Well, usually we put this out in March or April, but 2020 was quite a year, and the beginning of 2021 has been something as well… Nonetheless, here it is in all its glory, the 2020 Trash Records Dot Org Annual Report. It’s full of visual art, writing, and info about Trash Records music.
The New Misopogon album, Rome, is here, just in time to finish off this horrible year of 2020. You can download it now for free HERE And you can watch a video for the title track:
Here is the new single from The Fools Community Orchestra… Enjoy! Dream the life, live the dream, BE the sea-creature you’ve always wanted to be… Download HERE (@ The Fools Community Orchestra Page) And watch a video, why not?
The double album Misery by Dumbass came out 12/21/2000 Read about it, download it for free, etc. here And stream the album, b-sides, and more here:
2018 marked the 20 year anniversary of Trash Records. Here is a playlist for your listening pleasure from the second decade plus one year (check out our 1998-2008 playlist here). 01 Pin – Right 02 Pin – Is This Today? 03 Dumbass – Faces 04 Dumbass – Design & Outcome 05 Dr. Roboto & The […]
“Now” is the new album from Pin. You can download it for free from the pin homepage @ www.trashrecords.org/pin And, you can stream the whole album on youtube:
Download it for free now: http://trashrecords.org/misopogon/index.php/2020/05/03/album-misopogon-ep/ And:
So ends a decade: Trash Records Annual Report 2019
It’s a post-punk-ish kind of thing… Enjoy! 01 A COMMUNICATION 02 I USE WORDS 03 A COMMUNICATION (PIN REMIX) 04 I USE WORDS (PIN REMIX) …Plus, it’s got two nifty remixes by Pin! Yay! Also, you can stream all 4 songs on youtube:
Dr. Roboto & The Hardcore Crisis present: The Ballad of Johnny Custard: 1 – The Ballad of Johnny Custard 2 – 2 Legit 2 Resign 3 – That Intestinal Funk! 4 – Chrome Pipes 5 – You Sick Sick Fuck 6 – Gulch Mulch 7 – Johnny Custard’s Hip Hop Throwdown 8 – In Which […]
It’s that time again: Trash Records Annual Report 2018 Low Res (.pdf as usual… low res because the file was too damned big)
2008 marked the 20 year anniversary of Trash Records. Here is a playlist for your listening pleasure from the first 10 of those years. It’s not comprehensive (there are bands from those 10 years not represented), nor is it fully representative of each of the bands featured (some of them have done things that sound […]