Little Heart Records continues to gather up punk and post-punk (and variations thereon) bands, building a pretty impressive roster for a Louisville label. A Syd Bishop review of You And Yours by Fast Friends, a Louisville post-punk band, has the band listed as a Little Heart act but the label’s website doesn’t list them, suggesting that Bishop is ahead of the label. It’s a ‘problem’ most labels would die for, of course. In any case, read it yourself here.
11/1/2013 The Longbranch Saloon – Knoxville, TN
11/2/2013 Mahogany’s – Covington, KY
11/3/2013 Frankie’s Inner City – Toledo, OH
11/4/2013 Stone Tavern – Kent, OH
11/5/2013 The Bug Jar – Rochester, NY
11/6/2013 St Vitus – New York, NY
11/9/2013 RCM - Hagerstown, MD
11/10/2013 Deep South – Raleigh, NC
11/14/2013 The Millroom – Asheville, NC
11/15/2013 The Rutledge – Nashville, TN
11/16/2013 The Vernon Club – Louisville, KY (Little Heart Records 8th Anniversary Weekend!)
11/22/2013 The Up and Under Pub – Milwaukee, WI
Uh Huh Baby Yeah!, now coming off a successful Vans Warped tour, have been busy recording and have released a new demo for “Natural Born Thriller.” Give it a listen:
There’s a bit of a story at Altsounds.com
So this is a rather unusual situation for a benefit – asking for donations to help someone succeed rather to help someone out of a bad jam. An all together easier decision to make, I think.
Little Heart Records’ Facebook page yesterday was all atwitter about AMP Magazine putting an audio stream from Uh Huh Baby Yeah! on the front page.
Go look (warning: slow loading)
New York-based Streaker Records has signed Louisville’s Uh Huh Baby Yeah, which has been recording with Little Heart Records. Streaker will release on their new EP, Trash Talk, due out on April 23 via Streaker Records/Little Heart Records. For more about Streaker Records, check out this article at Substream Music Press news.