No mailorder will ship out from October 25th - November 16th.
Beach Slang and Places To Hide vinyl delayed until late November / early December.

New / Upcoming Releases

  • Beach Slang - Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street 7
    Beach Slang - Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street 7" Pre-Order
  • Places To Hide - Wild N Soft 7
    Places To Hide - Wild N Soft 7" Pre-Order
  • Cayetana - Nervous Like Me LP
    Cayetana - Nervous Like Me LP
  • Mannequin Pussy - Gypsy Pervert LP
    Mannequin Pussy - Gypsy Pervert LP
  • Dikembe - Mediumship LP
    Dikembe - Mediumship LP
  • It Looks Sad.
    It Looks Sad. "Self-Titled" 7"
  • Frontier(s) - White Lights 12
    Frontier(s) - White Lights 12"
  • Little Big League / Ovlov - Split 7
    Little Big League / Ovlov - Split 7"
  • Somos - Temple Of Plenty LP (2nd Pressing)
    Somos - Temple Of Plenty LP (2nd Pressing)
  • The Hotelier - Home, Like Noplace Is There LP (3rd Pressing)
    The Hotelier - Home, Like Noplace Is There LP (3rd Pressing)

Places To Hide - Song Premiere on Noisey / New 7" Available For Pre-Order on Tiny Engines

• Wild N Soft 7" out 10/28/14 on Tiny Engines 
• Song Premiere on Stereogum
• Almost Nothing LP name-your-price download on Bandcamp
• Upcoming shows with Joyce Manor, Des Ark & Radiator Hospital + The Fest


Tiny Engines welcomed Atlanta, GA's Places To Hide to the roster in July. The label will be releasing the band's new Wild N Soft EP in October with a LP scheduled for 2015. Wild N Soft 7" Pre-Orders are now live. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp.

You can hear a new single from Wild N Soft now. "Cough Syrup" is premiering exclusively on Noisey/Vice. Previously, "Nowhere Bound" premiered on Stereogum.

The band's 2013 Almost Nothing LP is available for name-your-price download on Bandcamp as well.

Throwing out the "band is maturing" phrase can sometimes be a death knell for what you loved about them in the first place. Barely two years into their formation, Atlanta indie/punk band Places To Hide are assuredly growing up on Wild N Soft. Yet, the band has kept the reckless, lovable spirit of past releases while becoming a bit more nuanced in their approach. Yes, Places To Hide are still loud and addictive, but the youthful abandon that poured out of the band's earlier releases is tempered somewhat on Wild N Soft. The vulnerable, heart-on-sleeve spirit of the band remains though and the songs still have that same irresistible allure and charm. Wild N Soft is perhaps the perfect description for Places To Hide right now. Still wild, but softer, dare we say more mature. Places To Hide might still be finding their way but they are determined to make the journey a fun one regardless.

Places To Hide have some September dates upcoming with Joyce Manor, Des Ark and Radiator Hospital. Dates listed below. Band is also confirmed for The Fest in Gainesville later this year.

Upcoming Shows

SEP 19 - Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506 w/ Joyce Manor & Des Ark
SEP 20 - Atlanta, GA @ Mammal Gallery w/ Joyce Manor & Des Ark

OCT 01 - Atlanta, GA @ Wonderroot w/ Radiator Hospital
OCT 02 - Athens, GA @ Hi-Lo w/ Radiator Hospital
OCT 03 - Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor w/ Radiator Hospital
OCT 04 - Raleigh, NC @ Nice Price Books w/ Radiator Hospital

NOV 02 Gainesville, FL @ THE FEST

Beach Slang - Announces New 7" on Tiny Engines / Upcoming Dates with Modern Baseball

• Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street 7" Coming Sept/Oct 2014 on Tiny Engines
• Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? 7" out now on Dead Broke 
• RIYL: The Replacements, Jawbreaker, Goo Goo Dolls, Superchunk, Japandroids


Tiny Engines is beyond excited to announce the sophomore release from Philadelphia, PA's Beach Slang. Following quickly on the heels of their breakthrough debut, the band went right back to the studio in late June to record Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street, a new 4 song 7", due out this Fall on Tiny Engines. Official digital release is 9/30/14. Official physical release is 10/28/14. Sign up to be notified for when vinyl pre-orders go live HERE. Song premieres coming soon!

The band will be hitting the road with Modern Baseball and I Am The Avalanche in September. Those dates are listed below. The band will also be playing The Fest in Gainesville. More October and November tour dates to be announced soon!

Beach Slang have been the talk of the scene this year making a big splash with their powerful debut EP, Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken?. A supergroup of sorts, featuring James Snyder of Weston, JP Flexner of Ex-Friends and Ed McNulty, formerly of Nona, currently of Crybaby, Beach Slang's seamless mix of indie, emo and pop/punk is the perfect punk rock soundtrack.

Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street - Track Listing

1. All Fuzzed Out
2. Dirty Cigarettes
3. American Girls And French Kisses
4. We Are Nothing

Upcoming Shows

SEP 05 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar w/ Modern Baseball, Chumped, Crow Bait
SEP 06 - Asbury Park, NJ @ The Stone Pony w/ Modern Baseball & I Am The Avalanche
SEP 07 - Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon w/ Modern Baseball & I Am The Avalanche
SEP 08 - Montreal, QC @ Le Petit Olympia w/ Modern Baseball & I Am The Avalanche
SEP 09 - Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks w/ Modern Baseball & I Am The Avalanche
SEP 10 - Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Bar w/ Modern Baseball & I Am The Avalanche
SEP 11 - Detroit, MI @ The Shelter w/ Modern Baseball & I Am The Avalanche

SEP 12 - Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen

OCT 31 - NOV 02: Gainesville, FL (The Fest!)

"And whereas Snyder’s band Weston defined being an awkward teenager in the 90s, Beach Slang catches up with that same goofy kid at forty, stoked as ever on punk rock and loud, brash guitars." - Noisey (feature)

"There's a careening, about-to-explode urgency of the guitars on Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? that's every bit as crucial to these songs' emotional heft as Snyder's lyrics...It may stick pretty close to the down-and-out, but Broken's a fairly life-affirming record." - Pitchfork (full review)

"Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken, sounds like it could've come from an alternate-universe 1996 where Weston matured, maintained their facility for shoutalong hooks, and ruled's a goddamn shame that no radio station is going to give this the kind of airplay it deserves." - Pitchfork (track review)

Mannequin Pussy - Song Premiere on Impose / Debut LP Available For Pre-Order Now On Tiny Engines / Summer Tour

• Gypsy Pervert, out September 2014 on Tiny Engines 
• $4 Digital Pre-Order on Bandcamp
• Artwork by Perry Shall (Diarrhea Planet, Jeff The Brotherhood, Big Eyes)
• RIYL: Joanna Gruesome, White Lung, Big Eyes


Tiny Engines welcomed NYC's Mannequin Pussy to the roster earlier this year. The label is reissuing the band's debut full-length, Gypsy Pervert, remastered and on vinyl for the first time with new artwork by Perry Shall (Diarrhea Planet, Jeff The Brotherhood, Big Eyes). The vinyl is now available for Pre-Order. Also, you can pre-order the digital album for just $4 on Bandcamp.

You can check out a new single now. "Meat Slave 2" is premiering exclusively on Impose. "Someone Like You" previously premiered on Brooklyn Vegan. Also, the band premiered a video for "Clue Juice" from Gypsy Pervert earlier this year on Impose.

Mannequin Pussy began as a duo, Marisa Dabice and Thanasi Paul, childhood pals turned degenerates. The band expanded to a three-piece for their debut album, Gypsy Pervert. The beefed up sound is evident from the beginning as the band shifts seamlessly from grungey punk rock blasts to more textured shoegazey pop. Clocking in at less than 20 minutes, Gypsy Pervert sways urgently back and forth. Raw and confrontational yet still melodic and inviting, Mannequin Pussy shows off a diverse palette on their debut album.

The band is out on tour currently, check the dates below!

Summer Tour

AUG 06 - Charlottesville, VA @ Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar 
AUG 07 - Durham, NC @ Chateau Moby Dick 
AUG 08 - Asheville, NC @ The Odditorium
AUG 09 - Murray, KY @ Terrapin Street
AUG 11 - Fayetteville, AR @ JR’S Lightbulb Club
AUG 12 - Denton, TX @ Rubber Glovers 
AUG 14 - Albuquerque, NM @ Burt’s Tiki Lounge 
AUG 15 - Phoenix, AZ @ Tempe Tavern 
AUG 16 - Los Angeles, CA @ Chao House
AUG 17 - Los Angeles, CA @ Gal Palace
AUG 20 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Nod House
AUG 21 - Denver, CO @ Dryer Plug
AUG 22 - Boulder, CO @ The Goss House
AUG 23 - Omaha, NE @ The Middle Haus AUG 24 - Kansas City, MO @ Vandals
AUG 25 - St. Louis, MO @ The Livery
AUG 26 - Cincinatti, OH @ The Comet 
AUG 27 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project

Cayetana - Song Premiere on The AV Club / Debut LP Available For Pre-Order Now On Tiny Engines

• Nervous Like Me LP out September 2014 on Tiny Engines 
• $6 Digital Pre-Order on Bandcamp
• Song premieres on Stereogum + Noisey/Vice
• RIYL: Waxahatchee, Laura Stevenson, Lemuria, Swearin'


The debut full-length release from Philadelphia, PA's Cayetana, entitled Nervous Like Me, is now available for Pre-Order on Tiny Engines. Also, you can pre-order the digital album for just $6 on Bandcamp.

You can check out a new single from Cayetana's Nervous Like Me now. "Scott Get The Van, I'm Moving" is streaming exclusively on The AV Club. "Dirty Laundry" recently premiered on Stereogum along with an interview. Also, "Serious Things Are Stupid" premiered on Noisey/Vice. Additionally, the band premiered a video for "Hot Dad Calendar" earlier this year on The AV Club as well.

Nervous Like Me will follow up the band's debut Hot Dad Calendar 7" which is available in physical form here or on Bandcamp.

The band has one date in September scheduled, in support of Laura Stevenson on 9/25 @ Amityville Music Hall in Amityville, NY. You can get tickets for the show here.

The story of Cayetana is the story of punk rock. No matter the age, no matter the place, punk rock is all about seizing a moment in time. It is about not waiting for approval or permission to create art. Punk rock is simply about doing it yourself and doing it now. So, it did not matter that these three friends came together to start a band yet knew very little about their instruments. This was their journey to take together. And from there, Cayetana was born. Learning and growing together these friends have crafted a sound that is as organic as music can possibly be. So, it is no surprise how perfectly everything fits into place here. The memorable vocals, the affecting lyrics, the rolling, imaginative bass, and the steady, spiky drums all showcase the remarkable chemistry of three musicians / friends completely in tune with one another. Pulling from elements and influences of indie and folk, Cayetana's sound is all inclusive. It's raw and unflinching, imperfect and beautiful. Yes, Cayetana grabbed their moment. Yes, Cayetana is punk rock.

It Looks Sad. - Video Premiere on The AV Club / Debut 7" Pre-Order Available On Tiny Engines / Upcoming Tour

• Self-Titled 7" out 8/5/14 on Tiny Engines 
• Previous song premieres on Pitchfork / Stereogum / Consequence Of Sound
• RIYL: Beach Fossils, Surfer Blood, Bombay Bicycle Club, Foals


Charlotte, NC's It Looks Sad. are currently premiering their new video for "Fingers" on The AV Club. The song comes from the band's proper Self-Titled debut 7" on Tiny Engines. The vinyl is available for Pre-Order will start to ship out next week. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp. The 7" is set for official release next week, August 5th.

Previous ILS song premieres happened on PitchforkStereogum and Consequence Of Sound.

The band has their local record release show tonight and then will head out on a short tour up the East Coast. Dates listed below.

It Looks Sad. originally began playing shows in early 2012 under the name It Looks Sad, That's Why I Said It's You. After a few line-up shifts the band emerged in late 2013 under the shortened name, It Looks Sad. In the Winter of 2013 the band recorded a handful of shimmering, sharp guitar pop / post-punk songs that echo the influence of bands like Surfer Blood and Beach Fossils. Along with the shortened moniker, It Looks Sad. professes a leaner, more straight-forward approach with their new material. The band's live show is also something to behold as their songs are given a bit more power and room to breathe. Hometown label, Tiny Engines, will release the band's proper Self-Titled debut in the Summer of 2014.

Upcoming Tour Dates 

AUG 01 - Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor
AUG 02 - Greenville, SC @ Radio Room
AUG 03 - Richmond, VA @ Emilio's
AUG 04 - Philadelphia, PA @ Bourbon and Branch
AUG 06 - Manhattan, NY @ Cake Shop
AUG 07 - Washington, DC @ The Beehive
AUG 08 - Norfolk, VA @ Tap House
AUG 09 - Raleigh, NC @ Slim's