Run For Cover Records Entire Catalogue Available as Pay What You Want on Bandcamp Through This Weekend
100% of Proceeds Donated to Planned Parenthood & RFC Will Match Donations Up to $5000
Inaugural Something in the Way Festival
December 14, 2016 at Webster Hall in NYC Adds Nothing
In light of recent events, Run For Cover Records has announced that their entire digital catalogue will be available on their Bandcamp page for “pay what you want” through Sunday, November 13th. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood and Run For Cover will match the donations up to $500.
Additionally, Run For Cover has teamed up with Fred Perry to present the inaugural Something In the Way Festival, set to take place December 14, 2016 in New York City. Featuring performances across all three stages at Webster Hall, the festival takes over the venue for the evening to showcase a wide variety of bands with Run For Cover affiliations including Modern Baseball, Nothing, mewithoutYou, Basement, Citizen, Turnover, Alex GO, Elvis Depressed, Teen Suicide, Nicole Dollanganger and Crying. More special guests will be announced in the coming weeks.
A pre-show will be held in Run For Cover’s hometown of Boston at The Royale on December 13, 2016 featuring Basement, Citizen and Turnover.
Tickets for the festival along with more information and tickets are available at http://somethingintheway.net
Run for Cover Records got its start in 2004 between the walls of a New England dorm room. Out of a passion for local punk and hardcore music backboned by DIY ethos and aspirations for an all-inclusive community, the company has since evolved into an eclectic indie rock label crossing genres, scenes and geographies. Ten years since the labels inception Run For Cover no longer lives out of owner Jeff Casazzas’ apartment, but instead houses an entire team inside of its Boston headquarters.
This label is the product of common interests connected by wide-range discovery and a wholehearted commitment to establishing young artists from the ground up. While purist ambitions have led way to cracking the Billboard charts and being humbled by critical praise, Run for Cover gets its biggest endorsements in its role as the bridge between new bands and listeners.