We’re a record label and we release records. Here’s the current BCR collection:
A late night instrumental journey with ghosts through train rides, rural drives and freezing rain showers.
Collection of instrumental improvisations, loops, jams and other ambiant pieces.
“Improvised yes, but not aimless… 9/10.” – Exclaim!
“The beauty is, of course, in the simplicity…” – Ride The Tempo
“… an ideal soundtrack for late night treks through the snow…” – Grid City Magazine
“… a stunning reflection.” – Grayowl Point
“… a panoply of ambient dissonance, at once grating and weirdly intoxicating.” – Canuckistan Music
Anthology of the instrumental ambiant and noise work of Off Season. Limited edition of 15 mono cassettes.
“… thankfully, there’s an archive of unreleased Off Season material…” – Grid City Magazine
“… he now has a musical outlet to suit any emotional or musical need imaginable. We should all be so lucky.” – Grid City Magazine
“… enjoyable and interesting at the same time.” – The East
-“…nailing the malaise and melancholy Millennials and the Middle Aged alike are both feeling in 2016.” – Dominionated
-“La claque de l’été !” – À découvrir absolument
-“… punk bien crasseux, mais qui compte sur des mélodies efficaces…” – Le Canal Auditif
-“…serves up a more sophisticated sound while maintaining their punk roots.” – The East
-“short and fun piece of music.” – Patrick’s Music Blog
Limited edition of 40 mono cassettes.
-“By some stroke of luck or genius, this bastion of misery won’t leave you down in the dumps.” – Broken Pencil Magazine
-“who can resist a couple of guys who call themselves the downer punks of Fredericton?” – Ride The Tempo
-“That’s pretty cool” – Halifax Is Burning
-“an impressive addition to the band’s fast-growing body of work” – Grid City Magazine
-“the foundation for an act that has some serious potential” – IAmRileyC
Co-releases and other shenanigans:
Digital sampler released during the 2016 edition of Festival (506). Limited edition of 50 postcards.