Archive for September, 2013

HOLYMAN.

Saturday, September 21st, 2013


I’m proud to announce the release of a new limited edition of HOLYMAN’s double album opus called Things We Can’t Untie. The record was recorded live in my living room, and has become one of my favorite pieces of music. I like to describe HOLYMAN as John Cage meets Mogwai with a pedal steel soloist.

Pat Foley, the composer behind the project, writes, “Things We Can’t Untie attempts to delve into the depths of self-consciousness and take the listener on a journey of realization. The ominous pedal steel melodies and roving-and-converging drum work drag you along, as if blind folded, toward some unknown destination, causing your mind to wander to the edges of possibility. The swirling banter can absorb you if you let it, and you can easily forget about the ghostly net created by the spare repetition of the guitar and bass, holding you afloat in a sea of thoughts.”

You can download the full album for free(or make a donation) on Pat’s Bandcamp page.

The double album features artwork by my dear friend Jeff Beebe made specially for this record and printed as a giclee on cotton rag paper. Every record comes with a small baggie of record off-cut from the session, 100 percent pure groove.

Currently we have one copy left. So if anyone wants to purchase the last available album email me at neverrecordsnewyork@gmail.com .

HOLYMAN Things We Can’t Untie is an edition of 10 with 2 artists proofs.
Musicians: Patrick Foley-Guitar, Alex Lambert-Drums, Tim Reardon-Bass, Philip Sterk-Pedal Steel

Special thanks to Jason Wyche for the photography.
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