Patton Oswalt “Lovecraft” 11″x17″ Poster Ltd. Ed. of 200 – PRE ORDER NOW

Patton Oswalt poster by Jon Krop

Patton Oswalt poster by Jon Krop

11″ x 17″ poster illustrated and designed by Jon Krop / Atomic Pop Monkey for Patton Oswalt’s upcoming Mar 2, 2019 show at the Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium in RI.

Posters are printed on a high quality 80lb. brilliant white, textured linen, 30% recycled stock paper by Pirate’s Press in California.

Posters will be shipped rolled inside poster tubes.

Limited edition run of 200.
Option of 100 posters available signed and numbered by the artist – Jon Krop.
(We are unable to provide posters for sale signed by Patton Oswalt.)

Posters in production now, and will be start shipping in early September 2018.

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Just launched a new site for my new client, Affetto Records!

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AFFETTO Recordings, LLC, Princeton, New Jersey, specializes in the classical music genre, ancient to modern, choral, instrumental, solo and ensemble, as well as organ. Established in 2004 by John C. Baker with a jazz release, the label was rekindled in 2014 to serve the plethora of artists from across the country and overseas, for which many albums were already recorded, seeking a label with the ability to release their music to a wider audience, and to that end joined the Naxos family of labels in 2015.

 

Visit Affetto Records

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Redd Kross – “Oh Canada!” Live CD Digipack

Here’s the last Summer of 2016 Redd Kross release I did the packaging design for …

OhCanada

OH CANADA HOT ISSUE VOL.2-SHOW WORLD TOUR LIVE!

Newly Remastered for CD
OH CANADA!
HOT ISSUE VOL. 2
SHOW WORLD AROUND THE WORLD TOUR.

In the great tradition of ALIVE (Kiss/Slade) and Live at Leeds.
Powerfully recorded by the Canadian government for your amazement.
Very cool gatefold digipak system.
The Last Redd Kross Release Of The Summer.
Limited Run-Redd Kross Fashion
‘Keeping It Rare’

TRACK LIST:
1. lady in the front row
2. switchblade sister
3. stoned
4.jimmy’s fantasy
5.mess around
6.annie’s gone

ACT 2: SILVER ODESSEY
7. (a) silver threads and golden needles
8. (b) follow the leader
9. (c) it’s in the sky
10. (d) huge wonder

*100 percent live-no cheating or overdubs-just wild energy with a sweat cocktail on the side!

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Music By Vice: REDD KROSS AND SIDE EYES REMIND US HOW BADASS THE GO-GO’S ACTUALLY WERE

Screen Shot 2016-07-28 at 1.17.07 AMSoCal alt-rock legends Redd Kross have been snarling around for more than three decades, and now they’ve teamed up with the next generation for a split 7 inch with The Side Eyes, a punk outfit headed up by Astrid McDonald, daughter of Redd Kross frontman Jeff McDonald. The two bands’ new collaboration, Songs That Chargo Taught Us (out July 29 via In the Red), features covers of tracks penned by Go-Go’s great Charlotte Caffey. Caffey, a.k.a. “Chargo,” just so happens to be Jeff’s wife and Astrid’s mother, and we bet you feel pretty bad about whatever lame gift you last gave your mom right about now.

The tracks were produced by Jeff’s borther, Steve McDonald (Redd Kross, OFF!) at the Whiskey Kitchen in LA, making the release an all-around (super talented) family affair. Side A features The Side Eyes’ cutthroat rendition of “Don’t Talk To Me,” originally performed by Caffey’s pre-Go-Go’s punk outfit, The Eyes. “It has always been one of my favorite songs that absolutely deserved a resurrection. I love its simplicity, power, and sheer angst,” Astrid says, describing the song Caffey wrote at roughly the same age she is now, 21. “We had been covering [it] before the concept of the split 7 inch was devised. It went over so well at every show we played it. It really felt like we had brought new life to such a cool song so we knew we had to see that through. We had originally recorded it with Steve without a clear intention of what we were going to do with it.”

On Side B, Redd Kross rips through the Go-Go’s classic “Screaming”, a track “Redd Kross felt like they had wanted to cover all of these years,” Astrid says. “My dad always asks my mom if she remembers seeing him, the 6’5″ green-haired teenager standing in the front row of [the Go-Go’s] early shows…Redd Kross decided it would be a great way to honor my mom’s songwriting and kickassness if they recorded a punk song of hers.”

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