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JM Airis

Originally from Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Airis's recordings have remained rooted in a four-track forever ethos, both in composition and sound as he's migrated East for the past decade. Dedicating himself to experimenting with available recording gear, he continued focusing on mastering analog tape machines when others had gone digital, giving his catalogue a distinct ancestral flavor unwaveringly devoted to his own sculpted sense of Americana. Upon his arrival in New York City, Airis began building a recording studio in an industrial era textile factory in Brooklyn. Indian Summer tastefully explores song layers in the variety of the warehouse's sound rooms, lending an unusual honesty to his work and highlighting location as more player than muse. From the outset the record is overtly a man alone in his music, surrounded by millions in one of the largest modern cities.

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Thursday, March 17