New Joe Orr Single “We Stuff” Drops

Athens’ master of power pop song crafting has delivered a new gem of a song to the world. With “We Stuff,” Joe gives us a glimpse of what’s to come on his new album, Very Much Alive, due out on December 2. It’s the kind of song that you wished they would add to rock’n’roll … More

News of the World

Here’s what’s up with Arfus Records lately. Gee, it seems like it’s been a while since I’ve written a little update on the happenings here at Arfus Records. I’m trying to think of a cutesy introduction with maybe a little quip worth a smirk or so, but I’d kind of rather get back to putting … More

Andrew Goes Electronica!

The new EP by Andrew Steck, “The Mouth Remains Closed During Strenuous Activity,” introduces a new approach. Here are two tracks that were initially short pieces of notated music for various instruments – one mostly percussive, the other a saxophone quartet. The notation was converted into MIDI signals and manipulated to sound very little like … More

Arfus Records Welcomes Joe Orr to the Team

We could not be happier to be hosting the recent recording, Superhuman, by Joe Orr. Joe is on old friend (this is Andrew writing) that has a keen sense of how to create a top notch pop-rock gem. I briefly played in a band with him called Bubble Anatomy with another Arfus Records talent, Jeff … More

Jason’s Jukebox Reviews Theater

The Media Review Site, Jason’s Jukebox, shares their thoughts on the recent release, Theater, from Andrew Steck. “(T)his record really spoke to me on a visceral level,” writes Jason as he dives into his review of the album. Read more here: The full album can be purchased from our Shop or listened to at: But … More

“Plane at an Angle” Review

Flagpole’s Gordon Lamb reviews the first single from the album, Theater. LIL’ PREVIEW: The first single from composer Andrew Steck’s upcoming album Theater is coming out this week. The track is named “Plane at an Angle” and is quite on-point for this ambitious record, which Steck describes as “conceived as a series of instrumental one-act plays, each portraying … More

Indie Classical: Release

This album is focused on two compositions for smaller groups. “Shapes & Shades in Passing” was written for flute, English horn, and cello – also adapted for synthesizer here. The “Amana Quartet” is a string quartet that was originally written for the heavy rock band, In The Lurch. “Amana” takes the listener on a journey … More