Tag Archives: Slumberland Records

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Watch the Mantles’ new video for “Memory” — it’s an awesome cheesy trip

Photo by David Armstrong The Mantles grow more “Paisley Underground” than ever with the release of their new video for “Memory”. Taken from their forthcoming 7″ single off Slumberland Records, “Memory” becomes even more catchy and campy with their happy-go-lucky new video. At first glance, I thought I was watching a Brady Bunch music video. […]

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Terry Malts – Nobody Realizes This Is Nowhere – Album Review

Bay Area trio Terry Malts are kickin’ out the jams with their sophomore album Nobody Realizes This Is Nowhere, which is set to be released on Slumberland Records on September 10. I highly suggest you set your calendar alerts now because they’re killing it once again! Terry Malts’ punk rock spirit and high energy is still […]

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Hot New Music: Wax Idols – Discipline & Desire – Album Review

Oakland four-piece Wax Idols are back with their sophomore album Discipline & Desire, released on Slumberland Records on March 26, 2013. Moving past the smorgasbord of punk filler off their first record, No Future (Hozac Records), they take the few post-punk highlights from it and run with them. This time around, the writing and recording […]

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Win Tickets to Wax Idols at Part Time Punks at the Echoplex – Mar. 31, 2013

Oakland’s post-punk upstarts Wax Idols headline Part Time Punks at the Echoplex on Sunday, March 31. The group’s sophomore album, Discipline & Desire, drops this month on Slumberland Records – be one of the first to hear the dark, new tunes live!  Supporting acts are Cold Showers, The Mallard, and Dream Boys. The night’s event starts at 10:00 […]

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Terry Malts – Killing Time – Album Review

San Francisco trio, Terry Malts, have killed it (in a good way!) with their debut album, Killing Time, released on February 21, 2012, on Slumberland Records. While only coming in at a total of 34 minutes, this album is a simple, yet spirited power punk record. Live like there’s no tomorrow-pogo party inducer! Terry Malts […]

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Spectrals – Bad Penny – Album Review

At first glance Louise Jones, aka Spectrals is a brassy-looking ginger who looks like he was plucked straight out of a J.K.Rowling story. His full baby face is soft and pubescent, and charming in a disarmingly fresh way. Equally enchanting and surprisingly romantic his debut full-length, Bad Penny — released on Slumberland Records is bewitching to say the […]

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Veronica Falls – Self-Titled Debut Album Review

The two lovely ladies and two lovely gents that make up London four piece Veronica Falls, just released their self titled debut album on Slumberland Records on September 20, 2011. This album has been out less than a month and it’s grown on me. It’s become addictive, even. To put it simply: this haunting, graceful, […]

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Emily Saex |
Gold-Bears “Are You Falling In Love” — Album Review

Gold-Bears’ debut album, Are You Falling In Love is a spazz-pop, indie-rock record splashed with some punk vocals. It musically speaks of young love, butterflies in your stomach and all that mushy crap when you’re falling for someone. Great for moments when you’re actually feeling these things—not so great when you’re not. With a name […]

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