TVD Ticket Giveaway: Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records Label Launch Party, April 14th

New vinyl-centric Brooklyn label, Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records saw its first release in November with the excellent full-length debut from Prince Rupert’s Drops, Run Slow.

Since then, the imprint has released an LP from Finnish psychedelic band Kiki Pau, and this month, a debut EP from LA psych-Kraut jammers JJUUJJUU, and a split 10″ EP between New England psych-folk masters MMOSS and Quilt which comes out April 23rd. Take a look at some of BBiB Records’ sweet vinyl packaging over at their Big Cartel shop.

Four months after its first release, Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records is now officially ready to throw a big label launch party, and what better way to do it then with 3 bands on the label’s roster? I’ll tell you a better way…with 3 roster bands and YOU and your FPO! I just made that up…FPO = Favorite +1.

Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records Label Launch Party, Sunday, April 14th at Glasslands Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.


So, if you’re in the NYC area this Sunday night and want to see MMOSS, Quilt, Prince Rupert’s Drops, and The Electric Mess (with amazing visuals from Drippy Eye Projections)—and of course raise a celebratory glass with Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records—then simply enter to win a pair of tickets by commenting below with your current favorite band or artist. Easy enuff, right?

Winner will be chosen from comments on Thursday, April 11th.

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Facebook event page for BBiB Records Label Launch Party

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  • Joe Sivick

    I just saw MMOSS open up for one of my current favorites, Jacco Gardner, at the Mercury Lounge. Both put on a great performance and I’d love to see them again!

  • Mike at TVD NYC

    The winner has been notified via email. Can you guess who it is?!


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