Tuesday, August 29, 2006

In Other Grand Palace news...

Posted By on Tue, Aug 29, 2006 at 12:07 PM

On top of being a record store, silkscreen shop, recording studio and live music venue, Murfreesboro's Grand Palace has decided to also be a record label. Vertical integration is the name of the game. They have two releases scheduled for this fall. The first, due out in October, is a 7 inch single from the Turncoats, who would have been your parents' favorite band in '67. The second, due later in the year, is a joint release with the Athens label Happy Happy Birthday to Me to put out Hiroshima's Revenge by Velcro Stars. They recorded a whole bunch of songs for that album, so it's going to take two labels to release that much Superchunk.

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