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"DEEP ELM RECORDS is about the music that moves us, the outstanding bands that create it and our desire to make you aware of both. We see our label being about people coming together, meeting, singing and sharing that experience with each other...those are the times that we remember forever. It's about this power of music...and that's what music is all about. Music inspires. Founded on respect for music and the creative process, a do-it-together philosophy and undying integrity in everything we do, Deep Elm strives to further our strong reputation as one of the world's most reliable sources of quality independent recordings.

Beginning with the release of a seven inch record in 1996 and now with nearly ninety releases in our catalog, Deep Elm continues to build a better label - one that operates on principles other than the pursuit of earnings. Deep Elm frowns upon the politics that often plague our scene, choosing instead to focus exclusively on music."

excerpted from http://www.deepelm.com/about_content.html

Deep Elm is best known for their 10-volume series of compilations called the Emo Diaries, as well as being the starting place for such bands as Planes Mistaken For Stars, Brandtson, The Appleseed Cast, and The White Octave.

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Papermoons announce 'No Love,' stream two songs
Austin, TX's Papermoons will release their new full-length No Love on September 17, 2013, following up New Tales which was initially released by Team Science in 2008 and reissued by Deep Elm Records in 2009. Deep…
2013-08-29 16:30:01

Deep Elm signs Our Lost Infantry
Deep Elm Records, who we haven't heard much from in some time, have signed "progressive post-rock quartet" Our Lost Infantry. The band describes their influences as including Radiohead, King Crimson, At The Drive-In and others. The band will be releasing their debut, The New Art History, on November 14,…
2012-10-23 11:00:01

Latterman's 'Turn Up the Punk, We'll Be Singing' is free today
Deep Elm Records has made Latterman's remastered debut Turn Up the Punk, We'll Be Singing available today as a free download. The free release is part of the label's ongoing series of free albums to be released on Wednesdays. Grab it…
2011-11-30 12:00:01

Public Radio: "Forgot Love"
Public Radio has released a new video for "Forgot Love," a track from their new EP for Deep Elm Records,…
2011-03-24 09:00:01

Benton Falls: 'Ashes and Lies'
Deep Elm Records has posted a new collection of unreleased songs from Benton Falls for streaming. Head here to listen to Ashes and Lies. This is the first release for the Santa Rosa, CA-based emo group since Guilt Beats Hate way back in…
2010-12-27 18:00:01

Deep Elm signs Athletics
Deep Elm Records has signed Asbury Park NJ post-rock quintet Athletics. They have digitally released their debut full length album Why Aren't I Home? Check out the album here.…
2010-10-29 10:00:01

The Lions Rampant: "Crazy or Liar"
Today we've got a new video from Kentucky-based The Lions Rampant. The blues and garage-influenced band released It's Fun to Do Bad Things on Deep Elm Records this year. The track in the video is the A side of the Lions Rampant 7" vinyl release Deep…
2010-09-14 11:00:01

Deep Elm releases free digital sampler
Deep Elm Records has posted a new, free 18 song sampler culled from their recent roster. Participating acts include She Bears, Les Sages, This Drama, The Lions Rampant, Moonlit Sailor, Public Radio, Papermoons, Moving Mountains, Cari Clara, Goonies Never Say Die, Nathan Xander, Late Night Condition, Down To Earth, Track a Tiger, Ride Your Bike, Desoto…
2010-05-13 10:30:06

Deep Elm releases new album from Les Sages
Deep Elm Records has announced its newest release. It's Share This, the new full-length from Salt Lake City, UT's Les Sages. A preview of the release can be downloaded…
2010-05-07 10:00:01

Deep Elm looking for submissions for "Emo Diaries 12"
Deep Elm has posted a request for submissions for the upcoming volume of their resuscitated Emo Diaries series. After calling it quits in 2004, the series was resurrected by the release of Emo Diaries 11: Taking Back What's Ours in 2007. The label had this to…
2010-04-14 14:30:06

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