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Little Tybee in Raleigh

Little Tybee in Raleigh, NC (Slims, 9/18/13, with Prypyat)    

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Shape Notes

Last month my good friend John Kelso was married to Jessica Harris in a small ceremony at the Holly Springs Primitive Baptist Church in Bremen, Georgia. John is a fantastic photographer from Atlanta. He and Jessica also take part in the tradition of Southern choral singing known as ...

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New Music Video – Jury Duty

Here's a new music video, "Jury Duty" for Little Tybee Jury Duty from Andrew Kornylak on Vimeo. Starting on the set of our last music video, Boxcar Fair, it's a mini-documentary of the 18 ...

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River Whyless – Live in Chicago

Asheville, NC-based indie-folk band River Whyless recently jumped off a US tour with Little Tybee. Their debut album "A Stone, A Leaf, an Unfound Door" is a beautiful piece of work that they recorded in the winter of 2011 on Martha's Vineyard. They spent three weeks in an old ...

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I’ll Go for That

I love music recorded "in the wild." To wit: this Hall and Oates cover by SF-based┬áNicki Bluhm and The Gramblers, recorded in their van  

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Gypsy Boy

Here is another teaser from A FINE LINE Tennessee Climber Jimmy Webb explains how he can spend a whole season working on a climbing objective, come home broke, and still love the "dirtbag" lifestyle of the full-time climber. Boulder, Colorado climber and artist Peter Beal, who narrates much ...

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River Whyless New Album – A Stone, A Leaf, An Unfound Door

I remember the first time I hooked up my violin to an amp when I was in high-school. I played Kashmir about a thousand times, toyed with some Kansas, and that was about it. I'd never play professionally as a classical musician, and it seemed there was no place for ...

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Interview with Musician Brad Senne

photo courtesy Brad Senne Brad Senne's dreamy acoustic track "Drift Gently" is featured in the trailer to our film A FINE LINE. Another great licensing find from Magnatune, Minneapolis-based Senne has been involved in several projects ...

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Interview with Douglas Johnson of Sound of Seventy Three

(c) Dan Depew Atlanta-based Sound of Seventy Three is the one-man cinematic post-rock affair of NY-born Douglas Johnson. So73 is featured many times throughout A FINE LINE which I directed with Josh ...

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Interview with Musician Philipp Weigl

Germany-based musician Philipp Weigl is a composer of ambient, electronic and downtempo music. His track "Save" is featured on my film A FINE LINE, during the "Dream Sequence" where Dave Graham is waking from another freaky dream about Libya and wandering the Idaho wastes looking for rock (was ...

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