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Often Sometimes Rarely Never
The Transmissionary Six
Often Sometimes Rarely Never, the first Transmissionary Six album in nearly ten years. We can't wait to share this beautiful album with you. Preorder the limited-edition CD, dust off your headphones, relax in your most comfortable chair, and prepare yourself for a musical journey that's sure to bring you back for repeated spins, hearing subtle new sounds and lyrical meaning with each listen.
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Six impeccably arranged tracks performed with heart and gut...standout EP closer Confounded packs a vocal attack and musicaledge that would be right at home on any PJ Harvey album.
Where the Spirit Rests
"...one can hear the depth of his life’s scars in his voice, and the meditative joy of his playing, burning with intelligence and dark emotion. You never want to live through some things again, but great art captures exactly what happened, no matter how chilling or terrifying, and it’s what you’ll find on Where the Spirit Rests." - The Big Takeover
While his music can certainly be filed under low-fi folk rock, this seems too lazy a description. Tennis drops some influences, clues that get us closer to the truth; Elliot Smith, Nick Drake, Sparklehorse. In Tennis' music you can hear the dark, hard-soft and ominous tones conjured by these artists, but the influence that is the most telling to us is Neil Young. Music as outsider art.
I Do is Tennis' new 2022 anthology featuring some new and some previously recorded but unreleased tracks, including the beautiful piano ballad "Hymn" accompanied by a gorgeous and inventive video.
Mining ‘80s electronic, synth-pop, rock and new wave, Claire Tucker’s bold new solo album Interior Monolith seems to be a departure from the wistful chamber-pop sounds of her debut solo EP Same Old Hunters. Listen closely and you’ll hear threads that weave through all her work - lyrics that draw you in, the deeply emotive character of her voice, and her killer sense of melody.