• Friday September 16th
    Album Release Party
    Indianapolis, IN

    Keith Smith's 1970-80s Indiana punk scene photo will be shown, pluse DJs spinning Hoosier tunes. ** the Industrials will not be performing **

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  • Dow Jones and the Industrials -- Finally

    July 19, 2016

    Let's just say, it's been years in the making... Dow Jones and the Industrials' anthology Can't Stand The Midwest 1979-1981 will be released on Sept. 16, 2016 as a 2xLP+DVD set. Yeah, CD is an option too. 

    This is the definitive story told through 29 remastered songs -- including 1980 Hoosier Hysteria LP, 1981 7-inch EP, 9 unreleased studio tracks plus compilation, demo and live recordings -- liner notes by Gizmos' Dale Lawrence and Keith Smith's unpublished photographs of the Indiana punk scene. Plus, there's a DVD of the wild Sept. 1980 performance at at the legendary Indianapolis punk club Third Base. 

    And if that is not enough, we dug up and polished five songs by Mr. Science -- the Industrials' synth wizz and DIY producer. Those are available as a 7-inch EP in the deluxe mail order only version of the album.

    Read more here.

  • Carter And Connors Together At Last

    June 30, 2016

    The debut, untitled LP of guitar masters Tom Carter and Loren Connors will be released August 5, 2016. It's limited to only 528 copies. Bradley Buehring's gorgeous black and white photos of the long hairs in action adorn the glossy LP jacket and inner sleeve.

     

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    Loren Connors In The Wire

    June 14, 2016

    Some say "it's 'bout damn time..." but we just smile.

    Loren Connors graces the cover of The Wire for a fantastic, indepth feature by Kurt Gottschalk that is teased as: "The pioneering free blues guitarist has more than six strongs to his bow, as demonstrated by his debut release as a pianist." Suzanne Langille makes a co-staring role as Gottschalk examines Loren's recent bout of Family Vineyard releases. 

    That debut release is, of course, The Red Painting 7-inch (just a few more copies of it left...).

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