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  • the geese – u.s. passport virgin islands – roll over rover

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    New project from Josiah Wolfson and Sean McCann. Recorded in Josiah’s livingroom upon Sean’s debut arrival to New York last spring. The strangest Rover release so far. Two old friends laying eggs together. Limited to 100 copies, Color covers with inserts and audio download link.
    -ror


  • sean mccann – open resolve – roll over rover

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    Reissue of a cassette released at the beginning of this year on Stunned Records. Follow up to Sean’s first LP on DNT. Remastered for optimal CD experience. “…lush, glittering synths with an effected viola undertow swirling below…It’s pretty goddam fucking good!” – auxiliary out.


  • sean mccann – sincere world – amethyst sunset

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    coloured vinyl available upon request.
    “Listening to new work from Sean McCann is always an exciting prospect. Go far back into this young pioneer’s catalog and you’ll without a doubt uncover a collection of music as diverse as it is long. What you may also notice is the consistency with which Sean portrays himself.
    His music is always fearless, frank and personal. Sincere World is another turn toward Sean’s signature earnestness. Open Resolve and The Capital, both cleverly laced with swirling filter manipulation and confounding superimposition of manic and sloth-like compositions, exposed us to a more playful side of McCann’s persona.
    These works are on the surface a bit zany, but deeper down they still maintain a charming character—something that draws the listener in magically. Sincere World is the somber younger brother to these two. Sincere World is adrift on Badalamenti-like lethargy, skeptical of the world around and unsure of what to do about it.
    But despite his bashfulness, he is every bit as charming and perhaps even more so, for there are no rough edges on him. In six movements, Sean takes us from under the bed to behind the bleachers and finally, to the bottom of the sea. Recorded mostly in 2009,
    Sincere World has after two years in hiding, finally mustered the audacity to come out into the open. This is the world Sean McCann lives in, and I want to do everything I can to live there too.” – Michael Jantz
    vinyl version is limited to 380 copies.


  • vanity fair – recital

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    Greetings, here we have Recital’s inaugural release, “Vanity Fair,” Sean McCann & Matthew Sullivan’s debut collaboration album. A fitting introduction to the ethos of Recital; the desire to turn a new page, to more accurately project what is significant and engaging in contemporary music.

    Matt and I had often talked about collaborating, as our musical understandings and interests align. Both drawn to minimalism and graceful ambience, we would trade tidbits and slivers of ideas casually over coffee or wine. For the better part of a year, we procrastinated our theoretical project, which in retrospect allowed our ideas to ferment. So when it actually came time to pop the cork and record, everything fell right into place.

    What manifested in the studio was lush and enchanting. The pieces are quite varied, and range from the majestic to the tormented, occasionally synthesizing an almost humorous blend of the two. Presenting a manipulated animal and glockenspiel march, a chamber string and glass rhapsody, and a somber harp and phone ballad – it challenges the listener and expresses the development of both acclaimed artists. It is a timeless, refined effort, that both Matt and I are very proud of.
    -Sean McCann / Recital January 2012



  • 1958-2009 – amethyst sunset

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    Amethyst Sunset is extremely proud to present the final document produced by 1958-2009. Matthew Sullivan (Earn/Ekhein) and Alex Twomey (Mirror to Mirror /Jugular Forest) provide us with the most beautiful guitar/synth ballads recorded on the one year anniversary of the death of the King of Pop. All brand new material and not released on any of the previously released cassettes. Limited to 350 copies on black vinyl