In the face of current pressing plant issues and changing situations in my own life, it's becoming apparent that within around half a year I won't be able to put as much energy into running my label as I would like, so I pose this question: do you think I should keep it going in a less 'intensive' capacity and release a couple of record a year, reducing the impact and scope or do you think it would make more sense to wrap it all up and say, 'we had fun, but now we're done.'
It could be that I'm worrying needlessly and I will be able to carry on, but advice would be much appreciated.
I've had a few searches and found a couple of answers, but nothing too solid. Any bands or label types have a recommendation for short run CD duplication, printing and card wallet printing? Looking to make around 50-100 copies.
Yeah, when bands send me stuff I prefer them to let me know what they are aiming for. I know we don't sound exactly like those bands, but they definitely influence the song writing. I listened to the Plaids LP for the first time tonight Joe. That record rules, I'm sad I won't see you guys play again.
Shudder Black International Min Diesel Algernon Doll The Sinking Feeling Great Cop Carson Wells Stonethrower Pinact Get It Together Civil Elegies Herbert Powell Pennycress Bonehouse The Great Albatross
Mixed bag there, but people should find something in that list that they like.
I think already heard is doing a decent job of covering a lot of stuff, they do help Struggletown out a lot with promoting our releases etc. I would totally agree that not only are there a lot of lads on this list it's also kinda samey stuff, with a few exceptions, but I guess it's down to stuff they personally like.