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inhalingcontradictions said: Any updates on when the tigers jaw hoodies will arrive?
Not sure what day, but soon.
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In addition to the new two track @CITIZENtheband 7” that they’ll have out on their fall headlining tour, there will also be a 7” flexi version with the electric version of the new track ‘Silo.’ The flexi can not be purchased, if you want one you have to be one of the first 100 people through the door at the LA, NYC, or Boston shows of the tour. Good luck!
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If you have interest in the music industry or how a growing indie label operates, this internship is for you. Interns will be helping out with the everyday functions of the label. Day to day work might include packaging mail order, preparing marketing materials, assembling records, organizing merchandise, Etc.
Work load tends to vary from week to week depending on what we have going on at the time. Each day may be vastly different than the one before. It is entirely possible that some of the things you will be getting involved may be as new to us as they are to you, but some days may be repetitive, difficult and/or boring. Being able to adapt quickly and take on multiple projects simultaneously with the drive to work hard is extremely important.*
We are looking for interns who are friendly, self-motivated, ambitious, outgoing and ready to work.
Interested candidates must have reliable transportation to our office space at 119 Braintree Street in Allston, MA. Candidates must have at least 2-3 available days per week for 5+ hours between 10am and 6pm. All applicants must be 18 years old or older.
Our internships pay a small stipend and we generally like to work with students who will be receiving college credit.
Having a laptop is mandatory. Having a Mac laptop is STRONGLY preferred as most of the software we use is specific to OS X.
Applicants should be available to start this fall - on or around the week of September 15th.
Email a BRIEF description of why you want the internship, your resume, relevant references, and scheduling information / availability to: firstname.lastname@example.org
*PLEASE keep in mind that most (if not all) of the people applying for this position ‘have an interest in the music industry or how a growing indie label operates.’ Please make an effort to let us know specifically why you would be a great fit at RFC. If you know anyone who has worked with us in any way, please let us know. It weighs heavily in your favor if we can get a good word out of someone we know!
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Anonymous said: What is your favorite bands?
Mine (Jeff) are Counting Crows, Ryan Adams, Pantera, Queen, Lifetime and it gets more complicated after that.
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Anonymous said: will you be restocking the red tigers jaw charmer hoodie? if so will it be before the sale ends?
We’ve ordered them, not sure what day they will come in though.
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thisisrebirth said: It was cool meeting you last night, Taylor. Hopefully you didn't think I was a total weirdo when I asked if you wanted to have a shot with me!
Did he do a shot with you?
Ovlov, Pity Sex and Basement
August 19th, 2014 Webster Hall New York, NY by Carly Hoskins
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A Thousand Miles Away From Here.
Crab / Koji
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Anonymous said: Would you be willing to offer some quick advice for how to get your band noticed when you're starting out? I've been playing music for years, but every band I'm in always stumbles at the point of growing an audience after we book a few shows. I'm going to try again with a bunch of songs that I've been demoing recently, but I'd like to try to make it "work" this time for real. We live in a major-major market as well. What's the best way to get involved in our local "scene?"
Definitely don’t expect anyone to care after playing a few shows. I would keep practicing, keep writing music, keep trying to get better, keep trying to get better shows in your city and around your area, and if you’re good at all, people will start to take notice regionally. Don’t worry about touring, signing to a label, or releasing a full length for a while.
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Anonymous said: I know you guys would probably hate being told to check out bands but I think you guys would definitely like a band called Violent Soho from Australia
Haven’t heard em’ but I know they recently signed to side one dummy.
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built-by-machines said: I think the person is asking why a band who is signed to Label A would come to you and say "hey, so we're releasing our next album in Label B, but we're still signed to your Label A." Are they not obliged to the label to which they are signed? That's what I assume, anyway.
I see. Often times bands are not legally allowed to release records on other labels, or at least need permission from the label they are signed to. Also if a band were to do this, it would 99% of the time be an EP, 7”, split, or just a smaller release in general, pretty much would never be a full length. A reason a band would want to release an EP on another label is because perhaps the second label has a different or larger audience than the label they’re signed to, which could in turn also help the label they are signed to because the band would get more exposure.
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Anonymous said: Can't really think of an example Im just asking why? Like if one of your bands was like hey dude were gonna release an album with someone else what's the point? Why don't release it with you? Idk if this is making sense I hope so.
Not really sure what you’re asking. I’m sorry :(
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