It’s a 7″ split from Truman Peyote and Attached Hands. The album comes in your choice of gold, clear, or purple marbled vinyl copies!
The record comes with a free FLAC digital download and it includes a bonus track from Truman Peyote that we really really love.
Get yourself this record today, you totally deserve it.
Track Listing -
Truman Peyote -
Turn Into Feathers (w/ Emily Reo)
Attached Hands -
Sun Glass Heavy Mountain
1991 is fun lofi punk rock awesomeness from Orlando and we are so excited to release this tape. The album was recorded by Darin Hughes of Happy Valley.
Yah so it looks pretty sweet from the outside…but then, then you open it and inside is this clear tape with beautiful red text in a classy plastic shell and fully loaded with 1/4″ tape oozing with audio goodness. Bask in the total fucking freedom of central Florida.
And it comes with a free digital download too.
The gentle noise assault of Florida’s Attached Hands makes up the A side of this new cassette/digital release from post*records. The B side features Boston baked beats, bends, and analog noise textures courtesy of Mouse Queen.
Sleepy Bird Orphanage presents: Happy Valley – Mutanten
Happy Valley is made up of one guitar, one drum set, one keytar, and the three people who play them. On Mutanten you hear a band exploring a new universe with dense, futuristic psyche-rock landscapes, explosive robot drums, and a Zappa vs Bowie two-singer tag-team attack. Mutanten features catchy songs of longing, new-world discovery, mutation hysteria, and inter-galactic space war, respectively.
Dabey, Kebin, and Shingo are Panda, No Panda. This 7″ release is printed on black & pink marbled vinyl and it’s available now for your listening pleasure.
Written, recorded and mixed in less than three weeks, Bob On Blonde has released their second album on Post-Records for everyone’s listening pleasure. Please take time to enjoy these recordings as much as the band does, of simple, yet soulful songs that feel like an old pair of shoes you haven’t put on your feet for years.
The second full-length release from Mumpsy and the follow-up to their concept EP (3 People), Cat & Canary takes the indie pop goodness that Mumpsy is known for and adds in some much needed rock-ness for a 110% certified badass sophomore release.
The Band of the Name “Please Step Off The Miracle And Turn To Your Left”
If we were to attempt to describe this album, we would either end up
annoying the band or confusing you…
Suffice to say, if you enjoy The Advantage minus the video game references or Baroque jazzy math rock-ish instrumentals played by guys who sometimes like to dress like dinosaurs, then you’ll probably enjoy this record from one of our favorite bands ever.
The long awaited debut full-length from Tokyo duo The Bad Spellers.
A breakthrough in modern indie pop science! Contains 9 all natural cures for every-day blues and heartache. Now available over the counter from Post-Records.
A compilation of mostly Florida bands from 2006…the album features songs from The Punching Contest, Derek Lyn Plastic, Dodger, Yip-Yip, Summerbirds in the Cellar, Pardon My Carbon, Mumpsy, The Band of the Name, Watch Me Disappear,Kingsbury, Sean Moore, The Heathens, Danny Feedback, Dirt McCoy & The Trailer Park Refugees, Tres Bien, Jason Choi, The Ocean Floor, The Swirling Bees, The Bad Spellers, Bob on Blonde, The Wynn Brothers and many others.
Holy shit, ese…that there’s a whole crapload of good bands! Yeah, Ole!
23 tracks and 73 minutes of music, cover art by Matt Kamm
In the time it’s taken these local post-hardcore mathematicians to follow up their 2006 debut album (In the Biblical Sense), generations of music taste have come and gone. So have they, disbanding for nearly two years before coming back to life as an underground cause célèbre once the creative itch became overwhelming. Nobody thought this sophomore album would happen, including them. Produced in Orlando by Five Spot Records’ Bob Hershberger (Bob on Blonde), this album is the most concentrated and accurate crystallization of Watch Me Disappear’s powerful, complex essence yet. ~ OrlandoWeekly.com
From our friends at Sleepy Bird Orphanage comes the debut record from Crutch & the Giant Junshi. Recorded in English, translated into German, then retranslated into English – this is the first record of its kind – made completely of 18k gold and available at a moderately low price when compared to how much records cost in outer space. The crack research team at SleepyBird has found that this particular collection of songs pleases ears with a success rate of 92%.
RIYL: tom waits, canoes, tigers… any combination thereof.
The first and last album from Orlando-based alt-country band The Heathens. In 2 short years, the band played over 100 shows with artists including: The Avett Brothers, Hank Williams 3, O’Death, Sol Illaquists of Sound, Yip-Yip, and countless others.
This album, recorded by Rob McGregor (Hot Water Music, Rumble Seat, Against Me) in Gainesville captures the live sound that made The Heathens local favorites.
The debut album from the band that allegedly beat up Billie Joe from Green Day at a Bay-area nightclub – then when they realized it wasn’t Billy Joel the Piano Man – apologized and went home to bone their supermodel girlfriends. They like, play instruments and stuff too.
Recorded by Kurt Ballou (of Converge) at GodCity in Salem, Massachusetts.