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Order PBC debut + new press + DS videos

In Albums, Artists on October 15, 2009 at 9:00 pm

Prison Book Club

(photo by Ashley Hoffman)

Fresh off of their small, but rowdy tour in support of their debut album, Prison Book Club are now offering up Required Reading for mail-order purchase. You can get your very own physical copy featuring stunning artwork by Jordan Hudkins for only $8, shipping included, by clicking HERE (this album is temporarily out of print…we’ll get the link back up as soon as the new pressing is finished, thanks! In the meantime click HERE for a high-quality digital version at a discounted price!).

Mike Sizemore and the good folks over at the Rock O’ Clock music blog have recently reviewed several of our new releases. You can read them HERE.

We have also recently created a VIMEO account where you can watch exclusive videos of BIG BULLET RECORDS artists. Right now there are some great live videos of Dandelion Snow up, so check them out HERE!

And don’t forget that you can still download our compilation and the new Dandelion Snow album for FREE!
TERMINAL BALLISTCS Vol. 1 FREE download
It’s Just A Bad Dream  FREE download

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Sept. 23, 2009 Press Release

In Press Releases on September 23, 2009 at 3:56 pm

BIG BULLET RECORDS Official Press Release – September 23, 2009

 

On Monday, September 21, 2009 the inaugural compilation BIG BULLET RECORDS Presents: TERMINAL BALLISTCS Volume 1 was released for a free online download. Included with the free download was cover art provided by Clover Studio, as well as an in-depth song guide with comprehensive liner notes.

To download the album for free, simply click here.

To stream the album for free, simply click here.

There have already been numerous write-ups about the compilation. You can check those out here, as well as in our press section:

WVRockscene
The Shepherdstown Chronicle
Rock-O-Clock 

 


 

In response to recent rumors regarding an alleged dispute between The Shepherd University Picket and BIG BULLET RECORDS, the label has issued this official statement:

“We here at BIG BULLET RECORDS believe that creating a nurturing environment for local arts is absolutely integral to the advancement of these local arts and the artists who are responsible for them. BIG BULLET RECORDS has existed since May of 2008, and during our short existence we have strived to create strong and mutual bonds with local press, businesses, and community groups and members.

Perhaps the largest entity in our community is Shepherd University, home to over 5,000 students. Many members of our label, including countless artists, are currently, or have at some time been students at Shepherd University. We feel that the student publication, The Shepherd University Picket, has been fair in its coverage of our artists during our short tenure in the community. Rumors concerning a recent ‘boycott’ or ‘ban’ against our label and/or artists are inconclusive, and BIG BULLET RECORDS respects the Picket’s Editor-in-Chief’s official statements that were recently made in the online portion of The Shepherdstown Chronicle. In fact, the Editor-in-Chief was even quoted as saying, “…I was unaware that a record label even existed in Shepherdstown.’ The Editor-in-Chief also made it clear that The Picket encourages local musicians to take an active role in making the press aware of upcoming concerts and events.

In response to these statements, BIG BULLET RECORDS would like to also encourage local musicians, whether they are directly affiliated with our label or not, to alert local press about their shows and events. If local coverage is a concern for you as an artist, then do everything that you can to get the details out there, that’s all that anyone can ask you to do. We also want to let it be known that BIG BULLET RECORDS will continue to work on creating and maintaining healthy and productive working relationships with all local, regional, and national press outlets—our artists have received press attention as far as Massachusetts, Oregon, New York, and even Denmark, but it remains imperative for us to maintain these positive relationships in our hometown. We also want to express our continued support of all local music, even that which is not directly affiliated with our label. Shepherdstown and its surrounding areas has a multitude of creative potential, and we will continue to do everything that we can to help everyone realize this potential. We want to thank our fans and artists for their continued support—you are what keeps us going, so thank you, and we hope you are all enjoying the free inaugural compilation.”

TERMINAL BALLISTICS VOLUME ONE is out NOW!!!

In Albums on September 22, 2009 at 1:22 am

We are proud to finally release our inaugural compilation, BIG BULLET RECORDS Presents: TERMINAL BALLISTCS Volume One. Simply click the cover below to be directed to the FREE download. Included with the 15 tracks is the album art and an in-depth song guide/liner notes.

Thanks for the support, we hope you enjoy the compilation!

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Cover art by Clover Studio

Track Listing:

1. Greg Loftus – “The Good Fight”
2. Jude Universer feat. Boy Birthday – “California”
3. Roma Renegade – “Brigaki Djilia” 
4. Stephen MacDonald – “Chin Up”
5. The Demon Beat – “You Got It”
6.  Dandelion Snow – “Scattering White Flowers”
7. The Goddamn Hills – “Eyes Wear To God”
8. Tucker Riggleman – “White Flags”
9. The Resonators – “Confessions and Lies”
10. Khaos Kloud – “We Believe”
11. The Dreadful Horoscope – “I Walked Toward The River”
12. Prison Book Club – “Home It Ain’t Here”
13. BLACK FAG! – “Admire Me”
14. Woodworkings – “Sleeping Ashlily”
15. Cait O’Shea – “Magnets”

The New Year

In Uncategorized on January 2, 2009 at 6:46 am

Happy New Year to each and every one of you! It is our first New Year as a label (we’re not even a year old yet), and we’ve got plenty of plans for 2009. Let’s give some general updates first.

The Demon Beat’s West Virginia tour was a huge success. They are quickly becoming one of the state’s most exciting bands and people are taking notice — be sure to check out all of the new press on them in our PRESS section. WVRockscene (arguably the best WV music site/blog) has named “Trainwreck” by The Demon Beat as one of their top 10 songs of 2008

Greg Loftus was recently interviewed by Jezz Harkin of Breakthru Radio and is currently working on a new record.

Tucker Riggleman has been playing with a backing band called Planned Parenthood. Be sure to check out the videos on his page.

The Resonators have been busy playing shows and are working on an EP in the very near future.

As for 2009, expect our compilation called TERMINAL BALLISTICS Vol. 1 very early in the year. We also have other big things in the works including some possible festival appearances. 

That’s all for right now. We hope you all had a safe holiday season and we wish you the best in the new year.

Stay true,

BBR