BREATHER RESIST CHARMER CD (JT1098) OUT TODAY


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Louisville, Kentucky’s BREATHER RESIST’S caustic debut, Charmer (JT1098) is now available in our nation’s finer record emporiums. Produced by Kurt Ballou (Isis, Cave In, Give Up the Ghost, Converge) Charmer is equally full of dynamic, challenging instrumentation, as it is full-throttle intensity. Stretching past any genre limitations, the band, made up of current Black Cross and one time National Acrobat member Evan Patterson on guitar, along with bassist Nick Thieneman, drummer Geoff Paton, and vocalist Steve Sindoni, deliver an explosive and volatile vision.

It’s simply not enough these days to release a new record. We’ve got a barrage of BREATHER RESIST shirts and merch goodies available in our newly designed online store.

Please consult the Breather Resist for current dates.

JADE TREE LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

It’s been a few years now since we launched our website and we just reached the point where we decided it was time for an overhaul. So feel free to look around our new e-home and you’ll notice a few new features and a much cleaner, streamlined design. Check the new for sales on classic Jade Tree wares, maybe swing by the to see what folks have been printing about our bands, head down to the for the latest in Jade Tree gossip, or maybe spend some time downloading from our which features videos by STRIKE ANYWHERE, ONELINEDRAWING and two classics from THE PROMISE RING, finally be sure to peep our for unreleased demos, wallpaper and more.

WINTER / SPRING INTERNSHIPS

Jade Tree is now accepting resumes for Winter / Spring 2005 internships (January – May). The internship offers small office experience in a fast-paced, music-based environment and is ideal for a person with an English, Communications, Business or Music background. This is an unpaid internship and will offer college credit where applicable. Duties include general clerical, reviewing customer email, responding to questions regarding orders, and providing general information to ensure quality customer service. Responsible for assisting staff with fulfillment of mail-order sales including processing online and mail-order purchases, assisting with promotional efforts including mailings, data entry, filling catalog requests, adding customer information to database, restocking inventory and supplies, and much more depending on the situation. In addition, it’s tons of fun and a great experience for anyone interested in the day-to-day operations of an independent record label.

Candidate should be available for approximately 16 or more hours per week and should have experience with computers, File Maker Pro, Microsoft Entourage, Adobe Photoshop, and Internet applications. Reliable transportation is a must.

Send resume to:
Jade Tree/Attn: Internships
2310 Kennwynn Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
or via email to: internships at jadetree.com no later than November 15, 2004

VOTER REGISTRATION : UNDER THE RADAR AUCTION

With last night’s debate still fresh in our mind it is of the utmost importance to make sure that you register to vote as the deadline fast approaches across the country. If you need to research your state’s voter registration deadlines you can look or better yet if you haven’t already and you want to register now you can do so via this handy .

In keeping with this sentiment our friends at will be auctioning off artist signs from their recent protest issue. PEDRO THE LION along with cohorts Interpol, Death Cab For Cutie, Bright Eyes and countless others have handed over the signs from the magazine’s recent pictorial in order to help raise money and awareness for .

So remember voting absolutely counts. Nearly 50 million 18-30 year olds didn’t vote in 2000 and that election hinged on 537 votes. Get out and make a difference!