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 2010, Perpetual Motion/Graymalkin,

This album was created as a tribute to Castle Oldchair’s “Newborn Slime” album. I was so enchanted by that record and its complete outsider weirdness that I had to create a sister album for it. I spent eight days at Lindsays moms house in rural Indiana recording these eight songs. Each track was created in the spirit of its sister track on Newborn Slime. I think of these albums like a Yin/Yang pair. White Light focuses on the transcendental experience and the ecstasy of ascension. It sounds like strange voices from another dimension moving freely as they Will in the light of creation.
Released: 01/2010 (100 Split cd's with Castle Oldchair’s “Newborn Slime”)

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Recent Blog Posts

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...
3/1/19
by Kati Taylor
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