Top shelf may refer to:
Top Shelf Productions is an American publishing company founded in 1997, originally owned and operated by Chris Staros and Brett Warnock and a small staff. Now an imprint of IDW Publishing, Top Shelf is based in Marietta, Georgia.
Topshelf Records is an American independent record label started in Peabody, Massachusetts and as of 2015 is now based in San Diego, California.
Pornographic magazines, or erotic magazines, sometimes known as adult, sex or top-shelf magazines, are magazines that contain content of an explicitly sexual nature. Publications of this kind may contain images of attractive naked subjects, as is the case in softcore pornography, and, in the usual case of hardcore pornography, depictions of masturbation, oral or anal sex, or intercourse.
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Comic Book Artist was an American magazine founded by Jon B. Cooke devoted to anecdotal histories of American comic books, with emphasis on comics published since the 1960s. It was published by TwoMorrows Publishing and later Top Shelf Productions from 1998–2005. Its sequel is Comic Book Creator magazine which started publishing in 2013 and is also published by TwoMorrows.
Kind of Like Spitting is an American indie rock band. They formed in 1996 in Portland, Oregon. The band is led by singer-songwriter Ben Barnett, whose work has drawn comparisons to Elliott Smith, Mark Eitzel, Billy Bragg, and Robert Pollard.
Grown Ups was an emo band from Chicago, Illinois and Furnessville, Indiana.
A well drink or rail drink is an alcoholic beverage served using the lower-cost liquors stored within easy reach of the bartender in the counter "speed rail" or well. Well drinks differ from "call" drinks in that the former are offered when a customer does not specify a particular brand of liquor when ordering a mixed drink. The terms "well drink" and "rail drink" come from the name for a bartender's workspace, known as either the well or the rail. In any given establishment, the rail/well liquors available may be known as the "house pours" or "house brands".
Slingshot Dakota is an American band from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die is an American indie rock band formed in Willimantic, Connecticut, in 2009. They released their debut full-length album Whenever, If Ever in 2013 to generally positive reviews, followed by Harmlessness in 2015 and Always Foreign in 2017. Aside from these three studio albums they have released a number of EPs and splits, including a collaboration with spoken word artist Christopher Zizzamia entitled Between Bodies and released in late 2014. According to their Facebook page, their "lineup is constantly expanding and contracting. Recording and live performance lineups vary."
You Blue It is a cover EP by American emo band, You Blew It!. The title is a paronomasia of the Blue Album by Weezer and the band's own name. It was released through Topshelf Records on July 15, 2014.
Grow Up, Dude is the debut studio album by Floridian emo band, You Blew It! The album was released through Topshelf Records on April 24, 2012. Released through Topshelf, it was the band's second release on Topshelf, and their first LP through Topshelf. In June and July 2013, the group went on a short US tour with Mixtapes, Modern Baseball and Light Years.
"Liquor" is a song by American recording artist Chris Brown from his seventh studio album Royalty. It was released as the lead single on June 26, 2015, by RCA Records.
Ratboys are an American indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois.
Donovan Wolfington were an American punk rock band which formed in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States in 2011. The band consisted of Neil Berthier, Matthew Seferian, Alejandro Skalany (bass), and Mike Saladis (drums). The band released their debut album "Stop Breathing" in 2013 on Community Records and Broken World Media. Their follow-up EP "Scary Stories You Tell In The Dark" was released on Topshelf Records in 2014.
Cut Teeth are an American rock band from Chicago, Illinois.
Diamond Youth is an American alternative rock band from Baltimore, Maryland with members from Chicago, Illinois and Richmond, Virginia.
Field Mouse are an American dream pop band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Brooklyn, New York.
Doe is an indie rock band from London, UK consisting of Nicola Leel, Jake Popyura and Dean Smithers (guitar). The band has released two studio albums and toured extensively in the UK, Europe and USA.
Clique, is an American emo band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Happy Diving is an American rock band from Oakland, California.
Del Paxton is an American emo band from Buffalo, New York.
My Fictions is an American post-hardcore band from Lowell, Massachusetts.