High St. Collective | Art District - EP

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Art District - EP

by High St. Collective

A synthesis of indie-pop and folk-bluegrass stylings engulfs you in catchy sounds both familiar and fresh.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
High St. Collective is an energetic folk-rock group led by songwriters Mike Otepka and Chris Meyer. Synthesizing indie-pop with folk-bluegrass stylings, their sound is both familiar and fresh.

Brought together through neighborhood connections and serendipity their undeniable chemistry shines during live performances but is also readily heard in studio recordings.

Their folk, blues, jazz, and reggae influences culminate to offer fans a unique Colorado sound. The members of High St. Collective come from varying backgrounds of musical influence. This imparts unique and sometimes surprising originality to their compositions.

Art District EP is the debut album of the band recorded in the Santa Fe Art District in Denver, CO by producer/engineer Joe Richmond. The goal of the production was to capture the raw chemistry the band exhibits in live performances while creating a polished, full sound.

The album offers strong songwriting supported by driving acoustic guitar paired with mandolin and fiddle melodies that are rounded out by electric lead guitar and groovy bass lines. This combines to create catchy hooks and memorable choruses that lend the album to a place on your repeat list.

The name of the band is inspired by the practice space on High Street in which they first played together and is an homage to their home town's influence on the group and their music.

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