Debacle announces late summer releases from High Aura’d and Aquarelle, because everyone knows late summer is Drone Season

Debacle announces late summer releases from High Aura'd and Aquarelle, because everyone knows late summer is Drone Season

Seattle’s OG noise/drone/American Primitive/psych boss label Debacle has already been turning up the heat this year, with stellar records from Camedor and Elkhorn. But the back half of 2017 is poised for a pair of equally steamy releases from the esteemed imprint: No River Long Enough Doesn’t Contain a Bend, from High Aura’d, and Leave Corners, the latest from Ryan Potts’ Aquarelle project.

Streaming below are a pair of brief tracks to get you “in the mood” for summer’s decline. High Aura’d brings out that drone/acoustic zing I so desperately need right now, while Aquarelle continues to amaze with melodic, blissful walls of sound. No River Long Enough Doesn’t Contain a Bend drops October 27 and Leave Corners on September 15. Mark your calendars, get those pre-orders in (here and here), just do whatever you need to do to remind yourself to cop these choice, drawling sounds. Chord changes? Who needs ‘em?

No River Long Enough Doesn’t Contain A Bend tracklisting:

01. Burnt Hills
02. Black Grasshopper
03. Turned Corners
04. All the Spirits That Dance
05. Remain in Light
06. Hodge’s Lament
07. Red West
08. Iridescent Grasshopper
09. Spivey Point
10. Red Rocks (feat. Angel Olsen)

Leave Corners tracklisting:

01. Open Absence pt. 1
02. Open Absence pt. 2
03. Cut Stone
04. Brass Logic
05. Intervals
06. The Horse Has Run

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