The latest Butterscotch release from Carolina Eyck is finally here…almost. It’ll be released on October 14th in a beautiful translucent green vinyl LP gatefold package, a deluxe CD version, and both hi-res and standard-res digital. Read more »
Mikael Jorgensen has teamed up with Graph Rabbit on the first video/music collaboration in Jorgensen’s new project called Rancho Electro. Each video will feature a newly written song which is then filmed and recorded live in the “wild” near Jorgensen’s home in Ojai, California. Read more at Stereogum or click through to the Rancho Electro page here at our site.
NPR’s Larz Gotrich says: “Few records felt more alive in 2015 than the D.C. band’s Beauty Pill Describes Things As They Are, which is saying a lot since it took eight years to make Read more »
Work began on this second LP from acclaimed theremin virtuoso Carolina Eyck in the spring of 2013 when she and producer/label-head Allen Farmelo started talking about another record together. Both were excited about working with string quartet, and the new record features compositions for quartet by Eyck performed by American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME). Read more »
An in-depth documentary radio story about the making of Beauty Pill Describes Things As They Are has been featured on NPR’s All Things Considered Weekend Edition. We hear band members Chad Clark and Basla Andolsun tell stories from across the many years that went into making the record. Read the story here.
We think that Coolhunting and The Vinyl Factory did a great job of summarizing Odd Harmonics, so you could just jump on those links to learn more. Or read on to learn more about this six-week art and performance series that launched Butterscotch Records in the Fall of 2013. Read more »