Yep its true, we’ve moved our headquarters from Richmond to Santa Cruz. While we love the Bay Area, and will continue to work there, we’ve decided that relocating to Santa Cruz would be beneficial both for us and our artists.
What does this mean as far as our bands and music goes? Not a whole lot other than we’ll be pushing harder and faster to bring you new music, awesome shows, and killer artwork. The scene in Santa Cruz has already been conducive to our growth and we may even be adding more more artists to our roster in the near future (spoiler: we will).
In short the good times and good tunes are continuing on.
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It’s been a little over a year since Luke Kinney’s self titled EP was released. In that time he has been keeping busy playing shows and writing music both as part of Something Collective and on his own. Now he’s back in the studio, on his way to recording and releasing a full length album.
February 16th marked the first day of studio production as he laid down 5 songs in true Luke Kinney style. The album promises to have the same live; “sitting in the same room” kind of feeling with simple harmonies and catchy guitar lines. Like the EP, this album will touch many different genres but will draw its core strength from folk. The variety adds a little something for everybody. One track even features spoken word from Matthew Mercure.
There is no official release date yet but we hope to have the album out by late spring/early summer, just in time for chilling on the beach or barbequing in the back yard.