No Sleep Records has signed Lee Corey Oswald. The band is currently finishing their new album, which is expected out later this year.
“We've always been huge fans of what No Sleep is doing in terms of reinstating originality to the music scene,” adds the band’s Lee Ellis. “Their roster is awesome and we're beyond stoked to work with them on this release. Fans can expect 90’s esque indie punk numbers along the lines of Weezer and Knapsack as well as more stripped down acoustic jams in the vein of what our older stuff sounds like but more focused.”
Rescuer will release their sophomore album, Anxiety Answering, on June 3rd via No Sleep Records. It was recorded with Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Joyce Manor). Check out a new song called "Out of Focus" on Brooklyn Vegan, featuring Andy from Frameworks and Madeline Nicholl. If you like what you hear, you can pre-order it.
“Out of Focus” is about growing apart from the people that you grew up with,” Marra adds. “My favorite thing about this song is that our friends Andy (of Frameworks) and Madeline Nicholl drove down from their wedding in Seattle and recorded some vocal parts on this song. It's like our weird wedding gift to them.”
No Sleep Records is currently seeking interns to assist us at our Huntington Beach office. We are looking for interns who are positive, self-motivated, punctual, and team players. Multitasking, good problem solver, a sense of humor, and a willingness to learn in a fast paced, growing environment, are key to this position. Experience with photoshop, html, Microsoft Office, and proficiency with Apple products is a huge plus, as is any previous warehouse experience. This is an unpaid position and applicants must be 18 years of age or older, live in the Orange County area, and have a reliable form of transportation. To apply, please email your...
Watch Grey Gordon's new video for “500 Miles” at Noisey. The video was directed by Joshua Ihrie.
"I'm really happy with how this came together,” says Gordon. “The whole idea was hatched and executed within the span of the week. We wanted to do something simple as opposed to overly conceptual. “500 Miles” is a song about coming home, so we thought it would be fitting to keep with that theme and highlight aspects of my day to day life in Indiana. Not included is the 6 hours a night I spend watching Batman the Animated Series and listening to Gucci Mane."
Allison Weiss has launched a tour shop, offering a creative way for fans to receive a unique item from the road.
For a small band, tour is necessary, tour is life, and tour is expensive. In 2011, I started what would later become Tour Shop with the hope of making a little extra gas money, but it became more than that. I wanted to offer something special to those who cared enough to keep me going. Each Tour Shop support level includes all previous levels, and everything is packed and shipped by yours truly. Everything is personal, everything is unique. This year I'll be collecting postcards, taking photos, hunting down souvenirs, and curating a poster series. Help put a little gas in my...
No Sleep Records will re-release ‘68’s debut EP, Midnight, on April 1st. This is Josh Scogin's new band. You can stream the EP and pre-order the 7” vinyl. The EP was originally released on 7” vinyl in December via VelvetPress - it sold out in less than a day.
1. Three Is A Crowd
2. Third Time Is A Charm
01. Allison Weiss - Sounds Like Snow
02. Daisyhead - O Holy Night
03. Grey Gordon - Colors of Youth
04. Maps for Travelers - War is Over
05. Sean Nelson (of Harvey Danger) - Work on Christmas
06. State Faults - Mookie’s Last Christmas
07. Whats Eating Gilbert - My Favorite Time
In honor of Cyber Monday, No Sleep Records is giving 75% off all their digital releases on BandCamp with code CYBER13. That means Balance & Composure's The Things We Think We're Missing is $1.75, Sainthood Reps' Headswell is $1.25, and all the other goodness No Sleep releases for just about the same. Go give a great label your money.
Rock photographer Ryan Russell, perhaps known best around these parts as the creator of Nervous Energies, previously announced that he would be releasing a photo book titled Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham via No Sleep Records. The label has announced a February 11th release date for the book, which will also include a bonus 7-inch; the bands on the 7" have not yet been announced.
Allison Weiss will release Say What You Mean (Sideways Sessions), an acoustic/alternate version of her most recent effort, on November 26 via No Sleep Records. Listen to the new rendition of "One Way Love" on Alt Press.