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New Website! New Distro Items!

New Website! New Distro Items!

FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2013
Hello! Welcome to our new website. It's been a while since we redecorated around these parts and figured Springtime was a good a time as any. We've also updated our distro page with some new items! The most current being the brand new long player by Plates of Cake entitled Teenage Evil, and the debut recording of PJ Glauberzon's new project Psychic Lines.

Everything Keeps Getting Brighter

Everything Keeps Getting Brighter

(Self-Released) PSYCHIC LINES - Everything Keeps Getting Brighter - LP: $13
Psychic Lines is the new project helmed by Phil Glauberzon (Illuminations) involving spinet pianos, toy instruments and cavernous rhythms. Hi-fi and lo-fi collide with pop shadows.

Cubicle Puppets

Cubicle Puppets

AHE-04 PJ GLAUBERZON - Cubicle Puppets - CDR: $6
Phil Glauberzon steps out from behind the piano of the band Illuminations, to present an album of kaleidoscopic proportions. PJ's debut is a homegrown batch of songs that could be thought of as a concept album. The songs unfold like miniature movies with scenes and characters that move between dream and reality. Similar in feeling to the mellow pop of Paul McCartney's Ram and the comical wit of Warren Zevon's Excitable Boy, Cubicle Puppets is musically diverse and fluid in execution, shifting from dreamy pop to wistful balladry.

PJ Glauberzon

PJ Glauberzon

PJ Glauberzon (aka Phil Glauberzon) is a songwriter with a penchant for baffling narratives and breezy song structures. He is both a talented multi-instrumentalist and clever songsmith. His musical tastes vary from upbeat skiffle tunes and vaudevillian pop to calypso music and bar room piano ballads. Conceptually, he is situated somewhere between Warren Zevon and Steely Dan, as he is fond of both irony and comedy in song, as well as musicianship and studio wizardry. Phil has been part of the AHE family since the beginning; he was a member of the band Illuminations, played organ and piano in the Prudence Teacup live band and has contributed to the Zachary Cale albums Walking Papers and Noise of Welcome.