American Tragic by Wax Idols is out Friday on Collect Records, and now you can stream the whole thing via SoundCloud. Previously released singles…Read More
Following a diverse array of formative co-releases – including the debut records from Touché Amore, Midnight Masses, and United Nations – the Brooklyn-based Collect Records strikes out on its own and announces its official label launch this week.
Founded in 2009 by Thursday vocalist Geoff Rickly, the present-day Collect Records aims to be as distinct as its history suggests. The label’s first year of releases will include the sophomore album from D.C.-based post-rock experimentalists Black Clouds, a debut single and full-length album from Vanishing Life (featuring members of Quicksand and …And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead), a co-release with Terrible Records from hardcore provocateurs Sick Feeling, and more yet to be announced.
Hether Fortune, the California-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and, this time around, sole member of Wax Idols will be releasing her 3rd full-length, the post-punk, pop-noir…Read More
Wax Idols bandleader Hether Fortune is a survivor. “I’m Not Going,” taken from American Tragic, out October 16th on Collect Records, is a statement…Read More
Wax Idols has shared “Deborah,” the second single from their upcoming Collect Records release American Tragic, out Oct. 16th. “Deborah” expands on the themes…Read More
Today, Cities Aviv is sharing a new video for Your Discretion Is Trust cut “No GMO”. The minimal, No Wave-inspired video was filmed by…Read More
A lot has happened since the release of Wax Idols’ 2013 album, Discipline + Desire. The band’s singer-songwriter, Hether Fortune, supported the album as…Read More
Collect Records and No Devotion have dropped the first single “Addition” from the band’s forthcoming debut album, Permanence. The LP will be released via…Read More
To mark the June 23rd release of their new album Cemetery Highrise Slum, Creepoid is announcing album release shows in New York City and…Read More
Following a diverse array of formative co-releases – including the debut records from Touché Amore,Midnight Masses, and United Nations – the Brooklyn-based Collect Records strikes out on its own and announces,Read More