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Fiddler Records

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

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The starting point for such massively popular groups as New Found Glory and Dashboard Confessional, Fiddler Records is a label to watch in upcoming years. Their current roster includes ex-As Friends Rust band Salem, as well as pop-metalcore poster boys The Bled.

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The Higher depart from Fiddler
Fiddler and The Higher have officially parted ways and the band is currently searching for a label. The band said only: [We are] now officially unsigned! The t's are crossed, the i's are dotted, and the papers were signed, sealed, and delivered on Thanksgiving Eve. You should have seen the smiles and celebrations that took place that evening. We will now gladly explore our options as free agents, with the aid of Pete "J.R." Wasilewski and the CT Mafia management group. The Higher…
2005-11-26 11:33:54

Classic Case full album stream and download
Classic Case have posted some new material from their upcoming Fiddler debut, Dress to Depress. The album is due out October 18th from the band, which includes former members of Glassjaw. In addition to a full album stream on their website, the band has posted the track "Hospitalized" on myspace for download. The band will follow the release with a…
2005-10-13 09:03:16

The Higher announce touring plans
The Higher have announced a number of dates over the next few months support their debut full length, Hisitronics. The band will be touring with Nural, Still Life Projector and Paint By Numbers as well as supporting Unwritten Law and Less Than Jake.…
2005-09-16 12:54:02

Classic Case sets date, posts e-card
Classic Case has set an October 18th, 2005 release date for their upcoming Fiddler debut, Dress to Depress. The band, which includes former members of Glassjaw, has also posted a three song player which you can find here. The band also has some dates lined up over the next few…
2005-09-09 09:27:36

Salem (2002-2005)
Salem, which formed from the remanents of As Friends Rust in 2002 after the departure of vocalist Damien Moyal, has called it a day. The band posted a statement on their website: Not for the usual reasons of "musical differences" or whatever bands usually say when they break up though. Instead, we have come to the realization that the material we are writing now is so different musically that we are longer that band anymore. In light of this, we have…
2005-08-10 09:24:41

Name Taken (1999-2005)
Orange, CA's Name Taken have called it quits. A full statement is expected on the band's website tomorrow. Name Taken most recently released Hold On in 2004 via Fiddler Records. They toured earlier this year with Mae and Reliant K and are slated to appear on the upcoming Warped Tour…
2005-05-18 21:35:51

New track from The Higher
The Higher has made a new track available from their upcoming release, Histrionics. The record, due May 3rd, is their full length debut and the follow up to 2003's Star Is Dead EP. The track is available courtesy of Decoy Music and you can check it out at the bottom of the main page: "Valentines…
2005-03-28 15:05:43

E-card from the Higher posted
Fiddler has posted an e-card for the upcoming debut full-length from the Higher. You can click here to check out the card, which lets you stream two songs: "Lo" and "Rock My Body." Histronics, the band's followup to the 2003 Star Is Dead EP, will be out May 3rd. In related news, Fidder has put…
2005-02-28 23:51:19

Name Taken video, touring with Mae, Relient K
Name Taken will be headed out on tour with Reliant K, and Mae starting in February. The band also posted the video for "Control" which comes from their full length debut Hold On released last…
2005-01-22 10:05:50

Salem cancels UK dates, parts with guitarist.
The latest letter from Fiddler includes this news about Salem: On behalf of Salem, we regret to inform everyone that Salem had to pull off the entire Johnny Truant tour in the UK. They apologize for not being able to make it over there this time, but they will make it back to the UK sometime soon. Along with the above, they are also regretfully announcing the departure of their guitarist, Joe Simmons. Salem's tour plans for the rest of the year will remain intact, starting from…
2004-09-18 22:57:29

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