‘Treemausers 7: Radio Heaven’ is a 3 hour nonstop live Peace, Loving variety show performance that aired as part of the ‘Now’s Ours’ program on WZBC. It features skits, PSAs, interviews, live performances, and lots of sound.
Originally released digitally via bandcamp.com, later released as a triple casette with artwork by Kate Lee
Kit Wallach would prefer it if gender were a thing you folded up and put away.
Frankie Greenwood is a tall and flighty man, sometimes-drag-queen, who lives down the street from you. He falls in love easily, resting comfortably in the imagination. He is a construction. So are we all. May we all be so fierce and so patient.
3 French Hens return from a field trip to Hooksett, NH visit to the White Birch Brewery, and host a beer tasting, featuring live improvisations in response to each of three beers: Hooksett Ale, White Birch Dubbell, White Birch Tripel
released 19 May 2011
Matt Samolis, flute
Steve Norton, reeds + percussion
Adam Foam, portable cassette devices and other avenues of manipulation
Special guest: Brian Ellis, poetry/text/ voice/tapes
Carefree Since ’83 is primarily about weather: an almanac of the human body as it absorbs, withstands, and opens to sea breezes, thunderstorms, heat, water, spring. Recorded to 2-inch tape in the coastal town of Weymouth, Massachusetts, the album crackles with glass, mosquitoes, voices of birds, voices of friends, wind-chimes, an old ship-to-shore radio microphone.
Released on CD-R in sewn fabric sleeves printed with artwork by Emilie Selden. Inside the fabric sleeve are chipboard sleeves designed and screenprinted by Gracious Calamity. In early pressings the CDs were printed with a boat image and the name of the band, later pressings were stamped with the name of the band.
Recorded live on 90.3 WZBC 1/17/11 during a three hour peace, loving performance marathon (later released in full as ‘Treemausers 7: Radio Heaven.’ Performing are Kate Lee, Morgan Shaker and Arkm Foam. Mixed by Arkm Foam. Mastered by Shane Myrbeck.
Released on CD-R in chipboard sleeve with yellow paint and glued on googly eyes.
This is Haygun’s debut album on the Whitehaus Family Record, released in Summer of 2009. It is entirely self-produced except for the beat for “1994” which was made by Jimmy Doorlocks. It was originally titled “Some Rap Songs and One Folk Song,” which is a blatantly accurate description. It has an inordinate volume of samples of Tom Cruise talking about Scientology/ masculinity. It also includes the studio version of Haygun’s popular poem “The Sound Guy’s Revenge.” All music was produced exclusively on an MPC 1000.