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Good on ya Upstate New York



Mike Shiflet ambient drone musician and cinematographer and composer at Two Dollar Radio Moving Pictures

We're going to be releasing an early first trailer for The Removals next week. The gentleman who works with us on film development, does the cinematography and provides the soundtrack not only for The Removals, but also for our first feature, I'm Not Patrick, is a tall drink of water named Mike Shiflet.

Shiflet has had his experimental ambient drone rock praised by the likes of NPR and Pitchfork, and is on mini-tour this long weekend in upstate New York.

This afternoon, Shiflet is performing live on WAYO FM Radio Show in Rochester. You can stream the show here. Tomorrow night he's performing in Ithaca at Sacred Root with the Philly band Obody.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 15 January, 2016 I'm Not Patrick, Mike Shiflet, The Removals | 0 comments
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