12.15.17

Brian Rothenbeck & The Adventuring Party join Black Numbers to release their debut full-length, “Basilisk.”

For our first 2018 release, we’re stoked to announce we’ll be working with Brian Rothenbeck & The Adventuring Party to release their new LP, “Basilisk.” Prior to this, Rothenbeck had only released solo recordings that featured acoustic guitars paired with otherwise sparse instrumentation. “Basilisk” adds a full band into the mix and the result is a folky/punk Americana rock record that’s sure to be enjoyed by fans of The Weakerthans, Uncle Tupelo, and PJ Bond.

Youdontknowjersey.com is hosting the first single from “Basilisk” in the form of a self directed/shot/edited music video for “The Complete Guide to the Fucking Obvious.” Check it out here.

“Basilisk” will be out on January 19th, with pre-orders shipping out ahead of time. Seriously, they’re already here. You can grab your copy here.

To celebrate the release of “Basilisk,” the band will be playing The Harp & Bard in Clifton on January 20th.

11.17.17

Mystery Bundles are back!

We’ve got a brand new batch of mystery bundles in our webstore! It’s our biggest pool of releases yet, and you get 10 records for $24.99 plus a free glow-in-the-dark Black Numbers water bottle! All mystery bundle orders will be entered to win a Test Press as well! These bundles are great for holiday shopping or just getting yourself a ton of new records for cheap!

 

10.16.17

Graduation Speech announces East Coast tour dates

Graduation Speech will be playing a small run of shows along the East Coast in November. The dates will be in support of Quiet & Calm which we release this summer. You can grab copies of it in our webstore now!

11/10 @ Boontunes – Boonton, NJ w/ Brian Mietz (It’s A King Thing)
11/11 @ Nic Cage – Albany, NY w/ Brian Mietz (It’s A King Thing), Broken Field Runner, Starving Arts
11/12 @ Winter Hill Brewing Co. – Somerville, MA w/ Depressors
11/16 @ Creep Records – Philadelphia, PA w/ You Vandal

09.14.17

Starving Arts premiere “Nashville Moon” on Punknews.org

The second single from Starving Arts’ new 7″ is streaming over at Punknews.org right now.  Pre-orders for the “Funeral Days” 7″ are currently available in the Black Numbers webstore, including a few of the copies that come with a free bonus sticker of the cover art.  You can check out the song here: https://www.punknews.org/article/64707/starving-arts-nashville-moon-punknews-exclusive

The band are in the process of confirming a few record release shows to promote “Funeral Days.” The best way to stay up to date on that info is to follow the band on Facebook as well as the Black Numbers Instagram.

08.28.17

Save Ends’ “A Book About Bad Luck” up for pre-order now, single streaming at Allston Pudding

Save Ends are back with a brand new LP, a follow up to their 2015 EP “Hug Your Friends.” You can stream the first single from “A Book About Bad Luck” right now over at Allston Pudding.

We’re pressing 250 copies of “A Book About Bad Luck” on coke bottle clear vinyl. They’re available for pre-order in our webstore, and the first 50 copies sold will come with an embroidered patch designed by the band.

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