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Open Door Records (USA)

Single (7")

ODR 14
 OPEN DOOR
ASAU/GRAVEMIND - SPLIT
Split release between Southern California metalcore/melodic hardcore band A Shark Among Us also known as ASAU and Gravemind, a melodic hardcore band from Crystal Lake, IL. Both bands bring a range of emotions to the table and are exemplified in this split effort. Sonically the bands harness a heavy hardcore sound while not sacrificing melodies.


TRACKLISTING:  01. GRAVEMIND - CLOCKWORK 02. GRAVEMIND - NOTHING WHAT YOU USED TO BE 03. A SHARK AMONG US - SINKING 04. A SHARK AMONG US - VIVID
7"
Hard Core
02/23/2015
   4.00
              USD
ODR 30
 OPEN DOOR
JUST FRIENDS/PRINCE DADDY & THE HYENA - SPLIT
Features an original track and a Weezer cover song from each band! At first Just Friends may look like a bunch of dumb Californians with bleached hair who wear short shorts and Oakland Raiders gear, (which is true), but they bring the straight FUNK to every track. Hailing from Dublin/Pleasanton, California Just Friends arent just a band, they are an experience. They are an ultra high energy sing along equipped with hugs and strange dance moves and you'll leave feeling as if you're a part of a new family. After surviving a cataclysmic event in Upstate New York, Prince Daddy & The Hyena formed an uncanny alliance in which they smoke bud and perform rad tunes for you!


TRACKLISTING:  01. JUST FRIENDS - SAD 2 SEE 02. JUST FRIENDS - THE GOOD LIFE (WEEZER COVER) 03. PRINCE DADDY & THE HYENA - MOO MOO MEADOWS 04. PRINCE DADDY & THE HYENA - DEVOTION (WEEZER COVER)
7"
Punk
10/21/2016
   4.50
              USD
ODR 6
 OPEN DOOR
KAROSHI BOY - NOTHING IS
There's a time and a place for whiny emo boys crooning their cheesy poetic lines but sometimes it's just a bit too much, and quite frankly the scene surely has enough of that already. Karoshi boy is anything but whiny. It's like the angst and energy of traditional punk met the thoughtfulness and delicacy of emo lyrics and had a beautiful, beautiful baby boy. Karoshi Boy. You can think about existence while still wanting that fun, fast, and fuzzy sound. Lucky for us though, in one single EP, their only release, they do more than just fast and fuzzy.


TRACKLISTING:  01. BOOMERANG 02. SPACE NEEDLE 03. CONFIDENCE 04. EYES LIKE SPONGES 05. ANACRIME 06. SOMETHING TO CRY ABOUT
7"
Punk
03/11/2014
   4.00
              USD

Maxi Single (12")

ODR 27
 OPEN DOOR
SAVE FACE - FOLLY
Tyler Povanda and Christopher Flannery might not be Jersey's best dancers, but together, they are certainly one of New Jersey's best up and coming indie/punk bands today. As Save Face, the duo has toured consistently up and down the east coast or the past few years along with releasing a handful of splits, most notably with My Heart, My Anchor. On Folly, Save Face takes their art to the pinnacle of the band's current evolution. Mixing in smart, rollicking leads with intense vocal hooks that demand your attention. Akin to New Jersey scene godfathers Save The Day, Save Face take on personal examination to another level as Povada goes on to say that "Folly is meant to personify the way in which we derive our self-worth from anything but ones self. These songs are an examination of a breakdown in communication, both internally and externally.


TRACKLISTING:  01. PREOCCUPIED 02. DITCHED 03. BRAIN 04. OVERDUE 05. BACKSEAT 06. FOLLY
12"
Punk
07/08/2016
  11.00
              USD

LP (Album)

ODR 17
 OPEN DOOR
JUST FRIENDS - ROCK 2 THE RHYTHM
Just Friends' newest LP Rock 2 the Rhythm is easy to listen to, but harder to classify. Combining the brevity of a typical Joyce Manor record with the unabashed personality of Reel Big Fish, the Pleasanton, California septet falls somewhere between pop punk and ska without pledging full allegiance to either genre. The album is filled with big, brassy horn interludes and guitar melodies with pop punk sensibilities. Sam Kless' raspy, passionate vocals sound uncomfortable at first, but they make sense in the context of the rest of the album. Just Friends make music that is probably best enjoyed shouted in a cramped basement filled with kids unearthing dance moves typically reserved for a Streetlight Manifesto show. The music will conjure nostalgia for those who grew up playing Tony Hawks' line of Pro Skater video games.


TRACKLISTING:  01. SHOTS FIRED 02. RYERSON 03. WELCOME MATS 04. MOVE 2 MIAMI 05. BAD WEATHER II 06. GRADUATE 07. PAINT 08. NORMAL ME 09. HOME FOREVER 10. DUBLIN CALIFORNIA
LP
Punk
08/11/2015
   8.50
              USD
ODR 7
 OPEN DOOR
PILLOW TALK - RECREATIONAL FEELINGS
Recalling Balance and Composure's remarkable 2013 LP, The Things We Think Were Missing, Pillow Talk does their languid emo with a dreamy gothicism that layers wiry, Sunny Day Real Estate-esque tension with a moodiness evocative of The Smiths or My Bloody Valentine. Melodies are delivered in syrupy low tenors and baritones, adding to the slowly unfolding aura of fog that is the EP's defining trait. The band lists three singers, and the way track after track utilizes those voices, as ever-shifting strata, gloaming beneath those carefully sharpened guitars, is gorgeous. Recreational Feelings is a brief but excellent interlude of gossamer-hardcore tone poems, a gentle tour de force from a band you ought to keep in mind.


TRACKLISTING:  01. THINKING OF YOU 02. NEVER MADE IT HOME 03. CAUGHT UP 04. SELFLESS 05. SARA ST. 06. HIDE YOUR SMILE
LP
Punk
04/30/2014
   7.00
              USD