Our first seasonal compilation is up! We’re taking a look at the first 15 performers on our Winter 2019 Sampler.
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How I Became Invisible
Power-pop, folk rock, and electronica about science, fiction, and sadness. And, occasionally, catharsis.
Nicholas Reed: guitar, vocals, other instruments
Further Reading: Gashouse Radio
I communicate in the abstract form that is music
Riyadh – Beirut
Ethelscull is a Dark Ethereal Experimental project from Amelia Peel. The project emerged once Amelia began recording songs back in 1999 after purchasing a Fostex X-12 four track while going through a break up.
Jonathan Hall is a musician from Plymouth, MA; past projects include Goblin’s Pipe, The High Horses, Leo Blais, and The Jumblies among others.
Sodor plays toycore music, performed on instruments for kids.
Dark Ambient Metal from the US.
When you first press play on “Stories from a Whiskey-soaked Mind” you’ll hear these dreamy guitars that take me back to rock n roll from the 1950’s mixed with something modern like Ben Kweller (only, you know, maybe a Ben Kweller album from ten or fifteen years ago, so not too modern).
Raised by Gypsies
Collection of Dead Souls
Experimental soundscapes made while homeless and traveling across America. Made on an iPad in an effort to keep ahold of my sanity. Collections Of Dead Souls is Timothy Anderson.
Homespun lo-fi indie rock straight from the gulf coast to your ears.
SAD MAN is Experimental Jazz, Electronic and Avant-Garde Rock project of Artist and Musician Andrew Spackman (Nimzo-Indian). Music out now on Apple Music.
Church of Hed
Church of Hed is the solo electronic space prog project of Quarkspace drummer/synthesist, Paul Williams. RIYL: Floyd, the Orb, Stereolab — Quarkspace is an American band together since the mid 80s. Known for combining spacerock and electronics with folk and progressive songwriting, their influences straddle the American and English psychedelic scenes of the late 60s with more modern influences
~anti-fascist bedroom hardcore~
Hattie Cooke is a Brighton-born solo artist who has been writing and performing since the age of 17. In 2016 she released her eponymous debut album with Third Kind Records. Having supported a number of acclaimed singer-songwriters including RM Hubbert and Jeffrey Lewis, Hattie Cooke has garnered a reputation as a writer of gently crafted melancholic pop and folk songs. She is also one half of the electronic music duo M3ON with Tim Young (formerly of UNKLE.) Hattie Cooke’s second album ‘Bliss Land’ will be released in late 2019.
Yes Selma is the bedroom recording project of Chad Beattie.
“A world lit by a single bulb in an empty room.” – Simon Lewis (Terrascope U.K.)
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