Monday, May 17, 2010

Jade Tree Records signs Coffee Break Café to three-year record deal

Article by Beak Wilder / Photo courtesy of the World Wide Web

The Coffee Break Café in Wollaston has been signed to a three-year record deal by Jade Tree Records, representatives of the coffee shop have announced.

Jade Tree, the Wilmington, Delaware-based record label, began operations in the early-nineties, and are known for releasing popular, independent acts, such as Alkaline Trio, The Promise Ring, Lifetime, Jets to Brazil, Onelinedrawing, Avail, and, to a much lesser extent, Kid Dynamite.

As reported, the contract will provide free promotion in Cambridge and Allston.

While the local coffee shop expressed enthusiasm and eagerness towards what this record deal may bring them, no one could say for sure what that may be.

"It doesn't matter what the contract is," one customer said. "Coffee Break is the most highly-regarded independent coffee shop around. It's like they took all the bass lines from Pavement's first album, combined them with the lyrical integrity of Highway 61 Revisited-era Bob Dylan, tossed in a little bit of Neutral Milk Hotel's eclectic instrumentation and mystique, and somehow figured out a way to make it into a cup of coffee. This is good day for music fans and coffee drinkers alike."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What about Noel?