The garages in Chicago are a raucous breed.  Home to Randy Records, slangers of sludgy punk 7″ slabs, the windy city is carrying a lot of heart-pounding noise through its airwaves.  One of those is a group of noisemakers called The Yolks.  Similar to your first sexual encounter, a Yolks track is a sweaty, loud, pelvic-thrusting romp, and it ends quicker than you hoped in a heap of various body fluids.

Side B, I Wanna Be Dumb, is a crispy lofi punk rock treat, summoning The Ramones and that classic late 70s quick-riffed bubblegum.  Side A, Don’t Cry Anymore, is a significant departure for the group and testament to their eclectic set of influences.  If The Velvet Underground laid their heads on the opposite coast and substituted the brown stones for the blue skies and green green grass…it may have sounded like Don’t Cry Anymore.  I’m also hearing hints of The Everly Brothers and pre-psychedelic beach vibes.  Very choice as these gloriously mild summer nights quickly draw to a close.

These hand-drawn labels are no joke.  Check out what they did on a previous release HERE.  That’s love and commitment for the cause, boys and girls.  For a measly $6, what are you waiting for?

The Details

300 records pressed total.
First 100 come with blank black labels signed with a blinging-ass silver paint pen by the man, the legend, RANDY REXINGTON himself!!! SO SEXXXY!!! WOW!!!!

Price $6

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