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Scott Tuma – fishen  (via)

Scott Tuma – eloper  (via)

Both tracks are taken from Scott Tuma‘s “Not For Nobody” album which was originally released on CD by Digitalis in 2008, and now available on Art Edition LP/LP/Cassette by Immune Recordings with new artwork of Chris Koelle.

Scott Tuma is a musician from Chicago who is best known for having played guitar in the pioneering alt-country band Souled American. Since his departure from Souled American in the late 1990s Tuma has released three solo albums, performed and recorded with Chicago’s Boxhead Ensemble, and collaborated with Matt Christensen and Mike Weis, members of the band Zelienople in a project dubbed Good Stuff House.”

Scott Tuma guitar/voice @ Empty Bottle 20110303
Fred Lonberg-Holm tenor guitar
Emmett Kelly guitar
Ben Boye pump organ

Tape – The Wild Palms

‘The Wild Palms’ is taken from the 5th studio album “Revelationes” by Swedish Trio Tape, co-released from Immune Recordings with Häpna.  It is their first since 2008’s “Luminarium” and the follow-up to their collaboration LP with Bill Wells.

Swedish trio Tape was formed in 2000 by brothers Andreas and Johan Berthling with Tomas Hallonsten. Taking cues both from pop, experimentalism, and minimalism their sound has become recognized internationally and is clearly something of its own. Their first album Opera was released on the Häpna imprint (which Johan is a co-owner of) in 2002. Working intuitive, all by themselves, they created mini symphonies out of electronic sounds paired with a stunning melodic lyricism. With an array of electronic and acoustic instruments at hand they have gone on to release three additional full length albums (Milieu, Rideau, and Luminarium). In 2006 they collaborated with Japanese duo Tenniscoats for their album Tan-Tan Therapy. The same year they recorded in Tokyo with Japanese quartet Minamo for the album Birds of a Feather. Tape have performed worldwide, playing shows in Japan, China, Taiwan, and tours of Europe and the US. Since Luminarium was released in 2008 the band have been diligently recording in their Summa Studio in Stockholm. The results of their labor is the new album “Revelationes”.    (Immune Recordings)