From the Mylene Sheath Newsletter:
“When we [label owners Lindsey and Joel] flew to Boston last December to be with JUNIUS at the record release show for The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist, we knew that TOMBS and the always amazing IREPRESS were going to be opening. But we had no idea that the other opening act would sound like a HEAD AUTOMATICA / DEPECHE MODE hybrid and incite a feel-good, dance-party riot… and blow our minds. Less than a month later, we got in touch with the band and begged them to let us work with them. And so it came to be. Catchy, dancey, bumping, thumping, grooving, and infectious as fuck – HERRA TERRA bring the party and don’t wait for the party to find them. A confident swagger and a humble attitude make up the cocktail of beautiful people, and Herra Terra have these ingredients in spades.
The new album, Quiet Geist, drops in September with artwork being handled by Radar Visual mastermind Michael Repasch-Nieves (Junius) and if you’ve seen his work on the Junius albums, you know it’s going to be top shelf stuff for sure. Recording, mixing, and mastering credits are forthcoming, along with the tracklisting and cover art – stay tuned… the party is about to get started!!!
Wiretap Records has added Call Me Malcolm to the label's roster, with their label debut set to release next ...
Florida-based pop-punks Virginity have inked to Wiretap Records for their upcoming Death To The Party EP, due on June 5 ...
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