Kylesa is launching their own label, Retro Futurist Records, this January, starting with the Ja. 28 release of Sierra's Pslip.
“The idea behind Retro Futurist Records is to provide an artist-friendly home to bands we like and bands we feel are relevant in aesthetic, sound, concept and/or ethics,” says Laura Pleasants.
The first release to come from the Savannah-based label is a vinyl release of Sierra’s debut album Pslip. The Kitchener prog trio will join Kylesa for a leg of the band’s European tour (Jan. 19 to Feb. 2). Pslip was produced by Cope and recently described by Caught in the Carousel as “so wrought with high-octane power, crunching riffs, catchy melodies, and good old-fashioned rock and roll that you’ll want to hear it over and over again.”
Releases for Jagged Vision, Darkentries, and Wet Socks are also in the works.
Future Retro Futurist releases (available lp/digital):
Jagged Vision Harvest Earth – Feb. 25, 2014
Darkentries - The Make Believe – March 25, 2014
Wet Socks - Title TBA – April 29, 2014
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