We're excited to announce the newest addition to the OE family - Treasure Teeth. A duo based out of Miami, NYC and London, TT caught our ear during their dynamic live performances around Miami. Sylistically diverse and adaptable to any live situation, they make sci-fi sounds that are both retro and futuristic, with all the right tinges of experimental, glitchy R&B. Their dual EP, Transatlantic Consultant / Romantic Impulse drops November 13th, 2015.
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The 2015 sessions recorded by Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love for The Wrong Rock Show and Dandelion Radio are now available to download for free from us & Audio Antihero. Features covers of The Microphones and Bedhead alongside stripped-down versions of "Last" tracks. This is the LAST of Low Low's recordings (as far as we know), and it's bittersweet to share them wtih all of you. "One last crash of all the cymbals..."
We're beyond thrilled to announce the addition of Richmond, VA's Yankee Roses to the OE family. We've been fans of George Geanuracos' "revenge folk" songs since first hearing them at Sweat Records in Miami a few years back. Yankee Roses' debut EP, Dreamless Winter, drops in October. Stay tuned for a preview coming soon!
The Fontaneda Deluxe Edition of Archival Feedback is now available. This is the complete Archival Feedback box set collection, including a clear vinyl version of AF with 5 art prints, a custom-designed, printed collector's box with protective cover, and a copy of the AF cassingle. The contents was designed, printed and assembled over the course of two years - EVERYTHING was made by hand. An edition of only 39 units, this is the version for true collectors, with the prints suitable for framing. Pick up a copy over at our Bandcamp shop.
We're excited to bring you a new series of soundtrack releases, beginning with the uniquely Miami-centric Ectotherms. The no-budget, hybrid, debut feature from filmmaker Monica Peña features a sountrack by black metal trio Slashpine. Each purchase of the soundtrack comes with a stream of the entire film, all for less than half the price of seeing a shitty, blockbuster movie in a freezing theatre. Kind of a no-brainer, huh?