One Hundred Paces Debut "The Reckoning" at

One Hundred Paces have released their first single "The Reckoning" off their upcoming full length record "This Distance," which we will be releasing on April 22, 2017. It is premiering now over at  Those of you on the west coast can check the band out on March 8, 2017 @ The Silverlake Longe (Los Angeles) or March 22, 2017 @ Soho (Santa Barbara). You can pre-order "This Distance" over at Bandcamp.

Fire in the Radio Announce Fall Tour Dates; Performance at Fest 15, and New Album

Philadelphia’s Fire in the Radio have announced a series of fall tour dates in further support of last year’s acclaimed record “Telemetry.” The dates include shows with J. Robbins, Drug Church (No Sleep Records), Such Gold (Razor & Tie) and a performance at this year’s Fest 15 in Gainesville, Florida:

Oct. 22 – West Chester, PA – Social Lounge

Oct. 23 – State College, PA – Top Button Boys & Girls House

Oct. 24 – Kutztown, PA – Young Ones Records

Oct. 25 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot and Saddle*

Oct. 26 – Richmond, VA – The Camel

Oct. 27 – Wilmington, NC – Reggie’s Pre-Fest Shindig#

Oct. 28 – Gainesville, FL – Fest 15

*w/ J.Robbins and Daria

w/ Drug Church and Such Gold

In addition, the band is in the process of putting the finishing touches on their new record, titled “Drug Life.” The record was recorded at Gradwell House Recordings (Into It. Over It., Beach Slang, Foxing) and mixed by Jesse Gander (Japandroids, White Lung). The record, which the band collectively describes as its darkest effort to date, is set for release in early 2017.

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    "The Philadelphia scene has always been pretty vibrant; the rest of the world has just finally started to notice it. The past few years have seen everyone from The Menzingers and Beach Slang to Modern Baseball and Restorations impress with wildly original albums. Based on their stellar debut, Telemetry—released in May on Wednesday Records—Fire In The Radio is the latest Philly band to keep the streak alive." - New Noise Magazine

    “With the hooks of Gaslight Anthem, The leads of The Menzingers, and the melodies of classic melodic punk, Fire In The Radio combines their elements to form their new album, Telemetry....Fire In The Radio might just be the catchiest band in their genre. Their melodic songs are filled with powerful riffs and emotional vocals. Telemetry is a testimony to Fire In The Radio’s strength to write indulgently catchy songs that will never lose their luster." -

    “A melodic punk supergroup of sorts, Fire In The Radio are a band of punk and hardcore lifers who’ve pooled their resumes into an exceptionally catchy, well-written record, Telemetry. Think Samiam, late-period Jawbreaker, even Saves The Day." - Half Cloth

Mock Orange sign to Topshelf Records release new album

There are few bands more deserving of success than Mock Orange. For over a decade they have toiled away refining their craft, evolving, and writing amazing songs. As individuals, there are none kinder or more humble. We could not be more pleased to have had the privilege of releasing several of their records and cheered the loudest on their signing to the amazing label that is Top Shelf Records. It is our hope this move will give them greater visibility and a broader fanbase, all of which they undoubtedly deserve. Their new record is incredible and you should pre-order it immediately. More on the record can be found here:

Fire in the Radio Debut "Telemetry" Trailer at


On May 12, 2015, Philadelphia’s Fire in the Radio will release its new record entitled “Telemetry” on Wednesday Records.

Work on the record, which contains eleven tracks, started last year when Fire in the Radio spent time at Inner Ear studios in Washington, DC, with engineer Don Zientara (Fugazi) doing a series of demos. The demos turned into the foundation for a full-length record that was recorded in the summer of 2014 at Miner Street Studios in Philadelphia (The Menzingers, Restorations) with producer Thom Flowers (Lagwagon) and engineer Matt Schimelfenig (Cayetana). The record was mixed by Jesse Gander (Japandroids) at Rain City Recorders in Vancouver, and mastered by Alan Douches in New York. The band, who derives their name from the Charles Bukowski poem “Regard Me," has a unique sound that has been appropriately described as an amalgamation of Jawbreaker, Tigers Jaw, Weezer and Title Fight.

The "Telemetry" album art features a photograph from Don Hamerman's "Found Baseball" series, which has been prominently featured in Juxtapoz magazine and NPR. is running an exclusive feature of a film trailer detailing the recording of the record at Miner Street.

The trailer was shot by Brandon Dexter.  The “Telemetry” video trailer can be viewed here: