Howell Dawdy ∆∆ Field Guides ∆∆ Chimneys

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"Field Guides began in 2012 as the solo recording project of Brooklyn singer/songwriter Benedict Kupstas. Thoughtful and eccentric, his music has an experimental nature to it, blending warm, jangling indie pop with a pastiche of field recordings from his various travels. His first release under the Field Guides name was a two-song single on his Bandcamp page called There Is Always Someone Waiting Somewhere Else. Over the next two years, the project began to grow into a band as Kupstas recruited various musicians from the local Brooklyn scene to join him. The rotating lineup includes current and former members of acts like Helado Negro, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Landlady, and Future Wife, among others. Their debut record—"Boo, Forever" (Muir Woods)—was recorded over in Brooklyn and mixed in upstate New York by veteran engineer D. James Goodwin (Devo, Kaki King, Leverage Models). Named after a Richard Brautigan poem, "Boo, Forever" was released in November 2014."—All Music

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Chimneys is a trio from Brooklyn. Even right now they could be building a swaddle of sound, they could be building an elbows-out noise groove. It might come across as odd pop, or a slammy confession, or a nervous mantra. Come swimming!
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