FREE DL: AM & Shawn Lee’s “Again And Again (I’CED Remix)”


Did you like the new album by AM & Shawn Lee Outlines? DID YOU, I SAID? Well good, for now there’s a new mix or I should say, a new remix for the song “Again And Again”. This one is done by I’CED and you can have a listen to his perspective

AM & Shawn Lee have some shows coming up, including one later this week in Seattle so head there and get into the groove like Madonna:
October 15… Seattle, WA (Crocodile)
October 20… San Francisco, CA (Rickshaw)
October 22… Los Angeles, CA (Mrs. Fish)
October 27… Chicago, IL (Schubas)
October 28… Brooklyn, NY (Knitting Factory)

SOME STUFFS: Future Loves Past waiting to offer debut album for the present

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Eric Palmer (vocals/bass/guitar), Tristan DeDe (guitar/keys/vocals), Sean Wintrow (keys/bass/vocals), Sarah Hibner (vocals/keys/percussion), and Enrique Naranjo (drums) are Future Loves Past, and this Arizona band (Tempe to be exact) are described as being “psychedelic soul-pop”, which sounds good to me. Some of you may be familiar with the band Indias, which featured Palmer and DeDe. When that fell apart, Future Loves Past came into fruition and three years after their inception, they will be releasing their debut album All The Luscious Plants on September 24th through Common Wall Media out of Phoenix.

The band have already given a preview of the forthcoming album when they released a split 7″ last month with Yellow Minute. The song was “Grow Up Tall”, and a video was made for it, which you may view below.

Future Loves Past – Grow Up Tall (Official Video) from Common Wall on Vimeo.

Before the release of the album, Future Loves Past will be hosting Lushfest, a 2-day music festival in Tempe at The Sail Inn on the weekend of September 13th and 14th. At least 20 bands are scheduled to perform at the event, including Wooden Indian, Snake! Snake! Snakes!, Banana Gun, Vial Of Sound, and some of the best bands Arizona has to offer. On top of that, there are plans to release All The Luscious Plants on vinyl through the President Gator label, and the hope is that it will feature a bonus track exclusive to the record.