Dovecote Records

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Dovecote Records
Dovecote Records logo.png
FounderCarter Matschullat
Distributor(s)Redeye Distribution
Country of originUnited States
Official website

Dovecote Records was a New York-based independent record label.[1] It was run by its founder, Carter Matschullat, and was distributed by Redeye Distribution in the US.[2]

Artists and projects[edit]

Dovecote's roster included Wise Blood,[3] SSION,[4] Hooray for Earth,[5] Supreme Cuts,[6] Ski Lodge,[7] Jonquil,[8] Wunder Wunder,[9] The Futureheads, Ed Harcourt, Mason Proper, Tim Williams, Trevor Giuliani, Cast Spells, Bad Veins, Blamma! Blamma! and Aberdeen City.[10] In 2011 Dovecote Records held a SXSW showcase featuring performances by Wise Blood, Hooray for Earth, Dominique Young Unique, Baths, Trash Talk, and Big Freedia.[11] In 2012 Dovecote released a photo book with hardcore band Trash Talk that included a 7" single.[12] Dovecote's final release was Racy by Hooray for Earth in 2014.[13]


The following albums, EP's, and singles were released on Dovecote Records:

Cat No. Artist Title Type
DCR 001 Tim Williams 818/The Chelsea Sessions EP
DCR 002 Tim Williams Tales of Digression Album
DCR 003 Aberdeen City The Freezing Atlantic Album
DCR 004 Aberdeen City God Is Going to Get Sick of Me EP
DCR 005 Tim Williams My Brooklyn/Ami 7"
DCR 006 Aberdeen City God Is Going to Get Sick of Me 7"
DCR 007 Tim Williams Merchant Heart EP
DCR 008 Mason Proper There Is a Moth in Your Chest Album
DCR 009 Mason Proper My My (Bad Fruit) 7"
DCR 0010 Tim Williams When Work Is Done Album
DCR 0012 Bad Veins Falling Tide/The Lie 7"
DCR 0013 Blamma! Blamma! The p. EP 12"
DCR 0014 Tim Williams When Work Is Done 12" Picture Disc
DCR 0015 Mason Proper There Is a Moth in Your Chest LP
DCR 0016 Ed Harcourt The Beautiful Lie Album
DCR 0017 Mason Proper Short Hand EP
DCR 0018 Mason Proper My My Bad Fruit 7"
DCR 0021 Mason Proper Olly Oxen Free Album
DCR 0022 Ed Harcourt Russian Roulette EP/USB
DCR 0023 Trevor Giuliani Subcontrario In Stereo Album
DCR 0024 Tim Williams Murderous Air Digital Single
DCR 0025 Harvey Sid Fisher A Dovecote Holiday EP Digital Single
DCR 0026 Tim Williams I Hit Another Wall Digital Single
DCR 0027 Tim Williams Careful Love Album
DCR 0028 Mason Proper Mason Proper EP EP
DCR 0029 Cast Spells Bright Works and Baton EP
DCR 0030 Hooray For Earth Momo EP
DCR 0031 The Futureheads The Chaos Album
DCR 0032 The Futureheads Heartbeat b/w Struck Dumb 7"
DCR 0033 The Futureheads The Chaos LP
DCR 0034 Hooray for Earth Momo LP
DCR 0035 Jonquil One Hundred Suns EP
DCR 0036 Jonquil One Hundred Suns LP
DCR 0037 The Futureheads Christmas Was Better in the ’80s Digital Single
DCR 0038 Jonquil Get Up Radio Promo
DCR 0039 Hooray for Earth True Loves LP
DCR 0040 Wise Blood These Wings EP
DCR 0041 Wise Blood Id LP
DCR 0042 Supreme Cuts Whispers In the Dark LP
DCR 0043 SSION Bent LP
DCR 0044 Trash Talk Book 2 7" SIngle
DCR 0045 Supreme Cuts Divine Ecstasy LP
DCR 0046 Wunder Wunder Everything Infinite LP
DCR 0047 Hooray for Earth Racy LP

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Angela Ashman (2007-05-15). "School of Schlock - Page 2 - Music - New York". Village Voice. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
  2. ^ "BBC Radio 1 - Huw Stephens, SXSW Tips, Crookes in the studio, Breton and Thee Spivs sessions, Huw's Label of Love: Dovecote Records". BBC. Retrieved 2020-03-06.
  3. ^ "Stream Wise Blood id". Stereogum. 2013-06-20. Retrieved 2020-03-04.
  4. ^ "On a Mi(ssion)". 2012-07-23. Retrieved 2020-03-04.
  5. ^ "Hooray For Earth – "Racy"". Stereogum. 2014-07-19. Retrieved 2020-03-04.
  6. ^ "Review: Supreme Cuts - Divine Ecstasy". Resident Advisor. Retrieved 2020-03-04.
  7. ^ Listen to "Just to Be Like You" by Ski Lodge, retrieved 2020-03-06
  8. ^ "CMJ Band of the Day: Jonquil". Baeble Music. Retrieved 2020-03-06.
  9. ^ Shafer, Cody Ray. "Everything Infinite". Retrieved 2020-03-09.
  10. ^ Inc, Nielsen Business Media (2006-01-14). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
  11. ^ "The Pitchfork Guide to SXSW 2011". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2020-03-08.
  12. ^ "Trash Talk Release Photo Book, Contains New Song". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2020-03-04.
  13. ^ "Hooray For Earth: Racy". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2020-03-09.

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