Monday, September 3, 2012
We live in Orlando and we love to climb, so we’re already pretty screwed, but it is this mutual pain that binds us together as a community. Lacking mountains or boulders to climb on, we search for other forms of entertainment outside of the gym. Because of this, we created VOLUMES; a series of music compilations curated by yours truly, meant to showcase fresh music from talented artists right here in our local community.
Talent is all around us , and we get too much bad rep of being known as a cultural wasteland, where nothing interesting ever happens and where all one can find is Mickey Mouse, suburbs, and clubs. Volumes is an attempt to give local talent much deserved light by bringing it to fellow Floridians, with the goal of strengthening connections in the community and making you aware Florida is booming with activity.
We hope you enjoy exploring the work of these musicians, go to their shows, get out there and show that Florida is not a place of mass exodus, but the place to be. So whether you are climbing, working out or just chillin' these sounds are sure to enhance your experience. You may download the full compilation here or stream below.
Glad Animal Movements - “From a Dimly Lit Room” (Orlando)
Kodak To Graph - “Express/Cause” (Pensacola)
JSHIH - “Priceless” (Orlando)
Maximino - “Katy” (Winter Park)
Fortune Howl - “Moonrise” (Orlando)
Saskatchewan - “Skinny Dipping” (Orlando)
Spies On Bikes - “Rude Boy (Redux)” (Tampa)
moving - “1.26” (Orlando)
unouomedude - “Disney World” (Jacksonville)
Early Founder - “Red Butterfly” (Pensacola)
You may download the full compilation here.
Also, here are a few local shows to check out in the month of September:
Show presented by Relief In Abstract Records featuring Personal Boy from Jacksonville, Glad Animal Movements, MARBLE, and APOCH from Orlando. Expect a night of chillwave, electronic, experimental, break-beats, and dance tunes. Event Page
Producer and beatsmith heRobust from Atlanta Georgia will be paying Orlando a visit for the second time alongside RuddyP (from Virgnia), XXYYXX, Fortune Howl, and JSHIH from Orlando. Expect a night of heavy electronic tunes, glitch-hop, trap-step, futurebass, chillwave, and futurepop. In addition, all of the proceeds from this show will go to benefit Relief In Abstract Records's CEO Jered Dowden. To find out why he needs our help look here. Event Page
Show presented by Post Script featuring hardcore band NO BABIES from California, SSLOTS (a band composed solely of three drummers), and BOY♔DIVISION from Florida. Expect a night of hardcore, experimental, avant-garde jazz, and post-punk.
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