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Year: 2003 - 2100
Location: Bloomington, Indiana
Categorized as: Experimental, Folk / Acoustic
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e.p., andy goheen.
Former members include j. hall (lone logician) and joshua radicke.
e.p. hall makes thinky, creepy, guitar-and-electrobuzz folksongs from the lonely midwestern united states. The project’s influences include various diy, freak-folk, and new/weird mini-movements. The most well known of the e.p. hall recordings is the 2006 ep ‘The edge the middle’ . ‘Mommy Crow’ is scheduled for release in 2009. Other releases include ‘this is a demo’ from 2003. e.p. hall songs have appeared on two of the Live from Bloomington charity compilation projects (2007 and 2009).
e.p. hall’s only constant member is a female human named e.p. (though, confusingly, not named e.p. hall). Former contributors include Lone Logician and Joshua Radicke. Current collaborators include Andy Goheen of Sticky and the Bees.
2009, IFF Transponder,
All songs written and performed by e.p. hall. Mommy Crow was mostly home recorded in various Bloomington, Indiana bedrooms and living rooms, with a great deal of help from recording engineer Neal Warner. Heartfelt thanks to The Bishop and The Schoolhouse for allowing us to use their spaces as well.
Andy Goheen plays drums on Churchyard, percussion on Mommy Crow, synth on The Shade, contributes vocals on Ladders and Mirrors, and has been integral to the development of this project in general. The Emperor’s Note features Alexander Kroh on drums and Mike Bridavsky on electric guitar. Gone are the Thoughts of Sparrows features Travis Jeffords on cello.
Mixed an mastered at Russian Recording by Mike Bridavsky. Album art and design by David J. Woodruf & Sons. Packaging silkscreened by Jarod Isenbarger at In Case of Emergency Press.
The fellows at IFF Transponder Recording generally made everything happen and are now doomed to be our friends for life.
Lyrics can be obtained from ephall.com/language
Dedicated to all the people, places, and ideas we have lost, found, or loved since August 2006.