Wednesday, December 20, 2017


Greetings and salutations everybody!  We hope the holiday winter season is treating you well.  As 2017 draws to a close we'd like to reflect about our projects for the year as well as look forward to what may be in store for 2018!  While 2017 wasn't our most productive year as far as output we still managed to cross some big projects off the list.

In case you missed it's release earlier in the month, the NINTH volume of our annual Holiday Compilation is now available for your listening pleasure.  This volume consists of 16 wonderful holiday tracks from friends both old and new.  While this volume may not sport the highest number of tracks for one of our comps, we do believe this volume has the most tracks with the word christmas in the title.  None the less it is full of holiday seasonal goodness so please check it out and share it with friends!

After years of them only releasing a track or two at a time, in early September the world finally got the release of a full length from Please Exist!  This whopper of a record is 12 tracks long and has some killer illustration work by John T. Fisher.   Recorded, mixed and mastered by the great Joe Egan at Missile Silo Studios, this record really captures and displays Please Exist's big and heavy sound for your ears to fully enjoy.

 In addition to Please Exist's full length record they also recorded and released a sister EP to their 2013 release "Let Daytime Die".  This new EP entitled "Let The Nighttime Live" is 5 tracks long and packs a pretty mean punch.  Recorded by Bryan Kwasnik and mixed and mastered by Kevin Carafa the aggressiveness of this EP is on full display. If you missed it when it dropped over the summer then give it a whirl.

Well folks that's more or less it for 2017.  Although there wasn't a lot of releases there was in fact some pretty big and long awaited ones.  Here's to 2018 where we intend on crossing some long gestating projects/releases off the list, doing a new NotRock Comp (VOLUME 5!),  and hopefully a few other surprises.  Thank you all for the love an support we've received this year! Have a happy and safe holiday everybody.  See you in 2018!  Until then be kind, be happy, and take care!
- J.T.F.


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