About terrycuddy

Records Records started when the band Teenager wanted to have some kind of mark or label on its first release Entitled. “We thought the name Record Records was a call to make some thing, some document of one’s labor,” said founder Terry Cuddy. Since Teenager was born out of the 1990s indie rock D-I-Y ethos the label name Record Records seemed appropriate. As the label began to grow adding John Reilly and Rob Lee to the roster, it became less about style and more about identifying a community that cultivated a tremendous original music scene that burgeoned in Auburn, New York in the 1990s. This scene happened around a local tavern called Spirits, which served as the fertile underground for divergent talents - young old, hippie, punk, country, no wave, metal, jazz and folk. It all happened there and then. Record Records encapsulates the ethos of that time with musicians that were there and who continue to make remarkable and relevant music.

A Cast of Thousands’ Alone in the Crowd

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Auburn, New York natives A Cast of Thousands are releasing their third album Alone in the Crowd. It has been four years since they released their last album Aqua Fur. Over the last four years, the band cultivated 16 songs for their new effort. Beth Beer penned most of the songs and the band welcomed several guest musicians to expand their sonic scope. Here is a preview of their first single from the record called “Wallace.”

Save the date June 26, 2015 for their CD Release Party at CCs Tavern in Auburn, New York.