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Enjoy Seagulls NEW album THROWN VOICE the way it was meant to be heard: on Sega Genesis. OK, so it's actually a thumb drive - you just pop it into any computer to hear the album, as well as bonus tracks, demos, and details about the creation of the record.
You'll also receive exclusive access to THROWN VOICES: a remix EP by Evergreen Prefecture artists. This EP will see the light of day in a few weeks, but with the Sega Cart, you get an early taste.
01 - Like U Do (cozywave mix by Hello Meteor) 02 - Timeline (URBVN Rebuild) 03 - If Only (URBVN Remix) 04 - Lander (night mix by Hello Meteor) 05 - Super No Vacancy f/ A. Charles
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Thrown Voice is an album about communication - interpersonally, with the environment, within one’s self - and the way that technology can facilitate or get in the way of those interactions. It’s a follow-up about the importance of following up.
All songs written and arranged by Matt Whittle*
Produced and engineered by Derek Salazar
Additional recording by Joe Manno and Kenny Eaton
Additional lyrics by Adam Clair and Daniel Pieczkolon
Additional arrangements by Sean Cohen and Derek Salazar
Recorded at Junction Music, Mystery Ton Studios, Stratford Dr., Mutter St., Jason Dr., Sepviva St., Gregory Dr., Church Rd., West Court St., E Letterly St.
Mastered by TW Walsh
Matt Whittle: Vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, OP-1, percussion
Derek Salazar: Vocals, drums, bass
Sean Cohen: Trumpet, french horn, trombone, clarinet, piano, timpani
Chris Lipcynzski: Electric guitar, vocals
Natalie Vogel: Vocals
Olivia Price: Vocals (tracks 02, 04, 05)
Jessie Radlow: Vocals (tracks 02, 04, 05)
Emily Whittle: Cello, vocals (track 04)
Deidre McPhillips: Vocals (track 04)
Megan Kovak: Vocals (track 04)
Rachel Hediger: Violin
Aaron Wolf: Viola
Mikal Smith: Bass (tracks 02, 03, and 10)
Ryan Coons: Bass (track 04)
Nick DeMaio: Bass (track 01)
*with the exception of "Devoted," which was originally written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant and performed by The Everly Brothers. Track 02 contains an interpolation of Kanye West's "Pt. 2."
I'm amazed at this artist's ability to distill ingredients which sound essentially to my ears like 80's goth pop (minus vocals) into the most uplifting -- nigh religious experience inducing -- music ever. I discovered Tycho a few years ago via YouTube; the recording was a dawn DJ set at Burning Man. Now, Burning Man and dawn are both things I prefer to avoid, but I'll bet that was a pretty awesome experience nonetheless, and I'll admit to wishing I'd been there. Madeline v. F.