Louisville’s Little Heart Records has added Great Floods to their roster. An EP is in the works.
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)