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Music is a big influence to us here at Two Dollar Radio. There's usually always music playing in Corporate Headquarters. So it should come as no surprise that a couple of us are musical.

On August 19, Brett's band—Emily and the Complexes—releases their second album, 'Baby, Get to It Before the Heartbreak.' A couple weeks ago they released the first single, the eminently danceable and koozie-sweating track, "What Good is Summer."

Also, Mike Shiflet—who works with us in movie production, who is responsible for the beautiful cinematography and haunting soundtrack of our feature film The Removals, has a new tape out with Scioto Records. Titled 'Abstracting Grace,' I imagine Shiflet's earwax-removing sonic distortion could perhaps be even more far out on tape.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 14 July, 2016 New Muzak, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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