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The Eradicator is here. Don’t be a pus-head and make us explain who or what he is. After a full length and a 10″ he’s back with a new EP “The Courts Closed On Christmas” on Programme Sounds in strict collaboration with Stonewalled Records and Underground Communique.
We here at Programme Sounds have the RED VINYL(only 100 made). If you saw him perform at Programme you were one of the lucky ones, if you didn’t catch this video from the last record for a brief peek…

Congrats to our friends from Florida, GOUGE AWAY, as they ready their next release and first on Deathwish. Here’s their first video from the record devised by Tom and Christina from the band along with David Burns…

1 year ago, this community lost Chris Avis. He shot some of the Programme shows and he certainly touched many of you out there. Here’s a remembrance penned by Josh Olivier of No Better:

Remembering Chris Avis, one year later.
I was eighteen years old, idealistic and wide-eyed, touring down the West Coast at shows I
thought would be much better attended. It had been a disappointing run—the reality of DIY
touring didn’t meet my expectations of it, and we’d put in a lot of work to make the tour happen.
But I got an email: Cavis Tapes wanted to do an acoustic session for us in Bakersfield. It
suddenly didn’t matter that we’d been playing in front of four people a night and that I’d been
slinging CD’s at gas stations to get to the next show—Cavis Tapes liked our band, and I believed
in what we were doing again.
I was beyond nervous to meet Chris. He’d filmed sessions with all my favorite bands, so he was
this sort of intimidating figure of Cool that I wanted to impress. But his friendship was
seamless—I have no idea if he knew how nervous I was to interact with him, but Chris and I
clicked. We talked bands, we talked industry gossip, we talked about No Better. We talked about
our histories with music, and we spoke with the same sort of ardor about the shows we’ve been
to, our relationship with different bands, about seeing this band or that one play on their first
tour, because we believed that each show we attended was a piece of goddamn history. Personal
history and scene history. We were scene historians. Especially Chris.
That’s why Chris documented like he did: because he loved DIY and it mattered to him. Because
he knew that, in some capacity, these nights and these sets deserve a place where they could last
forever. So, he filmed relentlessly, driving three plus hours from Bakersfield every weekend to
film big and baby bands. He filmed well—with care, dedicating himself to the mastery of his
craft—for all of us, because he understood how special and formative watching a band at a punk
show can be. He understood that it’s something worth reliving.
And I admired Chris so goddamn much. In part because he was a full-fledged, real-life adult still
engaging unapologetically with punk music. He consistently reminded me that I never need to
stop doing the things I love. That I never need to stop spending all of my money on band shirts.
That I never need to stop watching or playing music every weekend.
Chris coached our band. He made me believe that we were talented enough to do great things
and always pushed us to do more touring while the other people in my life belittled the fact that
we drove so far to play for so few people. He gave me permission to really care about No Better
and validated all of the thought that I put into playing music.The truth is that, in a lot of ways, I
think Chris cared more about the success of our bands than some of our own members did. I
remember one drive in particular, Chris talking about what it takes to really do music full time.
He talked about bands having the skill that it takes, but not wanting to put in the work—not
wanting to fully dedicate themselves to their craft in the way Chris did his. Chris believed in
work, he believed in music, and he believed in us. I cannot overstate what that means to me.
And, above all, he was an excellent friend. A walking reminder of the cross-generational and
cross-country relationships that can be formed through music. Chris would text me all the time,
talking shit on the Lakers or just asking how I was doing. Whenever a piece of music or
basketball news reminded him of me, I got a text. What could have been another night sleeping
on a stranger’s floor became a friendship that will stay with me, always, because Chris cared in a
way that just sort of just makes you gape.

I share this because I know that a lot of us had a similar relationship with Chris and that a lot of
us have made similar relationships through music. The comfort I’ve found in meeting
like-minded and vertiginously generous people through DIY music is sometimes lost on me, and
losing Chris has been a difficult reminder to thoroughly appreciate how lucky I am to have met
my best friends through shows. I share this because “community” is a word that we throw around
when we talk about DIY, and Chris Avis embodied this ideal. I share this because Chris will
always be a legend to me, not only because of the work he did, but because of the friend he was.
It’s been a year, and I still miss Chris every day, but I’m lucky to have known him. We all were.
Sunny Singh from Hate5six recently helped in completing the last of Chris’ videos: Sound and
Fury, 2017. Those can be seen here.
Cavis Tapes Forever. Chris Avis Forever and Always.

June 12th is here and we are happy to report we have just released the repress of Just Friends-Rock 2 The Rhythm on Programme Sounds in conjunction with Open Door Records.
The original record from these Norcal Partystarters came out in 2015 and went out of print in 2017. We repressed it on “Creamsicle Orange” and limited it to 100 copies(You can also get the Open Door repress on pink swirl). This is the most rare variant and is bound to be a classic in years as the band just dropped their new album today as well.

Also make sure you catch the boys playing live next week on June 20th as they playing a Programme Presents show at The Locker Room(at the Garden Ampitheatre)!

We are pleased to announce the 2nd release on PROGRAMME SOUNDS, Melted’s Thin Skin.
Its in collaboration with Open Door, Stardumb, Celebrity Punk House, and Astro Lizard Records. We have the Programme exclusive ORANGE variant in only 100 copies. Check out the boys from MELTED with their blend of Hives meets Saints garage punk.

We are BEYOND happy to announce we are dropping our first release on PROGRAMME SOUNDS on 1/12/2018. Its a collaboration release with Indecision Records and will mark Catalog Number PS001 while being Indecision’s 101st release.
We picked RATS IN THE WALL from Huntington Beach to be our inaugural release. Led by Eva Hall(ex-Gather) & Brad Logan(ex-F-Minus/current Leftover Crack), Rats leave a hard charging & angry trail in their wake of lyric-driven Hardcore Punk.
We will have a very limited run of 100 7″s available in translucent orange. These can be purchased IN STORE or HERE!!

We kick off this year’s Day After Xmas at 11AM Tuesday morning in the store and for the FIRST TIME we will offer the same 25% off the entire shop on the site. will be 25% off beginning at 12:00 Dec. 26(EASTERN STANDARD TIME) so that means 9pm here you can purchase online!

This Friday will be our 7th Black Friday Sale at Programme!
Get here early for extra discounts!!
Everything will be ON SALE!

Last year we went to BORN FREE and saw all the rad PBR items that Loser Machine put out but ONLY at the event! Now in 2017 we have a chance to bring it to you…

AVAILABLE on the site

Agent Cooper hooked us up with new gear.