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DEAD HEART BLOOM: State of Mind (EP)

Dead Heart Bloom’s “State of Mind” recent single “Lost In A Dream” with 3 brand new tracks that explore broken hearts, future dreams and the interior spaces of time and place. Musically shifting between guitar effect-laden bursts, merciful piano ballads and subtle electronic psychedelics, the EP places the band firmly, as one reviewer maintains, “between the Beatles and ‘The Bends’”.


LIVE FOOTAGE: Two Bedroom Flat

“Two Bedroom Flat” is a guided tour of avant electro taking the listener across moods and scenes and creating aural landscapes by building beats, atmospheres and fashioning unexplored sonic spaces.


Tiger Mountain returns with “Structures”, a beat-heavy 5 track offering that couples a healthy dose of 4-on-the-floor with more cerebral listening experiences.


BORIS SKALSKY: Forever and a Day

Forever and a Day is a five song acoustic record written and conceived as a duet between Boris Skalsky and New York based singer-songwriter Joy Dragland. Exploring themes of love and loss, the songs were written, recorded and produced in New York City.

Rubin Kodheli: Escape

New York City-based cellist and experimental composer Rubin Kodheli’s latest solo work “Escape” is a 3 part suite for cello that takes the listener on a journey through the twisted cycle of expectations and escape mechanisms via Kodheli’s cello, live looping and effects.



In 2016 Tiger Mountain scored the music for a solo exhibition titled Moving/Still by New York based photographer and visual artist Michelle Repiso. The film, and the music that Tiger Mountain created to accompany it, are dream-like and ambiguous, like a distant memory. The work was first exhibited in New York City in April 2016 with Tiger Mountain providing live accompaniment. This EP features four pieces from the score.

BOB OXBLOOD: Trash Mansion

Bob Oxblood has again partnered with Ephemeral Arts to release his latest single “Trash Mansion”, a summery reflection of laid back heady days shored up with textural guitars, affecting synths and Oxblood’s characteristically winsome vocals. A lighter side of the Brooklyn-based singer songwriter that walks the fine line between inertia and apathy, anchored by looping acoustic chords against steady piano and drums.



Dead Heart Bloom returns with a spiraling riff-heavy psychedelic track with a "great big glam rock stomp on it" and "guitars in many different colors." Featured in the CBS show "Criminal Minds".