Slothtrop Music was founded in 1995 to promote and nurture independent musicians. By all accounts we've succeeded. Since then we've expanded to four divisions (Records, Publishing, Management & Consulting) and helped hundreds of artists while at the same time putting out some pretty great music. Take a look around, we're sure you'll find something you'll love!
More a winter record then a Christmas favorite, Jeff German's new release is like an old tyme Christmas special. Only the narrator is a little drunk, some the cast seem to believe it's more Sodom then Bethlehem, and twangy jukeboxes favorites rather then choral masterpieces rule the day. It's a wonderful collection from a unique artist and we're pleased to offer it you this holiday season. Probably the only time you'll be pleased to find a "Lump Of Coal" in your stocking!
Slothtrop Music presents “5 Dollar Cover” a new series of CDs featuring Artists covering songs that helped shape them as songwriters. While mostly consisting of past-over favorites or long forgotten gems, each CD tells a story all it's own. Our second release in this series features Marty Finkel giving us his take on Paul Simon, The Move, Bob Dylan, Elvis and the incomparable Mel Tillis. Each Release's physical CD comes with it's own special edition, hand numbered artwork, available for a limited time!
Where rasp meets twang, where badass meets bleeding heart, there you’ll find Jessie Torrisi. The Philadelphia-born, Austin-based, and NYC-vetted singer-songwriter is anything but settled down on her new release fronting The Please Please Me, Year of the Horse. Torrisi’s range as a musician is already impressive, and her extensive background as a drummer shows in her immaculate sense of rhythm, which backs careful lyrics....and then there’s that voice oft compared to PJ Harvey and Patti Smith.