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IFB Records is a DIY hardcore/punk label out of sunny Ft. Myers FL. This blog is intended as an easy way to check out the releases and hear them. The label web-site with all the ordering and pricing info, as well as a HUGE international distro is www.ifbrecords.com. Thanks for the support. Email me at ifbrecords@gmail.com for questions/orders. I also buy used collections of records. Email me a list if you're selling a batch. Peace, Nevin

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  • 01/11/16--14:34: Dakhma - Raze LP - IFB092

  • Michigan once again belches forth another dose of venomous filth.  Dakhma plays super heavy and raw black metal inspired punk with swirling riffs, punishing drums with a snare hand that won't quit, and hideous female vocals to top it all off.  Occasional dark quiet passages allow you a moment here and there to breathe, but expect intensity in the vein of Cloud Rat gone black metal.  No pretension, no act, just pure punk filth.  These are screenprinted on inside out unused record covers to minimize resource use.  This is a split release with All We Know Records. They are $10

    Listen - Dakhma
    

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    Null hails from Birmingham AL and features folks from Holiness Church of the Valley and Coliseum.  The album feels like an obscure ritual that would happen in a desert, or something you might hear far away as you explore a cave.  Slow, dark, and brooding with a great sense of space and atmosphere.  The vocals sound like something Floor and Party of Helicopters might have collaborated on if that makes any sense.  This is a very unique sounding record - there's some stoner influence, elements of indie, maybe a hazy Pink Floyd feel, loud and heavy yet calm and airy.  Very much worth a listen.  This is a split with Dingleberry Records in Germany.  They are $14.


    Listen - Null
    

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    This is some UK emo of the first order.  I'm talking 1995 Subjugation Records, Tree Records, Ida, Hated, September kinda emo.  Both bands have a different take on the sound but both absolutely nail it.  This is so refreshing - it brings me right back to being 17 and blasting Owltian Mia - I just keep flipping it over and over.  Seriously if any of the aforementioned bands/labels means anything to you, then you absolutely cannot go wrong here.  This is a split release with lots of labels - DIY cooperation forever.  They are $12.


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    Human Hands
    The Blue Period
    

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    Sigh Down One is from Montreal and play a shoegaze/punk hybrid as if My Bloody Valentine hooked up with Wymyn's Prysyn and old Nirvana and they were commissioned to write songs that could have been on the Crow soundtrack.  It's really really good - the gloom and haze of shoegaze with the blown up guitars and nervous energy of todays better outsider punk.  They are $12

    Listen - Sigh Down One

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  • 05/01/16--17:38: Tempest - s/t LP - IFB095



  • Holy shit.  Vancouver's Tempest have seriously outdone themselves here.  This is the most blackened, tornado swirling aural violence I've heard.  Rooted in sounds like early Orchid and much of the swirling heaviness that React With Protest Records releases, Tempest just makes it overwhelmingly heavy with buried vocals that sound like hideous phantoms clawing out of caves.  There are hints of dark beauty buried deep in the tightly controlled chaos here that keep the record from strangling you completely.  Seriously just a total enveloping sound on the level of Old Soul that just keeps sending tingles down your spine.  These are $12 and are co-released with Loeil du Tigre and React With Protest.


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  • 09/04/16--09:02: Antifaces - s/t 7" - IFB098


  • Latino punk outta Miami in the vein of Eskorbuto, Suicidas, or Tozcos.  It hits that sweet spot of a perfect mix of melody and grit, with a bass heavy mix that hits hard, especially when the stomp kicks in.  Duelling female/male vocals are all in Spanish and range from proper singing to pure punk filth.  Members hail from Merkit and Nunhex.  These are $5. 


    Listen - Antifaces
    

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    Michigan's Old Soul give us what is probably their last offering.  For long time followers of the band, it is a fitting capstone.  Old Soul pioneered and mastered this style of screamo/post-rock.  Their sound is just an overwhelming wave which can be beautiful cascading atmosphere to pure blasting intensity, all with a level of song-writing that is at the top of the genre.  After 6 records, what more can I say?  This is the type of record to blast in a dark room alone and just let it take you in.  These are $12 and are co-released w/ Zegema Beach, Maniyax, Dingleberry, and Mosh Potatoes.


    Listen - Old Soul
    

    

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    Bloomington's Closet Burner return with a full length of queer-positive, society bullshit negative hardcore.  The sound is rooted in classic fast hardcore riffs, but not afraid to drop a dirge or a powerviolent blast in there.  Lyrics are angry, to the point, and no holds barred, representing a refreshing return to actual anger and resistance in hardcore.  Members share time in Rat Storm as well.  These are $10.


    

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    Asheville NC's Weak Wrists bring together elements of emo-violent swirl in the finest Orchid tradition, soaring post-metal passages that would make Old Soul proud, the textured and dynamic drums of Funeral Diner, and a bedrock of grinding filth with torn-throat female vocals for the Cloud Rat enthusiast among us.  All these things weave and intermingle flawlessly and are executed with passion.  These are $10

    Listen - Weak Wrists




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    Straight outta Lille, France, Barque delivers 5 tracks of searing dark hardcore.  They hit all the right buttons with the beat-down heaviness of Lich, a touch of mathy chaos in the Coalesce realm, and that vibe of dread and frustration that Lentic Waters does so well.  Sometimes pounding, sometimes swirling, sometimes blackened blasting - if you like your hardcore bringing the best of multiple genres and creating genuinely bleak moods, this should do it. 

    Listen - Barque 

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    Brasil's master of lo-fi 90's indie/psych/grunge worship returns with yet another masterpiece of the genre.  For easy references, think Guided By Voices or early Pixies, but on this record Le adds more of a psychedelic element to these tracks - a bit more stoned if you will, but maintaining his signature ability to take a simple riff and turn it into something truly special.  There are riffs on this record that I could live the rest of my life with on a desert island.  Perfect raw pop for an ugly world.  Burn some candles and turn it up loud - it's the last thing we can count on.  These are $10

    Listen - Le Almeida


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    Subjects Rulers were a short lived project out of Nashville with folks from Cease Upon the Capitol and Dolcim. They recorded this full length then spread out across the country, leaving us this lovely little tape as a document of their existence. This is expertly executed screamo with just the right amount of chaos, massive, uplifting passages, dynamic drumming and powerful vocals. These guys have been doing this a long time and it shows.  These are $4.



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    Noisy outsider punk from Fort Myers FL - members of Merkit and Panzram return to deliver 5 new tracks of disgusted punk. Each song has it's own personality ranging from almost blown up pounding, to a catchy pop-punk riff that ends in a miserable dirge, to a one riff dance-hall banger. Fresh and ugly from some small-town lifers.  These are $4

    Listen - Plural Being

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    Child Meadow is a two piece powerhouse of French emo - powerful, passionate and raw. This was supposed to be the last split of 3 way split series with Remek & Paper plane crash. Since Paper plane crash is not anymore a band, we decided to release those tracks as an LP.  $10

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    Dakhma's second full length takes their hideous black metal inspired punk sound to new heights, with 2 epic tracks. Overwhelming and punishing with torn throat filth vocals and good doses of atmosphere.  These are $10

    Listen - Dakhma


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