STRIPED LIGHT RECORDS

STRIPE-006 : The debut vinyl from FAUX FEROCIOUS, Cloning the Rubicon.  Pre-order on our Bandcamp page now! 

STRIPE-006 : The debut vinyl from FAUX FEROCIOUS, Cloning the Rubicon.  Pre-order on our Bandcamp page now! 

NEW! New single FEEDING FRENZY featured in Impose Magazine

http://www.imposemagazine.com/bytes/new-music/faux-ferocious-feeding-frenzy

 

LISTEN + ORDER STRIPED LIGHT RELEASES TODAY!     http://stripedlight.bandcamp.com

As always, records are available for purchase live and in person at STRIPED LIGHT, 107 Bearden Pl. Knoxville.

 

Also available on STRIPED LIGHT :

STRIPE-001 : Daddy Don't - s/t

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Knoxville duo (plus bubbles) features Charice Starr, Maggie Brannon, (and Brad Fowler)  "...drum/guitar duo sings songs that are sweet on the outside but tough and prickly at their core .  Equally pop and punk minded storytellers, Daddy Don't have a wicked sense of humor but also a song or two in their arsenal that, if you're feeling particularly vulnerable that day, might make you tear up." - aptly put by Eric Dawson in Art Knoxville.  

Listen and buy now : http://daddydont.bandcamp.com

$10.00

 

STRIPE-002: White Gregg - "Nice Spread"

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A balancing act between high-tension, wild composition and damaged rock & roll.   Comprised of some of Knoxville's longest serving experimental / post-rock musicians, White Gregg is :  Eric Lee (Idle Hands / Dark Logik / Double Muslims)- guitar; Tyler Mucklow (Woman / Divorce / Maxi & The Pads)- guitar; Maggie Brannon (Divorce / The Sniff) - vocals; Damion Huntoon (Woman)- bass guitar;  Jason Boardman (Or / Dark Logik / Double Muslims) - drums.  Their long awaited LP "Nice Spread", recorded by Scott Minor in 2013, presents some of the earliest work of this inspired and challenging rock band.

Listen and buy now : http://whitegregg.bandcamp.com

$10.00

 

STRIPE-003: Shriek Operator - "The God Who Answers By Fire"

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"Shriek Operator is notable for its complex, lyrically focused songs, Alan’s 32nd-note finger-style and three-octave vocal range, and his sister Joanna’s close harmonies sung in a pure tenor. These elements are violated by glass-breaking shrieks and shocking, guttural maledictions."  ––Charles Pabst

"Beautiful harmonies . . . I liked everything but the last song, it was abrasive, you know?" ––Josephine Foster

Listen and buy now : http://shriekoperator.bandcamp.com

$20.00