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M is We - M is We M is We - M is We
MP3 EP 2015 | Silber 190
7 tracks, 23 minutes
$3 download
On this self-titled EP by M is We, the music is lo-fi electro-clash. Influenced by post punk, new wave, & darkwave as well as experimental music, the songs have maintained pop sensibilities while remaining raw & immediate. The reverb drenched & distorted vocals are anthems of isolation & escape, of fires & rebirth. Sing along, feel the heat, & find something to burn.

: Listen to the track Family Reunion
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Philip Polk Palmer - Here in the Deadlights Philip Polk Palmer - Here in the Deadlights
CD Album 2015 | Silber 192
9 tracks, 31 minutes
($18 international, $5 download)
Influenced by bands like Joy Division, The Church, The Reds, Nick Cave & the Badseeds, Echo & the Bunnymen, & Bauhaus; Palmer takes post punk & shoegaze & melancholy pop & mixes them with the ghosts, hopes, legends, & life of Savannah. Engineered by Brian John Mitchell (Remora) & mixed by Brian McKenzie (Electric Bird Noise).

: Listen to the track The Call
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Our webzine QRD continues with issue #73.
40 interviews with musician & cartoonist fathers about balancing family life & art.  As always read for free or donate if you'd like

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The Infant Cycle - The Bundle of Joy The Infant Cycle - The Bundle of Joy
MP3 Box Set 2015 | Silber 191
36 tracks, 3 hours 19 minutes
$5 download
A collection of rarities encompassing the twenty year career of The Infant Cycle.  Electro-acoustic, ambient, drone, noise, & near silence.

: Listen to the track The Nice Intro
: Listen to the track Shiny Venus
: Press Release
: Listen on Bandcamp
: Reviews
Fathers - Balancing Family & Art Fathers: Balancing Family & Art
Ebook 2015
610 pages (available as PDF, Mobi, or EPUB)

Interviews with over 100 musician, cartoonist, & artistic dads about balancing family life & art including:
Alan Sparhawk of Low; Colin Newman of Wire; Martin Bowes of Attrition; Peter Ulrich of Dead Can Dance; Phil Dole of Chord; Philip B. Klingler of PBK; Fred Frith of Henry Cow; Scott Cortez of lovesliescrushing; Sam Rosenthal of Black Tape for a Blue Girl; Chris Olley of Six by Seven; Tore Boe of Origami Republika; Nicholas Slaton of slicnaton; Shaun Sandor of Promute; Jon Attwood of Yellow6; Bob Corby of Back Porch Comics; Chris Brokaw of The New Year; Tim Hinely of Dagger; Jack Rabid of The Big Takeover; & many many more.
Heaven Falls Hard - Three Hundred Seconds Heaven Falls Hard - Three Hundred Seconds
MP3 EP 2015 | Silber 194
5 tracks, 5 minutes
$1 download
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On Three Hundred Seconds, Heaven Falls Hard presents five pieces creating a cinematic soundtrack to the last five minutes of life. Paying homage to the classic soundtrack work of John Carpenter, Goblin, & Ennio Morricone; an imaginary film easily comes to mind of one coming to terms & embracing a final rest. Sit back & let your imagination make an epic short film.

: Listen to the track Triumph
: Press Release
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Remora - Swash Remora - Swash
MP3 EP 2015 | Silber 193
7 tracks, 24 minutes
$2 download
Remora captured as a live post punk proto-apcalyptic band featuring Brian Lea McKenzie of Electric Bird Noise on drums & Peter Aldrich on bass led by Brian John Mitchell on guitar & vocals.

: Listen to the track The Doctor's Wife
: Press Release
: Reviews
: Listen or download for free on Bandcamp
What Does The Scanner See - What Does The Scanner See What Does The Scanner See - What Does The Scanner See?
MP3 EP 2015 | Silber 186
4 tracks, 28 minutes
$3 download
What Does The Scanner See? is an improvisational collaboration of five musicians – Megan Karls (Cascade String Quartet, Great Falls Symphony) on violin, Kyle Arthur Miller (Haunter) on electric guitar, Eric Perreault (Andrew Weathers Ensemble) on concertina, Erik Schoster (He Can Jog) on computer, & Andrew Weathers (Andrew Weathers Ensemble) on acoustic guitar. Named after graffiti that may or may not have been a reference to Philip K. Dick, What Does the Scanner See is as mysterious & deep as the song of freedom from Radio Free Albemuth.

: Listen to the track Sugar Maple
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: Reviews
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