OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
2/25/2020

On the forthcoming Ultrasonic, Hyatt and his collaborators build music out of Hyatt’s field recordings of the Indiana bat. It’s part of a broader Hyatt project about the endangered bat species, and it uses the echolocation sounds of the animals as sonic source material. Hyatt’s collaborators on the album include producers like Mary Lattimore, Noveller, and Kelly Moran. On lead single “Dusk Tempi,” Hyatt works with Eluvium, Portland composer Matthew Cooper’s long-running acoustic-ambient project. Listen HEREUltrasonic is out 5/1 on Temporary Residence Ltd.

2/13/2020

“We collaborated on this femme-forward playlist not only to ruminate on the sounds and moods that inspired “Backyard” and our history as a band in general, but also to create our idea of a perfect playlist to play while getting ready to go out with friends. A little throwback, a little catharsis, a lot of love.” Listen HERE

2/13/2020

Via PASTE Magazine: The song was written in remembrance of those in the Parkland shooting almost two years ago to the date. The band grew up together and went to high school near the area where the shooting took place, and because of it hitting so close to home, the band felt expressing their emotions on the event through their music would help the healing. Listen HERE

2/11/2020

Shout out to Caroline Polachek for the heads up on this achingly gorgeous stunner from Melody English, taken from her beautiful debut LP Melody, coming on Valentine’s Day (this Friday) via House of Feelings. Video directed by Richie Talboy, with choreography by Sharleen Chidiac WATCH HERE

2/11/2020

“The starting point for each composition on Ultrasonic, the eighth album in Stuart Hyatt’s Field Works series, is the endangered Indiana bat. Hyatt has spent the past year following the bats, collecting field recordings that he then turned over to some of the world’s best ambient musicians as part of an ambitious multi-disciplinary storytelling initiative funded by the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute and the National Geographic Society.” Listen to the collaborative track with Eluvium HERE

2/11/2020

“The duo of Lauren Green (Mirror Travel) and interdisciplinary artist Marissa Macias have made something that feels sonically spiritual with their debut album, Cave Vaults on the Moon in New Mexico, an airy record that is heavy on atmosphere and meditative dreaminess.” Out February 14th via Labrador Records! Listen HERE

2/8/2020

“The track deploys a rubbery synth hook that somehow elegantly intertwines with an austere string section, as Keltner’s clipped, deadpan croon delivers some hard universal truths: “Rich kids and bullies, they’re always out to get you/They’re always out to get you/They’ll swallow you whole.” And good luck dislodging that insanely catchy, cathartic sing-along chorus from your gray matter. Not that you’ll want to, by a damn stretch.”Listen HERE / This is the title track from their upcoming sophomore LP out March 13th on Freakout Records!

2/8/2020

“We caught up with Melody about her move from Boise to Brooklyn, her new album, and how her background in opera and classical performance informs her approach to songwriting.” Check out the “Self Be True” video and read the full interview HERE

2/8/2020

“Bathed in a hushed sense of wonder, Raskin’s voice is as evocative as ever, taking the lead before falling back into the shadows and letting the sumptuous instrumentation take the lead.“ / In early 2018, ex-Roz & The Rice Cakes leader Roz Raskin released a gem of an EP under a new guise, NOVA ONE, and via their new home on Community Records. A couple of years on from that release, NOVA ONE return with news of a brand new full-length, which also happens to be the 100th release from the New Orleans label. More HERE!