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Nov 23rd 2014

Posted in Band Update with tags , , , , , , , on November 21, 2014 by bleedinggold

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BG065 | Songs For Bleeding Gold

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 24, 2013 by bleedinggold
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Artwork by Jesse Treece

10 Bleeding Gold cover songs by other Bleeding Gold artists!!

Bleeding Gold will be slowing down for the remainder of the year. We are taking a break to reassess the current musical landscape, pay off some serious business debt and return to the fold at a later date with a new business plan that will be better for the artists, the label, and most importantly, the fans.

The download is FREE – but if there is anything you can give, know that the money will go into helping Bleeding Gold return like a phoenix!

Cheers!

BG060 | More Songs About Animals and TV

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , on September 16, 2013 by bleedinggold

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BUY THE CASSETTE HERE.

Today marks the release of More Songs About Animals and TV, the new EP from Asheville duo, Alligator Indian on San Diego-based label, Bleeding Gold Records. More Songs is a continuation in Christian Church and Spooky Bubble’s journey from blissed out noise to a ritualistic form of modern trance since relocating from Orlando. Their sound sits comfortably between the visceral pulse of dance and the cerebral headspace of the avant-garde. The four track EP is a weird ride that you’ll wait in line for again and again.

Allligator Indian recorded their EP at The Reptile Reservation in Asheville, NC. It was mastered by Warren Hildebrand (Foxes In Fiction) and all artwork was created by Zach Smith (Difference Clouds).

After playing playing shows at Total Bummer and Hopscotch Fest, the duo will be hitting the road again at the end of September with Molly Nilsson. The dates will include stops in Atlanta and their hometown of Asheville. Check out all of the tour dates below.

TOUR DATES
9/24 – Atlanta, GA @ 529 w/ Molly Nilsson
9/25 – Athens, GA @ Go Bar w/ Molly Nilsson
9/26 – Asheville, NC @ Apothecary w/ Molly Nilsson, Shenzhen
9/27 – Winston-Salem, NC @ Krankie’s w/ Molly Nilsson

BG041 | BG043

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , , on February 16, 2013 by bleedinggold

BG041: Alligator Indian – Winter We Won

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22 remixes of the original 11 tracks from BG021 Spring I’m In, the debut full-length LP from Alligator Indian. Featuring remixes by Vyxor, Some Ember, Moon Jelly, SubZero Venom, TOP GIRLS and many more! Available as a free (or pay what you like) download from BandCamp.

BG043: Just Handshakes – London Bound

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The first single from our latest UK-based band, Just Handshakes! Single and remix available for free download on Monday, 18 February.

BG021 | ALLIGATOR INDIAN Spring I’m In

Posted in Band Update, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on April 23, 2012 by bleedinggold

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Spring I’m In launches opportunely enough at the cusp of the season, but the recording process originally had Alligator Indian beginning work in their mountain retreat, the Rainbow Reservation, shortly after the summer release of their Football EP with Bleeding Gold. The resultant sound files came across like a worn out copy of Simon Reynold’s post-punk opus Rip It Up and Start Again dropped in a vat of lysergic acid diethylamide, if they may be so bold. And if’n they mayn’t, let’s just say it’s pretty not so bad. The aural constructs begin with a blistering sci-fi tale of a world where tyrannical governments mandate who a citizen can become betrothed to. From there, themes and sounds shift between fuzzy post-pop, a cappella bursts of vocals, and industrial cries for contentment.

Available on ‘CosmicPurple’ or Classic Black vinyl and CASSETTE here.

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Dark Fruit

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , , on April 17, 2012 by bleedinggold

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In a vanguard effort to introduce their debut LP, Alligator Indian chose the tune “Dark Fruit” to single-handedly represent the album. Balancing lyrics that deal with hope, loss, death, Florida wildfires, and of course vampires, “Dark Fruit” twists through haunting ivory interplay between Mister Church’s and Miss Bubble’s keys before erupting in tribal triumph and percussive payoff. To further articulate the audio, analogue auteur The Cyclist and pop patron Heart Island reimaginatively mixed, or “remixed,” the song. The sparse drone of The Cyclist’s version cuddles alongside Heart Island’s saccharine dance, creating a trio of immersive and entertaining tracks built around one unit of song.

Cult Of The Hopeless

Posted in Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 21, 2011 by bleedinggold

This collection of songs is a work-in-progress to showcase the upcoming releases on Bleeding Gold Records. The tracklisting may change over time and is only available to stream for now. Hope you like it!

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