Don Brownrigg make his MMR debut with ‘It Takes All Kinds (To Make This World I Find)’. Written and recorded over a 2-year span in Nova Scotia by Don and producer Daniel Ledwell performing nearly every part on the album. Featuring the CBC-loved single ‘Sweet Dream Sleeper’ and ‘Just Breathe’ from his Southern Souls session. Forming from Andy Cabic’s backing band and moving West to Portland, Pure Bathing Culture‘s debut LP ‘Moon Tides’ is available now. The band premiered the much loved single ‘Pendulum’ on Gorilla VS Bear and followed it up with the fantastic stop motion video for ‘Dream The Dare’. Currently on the North American leg of their tour, they visit Toronto November 2nd at the Silver Dollar with Widowspeak.
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Pure Bathing Culture Sign To MapleMusic Recordings / Partisan Records & Release ‘Moon Tides’ On October 22
Upcoming Canadian Dates:
October 22 – Vancouver, BC – Electric Owl
November 3 – Montreal, QC – Il Motore
It’s a rare and beautiful thing when a band emerges fully formed, but it makes perfect sense in the case of guitarist Daniel Hindman and keyboardist Sarah Versprille’s Pure Bathing Culture, who today share single “Pendulum,” off their forthcoming full-length debut, ‘Moon Tides.’ “Pendulum” is a perfect mid-tempo album opener that pulses and shines, and other standout tracks from the album — “Dream The Dare”, “Twins”, “Scotty” and “Golden Girl” — are slices of reverb-drenched, soulful, danceable electro-pop, that musically and lyrically tap into an introspective worship of the natural and psychic mysteries that surround us. MapleMusic Recordings will release ‘Moon Tides’ on October 22nd and the band will share songs from the forthcoming album on an North American tour this fall.
Dismemberment Plan, the ground-breaking and influential indie rock four-piece, is excited to announce that they will release ‘Uncanney Valley‘, the group’s first album of new music in 12 years on October 15th, through MapleMusic Recordings / Partisan Records.
In 2003, if you told the members of The Dismemberment Plan that ten years later they would not only be releasing a new album, but their best record to date, there’s no way they would have believed you. Since forming in Washington, D.C. in 1993, the band has released four highly acclaimed full-lengths, toured the world many times over, and become one of the most well respected-and indefinable-acts in indie rock. But the past decade has seen their members exploring other areas both inside and outside of music, and even embracing adulthood. However, along the way something funny happened: They reunited three years ago to play some shows to support the reissue of 1999’s ‘Emergency & I‘, and realized their most potent magic had yet to be bottled.