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by Tapes & Tubes

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Cemetery 02:22
Lazy Again 03:37


Produced by Austin Potter.
Written by Austin Potter (BMI).

Maria Grigoryeva played violin.
Caleb Lopez played saxophone.
Marc Neibauer played piano.
Robert Rouse played drums.
State Charger played electronics.

Artwork by Thomas Clarke.

Here's what people have been saying about it...

"Hauntingly beautiful strings set the stage for “Cemetery,” the new single from Austin Potter, a.k.a. Tapes & Tubes. The song has an eerie, fall mix of bright sun and a chilly breeze, as the scene is laid out in deep spoken-word detail. That desolate, quiet stillness of an old small town, imagining the lives of those who have passed on in prose form as one takes a moment to remember those who may seem forgotten."

-The Deli

"Long, sparse, even sometimes errie, dream-like compositions, marked by whispered poetry, are the elements that make up the musical MO of Philadelphia artist Austin Potter, aka, Tapes and Tubes...In February, he released a three track EP, featuring the standout “Horse Trailer,” and just a couple of weeks ago the spectacular track, “Cemetery,” with angelic violins in the background of Tapes and Tubes’ newest poem."

-Indie Rock Cafe


released November 19, 2018


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