Philadelphia DIY Punk Rock Payroll has gone digital! Most of their audio catalog is now available through most digital retailers thanks to digital distributor Built by Icon. Right now, you can download individual songs, entire albums, and a few previously unreleased tracks viaiTunes, mp3.com, emusic, Amazon.com, and about 110 other download sites you’re probably familiar with.
Along with the pay sites, you can now stream most of Punk Rock Payroll’s catalog via Pandora in addition to many blogs and podcasts. The tracks that are not currently up or available through any of the above mentioned outlets/resources will be in the next 4-6 weeks.
PRP has recently added Lux Perpetua to the digital catalog. Lux Perpetua is the solo project of Justin Wolf, whom you know from the Extraordinaires. Videos will soon be available featuring the inner workings of PRP HQ: they’ll be posting short interviews with band members on the label, as well as the people behind the scenes, and a few random videos of the city they all call home, Philadelphia.
the Extraordinaires’ Tour Dates:
July 26 – Greenville, NC @ Spazzatorium Galleria (w/ Tavo Carbone, Where the Buffalo Roamed, Mosied Ponies, Run Dan Run)
July 27 – Charleston, SC @ House Show – 322-B Sumter St (w/ Sarah Bandy, Beaks and Claw Family Band)
July 28 – Norfolk, VA @ The Tap House (w/ Little Trooper)
July 29 – Washington, DC @ Velvet Lounge (w/ Light Pollution, The Holy Attack)
July 30 – Glen Mills, PA @ Rachel Kohl Library (w/ Tavo Carbone)
July 31 – Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s Mambo Movers Showcase & Fundraiser (w/ The Sounds of Keleidoscope, The Company Corvette, Dog and Pony)
August 1 – Philadelphia, PA @ TBA (w/ Tavo Carbone, Light Pollution)
August 4 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Garfield Artworks (w/ Light Pollution)
August 15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Danger Danger Gallery Third Anniversary Fest (w/ Human Host, Height, Little Trooper and more!)
September 6 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Tiberino Museum (w/ Lux Perpetua)
September 12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s (Sisters 3 CD Release Show! w/ Hezekiah Jones)
September 29 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Khyber (w/ Child Bite, Kill You In The Face)
PRP’s other signee Kill You In The face has a new song on MySpace called “Maybe Next Year” that you should check out along with the electric version of “Cut and Run” from the Battle of the Vans EP. The guys will be previewing some new material while touring this summer (dates below) for the new recording they’re working on.
Kill You In The Face Tour Dates:
Aug 05 – Philadelphia – The Khyber
Aug 09 – Queens, NY- Wonderland
Aug 30 – Trenton, NJ – Hamilton Lanes
Sep 30 – Philadelphia – The Khyber (w/ The Extraordinaires)