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Five Significant Super Secret Records
Music Story  September 14, 2017, by Richard Lynn
"...We have a playlist on Spotify that includes tracks from most records we've released. Search "Super Secret Records Sampler" or use:"

Secret Culturalist Dave Thomas
Pere Ubu/Rocket From the Tombs frontman tag teams ATX
DAILY Music  May 18, 2017, by Michael Toland
"...This weekend, Pere Ubu and Rocket From the Tombs cram into Beerland for local imprint Super Secret Records’ Austin Jukebox series. Dubbed the Coed Jail tour, the pairing of Cleveland rock legends marks the return of Rocket after an incendiary Emo’s show in 2003, and the first time Ubu’s graced a Lone Star stage in two decades...."

Plax Coalesces
ATX punks premiere new track “What a Waste”
DAILY Music  July 31, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Exactly one year after their arrival on the scene, Plax, an Austin quartet spewing a revolutionary mixture of post-punk, basement hardcore, and outsider rock, unleashes debut full-length Clean Feeling on Aug. 11 through local imprint Super Secret Records...."

Punk Rock Patron of Austin Music Richard Lynn
Super Secret founder and Sonic Transmissions Festival underwriter expands operations
Music Story  September 14, 2017, by Michael Toland
"...I guess I like the chaos and the thrill of it. Where you just go blind into something, full speed, as fast as you can go." Spontaneous Records..."

Marching to the beat of Manikin's No Wave
Music Story  July 17, 2009, by Audra Schroeder
"...In 2007, Richard Lynn, Super Secret Records CEO, told me: "You know how sometimes you see a show and it makes you happy to be exactly where you are? You don't want to be anywhere else or doing anything else; you're convinced there's no better place in the world than where you are at that very moment?..."

Austin Punk Pioneer Steve Marsh Climbs the Star Ladder
Ex-Terminal Mind vocalist explores outré galaxies in Evil Triplet
Music Story  February 9, 2017, by Tim Stegall
"...At this juncture in January, his local psych trio Evil Triplet readies the release of its molten, double-album debut Otherworld on homegrown Super Secret Records. Co-produced by the bandleader and Austin's longtime audio midwife Rob Halverson at Sonic Ranch Studios outside of El Paso a year ago, its dense acid shriek gained international buzz via internet-leaked tracks "Star Ladder" and "Get a Job," the latter a fleshed-out leftover from Marsh's Eighties/Nineties industrial outfit Miracle Room..."

Top Tens
Tired of Brooklyn indie rock? Me too.
Music Story  January 3, 2014, by Raoul Hernandez
"...10) The Boxing Lesson, Big Hits! (Frenchie Smith Records) 10 Locals You Missed..."

The Price You Pay
At what cost does the vinyl revolution come?
Music Story  January 10, 2014, by Luke Winkie
"...For the first time in its 30-year history, Encore Records looks spotless: clean floors, bright lights, no casual smudges or debris coating the racks and registers. At its new East Sixth location, its been reborn, reupholstered, and reclaimed..."

Top 10 Austin Albums of 2016
The Chronicle music staff picks their favorite local records
Music Story  December 29, 2016, by Greg Beets, Jim Caligiuri, Kevin Curtin, Thomas Fawcett, Doug Freeman, Alejandra Ramirez, Kahron Spearman and Libby Webster

Sheiks of Industry
Austin record labels, part 2
Music Story  November 21, 2003, by Jerry Renshaw
"..."I've got zero musical talent myself, but I've always loved music and had friends in the scene since '95 -- the Motards, Chumps, et cetera," notes Lynn, founder of Super Secret Records. "I saw Manikin that night, realized that they'd never put out a record on their own, and decided this would be a way to get into the middle of the scene."..."

7 and 7 Is
7 and 7 Is
Music Review  November 23, 2007, by Austin Powell
"...The slow, dusty back-porch blues of the title track and "Happily in Disbelief" crackle and pop like Smithsonian Folkways recordings from the 1950s. "We Both Know" adds woozy organ, guitarist Ryan Sambol's slurred vocals consistently in the red, but the real nugget here is the scorching, garage-bopper "Art for Art's Sake." Yellow Fever trades in the simplistic K Records bounce of its infectious debut for the psychedelic sounds of Jefferson Airplane on the local trio's "Culver City" candy-yellow 7-inch..."

SXSW Showcase Picks
Spend the evening with your favorite record label.
Music Story  March 9, 2007
"...Birdman Records..."

7 & 7 Is
7 & 7 is
Music Review  February 6, 2004, by Raoul Hernandez
"...How cool was it witnessing the author of "7 & 7 Is" – Arthur Lee – snarl his supreme Love song at S.F.'s Great American Music Hall last month? As Joe Cool as the white-wedding vinyl of the Ends' "New Rome" 45 on Dirtnap Records, which only pressed 100 copies. The Austin punk quintet's debut disc last year, Sorry, XOXOXO, was essentially a singles gather-all, and it had teeth thanks to jagged edges like this one..."

Local Musicians on Avoiding the Sophomore Slump
Five trending Austin-hatched acts that sidestepped recording’s biggest pitfall
Music Story  August 3, 2017, by Tim Stegall, Libby Webster, Michael Toland, Doug Freeman and Thomas Fawcett
"...On one hand, Petro, bassist Kana Harris, and drummer Jay Dilick attack their instruments with brutality. The result resembles the chain-drive power assault of Black Flag's SST Records roster..."

Evil Triplet’s Career Opportunities
ATX punk pioneer previews heavy psych on “Get a Job”
DAILY Music  January 16, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Marsh’s most promising project since moving back from New York in 2004 debuts on vinyl Feb. 10, with the double LP Otherworld, issued on homegrown imprint Super Secret Records...."

Dye / New Berlin
Savages With Power, "Basic Function" b/w "Mountaintop", "New Eyes" b/w "The Drawback"
Music Review  October 20, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...DyeSavages With Power (Super Secret Records) New Berlin“Basic Function” b/w “Mountaintop” (Self-Sabotage/Sonic Surgery) “New Eyes” b/w “The Drawback” (Self-Sabotage/Sonic Surgery)..."

Vinyl Bin: Kingdom of Suicide Lovers
A magnificent seven Texas Platters
Music Story  August 23, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...Kingdom of Suicide LoversDistant Waves (Super Secret Records)..."

Coyote Slingshot
7 & 7 Is
Music Review  May 28, 2010, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Four-song, red vinyl 7-inch on local singles flagship Super Secret Records introduces Iowa's Dominic Rabalais, one of three non-ATX acts released by the locally loyal label, who explodes like a Matador Records compilation that's corralled lo-fi Elephant Six euphoria ("So Long Silly Rabbit"), MBV sheen ("A Song for Revenge"), and strum/stomp ("F.T.W.")...."

7 & 7 is
7 & 7 is
Music Review  October 22, 2004, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Technical ecstasy, and it's already a collector's item. Colored vinyl has that effect on us, so the antique, tulip-lamp orange of the Kodiak's new 45 on local label Super Secret Records was a winner even before the spin cycle..."

Quin Galavis Turns Darkness Into His Magnum Opus
Obfuscating the narrative between fiction and lived experience on My Life in Steel and Concrete
Music Story  August 25, 2016, by Greg Beets
"...These shows caught the eye of Richard Lynn, proprietor of veteran Austin imprint Super Secret Records. With Lynn's backing, Galavis set out to record a genuine concept album in the vein of his adolescent touchstone, Nine Inch Nails' The Fragile..."

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