Taken from the second album “Dancing On Soda Lake” by Wren Kitz from Burlington, Vermont artist , following up his debut album “For Evelyn” back in 2015. Due out on June 2nd via NNA Tapes (NNA098, on Cassette & Digital formats).
Taken from the first full-length “For Evelyn” via Section Sign Records, 2015.
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Taken from the first full-length album of Tredici bassi featuring Ruth Garbus (Feathers, Happy Birthday). The group is the brainchild of Simon Hanes, formerly known as the Guerilla Toss bassist. Available via NNA tapes.
via FMA, Gary Wilson and Tredici Bacci, Live on WFMU with Marty McSorley, 9/23/2016
“Over the last few years, the young musician and composer Simon Hanes has worked tirelessly to channel his deep love and infatuation with 1960’s/1970’s soundtrack music into his own personal vision and homage to the style through dedicated songwriting, and the integration of the totality of his musical influences.”
ZONE VISION 04: Horse Lords at $ITU@TI0N$ on 6.21.14
Track A1 from NNA075: Horse Lords “Hidden Cities,” available on NNA tapes.
Stream the Hubble’s new track ‘A Long Way From Home’ (Kinks cover), taken from the second Hubble LP “Hubble Eagle”, available October 29th 2013 on Vinyl and Digital formats via NNA Tapes.
Ben Greenberg (also of the Men) began Hubble in 2011 as a solo guitar project extended from his prior work with avant-rock band Zs and punk-fuck band Pygmy Shrews.
Chris Weisman 1.20.12 Brattleboro, VT
Chris Weisman, of Happy Birthday along with Ruth Garbus and Kyle Thomas (aka King Tuff), both formerly of Feathers, has released a brand new full-length “Message From Work,” the follow-up to 2011′s “Transparency.” Available Now via Autumn Records. Full album streaming & buy physical/digital at HERE.
and from Brattleboro again… Ryan Power, who produced Happy Birthday‘s Sub Pop 2010 self-titled debut album, has US release of his fifth record “I Don’t Want to Die” on April 3rd from NNA Tapes, previously released from Japanese label Moorworks in 2011.