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ZONE VISION 04: Horse Lords at $ITU@TI0N$ on 6.21.14

Horse Lords from Baltimore, Maryland comprise of Andrew Bernstein, Max Eilbacher, Owen Gardner, Sam Haberman.  Their latest second LP “Hidden Cities,” is available now from NNA Tapes, HERE.

Track A1 from NNA075: Horse Lords “Hidden Cities,” available on NNA tapes.

Stream a previously unissued song of Lungfish, ‘Screams Of Joy’ from the “A.C.R. 1999″ 12″ LP, out now via Dischord

“These 10-songs were recorded and mixed by Craig Bowen at Baltimore’s A.C.R. Studios but never released. After the session the band decided to continue writing new songs – ultimately recording at Inner Ear Studios what became Necrophones (2000). Six of these songs were re-recorded and released on Necrophones, while four others remained unreleased, until now.” –Dischord

Daniel Higgs – vocals
Asa Osborne – guitar
Nathan Bell – bass
Mitchell Feldstein – drums

Also, listen an excerpt from the latest release from Daniel Higgs “The Measure of Mystery” cassette via Swedish imprint Gnome Life Records. Gnome Life will release a vinyl 10″ of new work by Daniel Higgs later in 2012.

RETURN by DANIEL HIGGS (excerpt) by Gnome Life Records

Daniel Higgs: Sing A Song Pt.II
An intimate conversation with interdimensional song-seamstress and corpse-dancer of the mystic crags. Filmed at The 3rd Degree in Asbury Park, NJ on June 30, 2010.

One Hitter Wonders: A Collection of Song Poems

“This is a greatest “hits” compilation of songs that were written by purchasers of the song poem “send us your hit song” series. Amazing jams contextualized by wonderful musicians far and wide and written by some of you beautiful dreamers out there.” (Culture Dealer)

The Song-Poem project, launched on Run DMT‘s Culture Dealer imprint, has released its compilation cassette “One Hitter Wonders: A Collection of Song Poems.”
Available Now, HERE.

The Stalactite Singers Family Band – The Lights by yvynyl

Learn more about the American Song-Poem tradition :: 
American Song-Poem Music Archives
PBS’ documentary “Off the Charts: The Song-Poem Story” (2003)

Run DMT – Romantic

Run DMT – Dreaming

Both tracks are taken from the “DREAMS” cassette which is the first RUN DMT (known as the project of Baltimore’s Mike Collins) release in over a year via his own imprint Culture Dealer.



CULTURE DEALER HOME VIDEO presents its first VHS release. VIDEO DOOR includes videos containing works and scenes by: Miko Revereza, RUN DMT, SANGOMA, Justin Kelly, Tonstartssbandht, George Moore, Renee Clark, Thetans, DJ Salinger, Will Pesta, Alex Deranian, Chase O’Hara.

Stream “Dreams” in its entirely via Alterred Zones.



Romantic States – Still Petals

Romantic States – Still Petals

Romantic States – Fiery Ring (Johnny Cash cover)

Both tracks are taken from an eleven-song album entitled “A Shell Is Born” by Jim Triplett (from from Baltimore Maryland) aka Romantic States. “A Shell Is Born,” follow-up to the last year’s self-titled album, is now available on its bandcamp.

Ecstatic Music Festival:
Dan Deacon & So Percussion “Ghostbuster Cook: Origin of the Riddler”
(via Bmore Musically Informed)
On January 20th, 2011 at the Ecstatic Music Festival in NYC. Held at the Kaufman Center in Merkin Hall. This is a highlights reel of the work. For the full performance go to Vimeo page.

Twig Harper And Daniel Higgs – Number Two

“Clairaudience Fellowship” is the vinyl-only collaborative album between Baltimore legend Daniel Higgs (best known as former Lungfish frontman) and James “Twig” Harper (ex-Nautical Almanac, Baltimore’s performer and electronic sound artist. With Ptak, he has released many recordings and co-founded the influential Tarantula Hill venue-compound.) It is due out on September 21st on Thrill Jockey.

Daniel Higgs and Kyle Ranson will exhibit art from their book collaboration, “Morph Traits” at the Needles & Pens art gallery in San Francisco, CA. The opening is Thursday September 9th. 

An interview with Twig Harper about his new album with Daniel Higgs.
Video by Jake Lingan.

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