Dromedary Records: Getting Over The Hump Megan DiGuilio February 2, 2010 Goings-On 1 Get ready to break out the flannel shirts and ripped jeans to time warp back to the ‘90s. Dromedary Records, a small New Jersey-based label that produced indie rock bands as well as put on shows in the NY/NJ area between 1993 and 2000, is celebrating their re-launch. After time off, a lot of consideration and a great deal of blogging, label head Al Crisafulli is leading Dromedary Records back onto the music scene and doing it in style. A showcase featuring the melodic grunge-influenced sounds of Dromedary’s own Footstone, as well as Friends, Romans, and Countrymen and the alternative rock country bluegrass tunes of The Dark Brothers will be at Maxwell’s on Feb. 6, $8. dromedary-records.com. One Response maxwell’s. « dromedary records – history of a micro-indie. February 8, 2010 […] from the Sub Pop era, and that people should break out their flannel and head out to the show (link here). And we also had a very nice piece in the Star-Ledger and NJ.com by Jay Lustig (who had written […] Reply Leave a Reply to maxwell’s. « dromedary records – history of a micro-indie. Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.