Entries Tagged ‘No Sleep Records’

Tim Barry tours with Northcote, Allison Weiss (2015)

Avail frontman turned folk singer TIm Barry put out his newest solo album, Lost & Rootless on The Bouncing Souls’ Chunksaah Records last year, and this year he’ll be going on an extensive tour in support of it. The tour includes a leg with Northcote and another punk singer/songwriter, the No Sleep-signed Allison Weiss. 3/19 [...]

Daisyhead share “East Bend” ready debut full-length

Nashville based rock foursome Daisyhead has premiered a new song called “East Bend” today at SubstreamMagazine.com. The song is featured on their forthcoming, debut full-length record, The Smallest Light, that’s due out on March 3 via No Sleep Records. The album is available for pre-order now at https://nosleeprecords.com/product/7501. Stream “East Bend” now at SubstreamMagazine.com: http://bit.ly/1zQT46B [...]

Seasons Change share video for “Valentine,” tour (2015)

Pop-punk newcomers Seasons Change have released a new video today for their song “Valentine” at Absolutepunk.net. The track is featured on the band’s upcoming, debut album, Please Don’t Leave, that’s due out on April 7 from No Sleep Records. Stream “Valentine” at Absolutepunk.net: http://bit.ly/1AwomVD Season Change’s follow up to “Clueless,” “Valentine,” is a heartfelt tribute [...]

Drug Church release EP, tour (2015)

Albany punk rock band Drug Church has released their critically heralded new EP, Swell, via No Sleep Records. Fans can pick up a copy now at iTunes and No Sleep’s online store and stream the record over at BrooklynVegan.com: http://bit.ly/1ETl0hV. Swell, a five song EP, was produced by Jawbox vocalist/guitarist J. Robbins (Against Me!, Murder [...]

Koji signs to No Sleep Records, tours with Bob Nanna (2015)

Huntington Beach independent label No Sleep Records has announced it has welcomed Koji to the label’s growing roster of musical acts. The prolific musician, artist and activist has a busy year ahead of him with an upcoming UK tour with Bob Nanna (Braid) and a new music due out later this year. They’ve collaborated in [...]

Aviator share “High Hopes,” tour (2015)

In anticipation for their tour and in celebration of their recent “AP Recommends” feature in the February issue of Alternative Press, Boston hardcore band Aviator has released a brand new, unreleased song today called “High Hopes” at AltPress.com. Stream “High Hopes” now at AltPress.com: http://bit.ly/1zFrsHX Aviator will be kicking off a tour with Our Lady [...]

Somos and Have Mercy prepare split for No Sleep Records, tour (2015)

Boston indie rock band Somos has premiered a new song titled “Streets Upon Streets” today at Noisey.com. The track is featured on the band’s upcoming split record with friends Have Mercy, which is due out from No Sleep Records on February 24. Fans can pre-order the split now at https://nosleeprecords.com/product/7496. Stream “Streets Upon Streets” now [...]

Anakin shares “Artificial”

San Diego’s rising alternative rock band Anakin is gearing up for the release of their new, full-length record, Celestial Frequency Shifter, on February 3, and in anticipation has premiered a new song called “Artificial” today at BrooklynVegan.com. The album is currently available for pre-order from No Sleep Records at http://nslp.co/anakinpo. Stream “Artificial” now, exclusively at [...]

Lee Corey Oswald tours with Kind Of Like Spitting, City On Film (2015)

Portland rock band Lee Corey Oswald has announced a spring tour with Kind Of Like Spitting and City On Film (feat. Bob Nanna from Braid) in support of their latest record, Regards, which is available now from No Sleep Records at iTunes and http://bit.ly/1gvJFt2. Stream Regards now at http://nosleepsampler.com/album/regards Follow the band now at https://www.facebook.com/LeeCoreyOswald [...]

No Sleep Records sign Somos, band tours (2014)

Huntington Beach based No Sleep Records is proud to welcome rising Boston based rock band Somos to the label’s growing family. After a few years building a solid audience in New England, Somos finally arrived on the scene with their debut album Temple of Plenty in early 2014. Described by Pitchfork “as no-frills and trend-averse [...]