News Records A new Consumer album

A new Consumer album

Posted Sept. 15, 2019, 4:18 p.m. in Records by Loren
A new Consumer album

photo by Sam Nikitas

Consumer return with the new In Computers on Oct. 25 on The Flenser. The project, formed two years ago uses a variety of experimental sounds collected from analog and digital electronics.


The band features Tim Macuga (Have A Nice Life), and also Have a Nice Life’s live band members Myke Cameron (bass) and Rich Otero (drums, synths, programming), plus Joe Streeter (guitar/engineering).

In Computers Track Listing:

1. Spiritual Death
2. Massive Subsidies
3. The Mills
4. In Computers - Part I
5. In Computers - Part II
6. In Computers - Part III

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