||Uterus & Fire CD (1999) |
Aaron Hartman CD discography If minimalist punk group Flipper had incorporated the excesses of Pere Ubu, then created a hybrid of the Cramps' Lux Interior and the Make Up' s Ian Svenonius to sing vocals, this Old Time Relijun album ...
||Down with Liberty... Up with Chains! CD (2009) |
Aaron Hartman discography A supergroup featuring former Nation Of Ulysses/Make-Up frontman Ian Svenonious, Beat Happening/Dub Narcotic Soundystem's Calvin Johnson, and assorted K Record roster members, Chain And The Gang is a ramshackle commentary on rock & roll, politics, and ...
||Girls in Trouble CD (2009) |
Aaron Hartman albums Ambitious concept albums can, in some cases, become too ambitious for their own good. But this self-titled release by the East Coast folk-rock/adult alternative group Girls in Trouble is a perfect example of a concept album ...
||Lost Light CD (2004) |
Aaron Hartman songs A little angst goes a long way, and in Arrington DeDionyso's case, he got a whole career out of it. It would be foolish to expect him to be mellowing out after more than a decade ...
||Catharsis In Crisis CD (2007) |
Aaron Hartman music CDs Recalling the feral energy of anything-goes revivalists like Pussy Galore, the Make-Up, and Brother JT, Old Time Relijun seemed to decry the rest of the indie-rock world circa 2007 as pasty-faced, all too full of itself, ...
||Witchcraft Rebellion CD (2001) |
Aaron Hartman CD discography Witchcraft Rebellion is easily the most consistent release to date from this raucous, ramshackle trio led by Arrington DeDionyso and featuring the Microphones' Phil Elvrum on drums (who, by the way, is an excellent drummer; he's ...
||Constellation CD (2002) |
Aaron Hartman albums Live Recording
Recording information: ABC House; Yoyo Recordings.
Photographer: Tae Won Yu.
Personnel: Rebecca Pearcy (vocals, acoustic & electric guitar, piano, bells); Kevin Suggs (pedal steel guitar); Nora Danielson (violin); James Beaton (keyboards); Aaron Hartman (upright bass); Chris Sutton ...
||Malaikat Dan Singa CD (2009) |
Aaron Hartman discography Washington state-based multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Arrington DeDionyso has a penchant for merging the constants of rock music with the vagaries of ethnic elements. In a gibberish-sounding vocal dialect that approaches Esperanto and Spanish, but is actually ...
||Half You Half Me CD (2011) |
Aaron Hartman CD discography Recording information: Vacation Island, Brooklyn, NY.
Arranger: Alicia Jo Rabins.
Personnel: Alicia Jo Rabins (vocals, violin, viola); Colette Alexander (cello); Jonathan Vincent (accordion); Curtis Hasselbring (trombone); Aaron Hartman (upright bass, electric bass); David Freeman (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Matt ...
||2012 CD (2005) |
Aaron Hartman music CDs The consistently jittery, jarring tone of 2012 is both consistent with Old Time Relijun's past releases, and not something that will be everyone's cup of tea, so consciously does it strive for an unsettled groove. Still, ...
||C'mon Miracle CD (2004) |
Aaron Hartman songs A much quieter and more thoughtful album than any of her previous releases, Mirah's C'Mon Miracle doesn't grab the listener by the ears and boldly proclaim its greatness the way that her last album, Advisory Committee, ...
||Girls on Dates Vinyl LP (1999) |
Aaron Hartman albums IQU's Girls on Dates EP is a frightening mix of squealing low-fi electronics and broken verbal communication. Complimenting IQU's explosive haze is an hilarious and chilling spoken-word performance by punk poet and filmmaker Miranda July. Though ...
||Slickaphonics CD (1999) |
Aaron Hartman music CDs The album title is only a little sarcastic. Dispensing with the "two men and a tape machine" noise experimentalism of their 1997 debut This Is Our Message, Justin Trosper and Brandt Sandeno add four musicians from ...
||Girls On Dates E.P. CD (1999) |
Aaron Hartman discography IQU's Girls on Dates EP is a frightening mix of squealing low-fi electronics and broken verbal communication. Complimenting IQU's explosive haze is an hilarious and chilling spoken-word performance by punk poet and filmmaker Miranda July. Though ...