1. Here’s the video I shot for "No Way To Know What’s Coming".  Inspired by Stephen Hawking and Arthur Rimbaud and recorded with my friends Yellowbirds, Max HartPatrick Hallahan and Brad Bivens.  

    After The Flood, is now available for pre order exclusively thru my online store, on limited first edition high quality 140g vinyl, and your choice of digital formats (FLAC, ALAC, MP3 320, MP3 VBR, or AAC 256).

    I made all of this myself.  Thanks for supporting great music.  

     
     

  2. fallontonight:

    Tonight Show Music Premiere - Guster: “Never Coming Down” 

    We’re kicking off your week with an exclusive listen to a brand new track from Guster called “Never Coming Down” — It’s off their upcoming new album Evermotion, which will be releasing January 13 on Nettwerk Records / Ocho Mule. 

    Check it out, pals! And happy Monday!

    New Guster jam, Never Coming Down, we did with Richard Swift.

     
  3. A Million Miles Away, is the opening track from forthcoming Luke Reynolds LP, After The Flood.  Now available for pre order.

    After The Flood, is the forthcoming album from Grammy nominated songwriter and multi instrumentalist, Luke Reynolds.  

    Featuring members of the bands My Morning Jacket, The War On Drugs, and many more.  

    Visit the new website and online store, which launched yesterday.  

    Thank you for supporting great music.

     
     
  4. Proud to announce, that After The Flood is now available for pre order. Visit the new online store, which launched today. By ordering now, you’ll receive your digital download of After The Flood, on November 18th.

    After The Flood, is the forthcoming album from Grammy nominated songwriter and multi instrumentalist, Luke Reynolds. Featuring members of the bands My Morning Jacket, The War On Drugs, and many more. Recorded in Brooklyn, Nashville and Los Angeles.

    First pressing is limited to 500 copies on high quality, 140g, 12”, black vinyl and includes digital download with each purchase. Digital albums will be delivered via your choice of format: FLAC, ALAC, MP3 320, MP3 VBR, or AAC 256.

    Tracklisting:

    1. A Million Miles Away 

    2. Just A Little Further 

    3. Late At Night 

    4. No Way To Know What’s Coming 

    5. Inside The Light 

    6. Where Does It Go After It’s Gone 

    7. On My Way Back Home 

    8. From The Bottom Looking Up

    Visit the NEW ONLINE STORE now and thanks for supporting great music.

     
  5. Delaunay triangulation.  Reminds me of the ceiling in the dome I grew up in.  

     
  6. Definitely different than the cabin.

     
  7. Finished edits on two more music videos this week and beat it out of Brooklyn late night up to the cabin. Clearing brush. Baking pies. Sturgill Simpson.

     
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  9. Sturgill Simpson NPR interview.  

     
  10. Clarence Carter and his Jazzmaster.  

     
  11. A Million Miles Away video edit.

     
  12. Window curtains in Maine.

     
  13. That’s my old apartment on 277 Henry St where I wrote After The Flood. Second floor, rear studio.

     
  14. Via richardswift: “Having a grand ol time but miss home.” I feel ya dude. Richard Swift photo.  National Freedom. 

     

  15. Via thebooksmusic:

    Hey All,

    Nick here. I originaly wrote this for Impose Magazine, as part of their friends with benefits section. It’s the condensed story of how my wife, Molly, and I built our home in Vermont… I’d like to write about it more, since it was one of the big projects I tackled during the break…

    Nice piece by Nick Zammuto from The Books and Zammuto, on leaving Brooklyn for Vermont, homesteading and building his studio. Heard his new solo album Anchor yesterday at Rough Trade. Blew my mind.