Raised by Gypsies : Heavy Boots Interview
Rachael Perisho of Heavy Boots / mumbledust did an interview for Raised by Gypsies about her solo EP ‘In All The Ways That I Am Small.’ Go find out about her choice for a name, opinions on hooves vs boots, and how she came to include a lock of her hair in each tape release.
Purchase a tape: http://music.furioushooves.com/album/in-all-the-ways-that-i-am-small
7:34 pm • 5 March 2014 • 3 notes
savannah blogs & newspapers highlight stopover label showcases
There are a few writeups highlighting the 3 label showcases happening at this year’s Savannah Stopover festival: Retro Futurist, Soft Science Records & Furious Hooves.
"Furious Hooves is known not only for their musicians, but also for their limited and handmade pressings, which will be sure…
9:12 am • 4 March 2014 • 2 notes
Rachael Perisho (of mumbledust) aka Heavy Boots has her debut EP, In All The Ways That I Am Small, coming out on limited cassette/digital download on February 4, 2014.
8:16 pm • 22 January 2014 • 7 notes
We’re as stoked as Randy Brown on this layup for our very first label showcase happening this March at Savannah Stopover! Anteo, Bedroom, Blackrune, Hallucinex and mumbledust are all playing. -FURHOOF
5:54 pm • 11 January 2014 • 5 notes
I’ll be playing with these two rad doods this Friday at Graveface Records & Curiosities. PM Goerner (of Blackrune) and myself (of mumbledust) will do a short ambient set as Black Dust. Check it out 7pm. RSVP: here.
6:11 pm • 7 January 2014 • 8 notes
Last day of 2013 Surprise! Debut EP Jeff from Virginia lo-fi basementgazer Tired Moth.
Tired Moth writes/records the majority of his music in the basement/attic of his 1950s post-war home. If it’s not done there then it’s during his night shift at a nearby roadside hotel.
Go pay-what-you-want for Jeff and have a safe NYE.
9:05 pm • 1 January 2014 • 1 note
hissing lawns: mumbledust releases new ep just in time for a lonely, quiet christmas.
Thanks Bill from hissing lawns for this writeup.
I don’t know if you’ll hear any carolers singing the tracks, but they sure feel more honest than the usual Christmas platitudes …
Click the link above to read more.
11:28 am • 30 December 2013 • 3 notes