Inaugural release from the musician’s new indie label;
CMJ showcase announced too.
By Blurt Staff
previously brought you details on the recently launched Terrible Records label,
Formed by Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear, and Ethan Silverman of Lust Boys. Now
comes word of the Terrible first release, CANT, out today. CANT is the title of Taylor’s first solo release, “Ghosts,” and is coupled
with a previously unreleased song recorded by Arthur Russell in the late ’70’s, called “Come To Life”
(courtesy of Audika Records).
CANT is the first in a series of 7-inches recorded at Terrible Studios. The series will
continue with songs produced by Taylor, recorded
at his church-studio in Brooklyn where Taylor
produced much of the latest Grizzly Bear record, Veckatimist. The CANT 7-inch release is limited to 1000 copies and is out today, available at the
label’s website and select retailers.
In conjunction with its first release, Terrible Records is offering a
free mp3 download of Taylor’s
track “Ghosts” for a limited time. You can nab it here:
have also announced their CMJ Showcase
in NYC at Pianos on Friday, Oct. 23rd. On the billwill be
Ungdomskulen, Spleen UTD, Class Actress, Acrylics, Blood Orange, Little Girls
and Arms. (Hey, there’s already a band called the Blood Oranges, somebody let
those goobers know about this…)
of the Acrylics, the next release for Terrible will be the Taylor-produced
5-song, 10″ EP from that NYC group on October 28th, entitled All of the