Entries Tagged ‘Polyvinyl Records’

Beach Slang shares cover of The Adverts’ “Bored Teenagers”

Hot on the heels of sophomore full-length, A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings, Beach Slang returns with the second installment of its covers mixtape series. The five tracks will be available on February 10 via Polyvinyl Records. The mixtape features five songs originally by The Jesus & Mary Chain, The Adverts, The Modern Lovers, Tommy [...]

American Football ready LP for Polyvinyl, share “I’ve Been So Lost For So Long”

On October 21 Polyvinyl Records will release American Football. The new self-titled sophomore album from the celebrated band comes seventeen years after their debut. The first single “I’ve Been So Lost For So Long” is available to hear now on SoundCloud, and on all DSPs tomorrow, August 24th. The band will play a series of [...]

Owen readies LP for Polyvinyl Records

Polyvinyl Records and Owen announced the July 29 release of The King of Whys, the forthcoming record from acclaimed musician and songwriter Mike Kinsella. Produced by S. Carey over 18 days last winter at April Base Studios in Eau Claire, WI, the album is Owen’s most inspired and evocative thus far, interpolating a group dynamic [...]

White Reaper tours with PANGEA (2015), shares video for “Make Me Wanna Die”

White Reaper just launched a U.S. tour opening for together PANGEA and today shares the video for “Make Me Wanna Die” via The Needle Drop. Watch as the Grim Reaper (aka White Reaper) character quits his day job and goes on a bender / many misadventures. Here is the video, directed by Matt Fulks. 11/13 [...]

Beach Slang share video for “Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas,” tour (2015, 2016)

Beach Slang’s highly anticipated debut album The Things We Do To Find People Like Us was released on October 30th via Polyvinyl Records to enthusiasm from both critics and fans alike, becoming the fastest selling pre-order in the label’s history. Spin‘s in-depth feature on the band gets to the heart of why the album is connecting, [...]

Beach Slang stream The Things We Do To Find People Like Us, tour (2015, 2016)

Beach Slang’s highly anticipated debut album The Things We Do To Find People Like Us is being released on October 30 on Polyvinyl Records.  The album is now streaming via NPR‘s “First Listen” and they said that with this debut the band are “creating earnest rallying cries for the uncool, for anyone who’s ever felt [...]

Beach Slang cover Dramarama, tour (2015, 2016)

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang’s highly anticipated debut album, The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us, will be out October 30th on Polyvinyl Records, but before that the band has created a limited edition red mixtape for Cassette Store Day on October 17th.  The cassette, titled Here, I Made This For You, features covers [...]

Beach Slang share “Young & Alive,” tour (2015, 2016)

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang recently announced a headlining tour through North America, the UK, and Europe in support of their hotly anticipated debut album The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us, out October 30 on Polyvinyl Records. Today, they’ve shared another track off the highly anticipated album, “Young & Alive,” premiering at Stereogum. “The track [...]

You Indie Feature: Photos of Braid from The Wrecking Ball, Atlanta, Georgia, August 8, 2015

In 2014 seminal ’90s indie-rock band Braid released their first LP in 16 years titled No Coast (Produced by Will Yip). No Coast, an album that was deemed “a blueprint for the elder statespersons of emo returning to the fold” by All Songs Considered, contains 12 of the most technically and lyrically creative songs ever [...]

Beach Slang announces headlining tour dates (2015)

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang have announced a headlining tour through North America, the UK, and Europe in support of their hotly anticipated debut album The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us, out October 30 on Polyvinyl Records. Following festival appearances at Denver and Chicago’s Riot Fest and Cincinnati’s MidPoint Music Festival and support dates with [...]