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Colin Miller // Haw Creek TAPE

Colin Miller // Haw Creek TAPE

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This is a cassette released by Colin Miller, a bedroom folk writer from North Carolina, USA, on the New York indie pop label Ruination in September 2023.

Contains 10 songs ranging from indie country folk to lo-fi bedroom folk. DL code included. Out of print.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Ruination Record Co. releases available at Tobira.

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Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case. 

Tracklist:

  1. Sweetheartmetalbaby 03:47
  2. Don't Love You No More 04:10
  3. Never Wanna 03:04
  4. Paper Roof 04:19
  5. Just To Be Around You 03:43
  6. Gap 03:48
  7. Off The Mountain 04:11
  8. If Yer Dreamin’ 03:02
  9. Fallin 04:52
  10. Nosebleeds 05:18

Text excerpt by  Ashleigh Bryant Phillips via the label:

"[...] Haw Creek opens with a lullaby, Colin singing: No one ever dies. It's called “Sweetheartmetalbaby” and it's just Colin and his acoustic guitar. And then some strange unidentifiable swirling sound, and then backup singers humming in harmony, a mantra, a spell. The beat, like moth wings fluttering on the screen door, trying to get in.

Colin inherited his great-grandmother's pump organ. And his grandmother's piano. There's a worn-out paperback on it, duct-taped on the spine: Educational Vocal Studies by John D. Brunk, Mennonite Hymns, published 1912. This is the piano Colin learned to play on, his mama too. It's the piano Colin used on MJ Lenderman's self-titled album. Maybe you know this and maybe you don't, but Colin Miller engineered and produced MJ Lenderman's self-titled album and his latest: Boat Songs. He engineered and produced Wednesday's I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone and Indigo de Souza's I Love My Mom too.

In recording, Colin's always using the room as an instrument. But with Haw Creek, Colin uses the whole place. Capturing moments in sound and then expanding or contracting them. A skink slinks under the steps, cowing birds keep you from sleep, echos bleed into each other, the refrain pedal is pushed to the floor. Erosion of the self, creating a space for discovery. Exploring known and unknown memory. Manipulating time and distance[...]"

Artist: Colin Miller

Label: Ruination Record Co.

This is a cassette released by Colin Miller, a bedroom folk writer from North Carolina, USA, on the New York indie pop label Ruination in September 2023.

Contains 10 songs ranging from indie country folk to lo-fi bedroom folk. DL code included. Out of print.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Ruination Record Co. releases available at Tobira.

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Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case. 

Tracklist:

  1. Sweetheartmetalbaby 03:47
  2. Don't Love You No More 04:10
  3. Never Wanna 03:04
  4. Paper Roof 04:19
  5. Just To Be Around You 03:43
  6. Gap 03:48
  7. Off The Mountain 04:11
  8. If Yer Dreamin’ 03:02
  9. Fallin 04:52
  10. Nosebleeds 05:18

Text excerpt by  Ashleigh Bryant Phillips via the label:

"[...] Haw Creek opens with a lullaby, Colin singing: No one ever dies. It's called “Sweetheartmetalbaby” and it's just Colin and his acoustic guitar. And then some strange unidentifiable swirling sound, and then backup singers humming in harmony, a mantra, a spell. The beat, like moth wings fluttering on the screen door, trying to get in.

Colin inherited his great-grandmother's pump organ. And his grandmother's piano. There's a worn-out paperback on it, duct-taped on the spine: Educational Vocal Studies by John D. Brunk, Mennonite Hymns, published 1912. This is the piano Colin learned to play on, his mama too. It's the piano Colin used on MJ Lenderman's self-titled album. Maybe you know this and maybe you don't, but Colin Miller engineered and produced MJ Lenderman's self-titled album and his latest: Boat Songs. He engineered and produced Wednesday's I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone and Indigo de Souza's I Love My Mom too.

In recording, Colin's always using the room as an instrument. But with Haw Creek, Colin uses the whole place. Capturing moments in sound and then expanding or contracting them. A skink slinks under the steps, cowing birds keep you from sleep, echos bleed into each other, the refrain pedal is pushed to the floor. Erosion of the self, creating a space for discovery. Exploring known and unknown memory. Manipulating time and distance[...]"

Artist: Colin Miller

Label: Ruination Record Co.