system, which needs some watery lager (tempo changes) mixed in with the hard stuff so I can stand on solid legs and flip the record, which comes on marbled vomit grey vinyl.  –Jim Joyce (Big Neck)
Oct 5, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: bart

Scroggz Manor: CD
Scuffed-up garage rock fronted by a vocalist who switches easily between cocky crooning and blown-out shrieking (with a noted preference for the latter). “Garage” is about as worn-out and oversaturated as a genre prefix can get these days, but Fire Retarded do spice things up with some unorthodox deviations into weirdo psych rock riffage. Comparisons to The Reatards are inevitable—do you think the name’s a coincidence? This stuff is fast, frenzied, and dirty. –Indiana Laub (Big Neck)



Distributors and Stores

If you are a record store that carrys Big Neck Swag and you are not listed, email us at bigneckrecords@usa.netand we will add you to the list.  If you are looking to carry Big Neck swag, below are Big Neck's current distributors.  If your local record store does not carry Big Neck have them order it or start a one man riot!


Carrot Top

3716 W. Fullerton Ave

Chicago, IL 60647



USA Distribution

2745 16th Street

San Francisco, California 94103


Get Hip 

1800 Preble Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15233


Dischord Records

2700-B North Washington Blvd

Arlington, VA 22201


Stores that carry Big Neck Swag:

Spiral Scratch Records

291 Bryant St.

Buffalo, NY

Goner Records

2152 Young Ave.

Memphis, TN

Chaz’s Bull City Records

2600 Hillsborough Rd.

Durham, NC. 27705

Permanent records

1914 West Chicago Ave.

Chicago, IL  606022

1234 Go!

Oakland, CA

2nd Avenue Records

Portland, OR


Boone, NC

Crooked Beat Records

Washington, DC

Dave's Records

Chicago, IL

Reckless Records Chicago

Chicago, IL

Lost Weekend Records

Columbus, OH

Angry Young and Poor

Lancaster, PA

Blue Arrow Records

Cleveland, OH

Boo Boo Records

San Luis Obispo, CA

Deadbeat Records

Moscow, ID

Everybody's Records

Cincinnatti, OH

Finder's Records

Bowling Green, OH


Lima, OH

Haffa's Records

Athens, OH

Hi-Voltage Records

Tacoma, WA

Independent Records and Video

Colorado Springs, CO

Kim's Video and Music


Music Matters

St. Augustine, FL

Omega Music

Dayton, OH

Rainbow Records Barrington

Barrington, IL

Silver Platters

Seattle, WA

Spoonful Records

Columbus, OH

Square Records

Akron, OH

Sweat Records

Miami, FL

TKO Records

Huntington Beach, CA

Twist and Shout

Denver, CO

Used Kids Records

Columbus, OH

Vinyl Conflict

Richmond, VA

Waterloo Records

Austin, TX































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