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Posted April 7th, 2011

It’s almost been a year since Seafrost released Waves In The Atmosphere as a digital download. Well now we finally get a physical release on CD. Check out the screen shots below. Visit the Bandcamp page to purchase the album which also comes with a bonus disc of loops and demos called Extra Textures.

Front Back Outside Inside Disc Cover Art

Posted April 6th, 2011

This is old news by now, but we had been having problems with our web server for quite some time and are just now able to announce that Gholas have released their new full length Загадка on CD. Music blogs have been praising the album, both for the dense doomy sound that explodes on their speakers and also for the amazing artwork and packaging. Check out pictures of the physical release below as well as a stream of the song “9000 Reasons.” To hear the entire album, visit the band’s Bandcamp page.


9000 Reasons by Gholas

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Posted July 9th, 2010

Seafrost’s Waves In The Atmosphere has arrived. As the brainchild of Harry Benson, Seafrost is a wonderful blend of shoegaze and 90′s alt rock with haunting melodies and layers of effect laden guitars. The entire album is available as a whole or in parts on the Seafrost Band Camp page as a pay-what-you want (or not at all…) download. An excerpt from the page:

“After almost a year of off and on recording, I am happy to finally be able to share Waves In The Atmosphere with you! For the past few years I’ve been playing solo creating instrumental songs ranging from folk to ambient. Seafrost marks the first project to feature drums, vocals and professional recording :) The inspirations for this spawned from my memories of 90′s alternative music and my adoration for shoegaze and psychedelic music. Now, with the help of Evan and Carla, Waves In The Atmosphere is ready to enter your eardrums! Physical copies may become available eventually, but as of now there are no solid plans.”

Take a listen to “Rainbow Static” here, or go to the Band Camp page to hear the whole album.


Rainbow Static by Seafrost

Posted May 2nd, 2010

It’s been quite a long while in the making, but Evan Wall, better known as †Church†, finally brings us his debut album I Did A Horrible Thing To Meet You. The album consists of ten tracks that perfectly blend dark folk, alternative rock, and metal inspirations into a ball of emotional chaos. Recorded over a very, very long period at Red Planet, and mastered by Colin Marston at Menegroth, I Did A Horrible Thing… is one of 2010′s albums you wont want to miss. Check out one of the record’s more rocking songs below, along with photo’s of the packaging. The CD is available for purchase now at live performances or through the †Church† Myspace page.


City Of Failure by †Church†

Posted February 8th, 2010

Way back in June 2009 Deathbeds came back into the studio and recorded 3 songs that would eventually be released as a 7″ entitled No Funeral. This time, Chris Grigg (Woe, Near Dark) stepped in to co-engineered the project with us. After rejecting the first test press, No Funeral was finally released last month on Younglungs Ltd. It was pressed on 300 beautiful clear-green pieces of vinyl. Each record comes with a digital download card. The rejected test press was also released in late 2009 which was limited to 30 copies. Check out the photos below, read the blog on the Younglungs site (or better yet, buy the record from them), and listen to the song “Eighteen Hundred And Froze To Death” also posted below.

Eighteen Hundred And Froze To Death by Deathbeds

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Posted November 12th, 2009

Dangerbird’s new album Homestead is now available for purchase. The bulk of the album was recorded live at Red Planet in front of a studio audience back in March of 2008. Other elements were later added and mixed in to achieve the final sound that is heard on the record. It’s an enhanced CD with all kinds of extra goodies and you can order it for $8 (includes postage) by clicking here. You can visit Dangerbird and hear their music by going to their Myspace page.


Alien+Cop by Dangerbird

Posted June 8th, 2009

Tina Keffeyah came into Red Planet over Memorial Day weekend and recorded a demo almost entirely live. It sounds rough and raw just like rock n’ roll should. Get it on their blog or click this direct link to download it for free.

Here are some reviews from their web site:
“Think Daft Punk meets Helmet”- Pitchfork Media
“These guys give us the biggest boner!”- R5 productions
“I’m wearing my Kafiya right now!”- City Paper
“I’m a DJ!”- Diplo

Posted May 2nd, 2009

Hey everyone, this month we celebrate our 5 year anniversary. Thanks to all the bands we’ve worked with and our friends who’ve helped us get this far. Hopefully, in another 5 years we’ll be posting about our 10 year anniversary.

Posted March 23rd, 2009

Tonight we begin construction on two brand new rehearsal rooms. Please contact us if your band or someone you know is looking for a monthly rehearsal room.

Also, in addition to our Myspace page, you can now follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Please add us as a friend, follow us, or become a fan (whichever terminology the particular site happens to use).

Posted March 17th, 2009

*EDIT: Callahan Guitars is no longer operating out of Red Planet. Sorry.

We are pleased to announce that Callahan Guitars is renting space from us. The tech’s name is Shane and he repairs guitars and basses. His hours of operation are as follows:

Monday through Friday 12pm – 8pm
Saturdays 11am – 7pm

You can contact him at 856-466-8158

And, in case you forgot, our address is:

300 E. Madison Ave
Clifton Heights, PA 19018