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Posted on June 15th, 2018
Petal "Magic Gone" out today! 10% off Petal sale, Tour w/ Camp Cope



Magic Gone, the stunning new album from Pennsylvania’s own Petal, is out online and in stores today! We’ll be offering the album over on our Bandcamp for only $5 until next Friday. You can also find a list of physical stores carrying the release below.


Stereogum, featured 'Magic Gone' as their Album Of The Week. Read some of the kind words they had to say below.

"It’s a funny thing, how the heaviness of the words and the lightness of the music can feed each other, how they can make each other stronger. It’s a dichotomy that makes Magic Gone — an album that’s utterly drowning in sadness in a lot of ways — into something warm and comforting and friendly: an album that might help you out and bring you up if you’re ever feeling something like what Lotz was feeling when she wrote these songs."- Stereogum

Petal is also hitting the road this month with label mates Camp Cope for what will surely be one of the best tours of the summer. A bunch of the shows are selling out so get tickets before its too late.

Camp Cope and Petal 2018 U.S. Tour Dates

June 20 — Philadelphia, PA @ Philamoca - SOLD OUT
June 21 — Philadelphia, PA @ Philamoca - SOLD OUT
June 22 — Cleveland, OH @ Now That’s Class
June 24 — Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen - SOLD OUT
June 26 — Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
June 27 — Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon
June 29 — Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
June 30 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
July 2 — Seattle, WA @ Vera Project
July 3 — Portland, OR @ Holocene
July 5 — San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
July 6 — Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theatre
July 7 — Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
July 8 — La Jolla, CA @ Che Cafe
July 9 — Phoenix, AZ @Rebel Lounge
July 11 — Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
July 12 — Austin, TX @ Barracuda
July 13 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
July 15 — Orlando, FL @ Soundbar
July 16 — Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade Purgatory
July 17 — Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle Back Room
July 18 — Washington, D.C. @ Rock & Roll Hotel
July 19 — Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents
July 20 — New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom - SOLD OUT
July 21 — Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
July 22 — Wilkes-Barre, PA @ The Other Side*
* - No Camp Cope

Stores carrying "Magic Gone"
B-Side Records&Tapes Inc
Baker & Taylor, Inc
Banana Belt Llc
Cheap Thrills
Creep Records The Store
Daddy Kool Records
Dearborn Music
Dimple Records, Inc.
Down In The Valley Inc
Easy Street Records
Electric Fetus, The
Exclusive Company Inc
Extreme Noise
Grateful Records Inc
Gregory R Halamay Inc
Guestroom Records Llc
Haight Street Amoeba Inc
Half-A-Man Inc
Hollywood Amoeba
Independent Records
Joseph Demers
Josey Records
Landlocked Enterprises Inc
Lazy Labrador Records Llc
Lou'S Records
Love Garden Sounds
Low Yo Yo Stuff
Luna Music
Mad-Rhino Inc
Millennium Enterprises Inc
Mojo Music Md Llc
My Mind's Eye
Newbury Comics Inc.
Port of Sound Records
Princeton Record Exchange
Pure Pop For Now People Inc
Reckless Records (Broadway)
Reckless Records (Loop)
Reckless Records Of London
Record Town Inc
Revelation Records
Rough Trade Shop
Salzer's Mercantile
Shake It Records
Shuga Records
Silver Platters Llc
Siren Trading Company
Square Records
The Groove Records Llc
Vintage Vinyl Records Inc
Vinyl Me Please
Waiting Room Records Llc
Waterloo Records
Zia Enterprises Inc

Posted on April 25th, 2018
We've signed Self Defense Family, "Have You Considered Punk Music" out 6/29, pre-orders available now.



RFC is excited to announce that they've signed sprawling cult independent band Self Defense Family. The band will release their debut full length for the label, titled Have You Considered Punk Music on June 29, 2018. Pre-orders for the album is currently available and Self Defense Family will tour the US with Sannhet this June (all tour dates below).

On their debut ralbum, vocalist Patrick Kindlon asks the listener to take a close look alongside him at the bottomless drive to create that he's spent his life exploring. "It’s about feeling very intensely about a thing you’re becoming increasingly aware the rest of the world doesn’t give a shit about,” says Kindlon. “It’s like how people feel about their cats: they love their cat, but you don’t give a shit about their cat.”

Today the band released the forthcoming record's title track alongside a podcast where vocalist Patrick Kindlon and guitarist Andrew Duggan do a deep dive into the making of and meaning behind the song. They also released a video for the track that can be seen here.

While the video and the track may at first seem incongruous, Kindlon explains that the parallels of owning a small business and making punk music aren't as far apart as one might think. He explains:

"We've never had the wherewithal to operate like a business. I think we got a band credit card a couple months ago, and I have no idea where it is currently. But since we started I've admired the bands that saw themselves as artists AND small business owners. Both require the strength to admit most people will never care the way you care. I can't have a boss. It's a personality defect; I recognize that. But there's a lotta people like me out here. I thought the video for our first single off Have You Considered Punk Music was a good space to highlight a kindred spirit."

Posted on April 17th, 2018
Fury joins RFC - new album this fall + spring tour w/ Power Trip + Sheer Mag

We are excited to announce the latest addition to our roster - Orange County's genre-bending hardcore band Fury. Since 2013, the band have released multiple tapes, an EP and their critically acclaimed debut full-length Paramount in 2016. Jason Heller described the LP on Pitchfork as "reimagining one of hardcore's more vital, specific sub-genres as something bigger and universal."

Fury will spend this spring on the road in North American supporting Power Trip and Sheer Mag before heading over to Europe this summer to support Turnstile (all tour dates below). Expect to hear more from the band this fall as they'll spend the remainder of the summer wrapping recording sessions on their RFC debut.


Posted on April 13th, 2018
Fiddlehead "Springtime and Blind" out now

Order Springtime and Blind now
Stream on Spotify | Apple Music | Bandcamp

The debut LP from Boston's Fiddlehead is out now! Springtime and Blind is an exploration of grief - both introspective and through the insight of others. Following the release of their Out of the Bloom EP on Lockin Out Records, Fiddlehead have created a debut LP that shares an anguishing, relatable story of love and loss through the catharsis of spirited, loud indie rock. Consisting of guitarist Alex Henery (also of Basement), vocalist Patrick Flynn and drummer Shawn Costa (both of Have Heart), they explore musical styles different from their other projects while bringing a familiar energetic and emotional core to the collaboration.

Springtime and Blind stemmed from Flynn's loss of his father. On the album he looks at how his mother coped with the situation - losing her spouse, her center of gravity -and writing the lyrics as an emotional catharsis for both of them. Like the pain his family experienced, “a wild grief so well hidden,” the songs on this album bury the pain of loss beneath punchy, energetic instrumentals.

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