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New Science Projects - "Bikini Salute" Now Available!
Friday, 21 January 2011
New Science Projects' new album "BIKINI SALUTE" is now available!



Preview and download the album right now at nspnsp.com.
Available in digipak CD and high quality digital download.

Denton Release Show: Sat Jan 22 at Rubber Gloves
Dallas Release Show: Sun Jan 23 at Good Records

Digipak CD Locations:
Denton: Recycled Books
Dallas: Good Records

Digital Download Locations:
Bandcamp (preferred)
Amazon
iTunes

Listen to the entire record below. Buy if you like it.
Choose your own download quality, mp3 or lossless FLAC.
Feel free to click "Share" and post the entire album or
just one song to your Facebook/website/blog.

Happy Birthday To Us!
Thursday, 06 January 2011
We're FIVE years old!



2010 - Year End Review
Tuesday, 28 December 2010
We'd like to thank everyone whos been involved, played, supported and attended any of our showcases and/or listened, downloaded and purchased any of our albums this year. We've released three records, put together and hosted six Episodes, two Dead Week Print Shows, a NX35 Showcase, a night of Rubber Gloves annual Free Week, a few special Release and Going-Away events and posted six Podcasts in 2010. We've got some really great plans for the beginning of 2011, so please stay tuned for more information. Thanks again!

DC9 - Best Song #12
Thursday, 16 December 2010
The Dallas Observer's local music blog DC9 At Night is currently posting "The Best Songs In Dallas Music, 2010" online
and they chose our friend Ryan Thomas Becker's track "So Speak" off the "Neighborhoof" album we released as their #12 "Best Song."

"Technically, Ryan Thomas Becker's latest solo album, Neighborhoof (no, that's not a typo), didn't come out in 2010. It came out in 2009, at the very tail end. Given the timing of these year-end lists, it didn't make our 2009 cut. But it very much makes our 2010 one -- mostly because it's incredibly deserving. Like pretty much everything Becker does. Long hailed for his animated live performances both in solo settings and as part of his main gig in RTB2, Neighborhoof highlights a different side of Becker -- a softer side. And whereas RTB2, more often than not, flashes Becker's monumental guitar-playing talents, Neighborhoof, by turning the volume down a few notches, finds Becker establishing himself as one of the great songwriting talents of the region. Really, the entire album stands as such a testament. It's a vast collection that showcases his many different sides as a performer. But they all stand as proof of one thing: When it comes to immediately classic Americana takes, no one in the region can top Becker. In many ways, he's a performer that seems somewhat out of place in the modern era. Other artists in the region painstakingly strive from retro-leaning sounds; for Becker and his classic rock sound, it all seems to come quite easily -- and not as some sort of statement on trends, but rather as a statement on proper taste. All throughout Neighborhoof, that much smacks listeners in the face -- but never moreso than on the album closer, "So Speak," which jumps out because, for the most part, it's so different from the rest of this performer's catalog. Less a rock song and more a somber pop romp, "So Speak" boasts perhaps the most tasteful guitar play we've heard in these past 12 months. And it's a special kind of tasteful, too -- the kind that, in a lesser performer's hands, might come off somewhat cheesy. In Becker's hands, though, it's just another adornment toward the song's heart-wrenching end. And, in the end, 2010 proved a storybook one for Becker. In a far less heart-wrenching and far more heart-warming turn, Becker and his playing partner in RTB2, drummer Grady Don Sandlin, who faced incredibly stiff competition in this year's Dallas Observer Music Awards, walked away from our awards ceremony with the title of Best Group in the region. For good reason, too. Becker's among the region's greatest musical treasures. And with Sandlin by his side -- as he is on Neighborhoof, too, providing the drum beat and graciously removing his name from the big lights -- no one else was more deserving."

CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE ARTICLE AND LISTEN TO THE SONG ONLINE.

Pegasus News - Dead Week Print Show Review
Sunday, 12 December 2010
Local music blog Pegasus News posted a nice concert review of our Dead Week Print Show today.

"DENTON — Saturday night was the end of Dead Week in Denton. That’s when college students are supposed to take a week off from scheduled classes to prepare for finals that start on Monday. And to celebrate this supposed break, dozens of students and local music junkies flocked to Rubber Gloves for the Dead Week Print Show. The show was presented by Gutterth Productions, which will come as no surprise to those paying attention to the local music scene. Gutterth has been behind some of the finest shows we’ve seen this year in Denton. Considering the fact that they have acts like Daniel Folmer, Ryan Thomas Becker, and Dear Human in their stable, there is no question why they are consistently able to produce entertaining shows around town. 2010 was another fine year for the folks at Gutterth. They had some help for this one, though: from Pan-Ector Industries, the Denton based screen printing company who posted up in the corner of Rubber Gloves and made custom tees – or anything else really – during the concert. (“Our prices are reasonable and our shop is very cat friendly,” says their website. Good to know.) The Printmaking Association of North Texas Students, or P.A.N.T.S. as they are known, also helped put the event together. A few examples of their outstanding pieces of art were on display in the back room of RGRS for folks to peruse. Oh, and then there was the show. Peopleodian, Dear Human, and Pinkish Black made up the musical entertainment for the evening, three North Texas bands on the rise. The one overwhelming takeaway is that Peopleodian is quickly becoming one of the premier groups in the region. It is remarkable how much they have grown in the past few months, and they are still getting better. Ally Hoffman has never seemed more confident behind the microphone, while the band behind her gets more crisp with each passing show. Be on the lookout for this group in early 2011. In the end, Saturday night was a nice distraction for those facing the daunting task of final exams next week, and yet another addition to the string of fantastic shows Gutterth has put on recently. As we wind down 2010, it was a perfect show to see three hype-worthy groups of the year."

CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE ARTICLE ONLINE.

DC9 - Best Song #50
Friday, 10 December 2010
The Dallas Observer's loacl music blog DC9 At Night is currently posting "The Best Songs In Dallas Music, 2010" online
and they started off with Dear Human's track "Waiting" off the "Dear Human" EP we released as their #50 "Best Song."

New Science Projects - Bikini Salute!
Monday, 06 December 2010
We're excited to announce we'll be releasing New Science Project's album "Bikini Salute" on January 22nd through Gutterth Records!

Please join us that evening, Saturday January 22nd, to celebrate the release with a free show at Rubber Gloves in Denton
with performances by New Science Projects, Delmore Pilcrow, Two Knights, Dust Congress and Real Live Tigers.



CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE ALBUM.

My Denton Music - Spotlight
Sunday, 05 December 2010
Local music blog My Denton Music posted a 'Spotlight' on our upcoming Dead Week Print Show this Saturday at Rubber Gloves.

"To celebrate the semester wrapping up Gutterth Records and Pan Ector Industries are hosting the Dead Week Print Show at Rubber Gloves on Saturday, December 11th. Next door, the Meme Gallery will be presenting artwork by the Printmaking Association of North Texas Students. There will also be live screen printing by Pan Ector at the show. It wouldn’t be a show without bands though! So Gutterth is showcasing a few local acts. Dark synth duo Pinkish Black will be joined by super fast prog-rock outfit Dear Human and the electro stylings of Peopleodian. Celebrate the end of a long semester by getting a print made just for you!"

CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE ONLINE.

Dead Week - Print Show!
Monday, 29 November 2010
We've teamed up with Pan-Ector and P.A.N.T.S. again to put together a really great art and music showcase.
Featuring artwork by P.A.N.T.S. in le MeMe Gallery (connected to RGRS), live screen printing by Pan-Ector Industries
and music by Pinkish Black, Dear Human and Peopleodian. Doors open at 9:00. Music starts at 10:00.

Danny Rush + The Designated Drivers!
Tuesday, 05 October 2010
We're happy to announce we'll be releasing "Danny Rush + The Designated Drivers" on November 20th through Gutterth Records!

Please join us that evening, Saturday November 20th, to celebrate the release with a free show at Rubber Gloves in Denton
with performances by Daniel Folmer, Caleb Ian Campbell, Burntsienna Trio and Spooky Folk.



CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE ALBUM.

Gutterth Podcast 16
Monday, 13 September 2010
We've posted a new Podcast!

The sixteenth episode of the Gutterth Podcast features songs by Dust Congress, Drug Mountain, Nervous Curtains, Delmore Pilcrow, The Timeline Post, Summer of Glaciers, New Science Projects, Daniel Francis Doyle, The Heartstring Stranglers, Kaboom, Daniel Folmer, The Angelus, David Saylor of Drink To Victory, PD Wilder, The Paper Chase, and an exclusive interview and live acoustic recording with Shiny Around The Edges.

Subscribe to the Podcast via the iTunes/Zune or any other RSS feed capable program with these feel urls:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=306939868
http://www.gutterth.com/podcast/?feed=podcast

RGRS - Free Week/Day Host
Thursday, 19 August 2010
We've been asked by Rubber Gloves again this year to curate an evening of their annual "Free Week".
Please join us Friday, September 3rd for a free showcase featuring Nervous Curtains, NSP, Pinkish Black (ex-Great Tyrant) and Delmore Pilcrow.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL WEEKS' LINEUP

Open Your Eyes!
Monday, 26 July 2010
We are extremely excited to finally announce we'll be hosting the dual record release show for our good friends and Paperstain Recording artists Dust Congress and Drink To Victory on Saturday, August 28th at Rubber Gloves; with Daniel F Doyle and a final performance by Drug Mountain. This is deffinetly not a show worth missing.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE SHOW.

Gutterth Podcast 15
Tuesday, 01 June 2010
We've posted a new Podcast!

The fifteenth episode of the Gutterth Podcast features songs by Dust Congress, Sleep Whale, a Nervous Curtains remix by Florene, Power Animal, The Great Tyrant, Dear Human, George Quartz, Shiny Around The Edges, Vexed UK, Daniel Folmer, Monastery, JM Reimer, The Family Circuits, and an exclusive interview and live recording with Florene.

Subscribe to the Podcast via the iTunes/Zune or any other RSS feed capable program with these feel urls:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=306939868
http://www.gutterth.com/podcast/?feed=podcast

Dallas Observer Music Awards Ballot
Thursday, 27 May 2010
The Dallas Observer has posted the ballot for the 2010 Music Awards.
Below are our picks of bands that we have worked with. All of them are excellent.
See the full ballot and more info here.

BEST GROUP
Mount Righteous
RTB2

BEST SOLO ACT
Ryan Thomas Becker
Doug Burr
Glen Farris
Sarah Jaffe

BEST ALBUM
Dour Burr - O Ye Devastator
Sarah Jaffe - Suburban Nature

BEST SONG
Sarah Jaffe - "Clementine"

BEST BLUES ACT
New Science Projects
RTB2

BEST HARD ROCK ACT
The House Harkonnen
Record Hop
True Widow

BEST ELECTRONICA/DANCE ACT
Florene

BEST EXPERIMENTAL/AVANT GARDE ACT
Dear Human
Mount Righteous
Nervous Curtains
Shiny Around The Edges
Sleep Whale

BEST METAL ACT
Akkolyte
Fair to Midland
Shaolin Death Squad

BEST FOLK ACT
Doug Burr
Dust Congress
Glen Farris
Sarah Jaffe

BEST JAZZ ACT
Yells at Eels

BEST MALE VOCALIST
Ryan Thomas Becker (RTB2)
Doug Burr
Nick Foreman (Dust Congress)

BEST FEMALE VOCALIST
Sarah Jaffe
Sabra Laval

BEST INSTRUMENTALIST
Ryan Thomas Becker (RTB2)
Glen Farris (Doug Burr)
Sean Kirkpatrick (Nervous Curtain, The Paper Chase)

BEST RECORD LABEL
Gutterth Records (Ryan Thomas Becker, Dear Human)
Spune Records (Telegraph Canyon, Doug Burr)

BEST PRODUCER
Matt Barnhart (Shearwater, Shiny Around The Edges)
Justin Collins (RTB2, Spooky Folk)
John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sarah Jaffe)

BEST VENUE
Dan's Silverleaf
Granada Theater
Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

BEST RECORD STORE
CD Universe
Good Records
Recycled Books

BEST BOOKING AGENT(S)
Chelsea Callahan (The Double-Wide, Renfield's Corner)
Granada Theater
Gutterth Productions (various venues)
Parade of Flesh (various venues)
Spune Productions (Hailey's Club, Lola's Sixth)
Kris Youmans (The Loft, Palladium Showroom)

BEST MUSIC ADVOCATE
Chelsea Callahan (The Double-Wide, Pre-Kindle)
Chris Flemmons (NX35 Conferette)
Gutterth Productions (booking, record label, podcasts)
Jeff Liles (Kessler Theatre)

BEST RADIO SHOW/PODCAST
"The Good Show," Saturdays at 9 a.m. on KTCU-88.7 FM The Choice
Gutterth Podcast (gutterth.com/podcast)
"The Local Edge," Sundays at 11 p.m. on KDGE-102.1 FM The Edge
Track by Track with Paul Slavens (artandseek.net)

BEST BLOG
Day Bow Bow (daybowbow.net)
Subservient Experiment (subservientexperiment.com)
We Shot JR (weshotjr.com)
DOMA 2010 - Nominations!
Thursday, 27 May 2010
We've been nominated in four categories for this year's Dallas Observer Music Awards!
for "Best Record Label, Best Booking Agent(s), Best Music Advocate and Best Radio Show/Podcast"

CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE REST OF THE NOMINEES.

DC9 In El Sibil - Dear Human
Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Dear Human is the featured artist in The Dallas Observers' DC9 In El Sibil series this week!



"Last week, after two weeks off, we returned to the regular filming of our weekly DC9 Live at El SIbil series, welcoming in Denton math-rock outfit Dear Human into the fold. It was quite the time, too, as our crew and group of fans that gathered at the space all sat around trying to figure out the complicated time structures behind the band's sound. But, for Dear Human's members, all of whom have been playing within the math-rock genre for some time now, staying on point with the ever-changing time structures of their songs has almost become a second-nature thing. As you'll hear the band explain in the above clip, it's just kind of "what happens" when they write and play their material together. And, though the band also jokes in this week's clip that they suffer for their music, it's clear they get a kick out of it. And, in turn, there's definitely an alluring quality to the songs they produce. Give the above clip a watch, and I think you'll agree."

CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE AND WATCH THE VIDEO ONLINE.

THANK YOU!
Sunday, 16 May 2010
Thanks to everyone who came out Hailey's last night for Episode XLII.

DC9 - Podcast mention
Thursday, 13 May 2010
The Dallas Observers' blog DC9 posted an aritcle on our most recent Podcast!

"As far as local podcasts go, it's real tough to beat the Gutterth Podcast, which this week released its 14th installment since launching in the spring of 2009. The new one's kind of a doozie, too, featuring previously unreleased tracks from Glen Farris, New Science Projects, The Angelus, Sabra Laval and, oddly enough, an exclusive cover of a Drink to Victory song from Dust Congress. The main subject of the podcast, however, is Sarah Jaffe--naturally, as, tomorrow night at Sons of Hermann Hall, she'll be celebrating the release of her debut full-length, Suburban Nature. For her portion of the podcast, which includes an interview, Jaffe hops on over to Gutterth HQ to perform live takes on her song "Clementine," an unreleased song called "So So Sweet" and even a gorgeous cover of Leonard Cohen's "Chelsea Hotel No. 2." Speaking of Jaffe: In this week's paper, you can read my take on her new disc. To sum it up for ya: The disc is phenomenal, and Jaffe's a hell of a talent; the only thing holding her back at this point, perhaps, is her own nerves. She's working on that, though, she says, and you can see the fruits of that labor tomorrow night at Sons. And maybe for free, too. The folks at Kirtland Records, who are releasing Suburban Nature, have been kind enough to pass along a free pair of tickets to tomorrow night's affair, which finds Jaffe sharing a bill with Seryn, who she recently told me was her "new favorite band in Denton." Want the free passes? Be the first to email me right now with the words "Nature Calls" in the subject line and they're yours. Good luck!."

CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE AND WATCH THE VIDEO ONLINE.

Gutterth Podcast 14
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
We've posted a new Podcast!

The fourteenth episode of the Gutterth Podcast features songs by Sean Kirkpatrick, Glen Farris, Delmore Pilcrow, The Angelus, New Science Projects, Doug Burr, Sabra Laval, The Paper Chase, Dust Congress, Roy Robertson, The Boxcar Bandits, Daniel Folmer, Fishboy, and an exclusive interview and live recording with Sarah Jaffe.

Subscribe to the Podcast via the iTunes/Zune or any other RSS feed capable program with these feel urls:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=306939868
http://www.gutterth.com/podcast/?feed=podcast

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