June72012

Paper + Plastick Records To Release Jon Snodgrass EP and Tin Horn Prayer/Rob Huddleston Split on July 10

Paper + Plastick Records is excited to announce today the release of a new EP from Jon Snodgrass and a split from Tin Horn Prayer and Rob Huddleston. The EP and split will both come out on July 10.
You can check out a brand-new song from each of the bands on the Paper + Plastick SoundCloud page. You can embed these songs right on your websites! The Jon Snodgrass track is called “More Fun” and the Tin Horn Prayer and Rob Huddleston songs - which are together on this playlist - are called “All’s Well That Ends” and “Angry All the Time,” respectively.

The Jon Snodgrass EP, titled More Buddies, More Fun, features many guest musicians. The guests on the song we’re streaming now, “More Fun,” are Frank Turner and Ben Nichols (Lucero). 

For Tin Horn Prayer, the split contains two songs from an upcoming full-length titled Grapple the Rails, which the band recently finished recording. For Huddleston, the split is one of many smaller releases that will see over three albums of recently recorded material making its way to the public.
Below, you will find more information on each of the releases. Each of the “more details” links will lead to the same press release on the Exit 384 Media website, where you can find full-size album art for each release and the band bios.
Please announce the release date for these releases and embed the SoundCloud streams on your sites! Email Thomas Nassiff at exit384media@gmail.com for press requests, to ask for advance music for reviews, or set up an interview or feature for any of these releases.
MORE ABOUT JON SNODGRASS:
Jon Snodgrass & Friends
More Buddies, More Fun
July 10, 2012

Jon Snodgrass’ release is called More Buddies, More Fun and it’s the follow-up to the Tri-State Record 7-inch that came out on Paper + Plastick Records last year. Like his last release, Snodgrass enlists the help of a smattering of guest musicians on the EP. 

Guest musicians on More Buddies, More Fun include Frank Turner, Ben Nichols, Rick Steff, Jim Ward, Stephen Egerton, Brian Wahlstrom and Darren Radach. The song that we’re streaming now, “More Buddies,” includes guest vocal contributions from Turner and Nichols. It’s one of the slower songs on the EP, but accurately displays the alt-country stylings of Snodgrass’ writing.

Best known as vocalist for Armchair Martian and half of the singing in Drag The River, Jon Snodgrass is slowly becoming one of the more popular alternative country/punk musicians still actively playing music.

More Buddies, More Fun will be available on July 10 on 7” vinyl from Paper + Plastick Records. Expect a preorder soon. 


MORE ABOUT TIN HORN PRAYER AND ROB HUDDLESTON:


Tin Horn Prayer & Rob Huddleston
Split
July 10, 2012

The split between Denver’s Tin Horn Prayer and Richmond, Va.’s Rob Huddleston (Ann Beretta, Foundation, Inquisition) was originally to be released this May, but was pushed back due to manufacturing delays. Now available on July 10, the split will be available digitally and on 7” vinyl. 

Tin Horn Prayer, an alumnus of FreeMusicFirst.org, and its six members play a brand of rock and roll that has as much Tom Waits in it as it does today’s gruff-punk. Meanwhile, Huddleston, the frontman of the adored Ann Beretta and his solo project, Foundation, brings a more stripped-down, acoustic element to the split. 
 
“We share many of the same influences but sound very different,” Huddleston says of Tin Horn Prayer. “We have similar song writing themes and styles but fairly different execution. I think for me it’s also an opportunity to have my music heard by a new audience and I hope to be able to do the same for them.”
 
The split will contain two songs from each band. For Tin Horn Prayer, the split contains two songs from an upcoming full-length titled Grapple the Rails, which the band recently finished recording. For Huddleston, the split is one of many smaller releases that will see over three albums of recently recorded material making its way to the public.
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