Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Monday, February 16, 2015
CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER HEY MANDIBLE 'THE ARSE'
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Ladies & Gentlemen...
Wet & Reckless are releasing their debut album February 24th! Stay tuned to their own website - HERE - for more information on how to get a copy. Or, keep up with Lolipop Records, who is releasing Wet & Reckless' album on cassette! Below is the cover art. Congratulations, ladies!
Don't forget, you can still order Wet & Reckless' split 7inch with Tracy Shedd directly from us; that is... while we still have copies available, because we are nearly SOLD OUT! Order your copy today!
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Sunday, February 8, 2015
La Cerca California Tourdates:
March 3 - Soda Bar - San Diego CA - w/ Pete RG
Friday, February 6, 2015
Folks in western North Carolina can catch the Good Graces playing this weekend:
- Friday, February 6 - Oskar Blues Brewery - Brevard NC
- Saturday, February 7 - Dragonfly Wine Market - Shelby, NC
Say "Hi!" to Jamie, Becky, and Randy for us in Shelby!
Enjoy the shows!
Monday, February 2, 2015
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Have you ever heard about StageIt.com? It is a web-based platform that gives musicians an opportunity to host online concerts so that fans can watch the performance in the comfort of their own home (or anywhere with an internet connection, for that matter.
Well, today... Super Bowl Sunday, February 1st, the Good Graces will be taking the stage at Wizkid Sound Studios, while you take a seat on your couch. Their concert begins at 4:00pm Eastern Standard Time, so you'll have plenty of time to get your Patriotic or Seahawkin' cheer on following.
CLICK HERE TO RSVP + ACCESS THE CONCERT
So sit back, take off your shoes, and enjoy the show!
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Facebook Event Page
Sunday, January 11, 2015
Sunday, January 4, 2015
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Track Premiere: Indie-rock Brilliance from Tucson’s La Cerca, by Fred Mills
La Cerca – Sunrise for Everyone // Limited to 500 Black Vinyl LP, by Scott Wickberg
La Cerca Promises & Delivers, by Dan Rylander
We Review La Cerca's Wonderful New Album 'Sunrise for Everyone', by Kyle Chandler
Review: La Cerca’s “Sunrise For Everyone”, by John Book
That Summer Feeling: La Cerca, by Eric Swedlund
Like the Weather; La Cerca's great new album is a snapshot of a moment of the band's long complicated history, by Eric Swedlund
La Cerca's Big Sound Comes from Small Influences, by Josh Levine
moyamoya self titled debut on Fort Lowell Records, by Jason Egan
The Good Graces release new album on Fort Lowell, by John Book
Stream: The Good Graces – “Standing in Line”, by Liz Sowell
moyamoya Releases Self-Titled Album, by Brenton Crozier
Searchlight: Indie Song Competition winner Kim Ware - The Good Graces, by Jason Wilber
the Good Graces release terrific 'Close to the Sun', by Kevin Triebsch
Post-Rock Instrumentalists moyamoya Releases Debut Album, by Jen Dan
Double Release Day for Fort Lowell Records, by Eric Swedlund
For the love of Naïm, by James Hudson
English For Everyone; Interview With A Folk Song Writer
Review: Moyamoya’s self-titled debut album, by John Book
Review: The Good Graces’ “Close To The Sun”, by John Book
Track Premiere: Atlanta’s Good Graces (+ Album Release Party), by Fred Mills
Changer d’air, by Francis Hérbert
Naïm Amor Hear the Walls Review, by Vesa Lautamaki
One WMBR Co-Music Director's Top 28 Records of 2014, by Christopher Vyce
The Good Graces – Close to the Sun (Fort Lowell), by Mark Suppanz
Grab Bag 3: Zach Winters / Naïm Amor, by Stephen Carradini
A Quiet Listen: Naïm Amor’s offers an antidote to overload in “Hear the Walls", by Eric Swedlund
La Cerca "Sunrise for Everyone" Review, by Jason Egan
The Fort Lowell Round Up, by Mark Anderson
Local Love: Levine looks at 2014’s local music offerings and what he loved most, by Josh Levine
Listenterror: Die Besten Alben 2014, by Eike Klien
Top 100 Albums of 2014, by Randy Peterson
Best of … Music; Tucson Weekly music writers tell you what made them rock in 2014, by Eric Swedlund
Top Albums of 2014: 20-11, by Stephen Carradini
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
As a special gift to help ring in the new year, New Granada Records and Fort Lowell Records have made the track available for all of you to enjoy! Stream the song, or download it for free, and share with your friends for your own celebration this New Year's Eve!
Susie Ulrey: vocals; Tracy Shedd: vocals; Michael Waksman: ukulele
Words/Music by Frank Loesser; 1947
Photo: John McNicholas
Monday, December 29, 2014
Sunday, December 21, 2014
NEW WORLD BREWERY (the location for each day's celebration)
1313 E Eighth Ave, Tampa, Florida 33605
$16.00 3-Day Pass - Purchase Here
$8.00 1-Day Pass - Purchase Day Of Show at New World Brewery
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25 - 8:00PM
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26 - 9:00PM
ALEXANDER & THE GRAPES
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27 - 9:00PM
THE PAUSES (Special Acoustic Set)
ALAMEDA (Special Acoustic Set)
RSVP VIA THE FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE HERE
As a bonus gift from New Granada Records, their flagship artist - Pohgoh - has recorded a brand new track called "Claude Rains," which they've made available as a free download via New Granada Records' Soundcloud page and below. It's their first studio track in 16 years. Pohgoh will be playing December 25th w/ both singers, Kobi and Susie, and they will be selling a very limited (to 20) hand-cut 10" Pohgoh EP. You don't want to miss it!
Lastly, the Tampa Bay Times wrote a very nice article about New Granada Records and their twenty years of promoting music. Here is the link to read the article, but we are also going to re-post it down below.
Congratulations not only to Keith & Susie Ulrey and New Granada Records, but to all of their artists as well! We are very proud of all of you! Have fun this week celebrating, and Happy Holidays to all!
Fort Lowell Records
Tampa Bay Times (re-post)
Thursday, December 18th, by Ray Roa
In his Seminole Heights record store, Microgroove, Keith Ulrey has a listening station stocked with albums from his label, New Granada Records. Photo by Ray Roa.
Searching for CDs or mp3 players makes the music industry's changes over the last two decades feel very real. These days, Virgin and Tower megastores are just Wikipedia pages. Record execs still scratch their heads about the digital revolution that ruined profit margins forever because, as it turns out, selling plastic discs at insane markups never was a sustainable market strategy.
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Thursday, December 4, 2014
And if you would like to learn even more about the Parisian Tucsonan, Naïm Amor, and his personal guitar obsession, we invite you to watch this documentary about Amor, titled Used Guitar.