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I’m proud to be part of this project organized by Olyvia Jaxyn, whose music I love! It will fund access to technology for those who typically face discrimination, which is important to consider while we fight for net neutrality! I also love that this compilation will help us reflect on our relationship to technology. MORE […]
It was an awesome show last week with Mirror Fears, Church Fire, and Cop Circles! It was great to see them live. They are all amazing bands that you should check out! Thank y’all for being there! Thank you Williamson Magnetic!! Here are pictures. Thank you Martin Lopez for taking the much clearer pictures of […]
Glassmen is experimental indie rock with a blend of guitar, organ pedals, drums, and vibrato that is jarring, fragile, sharp, and sometimes spooky. Sarah Jennings Evans started Glassmen in 2012 after being diagnosed with a rare joint condition that left her unable to use her arms. She created music with voice, organ pedals, and loops of old recordings. Guitar came back as her arms recovered. Meanwhile, multi-instrumentalist Vivian Lin (TUO TUO) kept busy playing in other people’s side projects (The Party Drug, The Divine Hammers), but was looking for a musical home. She joined Glassmen in 2015 to add drums and vocals.
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