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Level Plane RecordsOfficial Website: http://www.level-plane.com/
Artists with releases on this label:
Hot Cross, Get Fucked, Books Lie, Saetia, City Of Caterpillar, Hidden Chord, The Holy Shroud, Envy, Bucket Full Of Teeth, The One AM Radio, Transistor Transistor, Gospel, Coliseum, Mikoto, Forstella Ford, A Day in Black and White, Life at These Speeds, Saviours, Malady, Graf Orlock, Bloody Panda, The Conversions, Defeatist, Get Rad, Drain the Sky, Aussitôt Mort, Sinaloa, Ghostlimb, Landmine Marathon
"Level-Plane records was founded in 1997 with the intention of having a name and mailing address to put on the back cover of the first 7” by SAETIA. The idea that the label would grow to it's current size and enable me to release records for artists as diverse as Muslimgauze, The One AM Radio and Lickgoldensky was something I could never have imagined.
The label has seemingly taken on a life of it's own and has definitely grown past anything I could have ever expected. We're nearing 100 releases and despite the seemingly endless work and occasional frustration I'm thankful for the fact that I'm more excited about being involved with music now than I ever have been before."
(excerpted from http://www.level-plane.com/php/label_detail.php)
North of America to reunite this weekend
Influential Halifax, NS post-punk/math rock outfit North of America (get it?) will be reuniting this Saturday in Montreal for a show as part of the Blue Skies Turn Black 10th Anniversary show. More information is available here. The band, which started in 1997, has reunited sporadically over the years. They notably…
Phoenix, AZ's Landmine Marathon will be touring April along the East Coast leading up to the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. The band released Rusted Eyes Awake last year through Level Plane. …
Sinaloa have announced tour dates in March of this year. They are supporting, Oceans of Islands, released in…
Graf Orlock talk "Destination Time Today," tours
Graf Orlock recently posted a MySpace Blog about the status of their new album, Destination Time Today. The band notes that the album is in the works and will be pressed in the coming weeks. Level-Plane is pressing the CD and the LP is going to be pressed by their new label Vitriol Records (operated by the band itself), US releases, and Adagio830 Records, European release. Their also plaing a European tour with Ghostlimb from June 14th…
Graf Orlock detail "Destination Time Today"
Cinema grind/hardcore act Graf Orlock have detailed their forthcoming album, Destination Time Today. The record is the third in a trilogy which also includes Destination Time Yesterday and Destination Time Tomorrow. Two tracks from the album, "Run Over By a Truck" and "Jamming in Traffic" can be streamed on their myspace…
Transistor Transistor: "Morning Sickness"
Transistor Transistor has posted "Morning Sickness" from their recent LP Ruined Lives. Check out the track at their Myspace page. The band tells us that a European tour is being discussed. We recently talked with Nat about his appendix issues that canceled their recent…
Punknews interviewer Ryan Raffin recently caught up with Transistor Transistor's Nat Coghlan to speak about their new album, Ruined Lives, as well as Coghlan's recent trip to the hospital to deal with a trouble-making…
Transistor Transistor document their hospital adventure for us
As you may recall, Transistor Transistor recently had to cancel a number of tour dates after one of their members contracted appendicitis. The band had originally planned to keep us posted with a diary of their wacky touring adventures, but the exploding internal organ problem led to them instead documenting their wacky hospital adventure. So, without further…
Transistor Transistor drop off tour
Transistor Transistor have been forced to cancel their ongoing tour after one of their members contracted appendicitis: He'd been having some stomach pains lately, so after a brief debate we decided to stop in an emergency room in bum fuck Connecticut. Long story short, Nat got checked out, juiced up on pain medication, and eventually went under the knife. His appendix was succesfully removed and he is currently recovering. So the good news is that Nat is ok. The bad news is that surgery doesn't allow a man to rock out on…
Transistor Transistor: "Letter of Resignation"
Transistor Transistor have posted the first song from their second album for Level Plane. The label has also launched a pre–order which will give people the option of a limited gold–coloured vinyl. Pre–ordrs are here. You can find "Letter of Resignation" on their myspace page. The new record is titled Ruined Lives and is due…
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