Ryan Adams just released his new self-titled album. Adams produced the new album himself in his own PAX-AM studio in Los Angeles, and brought the band he worked with (including co-producer Mike Viola) to this extended World Cafe session. They wound up performing a bunch of songs — including the previously unheard “The Door,” which was to appear on Adams’ unreleased “black hole album.”
Mallory is pleased to announce that To The Hollow Night has an official release date. It is now set for Midsummer Night, June the 21st, at 10:51 PM EST, the moment of tipping back into a lengthening of darkness.
We have been blessed by the toiling hands of Chelsea Granger with the artwork associated with this album.
We hope that you all enjoy Dance, Fall: the single song we are releasing before Midsummer.
This is a question that is met with the usual rock puns without much further thought. However, we at Pinkamena Party know eclectic/esoteric taste when we see it, and Maud definitely has it. Thus, it is only reasonable to assume Maud would really enjoy listening to more avant-garde genres of music. At the same time, she would enjoy music made with actual rocks, and music that sounds like rocks and stones. Put them together, and you have this album.
This album is nearly 2 full hours (1 hour, 56 minutes, and 51 seconds to be exact) of nothing but arrhythmic and atonal avant-garde, sound collages, field recordings, musique concrète, soft noise, etc. made exclusively with rocks, stones, and the like. Over 30 different artists made rock sounds for Maud, and we hope that we have made Maud Pie proud on the 1 year anniversary of her episode airing (March 14, or “Maud Pi Day”).