Almost a decade after its original release, Are You A Dreamer? will be issued on vinyl. Count Your Lucky Stars and New Granada Records are celebrating a co-release of the album’s ten-year anniversary with its inaugural vinyl pressing, a limited release of black, oxblood, and sea blue vinyl, available July 24th. Originally released on July 26, 2005, Are You A Dreamer? sold more than 10,000 copies worldwide and has been licensed/released in Europe (Bad Taste Records), Australia (SPUNK!), and South … Read More
The “Brother Bones/Baby Bones” split, comprised of four new songs each, ranging from lush, full band arrangements to the quiet, intimate and beautiful. Fans of honest, real music will find a home with this record and will enjoy spending late night spins picking through its many layers. While PJ has kept quite the profile up doing 300+ shows a year, Brian has fronted arguably one of the best kept secrets in New Jersey music, New Brunswick’s Communipaw. Black Numbers – … Read More
Wavelets sling noodley guitar work faster than a coked-out Leo’s employee, delivering a sound that’s somewhere between a double-timed American Football and a more structured, somber Cap’n Jazz, with hints of Ghosts and Vodka, Make Believe, or Minus The Bear and nods to contemporaries like Snowing, Algernon Cadwallader, and Grown Ups. On the B-side, Senders delve into more aggressive and distorted territories while remaining firmly melodic, for a finished product that has been compared by roommates and weed buddies to … Read More
“We are genuinely stoked to announce the physical release of the second Attica! Attica! full length, “Napalm and Nitrogen”. Previously known as the singer for De La Hoya and Marathon, our good friend Aaron Scott has created an amazing acoustic career under the A!A! name. Napalm and Nitrogen has been available for a bit in the digital only format and we thought it only proper to give it a sweet vinyl release.
Limited to 500 and on 3 different colors, Napalm and Nitrogen is a must have for fans of good music. Following Aaron through his well publicized bike tour (Aaron toured the entire eastern seaboard on his bike playing shows along the way),his stints at the fest, or his recent help with the “Don’t Hang Out in Front of the House” compilation, A!A! is something that we’ve been huge fans of and are happy to be a part of.”