♥ We’d like to send a warm thanks to Jeremy Snyder for helping us record and master this album. Stephen Masi for recording some guitar on White Ring and letting us use his van for the trek to North Carolina, Rebecca Limeburg for singing on Blacked Out and White Ring, Lina Hsiao for her beautiful artwork, and to all of you for listening. ♥
“For their evocative and layered dream pop sound, New Jersey’s Vows write expansive minor chords with major appeal. Culled from their current, self-recorded album “Winter’s Grave” the band’s Mixed Tape contribution suggest a harmonious conspiracy far beyond their relatively short time together. Comfortable on the shoulders of giants, the Vows respectfully acknowledge the grand masters and songwriters of the 1960s and 1970s, spinning new sounds into contemporary classics. Combined with carnival-esque face paint and outlandish costumes this has already won them two key nominations at the Elephant Talk Indie Music Magazine Awards.”
Recently The Leon Hart Life caught up with CMMC artist Vows at a basement session, hiking all the way up from Baltimore. A huge thanks to them for their great work, of which you can find more on their site Czardio.com. Now, check out this two part couch interview and live session of Parallel off the bands’ debut album, Winter’s Grave.
Check out this incredible album “House of Corners” by our good friend, Secret Pockets. It was recorded from 2009-2010 and subsequently shelved for a while, until now. Secret Pockets is playing newer stuff live these days and recording a new record. Check it out!