Slutever “1994″ 7″ Available In Stores Now

In addition to your favorite download and streaming services, Slutever’s 1994 7″ is now available in stores! Remember, we’ve got you covered, each record comes with a download!

Buy the vinyl from Jade Tree
Download from iTunes
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If that’s not enough for you, Slutever‘s 2011 7″ EP, Pretend to Be Nice can be streamed and purchased from the band on their Bandcamp.


Girls Against Boys Announce Live Dates

Girls Against Boys have confirmed two live shows this fall – one in New York and one in Philadelphia, with more shows to be announced. Tickets go on sale Friday (4/26) at noon. The performances will mark GVSB’s first US shows in six years.

September 11th @ Bowery Ballroom (New York) [Tickets]
September 12th @ Johnny Brenda’s (Philadelphia) [Tickets]
September 13th @ TBA (Washington, DC)

In 2002, Jade Tree released You Can’t Fight What You Can’t See, the band’s sixth and last album to date.


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Slutever “1994″ 7″ to be Released on 5/21

Photo by Brian Hamelman

In 1994, underground music was dirty, stained with self-loathing and doubt. Losers ruled and the dirge of the Northwest had crept into the mainstream. It was an era that made a mark on a generation and inspired two young girls to pursue an unforgiving future in punk rock. But with a taste for underground comix, junk food and all things low brow, Philadelphia’s Slutever owe as much to Beavis and Butthead as they do to Kurt and Courtney. This self described “brat punk” duo make its Jade Tree debut with a dark fuzz-filled record two song seven inch.

1994 will be in stores on 5/21 and digital music services worldwide on 4/16. 7″ pre-orders will ship by 4/16.

Track listing:

1. 1994
2. Spit

Pressing info:
500 black vinyl, glued jackets [Buy]

75  black vinyl, silk screened, hand numbered [Buy]

Slutever’s 2011 7″ EP, Pretend to Be Nice can be streamed and purchased from the band on their Bandcamp.

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