Please Welcome ‘Awkward Age’ to the Chisel Records Family

We are super proud to let you know (if you didn’t already) that Chisel Records will be releasing the ridiculously great album “We Could be Anywhere” by Awkward Age on vinyl this Spring.

This album has been available digitally for a bit now but we can not wait to get hear these songs on vinyl.  We’ll come up with something special and exclusive for the vinyl edition and we’ll have more details in the weeks ahead.

Great records are those that your favourite song on it constantly changes.  This is definitely the case with “We Could be Anywhere”.  Right now that is “Fire Escape” for me.

Take a listen and throw these dudes some dough for their hard work.

They are also featured on the most recent Music She Blogged digital compilation that is 100% free and features tons of great music.

Want to Win a Fat Heaven 7″ Shipped to Your Door?

Three(3) names will be drawn!

Fat Heaven – s/t – 7″ – UPDATE

First of all, thanks to everyone that has preordered a copy of the Fat Heaven EP!  You have great taste in music and all of you are entered to win a super limited (/15) test pressing of the record.

As of now, things look to be on schedule or slightly behind schedule.  Test pressings have been approved a couple weeks back, so we should be expecting actual records in about two more weeks.

The digital version will be available on the 24th and if you ordered the physical 7″, a digital download code will be emailed to you on the 24th.

If you want a chance to win a test pressing of the record, preorder the record before the 24th!  One lucky preorderer will be selected at random.



Pressing info:

100 RED

100 BLUE


SaLe sAle SalE Sale! – fRee FrEe freE Free!

We have 4 upcoming Chisel releases to make room for, so please take advantage of this deal before I smarten up!  I’m guessing I’ll smarten up by Friday January 16th!

Here is a list of some great records for super cheap!


I’ll throw in a free record with every single order.  If it’s a big order, I’ll make sure it’s something really rad.

News / Thank Yous / Andrew’s Favourites of 2014

Thank you to everyone that made 2014 a great year.  That includes anyone that has ever told someone about Chisel, shopped here, Edmonton, Caffiends and Fat Heaven and all of the the other cool labels that have helped me get through 4 successful years in business!  I have some cool stuff up my sleeve for 2015 and can’t wait to share those things with you.  I can let you know about a few things though.

Here is what’s in store so far for early/mid 2015:

-Fat Heaven – s/t – 7″ will be released on February 23

-New band announcement in the next couple of weeks

-Mid to late 2015 we will celebrate 5 years in business and I’m going to plan a sweet show with rad bands and friends.

Andrew’s Favourite Records of 2014

2014 was a tough year for some personal reasons and these records helped me deal with a lot of shit. The number one slot goes to a record that I put out.  I debated leaving off Chisel releases but I just like that record too damn much.  It’s incredibly sad but also incredibly relatable.

1. Edmonton – Walk It Off

2. Restorations – LP3

3. Cayetana – Nervous Like Me

4. Dikembe – Mediumship

5. Cory Branan – The No-Hit Wonder

6. Single Mothers – Negative Qualities

7. Andrew Jackson Jihad – Christmas Island

8. Braid – No Coast

9. Joyce Manor – Never Hungover Again

10. Kittyhawk – Hello, Again

Fat Heaven – s/t EP QUICK UPDATE

-As of now, the masters have been sent to the pressing plant along with the art for the jackets.

-On Monday, you’ll be able to check  out the cover art for this amazing EP.  The whole package is going to look really nice and we will have 3 colours of vinyl to choose from.  (Well worth the $6.66 (CAD) price tag)

-Hopefully By Xmas, you’ll be able to preorder a song (“Night of the Dead” ) ahead of time and by Jan 13 it will be available for download/stream just about everywhere!

-We’ll have a firm release date real soon!  Most likely late February.

-Check out more details about this release by downloading the ONESHEET below!

Fat Heaven – s/t EP ONESHEET

Shipping is Now Just $5 in Canada until Dec. 12th

Yup, $5 flat rate shipping!

PS.  This will go up a dollar after every Friday going forward until we reach $11

$4 Flat-rate Shipping in Canada Until Friday December 5th!!

Thanks for all of your support over the 4 years of business!  Please take advantage of $4 shipping in Canada for as many records as your ears and wallet can take.


As most of you know, I will be in Gainesville, Fl for The Fest and won’t be shipping any records until Thursday November 6th.  If you are attending The Fest, I will have a table set up at registration so please come over and say “hello”.  I will have free buttons, stickers, beer/soda koozies, records and t-shirts (free w/ any record purchase).  Feel free to make purchases, I just won’t actually ship them until the 6th.  I will have some great new records to add to the store when I get back too!

I will have some Fat Heaven stickers to give away as well at The Fest!

Make sure to check out the Chisel Records bands that are playing The Fest!

Edmonton – 3:50 – Saturday – Durty Nellys

Caffiends – 9:40 – Saturday – Durty Nellys

New Chisel Records Artist: Fat Heaven

We are stoked to be working with Fat Heaven on their debut 7″ ep!  They are a super rad new rock and roll two-piece from New York City made up of Travis on guitar and Gayla on drums.

More info on this release will be coming out over the next few weeks and the release date will be late December/early January.  In the meantime listen to “Liar and a Thief” over and over again like I’ve been doing the last few weeks.  There are already been so many kind words written about Fat Heaven and I’ll post the links below, as well as their Facebook and Twitter.





“Listen to Fat Heaven’s debut single “Liar and a Thief” and get acquainted with the NYC duo that’s about to set the Rock N Roll world on fire”

“On “Liar and a Thief”, the guitar/drum tandem get ripped off by a tough love who makes off with not just their hearts, but searing solos and punk-surf harmonies.”

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