Playing live music is our very most favorite thing — keep scrolling or come to a gig to see more! But, we’ve also spent a couple Saturday afternoons in The Proper Way Studios with Scott Rogers, who recorded us live and put all our sounds into the wires and boxes. Now you can take us with you on streaming services: Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, etc.

Or download from our store on Bandcamp; or (best of all) drop in on one of our gigs and buy an old fashioned CD. CDs are also on the rack at Lavender Vinyl in Ogden. Here’s the liner notes for a little more background, song credits, and interesting tidbits alongside a music player so you can follow along as you read.

Live show samples

We’ve started pushing the red button when we’re mixing our own sound at live performances. Here’s a few samples.

Van Sessions

Live recordings captured by the good people at The Banyan Collective during our Van Session. We love what they do and are happy to support them.

Other stuff

Just The Two of Us

Recorded as a sound check at Van Sessions. We snuck this one into the set as an extra.

Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

Our first “pandemic demo,” with all tracks recorded individually and mixed when none of us could actually get together. This tune from Duke Ellington felt like a good fit, as well as a fun challenge to record when we were all under different roofs. It’s not our natural habitat, but we made it work.

I Only Ever Loved Your Ghost

Another cut from our separation during Pandemia. It’s still better to play this live, but we had fun with the mix of this. It’s also easier to hear in your own earbuds than when this song is competing with the din of a crowded bar.

People Get Ready (unplugged)

This is the first mic-check that we did before any of our studio recordings, virtually unplugged, just Caryn at the microphone and Adam at the piano. It’s better when we’re all there and with an audience, but it’s fun to play with the range this song affords, and fun to have this just get created there on the spot.
Caryn in studio. She’s usually in heels for live gigs. (Photo credit: Scott Rogers)