Three releases from me today:
First up - “Flat Sun”, by Flat Sun. NEW BAND ALERT! Pete Sombor and I cranked this out in 3 days, simply because we have a lot of fun working together, but also because we just couldn’t resist writing a song about current events.
Next on the menu - “Blackout” by MNOP. As we’ve been chipping away at fresh material during the pandemic, we decided that putting out these new songs as singles over time would be more interesting than saving them up for a full album. This is the first in a series of DIY recording experiments. More to come soon!
Lastly - “Non Compliance” by Auntie Depressant. Since we recently recovered the master files for these 14-year-old recording sessions, we figured the best course of action would to be to re-mix them from the ground up and feature new vocals from MNOP’s Amelia Hazen, who matched the tone and energy flawlessly. It’s a 3 track EP that is itself part of a trilogy of releases called “Something Worse.” There is a limited cassette release as well, with incredible artwork by Katelynn Mills. Snap ‘em up!