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.
Wed Apr 25, 03:30 PM
The ultra-cool Vicky Wheeler chimed in this week with a review of Guy Capecelatro III’s ultra-cool CD North for the Winter, for the ultra-cool Dagger Zine.
Vicky says Guy “is a tale-telling poet and a master of imagery that is nothing short of cinematic,” going on to say “every track is a story that could be a book that could be a movie.” The review is so flattering we can’t help but reproduce the whole thing, but you can read it here in its entirety as well.
Mon Apr 23, 03:25 PM
Our friends at MAGNET magazine asked Guy Capecelatro III to participate in their “Make MAGNET a Mix Tape” feature, and he put together an outstanding selection of music created by his friends.
Check it out here
Sun Apr 22, 07:45 PM
In conjunction with the release of the free download of “Greatest Pretense,” the latest single from Strike Hard!, the debut album by The 65’s, songwriter Dan Smith was asked for some insight into the song’s meaning.
He responded with a short story, which we’re proud to share. And then download the single for free.
Sun Apr 22, 07:44 PM
We invite you to listen to “Switch,” the latest single from Guy Capecelatro III’s beautiful North for the Winter album.
This single is available on the album, and also as a digital-only single with a non-LP B-Side called “Splinters.” You can get the single today on iTunes, Amazon, and eMusic, as well as listen to it on subscription-based services Rdio and Spotify.
Fri Mar 9, 04:36 PM
Check out this brand-new Mommyheads video!
Tue Mar 6, 05:08 PM
The ultra-cool Dagger Zine spoke with Cindi Merklee of The 65’s about the band’s history, influences, and their relationship with Dromedary.
Read the entire interview here
Sun Feb 26, 06:57 PM
We’re proud to announce the Guy Capecelatro III “End of Winter Tour”.
In support of his new album on Dromedary Records, “North for the Winter,” Guy hits the road with the wonderful Massachusetts band Tiger Saw, mixing in a few house concerts with some shows at public venues throughout the Northeast. Click “read more” for the dates.
Mon Feb 20, 10:32 AM
This week only, you can check out the entire Guy Capecelatro III album North for the Winter, streaming exclusively at AOL/Spinner.
Mon Feb 20, 07:36 AM
Our friends at Green Light Go Music Publicity have a feature in their music blog called High Five! – it’s where artists give a list of five favorite things.
In this week’s installment, Guy Capecelatro III weighs in on his five favorite places to visit while on tour. Read the list here.
Mon Feb 20, 07:24 AM
Check out the video for Cuppa Joe’s “Better In Your Head,” from the new album Tunnel Trees:
Mon Feb 20, 07:16 AM
The always engaging music blog Wilfully Obscure has turned in an excellent review of the new Cuppa Joe CD, Tunnel Trees.
Read the entire review here
Wed Feb 8, 11:01 PM
Check out “Girlfriends,” the second single from Guy Capecelatro III‘s forthcoming album North for the Winter.
Wed Feb 8, 10:56 PM
Check out the new video of “Walk On Selfishly,” the lead single from The 65’s debut CD Strike Hard!.
Thu Jan 19, 05:26 PM
Journalist Jim DeRogatis weighed in today on Speed the Plough’s Shine, and as a former member of the band, you’d think it would be difficult for him to remain objective. But Mr. DeRogatis did an outstanding job describing the vibe of the band and its history, and describing Shine as “possibly the best in the band’s discography.”
Fri Jan 13, 12:06 AM
Please enjoy “Like Anything,” the first single from Guy Capecelatro III’s forthcoming Dromedary CD North for the Winter.
Fri Jan 6, 11:34 PM
Another rave review for Strike Hard!, the debut record by The 65’s – click “Read More” to, umm, read more.