Ok! Good Records SXSW Sampler Featured On Front Page Of NoiseTrade!

SXSW Noisetrade Sampler

SXSW kicks off tomorrow, and what better way to celebrate than with free music? Thanks to our friends over at NoiseTrade, the official Ok! Good Records SXSW sampler is now displayed under the “New & Notable” releases section of their home page! The sampler features tunes from favorites like Dovetail, Donots, Paper Aeroplanes, and Sparkadia, while also debuting new tracks from Jon Allen and Hafdis Huld. You can download the full sampler for free here, and don’t forget to pick up a couple of your favorite albums for the special price of $5 here!


This heavy feeling goin’ round
Got people hiding underground
I sit in silence with your ghost
I am afraid of you the most

When you move just like a hurricane
I search for shelter from the rain
When you move just like a hurricane
I can’t get near you, babe

These petty feelings got a way
And come slipping from you, I should say
You shake the bookcase from the wall
I’m not afraid of you at all

Cause you move just like a hurricane
I search for shelter from the rain
When you move just like a hurricane…

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SXSW Ok! Good Records Sampler

SXSW is just around the corner, so why not kick it off right with the official Ok! Good Records SXSW Sampler?! Featuring favorites like Dovetail, Donots, Schiller, A Genuine Freakshow, and more, the sampler will also give downloaders a first listen to the upcoming Jon Allen and Hafdis Huld albums! You can find the sampler by clicking here, and don’t forget to grab your copy of ALL Ok! Good Records artists albums for the sale price of $5 here!

Track Listing:

  1. “Hurricane” – Dovetail
  2. “Fortune Teller” – The Musgraves
  3. “So Long (feat. Frank Turner)” – Donots
  4. “With You (feat. Colbie Caillet)” – Schiller
  5. “No Easy Way Out” – Carly Jamison
  6. “Mary” – Sparkadia
  7. “Lucky” – Hafdis Huld
  8. “Hopscotch Machine Gun Madness” – A Genuine Freakshow
  9. “Night & Day” – Jon Allen
  10. “Skies On Fire” – Paper Aeroplanes
  11. “Army Of Invisible Men” – The Windupdeads
  12. “Onside” – Alex Hart

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We just put together a new playlist with all our latest and greatest releases for everyone to check out in one convenient place. This OK! Good playlist is ready to be taken wherever you go, so you can enjoy our tunes without having to be tied down to any computer or stereo! Check out the playlist below, and why not follow us while you are visiting? (We won’t bite).

The Paper Aeroplanes Daytrotter Session Is Now Online

Not too long ago, Paper Aeroplanes participated in a Daytrotter session, and now the whole session is available to stream online. The 5 track session features some new songs from the band, and is available to download for members of the site. You also get the funny artwork for free. Check out the session here.

You can also purchase or stream Paper Aeroplanes’ “The Day We Ran Into The Sea” right here:

Paper Aeroplanes Do Guest Column For Q Magazine

Paper Aeroplanes recently did a guest column for music magazine, Q Magazine. For Paper Aeroplanes’ article they spoke about songs that inspired their music, why it is sometimes important to have a message in music, and devoted fans. You can check out the full post here.

Here is a quote from their article:

From football songs to chants at political rallies, melody gives a catchy element to words that make them easy to remember and, perhaps more importantly, harder to forget. But it’s the emotional response to certain melodies that I believe adds that extra “shade of meaning”.

Music gathers people together. Supporting a band from the early days of tiny club gigs through to a major breakthrough can be a cause in itself for many devoted fans. From an artist’s point of view I can tell you that when a gig goes well it can feel like a huge family gathering. When better to try to get an important message across than in a venue filled with people who have come to see you perform your music and deliver your message, whether it’s one of heartbreak or politics.

Paper Aeroplanes’ album, The Day We Ran Into The Sea can be purchased/streamed on our website. Click on the artwork below.

Paper Aeroplanes Perform Live For Daytrotter!

Paper Aeroplanes recently did a live session for Daytrotter while in London. Paper Aeroplanes performed live from the Daytrotter Studios as part of the Daytrotter Live Sessions schedule. The live sessions was streamed live on February 27th, but more than likely will be available for download/stream on the daytrotter website soon. Stick around for it!

You can also purchase or stream “The Day We Ran Into The Sea” right here:

DrunkenWerewolf Interviews Paper Aeroplanes!

DrunkenWerewolf Magazine recently did a nice interview with Paper Aeroplanes. In the interview, the band tells about their future plans, writing processes, influences, and much more. You can read the full review here.

You can also purchase or stream “The Day We Ran Into The Sea” right here:
You can also purchase or stream the single by clicking on the artwork below:

Fresh On The Net Interview Paper Aeroplanes

Music website, Fresh On The Net did a really nice interview with Paper Aeroplanes this past weekend. In a segment on the website called “Prick And Ding” the band was asked many questions including: artist inspiration, best musical experiences, hair wishlists, and more. You can check out the interview below, and get the full scoop over at Fresh On The Net.

1. What are you up to at the moment?

Touring, touring, touring. Eating bad, high fat food.

2. Favourite childhood memory?

Doing a living show for my friend parents, performing numbers such as The Bartman and our dance routine to Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give you Up.

3. Hero?
Dangermouse (the animal not the producer)

4. Villain?

DeadMau5 (the producer not the animal)

5. What/who makes you laugh?
Daniel Kitson

6. Describe what you do?
Sing a lot, try to put feelings into well arranged words.

7. Who’s hair would you like to have for just one day?
Side Show Bob

8. Best musical experience to date?
Playing Koln Philarmonic to 1500 silent people. Beautiful venue and attentive crowd. It felt intense.

9. What artist inspires you?
I really love and am inspired by our Indepedent musician friends, forging a career and making art in a difficult climate. Al Lewis, Jess Morgan, Zervas and Pepper, Jake Morley, Evan Jack…

10. What does Fresh On The Net mean to you?
Its an inspiring platform for new and exciting music. So many great artists have had their first national exposure on Tom’s show.

LSMedia Crown Paper Aeroplanes “Sound Of The Week”

Liverpool’s local student newspaper, LSMedia just made Paper Aeroplanes their “Sound of the Week.” If you recall, LSMedia also did a really nice interview with the band last week, so it’s nice to see the band now being their choice pick for this week as well. LSMedia was also quick to point this out by saying:

“Guardian writer Robin Denselow who notably said ‘with music this good, Paper Aeroplanes deserve a far wider audience’. The nail has been well and truly hit on the head with this statement. Far more people should know about this Welsh twosome, if not only for their ethereal folk melodies but for their heart warming, fairy light lit gigs and their sockless bass player (when playing live he chooses to wear no socks – each to their own).”

Paper Aeroplanes are currently on their headlining tour in Europe, and about to release a new EP entitled Time to Be. Stick around for more news on the band as they seem to have a lot in store for the future. In the meantime read the rest of LSMedia’s article on the band here.