From Broken to Beautiful will be released June 9th, 2018, but it is available right now to our $3/month and up supporters on Patreon! Coming soon to iTunes, Amazon, and streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify…
From Broken to Beautiful is Bethany Pedigo’s debut LP with Bad Apple Records. A familiar face, having opened for various acts on our label (and often singing harmony with All Around the Dinner Table), Bethany now leaves her own footprint with this strong collection of songs. Here you will celebrate and wrestle with concepts of family, God, abuse, death, and complicated relationships. From vulnerable acoustic tracks like “Taylor’s Song (When the Lights Go Out)” or “Not Too Far” to catchy-yet-complex pop rock tunes like “Ravish My Heart” or “A Million Times,” Bethany has truly refined her voice with this collection, which we’re proud to help her share with you now.
Preview the Entire Album Below
Early Download on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/bethany-pedigo-19102972 Available June 9th from Bad Apple Records: http://badapplerecords.net/product/bethany-pedigo-from-broken-to-beautiful-lp
As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Why They Came’s debut LP and look forward to their brand new studio Christmas LP, we sat down with Andy Barnett to reflect on the past and look down the road a bit.
Brandon: How did we meet and what made you decide to release your first LP with Bad Apple Records?
Andy: We must have met at a Castle on a Cloud show but I don’t remember specifically. I do remember convincing you my name was Pete at an open mic in BG many years ago. It’s interesting to note that the drummer and bass player of Castle on a Cloud later became the original drummer and bassist for whytheycame.
As far as our first record, I just remember thinking it was time to make a record and knew you had put out a few records. We loved you guys and the label so we just asked if you would be interested in releasing one with us. Here we are ten years later still pretending to be good at this. Thanks for going along. Continue reading Interview with Andy Barnett: 10 Years of Why They Came and “A Stick Full of Bells”
Today is a big day for many of us across the United States, as we’ll be witnessing the rare event of a total solar eclipse. Some of us will see totality for a matter of minutes, and others for mere seconds. It’s hard not think on the passage of time and look back on all the unique events of one’s life. We hope everyone is able to do so with fond memories and hopes for a bright future.
For some of us, it’s also a good day to jam to Stellar Kin’s 2004 cover of “Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler and appreciate our days in the thriving and caring music scene of the early 2000’s. If you missed out on that, pump up the volume on the video below and consider grabbing We Need to Know on iTunes for more. A lot has changed since then, but as music audiences have declined our family of artists continues to grow. Maybe hearing this will rekindle some old memories and encourage you to reconnect?
Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Total Eclipse Of The Heart · Stellar Kin We Need To Know ℗ 2004 Bad Apple Records Released on: 2004-01-01 Auto-generated by YouTube.
Welcome to our official online listening party for “Challenge the League” by Re-Education Camp!
We will be live with Jon and Zack from Re-Education Camp in the comment thread from 8 PM until at least 9 PM (Central Standard Time). Listen to the LP straight through using the YouTube playlist here, and chime in with your thoughts and questions in the comments section below. Ask about the production or behind the scene elements, influences, songwriting, your favorite track, or anything you want to talk about. We’ll try and stay live until every question is answered.
If you’d like to support the guys, consider purchasing a copy of Challenge the League or their debut LP, PsyOp’s Boombox. You can get both, and our entire catalog, by supporting us on Patreon for only $3 per month (no obligation, cancel anytime).
Update: If you missed it live, still give it a listen and leave your comment. We’ll reply as quickly as we’re able. Enjoy!
Challenge the League is the sophomore LP from Lexington’s true school hip hop duo, Re-Education Camp.
May 12th: Early Release for only $3 on Patreon (available now)
May 15th: Brandon visits the camp on our Podcast (available now)
May 19th: Official Release on Bad Apple Records (available now) with “For the Record” Music Video (watch after the jump)
May 26th: Available on iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, Spotify, etc…
June 4th: Online Listening Party (RSVP on Facebook)
Continue reading Re-Education Camp’s “Challenge the League” Details