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Marcia Bassett / Samara Lubelski - Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon album flac

  • Performer: Marcia Bassett
  • Album: Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon
  • FLAC: 1569 mb | MP3: 1660 mb
  • Released: 2012
  • Country: US
  • Style: Drone, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 219
Marcia Bassett / Samara Lubelski - Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon album flac


A September 12th - 2010, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY
B October 17th - 2010, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KYE 17 Marcia Bassett / Samara Lubelski Marcia Bassett / Samara Lubelski - Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon ‎(LP, Album) Kye KYE 17 US 2012

From 'Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon' LP (Kye) 2012.

Guitar – Marcia Bassett. Mixed By, Photography By, Recorded By – Barry Weisblat. Violin – Samara Lubelski.

Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon is the debut LP by the duo of Marcia Bassett and Samara Lubelski. Both musicians have played crucial roles in the development of underground sound over the last 20 years, tinting the broad waters of abstract folk, chromatic noise and long form drone, and cementing themselves as cornerstone artists in the process.

The album Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon was released as a duo with Marcia Bassett in 2012. A second duo record with Bassett, 110 Livingston S. was released in 2014 on Golden Lab Records. An eponymous album by Augenmusik, an offshoot project of Metabolismus, was released on cassette by Eiderdown in 2015. A solo record,The Gilded Raid, was released by Drawing Room Records in 2016.

Sunday Night, Sunday Afternoon. US. Kye. KYE 17. Release group information.

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This one oughta be intense. Posted: Thursday March 29 2012.

Live: Helen Rush, Samara Lubelski, And Marcia Bassett Play Quietly At The Stone. Tonic also had particular Sunday-night bookings, regularly serving up low-key transcendence from the crossroads of mellow and far-out. It was a good place from which to ramp out of a weekend while distracting your mind from the coming workweek, and the shows felt relaxed and special because they were often sparsely attended. In the same way, this Sunday night at the Stone felt both private and as open as walking through a doorway.

Feeding Tube US. Marcia Bassett/Samara Lubelski. Live NYC.