Overground Records releases punk rock, anarcho punk, proto punk and other interesting reissues, and the occasional new release by bands we’ve previously reissued.
Overground Records started in 1988 inspired to reissue a few punk rock classics. The first few releases were limited edition vinyl pressings, but with the advent of compact discs we started manufacturing CDs, but most releases have reverted back to vinyl. Much of the catalogue is also available for download.
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Out on 6th May but available to order now is Steve Ignorant’s Slice of Life Live At The Forum 2015, it’s a one-off vinyl LP pressing limited to 300 copies and includes four songs yet to be recorded in the studio.
Available now and selling really well is The Cravats ‘Jingo Bells’ 7″, their first new material for 31 years. It’s limited to 475 copies with a hand numbered insert. There aren’t many left, if you want one, don’t hang around!!
Previous release was the much requested vinyl version of The Jerks Jerk Off. The band supplied new artwork and updated the band’s history on a rather nice 12″ x 12″ card insert. Limited to just 500 copies.
Jerk Off LP
Artist: The Jerks
All three singles and nine unreleased tracks from the late 1970s. New artwork and full-colour 12” x 12” card insert with detailed band history.
Artist: The Cravats
First new material in 31 years. Two track 7" with numbered insert, limited to 475.
Live at the Forum 2015
Artist: Steve Ignorant's Slice of Life
One-off pressing of 300 from their Sleaford Mods support slot. Includes four tracks yet to be recorded in the studio.