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PAW TRACKS

Excepter is a NYC-based electronic improvisational performance group devoted to the exposure of cosmic consciousness through the trifecta of micro-movement, abstract razzle-dazzle, and 'living-in-the-moment'.

Having recently relocated to her home state of Virginia from Philadelphia, Annie Sachs (a.k.a. Tickley Feather) has recorded her newest album "Hors D'oeuvres". Recorded in an old dilapidated farmhouse in the Shenandoah woods, "Hors D'oeuvres" brilliantly captures Annie's Southern Gothic meets Existential Hillbilly vibe. Focused around a sense of joy, the new material is a marked change from her previous work and its sense of moodiness and oppression. Imbued with a purposeful anthemic quality, these songs reach out to the listener embracing a hauntingly beautiful tension, enhanced by a patina of 4 track scuzz.

Eric Copeland

Alien In A Garbage Dump

Eric Copeland is a founding member of New York's Black Dice. "Alien In A Garbage Dump" represents almost two years of basement jamming and collecting. At the same time he was immersed in two Black Dice albums. Consequently, there are obvious parallels in the results; an uncompromised sonic landscape. But alone, Copeland has found places one can only find alone: small inner dialogues and isolated mind caves where the idea may only last a moment, but he captures and tweaks it into a fragment of many memories. "Alien" proves to be a strangely curated time capsule of OUR time right NOW; music where birds beat-box with car-stereo subwoofers and the neighbours' espanol sings on top the Sabbath siren. With all this going on, Copeland sometimes disappears into the anonymity, playing a 'behind-the-scenes' role, pushing cords and pulling buttons, laughing because the batteries are dying. The result is a collection of songs at once uniquely urban but still strangely universal in language. Fifteen years strong in the game and somehow it's easier to see where his music is going as opposed to where it's been. The first seven songs of this release appeared as a vinyl EP by the same name put out by Paw Tracks last year. The last six songs appear as a vinyl EP named "Al Anon" put out by Catsup Plate.


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