Geographer in CMJ
Posted on March 27th, 2009 at 1:43 pm by Brian

We got a great write up in CMJ.  Check it Out here

Geographer @ DNA Lounge w/ Alaska In Winter
Posted on March 11th, 2009 at 3:55 pm by Brian

Check out the awesome line up on March 29th @ DNA Lounge in San Francisco.  Purchase advance tickets here!  It is going to be an awesome night of electronic indie rock, so bring your friends and we’ll see you there!

Alaska In Winter
Alaska In Winter came about when art student Brandon Bethancourt spent a semester recording music in an isolated cabin on the south coast of Alaska. Upon arrival back in New Mexico, he teamed up with Zach Condon of Beirut, Heather Trost of A Hack and a Hacksaw (a Neutral Milk Hotel side-project), and Rosina Roybal (who played viola in the Kanye West symphony) and thus finished the album Dance Party in the Balkans.

Spin – Artist of the Day
“Globetrotting, laptop-totting electro-nerd melds experiences on excellent new album…”
:What? Not only is Alaska in Winter more deserving of the title “maverick” than its eponymous state’s governor, the electronic project is also far more versed in foreign policy. Dance Party in the Balkans, the group’s 2007 debut, married robotic cadence with traditional Eastern European tones, fleshed out by dramatic strings and emotive vocals from frontman/Grand Poobah Brandon Bethancourt. This month’s follow-up, Holiday, takes a trip
to Berlin — and in AIW’s Germany, life is a cabaret.”


Intermission is a San Francisco/Oakland based duo formed in 2005 consisting of Piper Lewine (boyskout) on lead vocals, bass, keys, and noise and Skot Brown  (phantom limbs, black ice) on backing vocals, guitar, keys, and noise. Currently they are in the studio recording there full length album “Music To Exit To.”


After a series of family tragedies, Geographer founder Michael Deni moved to San Francisco, where he spent the next several months with a synthesizer he found on the street turning the emotions that drove him from home into the rich, heart-pounding epics that comprise the band’s debut, “Innocent Ghosts.”  After a packed album release party at San Francisco’s landmark Cafe du Nord that included members of Bright Eyes, and the privilege of being voted one of three “Undiscovered Bands You Need To Hear Now” by SPIN, Geographer is poised on the brink of becoming one of the most exciting newcomers in Indie music.

Check out Perkins Network!
Posted on March 10th, 2009 at 8:12 am by Brian

Here are some really cool iPhone apps from Perkins Network.  Check them out here!

0mnis0und Mixing next EP
Posted on March 5th, 2009 at 5:31 pm by Brian

0mnis0und will be mixing the upcoming EP this month.  Look for it by the end of April.  Its going to be awesome.

In the meantime, visit 0mnis0und’s myspace, CD Baby, or iTunes to purchase the critically acclaimed “ISFIM”.

Thanks for your support!