A few weeks ago I dropped snowdaze, a little EP I recorded based on College Park’s first snow of the season. Today, I bring you Quarry / Harbor a six-song release that is essentially everything decent I recorded in 2010. It’s available for download by clicking through above to the Wapinitia bandcamp or here. It’s name your own price, so it’s basically free unless you’re feeling generous, like Jorge did with snowdaze. Jorge, I treasure that dollar forever.
Stay tuned for more Fresh Heirs releases, as I look forward toGoodbye Canterbury from Kevin’s The Dalles project and January just seems ripe with free time for more releases from many areas. Stay tuned and download Quarry / Harbor and support local music.
For a pleasant holiday treat, we’re bringing you a new EP from Wapinitia entitled snowdaze. Recorded Friday afternoon and evening after the morning had the first snowfall of the season, this three-song release is inspired by the winter season. While different in style from the Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood split with Ebright Azimuth, snowdaze is a collage of ideas all put down into one place.
Click through the picture above or click here to go to Wapinitia’s bandcamp. Name your price (which is assumed to be free).
Yes folks, the moment you have all been waiting for is here. The Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood split between Ebright Azimuth and Wapinitia is now available for download HERE. Download. Tell your friends. Just try it out. Daniel and Kevin worked pretty hard along with Anna to sandwich it in before Daniel left for college, Kevin went back to school, and Anna left the country. Everyone at Fresh Heirs would appreciate your downloading of this.
Plus, it’s pretty awesome. First there’s the “Mount Rainier” side from Ebright Azimuth (Kevin) that takes off with “Japanada,” a Sleigh Bells-esque jam that scares dads everywhere before throwing nostalgia in your face with “August.” On the “Mount Hood” side, Wapinitia (Daniel) brings the Maryland suburbs to you with “Suburban Sunset” before slipping in some beach vibe with “Pierced.” Check it out.
Download Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood by Ebright Azimuth and Wapinitia for free here via Mediafire.
“Suburban Sunset” is the final song from the Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood split between Wapinitia and Ebright Azimuth. If you look back through the recent posts, you can listen to “August,” “Pierced,” and “Japanada.” Daniel brings you “Suburban Sunset” via the inspiration of exactly that, a suburban sunset. Drawing influences from Beach Fossils and Ducktails, the song features simple riffs coming in and out and contrasting with each other under hazy vocals. “Suburban Sunset” will be available to download tomorrow, September 11, along with the rest of the Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood split.
The second song from the Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood split between Ebright Azimuth and Wapinitia is now yours for the streaming in the form of Wapinitia’s “Pierced,” which is also the B-side to “Suburban Sunset.” Daniel recorded all instruments on “Pierced” in the span of about 20 minutes on August 21, 2010. He feels it could be one of the best songs he’s recorded even though it times it a cool, quick 1:49. The upbeat driving nature of the song is perfect for getting moving, but still possesses enough summer nostalgia for the September and October months. “Pierced” will be available for download along with the rest of the Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood split on Saturday, September 11.
That’s right people, the first song from the Ebright Azimuth-Wapinitia split Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood is available for stream below. Recorded and engineered completely by Kevin, this song contains a sentimentality that will make you wish summer was continuing, while watching it end. In a way, it’s perfect for the post-Labor Day, getting back into the school routine time that we find ourselves in now.
Yes, that’s right, Fresh Heirs is having its first release on Saturday, September 11, a little split between Ebright Azimuth and Wapinitia entitled Mount Rainier vs. Mount Hood, in tribute to the Pacific Northwest. The songs will be posted for stream via SoundCloud with its own individual art starting tomorrow. Then on Saturday, the whole package will be available for download. FOR FREE. Exciting right?