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New Album: (CLR017) Ben Rellick – To Carve From Futures

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 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!


NEW ALBUM in the works

Posted by Ben Rellick at 2:37 pm

Hey! Sup?

I am right now in the process of recording another album, which will hopefully be done sometime in February. Here are videos of two new songs:

"Home" -
"Got Time" -

When recording my last cd, I wanted the tracks to be almost exclusively acoustic guitar and vocals; I didn't want to mess with bass, drums, keys - anything I couldn't replicate live.  I didn't want full band tracks on the cd and then leave myself only able to play a stripped down acoustic version live. But now I have all these ideas in my head that I really want to try out, so I don't really care if I can't pull it off live. I'd rather not trash all these ideas. You'll see what I'm talking about in a few weeks hopefully! I am super pumped about it, and I will be sure to post on here when I have a better idea of when it will be available.



Welcome aboard, Ben Rellick!

Posted by Joe at 10:01 pm

We have the newest Copyleft Records release up and running from newcomer Ben Rellick, and now you can download it for free.

Travels is the debut album by singer-songwriter Ben Rellicks. After several years of performing as a member of Skwal, he decided to pursue a solo career, utilizing his interest in the acoustic guitar. Every track on this album, as you'd expect from the name, deals with the theme of traveling, expressing it using classic rock & roll with a splash of reggae, as well as a hint of pop-punk. It's a great album, I highly suggest everyone download it. Even if you don't like it, hey, it's free! Maybe one of your friends might get a kick out of it, so be sure to pass it along to them, burn them a CD, do whatever. As of this posting, we don't have the donate link set up for Mr. Rellick, but that should hopefully be available early next week.

Even though we are releasing Travels right now, stay tuned, because there are several other artists in the pipeline who will hopefully be ready to distribute their music in the next week or two. Good stuff coming!