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  1. https://www.topshelfrecords.com/products/676972-gulfer-s-t Track List: Intro Blurry Nature Kids Forget Interlude Heat Wave Mall Song Letters Carefully Flashing Symmetry Trips And Falls Outro Pressing Info: first press: /300 - tri-stripe green/blue/yellow /300 - sandy speckle /400 - 180g black Info: Having spent the past couple years wavering between self-doubt and having it figured out, Montreal's Gulfer have returned to the fore with their third full-length record. Composed of thirteen tracks of intricate, dexterous, and incredibly fun, punk-inspired emo tunes, Gulfer sees the Montreal quartet settled into their own with a career-defining record. Set to be co-released through us and the band's first ever Canadian label in Royal Mountain Records, Gulfer is expansive in a way that sets it apart from the debut What Gives and Dog Bless. Delving into their collective influences by drawing from elements of grunge, shoegaze, and contemporaries Oso Oso and Prince Daddy and the Hyena, the band never turn their back on their earliest inspirations, with stylistic threads tracing easily back to Glocca Morra, Algernon Cadwallader, and TTNG. Explosive, agile emo serves as the backdrop to guitarist and vocalists Vincent Ford and Joe Therriault's honest and vulnerable lyricism, with the two sharing the writing process on a record that tackles human nature; exploring self-doubt, resentment, complex relationships, climate change, and the waning of youth. The band never lose the sense of playfulness and fun that is omnipresent in their live show, an undeniable, electric energy that stems from being a group of close friends before all else. Made to represent where they are, rather than worry about how they will be perceived, Gulfer is a statement of confidence and ambition. Free of former notions that they needed to write in a certain way to sound like themselves, the band instead went with their gut and wrote what came naturally. The result is their most definitive work to date, a record that focuses less on ultra-technical musicianship and more on structure, space, and feel. With renewed energy in their freshened sound palette and their most collaborative songwriting yet, Gulfer have created an album that sounds fresh and exciting, which is no small feat for a band with two full-lengths, a handful of EPs, and eight long years under their belt. The deft and interweaving interplay of Ford and Therriault's guitars is grounded by bassist David Mitchell and drummer Julien Daoust, whose dexterities and musicianship animate the album with explosive, emotional kineticism. Having toured much of the world through Japan, Poland, France, Slovakia, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Serbia and many more, and sharing the stage with the likes of PUP, Joyce Manor, Foxing, Into It. Over It., Title Fight, performing at festivals such as SXSW, ArcTanGent, and Pop Montreal, the band is well-positioned to take their rightful spot centre stage, galvanized by their newest and best record, Gulfer. All purchases come with your choice of a FLAC, ALAC, MP3 320, MP3 VBR or AAC 256 download. Please note: This item is a pre-order and will not be available until it is manufactured and delivered to us. We will send download codes on or just before that time.
  2. This is a Pre-Order. Ships 19th August 2016 What Gives has been on constant rotation in our office for months now and we're delighted to finally give this brilliant record a vinyl release. For fans of: Algernon Cadwallader, Grown Ups, Delta Sleep Tracklisting: 01. Bloody Lookin' 02. Getting Hit By Parked Cars 03. Most of May Time 04. Post-Molly 05. Trim It Short 06. Altalalaval 07. Almost Sterling Pressing Info 100 / Green Splatter 400 / Black http://www.bsmrocks.com/products/574440-gulfer-what-gives-lp-pre-order https://gulfer.bandcamp.com/album/what-gives Maybe topshelf will get a different variant?
  3. Two songs from each band, assuming it'll be a 7", coming out April 7th. This split is gonna be killer and y'all who aren't up on these bands are gonna change that real soon. Del Paxton is 90s emo with a little math and Gulfer is math with a little 90s emo, so if you've been a fan of what Topshelf puts out then I have no doubt you'll like at least one of the bands here. Item page: http://www.topshelfrecords.com/products/542886# Press release here: https://madmimi.com/p/2189d5 Free dl of DP's first EP: https://delpaxton.bandcamp.com/ Free/cheap Gulfer music: https://gulfer.bandcamp.com/ Greg from DP's highly underrated previous band who you probably wouldn't know if you didn't live in central NY between 2007-2011: https://beachparade.bandcamp.com/ 1st Press: Clear w/ purple smoke: 100 Tan: 150 Hunter green: 250

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