Deep Elm: Punk

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The best Punk albums from Deep Elm's historic catalogue!

We've dug through Deep Elm's epic 200+ releases to find some of the best Punk albums from the legendary label's roster of bands and we'd like to digitally deliver them right into your music library.

Get a dozen amazing albums for just $15 from Deep Elm Records including seminal releases from Latterman, Small Arms Dealer, This Drama, Slowride,and Lock And Key!

The Breakdown Artists represented in this bundle take home 70% of your purchase!
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12 digital albums including:

Latterman We Are Still Alive
Latterman No Matter Where We Go..!
Latterman Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing
Small Arms Dealer Patron Saint Of Disappointment
Small Arms Dealer A Single Unifying Theory
Slowride As I Survive The Suicide Bomber
Slowride Building A Building
This Drama The Wasted Youth
This Drama Tarantula Mata
This Drama San Diego XIII
Lock And Key Pull Up The Floorboards
Lock And Key No Fate

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We Are Still Alive

"We Are Still Alive is just as anthemic, moving and sing-alongable as the band's prior records, if not moreso. If Deep Elm Records were smart, they'd package every copy of this album with a gigantic Latterman foam finger, because all you're gonna wanna do is point that shit high in the air every time you listen."
– Alternative Press

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  • 1. Water Manes At The Block's End
  • 2. Mumbled Words And Ridiculous Faces
  • 3. "I Decided Not To Do Them"
  • 4. If Batman Was Real, He Would Have Beaten The Crap Out Of My Friends
  • 5. Dr. Sudholt And His Double Glasses
  • 6. This Basement Gives Me A Fucking Headache
  • 7. We Work The Night Shift
  • 8. Goodmorning, Here Is Jan
  • 9. 'Dozer Rage
  • 10. Will This Be On The Test?
No Matter Where We Go...!

"Long Island's answer to Against Me!, Latterman play anthemic, energetic and politically charged four-chord punk rock that you can't help but sing (and smile) along with. No Matter Where We Go..! is instantly memorable and exhilarating. 4 out of 5."
– Alternative Press

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  • 1. My Bedroom Is Like For Artists, Part 2
  • 2. Doom! Doom! Doom!
  • 3. Yo, Get Into It
  • 4. This Project Is Stagnant (Get It Out Of My Face)
  • 5. Dear Boys
  • 6. An Ode To Jon Contra, Part 2
  • 7. Fear And Loathing On Long Island
  • 8. Video Games And Fantasy Novels Are Fucking Awesome
  • 9. Zombies Are Pissed
  • 10. We're Done For!
  • 11. I Wish Branca Was Here
  • 12. My Bedroom Is Like For Artists
Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing

"Combining socially conscious, ready-for-a-sing-along lyrics with straight-ahead 4/4 punk rock, the band are guaranteed to put a smile on the face of even the most jaded street-punker."

– Alternative Press

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  • 1. My Dreams About Not Sleeping Until 3pm
  • 2. He's a Good Sposato (I Love Ya Blue-Blue)
  • 3. There's Never A Reason Not To Party
  • 4. There's No Way "Punk Was Meant To Be Done" (You Clown Doctor)
  • 5. Too Many Emo Days
  • 6. Rebellion Vs. The Alarm Clock
  • 7. King Tough Is My New Idol
  • 8. 83% Off Your Self-Esteem
  • 9. The Biggest Sausage Party Ever
  • 10. For Someone So Easy Going, You Sure Wear Pants A Lot
Small Arms Dealer
Patron Saint of Disappointment

"If you imagine a combination of early Rise Against and Strike Anywhere, you may have some sense of the raw, melodically inclined punk rock spat out by Small Arms Dealer. The band shifts between raging, aggressive tracks railing against organized religion and the slower, thoughtful commentary on the human condition."
– Alternative Press

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  • 1. Fake Beard, Real Moustache
  • 2. Who Farted?
  • 3. Small Arms Dealer Makes Baby Jesus Cry
  • 4. Venkman, Burn In Hell
  • 5. Oh, My Stars And Martyrs!
  • 6. Ill Gotten Gains
  • 7. "...Whole Company's Countin' On Ya"
  • 8. Halved Dog Alive (For The Second Time)
  • 9. Harry Houdini Says No And Proves It
  • 10. Fuck You And The Cross You Rode In On
  • 11. Augie Doggy
  • 12. Is You Is Or Is You Ain't?
  • 13. Poltergeist! Poltergeist!
Small Arms Dealer
A Single Unifying Theory

"Small Arms Dealer plays straight fucking punk rock with no compromises. A Single Unifying Theory is a kick ass album that you won't regret buying."
– True Punk

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  • 1. A Fire In The Mine
  • 2. Pagansong
  • 3. The Small Arms Psalms Dealer Suite
  • 4. Tonight...On A Very Special Episode
  • 5. My Headlocks Are (Crazy)
  • 6. Your Sister's A Werewolf
  • 7. Perpendicular Cross-Talk
  • 8. Scumbagsville, CT
  • 9. Baby's Too High To Drive Tonight
  • 10. Galactus: Devourer Of Worlds
  • 11. What Would Bruce Campbell Do?
  • 12. Things Explode For No Reason
As I Survived The Suicide Bomber

"Slowride is catchy as hell. As I Survive The Suicide Bomber is the kind of record you play all summer long and then associate all kinds of crazy memories with it. The sound is poppy with punk guitars, a little like Leatherface minus the gruff vocals. A really great debut that you should check out."
– Shredding Paper

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  • 1. I'm Everything Without You
  • 2. Rockets And Jets
  • 3. Montana
  • 4. On Your Own
  • 5. Winter
  • 6. Computer
  • 7. Money
  • 8. Sorry For July
  • 9. I'm A Jenny Jones Zero
  • 10. Four Eyes
  • 11. Self-Improvement: Lesson One
Building A Building

"Slowride play mostly mid-tempo rock and roll on Building A Building that is infectious and has a country flair and a grungy attitude. It's solid rock that will absorb you by the second track. And while the music really hooks you, the vocals are equally strong, thrust forth over each track with precision and an anxious energy that adds to the overall feel."
– Impact Press

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  • 1. Solitary Man
  • 2. Smoke Cigarettes
  • 3. Panther 1
  • 4. Panther 4
  • 5. New And Entitled
  • 6. Sacrifice Vs. Apathy
  • 7. Panther 2
  • 8. Building A Building
  • 9. Track 13
  • 10. Will And Testament
  • 11. Quitting Again
  • 12. Just Do It
This Drama
The Wasted Youth

"This Drama is one of the finest examples of true patriotic hardcore-punk meets gigantic rock. On a stylistic level, it is clear that The Wasted Youth is an evolution towards a more nuanced sound from their Tarantula Mata EP."
– Mondo Sonoro

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  • 1. Take It (Leave It)
  • 2. Bleed Passion, Buy Fashion
  • 3. Black Cobra Snake
  • 4. When We Are Dead
  • 5. Smash It Up (Bonus Track)
This Drama
Tarantula Mata

"This Spanish band plays some lovely riffola. The songs themselves are dreadfully catchy and laden with hooks. And there's nothing wrong with that at all."
– Aiding & Abetting

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  • 1. Espera Miseria (Expect Misery)
  • 2. 127 La Brea
  • 3. El Baile De La Muerte (Death Dance)
  • 4. La Santera (The Witch)
  • 5. Five Years
  • 6. Seaside
  • 7. Hollywood Quema (Hollywood Burns)
This Drama
San Diego XIII

"Rock'n'roll, hardcore, adrenalin and spit glue this production, showing us the middlefinger. (9/10 - Disc of the Year)"
– Ox

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  • 1. Six Pack
  • 2. She Had A Knife!
  • 3. Panic Attack
  • 4. Hungry Eyes
  • 5. Fish Taco
  • 6. Car Crazy, Speed Crazy
  • 7. Monoloco Hot Pussy
  • 8. Strictly Dishonorable
  • 9. Born To Expire
  • 10. Tiger Meets Lion
Lock And Key
Pull Up The Floorboards

"On Pull Up The Floorboards from Lock And Key, burlap voices sing, scowl and celebrate; guitars - both shiny and rusty - serrate and soar; and the bassist knows when to hold back and when to explode."
– Alternative Press

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  • 1. Alchemy
  • 2. Process Of Molting
  • 3. 303
  • 4. Ammonia
  • 5. Volatile
  • 6. Albatross
  • 7. Cover The Tracks
  • 8. Beneath The Surface
  • 9. Winston Churchill
  • 10. Opening
Lock And Key
No Fate

"On No Fate, expect plenty of gruff vocals, ultra-melodic guitars and catchy choruses from Lock And Key, a Boston punk act whose sound is straight outta Gainesville. The band is energetic, dynamic and smart, and for fans of early Hot Water Music and Blank, you can't afford not to check out Lock And Key."

– Alternative Press

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  • 1. Independence Game
  • 2. 2nd Quarter Broken
  • 3. Clusterfuck
  • 4. Crutches
  • 5. Selective Memory
  • 6. Outsider
  • 7. Provocation