Sat Jan 18, 04:37 PM
Our friends at MAGNET magazine debuted the new Stuyvesant video for their cover of Swervedriver’s fantastic song “Duel,” which can be found on our From ’93 ‘Til Infinity compilation.
You can read about it on the MAGNET website here
Tue Dec 31, 12:38 PM
Dromedary bands and friends weigh in with their top records of 2013.
Wed Oct 16, 09:14 AM
The good folks at Speak Into My Good Eye are exclusively premiering our forthcoming compilation album From ’93 ‘Til Infinity beginning today.
Click here for the stream and some more discussion about our 20th birthday.
Tue Oct 15, 06:40 PM
Jersey Beat’s Jim Testa took some time to interview us this week, and published the result this afternoon. Jim was the first journalist to interview us 20 years ago, and we’re forever thankful to him for all his support.
Check it out here
Mon Oct 14, 09:24 AM
Taking a quick break from talking about Camelfest to share with you this outstanding video, of our pals Stuyvesant performing their final show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, back at the end of June.
Check it out.
Wed Oct 9, 08:20 PM
The awesome NJ music blog Speak Into My Good Eye ran a dynamite feature today, covering Dromedary, our 20th birthday, and From ’93 ‘Til Infinity.
Check it out here
Tue Oct 8, 11:04 PM
On October 22, Dromedary Records will release its latest album, From ’93 ‘Til Infinity: A Dromedary Records Compilation. The compilation, which will initially be available as a limited edition CD and digital download, is being released to celebrate the label’s 20th anniversary. The track list, which has been kept under wraps, has finally been made available.
Fri Oct 4, 10:51 AM
Our friends at the NJ-based blog United By Rocket Science took some time to interview Al Dromedary about the label’s 20th birthday, the upcoming compilation, and Camelfest.
Wed Oct 2, 10:04 AM
CAMELFEST MUSIC FESTIVAL OCT. 18-19 TO BENEFIT ROOTS & WINGS
In Celebration of its 20th Anniversary, Dromedary Records Will Bring 8 Bands Together at Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park in Support of Former Foster Youth
Fri Jun 21, 01:40 PM
Cinema Cinema has released a video for the “50 Ft. Queenie” single, and it premiered this afternoon on Blurt Online.
You can see it there or you can see it here:
Mon Jun 10, 11:32 PM
Check Out Cinema Cinema’s cover of PJ Harvey’s “50 Ft. Queenie,” from their debut Dromedary 7”.
Then, check out the band this weekend when they play Brooklyn’s Northside Festival along with a reunited Black Flag.
Not a band week for monstrous avant-punk.
Mon Jun 10, 05:07 PM
One of what will surely be many goodbyes to Maxwell’s.
Wed May 1, 10:40 PM
Dromedary is thrilled to announce the forthcoming release of “50 Ft. Queenie” b/w “Adult Themes,” a new vinyl 7” from Brooklyn avant-punk duo Cinema Cinema. Due out June 11, the single will be the lead track from the Dromedary 20th anniversary compilation From ’93 ‘Til Infinity: A Dromedary Records Compilation.
Mon Apr 29, 12:59 PM
Dromedary Records, in celebration of its 20th anniversary, has announced the summer release of From ’93 ‘Til Infinity: A Dromedary Records Compilation. The compilation, a deluxe vinyl double-LP, features more than a dozen contemporary indie bands, performing cover versions of seminal indie rock songs originally released in the label’s first year of operation, 1993.
Wed Jan 16, 11:31 PM
Check out “Dancing with the Star-ving,” the new single from No Wave pioneer David Rat, former drummer/composer for seminal New York noise band Rat At Rat R.
Wed Jan 16, 02:44 PM
Joseph Kyle of the great zine Big Takeover interviews The Mommyheads’ Adam Elk about the band’s new album. Vulnerable Boy.
Tue Jan 1, 03:35 PM
2013 is Dromedary Records’ 20th Birthday.
And while we’re planning things all year long to help celebrate, the whole thing begins with this brand new website. Please read on to learn more about what’s different, and what you can expect from the new site. And happy birthday to the Dromedary family!
Mon Oct 22, 09:55 AM
It is with great pride and pleasure that we announce the newest member of the Dromedary family, musician/poet/author David Rat.
Mon Aug 6, 11:00 PM
That’s right, it’s August again, and that means it’s time for the best show you’ll see all year – Camelfest 2012, featuring:
• The 65’s
• Gold Streets
• Cinema Cinema
• The Brixton Riot
• Bern & the Brights
Mon Jul 2, 01:17 PM
To celebrate INDIEpendence day, we’re offering 50% off everything in our store on July 4, 2012. Simply enter the discount code INDIE2012 when you check out.
The code is good ONLY on July 4, and it’s only good for music purchases from this site, but it’s good for every record you buy from us.
Wed May 23, 11:32 AM
Check out the new Mommyheads track, “Science and Reason,” the latest single from the forthcoming CD Vulnerable Boy. It debuted today at Urb magazine – download it free here
Mon May 21, 02:57 PM
Click through for Mommyheads “Vulnerable Europe” tour dates.
Fri May 11, 08:46 AM
We’re proud to announce the North American/European release of Vulnerable Boy, the new CD from The Mommyheads.
Vulnerable Boy sees the band’s songwriting continuing to explore its prog-rock influences, without abandoning the brilliant pop craftsmanship that’s been the band’s hallmark since its 1989 debut. The band’s eighth album, Vulnerable Boy is also its most ambitious, featuring undertones of punk, jazz, R&B, power pop, classical, and even some late 70s new wave.
Fri May 4, 12:03 PM
We are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of Vulnerable Boy, the brand-new record by The Mommyheads!
Out this July, Vulnerable Boy reflects the changing direction of the band, with a much more adventurous, prog-oriented approach enveloping their pop songwriting aptitude. We’ll have more information for you as we get closer to the street date, but for now, check out the video for the album’s first single (which will be available soon for free download), “Skinny White Uptight.”
Fri May 4, 11:56 AM
Guy Capecelatro III recently invited Fogged Clarity host Jim Rioux into his home studio for an interview and exclusive live session.
Guy discusses North for the Winter, his songwriting process, Eillott Smith and more, in a wide-ranging interview.