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We’re really excited to announce the NORESIDENCY release series!

This past Spring we did a residency at Philly’s The Art Dept; early evening, intimate concerts which we also recorded. We’ll be releasing a series of them starting next week, July 15th. They will be pay-what-you-want on Bandcamp, streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and for sale on iTunes and other stores for a very small amount. (Basically making them available in as many ways as possible!)

The schedule is:
July 15th – Beck-Fields (Live)
July 22nd – Starkey (Live)
July 29th – Brian John McBrearty (Live)
August 5th – Attia (Live)
August 12th – Mikronesia (Live)

You can pre-order the first three releases on iTunes now, and receive one of the tracks from the set immediately. Here are the links for:
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Starkey
Brian John McBrearty

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The third installment of our NOREMIXES NORESIDENCY at The Art Dept. in Philly is Friday, April 22nd.  Mark your calendars!  This month, NOREMIXES’ own Oh! Pears and Mikronesia will be joined by Valley Exit, the new moniker of Jeff Zeigler.

The Art Dept. is a small, intimate venue, so we recommend getting advance tickets.  Doors are at 6:30pm, show is 7:00-9:00pm.  Hope to see you there.

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The NOREMIXES NORESIDENCY continues at The Art Dept. in Philly on Friday, March 25th. This month will feature live performances from Beck-Fields, Attia and Ben Warfield. The kickoff event in February was a huge success; we were so thrilled with the turnout and the music that night was amazing! This month is going to be equally special.

We highly recommend getting advanced tickets for this event because The Art Dept. is an extremely small venue. Last month we were at capacity! Pre-order tickets are available on the Art Dept. website here.

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Philadelphia’s James Falconi returns to NOREMIXES as Atmosphreq with a sophomore release that builds upon the sonic palette of his 2015 self-titled debut. However, Northwest mise en Scéne feels less like a follow up and more like an accompaniment: the needed bookend to contain the composer’s strident soundscapes. The release is broken up by only 3 moments of silence, with each pairing of tracks evolving into opaque textures of phase shifts and disorienting rhythm throbbing.

The EP is released Friday, March 11th through all digital retailers and streaming sites, but you can preview and preorder the release direct from our Bandcamp page now and you’ll receive ‘Immutable’ instantly. Check it out below.