The Color Industry | Harvestman

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Harvestman

by The Color Industry

A dark, somewhat-experimental lo-fi/indie rock album with hints of ambient and goth.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. Apart
3:59 album only
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2. Waves
2:12 album only
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3. The Change
2:44 album only
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4. Gout
3:55 album only
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5. Long Drive
2:09 album only
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6. Iron Lung
5:17 album only
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7. Surf Song
2:16 album only
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8. Room
4:34 album only
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9. Floor Music
4:03 album only
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10. Human Being
2:58 album only
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11. Sequoia
5:20 album only
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12. Gum Ball
4:46 album only
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13. Sieve
2:32 album only
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14. How To Bend
5:08 album only
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15. Last Time
3:22 album only
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16. Something You Can Keep
4:59 album only
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17. Panorama
3:06 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Formed in 2007, the Color Industry are a lo-fi indie rock duo from Ithaca, New York. Their sophomore album, Harvestman, is a dark album that explores the band’s personal demons. Using a wide range of recording methods from 4-tracks, to toy tape recorders, to ambient room noise, Harvestman avoids classification by time and place. The sparse, sometimes desolate compositions highlight the central themes of separation, loneliness, addiction, abuse, death, and the acceptance of them.

Tragically, the album features the final songs/recordings of Collin Anderson, who was killed following a car accident in February of 2013.

Drawing from a variety of influences including Sebadoh and the Microphones, the Color Industry make music that is both lo-fi and intricate, relying upon and building their songs around spontaneous studio experimentation.

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