Our latest split is returns to the Pacific Northwest with two exciting psych projects: Natasha El-Sergany's somesurprises, since expanded into a full band for their Doom Trip group debut, and Brenan Chamber's solo vehicle supercandy. Both sides are atmospheric and engrossing, a witches' brew that draws from a variety of influences. While somesurprises offer five tracks with an oblique, almost noirish tint, supercandy follows a similar shade in a more cosmic direction.
"Beautiful music in free fall..." -Lost in a Sea of Sound
"Imagine hearing another person’s dream put to cassette." -Ruix Zine
"...truly a perfect meld of two incredible psych rock projects out of the Pacific Northwest." -Houdini Mansions
"...laden with ghostly soundscapes and mist-inducing reverb." -Infinite Headphones
Featured in Tabs Out Podcast's Top 200 Tapes of 2019
Featured in Houdini Mansions' Favorite 100 Albums of 2019
somesurprises is Natasha El-Sergany
supercandy is Brenan Chambers
Art/Layout by Liz Pavlovic
All songs by Natasha El-Sergany.
Natasha El-Sergany - Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Organ, DR-660
Lori Goldston - Cello
Monika Khot - Backing Vocals, Trumpet ("Bloody Wednesday," "What Makes")
Ambrosia Bardos - Backing Vocals ("Bloody Wednesday")
Aaron Otheim - Piano ("Funny Kid")
Brenan Chambers - Guitar ("Bones")
All songs recorded by Kenneth Piekarski at Weird Signals in Seattle, Washington, except "Free" by Patrick Latham.
All songs mixed by Brenan Chambers, except "Free" by Patrick Latham
All songs written and recorded by Brenan chambers.
Additional guitar on "Huldigen Musik" by Miguel Diaz.