Slack Capital 2

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  • Pre-order of Slack Capital 2. You get 27 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
    releases April 14, 2017

     $7 USD  or more

     

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    Comes in a beautiful and sturdy digipak case, with artwork by Quimvaa.

    Includes digital pre-order of Slack Capital 2. You get 27 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
    digital album releases April 14, 2017
    item ships out within 5 days

     $10 USD or more

     

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about

Slack Capital 2 is a compilation of 27 new songs by 27 of Austin's best and brightest bands. 100% of proceeds are going to SafePlace, an organization which provides resources to those affected by sexual and domestic violence.

From the neurotic synth-pop of Daniel Francis Doyle & The Dreams to the personal-is-political folk of Jana Horn to the existential joke midwestern country of Croy and the Boys, Slack Capital 2 is a rich local document, a testament to the variety and vitality of Austin music today. There's something really cool about having the brain exploding synth pop of Slugbug give way to the crisp indie rock songwriting of Ama, only to dive into the corroded crust-pop of Ian McKinney. Thor & Friends contributes a thoughtful instrumental, Oozer gives Daniel Johnston-esque songwriting the sludge punk treatment, and Quin Galavis contributes a deeply sincere, slow-building, finely crafted ballad. Mom Jeans wipes the smirk off misogynistic bros with laid-back ease, and John Wesley Coleman III does an Elliott Smith-meets-David Lynch bedtime story. Slack Capital 2 is a rare thing: an hour-and-a-half of music that consistently surprises and entertains.

We are currently spotlighting one song per day until the album's release on April 14, which will be celebrated with a release party at Barracuda. Fans can pre-order the album as a digital download ($7) or a compact disc ($10) at the Austin Town Hall Records Bandcamp page.

Thank you for supporting SafePlace, and thank you for supporting the music of Austin.

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releases April 14, 2017

Art by Steffany Bankenbusch.

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