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The Cinnamon Band Record Release Show, Video, & More!
Flyer Credit: Jon Styer
THIS SATURDAY! which happens to Record Store Day and the same day as the Rocktown Beer and Music Festival, will also and most importantly be the Record Release Show for The Cinnamon Band’s brand new 7” on Funny / Not Funny Records. Everyone who purchases the record at the show will be entered in a contest to win a copy of the test press pictured below! The winner will be chosen at random and he or she can either pick up the test press at the end of the show or leave their contact information at the merch table. The test presses come with alternate black cover and are limited to 5! If you forget to snag a copy tomorrow we are also giving away a second copy of the test press for everyone who Pre-Orders online from our store.
So it goes without saying how amazing this Saturday is going to be for the town of Harrisonburg. If you are unable to make it this Saturday and still live in Virginia, The Cinnamon Band will be performing at The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville, VA on 4/20 with the wonderful Sharon Van Etten. Don’t live in Virginia? Then how about checking out this brand and amazing new video for Black Love off their new record!
Video Credit: Will Renton
PRESS!! What is being said about our recent releases:
F/NF 018: Cinnamon Band - Black Love / Tough Love 7”
“It’s pop, but it’s stripped-down, raw but lightly produced, and filled with a southern-tinged style of vocals set to harmony.” - FencePost
F/NF 017: The Diamond Center - California / Bells 7”
““California” features a sea of fuzzy and swirling guitars, scattered carefully between the gorgeous and blissful vocals that sound masked by a glowing veil of smoke.” - The Styrofoam Drone
““California” quickly — I’m talking instantaneously — became my favorite Diamond Center song. ” - You Hear That ?!?
““California” starts out sounding every bit of the Old West; a little dark and gloomy, a little sinister – midnight campfires, shadows cast everywhere by the full moon.” - SIRENS of DECAY
“The Diamond Center are purveyors of very fine lush, shimmering neo-psychedelia.” - The Mad Mackerel
F/NF 016: The Demon Beat / Elephant Child Split 7”
“Both tracks [Teenage Wasteland & Under the Bridge pt. II] look to knock you right on your ass, coming together with heavy, crunchy guitars and a solid, hard rocking attitude.” - The Styrofoam Drone
“If you’re a fan of heavy hitting, distortion filled garage rock, then this effort is just perfect for you!” - MusicBoxPete
“This is not funny: The Demon Beat slay on new split release.” - WVRockscene
F/NF 015: Naked Gods - No Jams LP
“You probably haven’t yet heard of Naked Gods, but that may soon change.” - Verbicide Magazine
“The opening 32 seconds of No Jams‘ opening track “Teenage Colony” is more than enough to get you hooked on Naked Gods.” - FencePost
“North Carolina beard-pop band Naked Gods keep it realz yo’. Foot tapping music. Yeyeeee.” - Gold Soundz