Very Small Records Makes The Collector Nerd Sweat
Without David Hayes you would not have East Bay punk rock from the ass end of the last century as you remember it (or how it was for that matter). As of a few weeks ago the latest manifestation of his Very Small Records has solidified (or metastasized) into a three headed Mecha-King Ghidorah. The big news is the release of many hundreds of classic tracks on BandCamp from the label. That means lots of songs by Schlong, Elmer, Nar, Lizards, Plaid Retina, Sewer Trout, Logical Nonsense, Pounded Clowns, and Horny Mormons; and deep cuts from Jawbreaker, Nuisance, Buzzoven, Pinhead Gunpowder, Spitboy, Tit Wrench, Econochrist, Samiam, Sleep, Screeching Weasel, Soup, Fuel, Sewer Trout, Blanks ’77, Strawman, The Automatics, The Rhythm Pigs, Melt Banana, Voodoo Glow Skulls and many, many more. You can also get: the vintage “Race Mixing Is Cool” Hoodie in five sizes; the Very Small Records Punk “Discography” MP3 DVD Data 3.52GB 1986-2003; or – for seemingly much less money than buying them separately… if you are OK with a Large Hoodie – both together. Take a day and go hang out with these hella cool oldies, cheese.