Madeline – Tour EP

In the summer of 2008, Orange Twin Records artist Madeline toured the Pacific Northwest with friends Clyde Peterson (Yr Heart Breaks) and Karl Blau (solo artist, Mt. Eerie, Little Wings, D+).  While hanging out in Anacordes, Washington they dropped by a local artist collective called The Department of Safety to play around in Kevin Erickson’s studio. Friends like Phil Elverum (Mt. Eerie) and Gus Franklin (Architecture in Helsinki) dropped in and out of the studio all night to play along on drums, guitars, horns and casio keys. The resulting Tour EP has all the low-fi charm you would expect from a k-records style production, which works as an amazing juxtaposition to Madeline’s bell-voiced love songs.

Madeline – I Waited All Day

The EP was originally burned on CDR and sold exclusively at live shows. Orange Twin is now releasing “Tour EP” digitally as well as on vinyl seven inch in March of 2010, just in time for Madeline and the White Flag Band’s tour of the Southeast and Southwest. It’s the first release to drop from Madeline since her critically acclaimed 2008 full-length album “White Flag.”

~ by castleqwayr on February 27, 2010.

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