The kind heads at Arthur Magazine have featured the track “Harmonic Convergence” by Enumclaw on their new mixtape, Blackout! So says Arthur…
Arthur’s new 49-minute mixtape, specially designed to accompany (or simulate) a human-plant interaction, is now available as a digital download, featuring a high resolution JPG of the Arik Roper artwork (above), some additional art and text, and the following sequence of songs, as selected by Arthur editor Jay Babcock and sewn together by engineer/mixer Bobby Tamkin:
Just in time for the changing of the seasons, we bring to you some heavy new tunes from Niagara Falls. This is a split CDR with Annapurna Illusion which has been released by the excellent German label, Amid The Waves.
Niagara has two long-form tracks on this limited edition, hand-made release. Housed in deluxe gatefold, chipboard dvd style packaging with color insert. We only have a few of these, so grab em while they’re hot. You know, in the Shop.
Niagara was pleased to be a part of WPRB’s annual membership drive. We threw down a heavy set, gave away some records, and hopefully added some cash to the coffers of an incredible radio station. Thanks to DJ Lance Loud for hosting us, and to the ever amazing John Solomon for his gracious engineering.
Alright now. The new Enumclaw LP, Opening Of The Dawn, is almost here. We’re celebrating this “almostness” by accepting pre-orders for this slab of wax. These tracks are perfect transitional pieces. Summer into Autumn, awake into sleep, square into circle. This album has been a looong time coming, and we’re very jazzed for it’s birth into the world.
Once again, Apollo Audio will be serving your free mp3 download needs. Each record comes with one free download of the mp3 version. Please head over to the Shoppe, to procure one for yourself or a loved one. Orders will ship on 9/22/09 .
Our bros, Free Energy are hosting a show and party at their spot on Friday May 15th. Booze tricks and party favors! They’ll throw down a hot, live set, and I’ll be spinning some psych jams as well. FacebookinitHERE