We were finally able to approve the test pressings for the vinyl version of Coma Cinema's latest album "Posthumous Release"! A good many of you know that we've been struggling with the pressing plant and pops and noises in the vinyl test pressings since May. Finally, we should have the finished products in our hands within two weeks, and we'll be able to start shipping these babies out to your mailboxes. Thank you all for your patience with us through this process. It's been a learning experience for us, and we are so grateful for your support for us and for Mat as we have slowly worked through it.
Posted on: Tue. Sep. 17 10:59AM

Tagged Bands: Coma Cinema

Welcome back to CASUAL FRIDAYS! Our weekly, one-microphone recording project.

We’ve been buddies with Chaz from Toro Y Moi since high-school and he’s always been a kind-hearted, hard working, talented dude. So we’re excited anytime we get to sit down and listen to him play songs. This one’s an old-oldie called “Normal Typica”. ENJOY!

and as usual, Jordan’s Casual Friday drawing…

Go see Toro Y Moi on their upcoming tour!

Posted on: Fri. Sep. 13 11:52AM

Welcome back to CASUAL FRIDAYS! Our weekly, one-microphone recording series!

This week we welcome Lunch Money to the one-microphone treatment! Lunch Money is one of the premiere "kids" bands and they are from right here in Columbia! They completely blur the lines between music for adults and music for children, and graciously allowed us to come to their house to record this new song, "Who Cooks For Y'all?", about an owl that owns an all-night diner in the woods. There's even a cameo by their son, Henry, as Mr. Owl. Have some fun and give it a listen!

Posted on: Fri. Sep. 6 6:30AM

I remember in high school whenever the band I was in played anywhere or got any write ups in the weekly, or met other "adult" bands it annoyed me whenever they remarked how young we were. When I was making things in high school, I just wanted to be held to the same standard as the other "grown up" bands in town. I'm assuming that same thing is true for Mybrother Mysister. I get the feeling Dylan is not just trying to make "good songs for a high schooler" but is trying to make "good songs."

Check out more Mybrother Mysister on their FACEBOOK!

Posted on: Thu. Aug. 29 8:36PM

INGRAINED from Dorian Warneck on Vimeo.

One of our dearest friends, Dorian Warneck (who just so happened to make Those Lavender Whales’ “Growth In Question” video), made a short documentary about Columbia skateboarding staple and all-around-super-dude, Larry Reaves. This video focuses on how skateboarding influences his woodworking, but he takes amazing photos as well. Take four minutes out of your day and have your heart warmed a little bit.
Posted on: Tue. Aug. 27 6:20AM

Phil Windsor spends a lot of time playing guitar in the band Sea Wolf Mutiny, but if you're lucky, you can occasionally catch him around town playing quiet and beautiful folk songs under the name Ghosts of the Great Highway. I also love it when a song can take you on a full journey and feel complete in two minutes or under. Even though this untitled jam clocks in at just over two, I think it still qualifies.

Make sure to listen to Ghosts of the Great Highways full fledged albums on his Bandcamp.

Posted on: Fri. Aug. 23 6:11AM