News Labels Temporary Residence Plans Trio Of Releases

Temporary Residence Plans Trio Of Releases

Posted June 30, 2007, 5:17 a.m. in Labels by Shane

Temporary Residence Limited will be releasing a trio of new albums on September 11th.

First up is a collection of EPs and other material from Japanese post-rock band Mono. The album, titled Gone, will feature their tracks from their EPs, Hey You, their split with Pelican, Memorie dal Futuro 10", and the Phoenix Tree EP which was part of Temporary Residence's Travels in Constants series.

Next is the debut full-length from Prints. The band consists of Kenseth Thibideau (Tarentel, Sleeping People, Pinback) and Zac Nelson (Who's Your Favorite Son God). The label describes the album as "Merging the eclectic instrumentation of Talking Heads with the etheral vocals of Peter Gabriel, the two mingle the precision of Brian Eno with the jubilance of Brian Wilson." Samples of three songs along with a full track can be found on their MySpace.

Last but not least will be a new single from Rob Crow (Pinback, Goblin Cock, The Ladies) titled Up. This is the second single from his full length released this year called Living Well.

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