Cassette tape collage mixes with dance beats and ambient-noise soundscapes, all under the guise of indie folk music. Not adhering to any genre, this is an album as experimental as it is catchy.
Released on Yoyo Records.
Recorded and produced by Evan Hashi at Bellhead Studios in Olympia, Wa.
Mastered by Pat Maley at Yoyo Studios in Olympia, Wa.
Written by Joshua James Amberson and Alexis Wolf
Featuring the talents of Derek M. Johnson, Evan Hashi, Chask'e Lindgren, Nahal Ghoghaie, Lily Maring & Zanadine, Kieran Harrison-Buhlinger, H.D., Geph Shannon, and Amina Foxdye.
Album title adapted from the wit and witticisms of Danielle Rodeo Warhola
Photos by Alexis Wolf
Design by Eric Sarai
“Like a telegram or that rare personal letter in the mailbox, this band is something to take in, digest and treasure.” -Performer Magazine
“Letters have put together an album that pays homage to their initial lo-fi folk-pop sound, yet adds elements of electro-pop throughout.” -Fensepost
Letters has been making music since 2007. Spanning from soft acoustics to harsh noise, Letters typically combines elements
of indie folk, electro, sound collage, and ambient noise to create the variety of sounds that call themselves Letters. It’s a music project, not a band. It’s different all the time....more