Onyx Koan | Burn It Slow EP

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Burn It Slow EP

by Onyx Koan

First official EP by a young Wisconsin man with a dream.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Night People
3:36 $1.25
2. Burn It Slow
3:13 $1.25
3. Strings That Never Stay
3:55 $1.25
4. Lookin' for Relief
2:49 $1.25
5. Lost in Heaven
2:52 $1.25
6. Forever Ending
3:23 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Onyx Koan is the artist name of singer/songwriter Mark Hubing who has been writing and performing vagabond-style since 1997. Different groups and performances have risen and fallen for this now thirty-five year old Wisconsin native. This winter, however, Onyx Koan will be releasing both his first official 6-song solo EP which he recorded September 8th, 2018 with the help of sound engineer Jesse Hanson in Chicago, IL as well as his first official music video for his song Burn it Slow which was filmed by Jake Neuman in October 2018 in Hartford, WI.
Hubing is a person of introspection and has many cultural interests and concerns. This is reflected in his folky songwriting which can range from the delicate to the deranged but is largely universal in approach. His lyrics are generated with a world mindset while still allowing for the display of something intensely personal as his magnetic acoustic guitar rhythms form an intriguing marriage to his lyrical pendulums.
Zooming into topics of love, loss, government, and existentialism, Hubing’s gravelly baritone spins metaphors into familiar wraps that are more easily worn than discarded. Depending on which show you catch or what track you skip to, you might discover a fictitious bystander account of the night Bob Marley was shot, a poised and dark lament of a crippling broken relationship, or the manic remains of attempts to unveil the known reality. Either way, you’re about to be knee-deep in the uncommon and still feel right at home.
The Burn it Slow EP is Hubing’s first official release which boasts six songs that summarize the current range of genre and unique style of his songwriting portfolio thus far.



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