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Rock: Lo-Fi Rock: Folk Rock Moods: Mood: Brooding
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by Jack Harlan

Born from the DIY vortex underground with a bottle up and explode mentality,
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Down To the River
6:28 $1.29
2. Burning Star
5:22 $1.29
3. Wrestling With Cain
3:39 $1.29
4. Ain't No Satisfaction
4:00 $1.29
5. Devil's Bed
5:43 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Born from a DIY vortex with a bottle up and explode mentality, these roots inspired spiritual southern space rock offerings showcase Jack Harlan at his gritty best. Created collaboratively with artist Jonathan Anderson in the early days of his studio work, these songs are built on the exploration of experimental sounds with expansive finishes.

A bit more about this album from Jack Harlan:

In the fall of 2000, I retreated into the vortex underground with a bottle up and exploded mentality in recording a bunch of new songs. I had just finished college and had from what I can remember some pretty crazy late night prowess that also fuelled my ambitions. It was a dark time for me. I was burning for some way to find what truly would make me content, although at the time I was way too intense and reckless to know what was good for me. Much like the other songs, Burning Star was of that desperation. Built with myself and co-creator Jonathan Anderson, this was in the early days of his studio work and we just went for it with whatever tools we had. All I remember is that my headphones were so loud that the sound was bleeding into the vocal track that I was laying down. I always come back to these recordings, they inspire me to keep trucking, to be reminded that something can come from nothing. That it makes no difference what you have done, it is the passion and drive from the dirt and disappointment where you pick yourself up and do great work full of conviction. Around this time (so foggy, but in those days, let’s just say good reason to be) I was also in the weeds of big recording contract with Nettwerk Records working on Carnival of Mystery… long story short, I never really gave Scintilla what it needed. Excited to be finally releasing it almost 18 years later.



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