Sorting Through Browser Tabs: Deniz Cuylan, Deru, Bill Nace, Anna B. Savage, torpedo, Greber, Alexis Castrogiovanni, Persher, SSWAN

I had a good time today.

It's not often that over the course of a workday I'm able to direct some attention to my periphery, just enough that I keep to the necessary tasks while engaging with something more worthwhile. In this case, I spent some time today checking out some long overdue songs and artists that I'd meaning to investigate for the past few weeks. It's been a bit since I sorted through browser tabs. 

That said, there's a lot to review. I hope you enjoy. Feel free to comment. 

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Deniz Cuylan: "Hidden Language Of Four"
(from Rings Of Juniper releasing 10/14/22 by Hush Hush Records)


Courtesy of C L A N D E S T I N E  L A B E L  S E R V I C E S.



Deru: "The Dirt"
(from We Will Live On releasing 10/28/22 by Friends Of Friends)


Courtesy of Terrorbird Media. 



Bill Nace: "E:E"
(from Through A Room releasing 11/11/22 by Drag City)

 

Courtesy of Drag City. 



Anna B. Savage: "The Ghost"
(Digital single released 9/21/22 / Official website / Bandcamp)
  

Courtesy of Stereo Sanctity.



torpedo: "Hell"
(from Orpheo_Nebula released 9/15/22 by Broken Clover Records)


Courtesy of Us/Them Group.



Greber: "Into Silence"
(from Fright Without released 9/9/22 by Hibernation Release)


Courtesy of Asher Media.



Alexis Castrogiovanni: "Someday My Thoughts Will Be Like a Range of Mountains"
(from Someday My Thoughts Will Be Like a Range of Mountains released 9/21/22 / Official website / Bandcamp)


Courtesy of Force Field PR.



Persher: "Man With The Magic Soap"
(from Man With The Magic Soap releasing 10/21/22 by Thrill Jockey Records)


Courtesy of Thrill Jockey Records.


SSWAN: "Invisibility is an Unnatural Disaster"
(from Invisibility is an Unnatural Disaster released 9/2/22 by 577 Records)


Courtesy of 577 Records.

Sincerely,
Letters From A Tapehead

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