Entries Tagged ‘Topshelf Records’

Slingshot Dakota shares “Paycheck,” tours (2016)

Slingshot Dakota has announced a full North American tour in support of their forthcoming album, Break, out March 11 on Topshelf Records. The Bethlehem, PA two-piece kicks off the tour at SXSW in Austin, TX. More information & ticketing links here: http://tpshlf.co/sdustour. Listen to Break‘s lead single, “Paycheck” here: SLINGSHOT DAKOTA TOUR DATES 03.05.16 – Washington, DC [...]

Enemies to tour with Prawn, Weatherbox (2016)

Enemies (Kilcoole, Ireland), Prawn (Ridgewood, NJ), and Weatherbox (San Diego, CA) will join forces for a Spring 2016 tour kicking off in Austin, TX at the SXSW Music Festival. Tickets are now on sale in select markets: http://www.topshelfrecords.com/spring2016tour For Enemies, this tour marks the Irish band’s first North American performances since October 2013. They will follow up their [...]

Frameworks share stream of new EP, tour (2016)

On February 5, Gainesville, FL’s Frameworks will release Time Spent, the band’s first new material since 2014′s massive Loom LP. Listen to the full EP in advance of its February release date here: https://soundcloud.com/topshelfrecords/sets/frameworks-time-spent/ Frameworks first gained notice with their early 2013 Small Victories EP on 13th Floor Records. A split release with Kittyhawk, Prawn and Droughts later [...]

Frameworks to tour with Donovan Wolfington

Topshelf Records artists Frameworks (Gainesville, FL) and Donovan Wolfington (New Orleans, LA) will embark on a Spring co-headline tour throughout the Midwest and East Coast. Tickets go on sale Friday Jan 8 @ 12pm EST. Frameworks will release Time Spent, a new two song EP recorded at Glow In The Dark Studios with Matt McClellan on February [...]

Frameworks ready EP, tour (2016)

Formed in Gainesville in 2011, Frameworks first gained notice with their early 2013 Small Victories EP on 13th Floor Records.  A split release with Kittyhawk, Prawn and Droughts later that year drew more attention to the band who somehow manage to create music that exists where Explosions in the Sky and Envy meet. In 2014, [...]

Wildhoney share video for “Seventeen,” tour (2016)

Forming in late 2011, Wildhoney set out to write pop songs with the energy and malcontent of hardcore punk, but without its entrenched masculinity — drawing influences from ‘60s girl groups, ‘80s post punk, indie pop, and shoegaze. The five-piece has since become one of the loudest — and sweetest — bands in its hometown [...]

Ratboys announce tour dates (2015)

Hailing from Chicago and its South Suburbs, the members of Ratboys have no qualms scurrying through the streets to meet up and make music. What started out as a spacey, acoustic two-piece playing secret shows in dorm rooms, has morphed into a post-country foursome that simply cannot deny the power of rodent rock. They recorded [...]

The Saddest Landscape play shows in support of new LP

Topshelf Records is set to release a new LP from The Saddest Landscape this month. Darkness Forgives is officially out on October 23 and is now available for Pre-Order. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp. The LP is proceeded by the Souls Worth Saving 7″ containing one album track and one non-album track. The 7″ is sold [...]

Topshelf Records signs CLIQUE

Topshelf Records has signed Philadelphia’s CLIQUE to the label. Releasing their self-titled debut last year and playing alongside Modern Baseball, Sorority Noise, Hop Along, and Spraynard, CLIQUE will return to The Headroom, the studio owned by Joe Reinhart (Algernon Cadwallader, Hop Along) and Kyle Pulley (Dangerous Ponies, Thin Lips) in November to record their TBA sophomore [...]

Weatherbox premiere alternate version of “They’re Ready For Us To Come Home”

Weatherbox is premiering a never-before-released alternate version of their song, “They’re Ready For Us To Come Home.” on Noisey. The track appears on Topshelf Records upcoming reissue of the band’s classic 2009 LP The Cosmic Drama (vinyl/digital/CD) on September 18. Pre-orders are now available here. Singer/songwriter Brian Warren tells Noisey, “That song was always intended [...]