Kids Like You and Me aka KLYAM (pronounced clam), established on June 27, 2009, spread the good word about lesser-known international, national, and local music we dig and release records as KLYAM Records. We also present monthly rock ‘n roll shows in the Boston area in addition to our annual Rama Lama Ding Dong festival (featuring some of our favorite local groups) and occasional Mouth Is A Mouth Noise Fests (basement shows spotlighting a broad interpretation of ‘noise’).
If you’d like to send us your music, potentially be a part of one of our events, or talk about whatever, you can e-mail us at email@example.com, visit us on FB, Instagram @theklyam.
KLYAM Records Discography:
KLYAM-001: Fat Creeps self-titled 10″ EP
KLYAM-002: Nice Guys / Miami Doritos Splifft 7″
KLYAM-003: Back Pages – Singles 13′ Tape
KLYAM-004: Electric Street Queens – “Live From Your Dreams, We’re The Electric Street Queens” Tape
KLYAM-005: The Prefab Messiahs – “Keep Your Stupid Dreams Alive” 10″ EP/ Split release with Burger Records!
KLYAM-006: The Barbazons – “Avec Plaisir” Tape
KLYAM-007: G. Gordon Gritty – “Still Not a Musician” Tape Split with BUFU Records!
KLYAM-008: Future Spa – “Girl” CD Split with Bob Records
KLYAM-009: American Light Beer – A novel by James Coarse – Published with Free Witch.
KLYAM-010: Miracle Johan – “Green 17” tape
ALMOST ALL AVAILABLE HERE: http://www.klyamrecords.com/
KLYAM Records releases may be available at the following Boston area record stores: Deep Thoughts in Jamaica Plain, MA and Armageddon Records in Cambridge, MA.
“Read Kids Like You and Me! You will discover a straight up and purely awesome resource for sick bands and catchy jams both new and old with a gangsta lean to the kind of raw, nasty, garagey, punk, and weirdo side of rock and roll that our pages were founded on. These dudes truly know what is up with underground rock and roll today and they are generously dishing it out on a daily basis. KLYAM will turn you on in more ways than one, mostly with new releases, tour dates, videos, show listings and other nasty sassafras. For punk slime all the time visit http://www.klyam.com. Don’t forget to bookmark that shit, scratch it into your desk if need be. The Kids are there for you.” – Boston Compass
KLYAM is run by
Chris DeCarlo and Glen Maganzini