Your Turntable's Nashville's Dead: Blog Record Label Preps New Useless Eaters, The Paperhead Singles



It's the dawn of the Dead! If you were tuned into your Internets last night, you probably heard that our local garage-blogging rockers over at Nashville's Dead have broken the fifth wall and become a record label.

We’ve been working on this stuff for a good bit now and it’s finally time to announce that we’re officially jumping into the realm of record labels. That up there is our first release — and we couldn’t be more stoked about it. It’s a Useless Eaters single for “Space City” b/w “Market Rat” and it should be out right around holiday time [so if you're looking for a good cheap gift to get a buddy, there's your answer] The second single, which should come mid-January, is from one of our favorite local bands — The Paperhead [formerly The Looking Glass] The single features “Yellowbook” b/w “Dear Mr. Vacant”. Those Paperhead boys have some pretty sick bizness of their own going on that they’ll tell you about later. We’ve got a whole lot more in the works for the 2011 year [more singles and LPs than we know what to do with] If you would like to nerd out with us for a bit, click below and we’ll give you the skinny on how we’re gonna run most of this stuff…

Gotta say, those sleeves look pretty sick — propers to Miles Johnson, who also puts the kick in the visual style for a certain other record label in town. We're looking forward to putting the needle down on these slices of ultra-vinyl-ence, so congrats to Nashville's Dead youth on their great leap forward.

[Nashville's Dead]

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