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Greetings Doomers,

As we find ourselves in December, it's both surreal and heartening to reflect on the incredible support you've shown the label throughout the year. Your unwavering backing has been the cornerstone of our survival, and for that, I extend my deepest gratitude. Navigating this year hasn't been a walk in the park, but together, we've triumphed.

I take immense pride in the exceptional music we've had the privilege of releasing this year. While I might be a bit biased, many of our albums have earned a spot on my personal "Best Of" list. If you're curating your own list to share online, I encourage you to consider spotlighting a Perpetual Doom release or two.

As we stand on the threshold of 2024, the future holds promising projects in our pipeline. Anticipate new albums from the likes of Little Wings, Bill Baird, Lee Baggett, and, hopefully, a sequel to Blind Dead Timmy + Lee Baggett’s ‘Strings Across The Water’ album. There's even a chance we might have something new from Graves.

If you've been contemplating the purchase of a Perpetual Doom release, now might be the perfect

As we approach the holiday season, I wish you all safety and joy. Personally, I'm looking forward to indulging in a plethora of classic and obscure Christmas movies and albums. What are some of your favorites?

Once again, thank you for making the challenging journey of keeping Doom alive more than worthwhile. Your support is what fuels our hope.

Best, Lou

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The independent music journal Atwood Magazine just debuted a fantastic interview with the Queens-based indie rock duo Diamond Grinder. In the interview, they delve into their dreamy debut album 'Expectations,' discussing songwriting and sharing their inspiration for what’s to come!

Read the full article "Interview: Diamond Grinder's 'Expectations' are High, But Their Debut Album is Higher":

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Earlier this year, Graves (moniker of veteran singer-songwriter Greg Olin) released his best record yet in Gary Owens: I Have Some Thoughts, a country gem influenced by “a lineage of West Coast dreamers, surfers and skaters”. The California-based musician treats his inaugural Lagniappe Session with a similar country touch, the five eclectic tracks accompanied accompanied by pedal steel guitar, Wurlitzer piano and more.

Listen to the session and read about the musician’s selections, ranging from Bob Welch-era Fleetwood Mac to Miley Cyrus at the Aquarium Drunkard website HERE

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