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Pre-Order Updates Posted on December 10th, 2011

Just wanted to tell everyone who pre-ordered CSTVT, Wavelets and Signals Midwest LPs that we really appreciate your support, and thanks for your patience while you wait for your records! Here's what's happening with each one ...

The 2nd pressing of CSTVT's Echo & The Light is in and orders that only included this record will start shipping next week.

As for Wavelets' Athaletics, we've never been part of a release with so may delays. Bringing this sucker to life on wax has been an adventure. Fortunately it's all been worth it and I think you're really going to be stoked when that sweet slab of 180 gram vinyl arrives on your doorstep. These should be arriving to us next week and start shipping out the week of the December 19th.

Finally, for the Signals Midwest 12-inch, Latitudes And Longitudes is actually a little ahead of schedule right now. The vinyl should be arriving to us next week as well and they were mistakenly pressed on 180 gram too! Lucky us and lucky you! Depending on when the covers get to us, I would think these would start shipping right around Christmas time. We can't wait until you see the packaging for this bad boy; it's going to look awesome.

Anyway, thanks again for spending your hard-earned money on Tiny Engines and for always supporting our amazing bands. And we aplogize for the dumb waiting times on these records. I promise we'll do a much better job of that in the future! Thank you so much for your patience and your support. We couldn't do it without you!

By the way, if you've placed a pre-order for any of these records, you should have received an instant mp3 download. If not, let us know. And if there's anything else you need, please don't hesitate to drop us a line (info@tinyengines.net). We're happy to help!

- Chuck & Will

Tiny Engines signs State Faults Posted on November 28th, 2011

STATE FAULTS joins TINY ENGINES / New LP Out Early 2012
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* Desolate Peaks to be released by Tiny Engines
* Artwork/Tracklisting Coming Soon
* Exclusive Song Premier for "Arrowhead" on Alternative Press

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Tiny Engines (Tigers Jaw, CSTVT, Look Mexico, Restorations) is proud to finally expand West and welcome Santa Rosa, CA's State Faults (formerly Brother Bear) into its fold. The label will release the band's debut full-length, Desolate Peaks, on 12" vinyl in early 2012.

Head over to Alternative Press to here the exclusive premeiere of "Arrowhead" from Desolate Peaks.

Desolate Peaks will be the follow up to the band's debut EP, Head In The Clouds, which can still be downloaded for free. You can also check out a demo of the track "Vespers". A new, re-recorded version of the song will appear on Desolate Peaks.

State Faults consists of four soulmates with a DIY ethic trying to make honest and explosive music. Formed in early 2010, the group immediately began writing and recording music within the cramped confines of a 2nd floor apartment. Huddled together in the California heat, the group created a tightly knit sound, drawing upon elements of 90's emo and post-hardcore. Those early days gave birth to the band's impressive self-released debut EP, Head In The Clouds. Released in late 2010, the EP quickly spread through word of mouth and State Faults continue to cultivate a devoted following. In what can only be described as an advancement of the sound created on Head In The Clouds, Desolate Peaks promises to take State Faults to new levels.

Stay tuned for artwork, tracklisting and more exclusive song premieres from State Faults' Desolate Peaks!

Be sure to follow Tiny Engines' Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter pages for more exclusive news over the next few months.

Signals Midwest - Pre-Order New LP Posted on November 8th, 2011

SIGNALS MIDWEST - Pre-Order New Full-Length from TINY ENGINES
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Latitudes And Longitudes 12" LP out Dec 20, 2011
• Digitally released via Bandcamp + iTunes
• "The Quiet Persuader" video on Alternative Press
• Test pressing contest, limited-edition poster prints + more!

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Latitudes And Longitudes, the sophomore full-length from Cleveland, OH's Signals Midwest, is now available for pre-order from Tiny Engines (CSTVT, Look Mexico, Restorations, Tigers Jaw). The 12" LP will see a December 20, 2011 release date, while the digital version is available via Bandcamp and iTunes now. It's also worth noting that all vinyl pre-orders come with an instant mp3 download for the 10-song album.

The Latitudes And Longitudes vinyl is limited to 500 pressed on three colorways (75 teal / 150 maroon / 275 cream). The first 50 pre-orders will receive a limited-edition poster print with exclusively designed by Jeff Finley. Additionally, all pre-orders will be entered to win a test pressing of the record.

Signals Midwest recently unveiled the video for "The Quiet Persuader" off Latitudes And Longitudes. You can watch the exclusive premier of the video courtesy of Alternative Press. The video was directed/edited by Aaron Freeder.

Rarely do you come across a young band that startles you with such inherent quality. While Cleveland, Ohio’s Signals Midwest might be rooted in the ethos of punk rock the band quickly transcends the tag both musically and lyrically on their sophomore album, Latitudes And Longitudes. Paying tribute to the continual growth of legends like Small Brown Bike and Fairweather while echoing modern bands such as Balance And Composure and The Menzingers, Signals Midwest provide a unique perspective that resides firmly outside the punk-by-the-numbers formula. Call if post-pop/punk if you will.

Listen to "Limnology" from Latitudes And Longitudes (mp3)

Signals Midwest formed in late 2008 as a trio and issued their first full-length album in 2009. In 2010 the band expanded to a quartet with the addition of a second guitar player. That would be a pivotal move in the band’s collaborative development. Experimenting with and expanding their sound, Signals Midwest quickly outgrew the standard pop/punk pace. With 2011’s Latitudes And Longitudes there is a fleshed out maturity that shines through. Recorded mostly live, the album bristles with the kind of energy and purpose that emanates from a band confidently growing comfortable in their own skin.

Be sure to follow Tiny Engines' Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter pages for more exclusive news over the next few months.

Tiny Engines Signs Dikembe Posted on October 28th, 2011

DIKEMBE Joins TINY ENGINES

• Debut LP Broad Shoulders out early 2012
• Exclusive song stream @ Alternative Press
• Live Video: "Sorry I Can't Stick Around"
• Limited-edition tape (Jeremy Records) available @ FEST

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Tiny Engines (Tigers Jaw, CSTVT, Look Mexico, Restorations) is stoked to welcome Gainesville, FL's Dikembe to its growing family of bands. The label will release the quartet's debut full-length, Broad Shoulders, on 12" vinyl and digital formats in early 2012. Pre-orders will launch at the beginning of December.

Featuring front man Steven Gray and bassist Ryan Willems from fellow Tiny Engines roster mates Wavelets - as well as members of Senders (Kiss of Death) and The Young Hookers - Dikembe is putting the final touches on the 11-song LP, which is its first official physical release. Earlier this year the outfit released a free digital EP, Chicago Bowls, to a good amount of blogosphere and message board acclaim. You can download those four songs here.

To celebrate today's announcement, the band and label have teamed up with the folks at Alternative Press to debut the song "Librarians Kill For That Kind Of Quiet" Swing by the site and listen to the exclusive stream of this brand new track here.

While we're on the topic of new cuts from Broad Shoulders, Dikembe recently premiered a live video at Punknews.org for "Sorry I Can't Stick Around." Shot by Jeremy Silveira at Turkey Town in Gainesville, go here to watch the band kill it with a live version of what will be the album closer. Additionally, this past summer four piece contributed "That's How What Works" to the Topshelf Records 2011 Label Sampler. This compilation features some of the very best of the underground emo / punk scenes, including CSTVT, Pianos Become The Teeth, Touché Amoré, Moving Mountains, Restorations, Balance And Composure, La Dispute, Grown Ups, Everyone Everywhere, Bars Of Gold and much much more. To download the track from Dikembe and 67 other amazing songs, go here.

In related news, Dikembe will be making a hometown appearance at The FEST this weekend. The boys play at Loosey's on Sunday at 7:40 p.m. alongside fellow Tiny Engines outfit Restorations, as well as Nightlights, Junior Battles, Dig It Up, Failures Union and more. Dikembe will have copies of a "FEST-exclusive" cassette tape from Jeremy Records titled Every Time You See Me I Look Like I Hit The Lotto Twice. The tape is limited to 30 copies and includes two new songs from Broad Shoulders, the four tracks from Chicago Bowls as well as offerings from six other Florida bands you should be listening to.

Finally, it's worth noting that a big chunk of the Tiny Engines' roster (Tigers Jaw, Look Mexico, Annabel, Wavelets, the previously mentioned Restorations and of course, Dikembe) will be playing at FEST this weekend. For a quick recap and show details, go here. Check em out and say hi for us!

Be sure to follow Tiny Engines' Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter pages for more exclusive streams, mp3s and videos from Dikembe over the next month!

Signals Midwest - New Video Premier at Alternative Press Posted on October 20th, 2011

SIGNALS MIDWEST - Releases New Video For "The Quiet Persuader"
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* Premiering exclusively at Alternative Press
* Latitudes And Longitudes available for only $6 on Bandcamp
* Vinyl 12" pre-order coming in November
* Live From Bad Racket video of "In Tensions"
* Split 7" Pittsburgh release show w/ Shady Ave!

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SIGNALS MIDWEST (Cleveland, OH) has unveiled the video for "The Quiet Persuader," a track from the band's sophomore full-length, Latitudes And Longitudes, on Tiny Engines. The video was directed/edited by Aaron Freeder. You can watch the exclusive premier of the video courtesy of Alternative Press.

Pre-orders for the Latitudes And Longitudes 12" vinyl will begin in November but the album is available digitally now. For a limited time you can download Latitudes And Longitudes for $6 at the Tiny Engines' Bandcamp. You can download via iTunes as well. Also, the band has CDs available here.

Listen to "Limnology" from Latitudes And Longitudes (mp3)

Rarely do you come across a young band that startles you with such inherent quality. While Cleveland, Ohio’s Signals Midwest might be rooted in the ethos of punk rock the band quickly transcends the tag both musically and lyrically on their sophomore album, Latitudes And Longitudes. Paying tribute to the continual growth of legends like Small Brown Bike and Fairweather while echoing modern bands such as Balance And Composure and The Menzingers, Signals Midwest provide a unique perspective that resides firmly outside the punk-by-the-numbers formula.

Signals Midwest formed in late 2008 as a trio and issued their first full-length album in 2009. In 2010 the band expanded to a quartet with the addition of a second guitar player. That would be a pivotal move in the band’s collaborative development. Experimenting with and expanding their sound, Signals Midwest quickly outgrew the standard pop/punk pace. With 2011’s Latitudes And Longitudes there is a fleshed out maturity that shines through. Recorded mostly live, the album bristles with the kind of energy and purpose that emanates from a band confidently growing comfortable in their own skin.

You can also check out a live video of the album opener, "In Tensions". The song was the first performance in the "Live from Bad Racket" series sponsored by Ohio Authority and was directed by Aaron Freeder as well.

Signals Midwest is also playing a show in Pittsburgh, PA this Saturday (10/22) @ 222 Ormsby in celebration of the band's split 7" release with their friends in Shady Ave! so if you're in the area definitely check it out!

Be sure to follow Tiny Engines' Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter pages for more exclusive news over the next few months.

New Cattle Drums Demos! Posted on October 16th, 2011

Cattle Drums have posted two new demos from their upcoming full-length debut on Tiny Engines. The band is still early in the recording process but we're expecting a Spring 2012 release right now.

Heads Up! Posted on October 12th, 2011

A few mailorder notes to go along with Wavelets and CSTVT pre-orders, the 2nd pressing of Tigers Jaw “Spirit Desire” is almost gone (we’ve only got about 20 copies left in stock). So, if you want one get it now! They won't last long but we’ll most definitely be doing a 3rd pressing very soon.

Also, we located some missing black 180 gram Monument LPs and we’ve added those back into our inventory. Those were limited to 50…so super rare! You can grab those as a single copy or in the Monument package deal which we have on sale here.

Wavelets / CSTVT - Pre-Order Now! Posted on October 12th, 2011

WAVELETS - Pre-Order Debut Full-Length from Tiny Engines

Athaletics 12" LP out Nov 29, 2011
• Digital release today via Bandcamp + iTunes
• Download free mp3s from RCRD LBL + PureGrainAudio.com
• Test pressing contest, limited-edition prints, FEST show + more!

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Athaletics, the debut full-length from Gainesville, FL's Wavelets is now available for pre-order from Tiny Engines (Tigers Jaw, CSTVT, Look Mexico, Restorations). The 12" LP will see a November 29, 2011 release date, while the digital version is out today via Bandcamp and iTunes. It's also worth noting that all vinyl pre-orders come with an instant mp3 download for the 9-song album.

Pressed on 180 gram vinyl, Athaletics is limited to 500 on three colorways (75 clear / 150 transparent red / 275 black) and includes a hand-screened insert and an mp3 download code. The first 50 pre-orders will receive a limited-edition, hand-screened print with exclusive artwork by Wavelets' drummer, Lee Kraft. Additionally, all pre-orders will be entered to win a test pressing of the record.

Tiny Engines and Wavelets recently teamed up with RCRD LBL and PureGrainAudio.com to give away two new tracks from Athaletics. Download free mp3s for "Cannonball" and "Cam Taylor Is So American Kushball" here and here.

Additionally, Wavelets was recently included on the Topshelf Records 2011 Label Sampler. This compilation features some of the very best of the underground emo / punk scenes, including Pianos Become The Teeth, Touché Amoré, Moving Mountains, Balance And Composure, La Dispute, Grown Ups, Bars Of Gold and much much more ... not to mention most of the Tiny Engines Roster as well. To download "My Dad The Manatee" from Wavelets, plus 67 other amazing songs, go here.

Recorded by Matt Finch and Ryan Williams at Black Bear Studios (Hot Water Music, Chris Wollard, City Of Ships), Athaletics traverses nine tracks of somersaulting, emotionally charged indie rock (let's just call it emo) that initially feels a little out of place in relation to the tuneful, gruff punk that Gainesville and its bearded denizens have become known for. Still, great music transcends scenes, genres and geographical limitations; in that sense Wavelets is thriving with its boundless energy and freewheeling, friends-first attitude ... not to mention the outfit's ability to create music that is both intricately complex and instantly catchy. It's this unique blend of technicality and structural ingenuity that initially grabs our attention, but it's Athaletics comforting nostalgia and sense of fun that really wins us over and begs for repeat spins. Recommended for fans of Algernon Cadwallader, Street Smart Cyclist and Weatherbox.

Since its 2009 inception, Wavelets has self-released a handful of digital EPs and singles, as well as a 7" split with hometown brethren, Senders. To download the band's full discography, go here. Also, if you have an extra minute, do yourself a favor and download the new EP from Dikembe, which features Wavelets front man Steven Gray as well as bassist Ryan Willems.

Finally, don't forget to catch Wavelets at this year's FEST 10 in Gainesville. The band will be playing on Friday (10/28) at Bar 1982 with Grown Ups, Spraynard, Go Rydell, Nightmares For A Week and more. For additional information, go here.

Signals Midwest joins Tiny Engines / New LP Out Digitally Today Posted on October 3rd, 2011

SIGNALS MIDWEST joins TINY ENGINES / New LP Out Digitally Today
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* Latitudes And Longitudes available for only $6 on Bandcamp
* Vinyl pre-order coming soon
* Live From Bad Racket video of “In Tensions”
* “The Quiet Persuader” video premiere coming to Punknews.org in October
* Upcoming October shows

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Tiny Engines (Tigers Jaw, CSTVT, Look Mexico, Restorations) is excited to welcome Cleveland, OH’s Signals Midwest to its growing roster. The label will release the band’s sophomore full-length, Latitudes And Longitudes, on 12″ vinyl in November.

Pre-orders for the Latitudes And Longitudes vinyl will begin late October/early November with an official release date set for late November. The album is available digitally now. For a limited time you can download Latitudes And Longitudes for $6 at the Tiny Engines’ Bandcamp. You can also download via iTunes.

Listen to “Limnology” from Latitudes And Longitudes (mp3)

Rarely do you come across a young band that startles you with such inherent quality. While Cleveland, Ohio’s Signals Midwest might be rooted in the ethos of punk rock the band quickly transcends the tag both musically and lyrically on their sophomore album, Latitudes And Longitudes. Paying tribute to the continual growth of legends like Small Brown Bike and Fairweather while echoing modern bands such as Balance And Composure and The Menzingers, Signals Midwest provide a unique perspective that resides firmly outside the punk-by-the-numbers formula.

Signals Midwest formed in late 2008 as a trio and issued their first full-length album in 2009. In 2010 the band expanded to a quartet with the addition of a second guitar player. That would be a pivotal move in the band’s collaborative development. Experimenting with and expanding their sound, Signals Midwest quickly outgrew the standard pop/punk pace. With 2011’s Latitudes And Longitudes there is a fleshed out maturity that shines through. Recorded mostly live, the album bristles with the kind of energy and purpose that emanates from a band confidently growing comfortable in their own skin.

Check out a live video of the album opener, “In Tensions”. The song was the first performance in the “Live from Bad Racket” series sponsored by Ohio Authority.

Also, the band recently shot a video for “The Quiet Persuader” which will premeire on Punknews.org in October.

Signals Midwest has a couple of dates in the Cleveland area coming up supporting some amazing bands.

UPCOMING SHOWS
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OCT 05 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern w/ Nothington and Cobra Skulls
OCT 09 – Cleveland Heights, OH @ The Grog Shop w/ Strike Anywhere, The Menzingers, Dead To Me and The Holy Mess

Be sure to follow Tiny Engines’ Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter pages for more exclusive news over the next few months.

Restorations Announce October Tour Posted on October 3rd, 2011

RESTORATIONS – October Tour Announced (10/21 – 10/30)
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• In support of SELF-TITLED LP (Tiny Engines)
• Shows with Look Mexico, Red Collar + more
• Appearances at CMJ, Southband and Down + The FEST 10
• Free mp3s, videos + more

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RESTORATIONS has just announced an East Coast Tour in October – including stops at CMJ, Southband and Down and The FEST – in support of its SELF-TITLED debut LP released earlier this year on Tiny Engines (Tigers Jaw, CSTVT, Look Mexico, Everyone Everywhere).

Joining the Philly outfit will be a couple bands who know a thing or two about performing live: Look Mexico and Red Collar. Restorations will also share the stage with the likes of Bridge And Tunnel, None More Black, Dead To Me, Nightlights, Banquets, Dikembe, Junior Battles and more.

See below for a full tour schedule and other details. As always, if you’d like to attend a show or speak with the band, drop me a line here.

Recorded by Algernon Cadwallader‘s Joe Reinhart and mixed by Jonathan Low (Dr. Dog, Danielson, mewithoutYou), Restorations’ Self-Titled LP is limited to a pressing of 500 and features gatefold jackets with art and design by Bruno Guerreiro. Grab your copy here or from the band at shows. The album is also available digitally via iTunes and Bandcamp.

OCTOBER TOUR
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OCT 21 – Brooklyn, NY – Acquatic People CMJ Showcase @ Fifth Estate Bar w/ Look Mexico, Tidal Arms, Summer Pledge, Ghastly City Sleep
OCT 22 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fire w/ Look Mexico, Kite Party, Lightnening
OCT 23 – Camden, NJ @ Rutgers Camden w/ Look Mexico, Bridge And Tunnel, Banquets
OCT 24 – Alexandria, VA @ Little Man’s Garage (restorationstheband@gmail.com for address) w/ Look Mexico
OCT 25 – Chapel Hill, NC @ The Cave w/ Look Mexico, Red Collar, Gray Young
OCT 26 – Wilmington, NC – Southbound and Down Fest @ The Soapbox w/ Red Collar, Look Mexico, None More Black, Dead To Me, more
OCT 27 – Jacksonville, FL @ TBA w/ Red Collar
OCT 30 – Gainesville, FL – The FEST @ Loosey’s w/ Dikembe, Junior Battles, Nightlights, Failures Union, more

ADDITIONAL MEDIA
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• Music video: “When You’re Older
• Free mp3s: “Broken Vacuum” + “Neighborhood Song
• Listen: “Nonlocality” + “Canadian Club” at The Switchboard Sessions
• Watch: “Nonlocality” + “Broken Vacuum” (Acoustic Performance)
• Release show footage: live performance of full record
• Listen: The Key Studio Sessions (WXPN)

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On Restorations’ Self-Titled debut full-length, the Philly quintet creates songs that are layered, tension-building monsters which lean heavily on a rhythm section that could probably knock a hole in the side of a Sherman tank. Still, that never takes away from the band’s ability to craft warm, stirring melodies, enduring hooks and dynamic song structures. Cascading guitars, pulsing waves of reverb and spacey flourishes are held together by Jon Loudon’s raspy-yet-tuneful growl. His delivery transmits confidence, wisdom and a bit of wear and tear – perhaps from years fronting underground DIY heroes Jena Berlin – but he also sings with a soulful, youthful exuberance that feels like he genuinely loves the process of creating music. If you’ve been searching for a thoughtful, nuanced take on punk and indie rock – and all the sub-genres they entail – Restorations might just be your new favorite band.

PRESS QUOTES
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- Running roughshod across genre boundaries and scene expectations, Restorations is the kind of simmering, nostalgia-steeped record with the power to creep up and haunt you.A.V. Club
- If you pine for music with true staying power instead of the hype-machine bullsh*t then you could stand to set this on repeat to wash away that excess. Beat The Indie Drum
- This S/T trumps anything the band has done, showcasing its unique ability to fuse Americana, folk, shoegaze and roots rock all with a punk rock spirit.AMP
- A shoo-in for my year-end top 10 … a tremendous album with big, indulgent song structures and sheets of beautiful sound.When You Motor Away
- Songs with the same awe-inspiring guitar work as Mogwai and the lyrical and vocal grit and resonance of a Jay Farrar record.Exclaim
- Restorations’ compositions are vast & its song structures are unconventional. More than worth the effort it requires.Alternative Press
- An incredible album, and it just keeps growing on me … the sort of band that sings people’s lives.Independent Clauses
- Thank you, Restorations, for renewing my faith in the rock band with two absolutely fantastic songs.Tympanogram
- Captivating from beginning to end, this is one album that should be in your music collection.Oh So Fresh!
- A rich sound built up on the basis of folk punk and beardcore … a truly fantastic record.Punknews.org
- It will be hard to unseat these guys as my new band of the year.Stuffed Drunk and Merry
- There’s never once a moment where the forward button is a temptation.Verbicide

Wavelets Joins Tiny Engines Posted on October 3rd, 2011

WAVELETS Joins TINY ENGINES
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• Debut LP ATHALETICS out late Fall
• Exclusive song stream @ Absolutepunk.net
• New Track recently featured on Topshelf Records mp3 comp

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Tiny Engines (Tigers Jaw, CSTVT, Look Mexico, Restorations) is stoked to welcome Gainesville, FL’s Wavelets to its growing family of bands. The label will release the quintet’s debut full-length, Athaletics, on 12″ vinyl and digital formats in late Fall. Pre-orders will come at the end of September.

To celebrate the great news, the band and label have teamed up with the folks at Absolutepunk.net to debut “We’re Really Jazzed About The Gig.” Swing by the site and listen to the exclusive stream of this brand new song here.

Additionally, Wavelets was recently included on the Topshelf Records 2011 Label Sampler. This compilation features some of the very best of the underground emo / punk scenes, including Pianos Become The Teeth, Touché Amoré, Moving Mountains, Balance And Composure, La Dispute, Grown Ups, Bars Of Gold and much much more … not to mention most of the Tiny Engines Roster as well. To download “My Dad The Manatee” from Wavelets, plus 67 other amazing songs, go here.

Recorded by Matt Finch and Ryan Williams at Black Bear Studios (Hot Water Music, Chris Wollard, City Of Ships), Athaletics traverses nine tracks of somersaulting, emotionally charged indie rock (let’s just call it emo) that initially feels a little out of place in relation to the tuneful, gruff punk that Gainesville and its bearded denizens have become known for. Still, great music transcends scenes, genres and geographical limitations; in that sense Wavelets is thriving with its boundless energy and freewheeling, friends-first attitude … not to mention the outfit’s ability to create music that is both intricately complex and instantly catchy. It’s this unique blend of technicality and structural ingenuity that initially grabs our attention, but it’s Athaletics comforting nostalgia and sense of fun that really wins us over and begs for repeat spins. Recommended for fans of Algernon Cadwallader, Street Smart Cyclist and Weatherbox.

Since its 2009 inception, Wavelets has self-released a handful of digital EPs and singles, as well as a 7″ split with hometown brethren, Senders. To download the band’s full discography, go here. Also, if you have an extra minute, do yourself a favor and download the new EP from Dikembe, which features Wavelets front man Steven Gray as well as bassist Ryan Willems.

Finally, be sure to follow Tiny Engines’ Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter pages for more exclusive streams and mp3 giveaways from Wavelets over the next few weeks!