Debut EP from Jim Jarmusch's SQURL out now via ATP Recordings

Tuesday 21st May, 2013

DEBUT UP FROM JIM JARMUSCH’S MUSICAL COLLABORATION SQURL
OUT NOW WORLDWIDE ON ATP RECORDINGS




Listen To A Track From The EP “Pink Dust” Now:
http://soundcloud.com/alltomorrowsparties/sq-rl-pink-dust/s-D7qPH
or here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKjDXzEbkf0&hd=1


SQURL have now released their debut EP via ATP Recordings worldwide. Available on deluxe Limited Edition 12-inch Picture Disc vinyl with download (limited to 1000 hand-numbered copies), and Digital Download.

You can buy the 12" online here, buy in person from good independent record stores or download from iTunes.

SQURL are set to play a handful of live dates, some in a split set with Jozef Van Wissem:

May 23 - Kilbi Festival (Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch x SQURL), Switzerland
May 24 - Primavera Barcelona (Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch x SQURL), Spain
June 28 – ATP Iceland

SQURL are: Jim Jarmusch, Carter Logan, and Shane Stoneback. An enthusiastically marginal rock band from New York City who like big drums & broken guitars, cassette recorders, loops, feedback, sad country songs, molten stoner core, chopped & screwed hip-hop, and imaginary movie scores.

SQURL began in 2009 when Jim and Carter teamed with producer/engineer Shane to record some original music for the film THE LIMITS OF CONTROL. Echoing the varied Spanish landscapes captured in the film, the three emerged with a set of slow-motion psychedelic rock’n’roll songs (releasing them as Bad Rabbit).

Following these scoring sessions Jim, Shane, and Carter continued to record new originals while also exploring the back-alleys of American country, noise, and psychedelia. Now having changed their name to SQURL the group has readied a series of EPs of these songs, recorded over a 3- year period by Shane at Treefort Recording in Brooklyn, NY.


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TRACKLIST

01. Pink Dust
02. Dead Naked Hippies
03. Little Sister
04. Some Feedback For Jozef Van Wissem

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