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Inside a garage in Encinitas you’ll find Sorry It’s Over, a pop/alt rock band started by Sam Adgate and Louis Petrella. With their debut summer album on the horizon, here’s a taste of what they offer their music fans and all those who discover this innovative new group!
The very first Gexa X demos from 1979, recorded just weeks after his tenure in The Bags and Deadbeats had ended. Contains an early version of Practicing Mice and the largely unheard "Me No Wanna Be". First pressing of 500 copies includes insert with rare photos and liner notes by Mr. X plus a FREE Power-Pals ID card!
Geza X Records evolved out of Geza’s record production work. After making hundreds of indie records, Geza grew frustrated seeing “hot” indie songs get overlooked by the mainstream media industry. His legendary punk rock and classic hip hop recordings prove that good stories stand the test of time, often giving a window into public affairs that would otherwise go unnoticed. In today’s market, anyone with enough experience can launch a record company. But can they tell good stories? Geza decided to focus on artists that bring a grassroots touch to musical stories. We digitally release new, talent, lost classics, experimental music, and soundtracks that you won’t find anywhere else
No Matrix Records is our vinyl and merch partner, founded to document the lost artifacts and rare recordings of California's original Punk rock movement of the late 1970s. While many of New York and London's bands enjoyed wide distribution and major label backing, the punks in Los Angeles and San Francisco were left to their own devices. At the time, local independent labels like Slash, Dangerhouse, Bomp! and What? Records picked up the slack and began releasing 7" singles in small quantities while other artists chose to self-finance their own. No Matrix takes a similar approach, going back to the original tapes, remastering them, and preserving them for collectors