Bobby Meader Music Joins Antique Records, Announces ‘Breakfast After Noon’

Boston-based indie label Antique Records continues to grow at an alarming rate. Just a month after announcing the release of I Can See Mountains’ Gone Beachy EP the label that started out making cassettes has just announced their third vinyl release of 2014.

I don’t know how many of you spend hours scrolling the net for the latest singer-songwriter outfits that remind you of the perfect crossroads between folk storytelling and punk-laden honesty, but it’s become one of my favorite pastimes over the last six years of running UTG. Bobby Meader is someone I discovered about a year ago and it makes me beyond excited to tell you that he’s become the latest member of the Antique Records family. His new release, Breakfast After Noon, will be pressed as a 7″ vinyl and made available later this year. The album will feature 4 brand new recordings, including 2 new songs. Pre-orders are expected to begin in early August. You can view the artwork at the end of this post.

Bobby’s music is the type of stuff that makes you want to fall in love and then break it off, if only to have a fitting soundtrack for the entire experience. He documents life, love, and the evolution of friendships through a lens entirely his own. His latest album, My Coffee’s All Cold, is available now wherever music is sold. I have included a personal favorite, “Sad Songs,” below.


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2 Responses to “Bobby Meader Music Joins Antique Records, Announces ‘Breakfast After Noon’”

  1. Christopher Renfrew says:

    This has been my go-to website for some time now for most music news, so i trust your judgement and am looking into this! I did check out the label and it would be cool if they pressed American Opera’s demo/listen tape on vinyl.

    sidenote: for a while i have wondered why the comment section is abysmal at times. where is everyone? You are telling me no one except me has opinions on the stuff you guys post!?

  2. HaulixJames says:

    Thanks for the note, Christopher! I hate when the comments sections are weak as well. We often have posts that get a lot of comments, but this summer has been particularly dry.