January 2022 new release book!

The January 2022 new release book is out and can be downloaded here. Ship date is January 5th. Street date is January 14th.

Below is the list of the new release(s)! Make sure to get your orders in right away. Let us know if you have any questions!

This month we have two hard hitters from Artisian Era and a classic from To Live A Lie.


LABEL SKU FORMAT ARTIST TITLE UPC
Artisan Era AE047-2 CD DESSIDERIUM Aria 123184004722
Artisan Era AE048-2 CD AETHEREUS Leiden 123184004821
To Live A Lie TLAL220-1 LP NOCOMPLY East Coast Powerviolence 616983335543

Record Store Day 2018 release book!

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The Record Store Day 2018 release book is out and can be downloaded here. Ship date is March 27th. Record Store Day is April 21st.

This title is an official Record Store Day title ; is on ‘the official Record Store Day list’. Quantities are limited so do not delay in getting us your pre-order.It’s first come first serve.When were out thats it.Also only brick and mortar stores can order these titles. If you have a mailorder or sell at shows sorry we can not sell you these titles. As much as that pains us these are the official Record Store Day rules.

This years RSD brings us a 8″ square vinyl record by ‘Public Squares’!

Below is a list of the RSD title thats available. Please read the one sheet in the new release book for all the info , pressing quantities and other special info.


LABEL SKU FORMAT ARTIST TITLE UPC
Roofless RFLSS007-1 8″ Square Vinyl + digital PUBLIC SQUARES NWR&P 271074000771

Happy Vinyl record day!

Happy vinyl record day everyone. Just think way back on this day in 1877 Thomas Edison invented the phonograph. Pretty awesome isn’t it. Check out this link it tells the whole story!

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Dangerous Minds: New music by Rough Francis, from ‘A Band Called Death’

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Surely you’ve seen A Band Called Death by now, right? If not, you seriously need to get on that. Though it seems to have expired from Netflix streaming (booooo), it’s still available to subscribers on Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime (and it’s only like $3 for non-Prime Amazon streaming). If you’ve missed this story somehow, the film relates the saga of the Hackneys, three young African-American brothers in Detroit, MI, in the early ‘70s, whose family band eerily predicted the back-to-basics hard rock ethos and sound of punk by a couple of years, and yet they remained entirely unknown to the world until the discovery of their excellent self-released 7” made them a 21st Century cause célèbre among record collectors.

The rediscovery of Death brought forth some marvelous fruits—Death’s lost LP For the Whole World to See was released to justifiable acclaim in 2009, and the band’s vaults were emptied with the releases of the collections Spiritual Mental Physical and III, and an album of new material by the reconstituted and re-energized band (minus guitarist/visionary David Hackney, who died of lung cancer in 2000), titled N.E.W., is due later this month. And the discovery had generation-spanning effects, in that the three sons of Death’s bassist/singer Bobby Hackney have, rather symmetrically, formed a family band called Rough Francis

Read the full story here
Order heavy on Riot House’s ROUGH FRANCIS 45 of “MSP2/Blind Pigs” — out April 18– as it will surely sell out!
RF 7inch WHITE ILD copy

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