About Jerry David DeCicca:
Jerry David DeCicca's last album, Time the Teacher, was named Americana Album of the Month (March, 2018) by Uncut magazine and called "a remarkable feat of empathy" by The Fader. His next album, Burning Daylight, is being released on September 28th by Austin label, Super Secret (publicity by Riot Act Media, radio by Tiger Bomb Promo). DeCicca's albums have been featured in Aquarium Drunkard, Magnet, Mojo and Brooklyn Vegan and included collaborators like Will Oldham, Kelley Deal, and Spooner Oldham. He is also the producer of albums by Larry Jon Wilson (Drag City), Will Beeley (Tompkins Square), Ed Askew (Tin Angel) and the Numero Group. His previous band, The Black Swans, recorded 5 albums, toured for over 10 years, and was recognized in Pitchfork, Tiny Mix Tapes, American Songwriter, and many more.
About Adam Ostrar:
Adam Ostrar recorded 4 albums with his band, Manishevitz (JagJaguar) before heading out as a solo artist. His latest record, Brawls in the Briar (featuring members of Califone, Hamilton Leithauser, Boxhead Ensemble) on Super Secret Records, has earthy rustic qualities reminiscent of John Fahey, Tim Buckley, with some of the mystical English folk of Bert Jansch and Robbie Basho. He's known to cover Eno and touches on Moles/Richard Davies melodies.
About Casey Golden:
Casey Golden takes its cues from 1960s experimental-pop maestros like Brian Wilson, Gal Costa, and Nick Drake, filtering the artist's words through a radiant prism of sun-specked rock & roll and tasteful Tropicalia flourishes (it shouldn't be surprising to learn that Brazilian studio legend Rogerio Duprat is one of Golden's primary production touchstones). Of course, the instrumental wizardry might be beside the point if not for Golden's voice - a haunting falsetto that sticks to the heart and gives the music a rare, heart-breaking vulnerability.
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