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Recent Blog Posts

4/22/19
by Kati Taylor
A Few 2019 Music Events & Festivals
This year is full of fun music related events throughout Indiana.I have had fun participating, volun...
3/27/19
by Mina Keohane
Looking for a Jazz Jam? Indy's Got You.
Heya! Mina here. I read an article a while back on NPR’s blog with the headline “The Onc...
3/15/19
by Jim Rawlinson
Salad Days: talking Indy's DIY legacy with Three Carrots' Ian Phillips
The 90’s hardcore scene in Indiana was an insular one, like most subcultures. Part of a greate...

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 2014,

Full length album recorded at Queensize by Andy Fry and Jeb Banner in 2009-2010. Mixed and tweaked over the years at Echo Park with Kevin Loyal and Queensize by Andy. Mastered in 2012 by Carl Saff. Wishing to exist in vinyl form, currently only here via stream. 

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    1. Freak Out
     
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    2. Death 2 Die
     
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    3. Dance To Your Own Record
     
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    4. Blackshines
     
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    5. Blues Now Honey
     
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    6. Box Of Bones
     
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    7. Chocolate and Heroin
     
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    8. The Truth About Us
     
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    9. Beat Yourself Up
     
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    10. Hope In Prison
     
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    11. Lifted Melody
     

Recent Blog Posts

4/22/19
by Kati Taylor
A Few 2019 Music Events & Festivals
This year is full of fun music related events throughout Indiana.I have had fun participating, volun...
3/27/19
by Mina Keohane
Looking for a Jazz Jam? Indy's Got You.
Heya! Mina here. I read an article a while back on NPR’s blog with the headline “The Onc...
3/15/19
by Jim Rawlinson
Salad Days: talking Indy's DIY legacy with Three Carrots' Ian Phillips
The 90’s hardcore scene in Indiana was an insular one, like most subcultures. Part of a greate...