UPDATE: Quote Your Pulse Records has partnered with UK label Enjoyment Records for the official UK co-release of Second to Last’s new EP “Vessel” on 7inch vinyl.
The EP is available now in their webstore. We look forward to working with Enjoyment Records on some future releases!
Winding down from their U.S. Tour, Lodi pop punk band Second to Last is excited to announce the release of their sophomore EP “Vessel” through Quote Your Pulse Records.
Lead singer Tyson Evans said, “We’re still young and we’re doing what we can with what we’ve got. We are so grateful for the new found support and look forward to working with QYP.” Continue reading
Editor’s Note: One of our biggest fans, Lolvia Yella, looks back at her local scene and how QYP influenced her musical tastes. Happy reading!
By Lolvia Yella
There are two things I’m into: shows and music. The two basic materials someone needs to survive, besides food, water, oxygen, and shelter. But for me, it’s a radical experience
It started when I was in the 8th grade, when the hardcore scene was a huge thing in Los Banos. I mean HUGE! Everyone and anyone who was looking for a wild, yet potent style would be downtown at Hot Dog Heaven, (one of the only places to see a show) standing outside in a long line, waiting to get inside to show off their moves. It was sort of like a disco-tech for the modern age. Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Meet Dustin, a.k.a EveryGiants. He’s a little shy, but you’ll warm up to him just like we have.
When asked to describe myself, my views, and my influences I can’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of unfamiliarity. Very rarely do I talk about myself, rarer do I find myself writing about the subject of me. But for the sake of a challenge and the sudden emergence of opportunities being thrust upon me let’s give this a go. Continue reading
The valley is alive with the sound of music. From pop and punk to folk, indie, and rock, “Central California Mixtape”, the newest release from record label Quote Your Pulse, proves you don’t have to travel far to find talented new bands. Featuring over 40 unsigned and unknown California artists, the free release compiles quality sounds for all musical tastes.
“The goal of the mix tape is to showcase good, homegrown music,” Continue reading