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Bridgetown Records Back With Seven New releases

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New releases for Bridgetown

 

I’d been wondering where my friend Kevin Greenspon had been hiding, maybe the last completely free soul in the United States, who runs his small, friends and family, record label out of Southern California. I met him on tour here a couple of years ago and the man defines DIY attitude. On his tour through 50 States, he took his wife, his car, his protools and drove throughout the country playing in people’s apartments and in museums.

But he has been quiet for a while till I received this email just the other day:

I’m very proud to present seven new albums on Bridgetown. After I put out releases #91-100 last July, I spent half of 2013 on tour. All my time was devoted to playing shows, meeting new folks and seeing old friends all across the country- all people who I wouldn’t have met if it weren’t for this label. Thank you to everyone who played, helped with shows, hung out, had a couch to sleep on, or helped in any other way.

 

Bridgetown has always been the music of friends whose art, personalities and lives have had a powerful effect on me. People who I saw were doing amazing things to catalyze the engine of DIY/underground music, people I traveled with and who became great friends.

 

That tour solidified friendships with a lot of people who are doing something I find important. These are just a few of them. I’m proud of every release here and am excited to kick the batch off with Bridgetown #101: a new full-length by Big Waves of Pretty, who I played over a hundred shows with last year during the most intense time of my life.

 

Each artist here brings something truly special and unique to this batch.

 

• #101: Big Waves of Pretty – It Is A Sight He Never Forgets

• #102: Paper Armies – Trying

• #103: Filardo – UNKNOWN Sessions

• #104: Apollo Vermouth – Fractured Youth

• #105: Autococoon – Spirulina

• #106: Widesky – Silhouette, And The Stars Emerging

• #107: Reighnbeau – Hands

 

Cassettes and package deals are available at http://www.bridgetownrecords.info

 

Digital downloads and full streams are at http://bridgetownrecords.bandcamp.com

 

A free mixtape with 14 songs from the new releases can be downloaded here.

 

Southern Californians can attend the batch release show this Saturday, info here.

I’m very proud to present seven new albums on Bridgetown. After I put out releases #91-100 last July, I spent half of 2013 on tour. All my time was devoted to playing shows, meeting new folks and seeing old friends all across the country- all people who I wouldn’t have met if it weren’t for this label. Thank you to everyone who played, helped with shows, hung out, had a couch to sleep on, or helped in any other way.

Bridgetown has always been the music of friends whose art, personalities and lives have had a powerful effect on me. People who I saw were doing amazing things to catalyze the engine of DIY/underground music, people I traveled with and who became great friends.
That tour solidified friendships with a lot of people who are doing something I find important. These are just a few of them. I’m proud of every release here and am excited to kick the batch off with Bridgetown #101: a new full-length by Big Waves of Pretty, who I played over a hundred shows with last year during the most intense time of my life. Each artist here brings something truly special and unique to this batch.• #101:Big Waves of Pretty – It Is A Sight He Never Forgets• #102:Paper Armies – Trying• #103: Filardo – UNKNOWN Sessions• #104: Apollo Vermouth – Fractured Youth• #105: Autococoon – Spirulina• #106: Widesky – Silhouette, And The Stars Emerging• #107: Reighnbeau – HandsCassettes and package deals are available at http://www.bridgetownrecords.info Digital downloads and full streams are at http://bridgetownrecords.bandcamp.com A free mixtape with 14 songs from the new releases can be downloaded here. Southern Californians can attend the batch release show this Saturday, info here.

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