KBD Records featured in Village Voice

village_voice.jpgTwo weeks ago I did an interview for Village Voice. Flashy ehhh. It was published yeasterday. What puzzles me is how the hell Tod from 7inchpunk.com manage to sell a copy of the Urban Waste 7″ for $450. Poor bastard when he’ll find out he could saved a couple of hundred bucks. Nice to see that they got hold Tod Born for some commenting about his old band Monad beeing posted here. Anyway click here to read the article: KBD Records in Village Voice.

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19,170 Responses to KBD Records featured in Village Voice

  1. Degenerateen says:

    Yeah! I just read that article after doing a Google News search for ‘punk’ and after reading it clicked the link to see what was new here. Congrats.

  2. E. says:

    One step further in Peter’s musical world domination!

  3. Tony says:

    Nice that you were mentioned in the article! But doesn’t a mention in this article to a larger, “mainstrem” audience make it possible that some angry old band members will come snooping around to the mp3 blogs and try to sue and/or shut sites down for “illegally posting copyrighted music” (or however they could phrase it)? And therefore basically ruin all the fun with all the mp3 blogs out there? I am just thinking of the lawsuit against Chuck Warner and his Hyped2Death comps by an angry old member 3 years ago (who also happened to now be a lawyer). I guess in Chuck’s case he was selling an actual CD for money and in the case of the blogs no money is being made. Just a concern, because I love all the mp3 blogs out there and don’t want to see them disappear. Maybe I’m just paranoid because I’m in my mid-30’s now. Plus I live in the lawsuit-happy United States where people sue for everything, like the person who sued McDonald’s for making them fat a few years ago.

  4. E. says:

    .. and that for sure would mean death to false blogs!

  5. YoYoPunk says:

    Nice uh… ad you got on there on that picture.

  6. mikael says:

    Where can I find that Manson Youth’s “Penis Mind” that is mentioned!?

  7. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    It’s on the “Noise From Nowhere” 7inch comp.

  8. mikael says:

    Yeah, but it’s not on any blog I could find.
    Its not even mentionen on the whole net.

  9. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    It is. All you have to do is to search ;). Have you visited all the blogs linked on the left?

  10. jon says:

    Nice article! You have 3000 singles? Damn!

  11. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Note: we’re two people posting here. It’s me then it’s the TV Eye // Drummer. He post when he can and have the time. So I’m not the sole creator of this site.

    About the amount of 7inhces. There’s people out there with loads of more records. Too bad they will never see the light on some of these blogs.

    Jason who did the article asked how many records I got and he got an answer. It’s not too brag. Many times it’s just a pain in the ass to drag these pieces of plastic around.

  12. E. says:

    I once helped a guy moving his shit around who had more than 30’000 LPs. I tell you – THAT was a drag!

  13. Johan says:

    and I thought it was a drag moving my stuff and I only had like 5 crates. and like 300 singles. (and like 50 cd-s ha ha)

  14. Eric says:

    Mikael… I have the Noise from Nowhere comp with the Manson Youth track. The messed me URL, but it’s all good. Thought I had a lot of crap to lug around until I read about Peter’s collection – it put’s mine to shame in terms of quantity, and from the evidence hear, quality. Cheers!

  15. “One Kiss” by Monad; @ 1980; Made me wanna Holler & Throw up both my hands! Monad, RED, MIssion Of Burma, The Maps and Hymie & Glinda=Our favorite Art/Punk bands of 1979-1980 Boston music scene=”No Surfin’ In Dorchester Bay!”..by MacKew!

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