1/30/16, 9PM (doors 8)


We are delighted to announce we will be headlining this year’s SeaProg Festival on June 4, 2017 at the Columbia City Theater in Seattle, Washington! We are planning a mini-tour of the Pacific Northwest for the original quintet (with Kate McLoughlin) in the days leading up to the festival, including a performance in

Eugene, OR with Mood Area 52 on 6/2

and in Portland with Mercury Tree on  6/3.

See our SHOWS page for details.

The Italian magazine ARLEQUINS recently

published a substantial INTERVIEW with

the entire band, readable in both English

and Italian. There are also several new (and very favorable!) reviews of our new album, REPETITIONS OF THE OLD CITY - I which you can access from our PRESS page. More interviews will be coming shortly.

A video for our song VIDEOS OF THE DEAD is currently underway, helmed by Jordan. More on this soon...

REPETITIONS OF THE OLD CITY - II is well into the overdubbing and mixing stage, but the process is slow and painstaking (read: it’s not close to ready yet). Although most of the music is drawn from the same sessions as REPETITIONS I, recorded by the original quintet (Damon Waitkus, Emily Packard, Jason Hoopes, Kate McLoughlin, and Jordan Glenn), our newest members, saxophonist Ivor Holloway and singer Thea Kelley, are also making significant contributions to the album, along with a handful of guests. It’s a big, beautiful production--hopefully we’ll have something for you by the end of the year.

RELATED PROJECTS not to be missed:

Edgetone Records has just released MINDLESS THING, a new album documenting the collaboration between Jordan Glenn (composer, percussion) and poet/sage Jim Ryan (spoken word, flute), backed by a one-of-a-kind ensemble also featuring Karl Evangelista (guitar), Damon Waitkus (hammer dulcimer), Robert Lopez (vibes/percussion), and Michael Coleman (piano).

Jason Hoopes’ dark pop trio PERFECT LOSS, featuring Jason (vocals, bass), Noah Phillips (guitar), and Karl Jensen (drums) just released a powerful third EP, FUNERAL MUSIC.