Engineer Records

Engineer Records

Official Website: http://www.engineerrecords.com/

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Engineer Records is a truly independent alternative record label, striving to be positive and friendly to everyone we deal with in a punk-rock manner. Engineer has been releasing both well known and unheard of bands, equally, in an underground and ethical manner since 1999. Everyone involved in the label both current and in the past, have been part of the indie, underground, punk and harcore scenes for years, envisioning the label to a broad alternative rock style - but not with just the one type of music. The Engineer philosophy is simple; "If the music is great and we like the band, then let's try to release it properly and get it heard like it deserves."

The record label exists to help promote great bands that move us in a unique and differnt way, and also to help out others who share in our vision. Some bands are, until now, unheard of and should be far better known. Some bands are staples of your record collection already! We're fortunate enough to work with bands of all sizes, and humble ourselves by this everyday. Our bands are from the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, etc... Anywhere in the world, so long as they rock! Our bands always rock, our releases are always top quality and all the people at the label are knowledgeable and friendly.

Engineer is run by indie/hardcore kids for indie/hardcore kids. We are based in two locations: Kent, England in the South East corner, as well as on the east coast USA, in New Jersey...but we promote our releases all over the world! An ever growing label with a hardworking punk-rock ethic.

Please contact us if you can help in any way and check out the bands on this site and their great music! Remember that all Engineer releases and loads more hardcore, indie rock and emo releases and t-shirts are on sale in both the USA Engineer Records Mailorder and UK Engineer Records Distro!

(biography courtesy of Engineer)

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Maker: "West Coast (Medina)"
Maker have posted a new song, "West Coast (Medina)." It's from their self-titled EP due out November 13,…
2012-11-14 09:00:01

Engineer signs The Lion And The Wolf
Engineer Records has added Southampton, UK's The Lion And The Wolf to its roster. The band name is the musical alias of singer/songwriter Thomas George, and the label has already released a new EP from the act. More info on that release is available…
2011-03-22 10:00:02

Jonah Matranga / Mikee J Reds
Jonah Matranga of Far has announced a solo tour of Europe with Mikee J Reds of Call Off The Search. The two musicians will be in Europe and the UK for just one week beginning tomorrow.…
2010-11-09 15:00:01

Sound and Shape: "The Love Electric"
Our stream today comes from Nashville, TN-based Sound and Shape. We've got a stream of the band's new full length, The Love Electric.You can check it out on their Punknews.org…
2009-01-07 16:00:01

Sound & Shape sign to Engineer Records
Nashville, Tennessee's Sound & Shape have announced joining the Engineer Records roster. The band recently released their first full-length Where Machines End Their Lives thru local label Smith7 Records, and will soon release a new EP, titled The Love Electric. The band will next begin recording a new full-length this winter. You can check out some music, along with upcoming tourdates, at the band's MySpace…
2008-09-03 11:00:02

Elemae / Memorial / Soon: "3-Way Split"
Today we've got a new stream of the new volume in Engineer Records' three–way split series. This third edition l features three new tracks apiece from Elemae and Memorial, as well as two new tracks and one from a previous European full–length…
2008-03-18 16:00:03

Elemae / Memorial / Soon to release 3-way split on Engineer
The bands for the next volume in Engineer Records' three–way split series has been announced. The third edition will feature three new tracks apiece from Elemae and Memorial, as well as two new tracks and one from a previous European full–length by Belgium's Soon. It'll be a joint release between Engineer and the non–Ian Mackaye affiliated Embrace Records. You can…
2008-02-23 13:00:03

Engineer Records update us on every band under the sun
Engineer have sent us a few updates for the end of the year. First off, SpeakYourHeart are heading into the studio this weekend and starting the recording work on their next This is how we communicate. Then they'll be heading back to the UK to show off their new songs. They'll be recording at The Mighty Atom studios in rural Wales where Funeral For A Friend. HSD will also be the studio in…
2007-11-25 16:30:02

Engineer posts final Seaweed tribute selections
Engineer has revealed the finale track listing for their upcoming tribute to Seaweed. The label also had this to say about progress towards a release: Its progressing very well, though a bit behind schedule as we are awaiting the final 4 tracks. Not too bad considering we have 15 of the 19 submissions turned in. Unfortunately due to conflicting schedules, we've had to see both Capital and This Is Hell drop off, and Kenny Bridges of Moneen has stepped into Dallas Green's spot. (Kenny turned in a pretty amazing vocal…
2007-11-23 18:30:03

Members of Gaslight Anthem, Thursday, We.re All Broken team up for Seaweed tribute
Gaslight Anthem vocalist / guitarist Brian Fallon and drummer Benny Horowitz, We.re All Broken guitarist Frank Giokas, as well as Thursday bassist Tim Payne and guitarist Steve Pedulla will form a special band to record a contribution to Engineer Records' upcoming Seaweed tribute. The band has yet to be named. This is the second special lineup announced for the record, as Brian Southall of the Receiving End Of Sirens and …
2007-08-14 21:00:02

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