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Axxa/Abraxas - Time Inside (Cassette)

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  1. That context is missing from Axxa / Abraxas, but the record doesn’t suffer without it. It’s worth your time, rest assured. Opener Ryan Michalak (Is Coming To Town) was first released on a cassette at the tail-end of , and presented as part of this collection it sets the tone for the lysergic trip the listener is .
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Axxa/Abraxas - Axxa/Abraxas at Discogs. Complete your Axxa/Abraxas collection/5(18).
  3. Artist Bio: Georgia native Ben Asbury developed his solo music and art project Axxa/Abraxas out of an early foray into obsessive record collection and fascination with music. Drawing on influences rooted in early-’60s psychedelic pop and fuzzy proto-punk sounds, Asbury started recording on his own in college while studying psychology.
  4. Axxa/Abraxas by Axxa/Abraxas, released 30 April 1. Ryan Michalak (Is Coming to Town) 2. Going Forth 3. I almost Fell 4. Beyond The Wind 5. Same Signs 6. So Far Away 7. Ride Into the Night 8. Painted Blue 9. On The Run
  5. All of this has a bearing on the music he makes as Axxa/Abraxas: dreamy, thoughtful, expansive guitar pop that’s rather too lush and developed to pass as lo-fi, but owing much to the genre’s.
  6. Axxa/Abraxas Axxa/Abraxas is the music and art project of Ben Asbury, a 23 year old from outside Atlanta, GA. His experiences as a record collector and music obsessive from a very young age (“I got into punk in the third grade”) are easily evident in his debut release. Axxa/Abraxas, released 30 April 1. Ryan Michalak (Is Coming to Town) 2.
  7. After carting a stack of copies of Axxa/Abraxas' debut cassette, Time Inside, to Wuxtry Records, Asbury says he was heartened by the response he got from the store's clerks ("of course they all knew me, because I spent way too much money on records," he notes).
  8. Family Altar’s “warm, homey, lo-fi sound recalls the early Axxa/Abraxas cassette releases that were rerecorded for ’s self-titled LP,” he writes on his campaign page. “However, this.

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