Monday, October 29, 2018

Jenny Pulse - "Marmalade"


Jenny Pulse's new Marmalade (which I was lucky enough to mix) is out now via Drop Medium - check out a write-up from the Reader here and pick up a vinyl copy here!

Friday, May 25, 2018

Joan of Arc / Devendra Banhart Split 7"



Joyful Noise just released this Joan of Arc / Devendra Banhart split 7" as part of their Cause & Effect series!  Devendra covers JoA's "Shown and Told" and JoA covers Devendra's "First Song for B" (mixed by me).  Read about it over at Stereogum.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Slow Mass debut LP "On Watch" Out Now!



Slow Mass' debut LP "On Watch" is out in the world now!  Beaming with pride for this production - it's a special one.  Buy or stream it over here and check out the great track-by-track breakdown by the band over at Consequence of Sound!

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Joan of Arc "1984"



New Joan of Arc album "1984" is up for pre-order over at Joyful Noise Recordings now!  Tracked by me and put together with love by Nate Kinsella and the band, check out the first single "Truck" over at Spin or Pitchfork.

Monday, April 2, 2018

Slow Mass - "On Watch"



Very happy to be able to announce the upcoming debut LP by Slow Mass titled "On Watch" - out May 11th via LandLand Colportage (you can pre-order here).  Produced over the last year by me and the band I can't even describe what a ripper this record is.  Geez.  Check out the first two singles over at Stereogum or watch me be kinda chubby below:


Friday, December 15, 2017

Dreamtigers on charity compilation benefiting Doctors Without Borders



Mixed some songs with the great Dreamtigers and they were just released as part of Arctic Rodeo Recordings' Planet Home Series Vol. 2 charity compilation benefiting Doctors Without Borders!  The tracks stand with some good company, alongside songs from J Robbins, Bob Nanna, and Rocky Votolato

Friday, October 6, 2017

The Passion of Joan of Arc

Photo: Serge Roca

Got to spend a lot of time travelling this year with Joan of Arc (probably the best humans to be on the road with and to help put on shows with).  Wrapped it up helping them put on a performance of their original score to Carl Theodor Dreyer's 1928 silent film The Passion of Joan of Arc live at the Art Institute of Chicago.  Still moved just looking at this picture.