This Day and Age recently released Always Leave the Ground on vinyl through American Dream Records. Since the stellar album came out way back in 2004, originally on One Eleven Records, we've partnered up with the band and label to bring you a full stream of the record to refresh your memory. Check out the stream on the band's AP.net Profile and if you like what you hear, it's available to order now. Reminisce about the album in the replies, or if you're just hearing it for the first time, leave your thoughts.
If you were reading the TOYPAJvinyl thread yesterday, you may have seen parts of a side conversation about American Dream Records' and the Ace Ender's vinyl release. Joe, the label owner, talked to Modern-Vinyl in more detail about what happened. A relevant excerpt can be found below.
Joe of American Dream Records has two extra tickets to the Max Bemis and Sherri DuPree show on December 9th at the Masquerade in Atlanta, and he wants to give them away. Now, you may be asking yourself how to win tickets to such an amazing show and it's very simple. Just post in this very thread why you deserve them. Joe and I will select the winners. Good luck.
American Dream Records will launch the preorder for The Graduate's Anhedonia at 10 p.m. EST. If you order Anhedonia and Only Every Time at the same time, you'll get 10% off your order with the code "GRADUATEBUNDLE" at checkout. The 180-gram black vinyl option includes some pretty cool swag, check out all the details here.
American Dream Records will be releasing The Graduate's debut album, Anhedonia, on vinyl, as well as Lakes' The Agreement, and Ace Enders' upcoming new album Gold Rush. Specific dates will be announced soon. In the mean time, you can follow the label on Twitter here.
Two of our very own AbsolutePunk.net members have started up their own record label, and you can read the story behind that here. Oh, and their first release? A vinyl pressing of The Graduate's Only Every Time.