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burnout

I’ve had a bit of a life change recently during and after burning out at my former place of employment. Now that i’m in a better place, I realize that that most of my issues were self inflicted. These tunes were written in response to some hard years working retail. The disrespect, being taken for granted, the despair - I’m sure a lot of you all can relate. I often think it should be mandatory for everyone to work at least one year of retail or food - I think the world would be a better place if we all had this something in common. You realize that the people behind the counter are human, just like you, and that they don’t want to put up with your shit. They do not belong to you - show some respect - especially over the holidays.

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LEO Weekly

Portland

 pay what you want

"A snapshot of urgency in motion."

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TOP SIX in LOUISVILLE / NOVEMBER

FAVORITE RECORDS FROM 2017

Fancy boy

"He takes a lot of risks on the album..."

"...it yields a satisfying reward, unlike much else in the city."

Syd Bishop of never-nervous.com & The LEO Weekly.

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Noah Reed (alto/tenor saxophone)

Robert Bertke (flugelhorn)

Luke Miller (baritone saxophone)

Connor Waldman (trombone)

Patrick Denney (electric bass)

Andrew Sears (acoustic drums) 

Portrait

"Pure pop magic..."

"Each track is fully realized and well considered."

"A study in subtlety and tension, the sort of coiled calm that usually comes with years of experience." 

Syd Bishop of never-nervous.com & The LEO Weekly.

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© 2019 ZACK STEFANSKI