EPITAPH LOS ANGELES
2798 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
EPITAPH JOB BOARD
Visit http://epitaph.force.com/jobs to view open positions.
Social Media Marketing
Studio Korte Leidse, Korte Leidse Dwarstraat 12 / Unit 211, 1017 RC Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 (20) 550-3838
366 Adelaide Street East, Suite 432, Toronto, Ontario M5A 3X9, Canada
Phone: +1 (416) 868-4848
Frequently Asked Questions
Here is a list of the most common questions we've been asked as of late. If you do not find the answer to your question, please don't hesitate to send us your question. This page will be updated regularly, so keep checking back.
01. Are you hiring?
Visit our job board at http://epitaph.force.com/jobs to see any open positions.
02. Why can't I comment on news articles and albums anymore?
You can, though now you have to create a membership account before being able to post comments.
03. Do you accept demos?
Epitaph gladly accepts demos. We have a submission system in place for you to get your music to us in the most direct way possible. Click here for more information on submitting your demo to us.
04. How do I contact Epitaph?
On the left-hand side of this page, you will find all necessary contact information for Epitaph. Please use these phone numbers and e-mail addresses to get in touch with us.
05. What's the story behind Epitaph?
Epitaph Records was founded in 1981 by Brett Gurewitz of the influential punk rock band Bad Religion. This incredibly diverse and resolutely artist friendly label first entered the annals of pop culture in the early 90s when it introduced previously underground artists such as Rancid, The Offspring and Pennywise to a vastly larger audience, earning the bands gold and platinum records, and forever changing the sound of popular music.
Epitaph has since added additional imprint Anti-Records, which has developed into an independent power house servicing a roster of acclaimed and iconic artists such as Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Neko Case, Mavis Staples and many more. Epitaph Records currently operates out of offices in Los Angeles, Amsterdam, Toronto and Melbourne.
06. How do I get the PSP videos onto my PSP?
Once you download a PSP video, the file is automatically given a suitable name format for use on your PSP.
You must then move the file to the appropriate media directory on your PSP (usually titled "MP_ROOT"). This can be done by using any PSP media management software or by exploring your PSP through your computer operating system.
Once the video file is in the correct directory, it will appear as a playable video file on your PSP game deck.
07. Where can I find band photos and other press materials?
08. Who designed the new Epitaph.com?
The latest version of Epitaph.com was created by Cuban Council, including design, development and Flash production. The audio player and the header heat particle system for the site were created by Branden Hall and Joshua Davis. Additional development support was also provided by Mark Armendariz.