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Well ya'll our seven inch is now available for pre-prder, below is the press release from the label. Go out and get one why don't ya......

Due out in September, available now on pre-order, the first volume of Gubbey Records seven inch split vinyl series covers a lot of territory in three cuts, including the Furlong original “Egg McMan,” a shape-shifting blend of dirty southern punk rock, complete with slide guitar, and a fierce version of Leadbelly’s “They Hung Him On A Cross.” On the reverse, primitive bar guitarist Anderson aggressively fingerpicks to dark and broken vocals, paying tribute in his vinyl debut to Louisville’s rich musical culture with a cover of the Sean Garrison cowboy ballad “The White Flag.”

The Details: Limited edition, hand numbered seven inch: 150 copies on split color, red & black vinyl (see photo), and 150 on straight black vinyl. Mastered at legendary Golden Mastering by John Golden. The only way to guarantee yourself a copy of this nifty split color vinyl is to pre-order now. Once these are gone, they’re gone for good, no re-press. At $5 a pop, and free shipping for pre-orders (US only), they won’t last long. Pre-ordered vinyl will be shipped in August immediately upon arrival from the press and prior to the release date. There will be no digital for this release. Ya, we're assholes..... Pre-order by clicking the paypal link below.


Feb 17th, 2010

Chris Martini has written an article on Furlong in his “Louisville Music” blog. You can read the article by clicking here.

Feb 13th, 2010

We just finished recording for our latest upcoming release. It will be a split 7’ inch with local singer/songwriter Anderson. This record will be limited to 300 copies hand numbered and with be available for pre-order very soon. If you pre-order there will be a real nice bonus that we will be announcing in the coming weeks. This will be the first in a series of (3) spilt seven inches we will be doing in 2010. Details coming soon.

February 2nd, 2010

The good people over at Louisville Is For Lovers included a song from Furlong on the latest and very last LISF called “Louisville Is For Lovers Vol. X Goodbye”. The record is currently out and you can purchase a physical copy by clicking here. If you are one of those new fangled techno wizards kids you can buy the record digitally from Think Indie by clicking here. Over 30 exclusive songs from some of Louisville’s finest bands. Some highlights include songs from Tamara Dearing, Yardsale, The Invaders, The Fervor, My Morning Jacket and so so many more. Go and get you one…