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Big Search – We Know

Big Search – Flyer’s Fall

Both tracks are taken from Matt Popieluch (of Foreign Born, Fool’s Gold and Glaasser) aka Big Search‘s latest release “Lay Of The Land” album, out now on limited copies of vinyl and digital via St. Ives. He’s also known as a sideman of Cass McCombs.

Matt Popieluch, frontman for Secrely Canadian artist Foreign Born, has been making music as Big Search since 1999. After making significant aesthetic breakthroughs in his dorm room at San Francisco State University, he embarked on a four-track recording spree that lasted the remainder of his collegiate experience, resulting in several 90-minute “albums” destined for the vacuum of obscurity. The first official Big Search album Mysticism vs. Classicism was recorded in Popeiluch’s garage in a house he shared with Luke Top (Fool’s Gold) and Jason Quever (Papercuts). This was the very same garage and time period in which Cass McCombs’ A and Papercuts’ Mocking Bird were recorded. In 2004, Popieluch formed Foreign Born with Lewis Pesacov (Fool’s Gold) and moved to Los Angeles, where he played his first true shows at Big Search and Mysticism vs. Classicism saw limited release on Luke Top’s short-lived label Grand Gallop. Hereupon, Lay of the Land began to take shape.

Hoquiam – Zombies of the Sea, a film by Drake Jurado
‘Zombies of the Sea’ is taken from self titled debut on limited edition LP by Hoquiam (Damien Jurado & Drake Jurado) via St. Ives.


Damien Jurado – Arkansas,
the song from the latest album “Saint Bartlett” on Secretly Canadian
via Dutch Web site The Canal Sessions, filmed about a year ago. Damien Jurado performing while streaming the canals of Utrecht.


























Tammar – Yung Jun

A five-piece band from Bloomington, Indiana, Tammar consists of Josephine McRobbie, Ben Swanson, Sarah Wyatt Swanson, Dave Walter, Evan Whikehart.  ‘Young Jun’ is taken from their latest release “I Live Here Now” (St. Ives) which captured over three live performances at Bloomington’s Russian Recording in July/August of 2009 and mixed by Zero Boys’ Paul Mahern at Echo Park Studios. LP/Limited to 300 copies.


Tammar – Live at Russian Recording – 6/11/09











Hoquiam is the collaboration of brothers Damien & Drake Jurado and on February 23rd, St. Ives will release their self titled debut on limited edition LP.


Hoquiam – Zombies Of The Sea (via Secretly Canadian)

“Hoquiam, is the end result of two brothers, mixing the influences of garage music, folk music and art, in a house we built together.” (Damien Jurado)