Aug. 13, Studio Luloo, Oaklyn, NJ

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Cheap Plastic Records is a fairly new DIY Record Label, founded in February, looking to help independent artists in the New Jersey/Philadelphia area.  This show will be at one of South Jersey’s most well known local venues, Studio Luloo.

Cheap Plastic Records is founded by Greg Mattia, who has pressed cassettes for local bands previously, as well members of Ringler — Evan Lynch, Josh O’Hara, and Austin Romanuski.

Josh O’Hara’s last release, besides a song off of his new EP, Breath, was about a year and a half ago in February of 2015.

You can listen to his last EP, “Hymns”, here


1. Respect the Venue.
2. Respect the people. 
3. Come early, Stay late.


$5 for touring bands. Get there early, stay late, party hard.





Josh O’Hara


(Cheap Plastic Records)

Most recent release – “I Don’t Want To Die Tonight 




(Cheap Plastic Records)

Most recent release: Hidden demos on soundcloud




Unsigned Beautiful Music with good tone

Most recent release: “Armistice” 


So Totally

Doom Love from Philly

Most recent release: “Zoetrope”


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About the Writer

Sean McCall is a Music Business Technology Major studying at Rowan University with a Minor in Theatre.  He has been attending shows and events since he was in middle school and has had his own band he’s been involved in for about 7 years called Breaking Tradition.  He has been actively involved in the music scene since he was young and holds an overall passion for all types of music.  He has an ear for music and tries to pick up as many instruments as he can.  Sean has sung in multiple competitive honor choirs throughout the country, ranging from All-State Honor Choir to as far as All-National Honor Choir, and plans to take off in the Music Industry in as many ways possible.  Sean also recently helped book a show in Glassboro with his friends, Alex LaVallee and Alex Bradley, and plans to book many more independent shows in the near future.  With a passion for music, bands, and the overall scene, he is adding music journalism to his resumé to contribute even further into this talented area we call home.