Goodnight Records is an Independent record label based in the thriving music-verse that is WIlliamsburg, Brooklyn. We do put out one bacd from Brooklyn. We do not have a blog. We are currently listening to Nelly, Fat Joe, Nada Surf, and The Radio Dept.
GNR047 | Heliotropes
"The psych-rock collective's first full-length is 12 tracks of stoner rock madness — all fuzz freakouts, bluesy droning, and existential introspection.” - SPIN »
GNR051 | Heliotropes, Friend Roulette
Heliotropes slow down "March of the Pigs" on the A-side, trading the original's teeth-gnashing menace for ghostly stoner-rock, while Friend Roulette sanitize the slither of "Piggy" with playful psych-pop. »
GNR046 | Friend Roulette
this album of songs has a much crisper vibe than Friend Roulettes normal pot of melty goodness. »
GNR041 | Nightmare Air
Named after a skateboard move, Los Angeles band NIGHTMARE AIR emphasizes sonic momentum, during both live performances and in the studio. »
Goodnight Records showcase tomorrow! Nightmare Air vinyl release show w/The Big Sleep, Sun Club & KNTRLR at Death by Audio. »
Saturday, February 22nd @ Death by Audio (49 s 2nd st, brooklyn, ny)
The Big Sleep 11pm
Nightmare Air 10pm
Sun Club 8:30pm
This is going to be rad and we are very excited! We are picking up Nightmare Air’s vinyl from the plant TODAY and will have some for sale at the show in advance of it’s actual release date. If you want a version with the California Adventure Pack be sure to hurry up (only a few left) and pre-order it here; PRE-ORDER
Sun Club’s brand new EP is just out and getting some great press and they are currently charting on the CMJ charts! Be sure to get there early for their set and pick up their new EP here; ORDER
This is The Big Sleep’s first show in quite a while. The band has been locked in the studio all winter putting the finishing touches on a new album! Follow them and get updates on their facebook page!
Finally, Friend Roulette has a new EP coming out called “Grow Younger.” You can pre-order it HERE.
Stereogum has it streaming in full and had this to say about it:
“Their forthcoming Grow Younger EP is bursting with imagination; it’s the sort of record where dignified string arrangements bleed into gauche prog-rock synth lines and twee-inflected ballads bloom into psych stompers. So much is going on in these songs that it’s no wonder so many players are involved, but the music never feels too busy or undermines itself.” - stereogum
Thanks for reading and we hope to see you at the show tomorrow!
Hugs and Kisses!