Posted by Joe at 9:31 pm
Hello again, everyone! I hope that you all had a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year. We've decided to kick the new year off the right way with the return of Copyleft veteran Dan Dectis. Dan's new album, Parliament of Owls carries a similar vibe to his debut release Deeply Superficial. An eclectic blend of several different genres, It's another strong album from Dan and a great way to start 2011 for us. Give it a listen and download it, as always, for free from the artist page.
Posted by Joe at 11:18 pm
We're pleased to announce the addition of two talented bands to the Copyleft roster. We have new releases from Underscore Adia and Dresden, and both of them are self-titled albums. Feel free to check them out in all the usual flavors over on their artist pages (for Underscore Adia, click here, and for Dresden click here).
Posted by Joe at 8:43 pm
A Cautionary Tale is the debut solo album from David White, the frontman of another Copyleft Records group, Shoulder of Orion. If you're a fan of classic synth-rock/pop in the same vein as David Bowie and The Cure, you'll definitely want to give this album a listen! Head on over to David's artist page to download the album in the usual formats.
Posted by Joe at 9:24 am
Today we introduce the second album from singer-songwriter Ben Rellick. The name of the album is To Carve From Futures, and like all of our releases, is available for free download in FLAC or V0 MP3 formats. You can download the album directly from Ben's artist page, or from the bittorrent site Mininova.org. You can also stream the album or purchase it from Ben's Bandcamp page.
We still have several albums waiting to release over the next few weeks, so stay tuned!
Posted by Derek at 8:56 am
Apologies for the extended downtime. The domain was transferred to a new host and the timing was off which resulted in the parked page for a couple days.
Rest assured we are still here.
Posted by Joe at 11:11 pm
For anyone who didn't get the message I sent through our existing Facebook page, Copyleft Records now has a brand new Facebook page (listed as a "musician" rather than a business), so we are now able to list band names and upload tracks from each artist. You can visit it by clicking on the link listed in the Links section at the top of the page. Go check it out and "like" it while you're there, so we'll think that we actually have friends and followers!
On an unrelated note, today is the one-year anniversary of the purchase of the domain name http://copyleft-records.com. Happy first birthday to us!
Posted by Joe at 12:30 pm
Our dear friends in All Heroes have started up another music group called The Stereophones. Although they have completed their debut album (entitled Trouble), they plan to release one song at a time, along with videos and artwork that relate to the tracks. So far, they've released one painting, the first song off the album, and the music video for the song. You can stream the music and video on their website (CLICK HERE), as well as download the song and artwork. They plan to release content on a fairly regular basis, so be sure to keep checking back for new tracks/videos/art!
Posted by Joe at 12:29 am
Copyleft Records has recently created an account on Bandcamp.com so that people who would rather stream/download through them will be able to. At this point in time, we've already uploaded Isaac Graham's Empty Vessels album, and will continue to add the rest of the Copyleft library throughout the coming weeks. As artists are added, a link to their Bandcamp page will be added onto their artist page here on the website, next to the download links. For those of you who would rather stream/download directly through our website, You can still continue to do so. This is merely another digital venue for us to help get our artists' music out there.
To check out our label's Bandcamp page, click here.
Posted by Joe at 9:23 am
Since January of 2010, Isaac Graham has arranged and covered a new song every month, and this month he has chosen the song Jet Lag by Frank Turner.