Honey

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Vesuvius This truly is a listening experience. I can easily get lost while in this cuz every track seems to bring me to another state of mind with whirling beauty and cascading sound. I highly recommend this.

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Released on nulogic netlabel: nulogicnetlabel.com

Honey is the amalgam of the past year in many forms. I've found myself entering new chapters in my life with my college education wrapping up, and as a result I've begun to take things slower, focusing in on the details of my life and expressing them musically.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I had making it!

credits

released September 16, 2014

All tracks written, performed, and produced by Connor Etges, with help and moral support from Doug Pender.

Album artwork beautifully done by Justin Morris: jmoillo.com

Special thanks to Tom Collins, Colin Delagy, Warren Georgia, Casey LaLonde, Jude Luer, Xander Shabe, Evan Vujovich, Daniel Walter, and everyone else who helped me along the way!

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Philomela Boulder, Colorado

Philomela is the musical moniker for Colorado-based electronic musician Connor Etges. Experimenting with music production since 2008, Etges has solidified a style that combines electronic beats, found sound, and personal recordings. The end result is a dreamy amalgam of ambient and electronic music, while still retaining Etges' pop roots. ... more

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Track Name: Philomela
They do speak from underneath,
such a creature unwilling to comply.
Bones are bare and I can see those teeth,
the one's, they throw the fire.

If I throw another meager fist,
it becomes the same thing I am
trying to rid the speaker of.
The cloth, the tongue, the fire.
Track Name: Book
I read a book in a place that I could call home.