New / Upcoming Releases

  • Places To Hide - Wild N Soft 7
    Places To Hide - Wild N Soft 7"
    Coming Soon
  • Cayetana - Nervous Like Me LP Pre-Order
    Cayetana - Nervous Like Me LP Pre-Order
  • Mannequin Pussy - Gypsy Pervert LP Pre-Order
    Mannequin Pussy - Gypsy Pervert LP Pre-Order
  • Dikembe - Mediumship LP Pre-Order
    Dikembe - Mediumship LP Pre-Order
  • It Looks Sad.
    It Looks Sad. "Self-Titled" 7" Pre-Order
  • Frontier(s) - White Lights 12
    Frontier(s) - White Lights 12" Pre-Order
  • Little Big League / Ovlov - Split 7
    Little Big League / Ovlov - Split 7"
  • Dikembe / The Jazz June - Split 7
    Dikembe / The Jazz June - 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)

It Looks Sad. - Song Premiere on Stereogum / Debut 7" Pre-Order Available On Tiny Engines

• Self-Titled 7" out August 2014 on Tiny Engines 
• Previous song premieres on Pitchfork + Consequence Of Sound
• RIYL: Beach Fossils, Surfer Blood, Bombay Bicycle Club, Foals

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The debut Self-Titled 7" from Charlotte, NC's It Looks Sad. is available forPre-Order on Tiny Engines. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp. The 7" is set for official release in August.

You can check out a new song from the band's debut 7" now. "Oceans" is premiering exclusively on Stereogum. Additionally, you can check out previous It Looks Sad. song premieres on Consequence Of Sound and Pitchfork.

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.

The band has some summer tour dates upcoming. Details below:

Upcoming shows
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Friday, August 1st: Charlotte, NC - Snug Harbor

Saturday, August 2nd: Greenville, SC -Radio Room

Sunday, August 3rd: Richmond, VA - Emilio's

Monday, August 4th: Baltimore, MD - TBA

Tuesday, August 5th: Philadelphia, PA - Bourbon and Branch

Wednesday, August 6th: Manhattan, NY - Cake Shop

Thursday, August 7th: DC - House show (more TBA)

Friday, August 8th: Norfolk, VA - Belmont House

Saturday, August 9th: Raleigh, NC - Slim's 

Dikembe - Song Premiere on Spin / New LP Available For Pre-Order On Tiny Engines / Tour with Weatherbox Upcoming

• Mediumship LP out August 2014 on Tiny Engines 
• First song premeire on Noisey/Vice 
• Split 7" with The Jazz June Available Now
• RIYL: Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, Balance & Composure

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The sophomore LP from indie/emo band, Dikembe, entitled Mediumship, is now available for Pre-Order. The LP is officially out in August on Tiny Engines. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp. In support of the record the band will be hitting the road for a full US tour with Weatherbox, starting in July. Dates listed below.

You can hear a new song from Mediumship now. "Get Harder" is streaming exclusively on Spin. Also, "Hood Rat Messiah" previously premiered on Noisey/Vice along with an interview with front man, Steven Gray.

Halfway through its first track it might seem safe to assume that Dikembe’s sophomore record is more interested in melody than mood.Mediumship favors dynamics and depth and space to explore. These songs haunt, to say the least, maybe because the band has nudged melody further to the forefront. It’s only during subsequent listens that one realizes how moody Dikembe’s melodies actually are, it comes from feedback that rises like a sunset haze, chords that drone like a tree of cicadas—the sounds that swell behind the melody—at which point it becomes clear that the band is no less noisy than on their preceding releases, just more strategic. Mediumshipreveals Dikembe as band that has mastered their sound and is now flexing all their musical muscles.

Also, Dikembe recently debuted a new song from their split 7" with The Jazz June, out now on Tiny Engines / Topshelf. "Healer Of The Pride" was recorded during the Mediumship sessions. You can hear the song on Pitchfork. The split 7" vinyl is available for Order or digitally on Bandcamp.

Mediumship follows up the band's previous TE albums, the Broad Shoulders LP and the Chicago Bowls EP. Of note, Pre-Orders for the 3rd pressing of Broad Shoulders are now available as well.

Dikembe dates with Weatherbox
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JUL 11 - Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn
JUL 12 - Charlotte, NC @ Area 15
JUL 13 - Chapel Hill @ Local 506
JUL 14 - Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
JUL 15 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes
JUL 16 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Fire
JUL 17 - Brooklyn, NY @ St. Vitus
JUL 18 - Albany, NY @ The Ice House 
JUL 19 - Long Island, NY @ The Woodshop
JUL 20 - Boston, MA @ Great Scott
JUL 22 - Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
JUL 23 - Toronto, ON @ The Cave at Lee's Palace 
JUL 24 - Cleveland, OH @ Mahall's 
JUL 26 - Chicago, IL @Township
JUL 27 - St. Louis, MO @ The Demo
JUL 29 - Lawrence, KS @ Art Closet Studio
JUL 30 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater 
JUL 31 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Shred Shed
AUG 02 - San Francisco, CA @ TBD
AUG 03 - Pomona, CA @ Growing Up is Dumb Fest
AUG 05 - San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
AUG 06 - Murrieta, CA @ The Dial
AUG 07 - Mesa, AZ @ 51 West

Little Big League - Song Premiere on Wondering Sound / Ovlov Split 7" Available For Pre-Order on Tiny Engines / Tour Dates with The Hotelier + Foxing Announced

• Split 7" out August 2014 on Tiny Engines 
• Previous Little Big League / Ovlov songs streaming on Stereogum + Pitchfork
• Upcoming Little Big League and Ovlov tour dates

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Tiny Engines will be releasing a split 7" between Philadelphia, PA's Little Big League and Newtown, CT's Ovlov in August. The 7" is available now for Pre-Order. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp

You can now hear another new Little Big League song. "Pure Bliss Choices" is premiering exclusively on Wondering Sound. Previously, Ovlov's "The Great Crocodile" premiered on Stereogum and Little Big League's "Year Of The Sunhouse" premiered on Pitchfork.

This release follows up 2013 debut LPs from both bands, Little Big League's These Are Good People on Tiny Engines and Ovlov's am onExploding In Sound.

Little Big League just confirmed August shows with Foxing and labelmates, The Hotelier. The band is also confirmed for Riot Fest in Toronto and The Fest in Gainesville later this year. Ovlov has some upcoming Summer tour dates on the horizon including dates with Basement, Superheaven, Pity Sex and Donovan Wolfington.

Little Big League shows
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AUG 03 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Fire w/ The Hotelier, Foxing and Prawn
AUG 04 - Washington, DC @ DC9 w/ The Hotelier and Foxing
AUG 05 - TBA
AUG 06 - Atlanta, GA @ Under the Couch w/ The Hotelier and Foxing
AUG 07 - Jacksonville, FL @ Underbelly w/ The Hotelier and Foxing
AUG 08 - Orlando, FL @ Backbooth w/ The Hotelier and Foxing
AUG 09 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ TBA w/ The Hotelier and Foxing
AUG 10 - Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem w/ The Hotelier and Foxing
AUG 11 - Birmingham, AL @ The Forge w/ The Hotelier and Foxing
AUG 12 - Nashville, TN @ Cafe Coco w/ The Hotelier and Foxing

Ovlov shows
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JUN 19 - Danbury, CT @ Heirloom Arts Theatre w/ Ought & Laundry Day

JUN 28 - Brighton, MA @ Roggies w/ Donovan Wolfington
JUN 29 - Bloomfield, CT @ Nicolas' Cage w/ Donovan Wolfington
JUN 30 - New York @ Shea Stadium w/ Donovan Wolfington
JUL 01 - Philadelphia @ The Fire w/ Donovan Wolfington
JUL 02 - Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter w/ Donovan Wolfington
JUL 04 - Nashville, TN @ Neuhau5 w/ Donovan Wolfington

AUG 16 - Detroit, MI @ The Pike Room w/ Basement, Superheaven, & Pity Sex
AUG 17 - Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar w/ Basement, Superheaven, & Pity Sex
AUG 18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer w/ Basement, Superheaven, & Pity Sex
AUG 19 - New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall w/ Basement, Superheaven, & Pity Sex
AUG 20 - Boston, MA @ The Sinclair w/ Basement, Superheaven, & Pity Sex

Beach Slang Joins Tiny Engines / New Release Out Fall 2014

• Sophomore Release Coming Fall 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

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Following quickly on the heels of their breakthrough debut, Philadelphia, PA's Beach Slang will head right back in the studio in late June to record a new release that will come out in the Fall on Tiny Engines. The new material will follow up the band's debut EP, Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken?.

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 Summer soundtrack.

Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? is now available for Order from Dead Broke Rekerds. The EP is also available digitally on Bandcamp, as well as iTunes andSpotify. The EP was recorded in August 2013 at The Gradwell House In Haddon Heights, NJ by Dave Downham and mastered at Armstrong Recording Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma by Stephen Egerton.

The band will be playing their very first shows this month with Crow Bait (Don Giovanni). Dates are listed below. The band has also been confirmed for The Fest in Gainesville this Fall. More shows to come!

Summer Shows
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JUN 12 - Long Island, NY @ Soul Sounds
JUN 13 - Brooklyn, NY @ Suburbia
JUN 14 - Philadelphia, PA @ Golden Tea House

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 MTV...it's a goddamn shame that no radio station is going to give this the kind of airplay it deserves." - Pitchfork (track review)

Frontier(s) - Song Premiere + Interview on Noisey / Pre-Order New 12" On Tiny Engines / Upcoming Tour Dates

• White Lights 12" out July 2014 on Tiny Engines 
• August tour dates announced
• Frontier(s) features members of Elliott, Falling Forward, Mouthpiece, The Enkindels
• RIYL: Elliott, Texas Is The Reason, Balance And Composure, Rival Schools, Fairweather

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The long-awaited new release from Frontier(s) is due out in July on Tiny Engines. The 5 song White Lights 12" is now available for Pre-Order. The EP is also available for digital pre-order on Bandcamp. The band will also be playing a rare string of shows this Summer in support of White Lights. Those upcoming August dates are listed below.

You can hear a new song from White Lights now. "Bare Hands" is streaming exclusively on Noisey/Vice. The song accompanies an interview with front man, Chris Higdon. Additionally, "Our March" is premiering on The AV Club.

Frontier(s) features former Elliott / Falling Forward front man Chris Higdon and Matt Wieder (guitar) of Mouthpiece / The Enkindels. The new EP will follow up the band's debut LP, There Will Be No Miracles Here, issued on Arena Rock and No Sleep in 2010. The band recorded once again with Elliott / Wax Fang drummer Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket, Young Widows, Coliseum) at La La Land Studios in the band's hometown of Louisville, KY.

Upcoming August Shows
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AUG 12 - Louisville, KY @ Haymarket 
AUG 13 - Lancaster, PA @ The Seed
AUG 14 - Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
AUG 15 - Brooklyn, NY @ St. Vitus
AUG 16 - Garwood, NJ @ Crossroads
AUG 17 - Washington, DC @ DC9