It's back in stock! Heavy Cream's wicked and perfectly pissa debut album "Danny"! Got the download coupon inside so y'all can digitize it, can ya dig it? And it includes an insert lyric poster. But that's not all. 'Cuz now it's on half and half split down the middle two color swirly vinyl!
"When most of us think of Nashville, we think of sticky hot summers, leaky old trucks, tall grass and charming Southern delights we can eat on a wooden stick. But we’ve got our eye on the grimy, garage-punk outfit Heavy Cream. Heavy Cream kick started their career with their 2010 debut LP smash Danny, which sent the band to immediate underground-darling status. The record presented the band as a powerhouse of catchy, sing-a-long punk with scrambled melodies and playful beats." - HAERTY MAGAZINE
Hey! We got a nice surprise when we scored a box of these limited edition split 7"s featuring Heavy Cream and Those Darlin's. Released jointly by Infinity Cat and Oh Wow Dang Records, it was a tour-only release- but we scooped some up for Infinity Cat's loyal customers. High quality picture sleeve, and an interesting twist: the A + B side labels are on the wrong sides. Hey, it happens. Pick one up today, cuz when they're gone, they're gone for good.
"Nashville garage country gals (and guy) Those Darlins and fellow rock neighbors Heavy Cream have put together a solid 7” split in time for some autumn shenanigans. With a charming mixture of punk rock moxie and effeminate sass, Jesse Darlin drives “Summer’s Dead” and on “Prison Shanks”, Heavy Cream hit hard and fast behind a fuzz-happy wall of noise." (LO-PIE)
"Heavy Cream have a song called "Prison Shanks" that's hard as steel and impossible to not headbang to, and Those Darlins hit the garage-rock nail on the head with their new song "Summer's Dead." (THE STRANGER)
"Tennessee troupe Those Darlins makes convincingly and enjoyably bratty girl-group/Runaways-style rock & roll. Nashville's Heavy Cream sets the mood with scuzzy, rollicking garage rock." (TIME OUT NEW YORK)
Previously available only at shows! We now have the infamous "Camo" T! You can walk through life camouflaged and unseen by all. That is, until you turn around and the bright red JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD drip logo catches everyone's attention! Super high quality ANVIL 100% cotton shirt.
The long awaited vinyl version of "Castle Storm". Includes download card. One of three limited colors. This one started out clear, then layered with black, green and white smoke.
The long awaited vinyl version of "Castle Storm". Includes download card. One of three limited colors. This one is Coke bottle green with white smoke.
The long awaited vinyl version of "Castle Storm". Includes download card. One of three limited colors. This one is Green with black smoke.
The long awaited vinyl version of "Castle Storm". Includes download card. In three limited colors: Coke bottle green with white smoke, Clear with black, white and green smoke, and Green with black smoke. Some people want all three. If that's you, save $6 and buy the 3-pack!
Keep that Bro-hood vinyl collection complete! From our friends at the mighty Volcom. Here are the deets:
- Side A: Jeff The Brotherhood "Six Pack"
- Side B: Jeff The Brotherhood "Six Pack (Breaking Bad remix by Juiceboxxx)"
- Jeff the Brotherhood's goodtime jam "Six Pack" gets a (breaking) bad-ass remix by Juiceboxxx.
- White Vinyl
- Limited Edition of 1000
- It will make you want to buy the Infinity cat debut from JUICEBOXXX
Hey! If you are a cat lover, a JEFF The Brotherhood fan, and you like the color red, you are so in luck! Unless you are a size small, then not so much. Limited quantities of M and L too. Lot's of XL (good for sleeping in or wearing as a dress!)
The most popular tour shirt ever! We know you love JEFF The Brotherhood, and now we know you love cats. Because this shirt went through three printings on The Kills tour alone! So we're making it available here on the site. Tan Gildan Softstyle shirt. Meow.
It's here. Order today and we'll mail it today!First 50 orders get an Infinity Cat flag sticker and a "Come and like it now with us" bracelet! Wear it and you'll feel the Dark Energy!
DON'T BE AFRAID! Everyone will be able to tell how much you love your bogus bros when you're wearing this bright red super cool t-shirt. And it's really comfy too!
One of the best reviewed albums of 2012, and for good reason. It's JEFF The Brotherhood. Here's the CD version complete with 100% plastic jewel case! Rolling Stone gave it 4 1/2 out of 5 stars! (The album, not the jewel case) The brothers Orrall have tightened up their sound into something thicker and more cohesive while stepping further away from the looser, more psychedelic sound of Heavy Days, and in the process have stumbled into a sound that beautifully captures the aimless days of summertime. But really, that's to be expected from an album that opens with the line, "I want a place where I can smoke meats, where I can drink and swim in the creek." That feeling carries on into "Sixpack," which will immediately speak to anyone who has ever been to a way-too-packed, small-town house party. Hypnotic Nights delivers all of the brilliant power pop worship that we've come to love from JEFF the Brotherhood, and if the album isn't able to kick off your summer, nothing will.
Get Hypnotic and oh so spiritual with the new JEFF the Brotherhood Hypnotic Nights t-shirt! Features a sexy lady or Jake in drag, we can't quite tell.
Rolling Stone says JEFF The Brotherhood "back up the balls of this album title- the Blue Cheer-with-Neu! surge of "Mellow Out" is fast bliss" in their 3 1/2 star review in this weeks Zach Galifianakis issue, on newstands now. SPIN Magazine says "It's as if ace classicist duo Jake and Jamin Orrall built JEFF the Brotherhood's musical DNA from elements of rock's greatest fellow siblings. Their pared-down arrangements and bluesy riffs recall AC/DC's Young brothers and their fun-loving zeal is akin to honorary bros the Ramones." This weeks Nashville Scene says "JEFF the Brotherhood's latest shows a band ready for world domination". Well we couldn't agree more.
Packaged old school in a beautiful gatefold sleeve and new school with a download card inside!
Owned, worn, and loved by all the Infinity Cat staff and interns (except D. Boone) this is the OFFICIAL Infinity Cat t-shirt! Look like one of the crew, wear it with pride!
You asked for it and we’ve brought it back, this time on CD!: “Ringo, Where Art Thou” . According to iTunes, PUJOL’s top 3 songs are “Black Rabbit”, “Too Safe” (both later re-recorded with Jack White for a Third Man 7”) and “Mission from God”. Check out the original versions right here on Ringo. Also includes the original version of “Endless Mike”- we love the new arrangement on “United States Of Being” (Saddle Creek). You’ll also hear the original “Mayday”, later re-recorded on “Nasty, Brutish and Short“ (Saddle Creek). As if that weren’t enough, Ringo includes “Strawmen In Leather”, “State Of Mind” and “Deathmask”. Act now, and you’ll also get “Typhoid Mary”! Well, you’ll get it even if you don’t act now, but why wait?
We like to have fun. That's why we're here. Infinity Cat is here because we like to introduce the world to new artists, and then see what happens. Good things happen, and that's fun. Did you know our first PUJOL release was a CD that was just given away? That's right, we just wanted everyone to know about this amazing music. Then we followed with a split cassette "Timbre Shades Of Grey", and a 7" called "2010". Well, on this CD we taken the best from all three releases and put them all in one place for your convenience and listening pleasure. From the original, very collectable first CD you've got "Black Rabbit Demo" and "P2P Demo". From "Timbre Shades of Grey", we've included "Johno!", "Jimmie Rodgers", "Jodeye", "Reader", "Over the Counter Culture", and "Cultist". And finally the three great songs (and alternate versions) of "Mission of God", "Deathmask", and the great "Point Of View". As PUJOL himself says, "I walk through the alleys of the superstore trying to follow the string of assembly back to the hand of another. How many between us? Who allows me to buy what I need?" Well folks, we allow you to buy what you need. And we think you need this new CD. And you need the new album on Saddle Creek, "United States Of Being". It's fantastic.
We love Boston. Not gonna get into all the reasons why, but the 3 of us that started Infinity Cat were born there, so...there's that. JEFF The Brotherhood love to go to Boston, and here's a big reason why: the good people of SKIMASK. So when they asked us to participate in a joint release of their album "Cute Mutant", I (WE) Couldn't Say No! (another Boston ref). And we're so glad we did! Now we only have 100 of these (scratch that - 91 after staff purchases!). So, this may be a short post. (That means grab one now!). Oh- Opening this beautiful package is a 4 step process involving our feisty Infinity Cat D. Boone. Here is a short vid explaining how.
It's here! Uncle Bad Touch. The self-titled debut. We love this album! "“I’d rather die / than die a normal guy” sang Mikey Heppner under the trees. No chance of that. The Priestess metal frontman took a rad left turn into Uncle Bad Touch, his crazy garage-alt side band. Between I Wanna Love You – with bassist Kathryn McCaughey cackling the lyrics over Heppner’s crunchily attenuated lines – and Baby Baby Baby Baby, they crammed more retro-prog ideas into 2:58 than a dozen Nuggets bands. Strange City Sing To Me ranks as an early Osheaga highlight. Mikey, with his new wave haircut and vintage Harmony Bobkat, likes ragged melody lines in a tight frame, and originality. The range is extensive and ramshackle – could’ve been the band opening for Pavement or QOTSA or a Clash/Sham 69 show in ’78. Crazy good." (MONTREAL GAZETTE)
Want more? "In the better-late-than-never department is the debut full-length from Montreal lo-fi psych band Uncle Bad Touch, released on their own Bumby label. This is grade-a, sugar-coated bubblegum/psych that is sure to get toes tappin’ as you hum along to gleaming pop gems like “Strange City, Sing to Me,” “Only With You” and “Baby Baby Baby Baby.” Priestess’s Mikey Heppner and his better half Kathryn McCaughey trade off on the lead vocals, with McCaughey in particular proudly stating she’s this year’s Maureen Tucker. If you dig the psych sounds from 1967 to 1971, this is mandatory." (MONTREAL MIRROR)
Get Bent sez Wet Illustrated's "over-achieving drive to fit big ideas into little songs served them very well" on their debut LP 1x1x1 (out on True Panther). Well our San Fran babes are back with more BIG ideas, this time in a LIL 7"! "Scorpio Wings" and "Channel Steamer" are chockfull of their "sometimes-jangly, sometimes-riffy analog-gear retro-garage boom" (Stereogum) and has the coolest, most Batman-y music video we've seen in a long time. Only 350 pressed so get yours while it lasts!