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1-2-3-4! Go RecordsOfficial Website: http://www.1234gorecords.com/
Artists with releases on this label:
"I started this label/show promotion deal at about the time when the Spitting Teeth 7" came out in August of 2001. The reason behind the label I imagine is the same reason most people start a label...to put out music they like...especially stuff that might not have gotten a chance anywhere else. There isn't a specific genre I'm going to stick to for this label. Which I know is frustrating for some people. I'm not just going to put out hardcore records or traditional punk records or what ever. There will be a range of styles released but I don't think anything will be too much of a stretch." (excerpted from 1234gorecords.com)"
Zero Boys: 'Pro-Dirt'
Zero Boys are streaming their new 7-inch, Pro-Dirt. This is the first new music from the band in 20 years. 1-2-3-4-Go! Records is handling the release, which is set for June 18. They wil also be re-releasing Livin' in the 80s the same…
1-2-3-4 Go! Records to release Hickey's 'Various States of Disrepair'
1-2-3-4 Go! Records will be releasing a vinyl edition of Hickey's Various States of Disrepair singles/rarities compilation this spring, the label announced. The collection was originally released on CD only by Poverty Records in the late '90s, and has since gone out of print. The remastered vinyl release, a double LP, will contain the entire 23 tracks of the original release, and add 9 additional songs.…
Nobunny (midwest, west coast, Texas)
Nobunny is currently wrapping up a midwest tour and will follow it with a west coast run before heading to Texas next month for Fun Fun Fun Fest. Click below for the dates. The group released First Blood in…
Cute Lepers (Episode 2)
With their new album, Adventure Time released earlier this year, The Cute Lepers have been on the road for a two month long tour with Something Fierce. While traveling, the band put together a video tour journal for us and we've got the second episode for you today. You can click Read More for the…
Cute Lepers (Episode 1)
With their new album, Adventure Time released earlier this year, The Cute Lepers have been on the road for a two month long tour with Something Fierce. While traveling, the band put together a video tour journal for us and we've got the first episode for you today. It covers their trek through Boise, Salt Lake City, and…
Personal and the Pizzas (east coast, Canada)
Personal and the Pizzas is about to wrap up a tour with some dates on the east coast and in Toronto and Montreal. After the run concludes they'll return to California for an August 31 show at Thee Parkside in San Francisco. Check out the dates below. The band continue to support 2010's Raw Pie,…
The Cute Lepers: "Noisy Song"
The Cute Lepers have released a new video for "Noisy Song." Check it out below. The track appears on the band's latest effort Adventure Time (streaming here), and they'll be supporting the album on an upcoming tour with Something…
The Cute Lepers / Something Fierce (US)
1-2-3-4! Go labelmates The Cute Lepers and Something Fierce will be kicking off an American tour on August 18. Click below for the details. Each band will be supporting new full-lengths, both of which are streaming right here…
1-2-3-4! Go announces tenth anniversary showcase
To commemorate their tenth anniversary as a label (and third as a record store), Oakland, CA-based 1-2-3-4! Go Records will be hosting a label showcase July 22-24 at The Oakland Metro Operahouse. Bands scheduled to perform include Nobunny, Personal and the Pizzas, The Cute Lepers,…
The Cute Lepers: 'Adventure Time'
Our stream today comes from Seattle, WA-based The Cute Lepers in the form of their new full-length for 1-2-3-4 Go! Records, Adventure Time.You can check it out on their Punknews.org…
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