Tuesday, May 6, 2014

SECRET PHOTOS full length "Layers" now available

Secret Photos' first full-length album, Layers, is now available for streaming and purchase at our Bandcamp. The album is available in digital (MP3) format and limited physical copies are available in CD as well. CDs come in a slim pocket package beautifully designed by Jess Rees. You can also catch Secret Photos at an upcoming show with We Are Fauna at Milkboy in Philly on Friday, June 6.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Trinitron's A Quiet Echo: Re-mastered

For the new year, we are offering free downloads of a newly remastered version of Trinitron's A Quiet Echo, originally released in 2011. This fresher piece of ear candy brought to you courtesy of the audio handicraft of HOLY TAPES.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Pre-order a copy of REAL GOOD's "A Boy Named Good"

300 copies of Real Good's debut LP, A Boy Named Good, is currently on its way across the North American continent via Federal Express to our doorstep in New Jersey. Please treat your ears to the album, which is streaming in its entirety on our Bandcamp. While you're at it, get in early dibs on a copy of the LP, which will ship out soon after their arrival. LPs come with a free digital download of the album, as well as homemade zines including lyrics and essays by John and Josh of the band. Real Good is also currently planning record release shows at the following locations and dates (detailed information to follow): Sep 28 / New Brunswick NJ Oct 11 / Brooklyn NY Oct 12 / Jersey City NJ Word in.

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

How Will We Cross the Seas? film soundtrack now available!

The entire soundtrack for How Will We Cross the Seas? is now streaming on our Bandcamp. For those of you who are unable to attend our screening events in Brooklyn, Philly, or New Brunswick, you can order a copy of the mix tape from us at our Bandcamp as well. This mix tape package includes free digital downloads of both the soundtrack and the film itself.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

"How Will We Cross the Seas?" film screening dates

We are very excited to announce our involvement with filmmaker Shaun Seneviratne and the release of his film and film soundtrack for How Will We Cross the Seas?. The 16mm short film, which has already taken awards at the Zero Film Festival, will be screened at select events on May 2 through May 4, in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, and New Brunswick.

In the spirit of the film's DIY aesthetic, Seneviratne has collaborated with local artists and musicians to produce a film score and soundtrack, which we will be releasing as a "mix tape" cassette at these events. Artists involved with the project will be performing at these screening events as well, which will host a variety of media, from live band performances to visual art and spoken word. We encourage you to check out the details for these events at the links to Facebook below...

May 2 @ Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn NY w/ live band performances by Communipaw and Real Good and poetry readings by Keith J. Varadi and Jacob Pastrovich.

May 3 @ 161 West, Philadelphia PA w/ live band performances by We Are Fauna, Real Good, and ex wife and visual art by Edward McGrath and others.

May 4 @ Alfa Art Gallery, New Brunswick NJ included in the Omega Sound Fix Electronic and Experimental Music and Art Festival

We hope to share more details soon about how you can acquire the mix tape from us through mail order, if you cannot attend one of these events.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Happy 2013!

Wishing you all a bounty of happiness and health in the new year! We've got at least four new releases cooking up for 2013, which should be served on a range of formats. This includes full length records from the bands Secret Photos and Real Good, as well as a soundtrack for the film How Will We Cross the Seas?, in addition to others. We are also discussing travel plans for Berlin's mOck to embark to the U.S. for a string of performances. We haven't made any new year's resolutions, but we certainly have plans! All the best to you and yours.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Our Official Website - Now Live!

We've spent some days in research & development, with our lab coats and safety goggles on. And finally, we are pleased to roll out this specimen known as the label's official website! It should serve as a one-stop shop for most things related to the label and will be sure to continue improving over time. Oh, it's easy to remember the address too. We encourage you to check it out and poke around.