Today is a fun day for us to share the news that Daniel B. Lynch (aka Sunglow, aka Dawn Lipschitz of The Lipschitz, and many other fantastic bands) is releasing his debut album as Bummerville with our dear dear friends GRAVEFACE RECORDS!
Bill at hissing lawns was kind enough to do a blog-blast of all things furhoof!
•Furious Hoops Vol. 01 gets the tape treatment for Cassette Store Day this Saturday. Check out the new video from Gnaw Rains' contribution... and learn about sportsmanship.
•Unfortunately, our other CSD release STAY RAD SAV has ben postponed, but it's still coming. More info on that soon.
•New Heavy Boots music video for "So Long" off of new Triathalon-collaboration album Sister Lives.
•AND we'll have a table at Graveface Records & Curiosities Friday, for their 4th anniversary block party. 6pm, stop bye... we'll have stuff! Consider it a pre-game to their all-day (and night) Graveface Fright Fest on Saturday which you should also attend. Buy tickets below.
"Sister Lives sounds like a late summer dream that makes its way into autumn when everything cools off and slows down giving your mind a room to ponder and reflect."
—Independent Music News
Wake the Deaf premiered the new music video from Heavy Boots' latest EP Sister Lives. "So Long" was shot & directed by Triathalon's Chad Chilton, along with help from Rachael Perisho and Maria Gelsomini in Savannah, GA.
"...an unparalleled kind of accessibility, like we’ve stayed up all night talking on the porch with Hines and he’s picking up his guitar just as the sun comes up."
Bedroom sat down with Interview Magazine to discuss the life of Bedroom and the meanings behind the 2nd single "Nothing Lasts" they premiered and named "Track of the Week." We also announced that you can now pre-order Bedroom's new record Grow on limited edition white vinyl and/or cassette; all hand-stamped & numbered.
Prefix Mag just premiered the new single “No, Seriously” from Taylor Noll, aka Hallucinex. His debut EP comes out on Furious Hooves October 8th via Furious Hooves on limited tape/cd.
…he illustrates a dreamy scene with multi-tracked guitars that bounce off of each other seamlessly and lead the track down a wonderous path. With a relaxed, fitting rhythm, this ethereal scene painted is sure to dazzle.
For more from the premiere and a stream of the single: click here.
Man Eating Sloth is producer Gabe McFarland; a native Virginian and a longtime bedroom producer, he’s currently studying at Radford University. Considering that he’s chosen to name his first proper release Schitzengigz, I’m confident that Radford is in good hands. Having said that, Schitzengigz justifies itself in more than one ways. Constructed almost entirely out of sounds manipulated from samples or made from scratch, McFarland layers elaborate looped rhythms over synths, deliberately cultivating what he calls a “jungle on the moon” vibe. It comes via Virginian label and DIY arts collective Furious Hooves, who specialize in handmade and limited edition releases - by way of illustration, their tumblr documents how they homemade a stamp for the label’s logo by whittling a pair of rubber hoof prints and encircling them with ink pressed by a roller skate wheel. Good people!
Download Schitzengigz from the Furious Hooves bandcamp.