We Are Temporary
The debut album by We Are Temporary — out 02.19.2016 via Stars & Letters Records.
01. Appalachian Trail
02. Who’s Going To Love Me Now?
03. You Can Now Let Go
04. Machine Love
05. Calling Home
07. Remember Our Light
08. Give Me More
10. Let’s Fall Silent
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My debut We Are Temporary album releases today and it’s my 37th birthday. By any measure, this is meant to be a big day in my life, an important milestone. And yet… it is an oddly [...]
After releasing my debut single and video You Can Now Let Go before the holidays (~20k views on YouTube), I am super excited to be able to share with you today my brand new single Who’s [...]
Man, life is brutal sometimes. If it weren’t for Citalopram, Adderall, my lovely wife and puppy dog, and these wonderful blogs, who’ve so generously featured and written about my new [...]
Hello & hope this little note of mine finds you well and happy :). Today marks a truly special milestone in my life: after years of crying wolf, my debut album, Crossing Over, is not only [...]
We Are Temporary’s bootleg / unofficial remix of the track “For Your Eyes” by Bart Skils (released by Drumcode). If you dig the remix, please support the artist and label by [...]
00:00 // Skinny Puppy – Carry 00:40 // Bart Skils – For Your Eyes (We Are Temporary bootleg) 07:01 // Maceo Plex – Conjure Dreams (We Are Temporary bootleg) 12:05 // Dehousy [...]
“We Are Temporary and Videopunks bring a glitched-out, druggy feel to their respective mediums. The video is warped and mutilated into a dizzying visual maelstrom that’s as unsettling as it [...]
We Are Temporary transforms Kelela’s breakout song “A Message” into a draggy, witchy, trappy, club remix, while Videopunks livens up the original video with old-school, analog [...]
We Are Temporary takes the raw and grimey sound of UK hip hop artists Ruane Maurice, and creates a hopeful, lush, and dream-like rework. Premiere via @ImposeMagazine. Quote from We Are Temporary: [...]
We Are Temporary reworks Empathy Test’s ‘Here Is The Place’ (as featured on MTV’s Catfish). Premiere via Brutal Resonance.
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