Double Lunch Records announces 5th Release. Gary Dubussy

Double Lunch Records announces 5th Release. Gary Dubussy

Double Lunch has always loved Gary Debussy. Their groove heavy experimental math rock is a mind-expanding experience.

We are proud to be releasing their much-anticipated debut record.  The release show will be on February 24 at Sewing Machine Factory with Lay of the Land, Whitehorse's Sputnik Experiment and Bong Sample. 

New Label Facebook Page

New Label Facebook Page

Since Double Lunch Records is about to release their 5th album, it seemed to make sense that we have a Facebook Page for the label side. I mean, it's just a logical necessary evil. So you should like it and follow our label news. 

https://www.facebook.com/Doublelunchrecords

New EP by Vancouver's Dadweed!

New EP by Vancouver's Dadweed!

Some of our good homies from Edmonton started a new band called Dadweed. They play beautiful power pop, 90s style. They just released a new EP that you should listen to! 

http://neverbetter.bandcamp.com/

Deadly Fringe Show! Gossamer Obessions.

Gossamer Obsessions are an absolutely brilliant comedy duo. Consistently some of the funniest and freshest stuff we've ever seen. Paul Blinov and Amy Shostak are geniuses. If you can you should check out their show at The Edmonton Fringe this year. Opening night is Thursday at 8pm, and they would love to see you there!

Double Lunch Records' first release is ready to hit the presses!

Double Lunch Records' first release is ready to hit the presses!

Double Lunch is expanding into a record label with 7 releases planned for 2016. 

Our first release is a compilation of bands we've worked with from all over North America.

Release Date TBA

 

Track Listing:

 
Side A:
Bad Buddy - Hunters (Edmonton)
Surf Dads - Sleepless Tonight (Regina)
Heaven For Real - GPS (Halifax)
Mulligrub - NFLD (Winnipeg)
Sightlines - The Tent (Vancouver)
Play Guitar - A Singer Just Died (Montreal)
Mauno - Benny (Halifax)
 
Side B:
Counterfeit Jeans - Fairy Ring (Edmonton)
Fury Things - Silence Is Ok (Minneapolis) 
The Uptights - Further From Home (Vancouver)
Golden Years - New Lost (Edmonton)
Low Levels - Just Kids (Vancouver)
Chain Restaurant - Weight of A Joke (Edmonton)

Double Lunch pals Counterfeit Jeans sign to New York's Broken Circles Records!

Counterfeit Jeans are some of our faves. Ever since their first song was released, Double Lunch has been fully enamored. Their deadly new record has been picked up by Broken Circles records. We're super proud of these boys. They work as hard as anyone in music.

Read More here: 

http://beartrappr.tumblr.com/post/148451957078/counterfeit-jeans-joins-broken-circles-debut-lp

Worst Days Down debut new track from upcoming LP`

Worst Days Down debut new track from upcoming LP`

Double Lunch has lots of band pals we care about a lot. Worst Days Down are an amazing pop punk band from Edmonton who have done more for DLP than almost anyone. They busted their asses this year working on a new record and we finally get to hear a track! Get to their bandcamp and check it out.

http://worstdaysdown.bandcamp.com/

Double Lunch Records

The record label side of Double Lunch will be releasing our first compilation tape sometimes in July. There are 6 more releases planned before the end of fall.  This is going to get crazy!

Plugged In: A new music venue opens on Whyte Avenue

Plugged In: A new music venue opens on Whyte Avenue

The Almanac, which serves French-inspired food created by chef/co-owner Alysha Couture, is in the old Red Square Vodka Bar, 10351 82nd Ave.  

“We figured our micro-venue could fill some of the gaps left by so many other music venues closing,” says bar manager Joshua Meachem. “When we were doing our renovations, we reached out to the music community (about our idea) and got positive feedback from people.”

A total of five venues closed in 2015, including two on Whyte Avenue — Wunderbar and The Pawn Shop. 

Local musicians take a look back at their favourites of 2015

Local musicians take a look back at their favourites of 2015

As another year winds down, the opportunity arises for reflection, incredulous disbelief and celebration. Twelve months can bring a great deal of change, welcome or not. Fifty-two weeks can be filled with wild adventure, staggering boredom and every possible variance in-between. Vue caught up with some of Edmonton’s music community for a look back at 2015...