Drive Thru Records have posted some new and rare vinyl variants up in their store.
Jason Tate on 12/19/14 - 12:09 PM
Here's a little something to get you all amped up before the Team USA game today: Noisey has written an article ranking Drive Thru Records' releases from bad to really bad. The label's co-founder, Stephanie Reines, weighed in with her thoughts, of course:
This is a GREAT tribute! The list of “worst” bands on our shitty-ass label reminds me JUST HOW GOOD our bands were and still are. Many of them still touring with fanbases bigger than ever! Fuck, me & Richard Reines have such good taste in music. And our branding was good enough to stand the test of time. They’re STILL talking about DTR 15+ years later. Bottom line: DTR AND OUR BANDS RULE! Hey, so does our former staff!

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Blake Solomon on 06/26/14 - 07:26 AM
Day at the Fair 2005's album, The Rocking Chair Years , is now available for pre-order from Broken Heart Records.
Alex DiVincenzo on 08/14/13 - 10:13 AM
Soundsupply has released its latest drop. This one is a special edition drop in partnership with Drive-Thru Records. In the digital-drop-guide there's an interview with Drive-Thru founder Stefanie Reines -- where she hints at the possibility of getting the old gang back together.
After 5 years, Richard and I seemed to have found the inspiration and desire to start again. For some reason we love to prove ourselves. The most exciting thing for us is to take something from nothing, and build it. That’s what we did with our label. It’s what we did with every band on our label. Now we’re getting the itch to do it again. We may not call it "Drive-Thru Records," but something is brewing!

Jason Tate on 07/29/13 - 10:29 AM
Last night on The Gunz Show, Finch member R2K spoke with Gunz about the What It Is To Burn reunion shows, and their willingness to play them as long as Deryck wasn't allowed to be a part of it. Topics also included the set list and production of the show, and the steps the band took to finally all get together in a single room and decide to play shows again.
Jake Denning on 12/06/12 - 05:34 PM
The Stellar Life has broken up.
Message from the BandThe Stellar Life has decided to part ways. You (the fans) were amazing, you all made this so much fun for us we cant even explain. Unfortunately with other bands and living so far away from each other, it did not work to our expectations. Dave and Tyler have started to write music for a new project which will be out very soon. Tom has obligations with Cute Is What We Aim For, and Billy has started a project of his own. Expect to hear things from every band and expect to see these bands tour in the summer of 13. Thank you all again for the support over the past two years.
Joe DeAndrea on 11/06/12 - 10:18 AM
Drive-Thru Records owners Richard and Stefanie Reines have applied for a $250,000 grant and will relaunch the label if they receive it. In order to be eligible, they must get 250 votes in 24 hours. Head here, click Support and search for Drive Thru Records (no hyphen) to vote.
Alex DiVincenzo on 06/29/12 - 03:05 PM
The Stellar Life has launched a Kickstarter to fund the completion of the band's album.
Christian Wagner on 05/09/12 - 07:18 AM
The Stellar Life is currently recording its debut album slated to be released on Drive Thru Records. I spoke with co-owner Richard Reines today and while the label will not be coming back like people may hope, he said they have things in the works but did not specify.
Christian Wagner on 04/11/12 - 05:46 PM
Gotta say, yesterday's discussion about the Drive-Thru Records' generation was one of the best moments I've had on the website in a long time. Talking with so many people that experienced similar things, hearing the stories, listening to the music again at the exact same moment I knew others were ... it was one of those days that really solidifies why I run a music website. Hearing from all the bands and people involved in the label, via twitter, email, facebook, and in the thread -- it was a special day. Just wanted to say thank you to everyone that participated in it. Lots of stuff coming up today, so I've unstickied it - but the conversation is still going on.
Jason Tate on 01/27/12 - 10:29 AM
Chances are, if you're over drinking age and you've been visiting this website for a while ... you're part of what I'm coining the Drive-Thru Records generation. For a large group of us - this label defined a good portion of our formative years. Reading over the past couple threads about the label showcases just what an attachment so many of us had with this label and their bands. This connection is part of the reason I think so many people are confused about just what the fuck happened to a label that seemed on top of their game. And there's obviously an emotional attachment to the music. These were the records that defined our lives. The albums that became the soundtracks to...
Jason Tate on 01/26/12 - 01:13 PM
Earlier we posted about Drive Thru Records releasing new material from The Stellar Life. We reached out to Richard for a statement, and this is what we learned ...
Message from Richard"We (Richard and Stephanie) manage them and we/they wanted to release the single on DTR because we loved it and it reminds us of the heyday of our label. This isn't even close to their best song either- we are saving those for their CD! They might release the CD on their own, we might do it with them on DTR (It would be the first release in almost 4 years) but it would be a 50/50 deal and not a signing like we used to do. We want them to have total freedom and 100% creative control. So basically,...
Christian Wagner on 01/19/12 - 10:24 PM
Drive Thru Records is releasing new music from The Stellar Life. You can purchase the single, "Got F**cked Up" here.
Christian Wagner on 01/19/12 - 07:46 PM
For the first time in two years, former Drive-Thru artist Day at the Fair will be playing a reunion show with the original line-up. They will be playing the CD release show of other former Drive-Thru band Socratic.
Jason Tate on 01/05/12 - 11:52 PM
Watch the first episode of Secret Secret Dino Club's new web series, Death to Dino Club, in the replies.
Alex DiVincenzo on 02/17/11 - 09:02 AM
Head to the replies to watch Secret Secret Dino Club's new music video.
Matthew Tsai on 01/14/11 - 03:02 PM
Christian Wagner on 09/17/10 - 08:12 AM
Madison have announced a reunion show.

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Keagan Ilvonen on 06/14/10 - 08:12 PM
Drive-Thru Records is celebrating 13 years of awesome music. What's your favorite DTR release?
Anton Djamoos on 01/04/10 - 02:47 PM
According to this site, Secret Secret Dino Club is now signed to Drive-Thru Records.
Joe DeAndrea on 06/12/09 - 10:13 PM
The video for Say No More's "Take the Long Drive Home" can be seen here.
Anton Djamoos on 09/05/08 - 09:23 AM
Halifax is currently in Austin, TX recording their new album.

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Rohan Kohli on 07/07/08 - 01:13 PM
Richard and Stefanie Reines have sent us a statement about the future of Drive-Thru Records in an attempt to answer many of the rumors that have popped up. You can read their message below.
The Future of DTRhey, lots of rumors flying around, so better to hear from us than anyone else. yes, there have been some changes and lay offs at dtr. shouldn't come as a big surprise considering every label on the planet is making lay offs. we were actually one of the LAST to do so. the economy is screwed across the board. our bands can barely even afford to tour anymore because of gas prices! so many people have been laid off in every industry and job, it's truly a sad situation.

anyway, we...
Tony Pascarella on 05/08/08 - 07:21 PM
Absolutepunk.net is proud to present the Drive Thru Small Fries Tour featuring Socratic, You Me and Everyone We Know, and Say No More. Dates and poster can be seen in the replies.
Brad Streeter on 04/10/08 - 11:55 AM
The first six Adelphi demos are up now on myspace, and the band will be making more of their catalog available in the coming weeks. Even though the band has called it quits, some of the members have started a new project called The Everlove; shows are in the works. Video footage from their farewell show is available in the replies.
Julia Conny on 01/06/08 - 06:22 PM
Adam Charles' (Halifax) bone marrow donation as a part of Music Saves Lives has indeed saved a life. Read the story in the replies.
Steve Henderson on 12/21/07 - 11:14 PM
You can hear about a minute of a new song off Socratic's upcoming album, Spread the Rumors, in the background of their holiday video that can be seen in the replies.

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Anton Djamoos on 12/15/07 - 10:00 PM
Socratic has announced in a video on their myspace that the title of their new album will be Spread The Rumors.

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Joe DeAndrea on 12/02/07 - 12:09 AM
Listen to Self Against City's holiday jam "Alone on Christmas" now on myspace. New songs will be debuted at upcoming CA tour dates.
Tour DatesDec 1 2007 Club Retro Sacramento, California
Dec 7 2007 The Roxy West Hollywood, California
Dec 8 2007 The Alley Fullerton, California
Dec 9 2007 SOMA San Diego, California
Dec 15 2007 San Jose Skate San Jose, California
Dec 22 2007 The State Theatre * VENUE & DATE CHANGE Modesto, California
Julia Conny on 11/23/07 - 05:06 PM
Kinda Like True Love hosted Say No More and helped create two new tour videos for the Drive-Thru band, which can be seen in the replies.
Anton Djamoos on 11/15/07 - 09:18 AM
You guys can read my interview with Say No More here. The band's new album, What You Thought You Knew, is in stores now.
Jamie Pham on 10/30/07 - 08:29 AM
After taking October and November off to write for their new album, Self Against City has announced five December shows in California.
Show Dates01 Dec Sacramento, California
08 Dec Fullerton, California @ The Alley
09 Dec San Diego, California @ SOMA
14 Dec Modesto, California
15 Dec San Jose, California @ San Jose Skate

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Julia Conny on 10/28/07 - 02:01 PM
Say No More posted a new song, "Love and Let Love", on their myspace. Their album What You Thought You Knew comes out October 30.

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Anton Djamoos on 10/19/07 - 10:28 AM
Say No More will be doing an 8-day West Coast tour in January with Down for the Count. Dates will be posted shortly.

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Anton Djamoos on 10/15/07 - 05:56 PM
Say No More have made two new songs, "Long Drive Home" and "This is Our Way," available for streaming on their myspace profile. The tracks are set to appear on the act's Drive-Thru Records debut, What You Thought You Knew, which is due out on October 30th via the label.

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Brandon Allin on 10/03/07 - 12:57 AM
The album art for Say No More's upcoming Drive-Thru Records release, What You Thought You Knew, can be found in the replies along with their biography.
Anton Djamoos on 09/30/07 - 07:26 AM
Socratic have launched an exclusive, tour-only pre-order for their forthcoming, full-length effort, which is scheduled to see release next February courtesy of Drive-Thru Records. The album, in addition to a free t-shirt of your choice, will be available at any of the group's upcoming performances. The quintet are currently touring in support of their latest offering, Just Turn, which is available for free via the label.

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Brandon Allin on 09/26/07 - 02:15 AM
Drive-Thru Records have launched a promotional trailer in support of the forthcoming New Found Glory and Senses Fail co-headlining tour, on which the pair will feature support from Set Your Goals, Bedlight for Blue Eyes, Dr. Manhattan and A Cursive Memory. You can find the video in the replies.

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Brandon Allin on 09/08/07 - 07:26 PM
Jesse Ponnock has posted a new song on his myspace.

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Joe DeAndrea on 09/01/07 - 10:58 AM
Socratic have posted an update on their myspace.
Message From The BandWe're officially back from the great state of avocados and have wonderful news to share with all of you! Thanks to Drive Thru Records, Mark Hoppus, and Chris Holmes, we can officially announce that we have COMPLETED tracking for the new record! Wohoo! We packed our blankets and drove straight across country (only stopping for bathroom breaks and mcdonalds). We ate more fast food than you can imagine! A HUGE thank you goes out to Stefanie Reins and Chi-Chi for letting us live with them for two months because without their hospitality and support we would never have had this opportunity. We had a blast. We locked...
Joe DeAndrea on 08/29/07 - 04:49 PM
Drive-Thru Records is looking for a new graphic designer. You must be fluent in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, and HTML is a plus. Designer will be responsible for album art, promotional materials, website design, banner ad creation, and other general day-to-day design. To apply, please email your resume and samples of your work and/or a portfolio URL and contact information to graphicsjob@drivethrurecords.com.
Joe DeAndrea on 08/22/07 - 03:00 PM
You, Me, and Everyone We Know will be touring with I Am The Avalanche; dates can be found at myspace.

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Jared Kaufman on 08/21/07 - 07:37 AM
Check out a video of Self Against City discussing their video "Becoming a Monster" in the replies.
Jamie Pham on 08/15/07 - 01:12 PM
At The Sleeping tour stop in Chicago, I Am The Avalanche played two new songs; one of them was called "What Happened To The Brooklyn Dodgers?". After the show, I spoke with Vinnie and he said that the two new songs will be on the band's forthcoming album and that "Dodgers" will be online soon after they record the demo again.

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Jared Kaufman on 08/14/07 - 10:48 AM
Interested in seeing some cool Drive-Thru Records-inspired tattoos? Look no further.
Anton Djamoos on 08/08/07 - 12:39 PM
An update from The Pilot can be read here.

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Joe DeAndrea on 08/01/07 - 12:53 AM
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