180 gram vinyl.
Limited to 200.
Mastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri
Art, layout and design by Daniel Murphy
Bless whatever cosmic winds brought together this split between NYC guitarist and composer Ezra Feinberg and multi-instrumentalist John Kolodij. Traveling deep blue highways of the mind, their split LP opens up the stunning vistas that link these two artists in sound and texture. Their compositions offer an immersive headphone record that pairs rich guitar work – thick with droning overtones or riding heavy with in-the-red distortion – with bucolic woodwinds, brass, piano, strings and electronic processing. An album that finds both artists at peak form.
Ezra Feinberg is a guitarist, composer, and psychoanalyst living in Jackson Heights, NY. Feinberg was the founding member of the San Francisco psychedelic rock collective Citay, releasing albums on Important Records and Dead Oceans throughout the 2000s. As a solo artist, Feinberg has performed and toured near and far with Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Steve Gunn, Alexander Turnquist, Cruel Diagonals, Daniel Carter, Jonas Reinhardt, Christopher Tignor, Kath Bloom, Robbie Lee, High Aura’d, Glasser, Ava Mendoza, Buck Curran, Real Estate, and many others, and has ongoing studio collaborations with Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Arp.
The multi-instrumentalist composer John Kolodij has been releasing music under the moniker High Aura’d for the past decade. He’s released albums on TYPE Records, Whited Sepulchre, Unifactor, Debacle Records, & Bathetic which have garnered accolades from The Wire, Pitchfork, NPR and Tiny Mix Tapes.High aura’d has shared the stage with Loren Connors, Charlemagne Palestine, Susan Alcorn, Barn Owl, Angel Olsen, The Body, Deaf Center, Mary Halvorson, Scott Tuma, among many others. Collaborations with Angel Olsen, Jon Mueller, & Mike Shiftet, Andre Foisy/Locrian, & JohnTwells/Xela.