Local Bands & Labels: Send Us Your February Releases For Review Now!

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Local Bands & Labels: Send Us Your February Releases For Review Now!

  • Local Bands & Labels: Send Us Your February Releases For Review Now!

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    Angel Ceballos
    Grave Babies is releasing their Crusher LP on February 26.
    We're rounding up all February releases from local musicians and/or local labels--if you have a song, album, EP, or anything musical that's coming out in February--or if we missed you the last time around please send us an email at reverbreviews@seattleweekly.com stating the name of the artist, the name of the record, its official release date, and a digital copy of the music. Records that are streaming on Bandcamp or Soundcloud work perfectly fine. Downloadable copies compressed into one zip file are really cool. Three or seven different emails with a separate file for every single song are so not. And while digital copies are easiest for us, if you'd rather send a hard copy, here's our mailing address: Seattle Weekly, Attn: Reverb Reviews, 1008 Western Ave., Ste. 300, Seattle, WA 98104. We look forward to hearing all of your new music! Here's a list of what we've got lined up so far:

    Antoine Martel, "4 of 5"

    Blooper, Long Distance

    Boats, A Fairway Full Of Miners [Kill Rock Stars]

    Brandon Torres, "Feed My Soul"

    Dice, Reflections in Broken Glass

    Dyslexic, In Bob We Trust

    FineMaltLyrics, FineMaltLyrics

    Foreign Friends, Maps

    Grave Babies, Crusher

    The Grizzled Mighty, Thick Hand Grip

    Hot Bodies In Motion, Principle A

    Kylmyys, "Cosmosis"

    Lusine, The Waiting Room

    Mike Ensor? and the Principles of Strife, As We Dangle From the Alloy ?Trees and Twirl in the Barb Wire

    Mongrel Jews, Inherit The Earth

    MSW, Midnight

    Nathaniel Talbot Quartet, Here in the Fields

    The Not-Its!, Kidquake!

    Pilot to Bombardier, 117

    Pissed Jeans, Honey [Sub Pop]

    Priests, "Radiation?" b/w? "Personal Planes" [K]

    Red Jacket Mine, Someone Else's Cake

    Redwood Plan, Green Light Go

    The Soft Hills, Chromatisms

    Timothy Robert Graham, The Hidden Rose

     
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