Resist Records news

TURNOVER AUSTRALIAN TOUR WITH TURNSTILE

Turnover announce their return to our shores for a run of shows across both sides of the country in support of their new album “Good Nature”. Joining Turnover on this run is Baltimore outfit Turnstile.

MON 5 MARCH – Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane 18+
WED 7 MARCH – Small Ballroom, Newcastle 18+
THURS 8 MARCH – Factory Theatre, Sydney LIC AA
FRI 9 MARCH – Uni Bar, Wollongong 18+
SAT 10 MARCH – Corner Hotel, Melbourne 18+
MON 12 MARCH – Enigma Bar, Adelaide LIC AA
TUES 13 MARCH – Amplifier Bar, Perth 18+

Tickets on sale Wednesday December 13.

Black Friday 2017

Record Store Day Black Friday releases will be in store Saturday November 25. As usual, we will only be getting limited amounts of these releases and will be available one copy per customer, on a first come first served basis, from Saturday at 10.30am. Remaining stock will be online Monday November 27.

Below is a list RSD Black Friday titles available at Resist:

Anthrax “Carry On Wayward Son” 12″
At The Drive-In “Diamente” 10″
Clutch “Pitchfork And Lost Needles” LP
Dimebag Darrell “The Hitz” 12″
Fleet Foxes “The Electric Lady Session” 10″
Gone Is Gone “Phantom Limb” 7″
Iggy Pop “New Values” LP
Lars Frederiksen & the Bastards “Live And Loud!!” LP
Lars Frederiksen & the Bastards “Self Titled” LP
Lars Frederiksen & The Bastards “Viking” LP
Snoop Dogg “Neva Left” 2xLP
Sparkmarker “Products & Accessories” 2xLP
Strife “Live At TheTroubadour” LP + DVD
Sublime “40oz To Freedom” Picture Disc 2xLP
Various Artists “Indecision 100: Lost Artifacts” 10″

POLARIS “THE MORTAL COIL” OUT NOW

The Mortal Coil was recorded in Polaris’ self-made studio in Mollymook, NSW, where they shipped American tandem, Carson Slovak and Grant MacFarland of Atrium Audio to oversee the recording. The much anticipated debut album and follow up to 2016’s “The Guilt & The Grief”, The Mortal Coil is now available on LP, CD and digital.

Watch Lucid and The Remedy

A DECADE OF HORIZONS TOUR

Today marks 10 years since Parkway Drive’s “Horizons” was released.

To celebrate, the band have announced “A Decade Of Horizons” Australian Tour throughout January 2018, where they will perform a special anniversary set showcasing songs from the much-loved album. Sydney’s Polaris will join them on all dates.

FRIDAY 12 JANUARY: UNIFY GATHERING – SOLD OUT!

SATURDAY 13 JANUARY – TIVOLI, BRISBANE
Tickets will be available from www.ticketmaster.com.au

THURSDAY 18 JANUARY – METRO, SYDNEY (Licensed/All Ages)
Tickets will be available from www.ticketek.com.au

SATURDAY 20 JANUARY – METROPOLIS, FREMANTLE
Tickets will be available from www.oztix.com.au

WEDNESDAY 24 JANUARY – THE GOV, ADELAIDE
Tickets will be available from www.thegov.com.au

FRIDAY 26 JANUARY – FORUM, MELBOURNE
Tickets will be available from www.ticketmaster.com.au

Tickets on sale 9:00am Wednesday October 11.

OPENING SALE

September 30 will see the Resist Records store open at it’s new location – 38 Chapel St, Marrickville. To celebrate we’re offering a 20% discount storewide as well as free Cheesy Duz It pizza from Noon.

OSLOW ANNOUNCE SUMMER TOUR DATES

Sydney post-punk outfit Oslow have announced a string of east coast summer tour dates together with a music video for ‘Sewing’, taken from their debut Self Titled album.

SATURDAY 25 NOVEMBER – TRANSIT BAR, CANBERRA
SUNDAY 26 NOVEMBER – RAD BAR, WOLLONGONG
SATURDAY 2 DECEMBER – OLD BAR, MELBOURNE
THURSDAY 7 DECEMBER – HAMILTON STATION HOTEL, NEWCASTLE
FRIDAY 15 DECEMBER – FACTORY FLOOR, SYDNEY

Off the back of the success of 2015’s No Longer Concerns Me 7”, the four-piece released their long-awaited debut full-length Oslow in February this year to critical acclaim. In joining forces with producer/engineer Dylan Adams (DMA’s, James Blake) to record the album, Oslow honed their craft to exercise a more purposeful and deliberate method to their song writing. Oslow nabbed Indie Album of The Week in The Brag with US outlet Brooklyn Vegan premiering the record internationally, labelling it “atmospheric.” Locally, Kill Your Stereo dubbed it “a work of art”, with The Music noting it’s at once “tense and soothing”, and industry friends AIR calling it “an enthralling debut album.” It was playlisted on Triple Rand SYN FM with first single ‘Cold Dark Space’ receiving spins on FBi and triple j’s Short.Fast.Loud and Home & Hosed.

The video for ‘Sewing’ was filmed in the house where Oslow wrote most of their debut album, capturing the feel of lived in spaces, showing some of their home but as little of them as they could. On the single, singer Dylan Farrugia explains, “Sewing was a song that came together pretty quickly early on during the writing process. It was a fun song to write and really set the tone for a more pop-punk leaning record. The song is about letting your illness fester, to the point where you believe it defines your identity. Not being able to recognise what it means to be well or unwell.”

Watch “Sewing”

POLARIS “THE MORTAL COIL” OUT NOVEMBER 3

The Mortal Coil was recorded in Polaris’ self-made studio in Mollymook, NSW, where they shipped American tandem, Carson Slovak and Grant MacFarland of Atrium Audio to oversee the recording. The much anticipated debut album and follow up to 2016’s “The Guilt & The Grief”, The Mortal Coil will be released on November 3.

Watch the video for “The Remedy”

Pre Order “The Mortal Coil”

Pre Order “The Mortal Coil” on iTunes

Pre Order “The Mortal Coil” on Bandcamp

Listen to “The Remedy” on Spotify

WE’RE ON THE MOVE

Our Newtown store will be closing this Sunday August 27 at 4pm in preparation for the opening of our new retail store in a new location. Stay tuned for details. Over this time our online store will be open 24/7.

POLARIS “THE REMEDY” AUSTRALIAN TOUR

This October Polaris will be hitting the road for their final shows of 2017 in Australia before heading to Europe. Joining them will be Belle Haven, Deadlights and Daybreak. Tickets are on sale now.

Friday 20th October Fowlers Live, Adelaide

Saturday 21st October Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

Thursday 26th October Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Friday 27th October The Brightside, Brisbane

Saturday 28th October The Boston, Perth *

* Polaris and Daybreak appearing only