Signal Hill and Better Looking Records announce the release of the special collection entitled The EPs (Expanded and Remastered)!
The EPs (Expanded and Remastered) combines the band's highly acclaimed debut release Self Titled EP with the Distance EP release, and adds a collection of rare b-sides. This collection features meticulously updated mixes by Kevin Dye (of the band Gates) and were remastered by award winning engineer Dax Liniere at Puzzle Factory Sound Studios (London, UK).
Signal Hill "The EPs" collection OUT NOW:
"The EPs" will be released on super limited edition gatefold 2xLP white vinyl! [5/25/2021 SOLD OUT]
B-sides from "The EPs" collection include:
- the seafarer (originally a bandcamp download to support a friend whose house was ruined in a major storm)
- down to bed (originally released as a b-side to california is too long 7”)
- the radiator (a cover of the song by the band Ida – originally released via a compilation benefiting support for japan during the 2011 earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster)
- time and tide (unreleased song tracked during the chase the ghost sessions).
Signal Hill is a 4-piece instrumental post-rock band with members located in Los Angeles, New York and London. The band emerged in the fall of 2004 in Los Angeles and has been active in the indie rock/emo/post rock scenes ever since.
"The EPs (Expanded and Remastered)" (July 9, 2021 Better Looking Records) revisits Signal Hills first two EPs combining them into one album along with special exclusive bonus tracks, including an instrumental cover of "The Radiator", a classic indie pop song by the band Ida.
Signal Hill's sound explores their love of indie rock, instrumental post-rock, electronic music and jazz. Despite the different geographies, Signal Hill has released three full length LPs, two EPs, one remix album and multiple singles/collaborative releases. The band has shared the stage with various acts such as All India Radio, This Will Destroy You, El Ten Eleven, Caspian and many more.
Better Looking Records is an independent record label founded in 2000 by Paul Fischer (after working for crank! Records in the late 90's) and Dave Brown (who ran Muddle Magazine and Holiday Matinee). Later, BLR added Colin Reef to the partnership along with his Grey Rock Records artists. BLR's offices are headquartered in the founder’s bedrooms in Los Angeles and New York. In addition, BLR established a music publishing arm to help bands collect publishing royalties and license music for television, film and advertising campaigns, including Grey's Anatomy, CSI, Californication, The OC, Chuck, Jeep, Hummer, Cadillac and many more. This site preserves BLR's passionate history and the amazing bands we've had the privilege to work with.