Tuesday, July 16, 1985

A.K.O.B. "Another Kind of Blues" ep

A.K.O.B. were a hardcare band from Vancouver. The band was made up of former members of the House of Commons. As might be assumed by the name of the band they were influenced by the UK Subs. This 6 song 12" was released by Undergrowth Records which was responsible for other 12" like Death Sentence, NoMeansNo, Snakefinger and a comp called Undergrowth '85. The label was run by Laurie Mercer who was the manager of NoMeansNo. I found out a bunch of material about the label at a blog called O'Canadarm.

Saturday, July 6, 1985

Flyer - Saturday July 6, 1985

Jill brings in Raw Power from Italy. This show is at the DMZ and Direct Action open up.

Tuesday, July 2, 1985

Flyer - Tuesday July 2, 1985

Reuben Kincade brings the Vampire Lezbos in from Seattle. No Mind and Ignorance opned up and it was at the DMZ.

Monday, July 1, 1985

Zine - The Pig Paper #20

MRR Review - Deja Voodoo "Too Cool to Live, Too Smart To Die" LP

Dog wrote this review for MRR of the NJF ep. This appeared in issue #26, which came out in July 1985. Click on image to enlarge it to a readable size.