Matt Stache | In Exile

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In Exile

by Matt Stache

Keyboard-driven progressive rock tempered with the raw tangibility of garage rock. An attempted musical catharsis from emotional exile.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dangerous Embrace
4:17 album only
2. Smoker's Drag / When the Smoke Clears
3:14 album only
3. All I'd Left to Live For / Moving On
4:55 album only
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Album Notes
Having been forever changed by The Happy Infinite project with Grey Revell's Roman Candles in Charlotte, NC, I returned to Tallahassee with new ideas to record. In that mode, this EP was recorded over the course of a year with some aspects planned and other aspects executed extemporaneously.

At the onset, this project initially served as a catharsis for a loss that I'd experienced early the previous year upon my return to my home town -- a place that despite the friendly faces and warm welcomes has still left me feeling a bit like I'm in exile.

Special thanks to the people who made this possible, provided support and input, and have kept me mostly sane this last year. In no particular order: Rob Tavaglione at Catalyst Recording, Caitlin Snead, Arial Reznik, Nate Louis, Aaron Rouby, Matt Burns, Lance Vanlewen, Jay Ziegler, Taylor Cehelnik, Roman Candles (Grey Revell, Rodney Wallin, Daniel Jackson), Stan Cocheo of Musical Conversations, The Feeling Ecstatic (Jeff, Christian, Eric), Jay Godin, Gordy Cox, The Nitro Groundshakers (Joe, John, Phil, David).

Additional thanks to my sales engineer at Sweetwater Audio Carson McClain, all the venues that hosted me or one of the numerous bands I've worked with this past year, the Tallahassee Roller Girls, and the bartenders at Waterworks (Ashley, Sierra, Carolyn, Abby) for letting drink me all the Campari.

Finally, I'd like to thank Rocky Cabagnot as I forgot to thank him on the Jackknife Barbers album Blood On The Ivories in 2013.

This recording was produced using synths from Arturia's V Collection, including Wurly, B-3, Stage 73, Arp 2600, and Mini 3. Additional synths include Viktor by Wolfgang Krumme.

Matt Stache - keyboards, bass, vocals
Nate Louis - drums
Aaron Rouby - guitar on "Dangerous Embrace"
Matt Burns - guitar on "When The Smoke Clears"



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