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BALLOON POP – SEPT. 2019

Balloon Pop is the new live concert series curated by Future Archive Recordings. We are excited to launch the series in three amazing music driven cities! Sept 19 – 21 will take place in San Francisco CA, Denver CO, and Austin TX.

SEPT 19 // SAN FRANCISCO CA @ 1015 FOLSOM
SEPT 20 // DENVER CO @ CERVANTES’ MASTERPIECE & OTHER SIDE
SEPT 21 // AUSTIN TX @ EMPIRE CONTROL ROOM & GARAGE

Featuring:

WAX TAILOR (DJ SET)
BLOCKHEAD
LITTLE PEOPLE
YPPAH
NATASHA KMETO
ARMS AND SLEEPERS
CNJR

Tickets available now!

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More about Balloon Pop here.

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OUT NOW – CNJR ‘FVR / PPS’

CNJR’s latest set of dual singles, ISV / MSS, is officially out today! Click here to download/stream or take a listen below. Debut full-length album WSTLND will be released on June 7, 2019. You can also take a look at the music videos for each track on our YouTube channel.

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WSTLND is the debut LP from CNJR, coming June 7, 2019. Exploring the struggle to survive the human experience, the complexities of mental health and depression, and the alienation of being queer. WSTLND is a heavily emotive experience. CNJR combines complex electronic sounds, retro synthesizers, recorded instrumentation, and occasional vocals to uniquely create a dark electro/analog tapestry that draws listeners into an introspective experience.

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More about CNJR here.
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Thoma releases a DJ Mix of the influential songs that Inspired ‘Detroit’

Thoma‘s new album ‘Detroit‘ is coming Friday, April 26, and we are really excited to release a DJ Mix by the group, compiling songs that influenced the creation of the album.
The duo (Ben and Tristan) give us a glimpse of what inspires their creative process, displaying a massively eclectic range of songs and genres. Like ‘Detroit‘, Thoma’s Influences Mix feels experimental, introspective, and deeply interesting. In preparation for Friday’s release, dig in early today!

TRACK LISTING

Ben’s Side
1. The Microphones – Solar System
2. Terry Riley – Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band
3. James Holden – Seven Stars
4. Nosaj Thing – Medic
5. Nicolas Jaar – The Three Sides of Audrey and Why She’s All Alone
Now
6. Flying Lotus – Satellite
7. Alice Coltrane – Journey in Satchidananda
8. Arca – Front Load
9. Four Tet – Sun, Drums, and Soil
10. Fripp and Eno – Wind on Water
11. Francis Bebey – Akwaaba
12. Pharoah Sanders – Astral Traveling

Tristan’s Side
13. Portico Quartet – Line
14. Caribou – Dundas, Ontario
15. Jon Hopkins – Sleepwalker
16. Cepia – Natura Morta
17. Dorian Concept – 11.04.2012
18. Lamb – Closer
19. Boards of Canada – Turquoise Hexagon Sun

Find more info on Thoma ‘Detroit’ HERE.

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PRE-ORDERS – drab ‘digging a hole to fill a hole’

The debut EP from drab, titled digging a hole to fill a holeis now available for pre-order ahead of the May 10, 2019 release date. You can watch the music video for the 1st single from the EP below, titled loveliness, which is available for immediate download when you pre-order the EP. You can also stream the new single on Spotify.

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For the Boston-based artist Andrew G Nault, drab started out as more of a concept; broad strokes of a particular mood to convey sonically. “There’s beauty in the less favorable moments in life,” explains Nault. “Musically my ear has always leaned in that direction. Chalk it up to a small brush with death at a young age, I guess.” Indeed, there is much to be learned from life’s darker moments, and plenty of layers to shed along the way to do so. This is the context that drab operates in. Layered compositions of haze, feel, and movement that shift and progress with subtlety.

Though a newcomer to electronic music production, Nault is a long time student of music in general. With well over a decade of experience as a producer, engineer, and musician, there’s not much he hasn’t tried. Stylistically unafraid, his credits stretch across a multitude of genres (founder of Lesser Glow on Pelagic Records, live drummer for Arms and Sleepers). From Folk to Doom to R&B and more, each venture has left a lasting impression on the next. “drab is another chance for me to challenge myself and explore… a melting pot to throw all of these styles and experiences into and see what comes out,” writes Nault. With the upcoming debut EP, Nault again sets his wheels in motion, continuing to dive deeper into his unconventional combination of influences and an ear for the bittersweet.

digging a hole to fill a hole officially releases on May 10, 2019 via Future Archive Recordings.

Track Listing:

01. better
02. strain (feat. Thomas John Cadrin)
03. muse
04. loveliness  [available for immediate download w/ EP pre-orders]
05. spine (feat. Adam Henry)
06. thief  [available for immediate download w/ EP pre-orders]
07. omen

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THOMA ‘EARTH BREATHES’

The 2nd single from Thoma‘s upcoming new album Detroit was released yesterday exclusively on our SoundCloud and Bandcamp pages. Check out Earth Breathes below and pre-order the album ahead of the April 26, 2019 release date. You’ll get an immediate download of two songs when you pre-order.

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More about Thoma here.

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LITTLE PEOPLE ‘LANDLOPER’ US TOUR

The Little People US is underway! Make sure to catch him live in support of his new album Landloper. Other Future Archive artists Marley Carroll and Natasha Kmeto will be joining him for select dates. Info and tickets can be found here.

April 2: Fort Collins
April 3: Denver
April 4: Portland
April 5: Seattle
April 6: Eugene
April 10: Oakland
April 11: San Diego
April 12: Coachella (The Do Lab Stage)
April 17: Washington DC
April 18: Asheville
April 19: Sweetwater (420 Festival – ATL)
April 20: Austin
April 24: Boston
April 25: Brooklyn
April 26: Chicago
April 27: Philadelphia

Tickets here.

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More about Little People here.

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drab ‘digging a hole to fill a hole’

We are happy to announce digging a hole to fill a hole, the debut EP from drab! If you’re into dark, ambient, industrial electronica sounds, this will be up your alley. Mark your calendars.

digging a hole to fill a hole will be released on May 10, 2019 via Future Archive Recordings, with the single loveliness out April 19. You can learn more about drab on our website.

Watch the EP video teaser below.

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For the Boston-based artist Andrew G Nault, drab started out as more of a concept; broad strokes of a particular mood to convey sonically. “There’s beauty in the less favorable moments in life,” explains Nault. “Musically my ear has always leaned in that direction. Chalk it up to a small brush with death at a young age, I guess.” Indeed, there is much to be learned from life’s darker moments, and plenty of layers to shed along the way to do so. This is the context that drab operates in. Layered compositions of haze, feel, and movement that shift and progress with subtlety.

Though a newcomer to electronic music production, Nault is a long time student of music in general. With well over a decade of experience as a producer, engineer, and musician, there’s not much he hasn’t tried. Stylistically unafraid, his credits stretch across a multitude of genres (founder of Lesser Glow on Pelagic Records, live drummer for Arms and Sleepers). From Folk to Doom to R&B and more, each venture has left a lasting impression on the next. “drab is another chance for me to challenge myself and explore… a melting pot to throw all of these styles and experiences into and see what comes out,” writes Nault. With the upcoming debut EP, Nault again sets his wheels in motion, continuing to dive deeper into his unconventional combination of influences and an ear for the bittersweet.

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More about drab here.