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Old Try

Barnstorm.


Back in January, I met up with some Nashville fellas for a beer while we were in town. Marianna was wiped from our epic Southern Roadtrip (in which we averaged 250 miles a day over ten days, even though we only drove every second day, thus 500 a leg) so I had to go it alone. But that's one of the things I like doing: meeting up with folks who find our stuff and appreciate it.

Mr. Hartline is one of...

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Prodigal Bass.


The only really crucial thing to note here about the music is that the whole thing is about the bass. People who know a lot about electronic music will disagree with me, but knowing a lot about electronic music is, these days, entirely beside the point.
 
The progression of a house track, and one plausible reason for house's ascendancy, goes like this: There's some twinkly pirouetting melody in the...

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Mississhippi.



Red Clay Soul has been so kind as to highlight the new print we've done with our pals at Land Vs Ocean. In addition to that, they've let me disclose all our secrets. Armed with that knowledge, you can pretty much go steal our entire idea. Photos thanks to the unrivaled David Salafia.

Like they say, a rising tide lifts all ships.

Head over there and give it a read and a look-see.

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Hallmark of the South.



hallmark of the south

Found this a few issues ago in Our State Magazine and wanted to share. - Micah
I used to laugh at people who collect dirt, but that was the old me. I used to laugh at a lot of things I don’t laugh at anymore. I no longer laugh at three-legged dogs, old people, sinkholes, a guy who forgets to zip his fly, two-legged dogs, people who don’t like mustard, neckties, coconuts, whistlers, tap dancers,...

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