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Every post we've ever made going back to 2006 has been meticulously tagged and archived here for you. Use the 'by artist' dropdown or the filters to show posts that're more specific to what you're looking for, or just scroll down to peruse things chronologically. Thanks for reading!
 
 
an illustration by Madeline Dowd, showing whimsical people enjoying music in various ways

roster posts:

Introducing: supernowhere

supernowhere

"supernowhere grabbed the attention of every person behind this label, and we are thrilled to get to partner with them in re-introducing their debut album Gestalt to the wider world, now available to stream on all platforms for the first time." read more →

 

Introducing: Olivia Kaplan

Olivia Kaplan

2021 finds her embarking on a new chapter with single “Wrong”, a warm and bouncing groove dedicated to everyone trying their best to find balance in devastation and absurdity. read more →

 

Introducing: Record Setter

Record Setter

We are thrilled to announce that we've added Record Setter to our roster, and will be releasing their new album '​I Owe You Nothing'​ digitally on November 6. read more →

 

Introducing: Lunarette

Lunarette

Let Lunarette take you on a journey through the pop sensuality of their polished, electronic world * read more →

 

Announcing: Flung

Flung

"a scattering of textures laced together with some intangible thread..." say hello to the newest member of our big beautiful family: Flung read more →

 

Alexia Avina // Announcing 'Unearth' and lead single "Fit Into"

Alexia Avina

The newest member of the Topshelf Records family, Alexia Avina, announces her new album and shares new music. read more →

 

Introducing: Harry the Nightgown

Harry the Nightgown

Harry the Nightgown’s influences range from The Raincoats and XTC to Rosalía and Kate Bush. Their sound has been compared to bands such as Dirty Projectors and Deerhoof. The product is defined by improv “Toast and Punch” recording techniques. read more →

 

Gregory Uhlmann // Lead Single "Spice Girls"

Gregory Uhlmann

“Neighborhood Watch is a cozy portrait of grains of sand, cats, ants, getting colds, letting loose, feeling shy, watching movies, and being in love.” read more →

 

Cancelled Tours // 100% of Bandcamp Sales Going to Artists

Gregory Uhlmann

Consider buying the record of anyone whose show you were planning on attending this Spring. You can head to Bandcamp to support your favorite artists now :^) read more →

 

standards // Signing and album announce

standards

The fruity two-piece math-rock group will release their debut full-length on Topshelf Records this summer read more →

 

addy // Debut album 'Eclipse' announced with the uplifting lead "Planted"

addy

Recent signee addy announce their debut album and share new music read more →

 

Crisman // Welcoming Crisman to the Topshelf family

Crisman

The Denton-based group sign with Topshelf Records and announce their self-titled studio debut read more →

 

Boyscott // Goose Bumps

Boyscott

Topshelf Records and Babe City Records present: Goose Bumps, by Boyscott read more →

 

Mid-Air Thief // Crumbling

Mid-Air Thief

Topshelf Records welcomes Mid-Air Thief to the roster with the reissue of their cult-acclaimed, electronic-infused folk album Crumbling read more →

 

Alfred. // Like You!!

Alfred. announces the release of their darkgospel opus, Like You!! read more →

 

Bellows // Album Announce: The Rose Gardener

The Brooklyn-based bedroom recording project has announced their new album The Rose Gardener and a slew of tour dates read more →

 

Another Michael // Land

Today we welcome Another Michael to the roster with the release of their new EP, Land! read more →

 

Doe // Welcome to the Roster!

Grow into It - out 9/28 read more →

 

El Ten Eleven // New Album, New Song and Video

Listen to "Phenomenal Problems" now read more →

 

Clearance // Album Announce + Single

We get the honor of releasing 'At Your Leisure' on 7/27 read more →

 

Elephant Gym // Balance, Angle, and Work on Vinyl

Enjoy Elephant Gym's previous releases on vinyl for the first time ever read more →

 

Queen of Jeans // Welcome to the Roster!

Check out a teaser for Queen of Jeans' upcoming LP read more →

 

Gingerlys // New Album + Single

Listen to "Turtledoves" from Gingerlys' S/T record... read more →

 

Announcing Six New Titles in Our Cassette Series

Really Big Pinecone

Last year we launched our first ever subscription—the idea was simple: a new cassette every month, for the whole calendar year. It was a lot of fun to curate and put together, but also pretty stressful to have to deliver something new every 30 days. Going into 2017, we decided... read more →

 

H A U N T E R & Eskimeaux // 2016 Cassette Subscription Series

Really Big Pinecone

Happy to announce the conclusion of our 2016 cassette subscription series with H A U N T E R’s STARTER / HAUNTER and Eskimeaux’s Year of the Rabbit! read more →

 

Melt // Riffer Cassette

Riffer by MELT will be the 11th installment of our Cassette Series... read more →

 

Heat // Album Announcement + Tour Dates

We are so excited to be working with Heat to release their debut LP, Overnight... read more →

 

Slingshot Dakota // Fall US Tour with Kississippi

​Bethlehem duo Slingshot Dakota have just announced a month long US headline tour that will run through October. For support they are bringing out Philadelphia's Kississippi. They'll also be meeting up with... read more →

 

Bellows // "Fist & Palm" On Cassette, Song Premieres on NPR and The Fader, Tour with PWR BTTM & Lisa Prank

Really Big Pinecone

I should preempt everything here in saying that, to date, Bellows' new album Fist & Palm is my favorite of this year. It's a fantastic record that takes me through the gamut of emotion. From grandiose soaring pop highs to introspective sullen lows, the album's eleven tracks are ambitious in both scope and sonic palette. read more →

 

Eerie Summer // "the way i don't understand anything anymore" Added to Our 2016 Cassette Series

Really Big Pinecone

"Instantly hooked." That's the most concise way I can describe the immediacy in which ​Eerie Summer's the way i don't understand anything anymore struck me on first listen read more →