Debut album for Brisbane’s Suicide Country Hour. Beautiful acoustic sounds paired with some heavy lyrical subject matter. For fans of country, alt country, Sweetheart of the Rodeo. A great Sunday morning record that will fly off the shelves – get in now compadre. No drums!
This sums it up well via the excellent Unbelievably Bad mag
“Infestation is the effortlessly cool new album by The Stinkbugs, led by James Pierce (The Hekawis, Shutdown 66, etc.) and featuring a few of the regular Swashbucklers using insect-related pseudonyms. The LP builds on the devil-may-care fuzzy-as-fuck Roky-rock of The Stinkbugs’ previously released self-titled LP and two singles – “Supernatural” and “Walking In The Storm”… ”
Grab a copy now, limited press via the hobo online bandcamp site.
We’re also having a party to launch this one at the Stones Corner Hotel down near Hobo HQ. It’s happening Saturday 13th May and on the lineup we have The Dangermen! The Busymen! Extra Foxx! and Eyes Ninety!
Here’s the flyer by Cactoblastis.
The latest offering from Swashbuckling Hobo Records. Dan Melchior – City Lights / The Drunken Galah 7″ . Our first international release!
Recorded whilst on tour in Australia 2016.
Limited edition 200 on blue vinyl! Comes with safety instructions.
Available now via Swashbuckling Hobo online shoppe.
By the mid ’80’s, with the Bjelke-Peterson government in its wretched death throes, playing in a band in Brisbane was an antagonising experience. People were under the hammer and justifiably pissed off. The grass wasn’t green on anyone’s side of the fence. Venues opened up and closed down in the blink of an eye, and the flash of a badge. Ad-hoc gigs were shut down before they even started. Bands simply did not have the wherewithal to release records. Understandably, much bile was spewed forth. Not all of it was flushed away… Swashbuckling Hobo have reached deep beyond the s-bend and managed to scrape off this slice of dank, crusted debris.
30 years later we give you DEATH OF A NUN, two slices of previously unreleased Brisbane punk. Only 150 pressed. GET IT HERE.
Side 1 – Brisbane
Side 2 – It’s Your Fault
Extra Foxx – Goodbye Insanity, Hello Humanity LP
We are proud to present to you “GOODBYE INSANITY, HELLO HUMANITY” the brand new full-lengther by Brisbane institution EXTRA FOXX.
Since the late 90’s EXTRA FOXX (led by Sunshine Coast/Brisbane pop genius Conwae Burrell) has been playing around town with an ever evolving band lineup to become one of thee much loved staples of the Brisbane underground music scene.
We at Swashbuckling Hobo are happy to serve up, for the first time ever a 12″ cut of Foxx for your personal turntable!
1. The Beatles Were Right
2. I Love You
3. One in the Morning
4. Fanatic Rail
5. Can You Feel?
6. Do What You Like
7. Caravan Trailer
8. Ten Percent
11. Big Pineapple
Extra Foxx – The Beatles Were Right
EXTRA FOXX facebook page
GET Goodbye Insanity, Hello Humanity HERE available in 12″ and digital download.
IT’S PSYCHOLOGICAL the debut from Brisbane’s HAPPY TIMES has arrived!
It’s Psychological captures the HTs in full flight with songs about usual themes of u-boat adventure and shit food in the key of Turbo Nicko (formerly of The Hymies). This is maximum voltage, lo-fidelity, top fuel punk rock.
1. Conning Tower Party
2. Croatian Drunk
3. Depthcharge Dilemma
5. Hey Biscay
6. Shit Brick Fences Of Brisbane
10. Main St Pacer
11. Satan Place
Limited to 150 copies ~ hit the Swashbuckling Hobo bandcamp to order with instant download!!
Happy Times – Shit Brick Fences of Melbourne (alternate to album version)
Happy Times ~ Craw
We’ve just re-issued two seminal albums by Brisbane’s own THE ONYAS.
Get Shitfaced With The Onyas (1997) was released via legendary Melbourne label Au-go-go and Berlin’s Munster Records has long been out of print, whilst Six! (1998, Au-go-go) was previously only released on CD.
Both releases have had the Mikey Young mastering treatment (with Six! remixed for vinyl) and sound as ball-tearing as ever!
Head on over to our online merch stand to make sure you don’t miss out!!
The Onyas will be playing in Brisbane in support of both these albums on June 17.