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New Live Shows!
Monday, 11 August 2008
Check the Live section for details.

The Hearstring Stranglers - Farewell and Release
Saturday, 09 August 2008
The Heartstring Stranglers are releasing their 'self-titled' debut album tonight at Rubber Gloves in Denton.
Unfortunately, this will also be their last show with Nazli Prisk.

Sarah Jaffe - Even Born Again
Thursday, 07 August 2008
Sarah Jaffe is releasing her debut EP "Even Born Again" tonight at Club Dada in Dallas.

DO FOR THIS! - 2008 Sampler
Wednesday, 06 August 2008
DO FOR IT Records have releaesd a "sampler" today, featuring some of our good friends: Shaolin Death Squad, The Spectacle, The House Harkonnen, The Timeline Post, The Lights Of Dragna, The Invincible Czars, Historic Stork, Titanium Rib Cage and Bat Castle.
To celebrate the collection, DO FOR IT are hosting a CD Release show at Rubber Gloves on November 15th.

CLICK HERE to preview and purchase the sampler. ("DO FOR IT")

MOM - Updates
Friday, 01 August 2008
There's a lot going on with MOM these days...

They recently tracked some string parts, with John Congleton (the pAper chAse, Explosions In The Sky, The Polyphonic Spree, etc), for an upcoming split release with This Will Destroy You and Lymbyc Systym.

"Little Brite" is being relased in Japan on a Japanese record label, Moamoo, on August 6th.
The artwork and packaging are slightly different from the original and includes two extra tracks and a video for Sleep Whale.

MOM: Sleep Whale

They will be traveling to the east coast in September with Voices and Organs
and they will be touring europe in October with This Will Destroy You.

Check out their blog for tour dates and more information:

Monday, 28 July 2008
Alex, Doty and Keith from The House Harkonnen are starting to write and record material as ZEUSS, with Mike T. (HK vol.3).
They will be playing their first live show at The Prophet Bar on October 10th.

Sean Kirkpatrick - Crazy Jeff Show Recording
Sunday, 27 July 2008
Sean Kirkpatrick was recently on IROC102's "The Crazy Jeff Show".
You can listen to the entire segment here:

Download the .mp3 directly here.

Compilation One - I Love Fort Worth Review
Saturday, 26 July 2008
I Love Fort Worth, Fort Worth's Entertainment Guide, has posted a review of Compilation One on their website at:

Gutterth Productions’ Gutterth Compilation One
By Ken Shimamoto


How cool is this: A double CD compilation of local bands that you can download free from the label’s website. But wait, it gets even better: The compilation’s a corker, a diverse array of sounds with nary a clunker among its 34 tracks. Hooray!

Gutterth Productions is the rubric adopted by Michael Briggs and Brent Frishman, two music-loving buds from Carrollton. They promote shows and release albums by bands they dig. So far, they’ve done shows at pretty much every indie-friendly venue in Dallas and Denton. Their next one, Episode XXIV, will be August 14th at Rubber Gloves, featuring New Science Projects, Baptist Generals frontguy Chris Flemmons, RTB2, and Kaleo Kaualoku. Their catalog includes discs by New Science Projects, Daniel Folmer, Malise, Parata, and Sean Kirkpatrick. Their product’s available at Good Records in Dallas, Recycled Books and Strawberry Fields in Denton, and via iTunes and Emusic as well as at shows and via the Gutterth website.

Compilation One has a heavy Denton art vibe, comparable to the Pyramid Scheme’s Long Con Compilation from a couple of years back – it’s really that consistent. At the same time, it’s such a mixed bag that it’s impossible to categorize, so rather than giving any of the 34 performers (including 817 residents RTB2/Ryan Thomas Becker, The Great Tyrant, and The House Harkonnen) short shrift, here’s an array of three-word observations for your edification and enjoyment (and because it amuses me).

The first disc:

Emil Rapstine – Moody folk balladry.
MOM – Delicate wintery atmospherics.
New Science Projects – Bent Appalachian gospel.
Knee Pad – Crunchy screamo rifferama.
Glen Farris – Depresso somnambulist waltz.
Silk Stocking – Brechtian apocalyptic cabaret.
Daniel Folmer – Sweet melodic pop.
Shiny Around the Edges – Ethereal freak folk.
Fair to Midland – Floats, then pummels.
The Lights of Dragna – Dynamic instrumental rockarama.
Sparlin, Jessels – Gentle rustic whimsy.
RTB2 – Lo-fi experimental Zep-ism.
Sean Kirkpatrick – Hallucinatory dreamscape songster.
The Timeline Post – Sumptuous choral psychedelia.
Shaolin Death Squad – Orchestral operatic prog.
Parata – Slapdash synth glam.
Dust Congress – Soaring Britfolk hymn.

And the second:

The Great Tyrant – Grand Guignol menace.
Sarah Renfro – Bluesy folk diva.
The International – Waitsian saloon balladry.
Florene – Spacey motorik jamz.
The Spectacle – Unironic metal thunder.
Tex Winters – Wobbly Rokyesque rant.
The Alexander – Roiling 6/8 passion.
Delmore Pilcrow – Sleepy, loping pastoralism.
Joey Kendall – Religious obsessed poesy.
Miss Celia – Winsome nature gal.
The House Harkonnen – Blistering black metal.
The Heartstring Stranglers – Mutated klezmer swing.
Real Live Tigers – Urban existentialist duo.
Ryan Thomas Becker – Tremulous devotional balladry.
Sunnybrook – Enervated Ambien anthem.
room 101 – Galloping minimalist fury.
Will E Lee – Gangling balladic benediction.

So there! All in all, it’d be hard to imagine a better way to expand your musical horizons on the cheap.

Dust Congress - Recording
Saturday, 26 July 2008
Dust Congress have begun recording at the Paper Stain studio this weekend
for a future release entitled "Regurgitate Sunshine State" to be released in the Fall.

Sean Kirkpatrick - The Crazy Jeff Show Appearance
Friday, 25 July 2008
Sean Kirkpatrick will be featured live from his kitchen this Sunday, July 27, on IROC102 The Crazy Jeff Show.
Go to www.crazyjeffshow.com to tune into the live internet broadcast.

Compilation One - Now Available!
Wednesday, 23 July 2008
We are proud to announce that Gutterth Compilation One is now available!

Physical copies will be available in select locations across the DFWd metroplex, at Gutterth events
and downloadable in its entirety as a single .zip folder and as individual .mp3's on our website.


Gutterth Compilation One

Compilation One - Observer Article
Tuesday, 22 July 2008
The Dallas Observer's DC9 blog mentioned Compilation One.

Compilation One - Quick Review
Thursday, 10 July 2008
from QuickDFW.com:

Denton continues to own when it comes to putting out compilations spotlighting local talent. The store Strawberry Fields has already put out a couple of stellar collections, and now it's Gutterth's turn to share. The small record label and promotions company will release Gutterth Compilation One on July 23 during a New Science Projects show at J&Js. The two-disc sampler includes tracks by Emil Rapstine, Glen Farris, Sarah Renfro, Will E. Lee, the Great Tyrant and many more. Best part? It'll be free.
Visit gutterth.com for more info.

Best Record Label - Dallas Observer Music Awards Nomination Profile
Wednesday, 09 July 2008
The Dallas Observer's DC9 blog profiled Gutterth Records as one of the nominees for Best Record Label
in this year's Dallas Observer Music Awards.
We are honored to be nominated along with Idol Records, Kirtland Records, Good Records and TXMF Records.

Read the article here.

"Gutterth Records
Roster: Daniel Folmer, Sean Kirkpatrick*, New Science Projects, others...
Certainly, the newest of the labels in this here competition, Gutterth is making a hell of a name for itself--and fast. Plus, the fact that this booking company-turned-record label's artists are doing well--Sean Kirkpatrick's up for a few awards himself (Best Solo Artist, Best Instrumentalist) and New Science Projects' and Daniel Folmer's each earned high marks from this very paper's local music critics--Gutterth seems to have quite the future ahead of itself."

Vote here.

Jaime Brattain - Thinking Of You
Tuesday, 01 July 2008
Its been two years since we lost Jaime, and this still sucks.

NSP - Crocodile Observer Review
Wednesday, 25 June 2008
There's a review of NSP's new album "Crocodile" by Jesse Hughey in this weeks Dallas Observer.
CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE ONLINE or pick up a free copy of the publication in the DFW metroplex.

"you can come in my mouth, don't you get near my heart"

Dallas Observer Music Awards - Nominations
Wednesday, 25 June 2008
We've been nominated for "Best Label" and "Best Music Advocate" for the 20th annual Dallas Observer Music Awards (DOMA XX).
CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE FULL LIST OF NOMINEES. A lot of our friends and favorite musicians are nomiated this year.

Gutterth Compilation One - Coming Soon
Sunday, 15 June 2008
We are excited to announce the forthcoming release of Gutterth Compilation One.
This FREE compilation, is a collection of tracks by some of the bands we've had the pleasure of working with.

Featuring songs by The Great Tyrant, Daniel Folmer, Parata, Sean Kirkpatrick, Shiny Around The Edges, Tex Winters, The House Harkonnen, The Spectacle, Will E Lee, Real Live Tigers, Sarah Renfro, Sunnybrook, Knee Pad, Florene, The Alexander, Joey Kendall, The International, New Science Projects, Delmore Pilcrow, Miss Celia, Ryan Thomas Becker, Silk Stocking, Emil Rapstine, room101, Sparlin, Jessels, MOM, The Timeline Post, Glen Farris, Dust Congress, The Lights Of Dragna, Shaolin Death Squad, Fair To Midland, The Heartstring Stranglers and RTB2

The comp will be available as a free two disc CD in select locations and as a free download at gutterth.com.

Sunday, 15 June 2008
Thanks to everyone who came out to Hailey's last night for Episode XXIII.
The bands were absolutely amazing and we had a great time.

Saturday, 14 June 2008
Thanks to everyone who came out to J&J's Pizza last night for the NSP CD Release Show.
Crocodile is now available online and at Recycled Books in Dentron.

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