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Since 1988, the Toledo, OH; Los Angeles, CA (2003-2006); and New York City (2006-present) label, Doghouse Records, has been releasing the finest indie rock, punk, and hardcore records.
Over the years Doghouse has released records by many of the world’s seminal bands, including The Get Up Kids, Hot Water Music, Endpoint, Chamberlain, Threadbare, and The Metroschifter.
Below are HIGH RES versions of Doghouse Records band photos, album art, etc. for use in fanzine articles, flyers, etc. Do with them what you will.
www.doghouserecords.com /v2/contact.php   (191 words)

  The Punk Site . Com | Punk. Respect It.
They are celebrating in the same way they did with their 50th release, and that is to release a cheap sampler (only 5 bucks!) of some new, unreleased material along with some previously released ones.
Doghouse 100 has 10 songs from bands in their current lineup (with the exception of The All-American Rejects which recently jumped onto the Dreamworks Records roster).
Each band has one major thing in common though (other then the fact of being on the same record label), they are all in it for the love of music and work their butts off to create the music they love.
www.thepunksite.com /reviews.php?page=album/number_d/doghouse100   (283 words)

 Sessions Records   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Soon after, they headed into House of Faith Studios (Oakland, CA) to record a demo containing "Balance," "Your Arms the Blades," and "Patterson Pass." They released the songs as a self-titled demo and played their first show in February of 2000.
Sessions Records approached the band about re-releasing the EP and signing them on for a full length, the band happily agreed and repressed the EP with slightly different artwork.
An older song entitled "Dear Shannon" was finally recorded almost entirely acoustic by the band for a comp called "Voice this Sound," (Inverse Records).
www.sessionsrecords.com /bands/time_spent_driving/index.htm   (830 words)

 LEFT OFF THE DIAL - Album Reviews - Doghouse Spring/Summer Sampler 2003
The majority of this record could be described as uninspired rock.
The fact that Doghouse Records seems mainly to house bands that are tagged as emo doesnt say much either.
This band may be on an emo-plagued label, but their driving guitars and pleading vocals set them far apart from any of their peers who claim to be so emotionally saddled.
www.leftoffthedial.com /Doghouse_Sampler.htm   (375 words)

 NowOnTour - Celebrity Review   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The band's first release is an EP released on One Day Savior records, Sleep, and from that the band scored a spot on the soundtrack to the film Swimfan.
Doghouse has no reason to feel like the second choice, as the band claims Doghouse head honcho Dirk Hemsath was the first label to actually fly in for a show.
Otherwise, validating all the time spent listening to a fabulous record would be hard to do.
www.nowontour.com /reviews/record/00100.php   (537 words)

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