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Steady Circuits Joins The SLN Roster! New Single Out Now, More Tunes Coming Soon!

Steady Circuits, a new solo project from New Mexico/Colorado-based musician Mike Marchant, has officially joined the SLN roster and today sees the release of a brand new digital single, "Gravity Calling". If the name Mike Marchant sounds familiar, it's because he is one half of another SLN act, Lightning Cult. Steady Circuits is Mike's first true solo project since his 2018 return to music after a lengthy hiatus. "One Of Many Ends...", the first release under the Steady Circuits moniker, was a digital EP that was self-released at the end of 2020. The next EP is a companion release titled "... Of One Of Many Worlds" and will be issued by us here at SLN along with the New Mexico-based Cloud Command Sound imprint. 'Gravity Calling' is the lead single from the new EP, due out this summer. You can buy and download the "Gravity Calling" digital single from our WEB STORE or our BANDCAMP now and receive an exclusive bonus B-Side track titled 'Not Impossible'. The B-side track is a non-EP tune and is only available through us or Steady Circuits directly. Stay tuned for pre-order details for the forthcoming "... Of One Of Many Worlds" cassette as well as a "One Of Many Ends Of One Of Many Worlds" deluxe compact disc. Yup, a CD! More on our foray back into the world of compact discs later on. For now, get acquainted with Steady Circuits!

Love, The Staff

Posted on April 16th, 2021
SLN-195 Soars High!

Today is a release day 20 years in the making. The Signal To Trust album, "Albatross Sessions", is out now! Featuring 11 tracks of tightly wound post-punk influenced rockers, "Albatross Sessions" features the band's original lineup with Brandon Onward (Rouse) on vocals. Signal To Trust recorded the album in 2000 for an intended 2001 release, but Brandon left the band shortly after the sessions and the recordings remained shelved until now. The album comes on black cassette tapes and a digital download is included. There are also a handful of copies on translucent red cassettes and we'll be randomly sending those out to some lucky SLN customers. You can order a cassette copy or a digital-only copy from our WEB STORE or from our BANDCAMP. You can also find this stunning album on all the standard digital/streaming sites, plus the cassette is distributed by Recess Ops. This release is a collaboration with our old buddies at Modern Radio Record Label and This Ain't Heaven Recording Concern. Best of all, the album release was sanctioned by all four original members of Signal To Trust and was a great way to reconnect with so many friends. Thanks y'all!

Pressing Info: 100 black cassette tapes.

Love, The Staff

Posted on April 16th, 2021
Steven Lee Lawson Joins The Stable Of Stars! Debut Album Up For Pre-Order!

Please welcome another new addition to the talent roster! Steven Lee Lawson hops on board to deliver his Self-Titled debut solo album, due out May 7. As a longtime writer and performer while a major part of Denver, CO's Oblio Duo and its various offshoots throughout the 00’s (Oblio Duo + The Archers, Oblio’s Arrow), Steven has always understood the craft of songwriting (which he'll be taking to his new home of Salida, CO). When you listen to the songs on Steven’s self-titled debut solo outing, there’s no hiding the fact that life can be hard and that Steven has done some hard living. The constant reminder in between the beautiful interplay of pain and joy is that rarely does one find satisfaction or strength of character in an easy life. Luckily for us, Steven is strong enough to know that, endure it successfully and set it to music. You can pre-order the vinyl LP in our Web Store right now in and choose either the limited edition or standard edition. You'll get lead single 'Economics' right away and the full album on release day. The standard edition LP is also available on our bandcamp. The LP (with download of course) is $16.00 and the digital long player is pay-what-you-want. You can also hear 'Economics' on our bandcamp sampler and the single is up on all the main streaming sites too. We're really happy to be working with Steven Lee Lawson again. Longtime SLN fans and friends will recall that Steven played bass in Snake Mountain, one of the two bands that were featured on our very first release! Pretty cool.

Love, The Staff

Posted on April 9th, 2021
SLN-212 Is A Sunday Morning Kinda Party!

You know, like it’s 1:00am Sunday morning but really it’s still Saturday night? That’s the kinda party we’re talking about here and the soundtrack is the brand new self-titled Sunday State album! Post-punk campfire songs have never sounded so sweet. This album scratches those itches for the timeless sound of vintage Laurel Canyon as well as the immediacy and impact of 90’s alt-rock. You can grab the digital long player from our Web Store or from our Bandcamp (today is bandcamp Friday too!). You can also find this fantastic album on all the standard digital/streaming sites. But wait, there’s more! This long player will be seeing a pressing on the proper format for long players- 12” vinyl. More info on that later. Until then, enjoy the tunes in 21st century style.

Love, The Staff

Posted on April 2nd, 2021
SLN-211 Shows A New Lion Roaring!

A lion can be loud and fierce, but also subtle and cunning. Those happen to be apt descriptions of the brand new digital long player from Nuevo Leon, “Rust Colored Light”, that’s out now! Trevor McMorris plays one-man-band and takes the listener on a tour of all of his musical influences that span decades, all while having a consistent sound and style that reminds us that they are indeed Trevor’s own songs. That’s a rare feat for any musician and as listeners we’re all rewarded with the quality of work that Trevor put into “Rust Colored Light”. You can snag the digital long player from our Web Store or from our Bandcamp (today is bandcamp Friday too!). You can also find this excellent album on all the standard digital/streaming sites. Nuevo Leon, this new lion, is already finding its way in the world. Imagine the stories that will come as its experiences continue to grow.

Love, The Staff

Posted on April 2nd, 2021